What is NBO? Goals and objectives for training Free

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Dr Betty Hutchon decribes the goals of the Newborn Behavioural Observation (NBO) training programme. Dr Hutchon presents an overview of the training, a history of the development of the NBO, and discusses the behaviours of a newborn in detail. 

This lecture was filmed at 'Newborn behavioural observations (NBO) training' meeting at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.

Date of lecture: 5th May 2016

Length: 00:39:55

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00:07:48 - History of the NBO
00:20:07 - From the NBAS to the NBO
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