BabyFirst Offers Two Educational Webinars Featuring Panels of World-Renowned Neonatal Clinicians
TELFORD, Pa., Sept. 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — BabyFirst (http://www.babyfirst.com), providing information for healthcare professionals and support for parents of premature babies, today announced the details for its highly-anticipated “Hot Topic” webinars for neonatal clinicians to gather insights to current best practices from around the world. The webinars will provide labor and delivery and NICU practitioners with a rare opportunity to watch and interact with key opinion leaders and world-renowned professionals in the field of neonatology — as they share experiences, philosophies, and best practices. The Hot Topic Panel webinars will take place on October 18 and November 15, with the panelists fielding questions through an online forum. A preview is now available at BabyFirst.com.
BabyFirst offers a comprehensive portal with tools and information to support and enhance the practice of neonatal care for clinicians as well as parents. The BabyFirst content and webinars are known for offering unprecedented access to the advice and perspectives of leading neonatal professionals. This year’s Hot Topic Panels will feature Dr. Hilary Whyte (Canada), Dr. Uwe Ewald (Sweden), and Dr. Andres Maturana (Chile), discussing The NICU-ization of Labor & Delivery on October 18(th). This will be followed by Dr. Egbert Herting (Germany), Dr. Manuel Sanchez Luna (Spain), and Dr. John Sparks (United States), discussing “Non-Invasive” in Neonatal Care: Is Less More? on November 15(th).
“We’re absolutely committed to continue providing an educational resource for the neonatal community through BabyFirst,” explained Ali Pourrad, Head of Marketing at Drager . “These annual webinars are an exciting opportunity for us to connect the experts to other practitioners across the world by creating a direct dialog between the two beyond annual events and congresses. The ultimate goal is to enhance the quality of care and, with that, the clinical outcome as much as possible.”
For more information about the webinars, visit BabyFirst.com
BabyFirst is an online-resource focused exclusively on providing information, resources and support for the neonatal community, including neonatologists and nurses as well as parents. The website is supported by Drager, an international leader in the fields of medical and safety technology, and NICUniversity, a Web-based medical education center for clinical professionals. For more, visit www.BabyFirst.com.