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  1. This September I had the opportunity to go to BAPM-EBNEO to kept Learning a out Neonatology and hopefully network with the EBNEO, so glad I was to see peeps face to face. This kept motivated to finish my PhD as I re-embark in find a new supervisor _only 1.5 yrs to go. I was real hard to let of the clinician in me as , this is my comfort zone. As a budding academic I get explore ideas and ways to implement them. Last year, I took a small detour as jr.posdoc and spent time studying system thinking, process and how to improve health using design thinking. An important fact , I beat my fear of being back in UK .I had mild anxious feeling about going to bapm but Northerners are such lovely folks. Those at the Conference where quite welcoming. ----------- Product Reviews: Review BAPM. Probiotics Pro-prems finally available in individual sachets pre-dose sachets that in my opinion provide a higher security and is more practical. Only maltodextrin . Need mixing with 3 ml in H20. This has more of a track record as it collaboration with a company who been working bio culture for a long time pharmaceuticals grade certified. Vegan alternative for well babies is Labinic drop available liquid bottle comes in 5mls flask_recommended dose 0.2ml( a syringe is needed). Ideally given with maternal milk ( EBM ). * free off dairy, soya, sweetener, presevatives. Good for neonates with intolerances. Both have different formula of microbiota but have a 1 bifidobacterium probiotic in common. Amount of bacteria are specified in the ingredientes list of of proprems on the box. Nëo from ant neuro aEEG The most distinctive item to provide EEG monitoring to Neonate at the bed side. It features a user friendly screen, allowing NICU professionals easy access to interpret resulting brain waves. Electrode are applied through a cap, as I understand help to give a clearer signal. Bliss finally got to nicu mile stone card which are such lovely way to involve parents and make progress. Favorite is parent centered care poster. Bili bluelight . Compared to the standard it is small portable and easily stored . complement comes with a stand.Practical and can carried around, easily stored in the unit. Li-lac As one who had to deal a lot of of documentation I found Li-lac EBM labeling, sorting and tracking useful from quality & safety point of view. I found quite easy to use and track on a smartphone,and it builds an audit trail.Not sure how easy the set up is . Especial mention to SHED/S/upport & H/elp for E/very D/ad : providing specific support for dad whose babies are admitted to NICU. Disclaimer: I have no ties to any of companies. Review Health devices enthusiasts academic. Permission for all pics .
  2. The European Neonatal Ethics Conference is one of the premier events discussing issues involving ethical care around a variety of aspects in neonatal care. It is held every 3 years and is being held in Southampton United Kingdom this year. Besides addressing a number of different topics including issues of neonatal palliative care, organ donation and extremes of viability it is opportunity to share ethical practice across Europe. Venue -St Mary's Stadium Southampton UK Dates 14th & 15th November 2019 Initial Flyer Call for Abstracts-We are calling for abstracts for oral presentations, poster presentations, debates and round table discussions. More details are available here Website-http://www.wonepedu.com/NeoEthics-Conference.html Video-
  3. European Neonatal Ethics Conference 1st and 2nd May 2014 Venue: Chilworth Manor Hotel Southampton United Kingdom Simulation Neonatal Ethics & Difficult Situations Workshops 1st May 2014 The first day challenges participants to address challenging issues, ethical dilemmas, and difficult clinical circumstances in a safe simulated environment. Simulations cover decision making regarding difficult ethical scenarios, limits of viability, neonatal death, and serious medical errors. Workshop 1 Neonatal Ethics 15 places Workshop 2 Difficult Situations 15 places Conference 2nd May 2014 The second day allows neonatal staff from different European centers to interact and share with each other practices governing Rights of the newborn Withdrawal of intensive care Extremes of viability Issues of Faith, Pain Conflict within the team about decisions When/How to approach your ethics committee Providing Expert opinions The first day of the conference is limited to 30 delegates in two workshops. Participants from all over Europe are welcome For more information visit the website www.wonepedu.com Contact: Dr Alok Sharma Consultant Neonatologist Lead Wessex Oxford Neonatal Education Programme Lead Neonatal Education Simulation Training (NEST) Princess Anne Hospital University Hospital Southampton SO16 5YA Tel: 07725868090 Email: aloksharma@nhs.net Web: www.wonepedu.com European_Sim_Flyer.doc
  4. Paula Dellabarca

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    Council of International Neonatal Nurses Conference 2019 to be held in Auckland, New Zealand from 5th to the 8th May. www.coinn2019.com
  5. I just want to share some brief news about our next Meetup, 7-10 April 2019 at Rigshospitalet in Copenhagen/Denmark. We (i.e myself, @Francesco Cardona @RasmusR @Christian Heiring , Gorm Greisen and Morten Breindahl) are currently working on the program lectures and workshops. I just want to share the first five confirmed speakers and their topics: Morten Breindahl: Neonatal transports – how to do them safe and easy Ola Andersson: Cord Clamping, 1.0 and 2.0 Ravi Patel: How to explain when NEC rates persist – even when a NICU does everything “Right” Ulrika Ådén: Infants surviving at the limit of viability, what are the outcomes? What shall we do? Gorm Greisen: Ethical decision making around the limit of viability- lessons from Scandinavia I'll update you all with more names and topics as they are confirmed Looking forward to meet up in Copenhagen!
