Helpful Links

Bliss for babies born premature or sick (Dicha para bebés nacidos prematuros o enfermos): Virus Sincitial Respiratorio

Web page outlining the signs and symptoms of RSV and giving tips on how caregivers can help prevent and treat RSV in children.
March of Dimes: RSV

Web page that provides a brief overview of RSV and what to watch out for if your child is at risk.
World Health Organization (WHO) Organización Mundial de la salud (OMS): pandemia COVID-19

Learn more about COVID-19 on the official COVID-19 page from the World Health Organization. Info on symptoms, prevention, travel advice, vaccines, and common FAQs on coronavirus.


RSV Patient Network (RSV-PN)

RSV-PN is a network of parents of children who were hospitalised with RSV infection during infancy. The network is committed to increasing public awareness of RSV and are involved in various RSV research projects representing the parent’s point of view.
European Foundation for the Care of Newborn Infants

A foundation focused on the growing challenges of preterm birth and its significant impact on children, families, and our society. This link below takes you to a list of numerous organisations around the world that support parents of newborns.
World Health Organization (WHO): The Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health (PMNCH)

PMNCH is a global organisation specialising in the health of women, children, and adolescents. The website includes relevant publications and an extensive database of resources for caregivers.
Newborn Individualized Developmental Care and Assessment Program (NIDCAP): Resources

NIDCAP is a global organisation specialising in preterm birth and the care of hospitalised newborns. NIDCAP provides an extensive list of resources for parents and caregivers of premature babies, including advocacy organisations, service providers, newsletters, educational websites, and guidebooks.
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