The Brand New Obstetric and Neonatal Quality and Safety Review Program Is Now Available
Get ready with this new robust online program from AWHONN. Through a series of case studies modified from real-life events, interactive knowledge checks, and videos, learners will review quality and safety concepts in the obstetric and neonatal areas.
The immersive four modules included in the Obstetric and Neonatal Quality and Safety Review Program are modeled after NCC’s study guide and includes:
- Explanations of the application of systems thinking when identifying current performance and responding to gaps
- Recommended measures to evaluate cultural changes and safety standards
- Defines the components of a culture of safety
- Discusses the impact of human factors on quality and safety
- Compares the methods and metrics used in quality and safety initiatives
- Choose measures and error prevention strategies to reduce workflow errors
- Distinguish tools for evaluation and dissemination of measures
- Formulate strategies for sustainment and positive change
Nurses developed this course using real-life clinical case study examples to help fellow clinicians review quality and safety concepts, implement and sustain new processes, and provide better outcomes for patients. Learn more during the ONQSR Town Hall
What You Need to Know
Full or student member: $75.00
This special introductory pricing is in effect through June 30, 2022
Contact hours: 4.25 hours (CNE available through 2/28/2025)
Are You Already Certified and Looking to Maintain Certification?
The new Perinatal Safety and Quality Chapter CNE can be purchased separately or with the Obstetric and Neonatal Quality and Safety Review Program and will assist nurses in preparing for the multidisciplinary Obstetric and Neonatal Quality and Safety Certification (C-ONQS) offered by the National Certification Corporation (NCC).
This chapter provides the clinician with information on perinatal quality and safety, including definitions of maternal and infant mortality, causes of increased maternal mortality and morbidity, including racial and ethnic disparities, threats to perinatal safety, and strategies for quality improvement.