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Changes in the Chair Committee

We are happy to announce that the European Standards of Care for Newborn Health (ESCNH) will be supported by our newest additions to the Chair Committee, Professor Willem de Boode from the Netherlands and Dr Florian Langhammer from Germany who will both act as Vice Chairs for the Topic Expert Group (TEG) Education and training of the multidisciplinary team working in neonatology, as well as Associate Professor Bente Silnes Tandberg from Norway who will act as Vice Chair for the TEG NICU design.

Professor de Boode, Dr Langhammer and Associate Professor Tandberg are great assets to the Chair Committee and will enrich the conversation on how to improve neonatal care across Europe through their outstanding experience and expertise.

A sincere thank you goes out to our former Chair Professor Charles C. Roehr and former Vice Chair Dr Morten Breindahl, both for the TEG Education and training of the multidisciplinary team working in neonatology, as well as former Chair Dr Boubou Hallberg for the TEG NICU design. Their dedication and hard work in the previous years shaped the ESCNH in lasting ways.


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New First Authors

Besides changes in the Chair Committee, we are excited to share that the ESCNH are welcoming 11 new First Authors, who play a crucial role in the current revision of the standards:


Our newest members in the author groups are renowned experts in their fields and will be instrumental in advancing the ESCNH and achieving high-quality reference standards of care in newborn health.


Thank you to our outgoing authors

At the same time, sincere thanks go out to our former first authors who, with their outstanding skills and knowledge, significantly helped in advancing new approaches to neonatal care across Europe:


We would like to thank all authors who contribute their valuable time and expertise to the continuous revision of the ESCNH. Without them, high-quality and evidence-based reference standards in newborn health could not be achieved.