In order to strengthen the understanding of the cutting-edge technology of neonatal critical care technology, promote new business and new technology, standardize the process and management of diagnosis, treatment and nursing, and improve the clinical practice ability and level of diagnosis, treatment and nursing of neonatology medical staff, On November 25, the Hubei Provincial Continuing Education Project “Seminar on New Progress in Neonatal Intensive Care” undertaken by the Neonatology Department of the Third People’s Hospital of Hubei Province was successfully held online. A total of more than 300 nursing colleagues from hospitals at all levels in the province participated online.
The opening ceremony of the meeting was presided over by Jiang Chiqiu, director of the Neonatology Department, and Fang Liang, the vice president, delivered an opening speech. We would like to express our heartfelt thanks to you for your long-term support, concern, and care for the construction and development of the hospital. He pointed out that “Neonatal intensive care is a comprehensive multidisciplinary treatment model that began in the 1960s. It provides continuous care, continuous respiratory support and other strong interventions for critically ill newborns with unstable conditions. Make it under full monitoring and improve the quality of life. The holding of this meeting is not only an affirmation of the past decades of nursing experience, but also an exploration of the current professional frontier knowledge of newborns. Through the sharing and exchange of this meeting, it will surely provide Improve the neonatal intensive care technology in various places to provide guidance and promotion, better promote the health of the population throughout the life cycle, and contribute to the construction of a healthy China and a healthy Hubei!”
In this study class, well-known experts from medical institutions such as Tongji Hospital Affiliated to Tongji Medical College of Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Children’s Hospital Affiliated to Tongji Medical College of Huazhong University of Science and Technology, and the Third People’s Hospital of Hubei Province were invited to give lectures. Ding Lingli, Head Nurse of the Neonatal Department of Tongji Hospital Affiliated to Tongji Medical College of Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Huang Yanping, Head Nurse of the Neonatal Department of Children’s Hospital Affiliated to Tongji Medical College of Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Lin Shuanghong, Director of the Nursing Department of the Third People’s Hospital of Hubei Province, and Freshman of the Third People’s Hospital of Hubei Province Wu Xiaofeng, deputy director of the Department of Pediatrics, Fang Pan, head nurse of the Neonatology Department of the Third People’s Hospital of Hubei Province, and other experts gave wonderful lectures, including: prevention and control of nosocomial infection in the neonatal ward, management of central venous catheters in the pediatric ward, and efficient nursing team building Management, post-discharge feeding recommendations for premature low birth weight infants, nursing case sharing of a 29-week-old extremely premature infant with BPD, etc.
The experts gave the students a lot of very specific and practical professional knowledge guidance in terms of nosocomial infection prevention and control, specialized nursing, team building, discharge follow-up, case sharing, etc., from all over the province Participants from medical institutions at all levels were enthusiastic about online learning and actively interacted, and the academic atmosphere of the conference was strong.
Through the training, everyone has a deeper understanding of the cutting-edge trends in the diagnosis, treatment and monitoring of neonatal critical care and new business technologies, and has promoted the diagnosis and treatment of critically ill neonates. The improvement of monitoring technology has also expanded the influence of the Neonatal Department of the Third People’s Hospital of Hubei Province in the province, and further promoted the development of neonatal specialties.