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2017 NBAS Training Workshops

Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale (NBAS) Training Program

The NBAS is a comprehensive examination of neonatal behavior appropriate to use for infants from birth to two months of age. The NBAS has been used as a reliable research tool around the world to identify individual differences in newborn behavior (Brazelton, 1973, 1985; Brazelton and Nugent, 1995; Brazelton and Nugent, 2011). The NBAS training program is especially designed for researchers, but also appropriate for clinicians and pediatric professionals in training, who would like a thorough foundation in infant development and behavior. Training on the NBAS is arranged on an individual basis. The Brazelton Institute will confirm dates one month prior to training.  Pending participant level, training may be rescheduled. Please call 857-218-4354 to schedule training. If you have any further questions please call Mai Nguyen at mai.nguyen@childrens.harvard.edu.   Professor Yvette Blanchard (below) is the lead NBAS Trainer in the United States. 

Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale (NBAS) 2017 Training Schedule

March 7-8th: NBAS training took place in Shanghai at the Shanghai Pudong Hospital for Women and Children. Five pediatricians began their training under the direction of Kevin Nugent.  

April 22-23rd: NBAS training took place at Boston Children's Hospital from 8 to 4 pm, directed by Professor Yvette Blanchard. 

September 23-24th.  This NBAS training will also be led by Professor Yvette Blanchard. Registration details to follow!  




  

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