Developmental Interventions in Neonatal Care 2012 (DINC)
|Event Date/Time: Nov 07, 2012||End Date/Time: Nov 10, 2012|
|Registration Date: Nov 10, 2012|
|Early Registration Date: Oct 07, 2012|
Multiple Preconferences focusing on a variety of issues related to developmental care.
Premiere multidisciplinary faculty members eager to share with you their experience and practices.
A number of "Hot Topics," including brain development and cognitive function, feeding issues, short and long-term outcomes, neuromotor development, advances in research, self-regulation, and the parenting experience.
20 Concurrent Sessions addressing key concepts in the developmental support of the fragile infant.
Practical, evidence-based strategies and â€œtipsâ€ which you can take home and apply immediately in your NICU.
Time to share ideas and build professional relationships with colleagues from across the nation.
The magical world of Orlando, with all the energy and excitement of the theme parks, as well as venues for relaxing and unwinding.
Join your colleagues and us for an educational experience that will help you focus on what is critical for improving outcomes for the fragile infantâ€”individualized, developmentally-supportive, family-centered care. See you there!
Identify evidence-based guidelines and key components of providing individualized, developmental support to premature and sick infants and their families.
Describe recent advances in understanding fetal brain development, including the sequelae of prematurity.
Discuss neuromotor and neurosensory development, including interventions that improve outcomes.
Examine techniques for building collaborative care relationships with parents of high-risk newborns.
Describe the process of developing a co-regulated feeding practice.
Strategize a plan for implementation of individualized developmental care in your NICU.
Who Should Attend? Anyone involved in the care of high-risk newborns including:
Clinical Nurse Specialists