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Advanced Neonatal Nurse Practitioners (ANNPs). Neonatal Unit, Queen’s Park Hospital. Joanne Gent,. Andy Grady. , Jack Best. Introduction. History of ANNPs ANNP Training Entry requirements Course contents The role of the ANNP in Blackburn Clinical procedures SHO / ANNP timeshare!

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advanced neonatal nurse practitioners annps

Advanced Neonatal Nurse Practitioners (ANNPs)

Neonatal Unit, Queen’s Park Hospital

Joanne Gent,

Andy Grady

, Jack Best

introduction
Introduction
  • History of ANNPs
  • ANNP Training
    • Entry requirements
    • Course contents
  • The role of the ANNP in Blackburn
  • Clinical procedures
  • SHO / ANNP timeshare!
  • The team

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history of annps
History of ANNPs
  • USA: Certification began in 1983
    • Reason: an expected shortfall in medical staff
  • UK: First course approved in 1992
    • Southampton University - ENB A19
    • Reason: increase & maintain quality of care available to neonates

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history of annps in blackburn
History of ANNPs in Blackburn
  • 1997 – desire to provide holistic nursing care & retain experienced nurses in the clinical field – 1 nurse seconded
  • 2001 – need to reduce no. of GP trainees – 1 nurse seconded
  • 2003 – EWTD – 2 nurses seconded
  • 2004 – establishing ANNP team – 1 nurse seconded, recruiting more

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course entry requirements
Course Entry Requirements
  • Current registration with NMC
  • ENB 997/8 or equivalent
  • ENB 405 or equivalent
  • Minimum 4 years neonatal experience
  • Undertake 12 week pre-course biomedical science learning package
  • Pass MCQ entrance exam & interview

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annp course
ANNP Course
  • 15wk intensive theory = 3yr pre-med(biochemistry, physiology, embryology, pathology, radiology, pharmacology)
  • Exams – MCQs, short answers & essay @ 18, 23 and 37 weeks
  • Continuous clinical assessment & competency evaluations
  • Viva voce @ 52 weeks
  • ANNP certification (+6m for dissertation)

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role of annps in blackburn 1
Role of ANNPs in Blackburn (1)
  • NICU based practitioners
  • Work alongside and support SHOs
  • Attend high risk deliveries & emergencies on CDS and in theatre
  • Ongoing medical management
  • Attend postnatal wards for reviews and emergencies

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role annps in blackburn 2
Role ANNPs in Blackburn (2)
  • SHO induction, support & guidance
  • Link person between medical & nursing staff
  • Promote evidence based medicine / best practice
      • Teaching
      • Guidelines & protocols
      • Audit
      • Research

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clinical skills 1
Clinical Skills (1)
  • Advanced resuscitation of newborn
  • Examination of the newborn
  • IV cannulation / venepuncture
  • Arterial cannulation / stabs
  • CBG sampling & interpretation
  • Intubation
  • Initiation & management of ventilation
  • Surfactant administration

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clinical skills 2
Clinical Skills (2)
  • Insertion of UACs / UVCs
  • Insertion of percutaneous central lines
  • Lumbar punctures
  • Supra-pubic bladder aspirations
  • Insertion of chest drains / needle aspiration
  • Ordering laboratory investigations &x-rays and interpretation of results

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sho annp timeshare
SHO / ANNP Timeshare
  • Need for all to acquire & maintain skills
  • Mon – Fri: 0830 – 1630NICU SHO ‘in charge’, ANNP supports401 bleep held by PN ward SHO
  • Mon – Fri: 1630 – 2045401 bleep held by ANNP
  • Sat – Sun: 0830 – 2100ANNP ‘in charge’ on NICUSHO goes to PN ward & holds 401 bleep

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the team so far
The Team…so far

Joanne

Gent

RGN

ANNP

Andy

Grady

RGN, RM

ANNP

Jack

Best

RSCN

ANNP

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example entrance exam questions
Example Entrance Exam Questions

True or false ?

  • The metabolism of glucose (C6H12O6) to CO2 and H2O is an example of a catabolic reaction
  • In double stranded DNA guanine and cytosine are complementary base pairs
  • All vitamins are easily dissolved in water
  • Sucrose can be hydrolysed into two glucose molecules
  • A hexose monosaccharide has six carbon atoms

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example wk18 exam questions
Example Wk18 Exam Questions
  • True or false as before
  • Explain the ionic basis for the generation of nerve action potentials and the mechanisms by which they are transmitted along unmyelinated and myelinated nerves
  • Write short notes on ventilation perfusion matching
  • A 6 hour old full term infant has been found to be cyanosed by the ward midwife. Briefly describe how physical examination might help in determining the cause

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example wk23 exam questions
Example Wk23 Exam Questions
  • True or false questions
  • Outline the histology of the conducting airways. How does this differ from the histology of the alveolar sacs?
  • Describe the control of cardiac output
  • Using protein as an example differentiate between oral and renal solute load
  • Write short notes on the causes of anaemia in the first month of life

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example wk37 exam questions
Example Wk37 Exam Questions
  • True or false questions
  • A 28/40 baby is noted to have signs suggestive of a PDA at 1 wk of age. Describe the characteristic clinical features of the condition in such a baby and explain their pathophysiological basis. Give an account of the investigations which may be used and outline the strengths and weaknesses of the therapeutic options
  • Describe the structure of the mononuclear phagocyte system and briefly explain its function

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