Nurses working in neonatal intensive care units (NICUs) worldwide share common goals of providing high quality care and promoting healthy outcomes for high-risk newborns and their families. There are wide differences across the globe, however, in the specific challenges that NICU nurses face in meeting these common goals and in the ways in which nursing care is provided to address these challenges. Neonatal nurses have much to learn from such program.
The Neonatal Nurse Master Program prepares nurses as expert providers of health care to neonates and their families across health care settings. The primary focus of the program is to prepare the graduate to promote, maintain, supervise and restore health, identify health risks, and assess, diagnose, and manage acute and chronic illnesses. The ability to function as an educator, leader, consultant, advocate, and change agent is an essential to the development evidence base knowledge and clinical expertise in this role.
The important of this program emerges from increasing in infant mortality rate in Palestine in compare with the world
The field of neonatal care is growing rapidly and receiving considerable attention as part of the development and improvement of healthcare delivery globally.
Neonatal nurses are nurses who work in neonatal medical facilities, such as NICUs, with other medical professionals. Graduate of this master program in neonatal nursing can possess adequate knowledge and advance to care for neonates.
Professionals with a Master’s in neonatal nursing have several career paths that may include: