Infant Journal
for neonatal and paediatric healthcare professionals

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neonates; teaching; education; postgraduate; training; multidisciplinary; quality improvement
Key points
  1. The RCPCH mandates that trainees are provided with ‘high-quality, relevant, varied teaching locally’.
  2. Trainees may be best placed to guide the development of teaching provision through contemporary feedback and local educational governance roles.
  3. Neonatal teaching may be better delivered in the multidisciplinary way in which neonatal care is provided.

Also published in Infant:

Translation of in situ neonatal high-fidelity simulation training: identification and mitigation of latent safety threats
This study aimed to use in situ high-fidelity neonatal simulation training to identify latent safety threats in various neonatal scenarios. Having identified the threats, we then developed and implemented system improvement actions to mitigate them. We translated what we learnt from the mitigation process to real-life events. In this way we hope to improve upon our efficiency, quality of care, and patient safety.