Workshop Overview

STABLE

The Perinatal Education Program is pleased to present

S.T.A.B.L.E.

Assessment and Stabilization Care of Sick Newborns

Post-Resuscitation & Pre-Transport

 January 27 & 28, 2018

Dr. F. H. Wigmore Regional Hospital
Moose Jaw, SK.

Target audience

Anyone who is required to participate in neonatal stabilization activities within their scope of practice may apply to take the STABLE course.  The individual should be a licensed or regulated health professional (or student) such as physician, nurse, midwife, respiratory therapist or paramedic.

Workshop Overview

This is a two day workshop for caregivers providing post-resuscitation and pre-transport care to sick newborns.

S.T.A.B.L.E

The S.T.A.B.L.E. Program is designed to provide important information about neonatal stabilization for maternal / infant health care providers in all settings - from community hospitals and birth centers, to emergency rooms and more complex hospital environments.

STABLE organizes this information using a mnemonic to assist with retention and recall of stabilization activities that are critical for the post-resuscitation/pre-transport care of sick infants. STABLE Improves patient safety for infants by:

(a) standardizing processes and approaches to care

(b) encouraging teamwork

(c) identifying areas where medical errors can occur

(d) reducing and eliminating preventable adverse events

Pre–workshop Preparation

A  S.T.A.B.L.E. Program Learner’s Manual and Pre-Test will be distributed to registrants prior to the workshop for pre-study.  The 40-question, multiple choice Pre-test is completed and submitted to the Course Leader at the course.

Although not a requirement, it is highly recommended that participants take the Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) course prior to taking STABLE.  The NRP provides learners with essential knowledge of immediate interventions required in resuscitation of the neonate.

Registration Information

Registration fee $425.00 (includes the STABLE Learner Manual, booklet of colour slides for Physical & Gestational Age Assessment Modules and other materials for the 2-day workshop. Participants have the option to pay a reduced fee to cover the workshop only if they have access to the STABLE manual and do not need to purchase a personal copy. Please register at least 2 weeks prior to the course to allow for shipping and review of the Manual and to complete the Pre-test.

Registration Fee:  $351.50 (No GST)

Manual Fee: $70.00 + GST

REGISTER AND PAY ONLINE HERE

This link will take you to the University of Saskatchewan Health Sciences Continuing Education Group Portal.  Once you log-in as a returning registrant or are set-up as a new registrant, you will be taken to the main page listing all the activities being hosted by the Health Sciences Continuing Education Group.  Scroll through the list of events to find the course and proceed to register.

Click Here to go to the Registration Page

Click Here to Download the Poster

This is not a Certification Program
At the completion of this course participants will receive a Completion Card from the STABLE Program.  This in no way implies clinical competence in the content area, but indicates the participant has completed the course as outlined.

Study Credits:

Family Physicians completing the pre-course reading and participation in the STABLE Workshop can log-in to the College of Family Physicians website with two (2) options for credit: 1)  Complete and submit an “Individual Consideration Form” outlining their participation in the course or; 2) Submit their participation as a component of a ‘Linking Learning to Practice Activity”.

Specialist Physicians with the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada can use their participation in this course as a component of a Personal Learning Project (PLP), defined as “A personal learning project (PLP) is a self-initiated learning activity that is stimulated by a question, issue or dilemma in your professional practice.”

Nurses in Canada, can log their course time as part of their provincial regulatory body’s continuing competency requirements.

Midwives in Canada, can log their course time as part of their provincial regulatory body’s continuing competency requirements.

This course consists of 12.75 educational hours (exclusive of pre-workshop preparation reading the STABLE course manual and completion of the Pre-test).  

Saskatchewan Medical Association (SMA) Education Bank

Up to three thousand dollars ($3000.00) of fees for recognized continuing medical education (CME) activities can be recovered each year by Saskatchewan physicians from the CME fund as managed by the SMA.

For information regarding this course and other programs offered by the Perinatal Education Program:

Roxanne Laforge, RN, MS
Coordinator
Perinatal Education Program
Continuing Medical Education, College of Medicine
Continuing Education & Development for Nurses, College of Nursing
University of Saskatchewan

Phone: (306) 966-7792
roxanne.laforge@usask.ca

PAYMENT, CANCELLATION AND REFUND POLICY

Please note that we accept payment only by credit card or institutional/company cheque payable to the University of Saskatchewan. Registrations will not be processed until payment is received.

Refund policy: Cancellations must be received in writing (mail or e-mail) to conference.events@usask.ca by January 12, 2018 and will be subject to an administration fee of $60.00 + GST plus the cost of STABLE Manual ($70.00 + GST). Refunds will not be considered after January 12, 2018. Continuing Medical Education cannot accept registration substitutions. The University of Saskatchewan, Division of Continuing Medical Education reserves the right to cancel the course due to insufficient registration or circumstances beyond our control. Each registrant will be notified with a full refund following. Continuing Medical Education, College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan is not responsible for any other costs including, but not limited to, airline or hotel penalties.

Presented by:

CME_CEDN

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