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December 2020

Together, we can save newborn lives – won’t you join us?

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This week was the end of term for our brilliant doctors and nurses from Phu San Hanoi and St Paul, who have been taking part in online training for the last 32 weeks doing their UK Level 1 Postgraduate Course. Despite all the difficulties that 2020 has brought, the way you have continued to learn and further your training has been outstanding, and we could not be more proud.

 

To mark the end of a great year, Newborns organised a Christmas quiz to look back over the last 32 weeks and we were joined online by some of our wonderful consultants from the UK and the US who led the way with the questions and festivities.

 

Thank you to our fantastic teaching team who have worked together from all over the world to make the online training fun and engaging, we are incredibly grateful for everything you have done for Newborns in this difficult time. Newborns would also like to thank the amazing Dr Lily without whose translation we would have been lost.

 

Happy Christmas from everyone at Newborns Vietnam and we are looking forward to the start of the next term in the new year!

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