Regional Neonatal Courses


Contracted Hospitals: FREE (Doctors Medical Center, Dominican, El Camino, Salinas Valley Memorial, Sierra Vista Regional Center, Sutter Maternity & Surgery Santa Cruz ONLY)
Non-Contracted Hospitals: $25 (Good Samaritan, Sequoia, Watsonville Community, Stanford Health, LPCH)
All Other Hospitals/All Other Facilities and Organizations: $25

In response to the rapidly evolving events surrounding COVID-19 (also called novel coronavirus), Stanford University is actively monitoring the local and global health situation and is taking precautionary measures in an effort to help limit the spread of infection. As a result, we have decided to offer our Regional classes as Zoom webinars.

**Please note, you must log on to these webinars individually.  No shared computers are allowed.  You must remain online the entire duration of the conference to receive full credit (or at least 50 minutes to receive 1 contact hour).  No partial credit given.**

Registration is now open for our Fall High Risk Neonatal Webinars!  


  1. Genetics: Prenatal Screening, Imaging and Testing and how it guides our postnatal management, Beth Fluharty, NNP 
  2. From ambiguous genitalia to abnormal genetic testing: What is the best management for these babies?, Beth Fluharty, NNP


Please click on the class you would like to register for:

Register Here for Septermber 21:  9:00am - 11:00am 

Register Here for October 5: 1:00pm - 3:00pm  


  1. Respiratory Considerations in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Rachael Small, NNP
  2. Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP), Rachael Small, NNP
  • Learner will understand principles of assisted ventilation (CPAP, PPV, endotracheal tube intubation, and vent support)
  • Learner will understand mild, moderate, and severe respiratory distress
  • Learner will be familiar with respiratory illnesses and airway challenges seen in the neonatal period
  • Learner will be comfortable with basic blood gas interpretation 
  • Learner will be able to identify 3 risk factors for ROP
  • Learner will be able to define ROP
  • Learner will be able to identify two established treatments for RO
  • Learner will recognize the importance of documentation and teamwork for ROP patients 

Please click on the class you would like to register for:

Register Here for September 28: 9:00am - 11:00am

Register Here for November 28: 11:00am - 1:00pm

MCCPOP (Mid-Coastal Perinatal Outreach Program) is approved as a provider of continuing education by the California Board of Registered Nursing. MCCPOP is designated as #03104.  Each session offers 2.0 contact hours, maximum, for attendance. You must attend for a minimum of 50 minutes in order to receive one contact hour.  Registration in advance is required.

Upcoming Events

Fall High Risk Neo Webinars


September 21:  9:00am - 11:00am

October 5: 1:00pm - 3:00pm  


September 28: 9:00am - 11:00am 

November 28: 11:00am - 1:00pm

OB Webinars

High Risk OB: October 13, 3-5PM

OB Hot Topics: November 17, 9-11AM

AFM: December 7, 12-4PM