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Management Of Term Newborn Babies With Hypoglycaemia

Management Of Term Newborn Babies With Hypoglycaemia

Management Of Term Newborn Babies With Hypoglycaemia

Deborah Sharp MSC, PGCHE, RM, FHEA  and Jane Hawdon
Deborah Sharp MSC, PGCHE, RM, FHEA and Jane Hawdon
on behalf of Health Education England

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Launch date: 14 Jun 2018
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Last updated: 15 Jun 2018

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Description

This session looks at the prevention, identification and management of term babies with hypoglycaemia.

Objectives

By the end of this session you will be able to:
• Explain the normal physiology of blood glucose metabolism in the newborn
• Discuss the management of term low risk babies and those who are reluctant to feed
• Identify babies at a higher risk of developing hypoglycaemia
• Define what management plans should be put in place for babies at risk of hypoglycaemia
• Signpost parents on how to recognise the early signs of hypoglycaemia
• Explain when babies should be admitted to Neonatal Unit
Deborah Sharp MSC, PGCHE, RM, FHEA  and Jane Hawdon

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Deborah Sharp MSC, PGCHE, RM, FHEA and Jane Hawdon
on behalf of Health Education England

Deborah Sharp MSC, PGCHE, RM, FHEA -
Senior Midwifery Lecturer, University of Hertfordshire

Deborah qualified as midwife in 1995, a Supervisor of Midwives in 2012 and in 2016, joined the University of Hertfordshire as a Senior Midwifery lecturer. In 2017, following completion of the Post Graduate Certificate in Higher education she became a fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a registered teacher with the Nursing and Midwifery Council.

In 2015, Deborah was elected as the Maternity Chair for the Hypoglycaemia working group, NHS Improvement Patient Safety programme to reduce admission of term babies to neonatal units. Deborah has extensive clinical and leadership experience in all areas of midwifery, roles have included a Delivery Suite Coordinator, Infant Feeding lead and Quality and Governance lead in an acute trust and recently moving into midwifery education. Deborah has specialised in infant feeding, clinical risk, governance and audit and has an emerging national profile with publications, posters and conference presentations. Professional Interests include the development of positive parent - child relationships, infant feeding and quality improvement to improve the quality of care and outcomes for all mothers and babies.

Deborah is especially proud of leading an acute trust to achieve full UNICEF Baby Friendly accreditation in January 2015. Recently she has been extensively involved in the development and roll out of one of the first Professional Midwifery Advocate bridging courses for the Midwifery A-EQUIP model.


Jane Hawdon -
Consultant Neonatologist and Responsible Officer at Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

Dr Jane Hawdon’s postgraduate medical education was in Newcastle upon Tyne and Liverpool, including a 3 year PhD programme investigating neonatal metabolic adaptation. She has remained a nationally and internationally recognised expert in this topic, in particular the inter-relationship with infant feeding, and has written and spoken widely in the subject.

Dr Hawdon became a consultant neonatologist in 1994, and has held leadership roles in women’s and children’s health. She is now consultant neonatologist and Responsible Officer at Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust.

Dr Hawdon is also a qualified coach and facilitator within the NHS. She is a member of the board of trustees of the charity Bliss, has been a member of a number of NICE clinical guideline development groups, and chaired the hypoglycaemia working group of the NHS Improvement Patient Safety programme to reduce admission of term babies to neonatal units.

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  • Health Education England
  • 0.75 Units -
    Exam Pass Rate: 60

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