View Closeness and Separation Photo-projectWe asked mothers from different countries to send us a picture from their time in the NICU and tell us what was special about it. This video is an assembly of their pictures and words that we put together to remind us, on World Prematurity Day, what is important to parents. View on our facebook page www.facebook.com/pg/EarlyBabies/posts
Foundation Toolkit for Family Centred Developmental Care: FINE Level. Dates for 2018Family and Infant Neurodevelopmental Education (FINE): Level 1.
This 2 day course covers the scope of family and infant centred developmental care and the evidence that supports it. The FINE programme integrates 6 themes that support neuroprotective and relationship based care: developmental theory, observation of babies, family participation, reflective practice, systems organsiation and evidence based practice. These themes are woven into topics that are the basics of neuroprotective care such as brain development, behavioural observation, sleep protection, attachment, feeding, sensory and motor development, stress and pain. Presentations and workshops encourage interactive learning and a beautifully designed course handbook is provided.
For information and application forms for this event please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
This course has been accredited by the Royal College of Nursing and is endorsed by the NIDCAP Federation International. It is supported by Bliss in the UK and by the EFCNI in Europe. Currently course fees are £300 per person, with 40 the maximum number.
Dates and locations coming up in 2018 are;
February 12-13: Manchester. Contact: Training@bliss.org.uk
March 6-7: Bristol. Contact: email@example.com
April 2018: London: Contact: Training@bliss.org.uk
May 7-8: Sheffield: Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Practical Skills for Family Centred Developmental Care: FINE Level 2. Dates for 2017-18Family and Infant Neurodevelopmental Education (FINE) Level 2. This intermediate level course follows on from the Level1; Foundation Toolkit, which applicants must have completed to be eligible for Level 2. "Practical Skills" is suitable for all neonatal professionals. After an introductory study day participants follow ten weekly work plans, each of which involves an observation exercise in the neonatal nursery and reflective writing that is sent to an assigned mentor to review. Site assessment tools are provided for evaluating practice. After completion of the coursework the group meet again for a seminar and evaluation process. A high quality printed work book is provided .
As with Level 1, this course is accredited by the Royal College of Nursing, endorsed by the NFI, and is supported by Bliss and the EFCNI. It has received high levels of interest worldwide and is now licensed for Sweden, Denmark, France and the Netherlands, and is also running in Ireland, Germany, Belgium, Greece and New Zealand.
Novemeber 21st, 2017: Bristol. Contact: Louise.Gould@UHBristol.nhs.uk
February 27th 2018: London. Contact email@example.com for further information.