- Virtual Day
July 7, 2021
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
- In-person Day 1
July 8, 2021
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
- In-person Day 2
July 9, 2021
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
STAN (Stabilisation of the Acutely unwell Neonate) is a training course that was launched in 2018, specially developed to teach and embed the theoretical understanding and practical skills needed for a safe and efficient neonatal transfer.
The programme consists of two days of lectures, seminar discussions and high-definition simulation led by consultants and senior clinicians from NTS, London’s dedicated neonatal transfer service, supported by senior doctors, nurses and paramedics from the neonatal transport community.
Lunch and refreshments will be provided for the in-person day.
For social distancing, the course format for 2021 is one virtual day with 12 participants followed by an in-person day in two groups of six spread across two days. The virtual day will include live seminars and group discussions, every effort will be made to avoid it being just watching a video! Please choose your ticket for Wednesday & Thursday or Wednesday & Friday depending on which in-person day you prefer to attend.
Participants are recommended to ensure they are free for the whole virtual day and attend the full programme. A good Internet connection and a computer or full-size tablet with webcam, speaker and microphone is needed. Small tablets and smartphones are unlikely to be adequate as it will be difficult to see the whole discussion group as well as images and videos on a small screen.
Course participants will be expected to comply with social distancing and any requirements that are in place at the time for access to the Royal London Hospital site including mask-wearing and personal temperature checks. Any delegate who is unable to attend due to unexpected COVID isolation will be offered an in-person day at the next available course.