I posted in the ED forum yesterday asking if anyone had taken the NRP course and did not get any real response. My inquiries in person have been the same. We all have to take PALS. Some have ENPC which I am scheduled for. But most don't even know NRP exists.
Do you guys feel the NRP course would cover a lot not covered in ENPC and PALS and be beneficial for an ED nurse? I am at a large trauma center that is the busiest in our state. We have a Peds section that I only occasionally work in. That however is always full and a critical kid is brought to a main pod room. Any critical neonates get an immediate call to L&D for someone to come down but I just want to prepared for a worst case scenario.
Thanks for any guidance.