Although we have not yet nailed the venue or date for the next 99nicu Meetup (April 2018, in Vienna!), we want to start to crowdsource the program
In short, we are searching for topics YOU want to see in the program! No matter how controversial, evidence-based, or big or small, we want your input on topics that help you perform better in the NICU, thereby improving long-term outcomes infants you care for.
Also share your dream team of speakers from any corner of the world, who are dedicated, engaging and know how to convey take-home messages! Of note, we are not only looking for superstars. We also want to offer the 99nicu Meetup stage for raising stars. Maybe YOU should come and give a talk
Hello, I am a 3rd year medical student interested in neonatology, but have heard that the work-life balance is pretty difficult and it can be hard to be a good husband/father (or wife/mother) because of the schedule. Most of the practices that I have seen or heard about generally have doctors work ten 24hr shifts per month, which is a 24hr shift every 3 days so you're either on call, post-call, or pre-call all the time. I have talked with a handful of neonatologists about this but I was wondering if I could get a broader perspective on this topic? Thank you!