A Study on Educational Intervention Study Published

Helping Babies Breathe (HBB) is a simulation-based educational program developed to help reduce perinatal mortality worldwide. A one-day HBB training course did not improve clinical management of neonates. The objective was to assess the impact of frequent brief (3–5 min weekly) onsite HBB simulation training on newborn resuscitation practices in the delivery room and the potential impact on 24-h neonatal mortality. The results showed that on-site, brief and frequent HBB simulation training appears to facilitate transfer of new
knowledge and skills into clinical practice and to be accompanied by a decrease in neonatal mortality. Read the full publication here.