NRP-Toronto On Demand-Private session

NRP sessions can be arranged M-F druring business hours. Call to arrange your private NRP session. 416-488-2064

Weekends and evenings may be available for an additional fee.

We can travel to you within the Toronto area for groups of 4 or more. 

For larger groups we can travel anywhere in Ontario

 

The Neonatal Resuscitation Program is an educational program that introduces the concepts and skills of neonatal resuscitation.

In Canada, NRP is administered by the Canadian Paediatric Society and is designed to teach individuals and teams who may be required to resuscitate newborn babies. NRP course content is evidence-based and is delivered across Canada.

Completion of an NRP course does not mean that an individual is competent to perform neonatal resuscitation.

Becoming an NRP Provider (http://www.cps.ca/en/nrp-prn/becoming-a-provider)

Who can become an NRP Provider?

Anyone who is required to participate in any part of a neonatal resuscitation within their scope of practice may apply to take a course.

The individual should be:

  • A licensed or regulated health professional; or
  • A health professional student; or
  • Be accepted into a course at the discretion of the Provincial Committee in jurisdictions where no official organization regulates or licenses the individual or their clinical role.

To become a registered NRP provider:

Successfully complete the written evaluation and all the performance criteria (Megacode) of the NRP Provider Course to the level appropriate to your need (Basic Modules 1-4 and 9, or Advanced 1-9 with respective Megacodes).

You must also understand the Canadian guidelines and recommendations as they pertain to a provider.

Once your provider course is complete, your instructor must include your name in their course roster and submit the roster to the Canadian Paediatric Society. A new provider card in your name will be sent to the instructor for signature. The instructor forwards your card to you.  This may take up to 6-8 weeks.

Roles and Responsibilities of the NRP Provider:

  • Providers should deliver care according to current national standards of care relevant to their profession and experience, recognizing that NRP is an educational tool and does not imply or regulate clinical competence.
  • Providers are encouraged to review and perform all components of the NRP Course on a regular basis, including new guidelines.
  • Providers should know their own limitations, and seek resources and assistance when required.

 

Course fees are non-refundable except when course is cancelled by ACLS Canada and not re-scheduled.

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