About the EBN

The ESPR’s teaching branch

EBN courses are organized in three-year teaching cycles for neonatal trainees and each cycle will consist of six modules.

A total of two modules are organised each year, and each module has four workshops. The workshops are facilitated by a panel of international experts in their respective fields and will focus on the application of research-based evidence into clinical practice, flanked by plenary talks with ample time for discussion and debate.

National Programmes

The European Board of Neonatology Curriculum for Training in Neonatology has been developed to support national training programmes and to improve transparency when it comes to national guidelines.

For this purpose, the EBN has collaborated with the European Association of Perinatal Medicine (EAPM) and the Union of European Neonatal and Perinatal Societies (UENPS) to create an overview of the European countries´ national programmes for subspecialty training in neonatology.


Perspective

The improved insight into the countries´ national subspecialist training programmes in neonatology aims at establishing internationally acceptable and clearly defined standards of knowledge and skills needed to practice neonatology at a tertiary care level.

In this way, the EBN seeks to facilitate harmonisation of the national training programmes and foster the development of a European network of tertiary care centres for neonatology.

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