CG149 Antibiotics for early-onset neonatal infection: educational slide set
This educational slide set and notes for presenters provides a framework for discussing the NICE guideline. It is primarily intended for those who are responsible for developing policies and protocols for the care of babies who are at risk of, or who have, suspected or confirmed early-onset neonatal infection. However, if you are facilitating education and learning sessions for those responsible for caring for babies who are at risk of, or who have, suspected or confirmed early-onset neonatal infection, you may find some or all of slides meet the needs of the group.
The slide set presents the key messages from the guideline and rationale for recommendations. The slide set can also be tailored for local audiences and circumstances. This slide set contains hyperlinks on slide 8 to allow you to view tables 1 and 2. To use the hyperlinks, when in slide show mode, ensure the mouse cursor has turned to a hand before activating the hyperlink.
Please note that the slide set contains key messages – it does not cover all the recommendations.
The presentation includes a post education session quiz. This is available in word format with a question and answer sheet.
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This page was last updated: 21 August 2012