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IMPROVING HEALTH FOR VERY PRETERM CHILDREN IN EUROPE
  • New publications

    HYPOTHERMIA
    A new study explores hypothermia prevention strategies and their association with very preterm mortality and morbidity.

    NEONATAL MORBIDITY
    New research by the EPICE group shows wide variation in severe neonatal morbidity for very preterm infants across regions of Europe, calling attention to the potential for achieving better health outcomes.

    Read more here 

  • Group picture FrankfurtWe are participating in RECAP

    We are participating in the RECAP (Research on Children and Adults born Preterm) project to establish a platform for 20 European cohorts of very preterm children and adults. The RECAP 2nd General Assembly Meeting: 16-18 January 2018 was organized in Frankfurt am Main. 

    Read more about RECAP
     
    recap-preterm.eu
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  •                                                                                          
    Carina TV participationSHI
    PS promotion in Portugal 

    SHIPS is getting more visible in Portugal with various
    participation of the researcher Carina Rodrigues by both national and local TV channel of Porto to talk about SHIPS project as well as her underlying research entitled “The Type of Feeding at Discharge of Very Preterm Infants: Neonatal Intensive Care Units Policies and Practices Make a Difference”.
    The two program links are:
    “Porto canal” and “Sociedade Civil”
     

Contact

Address:
Director TIMMS
Department of Health Sciences
University of Leicester
22-28 Princess Road West
Leicester LE1 6TP