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  1. Q INDIA EBUS The Best for NICU Q - INDIA EBUS is designed to protect the brain at the earliest for better performance throughout life. INDIA is an acronym for Individual Newborn Developmental Intervention Application. Individual intervention is based on the cues given by the baby and aimed at preventing stress on the immature developing brain. Technology is used for reliable and consistent care by all the team members to facilitate professional communication. A key element of the app is that all the components are measurable and you get a score for each developmentally supportive intervention. Begin early intervention during acute care rather than relying on the post-discharge developmental intervention. Key Features: An easy framework for offering Developmentally Supportive Care. Readymade suggestions for age-appropriate stimulation based on PMA Evidence-based practical solutions for brain-oriented care in the NICU Easy documentation and monitoring of neurodevelopmental care in the NICU
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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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    Third Annual National Conference of Neonatal Therapy (Virtual Event) More details on https://www.neonataltherapy.org/ https://www.nipmr.org.in/ Brochure_Neonatal-1-compressed.pdf
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    National institute of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (NIPMR) organizes the 3rd Annual National Conference of Association of Neonatal Therapists(ANT) in collaboration with ANT. VENUE: Virtual Platform DATE : 03.09.2021&04.09.2021 THEME: ‘Neonatal Therapy: Practice guidelines- Setting the trend ‘. Greetings from the desk of scientific committee of the 3rd Annual National Conference of Association of Neonatal Therapists (ANT.The scientific committee invites abstracts towards the 3rd d Annual National Conference of Association of Neonatal Therapists (ANT. GUIDELINES FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSION: 1.The abstracts should be based on the original research work of the professional. 2.The abstracts should be related to neonatology. 3.The abstracts should not be more than 250 words. 4.The abstract should include the Title, Author(s), Aims & Objectives, Methodology, Results and Conclusion. 5.The abstracts should be typed using Times New Roman &font, Size must be 12. 6.The spacing between paragraphs must be 1.5 The last date to submit the abstract is 12.08.2021. Abstracts should be sent to scicomneoant@gmail.com The scientific committee of NEOANT 2021 calls for essays from professionals & students of Occupational therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech & Language Pathology, Neonatology, Developmental Therapy & Developmental Pediatrics. For more information - https://www.nipmr.org.in/ https://www.neonataltherapy.org/ Theme for Essay: ‘’Innovations in Neonatal Therapy “ Scientific Committee NEOANT CONFERENCE2021
  5. Dear Professional, I am writing to ask for your participation in a survey that aims to explore the issue of scope of neurodevelopmental care in NICU. This survey will immensely help the field of as it addresses a contemporary issue that may affect the future and growth of the this aspect of care across the world. Hence, your response to this survey is very critical. This is a short survey and takes only about 3-4 minutes to complete. The last day to complete this survey is May 10, 2020. Your participation in this survey is strictly voluntary and your responses will be kept confidential. Completing the survey indicates your consent to participate in this study. No personal identifying information will be associated with your responses in any reports of this data. Should you have any further questions or comments, please feel free to contact me via handsotcon@gmail.com Thank you for your participation! Sincerely, Nandgaonkar Hemant
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