Ever have a hunch that something is wrong with a newborn in your clinical arena? Understanding the impact of maternal risk factors on neonatal health outcomes allows clinicians to have a heightened awareness for subtle changes in newborn clinical status. Integrating Neonatal Early Warning Criteria into standardized documentation protocols provides a visual representation of the clinical changes that may present prior to deterioration.
Catherine M. Hill, MSN, FNP-BC
AWHONN, Senior Director of Nursing Education, Research, and Practice
Jennie Ragan BSN, RN, RNC-NIC, CLC
Nursing Professional Development Specialist within the Department of Women’s Health at Yale New Haven Hospital
November 2, 2021
Nursing Contact Hours:
1.25 nursing contact hours (CNE available through 11/2/2024)
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