Newborns Vietnam News

Sponsor’s Visit

In October we welcomed Mr Bo Olsen CEO of NRE Group, his wife and family, to the neonatal unit. NRE is a founding donor for the design and development of the neonatal unit, sponsor of the Cycle a Difference t-shirts and the nurse training.

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UK Soothers For Newborns

Dr Vinh, Director of the hospital opened a gift from Dr Liz Crathern one of the Canterbury Christ Church lecturers to discover 200 neonatal soothers, these are not available in Vietnam. A light-hearted moment enjoyed by all.

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Premier Oil announces title sponsorship

Cycle a Difference Vietnam – Asian Business Challenge Ride, March 2014

Premier Oil announced at the Newborns Vietnam reception at the British Consulate in Ho Chi Minh City it will continue as Title Sponsor for Newborns Vietnam’s 2014 Cycle a Difference, Asian Business Challenge Ride.

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Christmas News

Christmas is a time of celebration, reflection, renewal and a new beginning as we prepare to welcome in the New Year. This year our reflection began at our academic partner, Canterbury Christ Church University’s (CCCU) ‘Christmas’ with the Gospel Choir concert.

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Neonatal Nurse Training 3 months on

We are three months into our UK/Da Nang Vietnam neonatal nurse training our academics from Canterbury Christ Church University are really pleased with progress and the incredible hunger of the nurses for knowledge and best practice for implementing this knowledge. The practical teaching supports the development of core nursing competencies and as each new subject […]

Adding Value to the neonatal nurse training – a role for volunteers

Dr Sue Blake, Newborns Vietnam Trustee and newly retired GP with a background in child development started her retirement with six weeks at the Da Nang neonatal unit. Sue has worked very closely with the Canterbury Christ Church academics observing and contributing to the teaching and practical sessions to identify any gaps on the nursing front particularly with regard to the hospital’s interest in moving to more baby focused care with greater parent involvement.

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