Pediatric Updates: Primary Care: Newborn Care and Derm Hot Topics
Babies, breastfeeding, bed bugs and more! This module zeroes in on two key areas of primary care: general newborn care and frequent dermatology concerns. Learn more about newborn topics including hip dysplasia, skin-to-skin care, safe sleep, SIDS, umbilical cord care, birth injuries, group B strep infections, and fostering a breastfeeding-friendly office practice. Dermatology topics include infantile hemangiomas, melanocytic nevi, tattooing and piercing, atopic dermatitis, bed bugs, and pediatric cellulitis.
For CPNPs, NPs or those familiar with Primary Care scope of practice. Appropriate for APRNs.Are you a CPN? This advanced practice module is unable to be used for Certified Pediatric Nurse (RN) recertification. View Content Outline
7.5 NAPNAP CE contact hours of which 1.0 contains pharmacology (Rx) content, (0 related to psychopharmacology) (0 related to controlled substances).
Answers are due 150 days from order process date.
What references are included?
13 online PDF articles or web resources (included/provided) to support answering all 39 questions.
The following reference used in this module is also used in our Primary Care 2018 Current Concepts module: Feldman-Winter L, Goldsmith JP, Committee on the fetus and Newborn, AAP Task Force on Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. Safe sleep and skin-to-skin care in the neonatal period for healthy term newborns. Pediatrics. 2016;138(3).
This was one of the most clinically useful modules I've done in a long time.
As a primary care provider this was perfect for me! Thanks!
Q. Which of the following infants have a PRIMARY indication warranting an orthopedic referral to evaluate for potential developmental dysplasia of the hip? SELECT TWO (2) A. newborn with positive Ortolani test B. 1 week old with asymmetric hip abduction C. 2 week old with hip click but no instability D. 4 month old with limited hip abduction