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Neonatology - Singapore Neonatal Resuscitation Course

I About The Programme
II Target Audience and Eligibility Requirements
III Other Information


I About The Programme

Name of Programme

Singapore Neonatal Resuscitation Course

Overview

Our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is the largest facility in Singapore that treats premature babies and infants, including those referred from other hospitals.

KKH has one of the lowest mortality rates in the world, at 1.99 per 1,000 live births. This outcome has been made possible by close coordination between our perinatal and neonatal teams to manage high-risk pregnancies and deliveries and extend timely and advanced neonatal care to the newborn.

For more information on the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) and the services they offered, click here.

Aim of Programme

To give hands-on training regarding assessment of a newborn infant depressed at birth and teach them the sequence of resuscitation.

Duration of Programme

1-6 months (variable depending on the funding from the home country)

Number of Training Places

15 places are available for each intake.
There are three intakes each year – first week of May, August and November.

Content Areas

  • Causes of asphyxia neonatorum
  • Equipment needed for resuscitation
  • Bag and mask ventilation
  • Cardiac massage
  • Endotracheal intubation and IPPR
  • Hands-on practice using baby mannequin

Training Methods

  • Lectures on neonatal resuscitation and neonatal asphyxia.
  • Hands-on practice using baby mannequin

II Target Audience and Eligibility Requirements

Target Audience

Paediatricians, nurses in nursery care, special care and delivery rooms, and paramedics.

Pre-requisite/Eligibility Requirement(s)

Candidates must be a medical, nursing or allied health staff who are residents or citizens of Singapore.


III Other Information

Course Fees

Course fee will be determined upon application.

Funding

Self-funded.

Certification

A formal certificate signed by the Head of Department and trainer.