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Getting the most out of NISOMN Online

With the pandemic necessitating that we embrace new ways of communicating and collaborating, NISOMN online is ...Read more

In Focus: World Prematurity Day 2021

Message from the President

Highly revered colleagues, We appreciate the mandate given us to steer the affairs of this great society for the next 2years. We appreciate the efforts of past executive members to take NISONM to the current level of prominence in our national discourse in the quest to ensure that newborns in Nigeria get the best attention...Read More

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Summary of WHO Standards for Newborn Quality Improvement: Part 3.

STANDARD 7 For every small and sick newborn, competent, motivated, empathetic, multidisciplinary staff are consistently available to provide routine care, manage complications and provide developmental …

Summary of WHO Standards for Newborn Quality Improvement: Part 2.

The health information system enables collection, analysis and use of data to ensure early appropriate action to improve the care of every small and sick …