Upcoming Conferences

Introduction to Perinatal and Neonatal Nursing

Legacy Meridian Park Medical Center, 19300 SW 65th Avenue, Tualatin, 97062

Introduction to Perinatal and Neonatal Nursing: Antepartum/Intrapartum/Mother-Baby Care

The Conference is held at Legacy Meridian Park Medical Center at the Community Health Education Center Offered twice yearly as 7 classroom days: 1 four day session + 1 three day session Conference content is grouped for nurses with focus on Labor and Delivery, Antepartum or Mother-Baby Care. Refer to our brochure for a selection of applicable content focus.

February 25-28 & March 9-11, 2020

August 25-28 & September 9-11, 2020

Introduction To Perinatal and Neonatal Nursing: The focus of this program is on the introductory knowledge and assessment skills needed to care for the antepartum, intrapartum and postpartum mother and baby couplet.

This course is designed to provide didactic education and in no way infers competency in clinical practice. NW PRN recommends the use of this program in conjunction with individualized precepted clinical experience according to the requirements of the individual institution.
(see brochure)

Intermediate Neonatal Care

As is happening everywhere, to minimize the spread of COVID-19 and align with current health authority recommendations to initiate social distancing strategies, NWPRN has decided to cancel the Intermediate Neonatal Care conference scheduled for May 5-8, 2020. However, we have rescheduled for Fall 2020. Please contact NWPRN Registrar Sharon Adams if you have already registered for the May dates.

Legacy Meridian Park Medical Center, 19300 SW 65th Avenue, Tualatin, 97062

Intermediate Neonatal Care: Including the S.T.A.B.L.E.® Program

The Conference is held at Legacy Meridian Park Medical Center at the Community Health Education Center

May 5-8, 2020 Canceled

October 5-8, 2020

Intermediate Neonatal Care: The focus of this program is on the introductory knowledge and skills needed for nurses to care for the newborn needing transitional or intermediate level care as well as the late preterm infant.

This course is designed to provide didactic education and in no way infers competency in clinical practice. NW PRN recommends the use of this program in conjunction with individualized precepted clinical experience according to the requirements of the individual institution.
(see brochure)

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