About the Class
In this lecture, Karen sheds light on the most common failures and misconceptions that come up in neonatal resuscitation. She explains the key failures as well as the key components to successfully breathing for a newborn.
Karen has accumulated over 900 hours of case reviews surrounding neonatal resuscitation. She focuses on what gets missed, what is misunderstood and the role that fear and panic plays. You’ll leave this lecture feeling a new sense of clarity and deep confidence in how you respond to babies at birth.
Karen H. Strange is a Certified Professional Midwife (1996), American Academy of Pediatrics/Neonatal Resuscitation Program Instructor (1992). She is founder of the Integrative Resuscitation of the Newborn workshop, which includes the physiology of newborn transition, the evidence-based studies having to do with neonatal resuscitation, and the “when, why and how” to do neonatal resuscitation in the least traumatic way.
She incorporates the baby’s experience of birth and tools for healing when things do not go as planned. Karen has done over 900+ hours of debrief/case reviews regarding resuscitation. She has taught over 8,500 people worldwide.
Required donation: $45
Once you have enrolled in the class you will receive the recording by email.