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The essential journal for neonatal nursing and paediatric healthcare professionals

Infant journal is the leading UK publication for the multidisciplinary team that cares for vulnerable sick or premature babies in their first year of life. Published bi-monthly, the journal contains authoritative articles with a clinical or practical bias written by experts in their field.

Abstracts of all articles are freely accessible by using our search facility. The full text of articles published from 2005 until March 2012 are available free of charge. Recent issues are available on subscription via our online shop.

Articles in the March 2014 issue, available now, include:

  • Non-nutritive sucking
  • Non-invasive respiratory support in preterm infants
  • Neonatal resuscitation with intact placental circulation
  • Bilateral dacrocystoceles causing respiratory distress
  • Case report: preterm with progressive abdominal distension
  • Targeting unknown diseases in children


Topics planned for the May 2014 issue include:

  • Vaccinating preterm infants
  • Nutritional management in NEC
  • Case report: Emanuel syndrome
  • Confidence among health professionals attending newborn deliveries
  • Development of an ANNP team


See our new, expanded Infant Grapevine!

Infant Grapevine is our expanded bi-monthly magazine with news, product reviews, conference picture reports, unit features, neonatal nursing job opportunities and forthcoming conferences and study days. View our online edition or download it in PDF format.

It is published in the months in between editions of the journal and is available by post free of charge within the UK to any neonatal or paediatric care professional who requests it. Simply fill in the request form.

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Trainee Advanced Neonatal Nurse Practitioner  25/04/2014

Paediatric and Neonatal nurses for Band 5, 6, 7 and 8a  11/05/2014

Registered Midwife Maternity Services  31/05/2014

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