Bridging the Gap: Repatriation Link Nurses – 4th March 2024

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Title: Bridging the Gap: Repatriation Link Nurses

When: 4th March 2024

Where: Online

Time: 12pm – 1pm

Free for members, £10 for non-members

With:

  • Sarah Edwards. Lead Care Coordinator TV&W Neonatal ODN
  • Lisa Leppard. Lead Care Coordinator. TV&W Neonatal ODN
  • Gill Pears. Band 6 Link Nurse. IOW Special Care Unit

About the webinar:

In this webinar we will share the development of the Repatriation Framework and the development in appointment of the Repatriation Link Nurse.

This post has been developed through feedback from parents, local and special care neonatal unit staff.

The aim of this post is to build the relationships between parents and staff in the local units from admission to the Tertiary/LNU, long before babies are repatriated back to their local units and for parents to be more involved in the planning and repatriation of their baby through Neonatal Networks

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Dräger is incredibly proud to support the NNA by sponsoring the NNA Shared Learning & Best Practice in Neonatal Care Scholarship.

Dräger is an international leader in the fields of medical and safety technology.

Visit the Dräger website:: https://www.draeger.com/en_uk/Home

The Kate Farrer Foundation was established in memory of Dr Kate Farrer, a distinguished neonatal consultant at Addenbrooke’s Hospital and Transport Lead for the East of England. Sadly, Kate died in 2014 following a short illness. Her family set up a foundation in her name & have funded the Kate Farrer Scholarship since 2021.

Visit the Kate Farrer Foundation website: http://www.katefarrer.org/

The NNA is a member of the Council of International Neonatal Nurses (COINN) who we collaborate and partner with closely. COINN is a global organization that represents nurses who specialize in the care of newborn infants and their families. As a COINN partner, the NNA and its members are part of an international community and voice of neonatal nurses across the world. NNA members are automatically joined to COINN membership and can be a valued and integral part of this global voice.

Visit COINN: https://www.coinnurses.org/

Armstrong Medical is the proud sponsor of the NNA Team of the Year Award. Now part of Eakin Healthcare, the company supports neonatal teams across the world, working closely to understand the challenges and pressures faced.  The company join the NNA praising Neonatal teams for their inspirational work as they deliver care to the tiniest and most vulnerable patients.

Armstrong Medical provide options for heated resus, invasive and non-invasive ventilation. NeoFlow® is a complete range of critical and supportive respiratory solutions, designed to give neonates the best possible start in life, from their very first breath.

Visit the  Armstrong Medical website:

https://www.armstrongmedical.net/care-areas/neonatal-critical-care/

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