Welcome Neonatal Nurses of New England! 

From the beautiful lakes of Maine to the Long Island Sound, New England has a diverse and distinct draw to its inhabitants.

As nurses in New England, we are also unique. Whether it is transporting a newborn through the Green Mountains or attending to the preemies of naval families in Rhode Island, this beautiful landscape provides us a diverse work-life as well.

Welcome to the nursing organization that connects us as proud New Englanders and respected neonatal professionals!

      NANN Chapter Vote Passes       

 

The New England Association of Neonatal Nurses overwhelmingly voted YES to apply for chapter-ship of the national association this past March at the annual conference in Newport, Rhode Island!

For more information on what this means to you and your membership, click here.


 

NEANN Wants YOU...to Share Your Knowledge

NEANN 2019: Call for Poster Abstracts

Share your knowledge with colleagues! NEANN is seeking proposals for poster abstracts and posters for the NEANN Annual Meeting in Mystic, Connecticut, on March 17, 2019. 

Read about the abstract submission process here.

Due to popular demand, the extended deadline is now November 15, 2018.

We look forward to seeing you this coming March in Mystic, Connecticut!


Planning for NEANN's Future

NEANN Strategic Planning Session

Friday, November 16, 2018

4:30 PM Sharp - 7:30 PM

The Markens Group/NEANN New Headquarters
1350 Main Street, Suite 1508, Springfield, MA

It's time to update NEANN's Strategic Plan! You can be a part of the plan for NEANN's future. There's much to talk about and we want your voice involved!

Learn more here. 


Member Highlights

Caitlin Stavens: Nurse Scholarship 2017 Winner
Jackie McGrath: Lifetime Achievement award from NANN

 

 

 

Calendar more

11/16/2018
NEANN Strategic Planning Session

12/6/2018
NEANN December Leadership Meeting and Volunteer Holiday Dinner (TBD)

 

Meet NEANN's 2019 Keynote Speaker: 

Dr. Sheila Gephart, PhD, RN
Associate Professor, University of Arizona

 
 

 Dr. Sheila Gephart has been a nurse for 21 years and has spent the last six years as a nurse scientist.

As an RN, Dr. Sheila Gephart cared for pre-term infants, vulnerable to a condition so deadly, (necrotizing enterocolitis, NEC), that it fueled her commitment to eliminate NEC and save babies using implementation science and informatics.  She applied big data to develop and test a NEC risk algorithm, GutCheckNEC. Then, funded by AHRQ (K08),the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (Nurse Faculty Scholar; 2014), and the National Library of Medicine she has pursued her quest to eradicate NEC using parent-engagement, accessible NEC-Zero tools and usable clinical decision support technology that is operable across Electronic Health Record systems.

She is an Associate Professor at the University of Arizona. She studies technical and parent-engaged solutions to reduce the burden of necrotizing enterocolitis. Her research has been funded by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, National Institute of Nursing Research and the National Library of Medicine. She is an active member of the NEC Society Scientific Advisory Council, the International Neonatal Consortium, and the Editorial Board of Advances in Neonatal Care. She loves to drink coffee, spend time with her 3 teenage daughters, watch murder mysteries with her husband, and disappear into the wilderness. 

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