The Acute Care of at-Risk Newborns (ACoRN) program trains health care providers to stabilize that most challenging and enigmatic of medical patients: the unwell newborn. The ACoRNS pneumonic defines stabilization steps and chapter structure: Alerting Signs, Core Steps, Organization of Care, Response, Next Steps, and Specific Diagnosis and Management. Each chapter includes educational objectives, key
concepts, learning points, and at least one case scenario with questions and answers to reinforce content and learnings. This book is written for any health professional who may be required to participate in the stabilization of sick or preterm babies within their scope of practice.