STABLE Transport Program

Course Information

Course Code


Instruction Method

In class


Variable depending on the customized contract.Not available for individual registrations.


14 Hours (2 days) depending on the customized contract


Marion Deland RNC-NIC, MN

Learner Outcomes

Anticipate, recognize, and use effective corrective actions for various neonatal clinical problems as they arise.

You will learn to:
• Review thermoregulation concepts and the prevention of cold stress
• Maintain a normal acid-base balance and support ventilation
• Establish intravenous access and monitor and normalize blood sugar
• Support blood pressure and normalize the heart rate
• Perform lab investigations, including a complete blood count, hemoglobin and hematocrit, and blood culture
• Review records and radiographs

Evaluation Method

• Pre-course written test
• Practical skills evaluation
• Post course written test

Intended For

Healthcare professionals working in a neonatal critical care setting.

This course is offered on a customized contract basis only (large groups or hospitals)and is available for onsite delivery. This course is not available for individual registration. Please email for information.

Text Book

Not included in course fee. 6th Edition S.T.A.B.L.E Provider Manual


TBD depending on the customized contract

Certificate Program

Upon successful completion of the course you will receive a Michener Certificate of Completion and will be registered with S.T.A.B.L.E. International.



Not included in course fee.  6th Edition S.T.A.B.L.E Provider Manual

STABLE Transport Program – Continuing Education


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