Pediatric and Neonatal Transport Considerations for the Emergency Nurse Webinar

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Pediatric and Neonatal Transport Considerations for the Emergency Nurse
10/13/2021 at 12:00 PM (CDT)   |  60 minutes
10/13/2021 at 12:00 PM (CDT)   |  60 minutes Children are not small adults, and neonates are not small children. A knowledge of developmental and physiological differences is essential when providing stabilization and facilitating inter-facility transport for the pediatric patient. This session will provide an overview of concepts important in the care of pediatric patients and illuminate how emergency nurses can assist in optimizing the transfer process.
Pediatric and Neonatal Transport Considerations for the Emergency Nurse
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Pediatric and Neonatal Transport Considerations for the Emergency Nurse Certificate
1.0 CEU credit  |  Certificate available
1.0 CEU credit  |  Certificate available Pediatric and Neonatal Transport Considerations for the Emergency Nurse Certificate

Children are not small adults, and neonates are not small children.  A knowledge of developmental and physiological differences is essential when providing stabilization and facilitating inter-facility transport for the pediatric patient.  This session will provide an overview of concepts important in the care of pediatric patients and illuminate how emergency nurses can assist in optimizing the transfer process.

Jessica Strohm Farber

DNP, CPNP-AC, CCRN, CFRN

Jessica has spent her career in various nursing roles in the pediatric intensive care unit, emergency department, neonatal intensive care unit, and during pediatric and neonatal critical care transport.   She earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing as well as a Master of Science in Nursing in the Pediatric Critical Care Nurse Practitioner Program at the University of Pennsylvania.  In 2010, she earned a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) from Case Western Reserve University, focusing her DNP work on transport triage.   Jessica is currently employed as a pediatric critical care nurse practitioner at a free-standing children’s hospital that is a level 1 trauma center.  In addition, she is the program director of both a pediatric acute care nurse practitioner program and neonatal nurse practitioner program where she enjoys training the next generation of nurse practitioners. 

In addition to clinical and academic roles, Jessica teaches emergency medical services providers as well as transport providers about pediatric care.  She has lectured regionally and nationally on various clinical topics and has taught clinical workshops, certification courses, and continuing education courses for clinical providers.  Jessica has also published on various pediatric topics and has contributed to several textbooks.  Her goal is to impact the outcomes of pediatric patients by educating those who will care them at their times of greatest need. 

Provider approved by the California State Board of Nursing, Provider # CEP17490 for 1 continuing education credit

This course is - Clinical / Accredited

  • Identify developmental and physiological differences in neonates and children that may be important in their stabilization and transfer.
  • Review principles of stabilization and preparation for safe and efficient transport of neonates and children.
  • Explain stressors of transport and aspects of the transport environment that are important to neonatal and pediatric transport care.