Pediatrics Conference Details

The International Neonatology Association Conference (INAC 2014) CME

Date: April 3-5, 2014
Location: Valencia , Spain
Email: secretariat@worldneonatology.com
URL: http://worldneonatology.com/
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The International Neonatology Association aims at improving new born survival and help improve standards of education in the field of neonatology. The organization also attempts to define minimal standards that need to be made available to all new born in the world, promote high standards of neonatal care, enhance quality of care for a patients and families, decreasing health disparities and improving health care outcomes.

With the 2014 INA Conference, the organization continues to full fill its mission to train, educate & update those professionals taking care of New Born, while at the same time stimulating and allowing each one of you the opportunity to meet and / or create your own professional network of colleagues & friends.

The 2014 INAC is the perfect setting to get the most updated, state of the art information on the latest developments in research and clinical practice in the field of Neonatology. It also gives you the opportunity to debate on controversial issues and to contribute, with your own voice, to the practice of neonatology. For young professionals it is the perfect occasion not only to actively participate in the congress where you can discuss your research work with Internationally renowned neonatologists but also to participate in the skill enhancing workshop.

The International Neonatology Association aims at improving new born survival and help improve standards of education in the field of neonatology. The organization also attempts to define minimal standards that need to be made available to all new born in the world, promote high standards of neonatal care, enhance quality of care for a patients and families, decreasing health disparities and improving health care outcomes.

With the 2014 INA Conference, the organization continues to full fill its mission to train, educate & update those professionals taking care of New Born, while at the same time stimulating and allowing each one of you the opportunity to meet and / or create your own professional network of colleagues & friends.

The 2014 INAC is the perfect setting to get the most updated, state of the art information on the latest developments in research and clinical practice in the field of Neonatology. It also gives you the opportunity to debate on controversial issues and to contribute, with your own voice, to the practice of neonatology. For young professionals it is the perfect occasion not only to actively participate in the congress where you can discuss your research work with Internationally renowned neonatologists but also to participate in the skill enhancing workshop.

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Read Article Summaries From Top Medical Journals

1 Pulse oximetry with clinical assessment to screen for congenital heart disease in neonates in China: a prospective study The Lancet, April 23, 2014 Evidence Based Medicine
2 Prevalence of early-onset neonatal infection among newborns of mothers with bacterial infection or colonization: A systematic review and meta-analysis BMC Infectious Diseases, March 9, 2015 Free full text Evidence Based Medicine Review Article
3 Blood pressure screening for critical congenital heart disease in neonates Pediatric Cardiology, June 5, 2014 Review Article
4 Important considerations for the newborn: access to postdischarge newborn care, pulse oximetry screening for congenital heart disease, and circumcision Current Opinion in Pediatrics, November 10, 2014 Review Article
5 Detection of critical congenital heart defects: Review of contributions from prenatal and newborn screening Seminars in Perinatology, May 14, 2015 Review Article

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