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With the IT sector making rapid strides and ease of availability faster communication tools in hands of health professional, WHO-CC at AIIMS has taken a unique initiative to make available Evidence Based Practices on Newborn Health for various levels of healthcare professionals for Continuous Professionals Development (CPD) / continuing medical education on an interactive e platform. These should not be viewed as courses giving license to health professionals to practice neonatology.

Disclaimer: We have taken utmost effort to ensure that no harm occurs from the application of these protocols. WHO-CC AIIMS however does not take any responsibility for harm or damage to patients, staff, care giver or equipments resulting from misinterpretation or misuse of these resource materials.

What are the benefits of the course?

  • Provides access to teaching by leading Neonatologitsts of Asia
  • Gives opportunity to share knowledge and clinical practices among colleagues in diverse range of clinical settings
  • Learning is flexible with robust modules designed to meet need of Doctors managing sick newborn
  • Attain certificate on successful completion of the course
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Available courses

One will learn evidence based Best Practices for managing sick newborn in Level II SCNU / NICU over a period of 12 week

This online course ( six week) , you will learn best practices for managing sick neonates in Level II facilities (SCNUs/NICU) mentored by team of Neos and Nursing Colleagues .Successful candidates will undergo skill learning for two week in partnering institutions for securing certificate of completion.

This is blended course which will run for six week online followed by observer ship in a active NICU .

One will learn evidence based Best Practices for managing sick newborn in Level II SCNU / NICU over a period of 12 week