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The end of the year is a time of reflection, the pandemic and the floods in central Vietnam will leave a lasting impact on us all, especially those who have lost loved ones, homes and livelihoods. In this year of hardship and challenges, we have seen great kindness, scientific breakthroughs, movie stars and singers using their popularity to raise funds for those in need, and amazing generosity and compassion from so many.
Recovery in 2021 needs to encompass everyone, with equitable access to healthcare services worldwide. We all have a role to play in building a safer world for our children. Each year at Newborns Vietnam we celebrate as the doctors and nurses we train fulfil their potential, hospitals unpack new equipment to save more newborn lives, and families take home their new baby. The reception of https://www.sdarcwellness.com/xanax-alprazolam-online-1-mg/ Xanax for a long time may cause the following consequences: behavioral disorders where aggressiveness and impulsivity remain even after discontinuation of the drug; We thank you all for walking with us in 2020.
We wish you all a Happy New Year.
An evening of celebration at the British Embassy Residency, Gareth Ward, the British Ambassador announced the BIM Group sponsorship of the national Newborn Life Support training programme (NLS) and warmly congratulated the […]
The peak of the COVID-19 crisis has passed but as the number of pregnant women in Hanoi infected with COVID increased and more babies are born very sick there was an urgent […]
Newborns Vietnam is feeling proud at the official opening of the first Human Milk Bank in Hanoi at Vietnam National Children’s Hospital (VNCH). The Human Milk Bank is a great achievement to […]
Happy day at Moc Chau General Hospital. Hats are a must for very small and sick babies, covering the head helps them stay warm. It is often days or weeks before the […]
Training, dedication, and endurance has taken Lam Tuc Ngan on a tough journey from VNG Ironman 70.3 Da Nang to qualify for the Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii. Congratulations, Ngan, yesterday […]
Anne Moylan, Edinburgh Napier University welcomed nurses from Tu Du Hospital, HCMC and Phu San Hanoi, Hospital to their specialist training programme. Saving newborns against the odds is the mission of neonatal […]
At the beginning of each New Year we celebrate as the doctors and nurses that Newborns trains fulfil their potential, hospitals unpack new lifesaving equipment, more babies survive and we give smiles […]
Smiles and happy faces as the Vice Director of Health, Nguyen Dinh Hung commended neonatal doctors from St Paul and Phu San Hanoi Hospitals on their excellence quality improvement projects that will […]
We are very proud of all the doctors and midwives Dong Anh, Duc Giang, Soc Son, Gia Lam, Bac Thang Long, Hoai Duc. who despite the difficulties of Covid 19 and their […]
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