Category: NEC Society Blog


NEC Research Webinars

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NEC webinar series with Pediatric Research

Join NEC Society & Pediatric Research for our webinar series on necrotizing enterocolitis, featuring leading NEC researchers & clinicians! 

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NEC Society Welcomes Development Coordinator!

We are delighted to announce Alison Oliver, RN, BSN, RNC-NIC, has joined the NEC Society’s team as our Development Coordinator. Alison is a Registered Nurse with 13 years of experience working with NICU babies and families. Her career began at…

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Give 2021

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Impact 2021 (header)

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NEC Society Welcomes Research Coordinator!

We are thrilled to welcome Erin Pryor, MPH, RDN, LD, who will serve as the NEC Society’s Research Coordinator. Erin is a Registered Dietitian with a Master of Public Health degree from the University of Texas, Houston Health Sciences Center….

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Running for a World without NEC

The NEC Society’s running team completed the 2021 California International Marathon in honor of families affected by necrotizing enterocolitis and Wilm’s Tumor. We completed CIM for our sons, daughters, friends, and loved ones – they are stronger than any marathoner…

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Webinar: NEC Surgery Trial (NEST) Results

The Necrotizing Enterocolitis Surgery Trial (NEST) aimed to understand which surgical treatments lead to improved outcomes for babies with NEC. This 90-minute webinar featured Dr. Martin Blakely, who led the NEST work, along with a panel of experts. The recording…

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Support the NEC Society

Please help us raise awareness and funds to build a world without necrotizing enterocolitis! Here’s how you can get involved:  Make a tax-deductible donation to the NEC Society Read and share our What is NEC? info sheet Read and share…

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The Benefits of Skin-to-Skin Care

Written by Mindy Morris, DNP, NNP-BC, CNS, C-ELBW and Liz Drake, MN, NNP, CNS, RNC-NIC, C-ELBW, EngageGrowThrive In the NICU, parental well-being can help babies thrive. The health of infants is intertwined with the health of their parents. When an…

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