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  • Nov 17

    World Health Organisation Webinar

    The WHO are hosting a free webinar this THURSDAY 17th NOVEMBER to mark the launch of their recommendations for preterm and low birth weight infants, on World Prematurity Day. Register (and links to recommendations) below: https://www.who.int/news-room/events/detail/2022/11/17/default-calendar/launch-of-the-who-recommendations-for-care-of-the-preterm-or-low-birth-weight-infant Timing

  • Nov 28
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    Growth and body composition of the preterm infant: Implications for Subsequent Health [UENPS/IPOKRaTES]

    Webinar: Growth and body composition of the preterm infant: Implications for Subsequent Health December 13, 2021 at 2 PM CET - What is Optimal Growth? (Neena Modi, UK) December 14, 2021 at 2 PM CET - Early Growth and Outcome (Tanis Fenton, Canada) December 15, 2021 at 2 PM CET - Early diet and long-term consequence (Jae Kim, USA) Registration fee: free of charge! Lin

  • Nov 29
    Happening Today

    Survey on analgosedation in Neonatology

    Dear colleague, We are a group of neonatologists interested in neonatal pharmacology. We have launched worldwide this survey to study neonatal analgesia & sedation management. We would really appreciate your expertise and input! We´d suggest you to reflect the current management of analgesia and sedation in your NICU. The name of the Hospital, that we offer to add at the end of the survey,

  • Dec 16

    Perinatal Care of the Preterm Baby Epidemiology and Ethics

    Perinatal Care of the Preterm Baby-Epidemiology and Ethics This is an online module being organised by the MPROvE Academy starting from the 12th of February till the end of April 2021. The content covered includes limits of viability, prenatal counselling, communication, prognostication, decision making, and a lot more as outlined below. The course has been broken up into content that can be


    • United Kingdom
  • Nov 17

    World Prematurity Day

    The 17th of November each year is the World Prematurity Day. Originally started by parent organisations in Europe in 2008, the World Prematurity Day is an international event aiming at high-lighting the ~15 million infants born preterm each year. Read more about this day on the March of Dimes web site, and on Facebook.

  • Nov 17
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    Individualized Newborn Developmental Intervention Application – Evidence-based (INDIA EBUS) for Preterm Babies (World Prematurity Day 2022)

    World Prematurity Day 2022 Individualized Newborn Developmental Intervention Application – Evidence-based (INDIA EBUS) for Preterm Babies Introduction Because advances in preterm neonatal survival have overtaken advances in preterm birth prevention, the impact of long-term problems on these survivors is becoming more well recognised. Extreme prematurity's neurologic implications range


    • Ace Children's Hospital , Dombivali, Maharashtra, 421201, India
  • Nov 17
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    QUIZ ABOUT BORN TOO SOON

    Each year, an estimated 15 million babies are born prematurely. There is an urgent need to improve long-term outcomes in addition to increasing survival. At the outset of care, neonatal therapists assist with the same goal. The Association of Neonatal Therapists will hold a quiz to raise awareness, empower people, and sensitize them to the issue. Simply register to take the quiz on World Prem


    • Mulund Wesst, Mumbai, Maharashtra , 400080, India

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    • 28 November 2022 11:00 AM Until 29 November 2022 10:00 PM
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      Webinar: Growth and body composition of the preterm infant: Implications for Subsequent Health

      December 13, 2021 at 2 PM CET - What is Optimal Growth? (Neena Modi, UK)

      December 14, 2021 at 2 PM CET - Early Growth and Outcome (Tanis Fenton, Canada)
      December 15, 2021 at 2 PM CET - Early diet and long-term consequence (Jae Kim, USA)
      Registration fee: free of charge!
      Link for registration:https://mcaevents.eventsair.com/webinar-uenps-nutrition-module-5/registration/Site/Register?fbclid=IwAR05NtWn1DEAWBkFior2szAfGAlGLji6zs9IC-Vd1b2Vm5OxQdr7w23QbWA
      Link for registration: 
    • 29 November 2022
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      Dear colleague,
      We are a group of neonatologists interested in neonatal pharmacology. We have launched worldwide this survey to study neonatal analgesia & sedation management.
      We would really appreciate your expertise and input!
      We´d suggest you to reflect the current management of analgesia and sedation in your NICU.
      The name of the Hospital, that we offer to add at the end of the survey, is requested only to avoid duplicated responses and will be deleted before processing the data. No single person or institution will receive information regarding individual answers to the survey.
      The survey will take 10 minutes or less to complete.
      In case you have any questions or want to comment on something, you can do so via email carribass@unav.es .
      We really appreciate your participation in advance!

