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Why was the NRP Regional Trainer rank retired?

The decision to retire the Regional Trainer role was a result of the following finds from NRP Instructor surveys and focus groups

-A standard approach to Hospital-based Instructor training

-Tools and resources to assist in NRP provider course planning

-Continuous and ongoing education experience for instructors and providers

-Opportunities to network with other NRP instructors

Additionally, NRP regional trainers were originally based in university medical centers to act as resources and advocates for hospital-based instructors within their perinatal region. Wide variation in what is now considered a "region" makes it nearly impossible to define the role and responsibilities of the regional trainer.

View the Regional Trainer Bulletin.pdf for more information

(July 2018)

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