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- Date and time Wed 4 May 2022 from 8:30am to 5 May 2022 at 4:30pm
- Location Royal Society of Medicine
- Organised by Maternity and the Newborn Forum, Brazelton Centre UK
The Newborn Behavioural Observations (NBO) training course is designed for practitioners working with families and newborns wanting to learn about baby behaviour, and reading baby signals and cues.
Research has shown this promotes positive interactions, increases parental confidence in caregiving, and practitioners’ knowledge and confidence.
The NBO is recommended in the National Health Visiting Service Specification, 2014/15, NHS England, and the NBAS in the Healthy Child Programme, DH, 2009.
CPD is issued by The Brazelton Centre UK, therefore consent to share your details is necessary.
For further information about the course, please follow this link www.brazelton.co.uk/courses/nbo.
This course will:
- Understand how newborn babies communicate
- Know about the different behavioural states of infants
- Understand infant's self-regulatory behaviours
- Know the signs of over-stimulation or boredom
- Supporting parents in an infant’s first few weeks
**Please note participants will need to bring the following items to this course:
A doll to work with such as the dolls used for infant massage
The NBO book: ‘Understanding Newborn Behaviour & Early Relationships’. The Newborn Behavioral Observations (NBO) System Handbook - Authors: J. Kevin Nugent, Constance H. Keefer, Susan Minear, Lise C. Johnson, Yvette Blanchard ISBN: 9781557668837 Brookes Publishing Company, Baltimore.**
This is a joint meeting with The Brazelton Centre UK.
Day 1 04 May 2022
Day 2 05 May 2022
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