Innovation through Interprofessional Collaboration: The Ties That Bind (12th Annual Methodist Research Day)
To provide opportunities for professional growth and evelopment that enhance excellence in nursing and healthcare, promotes interprofessional collaboration, and optimal patient outcomes in a healthy work environment.
Electronic Fetal Monitoring Certificate of Added Qualification Exam Review
This program is designed as a review for licensed health professionals with experience in fetal monitoring interpretation who are interested in taking the certificate of added qualification for electronic fetal monitoring offered by the National Certification Corporation (NCC).
Cervical Ripening and the Induction/Augmentation of Labor
This program will provide information about the safe nursing care of the woman receiving cervical ripening and/or induction and augmentation of labor.
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Multidisciplinary Case Studies in Electronic Fetal Monitoring
The purpose of this program is to enhance the skills of health professionals in the area of electronic fetal monitoring interpretation in order to provide appropriate & safe interventions in the obstetric setting.
Basic Electronic Fetal Monitoring
This program is for the novice health professional working with obstetric patients and the program provides the basic principles and concepts in the physiology of fetal monitoring through documentation.
Legal Issues and Risk Reduction in Intrapartum Care: A Case Study Approach
Obstetric Nurse Fellowship
This program is to provide a forum that increases knowledge related to nursing care of the obstetrical patient.
This purpose of this program is to provide guidelines for the assessment and stabilization of sick infants in the post-resuscitation/pre-transport period.
This program will provide information about caring for families and infants born with Down syndrome.
Adoption in 2016
This program will provide information about adoption history, adoption laws, and adoption language in the 21st century.