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    • Vicky Payne
      We are excited to announce that the 99NICU NEOvations webinar series will launch on Tuesday 10th January 2023, at 16:00-17:00 CET.
      For this webinar we are delighted to bring you two guest speakers, Prof. Mario Rüdiger who will be speaking on “The cord is key: Why and how to perform Physiological-Based Cord Clamping” and Dr. Tim Antonius, who will be speaking about “How can technology help a baby to get the best start possible”.
      Our aim is to host further NEOvations webinars in February, March and April 2023- watch this space for more information! Each webinar will be sponsored by a small tech-start up, with special guest lectures and Q&A.
      Please register for the webinar here. 
      Guest speakers:
      Our first guest speaker is Prof Mario Rüdiger is professor of Neonatology and Pediatric Intensive Care Medicine and head of the Department for Neonatology and Pediatric Intensive Care Medicine at the Children’s Clinic of the University Hospital Carl Gustav Carus in Dresden. His clinical and scientific expertise covers mainly the following three topics: prevention of chronic lung disease in preterm infants, delivery room management and neonatal neuro-psychological development. He hosts the yearly Delivery Room Management symposium in Dresden at the beginning of March where distinguished speakers present the latest knowledge and research on delivery room management. Prof. Rüdiger has implemented the Concord Birth Flow in his department in Dresden in March 2021.
      Our second guest speaker is   Dr. Tim Antonius, **MD (Radboudumc Amalia Children’s Hospital, Nijmegen, Netherlands) is a senior consultant in neonatal intensive care, ECMO specialist, a simulation expert and neonatal life support (NLS) course director. He is the inventor of the Parallel ECMO simulator and the ARNE (Augmented reality in neonatology) decision support device.
      This webinar is supported by tech start-ups Concord Neonatal (https://concordneonatal.com/) and ARNE (https://arne.health/)

    • We are delighted to announce our fourth and final NEOvations webinar will by on 18th April at 16:00 CET. 
      This webinar will include guest speakers Prof Dr Stefan Johansson, who will be discussing Apgar scoring in preterm infants, and Pablo Sánchez Bergasa, who will be discussing the in3ator, an incubator for low resource settings.
      This webinar is sponsored by Neobiomics (https://neobiomics.eu/) and is also supporting an NGO called Medical Open World (https://medicalopenworld.org/. 
      Registration is free and you can sign up using the link below:
      More about our guest speakers:
      Assoc prof. Dr Stefan Johansson is consultant neonatologist at Sachs Children's and Youth Hospital and associate professor at Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden. Through his academic affiliation at the Clinical Epidemiology Division, he has long experience of working in research projects based on the large Swedish datasets in national registries. Furthermore, Stefan Johansson has a track record as a social entrepreneur. Among endeavours, he is founder of 99nicu back in 2006, and he has also founded Neobiomics, the start-up company partnering up with todays webinar.
      Pablo Sánchez Bergasa is an electronic engineer working at telecom companies and a leader of the in3ator project and cofounder of the NGO Medical Open World (MOW).

    • Our third NEOvations webinar series is on 14th March at 16:00 CET. Our last webinar saw attendees from 20 different countries so come and join the conversation!
      We have two guest speakers, Prof. Christoph Fusch, MD, PhD, discussing human milk bank analysis, and Dr. Joshua Bress, MD, who will be discussing the application of clinical decision support tools in the newborn nursery! As always, we will have a Q&A with our speakers.
      You can register here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/7516762812433/WN_xKl0qAv0S_Ce_Ium6taYkA
      Prof. Christoph Fusch is  Professor, Chair & Chief at University Children’s Hospital, Paracelsus Medical University, and Nuernberg General Hospital. He will be discussing human milk bank analysis. 
      Dr. Joshua Bress is a neonatal hospitalist at California Pacific Medical Center, president of the nonprofit organization Global Strategies and medical director of the NoviGuide, a software platform for designing, deploying, and monitoring decision support algorithms.  It was while living in Goma that he first developed an interest in  how can we help clinicians follow rapidly evolving best practice guidelines for newborns globally and at scale?  He has published multiple papers around the use of clinical decision support in newborn care, with a particular focus on the design and testing of safe clinical decision support systems.
      This webinar is sponsored by tech start-ups Miris AB (https://www.mirissolutions.com/) and NeoPrediX (https://www.neopredix.com/en/. 

    • We are delighted our last NEOvations webinar connected people from 20 countries!  Can you identify all the flags?!
      We'd love to hear more from our members, so please connect in the comments and tell us more about you and where you work! 
      And.....SAVE THE DATE for our next webinar on 14th March, 16:00 CET- more details to follow!
      We look forward to connecting,
      Posted on behalf of the 99NICU team who are reaching out from Sweden, Austria, United Kingdom and Finland!

    • The second of our FREE NEOvations webinar series is on 14th February 2023, 16:00-17:00 CET. This webinar is supported by the tech start-ups Monivent (https://www.monivent.se/) and Neola Medical (https://www.neolamedical.com/).
      The webinar will include two live sessions from our guest speakers, followed by audience Q&A.  Our guest speakers are Prof. Gianluca Lista MD PhD, who will be speaking on “RDS & lung protective respiratory support” and Dr Chris Harris MD PhD, who will be speaking about “Prediction of outcomes using monitoring during resuscitation”. See more details on our guest speakers, below!
      Please sign up using the link: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/4016724100663/WN_t8v_9Y23T3-kDVV2K9W0Og
      We look forward to seeing you there!
      The 99NICU Team
      Prof. Gianluca Lista is a consultant neonatologist at V.Buzzi Children’s Hospital and an honorary Professor at the University of Milan. His PhD thesis, completed at Maastricht University in 2016, was titled “Respiratory management in the neonatal transitional phase: the role of sustained inflation to enhance non-invasive respiratory support”.
      His areas of interest are neonatal resuscitation; respiratory, and nutritional intensive care of very preterm infants, as well as neuroimaging and neurodevelopment of the newborn. He has more than 100 papers published on PubMed and is an active member of the ESPR.
      Dr Chris Harris is a consultant neonatologist at King’s College Hospital in London, and working as a researcher with King’s College London were he completed his PhD in neonatal ventilation and long term outcomes.  As well as studies of resuscitation, Chris has also focused on the long term follow-up of the UKOS cohort and the benefits of providing neonatal care in Uganda.  King’s NICU is a leading centre for neonatal respiratory medicine, led by Professor Anne Greenough.

    • Welcome to the second of our NEOvations webinar series, on the 14th of February 2023, 16:00-17:00 CET. 
      For this webinar, we bring you two prominent guest speakers. 
      Prof. Gianluca Lista MD PhD, chief of the Neonatology Department at Ospedale dei Bambini Vittori Buzzi in Milan, who will be speaking on “RDS & lung protective respiratory support”, and Dr Christopher Harris MD PhD from King’s College Hospital in London, with a talk about “Prediction of outcomes using monitoring during resuscitation”. This webinar is delivered to you by us and supported by the tech start-ups Monivent and Neola.
      Participation is free of charge.
      Click here to register!

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