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Welcome to the nursing organization that connects us as proud New Englanders and respected neonatal professionals.
Last night’s Outreach initiative was a 50/50 raffle in support of Jack’s Herd, a local organization who’s mission is to provide resources and support to families experiencing the unimaginable loss of an infant child. Pictured here is Outreach Chair Maggie Burnham handing off the donation to co-founder and father to Jack, Sean Doyle. Thank you to our winner of the 50/50 raffle for donating her winnings back, bringing our total to $384 for Jack’s Herd!! #nıcu#nicunurses#neonatalnursing#neonate#infantloss#neonatalloss#community#giveback... See MoreSee Less
Thank you to all who joined us last night and to our wonderful hosts from Albany Medical Center!We started our evening with a tour of Albany’s 60 bed, level 4 NICU. Next, we spent our cocktail hour networking with NEANN Bingo! During dinner we heard from our speakers, Cheryl Dunton on debriefing after neonatal loss and Dr. Jonathan Blau on navigating nutrition in preterm infants. We closed our night with some big winners of bingo, a 50/50 raffle, who traveled the farthest, and who has been a nurse the longest (not naming names on that one 🤫)!Having some FOMO because you couldn’t make it to Albany?? Well mark your calendars for our annual conference: March 24th-25th…more info coming soon!#neann#nicu#nicunurse #neonatalnursing#nicuawarenessmonth ... See MoreSee Less