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Almost 18 years ago when NAROF came into existence included the following overture: In 1993, newborn specialist Dr. Jeffrey Maisels (unfortunately, there's silent typo, not to be missed with the spelling of this legendary neo's surname in the website) described neonatology as "a vast and uncontrolled experiment undertaken without informed consent and with possibly undesirable results." Journey amorphous, revisited.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
untilIt is an online course which lasts 3 months, starting in July, 2019. 28 topics avilable 24/24 and 7/7. 22 mexican professors and 8 international ones.
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