PARROT Maternity and Neonatal Care

Program Information
Category PARROT Rural and Remote
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Number of Courses: 6

PARROT Maternity and Neonatal Care

Synopsis

These courses that provide information on the provision of care to pregnant women and neonates presenting to clinics in rural and remote and isolated communities. The courses are designed for non-specialist health professionals working outside of the tertiary hospital setting.

Program Overview

Need help or more information, contact the PARROT team

Email     RRCSUOnlineEd@health.qld.gov.au
Phone    07 4226 3009 or 07 4226 3039
Web       https://www.health.qld.gov.au/rrcsu/html/parrot-online-education

Courses in Program

Category PARROT Rural and Remote

(17-PARROT-C MC52 Neonatal Stabilisation 2019

This course provides general guidelines for the assessment and stabilisation of babies in the post-resuscitation / pre-transport period. The level of support required will be dependent on the clinical condition of each individual baby.
01/01/2019 - 31/12/2019
Category PARROT Rural and Remote

(16-PARROT-C) MC51 Imminent Birth 2019

The Imminent Birth Education program is designed to provide non-midwives in rural and remote facilities with basic knowledge, skills and confidence to assist women who present when birth is imminent. It is aimed at an introductory level to assist when midwifery expertise is unavailable. It is not intended to teach advanced skills.
01/01/2019 - 31/12/2019
Category PARROT Rural and Remote

(18-PARROT-C) MC53 Neonatal Resuscitation First Response 2019

NeoResus is a specialised training program that standardises newborn resuscitation teaching in Victoria and other areas of Australia. It consists of two skills based, teamwork focused training programs: First Response (half day) and Advanced Resuscitation (full day) workshops.
01/01/2019 - 31/12/2019
Category PARROT Rural and Remote

(19-PaRROT-C) MC54 Neonatal Resuscitation Advanced 2019

NeoResus is a specialised training program that standardises newborn resuscitation teaching in Victoria and other areas of Australia. It consists of two skills based, teamwork focused training programs: First Response (half day) and Advanced Resuscitation (full day) workshops. Target Audience: Clinicians working in rural and remote and isolated practice settings required to resuscitate neonates.
01/01/2019 - 31/12/2019
Category PARROT Rural and Remote

(20-PARROT-R) MC55 DTP for Midwives 2019

This resource is for midwives to enable them to meet the criteria for practice under the Drug Therapy Protocol—Midwives (DTP:M), if they have been identified by their employer’s DTP:M procedure as required to do so.
01/01/2019 - 31/12/2019

(21-PaRROT-C) MC56 Neonatal Retinal Imaging

The eLearning module is part one of the Retinal imaging in the neonatal setting course and pre-requisite to hands on training and subsequent hospital credentialing.
Starts: 17/09/2019