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1st World Newborn
Conference 2023

February 10-12, 2023
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

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Welcome Message


On behalf of the organizing committee, it is our pleasure to invite you to attend the 1st World Newborn Association Conference 2023 which will be held on 10-12 February 2023 in Dubai, UAE.

This event is designed to provide high-level, clinically significant updates and comprehensive trends from our expert speakers who will focus on the recent challenges in neonatal care to improve newborn survival and decrease morbidities. Our interdisciplinary faculty will be leading a case-based discussion on improving care around the time of birth, the first week of life, the hospital course and post-discharge care.


The highlights of the conference include health promotion, disease prevention services such as neonatal resuscitation, golden hour, gentle care, critical neurology, respiratory and ventilation care, hemodynamics, feeding and nutrition, infection and genetics. It will focus on the treatment of common neonatal diseases to improve newborn survival. The conference will offer a superb opportunity for healthcare professionals dealing with newborns to share their best practices, network within the same group of interest, and create and strengthen clinical, research and social collaborations. Besides enjoying the scientific program the organizing committee is preparing unforgettable social activities to Enjoy Dubai with a list of touristic activities such as safari, marines, indoor activities, parties and others.


We look forward to welcoming you to this conference!

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Prof. Yahya Ethawi

Conference Chairman
Professor and Consultant Neonatologist
Head of NICU, Saudi German Hospital, Ajman, UAE





Lectures in
Each Session




Target Audience

  • Neonatologists
  • Pediatricians
  • NICU Nurses
  • Pediatric Residents and Fellows​
  • Allied Health Neonatal Disciplines
  • Dieticians
  • Family Medicine
  • General Medicine