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In-Person Master Class August 10-12, 2018

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LIVE MASTER CLASS with Mary Coughlin, MS, NNP

 

Summerlin Hospital Medical Center, Las Vegas, NV                 August 10-12, 2018

 

This workshop will:

  • Introduce the concept of trauma-informed, neuroprotective care for hospitalized newborns, infants and families;
  • Present evidence-based best practices to ameliorate and mitigate the trauma experience;
  • Coach and mentor participants in the development of effective transformation strategies that will provide measurable results for infants, families and clinicians.

This interactive and experiential workshop employs a tribe learning framework to ensure participants feel included, appreciated, and respected for their differences, are actively involved in their own learning and receive positive input and support from their peers ensuring the collective success of the entire tribe.

As a product of tribe learning, participants will choose accountability partners to support their ongoing success beyond the master class setting.

 
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This workshop is presented by Mary Coughlin, MS, NNP, RNC-E, the internationally recognized expert in the field of trauma-informed care for hospitalized newborns, infants and families. Ms. Coughlin has mentored close to 10,000 interdisciplinary NICU clinicians from over 14 countries to transform the experience of care for the hospitalized infant and family in crisis.

 

Continuing education credits for nurses are available

 

CONTENT OUTLINE

Friday August 10th

1200-1245: LUNCH

1245-1400: The Science of Quality Improvement

  • How to make change
  • How to test change
  • How to sustain change

1400-1415: BREAK

1415-1500: Developmental Care Survey Results

  • Review collective results
  • Identify opportunities for improvement
  • Prioritize opportunities for improvement

1500-1530: Wrap-up

  • Questions
  • Answers
  • Action Plan

0830-0900: Welcome Coffee

0900-1030: Early Life Adversity and the Neonatal ICU

  • What is early life adversity?
  • What does early life adversity look like in the NICU
  • What are the short-term and long-term implications of early life adversity

1030-1045: Bio Break

1045-1200: Quality Measures for Trauma-informed, Neuroprotective Care

Today's session is awarded 4.75 contact hours in accordance with 244 CMR 5.04 Massachusetts Board of Registration in Nursing. 
  • The Healing Environment for the infant, the family, and the staff
  • Pain & Stress for the infant, the family, and the staff
  • ADLs for the infant, the family, and the staff
  • Protected Sleep for the infant, the family, and the staff
  • Family for the infant, the family, and the staff

Sunday, August 12th

0830-0900: Welcome Coffee

0900-1030: Activities of Daily Living – Posture, Ingestion, Skin Care

  • Evidence-based best practices
  • The Good, the Bad and the Ugly in clinical practice
  • How to make it better

1030-1045: BREAK

1045-1215: Family Collaborative Care

  • Evidence-based best practices
  • The Good, the Bad and the Ugly in clinical practice
  • How to make it better

1215-1300: LUNCH

1300-1345: Pulling it all Together

  • Habits of Improvers
  • What can I do tomorrow - Low hanging fruit

1345-1400: Wrap up

  • Questions
  • Answers
  • Next Steps

Saturday, August 11th

0830-0900: Welcome Coffee

0900-1030: Pain & Stress – Prevention, Assessment and Management, The Role of Family

  • Evidence-based best practices
  • The Good, the Bad and the Ugly in clinical practice
  • How to make it better

1030-1045: BREAK

1045-1215: The Optimal Healing Environment – Physical, Human, Systems

  • Evidence-based best practices
  • The Good, the Bad and the Ugly in clinical practice
  • How to make it better

1215-1300: LUNCH

1300-1430: Protected Sleep

  • Evidence-based best practices
  • The Good, the Bad and the Ugly in clinical practice
  • How to make it better
Sunday's session is awarded 4 contact hours in accordance with 244 CMR 5.04 Massachusetts Board of Registration in Nursing. 

1430-1445: Bio BREAK

1445-1515: Group Share of Improvement Strategies

1515-1530: Wrap-up

  • Questions
  • Answers
  • Action Plan
Saturday's session is awarded 5.25 contact hours in accordance with 244 CMR 5.04 Massachusetts Board of Registration in Nursing. 

BONUS FEATURES

Participants will receive an evidence-based tool kit which will include a practice audit, sample algorithms, competencies, parent teaching sheets and more.

Each represented facility will receive 3 follow-up coaching calls to support plan testing, practice improvement implementation, and abstract/manuscript development.

Each participant will automatically become a member of The TRIBE: an international group of like-minded, heart-centered professionals who are passionate about being the change for their patients, their families and themselves!


Single Day Registration Fee = $130.00

Full Workshop Registration Fee = $297.00