MNCYN Partner Organizations include the following:
Alexandra Hospital Ingersoll (AHI)
Alexandra Marine & General Hospital (Goderich)
Chatham-Kent Healthcare Alliance (CKHA)
Erie Shores Healthcare (Leamington)
Grey Bruce Health Services (GBHS) (Lions Head, Wiarton, Owen Sound, Southampton, Meaford, Markdale)
Hanover & District Hospital
Huron Perth Healthcare Alliance (HPHA) (Clinton, Seaforth, Stratford, St. Mary's)
London Health Sciences Centre & Children's Hospital (LHSC - VH & UH)
Middlesex Hospital Alliance (MHA)
Norfolk General Hospital (Simcoe)
South Bruce Grey Health Centre (SBGHC) (Walkerton, Kincardine, Chesley, Durham)
St. Mary's General Hospital (SMGH) (Kitchener)
St. Thomas Elgin General Hospital (STEGH)
Tillsonburg District Memorial Hospital (TDMH)
Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre (TBRHSC)
PUBLIC HEALTH UNITS & CCAC's:
Chatham-Kent Public Health Unit
Middlesex-London Health Unit (MLHU)
Southwestern Public Health (Oxford/Elgin)
Windsor-Essex Country Health Unit
For the practice institutions listed above, please select "MNCYN Partner Member Fee" when you check out.
*If your practice institution is NOT listed or you are a student (medical, nursing or midwifery), you must select "Non-MNCYN Individual Fee" when you check out.
The Regional Maternal Newborn Orientation Program© (RMNOP) was created to promote the consistent delivery of safe, quality perinatal care. It may be used as a guide to assist preceptors and clinical educators as they mentor learners during the orientation process. It may also be used as a resource for experienced nurses who wish to refresh their perinatal knowledge. The program is based on the Canadian Association of Perinatal and Women’s Health Nurses (CAPWHN) Perinatal Nursing Standards in Canada and the Canadian Nurses Association (CNA) competencies for perinatal nurses. Completion of the program will also assist learners to academically prepare for the Perinatal Nursing Certification Exam.
Core perinatal nursing competencies facilitate learners to develop the theoretical knowledge required to support nursing care for perinatal patients.
RMNOP Module 1: Antepartum includes 15 self-directed learning chapters which are based on current best-practice guidelines and standards.
The RMNOP© Module 1: Antepartum is available online for learners to work through at their own pace. Participants have 60 days to complete the chapters. Once completed, learners will no longer be able to view or access the module. Please note, chapters cannot be printed due to Copyright.
Please note, this is not an accredited course.
Registration is on a first come, first served basis. There are a limited number of seats per session, therefore you may be placed on a waiting list. If this does occur, please note you will be contacted via email once a seat becomes available.
The information contained in the Regional Maternal Newborn Orientation Program© (RMNOP) is provided for reference and educational purposes only. The content is referenced using the best information and evidence available at the time of preparation. The RMNOP© is not a substitute for clinical judgment, knowledge and expertise or medical advice. MNCYN is not responsible or liable for any claim, loss or damage resulting from the use of this information.
For support or inquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 519-685-8500 ext 52292 during regular business hours.
MNCYN Member / Non-Member Course Fee
There is an administration fee for employees/staff of MNCYN member hospitals or organizations. The list of these organizations is on the top of the registration form. If you are not employed at one of the member/partner hospitals/organizations, please select the fee for Non-MNCYN participant.
For Non-MNCYN organizations wishing to register a group of up to 5 participants, please contact email@example.com to get instructions on how to proceed.
Registration for this program is non-refundable.