Past Webinars

Taking ownership: Strategies to bring evidence into clinical practice with Prof Matthias Keller

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Tuesday, 9 April 2024, 1:00–2:00pm (CST)

The nutrition of breast milk in newborns and particularly in premature infants has an impact on the lifelong health of the child. This webinar will first address barriers to breast milk feeding in a neonatal intensive care unit. Subsequently, the concept of clinical care pathways as a management tool will be introduced, highlighting their significance for change management, as well as for incorporating evidence into clinical practice and quality management in a healthcare facility.

Of particular importance is the identification of project managers and process owners who will be responsible for patient care pathways. Practical examples on the implementation of a clinical care pathway for breast milk feeding in a neonatal intensive care unit will be presented.

Learning objectives

  • Reflect on the perception of management in their daily practice

  • Navigate the concept of a perinatal clinical care pathway as a management tool through stories of success and failure

  • Explore quality management tools to improve daily practice


This program has been approved for 1.0 Contact Hours; provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider #13692


Event details

Date            9. April 2024

Duration      1 hour

Language     English

Time            1:00 – 2:00 pm (CST)



Prof Matthias Keller
Health Economist, Neonatologist. Director of the Children´s Hospital, Passau

Prof Keller is the Director of the Children´s Hospital, Level III Passau in Germany and Professor at the Technical University Munich. The hospital provides inpatient and outpatient care for children and adolescents, combining modern medicine with a desire to uphold established traditions. Prof. Keller is co-founder of the European Foundation for the Care of Newborn Infants (EFCNI), member of several scientific boards in Neonatology and President of the Society of Pediatrics in southern Germany. In the year 2021 he received the federal cross of merit in Germany for his engagement for newborns and their families. His current special interest in daily practice and research is hospital management and public health.