Improve coordination of care
Reduce infant mortality and morbidity through effective stabilization
Improve the quality of life for infants and their families
Healthcare professionals are highly trusted by the public, so when parents anticipate a birth, they expect their newborn baby will be perfectly safe and well. In the U.S., over 68,000 infants are transported each year and 23,000 infants die, with 50% due to prematurity. Without access to vital neonatal education, care is likely to be inconsistent or uncoordinated, leading to an increased risk of mistakes and poor outcomes.Contact Us Today
With the flexibility to access the program online, your entire perinatal staff can reinforce their knowledge and critical thinking skills through a dynamic, case-based learning experience. S.T.A.B.L.E., a global leader in neonatal education, used to only leverage variable live instruction over a one- to two-day period. Today, everyone can learn the same material directly from Dr. Kris Karlsen in only 5.5 to 6 hours online. Using high impact educational design, such as an online neonatal hospital to simulate evidence-based practice, your staff will be equipped to provide safe and effective care to infants and families.
Ensure staff provides an organized approach to infant stabilization
Reinforce critical thinking skills in neonatal care
Promote a safe, evidence-based work environment
I actually really like it and found it to be extremely user friendly. To me, the material was presented in that you could easily follow and learn from it. The videos and case studies also only heightened the learning experience. I'm excited to see it get utilized!
I absolutely LOVE LOVE LOVE the eLearning program. I did not think you could out-do your previous program, but you have! It is phenomenal.
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It is estimated that 15 million infants are born preterm every year, with more than 500,000 in the U.S. alone. They require specialized care provided by clinical staff with proven, standardized training to ensure the best outcomes. Properly performed stabilization care directly impacts the immediate health of the infant as well as the long-term outcome.
S.T.A.B.L.E. is the most widely distributed and implemented infant pre- and post-resuscitation stabilization program worldwide. Dr. Karlsen’s vision is for every member of the perinatal healthcare team to participate in the S.T.A.B.L.E. Program, the foundation for an organized approach to infant stabilization and care. Her mission is to provide effective, evidence-based education to help reduce infant mortality and morbidity, improve neonatal outcomes, and improve the quality of life for infants and their families.
The program targets the first month of life and teaches both normal and abnormal characteristics of the newborn. Previously available only as live, instructor-led classes, HealthStream now offers the flexibility to access the program online. In less time, even more perinatal caregivers can be educated directly by Dr. Kris Karlsen through a standardized, yet dynamic learning experience.
S.T.A.B.L.E. is an industry-leading, evidence-based program with more than 600,000 professional alumni worldwide. Learn how it can transform your team’s ability to accurately monitor and care for infants, improving their quality of life.
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