Rebecca's presentation at the 8th PREM - Perinatal Research and Education Meeting

     
Tuesday, November 15, 2016 - 09:00

Well done Rebecca. Many thanks to Lydia, the neonatologist, for raising awareness of CMV.

This meeting aimed to give an opportunity for neonatal professionals across the northwest to share research, audit and examples of good practice and enable medical trainees, nursing and allied health professionals to present their work to their peers.

This year the emphasis was on Family Centred Care and there was a range of speakers with particular expertise in this area, with the objective of informing and supporting professionals in the support of families and their babies.

Rebecca Blinkhorn gave a presentation on being a mother of a child affected by CMV and explained the work of CMV Action.

Please read Rebecca's blog with her presentation - click on link

http://www.tubetochicken.org.uk/talking-cmv/

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