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NeoChats - Series 2 Episode 2: Prevention and Treatment Strategies for the Hospitalized Neonate with Diaper Dermatitis - Jeanne Scotland

June 22, 2020 Anne Season 2 Episode 2
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NeoChats - Series 2 Episode 2: Prevention and Treatment Strategies for the Hospitalized Neonate with Diaper Dermatitis - Jeanne Scotland
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NeoChats - Series 2 Episode 2: Prevention and Treatment Strategies for the Hospitalized Neonate with Diaper Dermatitis - Jeanne Scotland
Jun 22, 2020 Season 2 Episode 2
Anne

SERIES 2 | EPISODE 2: Prevention and Treatment Strategies for the Hospitalized Neonate with Diaper Dermatitis

GUEST: Jeanne Scotland, RN, MN, NNP-BC, WOC graduate
Neonatal Nurse Practitioner
Rockyview General Hospital, Alberta Health Services
Calgary, Alberta

Diaper rashes may seem like a rite of passage for babies (and their caregivers and parents), but diaper dermatitis can have serious complications for premature babies. Detailed prevention and early treatment strategies can be a valuable tool in mitigating the prevalence and intensity of diaper dermatitis in the NICU. Nurse practitioner Jeanne Scotland is a leading Canadian voice on neonatal skin care and shares her knowledge in this episode.

Jeanne Scotland has worked with neonoates for more than 38 years, in a variety of roles, including as a neonatal nurse practitioner. She is a graduate of the Wound, Ostomy Continence Institution and is passionate about neonatal skin care. Jeanne is the lead of the neonatal skin injury prevention quality improvement project for Alberta Health Services’ Calgary Zone NICUs.

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SERIES 2 | EPISODE 2: Prevention and Treatment Strategies for the Hospitalized Neonate with Diaper Dermatitis

GUEST: Jeanne Scotland, RN, MN, NNP-BC, WOC graduate
Neonatal Nurse Practitioner
Rockyview General Hospital, Alberta Health Services
Calgary, Alberta

Diaper rashes may seem like a rite of passage for babies (and their caregivers and parents), but diaper dermatitis can have serious complications for premature babies. Detailed prevention and early treatment strategies can be a valuable tool in mitigating the prevalence and intensity of diaper dermatitis in the NICU. Nurse practitioner Jeanne Scotland is a leading Canadian voice on neonatal skin care and shares her knowledge in this episode.

Jeanne Scotland has worked with neonoates for more than 38 years, in a variety of roles, including as a neonatal nurse practitioner. She is a graduate of the Wound, Ostomy Continence Institution and is passionate about neonatal skin care. Jeanne is the lead of the neonatal skin injury prevention quality improvement project for Alberta Health Services’ Calgary Zone NICUs.