CJFHC Events

Preconception Peer Educator Training - A Healthy Baby Begins With You - March 27, 2019

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HOPE, 8 Lafayette Street, New Brunswick/NJ ()

Attend a one on-campus training to become a certified Preconception Peer Educator.

The U. S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Minority Health Resource Center, a nationwide service of the Office of Minority Health (OMH), launched the Preconception Peer Educators (PPE) Program as part of the "A Healthy Baby Begins with You" campaign. The goal of this program is to raise awreness about preconception health, health disparities, and provide students with the tools to educate their community.

Free Event | Seats Remaining : 10 | Total Capacity : 20 |

Preconception Peer Educator Training - A Healthy Baby Begins With You - March 13, 2019

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Attend a one on-campus training to become a certified Preconception Peer Educator.

The U. S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Minority Health Resource Center, a nationwide service of the Office of Minority Health (OMH), launched the Preconception Peer Educators (PPE) Program as part of the "A Healthy Baby Begins with You" campaign. The goal of this program is to raise awreness about preconception health, health disparities, and provide students with the tools to educate their community.

Free Event | Seats Remaining : 0 | Total Capacity : 40 |

AWHONN Intermediate FHM Course - March 20 & 21, 2019

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Monmouth Medical Center-Unterberg Learning Center, 300 Second Avenue, Long Branch, NJ 07740 (US)

This intermediate course focuses on applying essential fetal heart rate monitoring theory and skills in intrapartum practice. Participants must attend both days.

Day One

Participants will analyze case studies and use a physiologic-based approach to interpret fetal monitoring data.

Day Two

Participants will attend skill stations offering demonstration, practice and testing in auscultation, Leopold’s Maneuvers, insertion and placement of an intrauterine pressure catheter and fetal spiral electrode, interpretation of tracings and identification of communication, documentation, and nursing interventions.

Paid Event | Seats Remaining : Unlimited |

AWHONN Advanced FHM Course - March 8, 2019

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The Advanced FHM Course is a one-day workshop focusing on the application of advanced fetal heart monitoring knowledge and skills in intrapartum nursing practice. The content presented in the workshop builds upon the essential knowledge and skills gained through the Intermediate Course.

This course uses a case study approach focusing on analysis of complicated FHM characteristics/patterns and related case information, and emphasizes:

  • Underlying maternal-fetal physiology
  • Instrumentation
  • Interpretation
  • Intervention
  • Verbal and written communication skills

Expected Level of the Learner

It is expected that the participant already have basic knowledge and skills in the following areas:

  • Maternal physiologic changes of pregnancy
  • Fetal growth and development
  • Methods of fetal monitoring
  • Preparation of patient for set-up and initiation of external or internal fetal monitoring components
  • Obtaining and maintaining tracings that document fetal heart rate and uterine contractions
  • Interpretation of uterine contraction frequency, duration, and baseline resting tone
  • Identification of the baseline fetal heart rate, variability and deviations
  • Indicated clinical interventions
  • Communication and documentation strategies
Paid Event | Seats Remaining : Unlimited |

AWHONN Intermediate FHM Course - April 25 & 26, 2019

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CJFHC North Brunswick Office, 2 King Arthur Court, North Brunswick, NJ 08902 (US)

This intermediate course focuses on applying essential fetal heart rate monitoring theory and skills in intrapartum practice. Participants must attend both days.

Day One

Participants will analyze case studies and use a physiologic-based approach to interpret fetal monitoring data.

Day Two

Participants will attend skill stations offering demonstration, practice and testing in auscultation, Leopold’s Maneuvers, insertion and placement of an intrauterine pressure catheter and fetal spiral electrode, interpretation of tracings and identification of communication, documentation, and nursing interventions.

Paid Event | Seats Remaining : Unlimited |