Immunisation on Neonatal Units - e-Learning for Healthcare
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  • Thames valley & Wessex Operational Delivery Networks

About the Immunisation on Neonatal Units programme

Immunisation in Neonatal UnitsThis e-learning session has been developed by the Thames Valley & Wessex Neonatal Operational Delivery Network in partnership with Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare (HEE e-LfH). The session aims to support newly qualified/novice nurses, neonatal nurses, and other members of multi-professional teams to achieve knowledge and competence in the administration and management of neonatal immunisations, including vaccination for Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV). The e-learning session will be used as part of a blended learning approach as an adjunct to face-to-face teaching sessions, simulation and scenarios to facilitate reflection and real time feedback.

This session will discuss and review the issues surrounding vaccination of pre-term infants while resident on a neonatal unit. It will discuss issues around who can give consent while the baby is still resident on a neonatal unit, why it is important to administer routine immunisations at the appropriate time and within the schedule and when a delay in vaccination timing may be appropriate.

Meet the team

  • Kim Edwards

    Kim Edwards

    Wessex Neonatal Preceptorship Programme Director, HEE
  • Hannah Stewart

    Hannah Stewart

    Neonatal Home Team Sister, Princess Anne Hospital, Southampton
  • Hayley Taylor

    Hayley Taylor

    Staff Nurse, Princess Anne Hospital, Southampton
  • Helen Bingham

    Head of Knowledge Services and Technology Enhanced Learning, HEE
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    Neha Baj

    Content Development Lead, HEE e-Learning for Healthcare
  • Andi Blackmore

    Project Manager, HEE e-Learning for Healthcare

Thank you

We would like to thank the following for their contribution to the project:

  • Lisa Caldwell – Practice Educator, Neonatal Unit, Royal Berkshire Hospital
  • Tamsyn Crane – Senior Sister, Neonatal Nursing Education, Princess Anne Hospital University Hospital, Southampton
  • Carol Moore – Matron, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Portsmouth Hospitals Trust
  • Kate Graham-Evans – Consultant Neonatologist, Portsmouth Hospital Trust

How to access

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NHS healthcare staff in England

The Immunisation on Neonatal Units programme is also available to NHS healthcare staff via the Electronic Staff Record (ESR). Accessing this e-Learning via ESR means that your completions will transfer with you throughout your NHS career.

Further details are available here.

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Registering large numbers of users

If you are a HR, IT or Practice Manager and would like to register and enrol large numbers of staff within your organisation for access onto the Immunisation on Neonatal Units programme, please contact e-LfH directly.

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