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After more than 24 years of regular meetings of the Swiss Neonatology Group, the Swiss Society of Neonatology was founded in 1995. The society's goals are to foster neonatology in Switzerland, improve the quality of neonatal care and represent the interests of newborn infants in the public.


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Annual Meetings of the Swiss Society of Neonatology

2019 in Aarau - save the date!

The 2019 Annual Meeting of the Swiss Society of Neonatology will take place in Aarau on January 22. The main topics will determined in the near future.


Looking back at the 2017 meeting in Zurich

This year's Annual Meeting of the Swiss Society of Neonatology addressed Challenges in Perinatal and Neonatal Infectious Diseases. Obviously, the main topic was of broad interest and the meeting was well attended and very successful. 
Abstract Booklet 


For the first time in the history of our meetings, all the presentations have been filmed by the Swiss company Klewel and as a result, you can easily play back online all the presentations from any device, with the slides in high quality always visible, navigate through the slides and search by keywords appearing both in the slides and in the speech. Simply click on the link below!
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2018 Awards of the Swiss Society of Neonatology

1st Annual Humanitarian Neonatology Grant - Thomas M. Berger, Sabine Berger (Lucerne)
NEO FOR NAMIBIA - Helping Babies Survive
Improving neonatal respiratory support at Rundu State Hospital

Fred Bamatter Award - Anita C. Truttmann (Lausanne)
Research topic: Neonatal brain injury and autophagy

Best short presentation - Giancarlo Natalucci et al. (Zurich)
Two-year outcome of extremely preterm infants < 26 weeks of gestation born in Switzerland: is intensity of perinatal care associated with increased neurodevelopment impairment?

Best poster presentation - Tonja Restin et al. (Zurich)
Fetomaternal transfusion syndrome as a cause of severe neonatal anemia

Case of the Year Award 2017 - Odalys Alfonso Deliz et al. (Rundu, Namibia)
Life and death of a butterfly child born in a resource-limited country

Case of the Year Awards


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