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NeoChats Episode 4: How to Respond to Quickly-Appearing Research During a Pandemic - Dr. Michael Narvey

April 24, 2020 Anne Season 1 Episode 4
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NeoChats Episode 4: How to Respond to Quickly-Appearing Research During a Pandemic - Dr. Michael Narvey
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NeoChats Episode 4: How to Respond to Quickly-Appearing Research During a Pandemic - Dr. Michael Narvey
Apr 24, 2020 Season 1 Episode 4
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Episode Four: How to Respond to Quickly-Appearing Research During a Pandemic
Guest: Michael Narvey, MD, FRCPC, FAAP
Section Head, Neonatology; Medical Director of the Child Health Transport Team; Health Sciences Centre, Winnipeg, Manitoba; founder, All Things Neonatal

Winnipeg-based neonatologist Dr. Michael Narvey, the voice behind the well-known website All Things Neonatal, offers a clear and concise synopsis of the current (early April 2020) COVID-19 literature regarding newborns, transmission of the virus, and testing within the context of maternal and infant care. Neonatal intensive care units across Canada are facing similar challenges but responding in various ways; Dr. Narvey offers some insight to how decisions are being made in various healthcare settings and what factual information neonatal nurses should be following.

Canadian Pediatric Society Practice Points: https://www.cps.ca/en/documents/statements-by-date

Dr. Narvey’s COVID-19 resources: https://www.allthingsneonatal.com/canadian-covid-19-resources/


Show Notes

Episode Four: How to Respond to Quickly-Appearing Research During a Pandemic
Guest: Michael Narvey, MD, FRCPC, FAAP
Section Head, Neonatology; Medical Director of the Child Health Transport Team; Health Sciences Centre, Winnipeg, Manitoba; founder, All Things Neonatal

Winnipeg-based neonatologist Dr. Michael Narvey, the voice behind the well-known website All Things Neonatal, offers a clear and concise synopsis of the current (early April 2020) COVID-19 literature regarding newborns, transmission of the virus, and testing within the context of maternal and infant care. Neonatal intensive care units across Canada are facing similar challenges but responding in various ways; Dr. Narvey offers some insight to how decisions are being made in various healthcare settings and what factual information neonatal nurses should be following.

Canadian Pediatric Society Practice Points: https://www.cps.ca/en/documents/statements-by-date

Dr. Narvey’s COVID-19 resources: https://www.allthingsneonatal.com/canadian-covid-19-resources/