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  • Launch of the second NEOvations webinar!


    Vicky Payne

    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.

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