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Evaluation of the CONI programme based on 2000 babies

Evaluation of the CONI programme based on 2000 babies

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Published by [Foundation for the Study of InfantDeaths] .
Written in English


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StatementFoundation for the Study of Infant Deaths.
ContributionsFoundation for the Study of Infant Deaths.
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Open LibraryOL21057735M

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The Care of Next Infant (CONI) programme supports families before and after the birth Evaluation of the CONI programme based on 2000 babies book their new baby Parents who have experienced a sudden and unexpected death of a baby often feel anxious when they have another baby. Care of Next Infant (CONI): Information For Professionals.

Working with the local providers of public healthcare services we coordinate a national health-visitor led service for bereaved parents, Care of Next Infant (CONI) programme, which supports families before and after the birth of their new baby.

Working with the NHS, we run a national health-visitor led service for bereaved parents. Our Care of Next Infant (CONI) programme supports families before and after the birth of their new baby.

We also fund the specialist monitoring equipment for CONI babies. Mortality of babies enrolled on a community-based support programme: CONI PLUS (Care of Next Infant Plus) Alison J Waite, National CONI Co-ordinator, Room C1, Stephenson Wing, Academic Unit of Child Health, University of Sheffield.

Sheffield Children’s Hospital, Western Bank, Sheffield, S10 2TH, UK [email protected] After a previous cot death, most parents approach the next baby with anxiety as well as joy.

The Care of Next Infant (CONI). Programme offers structured support to the parents antenatally and through the first months of the baby's life Key features are weekly visits from the family health visitor, and providing the family with an apnoea monitor Cited by: 2. programme after their new baby is born.

The national CONI officemanages, monitors and evaluates CONI and provides support and training to the local CONI teams.

The CONI office and much of the equipment used in each centre are funded by donations from the public. Weighing scales Healthy babies show regular gains in weight, ill babies may fail to. the CONI programme.

About The Lullaby Trust The Lullaby Trust provides specialist support for bereaved families and promotes expert advice on safer baby sleep. Working with the NHS we run a national health visitor led service for bereaved parents, the Care of Next Infant (CONI) programme, which supports families before and.

The CONI HV Lead will make a referral to the named Paediatric Consultant Lead for the CONI Programme at Torbay Hospital by the CONI HV lead. The CONI HV Lead will notify the infant’s GP of the enrolment onto the CONI scheme to encourage priority and consideration if medical attention is sought for the infant.

Paediatric Passport – A5 sheet to be inserted into the baby’s Personal Child Health Record (Red Book) to alert A&E staff that the baby is enrolled on the CONI programme, and facilitate access to an assessment by a senior paediatric doctor or nurse.

A local card may be available to use instead. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. The Care of the Next Infant (CONI) scheme provides specialist support, information and advice to bereaved parents who’ve lost an infant to SIDS during their next pregnancy and for the first six months of their new baby’s life.

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According to Humenick (), three decades of childbirth education outcomes research have been guided by Donabedian's (/) model: structure, process, and outcomes.

The outcomes of childbirth education have often been reported in terms of “whether it produced less death (infant mortality), less disability (preterm birth), and less discomfort (labor pain)” (Humenick,p.

These boxes are grouped by intervention categories to assist program managers in deciding whether they have chosen the right thing to do, and whether they are doing those things right.

This arrangement enables and empowers all levels of the HCDS to develop an evaluation system. BABIES is a population-based tool which starts at the community level. Theory-based approaches have been discussed in evaluation literature for many years (Weiss, ; Rogers, ; Funnell & Rogers, ).

While there is little agreement either on the terminology or the concepts, there is consistency in the main messages and agreement on the value of theory-based. Sean M. Fox. I enjoy taking care of patients and I finding it endlessly rewarding to help train others to do the same. I trained at the Combined Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics residency program at University of Maryland, where I had the tremendous fortune of learning from world renowned educators and clinicians.

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