After growing his hair for seven years,
a Timaru student from Roncalli College
will be cutting it all off for charity and in memory of his late sibling
Marianne Dutkiewicz - Open Water Swimmer & Baby Swim teacher
Neonatal Scientific Meeting
@ Autralian Resuscitation "Spark of Life" Conference
International Convention Centre, Sydney 9 May 2019
Responses from those staff supported to attend
the International COINN Conference Auckland 5th-8th May 2019
Premature Anne - Task trainer for realistic care of an extremely prem baby.
Designed to look and feel like a 750gm 25 week gestation baby.
Staff are excited to use and practice their skills on her.
Style & comfort for parents in NICU
Promoting skin to skin care, breastfeeding and quality time
with their babies.
The Trust believes in the importance of privacy for families so has supported the procurment of privacy screens. 2018
Study scholarship for lactation Exams 2017
The trust is happy to financially support two registered nurses this year to take their exams. In doing this we feel we are supporting the unit in providing care which supports breastfeeding and the baby friendly hospital initiative of which Christchurch Women’s Hospital and the neonatal unit is accredited for.
The Trust is happy to provide a travel scholarship for a neonatal nurse to attend the 2017,13th International KC Certification hosted in Cleveland, Ohio.
find out more about this conference here -KC
Summer Student conducts study at Christchurch Women's Hospital Neonatal Unit
Her findings are to be presented as a poster at PSANZ 2016 (Perinatal Society of Australia, New Zealand) in May
A long term study of premature infants who are now turing 17 years of age
Looking at the late effects prematurity may have on their physical and mental well being. 2016
The trust was very pleased to recently support two neonatal nurses with a travel scholarship. 2015
The SimNewB is an interactive simulator, designed by Laerdal with the American Academy of Pediatrics to meet the training requirements of neonatal emergency medicine and resuscitation courses.
Christchurch‟s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) has officially opened the first hospital-based pasteurised human milk bank in New Zealand. 2014