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  • Neurodevelopmental Assessment

    The care given at birth and immediately after is a determining factor in survival and long term health outcomes of pre term, low birth weight and sick newborns. Impaired neurodevelopmental outcome is […]

  • Infection Prevention Training

    Huge thanks to Liverpool Women’s Hospital for granting Dr Nim Subhear six weeks sabbatical leave. Nim is part of our UK team of Neonatal Consultants who providing training for the junior doctors at […]

  • Neonatal Nurse Certificate Award Ceremony 2014

    Tuesday 19th August 2014 was a milestone moment for newborns care in Vietnam. The Class of 2013-2014, comprising 27 nurses from the neonatal unit at Da Nang Hospital for Women & Children, were […]

  • Singing To Save Babies

    Survive to Thrive – A Candlelit Celebration of words and music from darkness to light. In November 2010, St Martin’s-in-the-Fields hosted a choral concert organised by leading members of the British property […]

  • Dr Liz Crathern – Warmth And Nutrition – Meeting The Infants Basic Needs

    I am one of the neonatal lecturers on the Newborns Vietnam neonatal nurse training programme and have been privileged to be teaching the nurses about a wide range of neonatal issues, including […]

  • Dr Liz Crathern – Building Bridges – A Process To Teach Management And Leadership Skills In A Fun Way

    As an educationalist and a professional neonatal nurse I understand the importance of embedding an understanding of how to manage and lead neonatal nurses in the neonatal environment more effectively to improve […]

  • A Great Summer

    The Cycle a Difference Vietnam Challenge Ride exceeded all our hopes for fundraising for the neonatal nurse training and the commitment of the cyclists and sponsors was just amazing. It is hard […]