STABLE: Post-Resuscitation & Pre-Transport Stabilization of Sick Newborns

STABLE is a program based on extensive literature review, research and valuable input from nurses, respiratory therapists and physicians. The goal of the STABLE program is to provide concise guidelines for neonatal pre-transport stabilization activities to be used by community hospital caregivers.

2018 Calendar

Print the brochure and registration form for your desired course date below. Note that brochures will also be mailed 7 - 8 weeks prior to the course. For more information or to be put on the mailing list, contact Glenn Barber or Mary Hope at 314-577-5317.

Additional course details can be found below.


Date Location

March 20

HSHS St. Joseph's Hospital

April 3

Anderson Hospital

April 11

Hannibal Regional Hospital

May 10

Hannibal Regional Hospital

May 22

St. Anthony's Medical Center

August 30

SSM Health Good Samaritan Hospital

September 13

HSHS Holy Family Hospital

October 18

Lake Regional Health System

October 30

HSHS St. Elizabeth's Hospital



Primary Audience of this Course

The intended audience of this course is staff working in labor and delivery, postpartum, Level I, II or III nurseries. It is also a valuable resource for staff working emergency departments, who may be involved with unexpected deliveries of sick and/or premature infants.

Learner Manual

The learner manual is included with the STABLE course fee ($65). It can also be ordered from the following websites:

Contact Us

For more information or questions about the STABLE program, please call 314-577-5317. You can also contact us by email.

Glenn Barber, RNC, BSN
Neonatal Outreach Educator | SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital

Mary Hope, RN, BSN
Neonatal Outreach Education | SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital

Continuing Education Credit

SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Midwest Multistate Division, an accredited provider by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. The STABLE program has been approved for 7.2 credit hours.


Classroom temperatures do vary. Please bring a sweater or light jacket with you to ensure your comfort.


For classes offered in Illinois, funding is provided in part by the Illinois Department of Public Health Perinatal Program Grant.

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