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CoNP Launch Webinar, August 15th 2023

  • Hema Magge, Senior Program Officer, Newborn Health-Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

  • David Gathara, Health Systems Researcher LSHTM/KEMRI Wellcome Trust

  • Edith Gicheha, Clinical Training Director, NEST 360

  • Michelle Acorn, Chief Nursing Officer, International Council of Nurses

  • Helga Fogstad, Executive Director of PMNCH

  • Sue Prullage, Director of Nursing Education COINN

  • Carole Kenner, CEO COINN

  • Karen Walker, President COINN

Thermoregulation Webinar with Joyce Jebet & Megan Watts

This webinar is for bedside nurses and anyone else that wants to attend. The Webinar will discuss thermoregulation for the sick and small newborn. Practical tips will be given for the use of the incubator and plastic wrap.

Head to Toe Neonatal Assessment in French and English


Marx Lwabanyaa Medical Doctor, General practitioner with Master in Healthcare Leadership. His research focuses on initiating neonatal care in limited resource settings.

Geralyn Sue Prullage, DNP, APRN, NNP-BC, a certified neonatal nurse practitioner with over 40 years of experience.

Assessment Outline: Download

Assessment Outline in French: Download

YouTube links: Download

Neonatal Tracheal Intubation" by Lindsay Johnston for OPENPediatrics

This instructional video developed in collaboration with INSPIRE will discuss the indications and contraindications for tracheal intubation, review pertinent airway anatomy and equipment used, and demonstrate the steps required to successfully perform tracheal intubation. Additionally, potential complications, appropriate aftercare, and common pitfalls will be discussed.

Respiratory Assessment" by Brienne Leary for OPENPediatrics

In this video, Brienne Leary, RN, demonstrates how to perform a pediatric respiratory exam, reviews respiratory considerations for the intubated patient, and explains how to monitor a patient's respiratory status.

Respiratory Distress in the Newborn" by Megan Connelly for OPENPediatrics

In this video, the viewer will learn the differential diagnosis for newborn respiratory distress, and the epidemiology, pathophysiology, presentation, diagnosis, and management of its most common etiologies.

LearningRadiology 18 (Neonatal Lung Disease)


Step-by-step we cover the pathophysiology of persistent pulmonary hypertension of the newborn (PPHN), as well as its diagnosis, and treatment. We cover echo findings, iNO, Oxygen, pre and post-ductal sats and supportive strategies.

Meconium Aspiration Syndrome - Tala Talks NICU

Why do babies with MAS get so sick? Learn who gets MAS, when they get it, why they get so sick, and how we treat MAS.

What do the numbers on a ventilator mean? Part I- Tala Talks NICU

Learn the four basic concepts of breathing (negative vs. positive pressure, oxygenation, ventilation and compliance) in a VERY easy to understand way. Then part II will be a natural progression- applying these concepts to a conventional ventilator. In part III we'll go over gases, and adjustments we'd make on ventilators.

Ventilator settings made EASY - Ventilator 101 Part 2 - Tala Talks NICU

In part I you learnt PIP, PEEP, rate, and compliance. Now let's apply those to the ventilator- in addition to I time (Time) and pressure support. Learn which (and why) parameters change oxygenation and ventilation. If you get this lecture, you'll be well on your way to understanding gases.

Truly UNDERSTAND blood gases! Interpretation of blood gases PART I.

WHY are blood gases so helpful? What is the pH (and what do we accept in newborns)? And what is a normal PC02 level? What about a PO2 level? What's the difference between the oxygen saturation and the PO2? LEARN ALL THIS AND MORE!

INTERPRET a sample Blood Gas - LET'S REVIEW - Tala Talks NICU

WHY are blood gases so helpful? What is the pH (and what do we accept in newborns)? And what is a normal PC02 level? What about a PO2 level? What's the difference between the oxygen saturation and the PO2? LEARN ALL THIS AND MORE!

What causes Neonatal Pulmonary Edema - NICU Nuggets - Tala Talks NICU

Learn the 3 different mechanisms that can result in pulmonary edema!

Cardiovascular Assessment" by Brienne (Johnson) Leary, RN, BSN, CPON, CCRN

Learn to assess a pediatric patient’s cardiovascular status and perform a detailed physical exam with a focus on cardiovascular status.

Clinical Presentation of Congenital Heart Disease: Murmurs" by Michael Freed, MD

Clinical Presentation of Congenital Heart Disease: Arrhythmias" by Michael Freed, MD

This video reviews the presentation of congenital heart disease in the first week of life and focuses on the identification of common neonatal murmurs that are associated with congenital heart disease.

Clinical Presentation of Congenital Heart Disease: Congestive Heart Failure" by Michael Freed, MD

Clinical Presentation of Congenital Heart Disease: Cyanosis" by Michael Freed, MD

Dr. Michael Freed gives an overview on how cyanotic congenital heart disease presents in the first week of life.

Fetal Circulation" by Lisa McCabe, for OPENPediatrics

Learn about the anatomy and physiology of fetal and postnatal circulation.

What ACTUALLY causes that fluid build-up??!!

When is a puffy fetus called hydrops? Why does the fetus become edematous? What are all the conditions that cause hydrops? Learn all this and a lot more in part I of our hydrops series.

What is a normal blood pressure for a neonate? - NICU Nuggets - Tala Talks NICU

What is a normal BP for a premature infant? When should we treat low blood pressures? Why is a low blood pressure concerning? Watch this video and learn these answers!

PDAs: STEP-by-STEP explanation- Tala Talks NICU

Everything you need to know about PDAs explained so you will understand and retain the information forever! Anatomy, physiology, signs and symptoms, echo and Xray findings and then treatment and management strategies.


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