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ESCNH information brochure is available in Greek and Bulgarian

The information brochure about the European Standards of Care for Newborn Health (ESCNH) are now also available in Greek and Bulgarian.  Our partner Organisation Ilitominon in Greece, Thermokoitida Agapis (Θερμοκοιτίδα Αγάπης) in Cyprus and Our premature children in Bulgaria promoted the European Standards of Care for Newborn Health in workshops and roundtables. The Greek edition of the ESCNH information brochurewas launched on the 21st of June 2019 during an one-day Conference on the topic…
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Important milestones for preterm babies and their parents in the Slovak Republic

A guest article by Iveta Jančoková from the Slovakian parent organisation “maliček” In the Slovak Republic it is not very common that parent representatives have the opportunity to present their cause in an expert forum for medical staff, therefore it was a great honour for us and “maliček” to be invited to talk about the parental view in preterm health during the international congress “Martin's Days 2019”, taking place in Martin. At this conference we took the opportunity to present…
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The NICU of the future: design meets function

Standards in practice - Best practice example for standards of care depicting the NICU of the future written by Dr Atle Moen, Consultant in neonatology at the Department of Neonatology, Rikshospitalet, Oslo University Hospital, Norway Our knowledge of how hospitalised term and preterm infants perceive, relate and are influenced by their surrounding environment has improved significantly during the last 20 years. Infants are negatively influenced…
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Standards of Care: How Norway implements high-quality care

Oslo, December 2018 On the occasion of their 30th anniversary, our Norwegian partner parent organisation Prematurforeningen, chaired a seminar at Rikshospitalet, Oslo, as a national follow-up of the launch of the European Standards of Care for Newborn Health and the Call to Action in Brussels, one month earlier. In only a few months, the organisation managed to reach out to well-known national experts from different disciplines to evaluate care procedures in perinatal and neonatal health on national level and prepared…
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