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  • Webinars and Workshops
    >> Training Workshop: >> September 15, 2020 >> Monthly Training & Implementation Webinars: Click the dates below to view the recordings. The recording password is: NAS2018esc >> Wednesday, July 10th, 2019 >> Wednesday, September 25th, 2019 >> Wednesday, August 12th, 2020
  • General NAS Resources
    These resources provide a general overview on NAS. NeoQIC NAS Toolkit (please note this page is password protected. Please email Allie Doyle to get the password) NAS PowerPoint (Elisha Wachman, MD, Boston University School of Medicine) General Care of the Infant with Neonatal Opioid Withdrawal Syndrome on Vimeo (IDeA States Pediatric Network) General NAS Lecture for Residents and Students (Elisha Wachman, MD, Boston University School of Medicine)
  • Team Development Resources
    If you have not yet submitted a team roster form, or if you need to update your roster, please use the form below to do so. We encourage you to consider including all disciplines and representatives from both obstetrics and newborn care. >> PNQIN POP QI Team Roster Form
  • ESC Educational Materials
    These resources provide a broad overview on ESC as well as published literature. They can be used to provide general education on ESC to your perinatal staff. ESC Overview PowerPoint General NAS/ESC Talk (Matthew Grossman, MD, 1/7/17, Yale School of Medicine)**The recording at this link takes several minutes to load. Published Articles about the Eat, Sleep, Console Care Method Grossman et al., A Novel Approach to Assessing Infants with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Wachman et al., Quality improvement initiative to improve inpatient outcomes for Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Grossman et al., An Initiative to Improve the Quality of Care of Infants with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Grossman et al., Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome: Time for a Reappraisal Grisham et al., Eat, Sleep, Console Approach: A Family-Centered Model for the Treatment of Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Blount et al., Reduction in Length of Stay and Morphine Use for NAS With the "Eat, Sleep, Console" Method Minear S., Wachman, E., Management of Newborns with Prenatal Opioid Exposure: One Institution's Journey Achilles et al., A Quality Improvement Initiative to Improve the Care of Infants Born Exposed to Opioids by Implementing the Eat, Sleep, Console Assessment Tool Dodds et al., Successful Implementation of the Eat Sleep Console Model of Care for Infants With NAS in a Community Hospital Parlaman et al., Improving Care for Infants with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome: A Multicenter, Community Hospital-Based Study Published Articles about Family Centered Care Howard et al., Impact of Parental Presence at Infants' Bedside on Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Holmes et al., Rooming-In to Treat Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome: Improved Family-Centered Care at Lower Cost Please also refer to our recent research page for additional articles about NAS or Perinatal Opioid Use.
  • ESC Training Resources
    These resources are intended for providing training to staff that will be participating in ESC assessments and NAS management, including nursing staff caring for newborns and pediatricians managing NAS. ​ >> ESC Training Video >> ESC Training Manual (2nd Edition) >> ESCCare Tool with Definitions (2nd Edition) (February, 2018) >> ESC Care Tool with Definitions (3rd Edition) (April, 2021) >> ESC Inter-Rater Reliability tool >> ESC Newborn care diary >> ESC Written Case 3rd Edition >> ESC >> ESC Simulation Cases with Worksheets
  • ESC Implementation Resources
    Sample Training PowerPoint (From BMC, hospitals can tailor presentation as needed) ESC Healthstream PowerPoint ESC Healthstream Quiz Sample Algorithms and Protocols ESC Newborn Care Diary Epic Tip Sheet
  • Finnegan Symptom Prioritization
    Articles: Holmes et al., Rooming-In to Treat Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome: Improved Family-Centered Care at Lower Cost Tools: Symptom Prioritization Algorithm (Boston Medical Center) NNEPQIN 2015 Symptom Prioritization Recommendations (Dartmouth HItchcock)
  • Montinoring Impact
    These resources are intended to help hospital teams measure the impact of the ESC care tool implementation. For this step, hospitals should participate in the PNQIN REDCap data system. To participate, hospitals will need to have completed the PNQIN Perinatal Opioid Project (POP) QI data use agreement, entered baseline data for 2017, and will need to continue data collection following ESC implementation. ​ >> PNQIN POP QI Initiative Overview >> PNQIN POP QI Initiative Data Use Agreement >> PNQIN POP QI Initiative Data Form >> For further information on the PNQIN POP QI Project visit the project pagehere.
  • Inpatient Resources
    >> PRN Dosing Protocol (Dartmouth-Hitchcock, 2018)

NeoQIC COVID-19 Response

This page includes information around newborn care and NeoQIC activities in the context of the COVID-19 public health pandemic. We will be updating this page frequently as information becomes available.


We will include resources specific to newborn care below.  For additional resources and more information on perinatal care, including materials from PNQIN’s COVID-19 response, please visit the PNQIN page HERE

NeoQIC COVID-19 Webinar: Care of Newborns Impacted by the COVID-19 Pandemic

  • Webinar #1: Wednesday April 8, 2020, 12 pm – 1 pm. To view the slides, click HERE.

  • Webinar #2: Wednesday April 22, 2020, 12 pm - 1 pm. To view the recording, click HERE. To view the slides, click HERE

  • Webinar #3: Wednesday May 6th, 2pm - 3pm. To view the recording, click HERE. To view the slides, click HERE

  • Webinar #4: Wednesday May 20th 1pm-2pm. To view the slides, click HERE

  • Webinar #5: Wednesday, June 10th 2pm-3pm. To view the recording, click HERE. To view the slides, click HERE

  • Webinar #6: Wednesday, June 24th 2pm-3pm. To view the recording, click HERE. To view the slides, click HERE.

Boston Children's Hospital Grand Rounds: COVID-19 Pandemic in Massachusetts: Impact on Newborn Care

Webinar on Monday, November 9, 2020, 12-1 pm.

To view the recording, click HERE for part 1 and click HERE for part 2.

To view the slides, click HERE.

 

NeoQIC COVID-19 Practice Survey Results

To view the NeoQIC COVID-19 Practice Survey results, click HERE

To View the NeoQIC COVID-19 Practice Survey #2 results, click HERE

U.S. National COVID-19 Newborn Care Practice Survey

To view the National COVID-19 Newborn Care Practice Survey results, click HERE.

 

NeoQIC COVID-19 Materials

This page will include resources for the NeoQIC COVID-19 collaborative, including data template and instructions and guidelines and protocols shared by hospitals. Please click HERE to access. 

This page is password protected; contact mgupta@bidmc.harvard.edu for access. 

NeoQIC COVID-19 Data Collection Sign-Up

Please complete the form below to sign-up to participate in the NeoQIC COVID-19 Data Collection. Data form and instructions can be accessed in the Materials page above.

NeoQIC COVID-19 Listserv Sign-Up

Please complete the form below to be added to the NeoQIC COVID-19 listserv.  We will use this listserv to foster communication and discussion related to newborn care issues among our collaborative.

 

 

Newborn COVID-19 Resources

 

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