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aEEG ON-LINE Training Course:

A Clinically-Focused Training for NICU Nurses and Neonatologists.

Do you feel clueless when it comes to using your hospital’s aEEG monitor?
Do you feel alone and like you have no support?
Do you constantly fear making a mistake?

Master Neonatal aEEG effortlessly and affordably!

Get support when you need it!

Build your clinical competence and confidence surrounding the daily, clinical uses of neonatal aEEG in the NICU!

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3-Minute Preview Class – How does EEG become aEEG?

With this 8-week ON-LINE Training Course your team can master bedside brain monitoring effortlessly and affordably, without traveling to conferences or reading a pile of books!

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Features included:

SIX one hour teaching modules
SIX post-tests to validate learning
Bonus Sessions
ONE year license to watch recordings (available 24 hours a day)
Free ON-GOING Support for one year
Private Facebook group for extra discussion
Nursing CE contact hours are included – Click here for details

Module 1:

aEEG – What is it? When to use it? and on Who?

A review of EEG terminology and aEEG processing.
aEEG – What it is, what it isn’t!
Beyond HIE and Cooling – When to go find your aEEG monitor.
Tick-tock, tick-tock – How long should you monitor with aEEG?
Avoid the most common mistakes when writing your clinical protocol.

Module 2:

Dividing Up the Workflow of aEEG – From Application to Documentation

Discussion of the five roles and responsibilities of aEEG in the NICU.
The five most critical considerations for optimal sensor selection.
aEEG Sensor application tips and tricks.
How to use my quick step approach for complete documentation.
Talking with parents about aEEG.
Billing for aEEG – Myth or Reality?

Module 3:

aEEG Interpretation – Term and Preterm Infant Considerations

A quick and easy approach to aEEG assessment.
Pattern recognition versus voltage limits – which is best?
Basic features of premature infant aEEG tracings.
Significance of inter-burst intervals.
aEEG assessment scales in the literature.

Module 4:

The Significance of Sleep, Symmetry, and Stability

The significant and identification of Sleep-Wake Cycling.
Common Causes of aEEG Background Asymmetry.
Implication of Short and Long-Term Stability of aEEG patterns.

Module 5:

Pitfalls of Seizure Detection and Common Artifacts

The basic features of seizure recognition on EEG and aEEG.
Limitation to using aEEG for seizure detection.
Don’t be fooled – Common artifacts and interference revealed.
Seizure detection algorithms – current and future option.
Subclinical seizures: “To treat or not to treat?” That is the question.

Module 6:

Cooling, Surgery, and Other Special Circumstances

The importance of EEG/aEEG during therapeutic hypothermia.
Considerations for the peri-operative neonate.
Pre-Op baseline monitoring with aEEG.
Correlation to MRI findings and long-term prognosis.
Using aEEG for rare neonatal conditions.

Enrollment is now open!!

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Individuals can choose Full-Payment or Payment Plan options.

Group Discount for 5+ participants.

Continuing Education Information:

 This course has been approved for 8 contact hours of continuing nursing education by CA BRN CEP #15417 (gRN NICU Consulting, Inc).

Click here for CNE requirements, course learning objectives, refund and access policies.

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Creator of Your aEEG Coach – Kathi Salley-Randall, Neonatal RN, MSN, CNS, NNP

Who is your aEEG coach?

Kathi Salley Randall, RN, MSN, CNS, NNP is your aEEG Coach. She has been a NICU professional for 20 years and an international educator of aEEG for nearly a decade. Kathi has long been recognized world-wide for her efforts to help others become expert users of aEEG. Through
affiliations with medical device companies and Universities, Kathi has visited and taught at more than 100 NICUs in the US, Canada and beyond.

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