RESEARCH PRIORITIES SURVEYCOINN 2019 ConferenceALIGNN PRESS RELEASE

RESEARCH PRIORITIES SURVEY

We are inviting nurses from all over the globe to take part in the survey and we hope that the findings will underpin the development international research projects in the future.

COINN 2019 Conference

The 10th Council of International Neonatal Nurses Conference (COINN2019) will take place in Auckland, New Zealand, from May 5 to 8, 2019.

ALIGNN PRESS RELEASE

Introducing ALIGNN. A new alliance to promote neonatal health, globally.

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The Council of International Neonatal Nurses (TM) or COINN is an exciting organization that represents nurses who…

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Resources

Here you will find useful information (websites, videos, webinars, COINN articles and position statements) that might help…

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Events

There are many events and conventions associated with COINN. View the calendar below for more information on…

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COINN works to raise the standards for neonatal care and neonatal nursing education. COINN partners…

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The Neonate is Being Noticed

Today the RMC neonatal working group met to discuss respectful neonatal care. The RMC working group consists of several governmental ...
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For the First Time Newborns are Recognized as a Separate Human

For the first time, newborns were given their own space at the World Health Assembly. Why is this important? Because ...
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CALL for COINN Conference Hosting 2021

Neonatal Nurses Organizations whose members provide care to neonates and their families are invited to submit a proposal to host ...
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Get to know the Neonatal Nursing world in other areas of the world by clicking below.

Country Representatives

COINN is part of the growing international community of nurses that represents a resource for nurses that want to form a national or local organization, create guidelines for care or professional standards or just want advice on neonatal nursing issues. We have listed contacts worldwide that are ready and willing to help you with your individual queries.