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    Our Port Said Neonatology Society is honored to invite you to its 9th Neonatology Conference 18th October 2018 NEONATOLOGY IN PRACTICE Venue: Tolip golden plaza (Omar Ibn El-Khattab- Masaken Al Mohandesin, Nasr City, Cairo Governorate Egypt) Conference honorary president : prof Salah Nassar (Pediatric department - Cairo university) Conference president: dr Osama Hussein (President of Port said neonatology society) Conference sessions: Thursday 18th of October Registration on Port said Neonatology society Email: portsaidnicus@gmail.com Deadline of participation and submission of abstracts : 1/10/2018 Language: English & Arabic languages Presentation: Papers will be invited for oral with datashow presentation Abstracts: should be sent to the group mail: portsaidnicus@gmail.com Conference reservation: contact Spark travel office: 201007557666 - Spark.acc@hotmail.com
  7. Dear Colleagues, We are organizing the next annual neonatal simulation conference in September on the 26th and 27th of September 2017 at the Grand Harbour Hotel Southampton in the summer. The conference has a multidisciplinary theme of ‘Simulating Together to Improve Neonatal Outcomes’. We are looking to showcase work done by you in the field of neonatal simulation and technology enhanced learning. There are 8 workshops, 16 plenary sessions and we will be accepting podium presentations and posters as well. There will be dedicated sessions covering simulation technology, debriefing, new mannikins, moulage, manikin modification and barriers to the uptake of simulation. This conference is about your work, let us learn from you. Amongst the awards to be won are ‘Young Investigator of the Year’, ‘Multidisciplinary Simulation Team of the Year’, ‘Application of Technology Enhanced Learning in Neonatal Care’ and ‘NEOSIMTEL CHAMPIONS’. For further information, speakers, and an abstract form or brochure please visit http://www.mproveonline.com/conference We are currently inviting abstracts for all the above including workshops. If you have a neonatal simulation programme and would like to present your work, or are a multiprofessional neonatal team looking to highlight technology enhanced learning in neonatal education please apply through the abstract form. Best Wishes Dr Alok Sharma (aloksharma@nhs.net) & Dr Ranjit Gunda (drgunda@gmail.com)
  8. Port Said Neonatology Society is honored to invite you to its Eighth Neonatology Conference 18-21 October 2017 Venue: Al Fayrouz resort Port Said Six Pre -conference workshops: Wednesday 18th & Friday 20th of October Conference sessions: Thursday 19th & Friday 20th of October Registration link
  9. Dear Colleagues, We are inviting abstracts for presentation for the European Neonatal Ethics Conference 2016 to be held in Oxford United Kingdom on the 1st and 2nd June 2016. For further details go to http://www.wonepedu.com/NeoEthics-Conference.html Abstracts and Registration are now open. The link for abstracts is http://www.wonepedu.com/Abstract_Template_2016_.pdf Final Programme DWAS.pdf EuropeanNeoEthicsWorkshops.pdf Theevent.pdf
  10. Port said neonatology society will launch its Fifth neonatology conference, at the 23rd -24th of October 2014, Al Fayrouz resort, Port said. Sessions will start at 5.30 pm Thursday 23rd & Friday the 24th at 10 am & 5.30 pm. There will be a preconference NRP doctors' workshop at the 22nd 23rd of October, another workshop about neonatal echocardiography will be held at Friday 24th . Attending the conference sessions is free but for accommodation at Al Fayrouz resort, a sponsoring company is needed. Registration is needed to attend conference sessions by sending personal data (name, address, workplace, mobile & email), by an email to portsaidnicus@gmail.com. Our organizer: Spark travel, Telefax: +20(2) 240 33 427 / Mob: 01007557666 Address: 8Dr. Mohamed Hamam St, Nasr City, Cairo-
  11. 2014 Update in Neonatal Nephrology. March 28, 2014. New York, USA This is a CME/CE conference for neonatologists, pediatric nephrologists, pediatric urologists, fellows in training, and allied health professionals with an interest in neonatal nephrology. This conference will provide a forum for specialists in the field to interact and discuss new developments in our understanding and management of congenital anomalies of the kidney and urinary tract (CAKUT), comprehensive treatment of neonatal AKI and long‐term effects of low nephron number from prematurity. Date and venue Friday, March 28, 2014 7:30am ‐ 4pm Heart Conference Center, Vivian and Seymour Milstein Family Heart Center New York‐Presbyterian Hospital 173 Fort Washington Avenue, New York City 10032 2014 Update in Neonatal Nephrology_please post and share.pdf neonatal nephrology.pdf
  12. Hot Topics are coming up! This year's topics include: Genomics Oxygen Targets Clinical Pearls News from the NIH Advances in Preterm Nutrition "Green Apples & Rotten Apples" Results of the TOBY Children Study Anyone going? More information: http://www.hottopics.org/
  13. Our first conference is to be held in Portsaid Egypt, at the 21 st - 23 rd of October 2010, it's a conjoint effort from Portsaid NICU workers to help raise the quality of life for our neonates. The title will be Perinatal medicine, so obstetricians will participate also in this conference in our charming city of Portsaid on Suez Canal, hope you share this acitivity with us M Osama Hussein El Nasr NICU Portsaid
  14. Evidence-based neonatology. 2-5 June 2011. Stockholm, Sweden For more info: www.ebneo.org Click here to subscribe to email updates here.
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