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This website is designed to make the users aware of the best care practices to be used to prevent retinopathy of prematurity in preterm infants. The course is divided into 10 modules, each targeting a different area of care. There is no particular order to access the modules; you can start off with any module of your choice.
Each module consists of a few objectives, and in each objective you will have certain learning resources, like videos, webinars, posters, and ‘scripts’, which are summaries of the discussed content. It is important to remember that you shall be able to access the objectives only in the given sequence that they are presented. You can go through the next objective only after the completion of the previous objective. Once you have gone through the given content, you will have to attempt a timed MCQ test at the end of every objective. You have 2 attempts to take the test, and you can only proceed to the next module if you score 80% of the maximum marks available.
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Since this is a website, you will need a working internet connection to be able to access all of the resources. We aim to provide a cohesive and interactive learning experience in the form of visual media like videos and posters, as well as scripts and MCQ tests, and these resources require an internet connection.
However, we have made the Posters and Scripts available for download as pdf documents – you just need to click the download button on the specific page, and save the documents to your device. This way, you can access them even if you are offline!
Each objective has an MCQ test at the end, for which you have 2 attempts available. To reach the next objective, you must obtain a score of at least 80%.
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If you see a lock sign and an objective is greyed out, it means you have not gained sufficient marks (80%) in the MCQ tests of the previous objectives of that module. Once you have completed all the previous objectives, the next objective will automatically become unlocked.
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At the end of every module, if you have passed the MCQ tests for every objective (i.e. >80% marks), you will have the option to download your certificate. The given certificate will be only for the specific module, and does not need to be printed out - you can simply save it as a pdf.
Additionally, once you have completed all 10 modules successfully, there is a course completion certificate that is awarded to you. The option to download this will become available on the home page, and from your gradebook, once you meet the required conditions.
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Kangaroo Mother Care
Optimal Oxygen Administration
Developmentally Supportive Care and Pain Management
Less Exposure to Blood Products and Prevention of Exchange Transfusion
Delivery Room Management and Stabilization of a Preterm Infant
Optimal Use of Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP)
Less Systemic Infections
Follow-up Care Pertaining to ROP
A good newborn unit can thrive only if there is consensual approach, teamwork, rapport and mutual respect between the nurses and physicians. Consenting to follow the agreed best practices for the care of the baby always serves as a catalyst for further ideas to improve quality of care. The AIIMS team is indebted to all the contributors for their outstanding efforts in providing technical inputs and creation of content. We would also like to express our appreciation to Mr Sant Lal and Mr Sahil Mehta for diligently word-processing and formatting the guide. Last but not the least, Mr Kurian Thomas and his team, Medical Films also needs a special mention for developing videos and webinars. A special thanks to all the babies and their families of our neonatal unit who consented for creation of the video resource material. Finally, our gratitude and thanks to PHFI, UNICEF, USAID & WHO SEARO for ongoing support in capacity building and implementation of best practices in healthcare facilities.