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AWHONN Intermediate Fetal Monitoring Course

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AWHONN Intermediate Electronic Fetal Monitoring Course

CONTACT HOURS

11.25 Contact Hours

This course is designed for perinatal nurse who previously completed a basic fetal monitoring course and clinical training in the labor and delivery setting. (It may be used to support preparation for certification examinations). 

This course has pre-course work that MUST be done midnight the entire previous day before your scheduled in person class. The instructions are in the front of your required Awhonn student materials. The required pre-course work will take approximately 3.5 hours to complete.

 The required online prerequisite learning content includes the following: 

  • Assessment

  • Interpretation

  • Techniques in electronic fetal monitoring 

  • Videos on FSE, IUPC, Leopold Maneuvers, and Intermittent Auscultation 

  • A brief post‐test 

 

The Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses is accredited with distinction as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Accredited status does not imply endorsement by AWHONN or ANCC of any commercial products discussed/displayed in conjunction with the educational activity. AWHONN is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider #CEP580

COURSE

FEES

In person ONLY One Day Course Details

Registration is non-refundable but can be transferred to the next available course only . Cancellations must be done in writing 48 hours before the course, or all fees are forfeited and classes cannot be rescheduled. Disputing a transaction as fraud will result in legal action from our attorney. 

ALL COURSES ARE IN PERSON (PER AWHONN) LOCATED IN ATLANTA, GEROGIA 830-430pm EST, FEE $250. Please respectfully allow 24-48 hours for registration to process. You will receive a confirmation letter during that time, otherwise your PayPal receipt is feedback you paid and are registered.  

New One Day FORMAT!!!

Course Date: November 14, 2022 (Monday) In-person 

Workshop #: 000W2230891

 

Course Date: December 15th, 2022 (Thursday) In-person

Workshop #: 000W2230892

Course Date: February 15, 2023 (Wed) In -person

Workshop #: 000W2234090 

 

Course Date: March 22, 2023 (Wed) In-person 

Workshop #: 000W2234091

 

Course Date: April 27, 2023 (Thurs) In-person 

Workshop #: 000W2234092

 

Course Date: May 17, 2023 (Wed) In-person 

Workshop #: 000W2234093

 

Course Date: June 29, 2023 (Thurs) In-person 

Workshop #: 000W2234094 
 

1 DAY

COURSE

Course Objectives

Assess EFM tracings utilizing NICHD terminology
 

Interpret EFM tracings, analyze uterine activity, and discuss contractions’ impact on fetal oxygenation
 

Describe clinical interventions and the related maternal-fetal physiology
 

Effectively communicate patient data through verbal and documentation methods
 

Describe roles and responsibilities of health care providers when using FHM in intrapartum care

REQUIRED

RESOURCE

Preparing for Your In-Person Course

 

REQUIRED RESOURCE: AWHONN Intermediate Course Student Pack from Kendall Hunt ISBN printed book 979-8765725-702 or the digital version of the required material is available at the same price of $135 (S &H), that ISBN 9798765715239. Call 1-800- 228 -0810 or click here to order, the specific workshop numbers are above. The pre-course work takes about 3.5 hours to complete (see above for specific details on required learning).  This work MUST be completed 2 days before the course, to attend the in-person component of the course. 

Recommended reference for all AWHONN courses:

The textbook Fetal Heart Monitoring Principles & Practices 6th Ed, is the primary reference for course preparation. The book is a valuable resource even after the program for you and your colleagues. The book can be purchased on the Awhonn's site $64.95 (digital)/$76.95(hardcopy) click here to order AWHONN - Product Details  it includes information about:

 

  • Physiologic basis for fetal and uterine monitoring

  • Interpretation of fetal heart and uterine patterns

  • Physiologic interventions for fetal tracing characteristics and patterns

  • Assessment of fetal oxygenation and acid-base status

  • Antenatal testing methods

  • Clinical communication and documentation

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