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NCAST PCI Feeding and Teaching Scales and Implementation Day

In this program, participants learn skills in the observation and assessment of caregiver and child during a feeding and teaching situation.

A key element of this program is the opportunity to be assessed for reliability in the use of a validate tool, the PCRP Parent-Child Interaction (PCI) Feeding and Teaching Assessment Scale.

Who is this workshop for?

  • Child & Family Health Nurses, Newborn Care Nurses, Paediatric Nurses, Researchers, Social Workers, Psychologists, Occupational and Physical Therapists, Lactation Consultants, Infant Mental Health Specialists

  • Prior to doing the PCR Programs PCI course you must have completed the Keys to Caregiving workshop

What are the NCAST Parent-Child Interaction (PCI) Feeding and Teaching Scales?

  • Valid and reliable assessments for measuring parent-child interaction with an extensive body of research across disciplines

  • A well-developed set of observable behaviours that describe caregiver/parent child interaction in a feeding and teaching situation

  • Excellent pre and post measures to document intervention effects for clinicians and researchers

  • Scales which have been used in hundreds of studies and published in peer-reviewed scholarly journals

How do the PCI Scales benefit caregiver/parent-child interaction?

  • Gives concrete areas to guide intervention

  • Transforms the provider's view of the parent-child relationship

  • Gives the provider a new lens with which to see the strengths and opportunities for growth in the parent-child relationship

Course Details

23 July , 24 July , 25 July , 30 July , 31 July , 1 August
8.30am - 4.30pm

free (Free (All TFCC) and SNF Staff)

free (SLHD and Regional LHDs (excluding ISLHD & CCLHD))

$ 2,000.00 (All External Applicants)

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Rizwan Faiz

0488 198 797

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Booking window closes on 16 July 2024, 12:00 pm
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