COINN

AcronymDefinition
COINNCouncil of International Neonatal Nurses, Inc. (Edmond, OK)
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'Christine, Anila and Netsayi were selected over a number of outstanding candidates for their unwavering leadership and passion for ensuring every newborn has a chance to survive and thrive', said COINN President Karen New.
Weston was promoting the COINN conference, Enriched Family--Enhanced Care, to be held in Auckland in May 2019.
The COINN conference will be offering a high calibre of international speakers, as well as strong presentations of local research, she said.
In preparation for this event, a contingent from the local NNCA organising committee--Dale Garton, Debbie O'Donoghue and Jane Bocock, accompanied by NZNO professional nursing adviser Kate Weston and Conference Company staffer Jodi Preston-Thomas--went to Vancouver to the COINN 2016 conference.
However this time, the COINN judging panel was very impressed and will officially announce New Zealand as host at the closing ceremony of the COINN 2016 conference in Vancouver this August.
Board member Debbie 0'Donoghue, who is on the board of the COINN, said the college had already had discussions with the Pacific Nursing Section and Te Poari to ensure inclusiveness.
The NNCA project also meets the objectives of the Council of International Neonatal Nurses (COINN), which is committed to improving the health of neonates and creating a global community of specialised nurses working towards this goal.
The Neonatal Nurses College Aotearoa (NNCA) is bidding to host the Council of International Neonatal Nurses' (COINN) conference in 2016.
The conference was organised by the Neonatal Nurses' Association of South Africa, together with the Council of International Neonatal Nurses (COINN).
It is also one of the objectives of the Council of International Neonatal Nurses (COINN).
We have formed international alliances as a founding executive committee member of the Council of International Neonatal Nurses (COINN), which is now affiliated to the International Council of Nurses.