Combining forces to improve
newborn health
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Standards launched
in the European Parliament
A joint European effort
to develop standards
for newborn health
About 220 healthcare professionals
and parent representatives
from more than 30 countries
developed the standards.
The neonatal period
and beyond
Standards start with the perinatal
period and continue until well after
discharge into early childhood.
For this reason, they were developed by
healthcare professionals from different disciplines.
Parents and professionals
In the project, parents and health care
professionals worked together as partners.
An open exchange and a respectful partnership
to pave the way for change.

Who is behind the project?

The project was initiated by the European Foundation for the Care of Newborn Infants.

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How are standards developed?

The standards are developed  in 11 interdisciplinary topic expert groups.

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Who supports the project?

More than 120 professional societies and 50 parent organisations support the standards.

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Education & training

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