Tiny Humans, Big Lessons: An Interview with Sue Ludwig

course decription

After more than a year of learning online, the intention of this year’s Virtual Summit is to support you, the professional caregiver. NANT Vice President, Chrysty Sturdivant interviews Sue Ludwig about clinical and personal aspects of Sue’s upcoming book Tiny Humans, Big Lessons: How the NICU Taught Me to Live with Energy, Intention, and Purpose. Case example, reflective practice, and live Q&A will be included.

Time Ordered Agenda:

0:00 – 15:00 min: Background. Defining intention. Use of intention in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Use of intention in transition from work to home.

15:00 – 30:00 min: Defining energy. Identify how energy is currently being spent. Impact of those choices on patient care, collaboration, and self-efficacy.

30:00 – 45:00 min: Recognizing specific reflective practices that contribute to family centered care.

45:00 – 60:00 min: Question and answer session (Live on December 7, 2021, will be viewed as recording after live event)

60:00 – 63:00 min: Learning assessment

Educational Level: Intermediate

Instructional Methods: Live webinar with interview, discussion, case study, question and answer session and learning assessment. On-demand webinar includes recorded interview, discussion, case study, recorded question and answer session and learning assessment.

Target Audience: OT, SLP, PT, RN, MD, and neonatal professionals


 Participants will:

1. Define intention as it relates to the NICU and life.

2. Identify two detrimental effects of over-committing their time and energy.

3. Recognize one new way to positively contribute to family centered care.

Course Completion Requirements

Learners must view the entire webinar, complete the course evaluation and pass the learning assessment with an 80% or higher to receive education credit and a certificate of completion. Login and logout times will be recorded and documented.

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