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Examination of the Newborn – Birmingham – 6 September 2019

Private: Dr Abhimanu Lall BIRTH2 Course Director -
Examination of the Newborn
Professor Simon Mitchell BIRTH2 Course Director -
Examination of the Newborn
Mr Lee Smith Course Facilitator
Examination of the Newborn
Mr Om Lahoti Course Facilitator
Examination of the Newborn
Mr Susmito Biswas Course Facilitator
Examination of the Newborn
Dr Kathryn Martinello Course Facilitator
Examination of the Newborn
September 6, 2019 8:30 am
September 6, 2019 4:30 pm
Shakespeare Martineau, No1, 1 Colmore Square, Birmingham, B4 6AA


Routine Newborn Examination & Care of the Low Risk Infant





Routine Newborn Examination & Care of the Low Risk Infant

With RCGP Educational Accreditation

6 Hours Relevant for CPD 

£120 for full day of training, including lunch, tea and coffee. Please note administration fee charges of £40 per booking will be made for any cancellations as we are a not for profit organisation and will have incurred costs.

£30 discount available for students, please enter stu30 as voucher code at checkout (must email student ID to to complete booking).

Please read our booking terms and conditions.

Relevant For: Midwives, neonatal nurses (including nurse practitioners), trainee doctors in paediatrics, general practitioners (including GP registrars in training), and legal professionals.

This course is not a certification on its own to perform checks. It is a CPD course for those interested in performing checks, or those that already do.

A routine physical examination is an integral part of postnatal care for new-born infants, repeated at 8 weeks of age. The UK National Screening Committee (NHS Newborn & Infant Physical Examination Programme) has established a core set of screening outcomes for the examinations identified as congenital heart disease, developmental hip dysplasia, congenital cataract and undescended testes.

Routine examination also seeks to identify infants who are unwell or at risk of developing problems by recognition of clinical symptoms and signs and identification of risk factors.

Aims and Objectives

This course provides clinically based training in all four of the components set out as screening priorities (NIPE, 2016-2017) by experienced experts in the
relevant specialties (i.e. ophthalmologists, orthopaedic surgeons, paediatric urologists, and neonatologists).

It seeks to maintain existing skills, inform and update practice, and also reflect the current relevant UK screening guidance. It will also provide an overview of
common clinical problems presenting in infancy with an emphasis on the early recognition of infants at risk and their appropriate management.

Content includes:
  • Principles of screening & the routine new-born
    and infant physical examination.
  • Congenital cataract & new-born eye examination.
  • Screening for developmental hip dysplasia.
  • Screening & detection of congenital heart disease.
  • Examination of the testes and groin.
  • Common abnormalities found on the routine newborn
  • Clinical problems presenting in infancy.