Helping Babies Breathe:
Master Trainer Course
MedGlobal Day Conference
Helping Babies Breathe (HBB), an educational program using basic interventions to provide newborn resuscitation, has been developed to reduce preventable newborn deaths. HBB is an inter-agency evidence-based educational program developed by the American Academy of Pediatrics and global partners to teach neonatal resuscitation techniques specifically for resource-limited settings. It is a global curriculum based on adult learning theory, incorporating simulation and paired learning. Implementation of HBB has been shown to reduce neonatal mortality and fresh stillbirths in resource-limited settings. HBB courses are taught as Master Trainer (MT) courses, meaning upon course completion, course participants are capable of teaching how to teach HBB, as a “train-the-trainer” model.
Are you a nurse, midwife, medic, doctor, or student of these disciplines? Would you like to join the MedGlobal team by bringing lifesaving neonatal care to needy places around the world?
Then join our first HBB Master Trainer course April 18&19, 2020 in Washington DC, led by Master Trainer, Harriet Hawkins, RN, Resuscitation Educator, Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, and our diverse team of Master Trainers.
Location: Washington DC (exact location TBD)
Time: 8am-5pm both days
Cost to participate: $300*
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