- Health professionals working in low resource countries
Work through the module at your own pace.When you have completed the module, you can return at any time to re-review any of the sections.
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How to use this page
You will find the course content below. This Neonatal eLearning Programme for Myanmar eLearning has 11 steps:
1-10) The elearning package
11) The post-course evaluation form
Once you have completed the eLearning package, a ‘Mark complete‘ button will be available. Click this button to complete the section.
Next, complete and submit the post-course evaluation form, and click the ‘Mark complete‘ button
Once all steps have been completed, a downloadable certificate of completion will be issued on the page.
If you have any questions, please contact the RCPCH Learning team
About the online learning
The aim of the course is to give you the knowledge and ideas to help you take good care of every baby you see, whether they are well and strong, or sick or very small.
The emphasis is on simple measures which safeguard vulnerable babies and give them the best possible start, but later modules will take you into the more complex diagnoses and treatments undertaken in more advanced neonatal units.
The course stresses throughout the importance of involving the parents in the care of their baby, and giving them the confidence and knowledge to cope well when the baby goes home.
The early modules are relevant for any healthcare worker who is involved with mothers and babies, whether a midwife, nurse, primary healthcare worker or doctor.
Later modules cover the care of a baby in the neonatal unit, and will be of interest to nurses and doctors working there or rotating through as part of their training.
Feedback and contact
If you wish to provide any feedback or would like to know more about the programme, please contact the team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This learning package has been developed as a collaboration between doctors and nurses in Myanmar and the UK.
This learning package is part of a longstanding partnership between RCPCH and UNICEF Myanmar. We thank them for their generous support.
Dr Jean Bowyer
RCPCH Global Consultant Advisor
This package has been developed by a collaborative team of Burmese and UK clinicians.
Creation and review log
|Launch date||August 2023|
As of 1st September 2016 the Revalidation and CPD team of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health no longer allocates a number CPD credits to courses or events. The removal of credits associated with events allows delegates to record the educational benefit of the activity through written reflection, in contrast to quantifying the significance based on the time duration of the course. This is in accordance with changes made to the CPD Scheme guidelines published in April 2016.
Detailed information and scheme guidance can be found on the RCPCH website
When recording the activity, delegates should focus on the reflection and detail the following:
- What did you learn?
- What effect has/will the learning had/have on your current practice?
- What further learning or action, if any, is needed as a result of the original learning activity?
Should you have any questions regarding the removal of credits, please feel free to contact the CPD team
If you use the RCPCH CPD Diary, you can click here to visit the diary and record your learning: Log your learning on the RCPCH CPD Diary
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