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    • Our conference the Future of Neonatal Care is now only a 2 weeks away, and we are really looking forward to welcome everyone attending.
      We expect around 130 delegates, Faculty members and Partner representatives, as of today representing 32 countries around the globe. A truly international group of people, from East to West, from North to South.
      We are excited and truly honoured to welcome you all to Vienna!
      And yes, we still have a few seats available. But only a few.
      Click here to see if one is available for you

    • We proudly present Amnion Life as a new Supporting Partner of 99nicu!
      Amnion Life will add an unrestricted educational grant supporting to our funds for IT services and for the upcoming meetup in Vienna. Much appreciated!
      Amnion Life is a medical device company founded to develop the AmnioBed, an amniotic neonatal incubator system.
      AmnioBed is a novel, patented and sophisticated incubator that creates a simulated amniotic fluid self-regulating, sterile submersion bath environment, similar to the mother’s womb, to recreate an ideal environment to nurture preterm infants. The AmnioBed is intended to provide critical, ongoing development and nurturing to in-turn decrease short and long-term complications that are common in premature birth.
      Read more about Amnion Life and AmnioBed on http://amnion.life/

    • Although still named "Preliminary Program", the lecture and workshop program for the Future of Neonatal Care is more or less finalized now. The meeting will give up to 25 CME credits.  Please find the program folder attached to this post.
      Like to meeting in Stockholm 2017, this meeting will set off in a spirit of learning, in a friendly atmosphere. Once again, we will also use the sli.do smartphone app to engage everyone in polls, comments and questions.
      Visit the dedicated meeting web site on https://99nicu.org/meetup/


    • Although the saying "There as an for everything" is not entirely true, I recently found out about a few great apps for NICU staff.
      In the Link Directory, there is now an App's category.
      I have added three app's there
      LactMed - database on pharmaceuticals and breastfeeding Biliapp - bilirubin charts Neomate - guidelines used by the London Neonatal Transfer Service (NTS) Would be great to include more neonatology apps in our Link Directory!
      Log in and you can add links directly. Or comment below and we do it for you.

    • The 24 hour countdown for Early Birds is starting!
      If you want to join us at the discounted rate, register no later than January 15.
      Sign up today
      Why come to the Future of Neonatal Care?
      Reason #1 Interactivity
      We believe conferences should be a place to exchange knowledge and give anyone a chance to ask questions. Participants at our last conference especially enjoyed “very good discussions” and “plenty of time for questions”. We use an app to allow for immediate feedback from participants. Additionally, we will have workshops on current important issues of neonatology like parent-centered care, best practice in applying surfactant and simulation training in neonatology.
      Reason #2 Future
      Our topics are focused on how neonatology will develop in the future. What skills will the neonatologist need to perform best practice neonatology (echo, LISA)? How can we identify infants that are in risk of deteriorating? What tools will help us treat our infants on the neonatal ward (ultrasound, aEEG, NIRS, MRI)? How should we design our neonatal wards ideally? And how can we work together with parents for optimal outcomes?

    • The "Future of Neonatal Care", our upcoming meeting in Vienna 9-12 April 2018, is now only three months away.
      This weekend is the last chance for you to sign up for the discounted Early Bird Rate. Click here to register
      This meeting is an IRL event for bringing the neonatal community together, for staff sharing a passion to provide the best neonatal care. While our vision is to promote evidence-based neonatal care, and acknowledge the limitations thereof, we focus on the learning experience by creating a friendly and interactive context.
      The conference will span over a wide range of topics, for example the Golden Hour, LISA, hypoglycemia, NICU design, follow-up of preterm infants, hypothermia, functional echo, lung ultrasound, and palliative care. There will also be workshops on LISA, PICC line placement, family-based care and simulation.
      See You in Vienna!

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