27.04.2017

Babylotse: Identify – Clarify – Connect!

A guest article by Dr Sönke Siefert, Foundation SeeYou, Hamburg, Germany

Category: News

21.04.2017

Follow-up of the POPS cohort in the Netherlands

A guest article by Dr Sylvia van der Pal and Professor Erik Verrips

Category: News

20.04.2017

Campaign „Let’s help together“

A guest article by Kristel Kukk, MTÜ Enneaegsed lapsed, Estonia

Category: News

19.04.2017

SHIPS research consortium: 4th project meeting in Nijmegen, the Netherlands

Last month the SHIPS project partners met in Nijmegen, the Netherlands, for their 4th project meeting. Whereas t...

Category: News

19.04.2017

Mental health of extremely low birth weight children, adolescents and adults deserves high attention

The Psychological Bulletin recently published a study by Mathewson et al. which analysed all available literatur...

Category: News

13.04.2017

"We all benefit from high-quality follow-up programmes"

A guest article by Mandy Daly, Irish Neonatal Health Alliance

Category: News

07.04.2017

Follow-up care for preterm babies and high-risk neonates: A unique family-centred care project by Essen University Hospital


Dr Hüning, Professor Felderhoff-Müser, a couple of years ago, you have installed a follow-up care prog...

Category: News

04.04.2017

Survival rate for extremely premature infants has improved

Higgins et al. recently published a study in the New England Journal of Medicine regarding the survival rate of ...

Category: News

28.03.2017

Which factors determine postnatal corticosteroid-use in preterm babies in Europe – answers from the EPICE cohort

Before the publication of a recommendation by the American Academy of Pediatrics preterm babies sufferi...

Category: News

28.03.2017

Preterm birth associated with maternal fine particulate matter exposure

A study by Malley et al., recently published in Environment International, aimed to show the first esti...

Category: News

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