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  • Our first Webinar - on Delayed Cord Clamping


    Stefan Johansson

     the first 99nicu Webinar - assistant professor Nathan C. Sundgren will lecture on Delayed Cord Clamping, on May 14, 2020 16:00 (CEST)

     

     

    Nathan C. Sundgren, MD, PhD, is medical director of neonatal resuscitation education and assistant professor of Neonatology at Texas Children's Hospital, Houston, Texas, USA. He is concerned about all things related to delivery room care and has published quality improvement work and clinical trials related to delivery room team communication and performance of resuscitation. As an educator, he seeks to use global platforms to spread information on neonatal resuscitation such as on his YouTube channel "TexSun NeoEd.

    This is our first webinar, and if it works well, we aim to run a series of educational webinars during 2020. Stay tuned!

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    waaaw it meet my expectations and very nice to see you guys

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    Thank you very much for this most inspiring webinar about delayed cord clamping

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    Great to connect! Internet helps us to cross borders despite the ongoing pandemic. I hope we can soon launch another #99nicuWebinar!

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    Thanks for a such an well crafted seminar  it really helped me get a fuller inderstanding of delayed cord clamping. 

    Agree on we to have better collaboration.From my experience, as someone who part of job was to find beds for In-utero transfers. I have learned from my seniors and experience that It is essential that there a good communication flow between obs team as and the neonatal team yet it can be a tricky task .

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