AIIMS-WHO CC ENBC – Learners guide for bedside newborn nursing


Learners guide for bedside newborn nursing

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WHO-CC AIIMS with the help of nursing colleagues and neonatologist from SEARO region came out with Essential Newborn Nursing for Small Hospitals with limited resources. The participatory learning tool can be accessed at newbornwhocc_org . The core contents are based on current evidence based practices advocated by WHO HQ (PCPNC Guidelines for Health Workers, World Health Organization 2010) and experts’ opinion. The same is converted as “Aide Memoire” for healthcare professionals on smart phones. Modules have undergone pilot testing among nurses and doctors. The feedback suggested has been incorporated. We would welcome suggestions for further improvement.

Disclaimer: We have taken utmost effort to ensure that no harm occurs from the application of these guidelines. WHO-CC AIIMS however does not take any responsibility for harm or damage to patients, staff, care giver or equipment resulting from misinterpretation or misuse of these resource materials.

Note: The application of guidelines has to be learnt with Certified Trainers in a competency based programme spread over a period of three days, which includes using wall charts, guidance notes, Demonstration on models, AV videos, return demonstration and feedback to learners pfor skills.

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