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    • Stefan Johansson
      It is now possible to bookmark 99nicu.org on your smartphone browser (Safari for Iphone users, Chrome for Android users) and place the bookmark on your mobile phone screen. When you then tap on the "bookmark", browsing 99nicu looks and feels like using an app  
      If you have an Android phone, you can get push notifications when topics you follow are updated etc, just go to your notification settings in your profile to active such push notifications. As of now, Iphone users cannot get push notifications yet. Instead, you need to rely on the notifications given on 99nicu (on my screen shot below, the nb "6" in the right upper corner)
      This technology is called Progressive Web Application (PWA). IMHO is works so well that I will mostly access 99nicu.org from my phone now!
       
            

    • Join our Webinar Journal Club on neonatal airway management, 9 June at 1630-1715 CET
      After the initial Journal Club on neonatal airway management in our forum, we would like to engage with you in a live Webinar together with Joyce E O'Shea, Alexandra Scrivens, Gemma Edwards, and Charles Christoph Roehr, the authors of review article on "Safe emergency neonatal airway management: current challenges and potential approaches".
      The review article examines how to acutely manage the neonatal airway, and the challenges related facemask ventilation and intubation. 
      In this 45min Webinar Journal Club, we will discuss the following three topics:
      emergency airway management elective airway management who should do/train what Click here to register !
      https://meduniwien.webex.com/meduniwien/j.php?RGID=r05ba14c0a7deea737f44aa6c0c13c8e8
      On 9 June and once registered on the link above, click here to access the webinar!
      https://meduniwien.webex.com/meduniwien/j.php?MTID=ma871fe9a5934e3892b7ec7f9ff51a4ad
       
       
      Panelists
      Joyce O’Shea - born and educated in Cork, Ireland. Paediatric and neonatal training has been between Ireland, Scotland and Australia. Developed an interest in neonatal resuscitation and airway management especially intubation when working as a research fellow at the Royal Women’s Hospital, Melbourne. Has worked since 2014 as a neonatal consultant at the Royal Children’s Hospital, Glasgow, Scotland. Continues to be passionate about making airway management as safe as possible for infants and neonatal trainees. 
      Charles Christoph Roehr, M.D., PhD. Associate Professor - the Clinical Director of the National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit - Clinical Trials Unit, Nuffield Department of Population Health, University of Oxford, with a strong interest in studies which answer clinically relevant questions. Clinically, Charles works as an Academic Consultant Neonatologist at Southmead Hospital, Bristol. His own research interests centre around understanding the cardio-respiratory adaptation during fetal-to-neontal transition and on how to best support the newly born infant. A strong proponent of evidence-based neonatology, he acts as the NLS Scientific Co-Chair and guideline author for the European Resuscitation Council (ERC) and is a member of the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR) neonatal guideline writing group. Charles also serves as President of the European Society for Paediatric Research (ESPR).
      Gemma Edwards – ST5 paediatric trainee in the West of Scotland. Studied in Dundee and has worked in Glasgow for 7 years. Has worked on projects looking at neonatal intubation over the last three years and particularly interested in ways to support trainees with airway management skills.
      Alexandra Scrivens - ST6 neonatal GRID trainee (first year fellow equivalent) in Oxford, UK. Previously clinical research fellow for the NeoCLEAR study. Am a social media editor for EBNEO and trainee representative on the resuscitation council UK NLS subcommittee. Main areas of interest are procedures, resuscitation, decision-making and respiratory care of term and preterm babies. Enjoy trail running, paddleboarding and spending as much time outdoors as possible!
       

    • 99nicu has taken the step to Instagram!
      Follow on https://www.instagram.com/99nicu/
      This idea was brought up by @piatkat in discussion within the new extended 99nicu Team.
      Our plan with this new channel... yet to be fully determined, but presence where many others are present is generally a good thing
       


    • We have re-introduced our auto-generated Newsletter.
      It will come on Wednesdays, and include practically all updates in the forums, the blogs, the Links Directory etc-etc. I hope this will not be too frequent interval, and instead facilitate you to keep updated and also help you to join discussions, post your own topics etc-etc.
      Most of you probably subscribe to this since before. If not, go to your Account Settings and make sure to activate it.
      It is key that your email address assoiciated with your membership is up-to-date. A memberships with an invalid email address will be cleared from our database.

       

    • We welcome Vicky Pane @Vicky Payne and Katarzyna Piatek @piatkat  to the 99nicu Team!
      Vicky is an Advanced Neonatal Nurse Practitioner (ANNP) and Principal Teaching Fellow from the U.K. She teaches trainee ANNPs on the MSc of Advanced Clinical Practice at the University of Southampton, and is interested in the translation of evidence into practice and implementation of evidence in practice. She is currently undertaking a PhD studying the implementation of care bundles to reduce central line-associated bloodstream infections in the neonatal intensive care unit.
      Katarzyna is a polish physician, currently working full-time on her Ph.D. research project within the Baby-friendly Ventilation Study Group in Turku, Finland. She is passionate about family-centered care and meaningful parental presence in the NICU. Enthusiast of Latin dances, Polish cuisine, and Finnish nature (excluding mosquitos and snow in May).
      Both Vicky and Katarzyna have been strong 99nicu supporters and advocates for a long time, lecturing on our (pre-Covid) annual conferences, moderating webinars and being active members on the forums. @Francesco Cardona and I am very happy to have you coming onboard in the 99nicu Team! We will achieve great things together!
       
       

    • Today on #WorldPrematurityDay2020, we share a special thought to all infants/children born prematurely and their families. Naturally, we would also like to tribute NICU staff globally working so hard to help infants and families afflicted by preterm birth.
      Every year, ~15M infants are born prematurely. Most survive to healthy lives but preterm birth is also the leading cause of death in children <5y.


    • You can now beta-test the 99nicu smartphone app
      99nicu.org is based on a software package from Invision Community, and they are now offering "app"-functionality that we can now beta-test. The app is focusing on the discussion forums, the core feature of a web community. 
      The current version of the app is a 'multi-community' app; i.e. a directory of communities using this software. This means that you install an app called "Communities By Invision" and within that app marks 99nicu as your favourite/starting page.
      Later, probably during 2021, it will be possible for us to get a "stand-alone" app.
       
      First of all, install the app:
      Link for iOS: https://testflight.apple.com/join/bzsWOXFO Link for Android: https://play.google.com/apps/testing/com.invisioncommunity.communities  
      Start the app and you will see the following - click on the and "Education" category
       
       
      Scroll down to find "99nicu" and tick mark the "+" to make 99nicu your favourite

       
       
       
       
      Off you go
       


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