Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) - Skills

The NRP program is based on the latest guidelines from the American Heart Association (AHA) and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). Our instructors are highly trained and experienced healthcare professionals who have extensive knowledge in neonatal resuscitation.

Prerequisites: Completion of the Online NRP Advanced Modules, on the RQI Platform Website
Certification Term: 2 Years
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Course Description

The Neonatal Resuscitation Advanced Course may be appropriate for health care professionals who attend births and are responsible for anticipated resuscitation of the newborn with known risk factors and for healthcare professionals who participate beyond Positive Pressure Ventilation (PPV). NRP Advanced is suited for health care professionals who serve as members of the resuscitation team in the delivery room or in settings where complex neonatal resuscitation is required. Please NOTE: NRP Advanced Course may be appropriate for health care professionals in smaller facilities with fewer personnel where most health care professional who attend births or care for newborn are expected to participate in newborn resuscitation.

NRP Advanced providers will be trained in basic and advanced steps of neonatal resuscitation.


Who should take this course?

The NRP curriculum is designed for health care professionals who are involved in any aspect of newborn resuscitation. This includes physicians, nurses, advanced practice nurses, certified nurse midwives, licensed midwives, respiratory therapists, and other health care professionals who provide direct care during neonatal resuscitation.


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