Global Engagement Institute invites international health professionals and advanced students to go to Rwanda to help reduce neonatal mortality caused by birth asphyxia (using Helping Babies Breathe program). Join this opportunity to save lives, inspire, empower and impact – follow this link for more information.
COINN welcomes the Turkish Neonatology Nursing Association, our newest national member! We know that our global collaboration will bring benefits to every newborn infant and their families, every neonatal nurse and allied health professional – together, we believe we can change the world!
COINN needs your expertise. We are seeking volunteers who would like to share their expertise and influence neonatal care, research and education in the global arena. We are looking for individuals willing to serve on the following committees/task forces for future projects: Practice Guidelines/Protocols development Research Projects, Grant Applications Nursing Education and Leadership development Policy […]
The World Health Organization (WHO) just released a report entitled “A Universal Truth: No Health Without A Workforce.” This report outlines the challenges as well as the opportunities for the global community to meet the growing health care demands brought about by universal care reformation. For more information please click here. To learn more about […]
Good news and bad news: decline in child mortality but increase in neonatal… Read full report here to understand why.
The REAL Awards is global awards platform for outstanding health care workers aiming to increase awareness of the urgent need for more trained and supported health care personnel. Vote for your colleague who is making the difference! Download a leaflet and go for more information here
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5th edition of Comprehensive Neonatal Nursing Care by Carole Kenner & Judy Lott is available! Click this link to order!
03/04/2013 – Through generous donations made by the March of Dimes and the American Nurses Credentialing Center, we have a number of educational materials available for nurses. Go to our COINN Store Link (Free items/Donations) to view the current list