Abstract submission deadline is on

May 31st, 2018

Abstract submission deadline is on

May
31st
2018

Accepted abstracts will be published onJPNIM – Journal of Pediatric and Neonatal Individualized Medicine“.

The Journal will be available online in a Web-based electronic format.

The direct link will be published on this website around October 2018.

Accepted clinical cases will be presented as poster presentation

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES:


SUBMISSION GUIDELINES


Please follow the following structure:
  • SELECT THE TOPIC
  • Enter the AUTHORS NAME
  • Enter the AUTHORS INSTITUTIONAL AFFILIATIONS
  • Enter the PRESENTER FULL NAME
  • ABSTRACT TITLE
  • CONTENT – MAXIMUM 3000 CHARACTERS (including spaces)
    • INTRODUCTION
    • METHODS
    • RESULTS
    • CONCLUSIONS
  • FIGURES/TABLES (one immage or table allowed)
    • Image (optional) in JPEG, PNG or TIFF format Table/Chart/Graph (optional) in Excel or Word format
      Important notes: Authors should quote figures and tables in the text and should number them in the order in which they appear in the text. Each figure and table should be accompanied by a short description- Regarding references, please list the references in order of citation in the text, in square brackets. For each entry, please clearly indicate the following data: names of all the authors, title of the article/book, publication year. Moreover, for journal articles, indicate journal title, volume, issue, first and last page of the article; for websites, indicate the last access; for books, indicate the book publisher and its head office. If you want to quote a chapter within a book, please add information on the chapter (title and authors).
  • CONFLICT OF INTEREST STATEMENT
    • Please provide a conflict of interest statement. In case of human experimentation, please indicate which ethical standards were followed and write an informed consent statement; in experiments on animals, please indicate an animal rights statement.

TOPIC


  • Neonatal respiratory disorders and management
  • Nosocomial infections – antibioresistance antibiotic management
  • Nutrition of the preterm infant
  • Updates in neonatal resuscitation and stabilization
  • Perinatal neurologic disorders and their long-term impact on development. (Ethical issues)
  • Family Centered care
  • New designs of neonatal units
  • Neonatal Screen
  • Follow-up programs for high risk neonates
  • Potential nutrients related to infection
  • Potential nutrients related to BPD
  • New fortifiers of breast milk
  • New guidelines of parenteral nutrition and phospho calcic metabolism
  • Nosocomial infection
  • The NICU as a family care
  • Informatics and error
  • Lean six sigma applied to introduction of central catheters