About the Course
From soon after birth, all newborns should be assessed for the presence
of danger signs that may indicate serious illness requiring prompt management.
Babies should also be screened for risk of neonatal sepsis and hypoglycaemia.
By taking this module, you would be able to:
- Identify a newborn with serious abnormalities or danger signs,
- Assess and manage a newborn at risk of neonatal sepsis,
- Assess and manage a newborn at risk of hypoglycemia.
List of ContentsTheory:
- Recognising danger signs in a newborn
- Risk factors for early onset of sepsis
- Risk factors for hypoglycaemia
- Management of hypoglycaemia in newborns
Application / 3 case studies
Summary / Learning points /Job aid
ESTIMATED TIME TO COMPLETE THE COURSE
WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR?
The module is intended for nurses, midwives, clinical officers and medical doctors caring for newborns in MSF projects.
HOW TO ENROL
To access this eLearning module, you need first to enrol in the Newborn Care Learning Hub then select the module and enter the enrolment key.
After completing the module and answering the final quiz with at least 80% correct responses learners are entitled a Tembo completion badge and a certificate.
We recommend printing out the job aid and using the neonatal guideline during the module.