Keeping babies with their mothers after birth is an undisputed national goal. Neonatal Transitional Care is an increasingly important concept whereby babies with additional care requirements are supported to stay with their mothers as opposed to being admitted to a neonatal unit. Implementing Transitional Care has the potential to prevent thousands of avoidable neonatal admissions, reduce length of stay and prevent readmissions through parental empowerment and proactive risk identification.

The Learn Sharen Care Initiative is a team made up of midwives, doctors and neonatal consultants all keen to provide Transitional Care training to as many midwives as possible. We have been delivering Neonatal Transitional Care Study Days for over 5 years, equipping you with all the knowledge and skills you need to keep these babies safe.

The conference would be suitable for Midwifes, midwifery support staff and nursery nurses.

Our next one day virtual study day will be 19th June 2024. Keep an eye out for face-to-face study days later this year!”

Date: 19th June 2024 ( virtual conference)

Registration Fee : £50

Programme:

09:00- 09:15 Introductions​

09:15-10:00 Neonatal sepsis and sudden collapse in a neonate ​

10:00 – 10:45 First on scene to a sick postnatal baby simulations​

10:45 – 11:00 Tea Break​

11:00 – 11:45 Paediatric problems in postnates – what to look for​

11:45 – 12:30 Jaundice recognition and management​

12:30-13:15 Lunch​

13:15 -14:00 Feeding and neonatal hypoglycaemia ​

14:00 -14:30 NG tube insertion and troubleshooting​

14:30 – 14:45 Tea Break ​

14:45 -15:30 Management of late preterm babies and thermoregulation ​

15:30  – 16:00 Identifying the deteriorating neonate and SBAR handovers ​

16:30-1700 Expert panel Q&A session and summary of the day

 

Dr Sunit Godambe, Co-Lead and Facilitator

Full Biography here: Dr Sunit Godambe (imperial.nhs.uk)

 

 

Ross Holloway, Paediatric Registrar, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

I am a Paediatric Registrar working in North West London with neonatal experience across multiple central London NICUs

 

Dr Siddharth Agrawal, Senior Clinical Fellow Neonatology  (MBBS, MD)

I am a senior clinical fellow in neonatology working at Queen Charlotte and Chelsea Hospital and have many years of experience in tertiary neonates both in India and UK

 

Lisa Cole, Nurse & Midwife, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

I’ve been a registered practicing Nurse for 8 years and Midwife for 24 years. I am a NIPE practitioner and mentor to students and junior colleagues.

 

Jessica Collier, Professional Development Midwife, Queen Charlotte’s & Chelsea Hospital, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

I am a Practice Development Midwife working at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust with experience in transitional care, safeguarding and vulnerable women.

Dr Ioana Gozar – Specialty Doctor in Neonatology (MD)

I am a SAS doctor with many years of experience in the field of Neonatology.  I have completed my postgraduate training in Neonatology in 2006 in Romania and I am working in the Neonatal Units at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust since 2009.

Cynthia Henry, Senior Registered Midwife, Queen Charlotte & ChelseaHospital

Senior Registered Midwife at Queen Charlotte and Chelsea Hospital  who is actively involved in promoting of Transitional Care.

 

Dr Yury Petrunin, Senior Specialty Trainee, St Thomas’ Hospital

I am a senior specialty trainee in neonatology currently based at St Thomas’ Hospital NICU. I have experience working at Queen Charlotte and Chelsea Hospital, Royal London Hospital, Great Ormond Street Hospital, Queen’s Hospital and London Neonatal Transfer Service.

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