      https://es.surveymonkey.com/r/W92CYM7  
      cover letter neonatologist analgesia survey.pdf
    • 08 December 2022 Until 09 December 2022
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      French Society of Neonatology present SFN presents their anual Conference in the Paris 12 th district.  Presides Prof. Cyril FLAMANT for scientific section of the conference  and Prof.Jean-Christophe ROZE for Société Française de Néonatalogie (SFN).
        Guest Speakers : Petra Hüppi, HUG in Geneva.
      JFRN22_PROGRAMME.pdf
    • 16 December 2022 12:00 PM
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      Perinatal Care of the Preterm Baby-Epidemiology and Ethics
      This is an online module being organised by the MPROvE Academy starting from the 12th of February till the end of April 2021. The content covered includes limits of viability, prenatal counselling, communication, prognostication, decision making, and a lot more as outlined below. The course has been broken up into content that can be imbibed weekly with a webinar covering that topic. The course has online content, and videos for review by the participants. Participants can access this from anywhere in the world. For more details a video of the course is attached.
      For registration please contact Dr Alok Sharma Consultant Neonatologist on draloksharma74@gmail.com 
       
       
       



    • 25 January 2023 07:00 AM Until 27 January 2023 04:00 PM
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      Join us for the next POCUS course in Gothenburg, Sweden in Lung ultrasound and NPE/TnEcho.
      Course directors: Nadya Yousef and Yogen Singh
      Registration is now open!
      More info on our homepage!
      https://www.neonataltraining.org/home-1
       
       


    • 08 February 2023 04:00 AM Until 09 February 2023 02:00 PM
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      Dear Colleagues 
      We now have dates for the neonatal simulation instructor course for the 8th and 9th of February 2023. 
       
      Background
      The MPROvE neonatal simulation instructor course was established in 2012. The concept MPROvE relates to multidisciplinary education of any kind (i.e. multidisciplinary neonatal simulation, or TEL) being used to improve the quality of care and or neonatal outcomes. The MPROvE team delivers the neonatal simulation instructor course in 2 modules. The intention is to help institutions, hospitals, teams and specialties develop faculty skilled in using simulation and technology enhanced learning as an educational tool for quality improvement, delivery of high-quality neonatal care and to improve neonatal outcomes. The course is run in Southampton annually but can be delivered anywhere in the world over 2 days. The team brings the manikins, and the trainers can come down to your institute to train your faculty.
       
      Course Overview
      The MPROvE neonatal instructor training course was established by Neonatologists, and experts in simulation education. The course helps to train individuals in becoming simulation instructors, but the aim is the faculty development of multidisciplinary teams. Training provided includes learning how to develop faculty, run and administer  programmes cost-effectively and use simulation and TEL as a tool in their set up.  
      The course addresses the following over 2 days- • Educational principles in simulation, Adult learning theory, • Modelling delivery of your simulation programme • Scenario design, Packaging of Scenarios, Manikin Modification and Moulage • Debriefing principles, Debriefing styles, Difficult Debriefing • Running high fidelity simulation and equipment training • Issues of confidentiality and ethics • Simulating death 
      The course also provides a platform for those wanting to gain accreditation with ASPIH or SSH (CHSE exam)
      Registration
      Further information can be accessed through the following link
      Details of the tentative programme are attached below.
       
      Dr Alok Sharma Consultant Neonatologist  Corniche Hospital Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates MBBS MD MRCPCH CCT Paediatrics (Neonatal Medicine) UK  Certificate in Health Care Simulation and Education (SSH) Director  & Founder Multiprofessional Neonatal Education Academy United Kingdom (www.mproveacademy.com) Module 1 Master Copy.pdf Module 2 Master Copy.pdf Accreditation.pdf
    • 10 February 2023 04:30 AM Until 02:15 PM
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      Dear Colleagues,
       
