GOLD Neonatal Conference News

Here’s a fantastic learning opportunity you won’t want to miss! We’re excited to invite you to our GOLD Neonatal Online Conference 2022 Closing Keynote webinar on June 21 with Madge E. Buus-Frank, DNP, APRN-BC, FAAN.

Madge brings nearly 4 decades of extensive experience to our event. Her career has spanned a wide variety of settings internationally and has included published work, education, research, and much more.

GOLD Neonatal 2022 Keynote Webinar

Fast Forward to the Future: Reimagining Care in the NICU” brings you a fascinating reflection on the past 20 years of neonatal care. In addition to exploring key lessons from the past, we’ll look ahead to opportunities and ways to improve care. We’ll explore ways to partner with parents in a shift towards family-centric newborn care, the evolution of learning health systems, and exciting opportunities to harness big data. We’ll also reflect on the importance of public health and our responsibilities in addressing determinants of health.

Registration for this event is open and free to the public, so reserve your seat now for live and recorded access:

Our full GOLD Neonatal Online Conference 2022 runs from May 31 to August 23 and includes 14.5 hours of accredited education from top international experts. Our engaging and flexible online format makes it easy to access the continuing education you need without taking time away from work for travel. Attend live presentations, access recordings on demand throughout the conference period, and bring your questions right to the speakers in our exclusive forums.

We look forward to seeing you online!

GOLD Neonatal Online Conference 2022 brings you an incredible program packed with top speakers and the biggest topics in neonatal care! Join us online from May 31 to August 23 and access the latest research and recommendations for a wide range of leading topics.

The main conference includes 14.5 hours of accredited education from 14 international speakers. Join live presentations, enjoy on-demand access to recordings to learn at your own pace, and keep your knowledge up to date.

This year’s event includes the option to access 4 informative add-on lecture packs. Each lecture pack focuses on a key area of care. Enjoy unlimited access to recordings throughout the conference period, download speaker handouts, and bring your questions into our speaker-moderated forums.

Our Advancing Human Milk & Breastfeeding Practices in the NICU Lecture Pack brings together 6 hours of education. Here, you’ll learn about breastfeeding medically complex infants, the handling and storage of breastmilk, supporting pumping families, oral colostrum care, nutrition in the NICU, and the use of donor milk.

In our Breastfeeding and Medically Complex Infants Lecture Pack you’ll access education from 6 more experts. Come learn about feeding late preterm infants, various neurologic conditions, Down Syndrome, lactose intolerance in infants, breastfeeding children with cancer, and feeding infants with congenital heart disease.

You won’t want to miss our Safe Travels: Best Practice for Neonatal Transport Lecture Pack! Here, you’ll find an additional 5 hours of in-depth education. Topics include transporting infants by air, a case-based discussion on triage and transport, improving quality of care, one team’s journey through improving care, and risk management.

Our Pain Management in the NICU Lecture Pack takes a close look at this important aspect of neonatal care. You’ll access 5 presentations that cover pain assessment in sedated infants, current evidence on pain management, the long-term effects of pain on the developing brain, medication for clinical pain management, and the development of human pain.

We look forward to seeing you online for this exciting conference with these top-notch lecture packs!

We’re thrilled to be kicking off GOLD Neonatal Online Conference 2022 with a powerful Keynote webinar! Join us live on May 31 with Dr. Terri Marin, PhD, NNP-BC, FAAN, FAANP for “Physiologic Biomarkers to Detect Subclinical Acute Kidney Injury in Premature Infants”.

Free Webinar by Dr. Terri Marin

Dr. Marin is an active researcher in the Level IV NICU at Children’s Hospital of Georgia. Her work focuses on defining non-invasive methods to predict early-onset acute kidney injury in preterm infants. We’re excited to have her joining us to share her brand new insights and information on this important topic.

During this webinar, we’ll learn about the current diagnostic criteria for Acute Kidney Injury and the type of damage that has already occurred before abnormalities become apparent. We’ll also examine the physiologic mechanisms involved in renal oxygenation measurement using near-infrared spectroscopy technology, and we’ll explore the implications associated with AKI development in the preterm population.

This is a free public event, so be sure to reserve your seat and invite your colleagues to join you:

This webinar kicks off our GOLD Neonatal Online Conference 2022, which brings you a program rich with the latest research and evidence-based recommendations on a wide variety of leading neonatal topics. From May 31 to August 23 we’ll hear from leading international experts. Access 14.5+ hours of accredited education live and on-demand from work, home, or on the go.

Visit our registration page for all the details:

We look forward to seeing you there!

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