INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF NEONATAL EMERGENCY TRANSPORTATION will be organized from April to December 2022. The event is endorsed by UENPS
See you in June!
Make sure to add the 4th Summer Discussions on Neonatology in your 2022 agenda! The Congress Scientific Committee has prepared an outstanding programme which will be highlighted by keynote lectures, interactive discussions, clinical cases presentations, and hands-on workshops to be facilitated by major researchers and experts in neonatal medicine.
Some of the main sessions you should look forward to include:
Delivery room management
Pain management in the NICU
Nutrition of preterm infants
and many more!
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UENPS – Union of European Neonatal & Perinatal Societies
The mission of UENPS is to improve healthcare in the neonatal and perinatal medicine in the European countries. Main goals of UENPS are to improve quality in perinatal and neonatal care by integrating, coordinating and adding national and scientific societies’ efforts, to promote the knowledge of the perinatal indicators and to develop recommendations, guidelines, training of the healthcare providers and any other tool to achieve the best healthcare for every newborn and surveillance of neonatal rights wherever they are born. Following on UENPS’ mission, a division named “UENPS Hall of Knowledge” has been established in 2019. Its aim is to gather all experiences and cultural activities developed throughout the years and offer a wider educational approach to the hot topics of neonatology.
9th ANNual Symposium for Nurse Leaders
Join neonatal colleagues from across the nation this fall in sunny Palm Springs. We will offer three individual programs for neonatal nurses, advanced practice neonatal nurses, and mother baby nurses. Experience outstanding speakers, excellent content, and fun social events with ANN’s nursing community. We believe that we can improve neonatal outcomes through true collaboration amongst all neonatal care providers.
Who Should Attend
The neonatal and advanced practice programs are tailored for Neonatal Nurse Practitioners, Clinical Nurse Specialists, and staff nurses, from the novice nurse to the experienced practitioner. The mother baby program is designed for nurses that work in Mother Baby Units or Level I or II staff nurses.
Your registration includes access to recorded sessions from all three programs. Review what you learned and explore what you missed. The recorded sessions become part of your online library. You will also have until November 15, 2022, to complete session evaluations and earn your CNE contact hours.
On behalf of the Organizing Committee and ECCI Board, we would like to invite you to the fourth meeting of the European Congenital CMV Initiative (ECCI) to be held in Athens, Greece in October 20-21st, 2022.
ECCI is a broad network of experts working on congenital cytomegalovirus (CMV) across Europe. The aim of the initiative is to increase public awareness and promote congenital CMV on the European research agenda. The goal of the ECCI meeting is to promote collaborative research, discuss available evidence, identify research gaps that should be filled to support evidence-based health policies and prioritize the development of much needed prevention and intervention programs. Research teams from all over Europe have the opportunity to share and discuss their results within our community through both oral presentations and poster viewing. ECCI meetings are held every two years and gather more than 150 participants, including obstetricians, pediatricians, virologists, immunologists,epidemiologists,and members of industry.
The ECCI 2022 Scientific Committee is preparing an inspiring Program for this event covering all aspects of epidemiology and burden of disease, diagnosis of maternal, fetal and neonatal infection, prevention of maternal infection and vertical transmission,as wellas treatment and prognosis of fetaland pediatric infection. Recent developments in prophylactic and therapeutic interventions will be discussed. The clinical research capacity in Europe will be mapped and there cent development of a European clinical cCMV registry will be presented. The Meeting will include all of its “classical” features, such as keynote lectures, oral presentations and poster sessions. Furthermore, state-of-the-art laboratory and clinical advances from leading companies are expected to be presented in industry-sponsored symposia.