Newborn babies receiving intensive care commonly suffer from acute and chronic hemodynamic complications. Despite the burden of extremely high rates of mortality and morbidity faced by these babies, there is a distinct lack of high quality research and training to guide clinicians.
The Neonatal Hemodynamic Research Centre is established with the vision to bridge this major gap in newborn intensive care. Its mission is to bring together various international experts in neonatal hemodynamics on a common platform, set research priorities, foster collaborations and to reach and engage frontline neonatal clinicians by providing them seamless access to training opportunities and expert opinions on management of common hemodynamic problems encountered in newborn intensive care on a day-to-day basis.
FELLOWSHIPS IN NEONATAL HEMODYNAMICS
A global academic venture aimed at
empowering clinicians to learn and provide
modern physiology-driven hemodynamic
care to sick newborns.
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.
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Learn more about the clinical models of care
integrating neonatal hemodynamics in day-to-day work at each participating site.