Project ECHO: Newborn Care

All sessions occur on the third Thursday of the month from Noon to 1 pm CST.

Join us for Children’s Hospital and Medical Center Project ECHO: Newborn Care. This Project ECHO series will discuss diagnostic updates and evidence based management of 6 common pathologies in newborns. This information will add confidence in diagnosis and assurance for those providers and clinicians to ensure the best possible treatment options, prevention and timely recognition are utilized. This series is designed for pediatricians, family physicians, and advanced providers and nurses specializing in pediatrics or labor and delivery.

  • August 18 – Neonatal Encephalopathy and Therapeutic Hypothermia
    Presenters: Eric Peeples, M.D. and Kim Marsh, APRN-NP
    Watch Now Initial Assessment & Screening
  • September 15 – Neonatal Opioid Withdrawal Syndrome
    Presenters: Ann Anderson-Berry, M.D. and Sarah Newman, APRN-NP
    Watch Now
  • October 20 – Neonatal Hyperbilirubinemia
    Presenters: Brian Juber, M.D.
    Watch Now
  • November 17 – Respiratory Distress Syndrome of the Term and Late Preterm Infant
    Presenters: David Soffer, M.D. and Shannon Haines, M.D.
    Watch Now
  • December 15 – Neonatal Sepsis and the Sepsis Calculator
    Presenters: Nathan Gollehon, M.D. and Molly Schlegel, APRN-NP
    Watch Now
  • January 19 – Neonatal Hypoglycemia
    Presenters: Nathan Gollehon, M.D. and Amber VanDyke, APRN-NP

Registration Information

Register Here


How to Join?

These sessions will be delivered via Zoom utilizing the link provided below. The same Zoom Meeting ID and Password will be used for all meetings.

Zoom Meeting Link

Meeting ID: 918 2830 1966
Passcode: 123456

Join by phone:
877-853-5257 US Toll-free
888-475-4499 US Toll-free


Questions?

Thank you for your interest in Children’s Project ECHO program. Please contact us with any questions.

Melissa Walker, MS
Operations Specialist
Community Health & Advocacy
[email protected]

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