Medical

Newborn Care Learning Hub

About the Course

The hub is a resource that links to micro-learning modules for newborn care and is available to any medical staff caring for newborns.

Around ten modules will be gradually published in 2021, focusing on different aspects of newborn care (from routine care to feeding a sick newborn and more!)

Learning Objectives

At the end of each module proposed in the hub, learners will be able to:

-Evaluate, diagnose and manage the newborn according to the “neonatal care clinical and therapeutic guideline MSF 2021

And will:

-Gain skills and useful tools to improve the newborn care in the MSF health facilities.

List of Contents

List of modules planned for 2021:

-Routine newborn care

-Breathing difficulties

-Danger signs & newborns at risk of sepsis

-Neonatal Infections

-Care of low birth weight babies

-Complications of prematurity

-Hypothermia and skin to skin management

-Breastfeeding and Alternative feeding techniques

-Feeding sick newborns

-Newborn apnea

HOW TO ENROL

Self-enrolment in the Newborn Care Learning Hub.  

CERTIFICATION

No badge or certificate is awarded for enrolling into the Hub.

WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR?

The hub is intended for nurses, midwifes, clinical officers and medical doctors working in MSF and caring for newborn.