NeoIPCClinical Practice Network
We are calling on healthcare providers in neonatal units to join the NeoIPC Clinical Practice Network (CPN)!
The NeoIPC Clinical Practice Network aims to:
- Bring and connect healthcare professionals working in NICUs, including neonatologists, neonatal nurses, infection prevention and control specialists, in an international network of clinical practice
- Encourage greater involvement of units in infection and prevention control planning and delivery
- Improve dissemination of relevant tools and materials
- Facilitate participation in surveillance of IPC processes and outcomes
Why should you join the Clinical Practice Network?
Share enthusiasm for IPC in neonatal care with other NICUs
Participate in our bi-annual online events to meet others and exchange on crucial topics
Provide your expertise and feedback on IPC strategies and interventions
Email us for more information on the CPN activities.
Current CPN members
CPN Latest News
The FAQ page is designed to offer information to healthcare professionals, hospital directors, legal advisors, ethics advisors, and parents who may want to learn more about the use of patient data during the performance of surveillance activities in neonatal units.
Rewatch the webinar: “The role of surveillance in preventing hospital-acquired infections among newborns”
The NeoIPC Clinical Practice Network successfully hosted a webinar on 23 November 2023, addressing the critical topic of surveillance of hospital-acquired infections in newborns. With 130 participants attending the online event, the discussion encompassed a range of...
NeoIPC launches new surveillance toolkit to bolster infection prevention and control efforts in NICUs
Padua, Italy – 9th November 2023 The NeoIPC Consortium is proud to announce the launch of a new surveillance toolkit to help neonatal intensive care units (NICUs) track and prevent hospital-acquired infections (HAIs) in high-risk newborns, including very preterm...