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Michelle Dewberry Jul 21
So happy to share that I’m now a mummy! After a month in hospital & lots of complications, my little man came into this world way too early (31 weeks) but takes after his mamma & is a fighter I’m in love❤️ Our next chapter, that of is now upon us. We take it day by day🙏🏻
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Emmy Ruiz Jul 8
When Henry was just days old in , she asked to get on the phone. Thought it was work but little did I know - she wanted to check in on me, on Henry, Steph, and make sure I knew that he was in the best hands. That it would all be ok, and she would be there for us - always. 🥺
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Michael Boyle Jul 1
There are days when there are just no words... I had the huge privilege of seeing one of our little heroes in my clinic today - nailing life 😉. We have the best job in the world and the best gifts are seeing them smile and thrive... but this 🤪
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ESPNIC Jul 23
Are you into building knowledge through networking opportunities that facilitate the exchange of expertise with the leading experts of & ? 👉🏻 👈🏻 With the ESPNIC membership you can achieve this and much more!!! So.. would you join us? 😏
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Pediatric Critical Care Medicine Jul 27
and Feature Article! Hypothermia Plus in Asphyctic Newborns: A Randomized-Controlled Pilot Study Jerez-Calero et al 🇪🇸 :
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SPOONS Charity Jun 29
Navigating through a has been traumatic for some of our have opened up about life on the unit through
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vCreate Jun 12
“Beckie, we know Arthur would love you and we can't wait to tell him all about you." 💙 Today's Superhero is Beckie from Gloucestershire Royal Hospital, congrats! 👏 Click here to read lots of loveliness from Natalie and James:
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Christopher Harris Jun 26
What does poor lung function mean for prematurely born adults? Some long term functional outcome data from the UKOS study.
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Michael Boyle Jul 10
The kindest, hardest working, most compassionate and the best craic bunch of doctors have just left ... changeover is tough on both sides but extremely proud to see such fantastic people in Paeds... enjoy the next job!
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Southlake Jul 2
Southlake's nurses in the dressed up our littlest patients in Canada's colours yesterday, so their parents could enjoy a Canada Day photo shoot. One of the nurses knitted red and white hats for the babies to go home with. 🇨🇦
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Salma Jul 26
I wrote this in the early hours like a stream of consciousness. My mind was racing & I couldn't sleep after a night feed. I hope it demonstrates why, especially for those of us that had babies during Covid-19, there is a need for
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Jochen Profit Jul 13
Great piece by ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩. We’re so blessed to have them contribute their wisdom and energy to ⁦
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KFAFH.Neonatal Jun 27
The impact of on Neonatal Medicine! helping to better understand the state of care for COVID-19 between different areas of the world June 28th at 2:30pm KSA time Registration Link ⤵️
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SPOONS Charity Jun 21
Shout out to the dads today, especially those who find today difficult ♥️ Any dad in who has experienced is welcome to join our dads group
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Jessi Ramirez⚓️ Jul 1
I start work tomorrow and I’m nervous 🏥
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Cally Tann Jun 30
Come join our team! We are looking for a locum neonatal consultant on our level 3 . Closing 11th July, apply here! 👉
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David K Werho Jul 21
This is a great and comprehensive list of resources for anyone who takes care of patients including
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NICU Parent Network Jun 27
According to approximately 9% of women experience postpartum PTSD following childbirth. One of the top contributors is a baby going to the . Many of our member orgs provide resources to help those suffering with this
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Ben Courchia MD Jul 19
Maternal stressors during pregnancy can DIRECTLY affect a baby’s health all the way to adulthood. The BARKER HYPOTHESIS (as it commonly called) describes the fetal origins of many adult diseases. ☯️ ( 😉)
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PremDad Jul 23
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