CQHCWC offers training in infant asphyxia resuscitation
The CQHCWC holds an infant asphyxia resuscitation training session on June 21. [Photo/CQHCWC]
The Chongqing Health Center for Women and Children, or CQHCWC, and the Chongqing Infant Nursing and Care Guidance Center in Southwest China's Chongqing held an infant asphyxia resuscitation training session on June 21.
To further improve the city's infant nursing and care service capabilities, the event attracted the participation of more than 90 staff members from infant nursing institutions in 11 districts and counties across the city.
Two experts from the Children's Hospital of Chongqing Medical University – Zhou Fang, associate professor of the hospital's Department of Critical Care Medicine, and Pi Dandan, a physician – were invited to the session.
Experts offer on-site operation guidance to trainees during the event on June 21. [Photo/CQHCWC]
They offered training focused on the interpretation of authoritative guidelines for pediatric CPR, the sharing of experience, the teaching of practical operation points, on-site operation guidance, and scenario simulation assessment so as to improve the first aid skills and adaptability of trainees in infant suffocation.
Moving forward, the CQHCWC will continue to hold more high-level infant care training sessions to promote scientific family parenting and the high-quality development of infant care services in the city.