A Helping Babies Breathe Master Trainers’ course will be offered as a satellite event to the University of California Global Health Day in Davis, CA. This two day course will take place April 26-27th on the UC-Davis campus. To register for this course, or for more information contact email@example.com. Registration deadline is April 18th, 2014. Space is limited.
In conjunction with the American College of Nurse-Midwives’ Annual Meeting and Exhibition, an HBB Master Trainer course will be offered Tuesday, May 13, 2014 8:15am – 5:45pm in Denver, CO. All registrations are processed through ACNM. Have questions? More information can be found here.
To ensure that all babies are born with a skilled birth attendant present.
Helping Babies Breathe is a neonatal resuscitation curriculum for resource-limited circumstances. It was developed on the premise that assessment at birth and simple newborn care are things that every baby deserves. The initial steps taught in HBB can save lives and give a much better start to many babies who struggle to breathe at birth. The focus is to meet the needs of every baby born.
Helping Babies Breathe emphasizes skilled attendants at birth, assessment of every baby, temperature support, stimulation to breathe, and assisted ventilation as needed, all within "The Golden Minute" after birth.
Helping Babies Breathe is an initiative of the American Academy of Pediatrics and many partners, including the US Agency for International Development (USAID), The Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), Saving Newborn Lives/Save the Children, and the Millenium Villages Project. The curriculum was developed with input from the World Health Organization (WHO). All this is made possible by an unrestricted educational grant from the Laerdal Foundation for Acute Medicine, and support from Latter-day Saint Charities.
We are asking that experienced Master Trainers please share their "Stories from the Field" on our website. Please complete the template located here and return to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. It is an opportunity to share both successes and challenges with colleagues and those interested in learning more about Helping Babies Breathe.