Why you need to attend the Vital Neonatal Conference

Moms of preemies, unite! Baby Preemie and Me will be hosting the very first Vital Neonatal Conference for Professionals and Parents, in Nelson Mandela Bay on 1-2 December 2017 at the Marriott Protea Hotel in Summerstrand.

“The conference provides a platform for guidance to be shared on the best practice and advancements in Neonatal care, Preterm birth and care, Brain and Sensory development, breastfeeding, nutrition for mother and child, Neuroscience of Zero separation, Kangaroo care, Newborn Hearing screening and even Family centered care, with a pre-conference session on Infection control in the NICU.”

Okay that was a lot of words. In a nutshell, you want to attend this event because you want to learn from super clever experts on all things baby-related, with a magnifying glass specifically aimed at premature birth and how to help your preemie baby thrive! What kind of experts, I hear you say. Well, let’s just say they all have very fancy titles behind their name. See here:

Vital Neonatal ConferenceDr Jack Newman – Breast Feeding Clinic Founder: Toronto (and Queen’s Jubilee Award recipient);
Judy Moore – NATUS Medical Incorporated – Senior Marketing Manager, Clinical;
Dr Nils Bergman (Swedish)- Public Health Physician and Honorary Lecturer at UCT;
Mrs Jill Bergman – Author, Producer – specifically in the arena of “Kangaroo Mother Care” and;
Ms Chantelle Witten – Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Health Sciences at UWC.

The 2 day event is open to health care practitioners on 1st December and to parents, pregnant moms and child carers on 2nd December. Other major scoring points are: food, time to mingle with other moms and a legit goodiebag worth R1899 for the first 100 registrants.

Guys, tickets cost R350pp but if you book through My Spreadsheet Brain, you get 30% off! I know, right?! You qualify to only pay R245pp! Whoot whoot! Simply email me your deets, and I’ll hook you up.

For more information on the event, do check out the Baby Preemie and Me website.

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