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Infant Sleep Safety in the NICU: The Successful Transition Home

Infant Sleep Safety in the NICU: The Successful Transition Home

NCC Codes:
RNC-NIC: 2
NNP-BC: 3
RNC-LRN: 2

Infant Sleep Safety in the NICU: The Successful Transition Home - 1.0 CNE

3600 infants die each year in the US before their first birthday due to Sudden Unexpected Infant Death (SUID). It is the leading cause of postneonatal infant mortality and NICU graduates are 2-3 times more likely to die compared to healthy term infants. It is critical for NICU staff to prepare families to maintain a safe sleep environment before and after hospital discharge. In this session we will review safe sleep guidelines and then explore how to apply this knowledge with culturally competent anticipatory guidance. When we are done, you will be better prepared to promote a consistent safe sleep education program for your unit…. Because every family should get to celebrate their baby’s first birthday.

This presentation is supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Pampers - a member of the Procter and Gamble Family.

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Presenter: Michael B. Goodstein, MD

Learning Objectives:
1. Gain knowledge about the AAP recommendations on SIDS risk-reduction
2. Identify barriers and opportunities to promote infant sleep safety in the NICU
3. Utilize communication techniques for engaging families in meaningful conversations regarding infant sleep safety in the home
4. Discuss the importance of developing a consistent infant sleep safety transition program in the NICU

Intended Audience: Infant Sleep Safety in the NICU: The Successful Transition Home is appropriate for all neonatal nurses.

CNE Expiration Date: December 18, 2023




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