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WE THANK OUR 2019
EXHIBITORS AND SUPPORTERS!


Supporters >>

Abbott Nutrition
​Chiesi USA, Inc.
Mead Johnson Nutrition
March of Dimes

Exhibitors >>

Abbott
Alexion
American Academy of Pediatrics
Astarte Medical
ATOM Medical USA, LLC
Babybe Medical
Belmont Medical Technologies
Chiesi, USA, Inc.
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Crib Notes
Draeger, Inc.
Elsevier
Envision Physician Services
Everest Consulting
Evolve BioSystems (Evivo)
Fisher & Paykel Healthcare
Fresenius Kabi
Graham's Foundation
Innara Health
International Biomedical
Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals
Masimo
Mead Johnson Nutrition
Med Ed on the Go
Mediknox
Natus Medical Incorporated
Nemours Children's Health System
Nemours/Perinatal Program
ONY Biotech
Origin Biosciences
Pediatric Cortical Visual Impairment
  Society (PCVIS)
Phoenix Technology
PortaVision Medical
​Prolacta Bioscience, Inc.
Rejuvenation
SIMCharacters GmbH
Sobi
SREE Medical Systems
Vapotherm
Westmed

About Hot Topics in Neonatology®
Virtual Conference
Sunday & Monday, December 6-7, 2020 and Wednesday & Thursday, December 9-10, 2020 

For over 30 years, Hot Topics has been THE premiere neonatal conference, with more than 1000 neonatologists and perinatologists from around the world attending each year. The conference features internationally known faculty, poster sessions, critical reviews and debate about promising new therapies.
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About Neonatal Quality at Hot Topics
Virtual Conference
Tuesday, December 8, 2020

Neonatal Quality at Hot Topics is a one-day conference focused on quality improvement and
patient safety in neonatology. Didactic presentations, panel discussions, and interactive
workshops will showcase best practices in newborn care, and will offer a pragmatic
approach to using quality improvement methods and tools to improve newborn outcomes.
Participants will gain practical knowledge and insight to support new and ongoing
improvement initiatives in their own environment.
© 2019.The Nemours Foundation.® Nemours is a registered trademark of The Nemours Foundation.
2019 Highlights
Sepsis
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Registration for the 2020 Conference will open August 1
COVID-19
Neonatal and Pediatric EBM Resource

Nemours Children’s Health System has launched a neonatal and pediatric COVID-19 evidence based literature online resource. The freely available evidence based articles and guidance have been selected by our Nemours faculty and medical librarians for clinicians. This database is updated bi-weekly and all articles are available in full text. CME credit can be claimed for your search by clicking on the CLAIM CME CREDIT link at the top right side of the website, which can be accessed here.

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BREAKING NEWS!
Hot Topics Moves to Virtual Event December 6-10, 2020

As with many conferences, we have struggled over the last few months to determine how to move forward with Hot Topics in a way that keeps our attendees, faculty, exhibitors and staff safe, while continuing the open exchange of ideas that makes the lives of babies around the world better. 

We are excited to announce that we are moving Hot Topics to a totally virtual event – general sessions, posters, satellite symposia, exhibit hall and more! We hope that this virtual format, featuring the high quality faculty for which Hot Topics is known, but with shorter days and decreased registration fee, will allow us to expand our reach, especially among clinicians who may not have been able to travel to Hot Topics in previous years. 

There will be more information posted here shortly. Our goal is to open registration no later than August 1, and to post the conference agenda before then. In the meantime, mark your calendars for December 6-10. Questions can be directed to Karen Bidus (kbidus@nemours.org).