Champlain Maternal Newborn Regional Program

Late Preterm Infant, Ottawa
This program is intended for interprofessional health care providers.

CMNRP partner organizations benefit from special registration fees

 

You qualify for a partner rate if you are an employee of one of the organizations below: 

 

FOUNDING PARTNERS:

If you are an employee (e.g. RN, RPN, RT, SW) currently working in the Birthing Unit, the Mother-Baby Unit or the SCN/NICU of CHEO, The Ottawa Hospital or Kingston General Hospital. 

 

If you are an employee of one of these hospitals but currently working on another unit or department, you qualify for a Hospital Partners rate.  Partner fee - $195.00

 

 

HOSPITAL PARTNERS: 

If you are an employee of the following hospitals:

 

Almonte General, Brockville General, Cornwall Community, Hawkesbury and District General, Montfort, Pembroke Regional,  Perth & Smiths Falls District, Queensway Carleton, Quinte Health Care, Winchester District Memorial.   Partner fee - $195.00

 

 

COMMUNITY PARTNERS:

If you are an employee of the following:

Ottawa Public Health, Carlington CHC, Centretown CHC, Somerset West CHC; or the Ottawa Birth and Wellness Centre.

Partner fee - $195.00

 

 

OTHER STAKEHOLDERS:

If your organization is not a contributing partner of CMNRP, or you are not an employee of the organizations mentioned above. (e.g. resident, midwife, physician, student).

Other Stakeholders fee - $250.00

 

 

We will be corresponding by email. Please ensure you type in the correct address.

Date
Thursday, December 5th, 2019
Location
CHEO
401 Smyth Rd.
Ottawa, ON
K1H 8L1
W1305/07, 8:30-4:30
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Registration Deadline
Sunday, December 1st, 2019
Event Description

Target Audience: Hospital and community interprofessional health care providers of infants born between 34 and 37 weeks gestation.

 

The Late Preterm Infant workshop is designed to review the challenges and special needs of infants born between 34 and 37 weeks gestation, and the related interventions and clinical implications. Interactive discussions and case-study applications are integrated in the workshop day.

 

Objectives:

  • Identify the physiologic challenges faced by the late preterm infant
  • Describe appropriate interventions for these challenges with a focus on:

Thermoregulation

Hypoglycemia

Hyperbilirubinemia

Sepsis

Respiratory Issues

Feeding Issues

  • Discuss care at home including information for parents
Contact & Support

Ariane Cloutier, acloutier@cmnrp.ca.  Tel. 613-737-2660 x 2660

Agenda
8:30am - 4:30pm
Late Preterm Infant
Cancellation &
Refund Policy

Cancellation less than 2 weeks prior to the workshop will be subject to a $50 administration fee.

 

 

 
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