SimNewB - Helping improve neonatal outcomes
The 2018 AAP National Conference & Exhibition is the most comprehensive pediatric meeting in the world and represents the full spectrum of pediatric medical professionals and decision-makers including pediatricians, young physicians, pediatric residents and other allied health professionals.
The Conference is dedicated to keeping attendees abreast of the latest best practices in pediatrics and provides the biggest selection of pediatric educational opportunities. Join us for the AAP Experience – National Conference and Exhibition and take advantage of the latest pediatric resources and innovations and technologies available to pediatric healthcare professionals in this interactive exhibit.
The American Academy of Pediatrics and Laerdal have collaborated to support neonatal resuscitation education through the combination of education and technology. This ensures standard knowledge, leadership skills, teamwork, and communication abilities are met, leading to competency and the best patient care. Visit us at the NRP® Seminar and learn more about new and innovative products that support the NRP® curriculum.
Being well trained and prepared to respond to serious health issues can mean the difference between a good outcome or bad.
Visit our Product Solution Stations at the NRP Seminar for interactive hands-on skills stations. Practice your skills using the latest neonatal training solutions:
SimNewB is a newborn tetherless simulator co-created with the American Academy of Pediatrics, designed to help improve neonatal resuscitation and to meet the specific learning objectives of neonatal resuscitation protocols. Focusing on the first 10 minutes of life, SimNewB provides realistic training for critical interventions such as lung recruitment maneuvers and advanced airway management.
Laerdal Global Health
For each birthing simulator purchased through Laerdal Medical for use in high-income countries, a second one is being donated to support the Helping Mothers Survive initiative in low-income countries. The gifted simulators are used for implementation of the Helping Mothers Survive Program in 40 countries.
For more information on the programs and products, visit www.helpingmotherssurvive.org