Neonatal Ventilation - Three day course - 3-5 November 2020
03 - 05 Nov 2020
ONCE WORKSHOPS ARE FULL TO APPLY FOR LECTURES
Please follow the link https://www.cambridgeperinatalgroup.org/courses/neonatal-ventilation-three-day-course-28-30-april-2020-excluding-practical-sessions
THIS COURSE RUNS 03-05 NOVEMBER 2020
Suitable for Neonatal and Paediatric consultants, trainees and nurse practitioners who have a basic understanding of the principles and practice of invasive and non-invasive neonatal ventilation and wish to advance their training in this area.Course is 1-3 days.Day 1 introduces basic concepts of ventilation.Days 2 and 3 deal with more advanced concepts of ventilatory practice.
Lecture and scenario based.
Course Organiser: Dr Gusztav Belteki
"Good course. Teachers demonstrated excellent knowledge, would recommend it! Accommodation was worth the money and Cambridge is beautiful."
"Very well organised course at a great venue. Troubleshooting (simple) problems can be added – for alarms / tubes etc during scenarios. Don’t change the venue!"
- Mask ventilation
- Video Laryngoscopy
- Conventional ventilation modes
- Volume targeted ventilation
- How to read ventilator screens
- Responding to blood gases and emergencies in ventilated babies
- Interpreting chest X-rays
- Echocardiography in ventilated infants
- Disease specific ventilation strategies
- HFOV, HFOV-VG
- Proportional assist and NAVA ventilation
- Practical scenarios
Gusztav Belteki - Cambridge
Rajiv Chaudhary - Cambridge
Anna Curley - Dublin
Theodor Dassios - King’s College, London
Shazia Hoodbhoy - Cambridge
Jackie Hughes - Cambridge
Zoltan Molnar - Oxford
Colin Morley - Melbourne & Cambridge
Rob Ross-Russell - Cambridge
Sandeep Shetty - St George's, London
Yogen Singh - Cambridge
£495.00 (£455 East of England / £300 Addenbrooke's)
For the 3 day ventilation course excluding workshops please click here
Please be advised that your course fee is refundable for up to 14 days following your application. Thereafter course fees are non-refundable.
RCPCH CPD approval has been sought for this course
Pharmaceutical sponsorship has been sought for this course.
This course takes place at:
Clare College Conferencing Centre, Clare College, Queens Road, Cambridge CB3 9AJ
The organisation is one which contracts Clare College for the use of facilities, but which otherwise has no connection or association with Clare College or the University of Cambridge
The course takes place at:
Clare College Conference Centre, Queens Road, Cambridge CB3 9AJ
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