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AWHONN INTERMEDIATE FETAL HEART MONITORING PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES

Dates: March 17-18, 2020

Meets: Tu and W from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM

Location: Hays Medical Center - HR 1

Cost: $300.00

Cancelled: 0

There are 15 openings remaining at this time.

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The Intermediate Fetal Heart Monitoring (FHM) Course is designed to help labor and delivery nurses stay current on the latest best practices.
   
This is an intermediate fetal monitoring course. It is designed for RNs with a minimum of six months clinical labor and delivery experience. This would be equivalent to 50-100 deliveries on a medium sized obstetric unit.
   
At the conclusion of this workshop, the participant should be able to:
   1.Demonstrate the decision-making process necessary for the proper selection and verification of fetal heart monitoring (FHM) techniques.
   2.Analyze-fetal heart rate patterns, uterine activity and their implications for fetal well-being.
   3.Correlate indicated clinical interventions with related maternal-fetal physiology.
   4.Describe the role and responsibility of the professional nurse in the use of FHM in intrapartum care.
   5.Simulate the psychomotor skills used in FHM.
   6.Communicate verbal and written data about patient status and verify accountability.

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This two day workshop earns 18 contact hours and 15.25 CMEs. Offered in a standardized format, the course may be used as a competency assessment to validate the knowledge and skills of experienced nurses. Participants analyze case scenarios using key physiologic principles. Sessions offer demonstration, practice and testing.

This is an intermediate fetal monitoring course. It is designed for RNs with a minimum of six months clinical labor and delivery experience. This would be equivalent to 50-100 deliveries on a medium sized obstetric unit.

OBJECTIVES

At the conclusion of this workshop, the participant should be able to:
   1. Demonstrate the decision-making process necessary for the proper selection and verification of fetal heart monitoring (FHM) techniques.
   2. Analyze-fetal heart rate patterns, uterine activity and their implications for fetal well-being.
   3. Correlate indicated clinical interventions with related maternal-fetal physiology.
   4. Describe the role and responsibility of the professional nurse in the use of FHM in intrapartum care.
   5. Simulate the psychomotor skills used in FHM.
   6. Communicate verbal and written data about patient status and verify accountability.

CNE

Continuing Education credit will be provided through the AWHONN for 18 contact hours.
Fee: $300.00
Hours:18.00

NON-HMC FEE: $300.00

DescriptionAmountFee Expire DateMandatoryMembershipInv/Coupon CodeMember Expire DaysMember Expire DateTypeHide on WebOrder
NON-HMC FEE 300 / / No 0 / / Main No 1
HMC ASSOCIATES FEE 150 / / No 0 / / Main No 2
CAHS 150 / / No 0 / / Main No 3
SRH ASSOCIATES 150 / / No 0 / / Main No 4
GB ASSOCIATES FEE 150 / / No 0 / / Main No 5
DescriptionAmountExpiresMandatoryMembership
NON-HMC FEE 300 / / No
HMC ASSOCIATES FEE 150 / / No
CAHS 150 / / No
SRH ASSOCIATES 150 / / No
GB ASSOCIATES FEE 150 / / No

Fee Breakdown

CategoryDescriptionAmount
Course Fee (Basic)NON-HMC FEE$ 300.00
Course Fee (Alternate)HMC ASSOCIATES FEE$ 150.00
Course Fee (Alternate)CAHS$ 150.00
Course Fee (Alternate)SRH ASSOCIATES$ 150.00
Course Fee (Alternate)GB ASSOCIATES FEE$ 150.00

Hays Medical Center - HR 1

Date Day Time Location
03/17/2020Tuesday8:30 AM to 5 PM Hays Medical Center - HR 1
03/18/2020Wednesday8:30 AM to 5 PM Hays Medical Center - HR 1

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