      The neonatal difficult airway course (NDAC) was established in 2012 as a QI initiative in airway training. MPROvE relates to multidisciplinary education of any kind (i.e. multidisciplinary neonatal simulation, or TEL) being used to improve the quality of care and or neonatal outcomes. The MPROvE team delivers the neonatal simulation instructor course in 2 modules over 1 day. The intention is to help individuals, institutions, hospitals, teams and co specialties to develop skills in crisis resource management, human factors and advanced neonatal airway stabilisation. The MPROvE group has helped develop the course in multiple centres around the UK in Bridgend and Burnley respectively. The course is run annually and is free to paediatric trainees in Wessex Deanery. MPROvE instructors have trained over 200 participants in the UK. 
      Course Overview
      The MPROvE neonatal instructor training course was established by Neonatologists, and experts in simulation education. The course combines lectures, workshops and simulation to help deliver training in approaching different  situations dealing with difficulties in managing the neonatal airway. The intention is to provide teams the ability to deal with these emergencies in a structured way using CRM principles.
      The course addresses the following over 1 days- • CRM/HRM principles in managing neonatal emergencies • Difficult neonatal airway equipment and adjuncts (Workshops) • Traffic light pathway in managing the difficult neonatal airway • Preparing a difficult neonatal airway trolley • Evidence based use of sedation and paralysis in neonates • Checklists-Pre intubation, Pre extubation • Cant intubate Cant Ventilate Situations in Neonatology • Videolaryngoscopy training • Workshops on using the Glidescope, Airtraq, C-MAC, and  Bougie intubation •
      We run the last part of the day using medium and high-fidelity simulators with modifications to enhance the user experience of realistic clinical conditions.
      Registration
      If you would like to register please go to www.mproveacademy.com
      A sample progamme is attached
      Updated Programme.pdf
    • 12 September 2023
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      Certification in Neonatal Therapy 2021
      Requirements for Certification in Neonatal Therapy include Qualified and Licensed Therapist who is holding Elite membership of Association of Neonatal Therapists. He/she should have completed 40 hours of training in neonatal therapy/care (direct teaching and or webinar), upto 350 hours of Direct Mentoring in Affiliated Set up. Kindly use following checklist for your reference.
      1) Completed Post Graduation (Final year student can apply) 
      2) Active License
      3) Elite Member of Association of Neonatal Therapists
      4) Active professional membership of ANT
      5) 40 hours of training in neonatal therapy (direct teaching / online webinar) ...scrutiny about validity of the courses will be done.
      6 ) 350 + hours of Direct mentoring in affiliated set up - after examination 
      Cost Rs. 40000/- (Approximately)
      7) Exam fees INR 1000/- Rs
      😎 TRAIN Workshop completion (during mentorship)
    • 17 November 2023
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      The 17th of November each year is the World Prematurity Day. Originally started by parent organisations in Europe in 2008, the World Prematurity Day is an international event aiming at high-lighting the ~15 million infants born preterm each year.
      Read more about this day on the March of Dimes web site, and on Facebook.
    • 17 November 2023 12:00 PM Until 01:00 PM
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      World Prematurity Day 2022
      Individualized Newborn Developmental Intervention Application – Evidence-based (INDIA EBUS) for Preterm Babies
      Introduction
      Because advances in preterm neonatal survival have overtaken advances in preterm birth prevention, the impact of long-term problems on these survivors is becoming more well recognised. Extreme prematurity's neurologic implications range from moderate behavioural and cognitive abnormalities to severe impairment. The goal of perinatal neuroprotection is to reduce these effects. Let's discuss about how we can make a difference with new and revolutionary INDIA EBUS (Individual Newborn Developmental Intervention Application – Evidence-based & Ultra SMART).
      Objectives
      At the end of presentation, the participants will be able to
      • Enumerate five different aspects of Developmental care of the preterm babies.
      • Justify the need of Individualized Developmental Intervention in the NICU
      • Explain at least three environmental modifications and stimulation as per the age of the premature baby.
       
      Duration – 45 minutes
      Date – 17th November, 2022 @1730 hours.
      Venue –
      Ace children’s Hospital, Dombivli
      Star Colony, Nandivali Panchanand, Dombivli East, Dombivli, Maharashtra 421201

      Speaker –
      Hemant Nandgaonkar, Occupational Therapist, Mumbai.
      Hemant is Mumbai based Occupational Therapist. He is currently the President of the Association of Neonatal Therapists in India and the Faculty for Development and Supportive Care for Newborns and Children.
       
      Audience
      Neonatal nurses, neonatologists, paediatricians, Gynaecologists, Neonatal therapists and all other stakeholders involved in NICU care
       
      To register
      https://forms.gle/a1brhKpR7XAqeyna7
       
      World Prematurity Day Ace.pdf
    • 17 November 2023 01:00 PM Until 02:00 PM
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      Each year, an estimated 15 million babies are born prematurely. There is an urgent need to improve long-term outcomes in addition to increasing survival.
      At the outset of care, neonatal therapists assist with the same goal. The Association of Neonatal Therapists will hold a quiz to raise awareness, empower people, and sensitize them to the issue. Simply register to take the quiz on World Prematurity Day 2021.
      Venue - Online
      Day - 17th November 2021
      Time - 6.30pm to 7.15pm (IST)
       
      Registration link: 
      https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf8tZuziBOTtDFGWi7Lz-EGykYVJNFwcIU-hp1zzGysSCdNhA/viewform
       

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