Professor Pierre Tissières and Dr Onno Helder shared their views on patient safety and hygiene, the progress and developments made so far and what they find most rewarding about being experts in this field. You can watch the full video here.
Professor Charles Christoph Röhr, Professor Linda Johnston, Dr Agnes van den Hoogen and Dr Morten Breindahl have been participating in our latest expert interview. Here is what they stated on standards in “education and training”. Watch the full video here.
Professor Mary Fewtrell, Professor of Peadiatric Nutrition at University College London and Professor Berthold Koletzko, Professor of Paediatrics at University of Munich and Head of the Division Metabolic and Nutritional Medicine at Dr. von Hauner Children’s Hospital, University of Munich Medical Centre in Germany are the Chairs of the Topic Expert Group on Nutrition of the […]
The development of reference standards in the European Standards of Care for Newborn Health project is increasingly taking shape. Our editorial team has been working like busy bees to edit the first part of standards. After three days of very productive discussions, we are happy to announce an important milestone: in total, they edited more than 30 […]
The European Standards of Care for Newborn Health project is one of the awardees in the competition “Landmarks in the Land of Ideas”. The “Germany – Land of Ideas” initiative is a “contest of ideas” which offers creative minds from all over Germany a stage for their innovative projects. The aim of the competition is to provide […]
The 4th Chair Committee Meeting of the European Standards of Care for Newborn Health project which is taking place in Freising, Germany, over the last few days, is an ideal occasion to celebrate the world premiere of our brand new image video. With a top-class line-up of healthcare experts, parent representatives, and representatives of EFCNI, the video gives […]
We have taken another important step towards harmonising treatment and care for preterm and ill newborn babies across Europe. More than 40 experts from 17 countries formed a powerful international group at the 4th Chair Committee Meeting of the European Standards of Care for Newborn Health project from 21 to 23 May 2017 in Freising, Germany. In […]
For preterm and sick babies, the follow-up after discharge from hospital and the care they receive during childhood is very important to monitor and support their development. We asked Dr Aleid van Wassenaer Leemhuis and Professor Dieter Wolke, the Chair Team of the Topic Expert Group on Follow-up and continuing care, some questions on important […]