Looking for discussion around next steps, action items or plan for upcoming projects/implementation? Want to discuss implementing ESC at your facility? Want to discuss how to pick a screening tool, how to transition from finnegan to eat, sleep, console, order set changes, or policies updates?
Register for the upcoming PQCNC clOUDi Working Group meetings. These meeting sare divided by facility size though all are welcome at any meeting. And remember, these are working group meetings - please be prepared to talk and, where possible, to join us on video see we can see you!
May Working Groups
May 12 2021 12:00 - 1:00 PM
A working group meeting for clOUDi teams from facilities with 1001 to 2999 deliveries per year
May 19 2021 12:00 - 1:00 PM
A working group meeting for clOUDi teams from facilities with more than 3000 deliveries per year
June Working Groups
June 2 2021 12:00 - 1:00 PM
A working group meeting for clOUDi teams from facilities with less than 1000 deliveries per year
On March 3, 2020 at the RPC Learning Sessio we discussed the intricacies of fetal monitoring - how we utilize it, how we interpret it and how we can improve that process. Teams had the opportunity to network with members from hospitals of similar sizes to discuss strategies and resources to enhance the fetal monitoring process.
Carolinas HealthCare System Blue Ridge has started a family-centered approach to treating opiod-addicted babies called Eat, Sleep, Console (ESC).
This model uses the best care options for baby by giving the family ways they can help their baby.
The family share their story of how they found compassion and understanding at Blue Ridge.
NAS / NOWS:
(The following two videos include detailed information about NAS and appropriate care of and intervention for the infant and family, including developmental and child health outcomes, screening, non-pharmacologic and pharmacologic treatment, evidence-based treatment for women with opioid addiction, and strategies for working with families challenged by addiction.)
Eat Sleep & Console: