An interactive e-learning resource to support a reduction in avoidable admissions of full-term babies to neonatal units to keep mother and baby together.
This e-learning programme will help healthcare professionals involved in the care of newborns, both in the hospital and community settings, to improve outcomes for babies, mothers and families through the safer delivery of care.
It is one of the outputs from the Atain programme (an acronym for ‘avoiding term admissions into neonatal units’) to reduce avoidable causes of harm that can lead to infants born at term (i.e. ≥ 37+0 weeks gestation) being admitted to a neonatal unit.
As the Atain programme also identified the impact of mother baby separation, a specific session has been included to raise awareness of the importance of keeping mother and baby together.
Accessing the e-learning packages for health is easy through the HEE elearning for healthcare portal (elfh). You will need to register using your NMC Pin number.
Please note the iHV does not host the elfh site. If you experience any problems accessing the site, please contact elfh.