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NEONATAL HEMODYNAMICS

To create an international network involving leaders in the field of neonatal hemodynamics in order to foster high quality collaborative research and quality improvement work focused at improving the hemodynamics care provided to neonates in intensive care units across the globe.

To bring together the major academic centres around the world in the field of neonatal hemodynamics under one collaborative umbrella and to provide clinicians a window into the evolving world of neonatal hemodynamics and access to training opportunities with renowned experts.

Discover international opportunities for continuing education pertaining to neonatal hemodynamics.

TNE/NPE Curriculum

A web-based lecture series focusing on foundational concepts in neonatal echocardiography.
Target audience: trainees involved in performing neonatal echocardiography.

November 3, 2021 - 2:00 PM Eastern
Lecture 4: Atypical Acute Pulmonary Hypertension after Birth (speaker: Dr. Neil Patel)

NHRC Site Presentations

Educational presentations by participating sites, pertaining to neonatal hemodynamics.
Target audience: trainees and clinicians interested in neonatal cardiovascular medicine.

November 10, 2021 - 2:00 PM Eastern
Lecture 1: Cardiopulmonary dynamics in Newborns with Covid-19 (speaker: Dr. Daniel Ibarra Ríos)

PAHC-NHRC Webinars

Educational presentations organized by the Pan American Hemodynamics Collaborative and Neonatal Hemodynamics SIG at the American Society of Echocardiography.

December 15, 2021 02:00 PM Eastern

Hemodynamics Journal Club/Case Reports

Critical appraisal of key hemodynamics articles and written cases highlighting common hemodynamic problems. Target audience: trainees and clinicians interested in neonatal cardiovascular medicine.

Check out the November case by clicking on the Case of the month button below

NHRC Committees and Roles

Oversight :

Provides overarching guidance and direction to the NHRC by liaising with all committees to evaluate current activities and to discuss future directions including potential NHRC revenue generation. Additional responsibilities include commissioning mentorship groups for multisite research projects (including multisite RCTs) and writing groups for consensus-based NHRC academic work in consultation with the academic committee co-chairs.

TNE Curriculum :

Responsible for creating a core curriculum of TNE/NPE foundation concepts for trainees by developing a lecture series of monthly pre-recorded presentations followed by a live post presentation discussion with the speaker and session moderators. The curriculum, once developed, will be run yearly for incoming trainees.

Educational Events :

Responsible for overseeing four international continuing education opportunities pertaining to neonatal hemodynamics for trainees and clinicians interested in neonatal cardiovascular medicine. Details regarding each educational event can be found on the NHRC site landing page.

Academic :

Responsible for providing guidance and mentorship to participating members in four key areas: multisite research and formal grant mentorship, new research and/or clinical program development, prospective multisite neonatal hemodynamic RCTs, and guideline and position statement development.

Fellow & Junior Faculty :

Responsible for assigning trainees to NHRC committees, providing recommendations to the Oversight committee on how the NHRC could enhance support for trainee education, and providing guidance and mentorship to junior trainees.

Explore past and ongoing collaborative hemodynamics research being conducted among participating sites

Collaboration with American Society of Echocardiography (ASE) Special Interest Group (SIG)

SIG Website: https://www.asecho.org/sigs/nhts/

The Neonatal Hemodynamics TnECHO (NHTS) Special Interest Group (SIG) within the American Society of Echocardiography(ASE) provides a collaborative forum for members with interest and expertise in this specialized field. This group cultivates innovation and scientific discovery, fosters clinical and academic cooperation, and reshapes practice in the management of neonates with hemodynamic disturbances through educational resources, recorded and live webinars, and case-based discussions. The NHTS SIG member will have the opportunity to engage in an interactive network with potential for research collaboration, and an open forum for discussion on the advances in neonatal hemodynamics evaluation and management. Through the ASE CONNECT forum members will have ongoing access to echocardiography related activities and the ability to interact with pediatric/adult cardiology imaging experts and sonographers.

The ASE NHTS executive provides academic oversight to activities in the SIG. Activities include proposing/updating TnECHO imaging guidelines, profiling hemodynamic related educational activities or research opportunities, liaising with the Neonatal Hemodynamics Research Center (NHRC) to ensure academic symbiosis, and cultivating innovation/discovery within the field. Members of NHTS executive are actively involved in NHRC activities which support growth of the field of Hemodynamics.

 

If you have any questions related to NHTS membership please reach out to Danielle King (dking@asecho.org) or questions related to NHTS activities please reach out to Lauren Ruoss, NHRC liaison to NHTS (lruoss@ufl.edu)

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