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Kathryn E. Barnard, the University of Washington nursing professor who pioneered early theories of infant mental health, died Saturday in Seattle. She was 77.
NIDCAP Trainer Gillian Kennedy Awarded Order of the British Empire
The NFI is proud to announce that one of its NIDCAP Trainers, Gillian Kennedy, is one of the recipients of The Queen’s Birthday Honours.
NFI Establishes New Training Center in Portugal
The NFI Board of Directors is pleased to announce the opening of the first NIDCAP training center in Portugal.
New Training Center Established in Denmark
The NFI announces the opening of a new training center in Denmark.
Synactive Theory gets a Wikipedia page
The scientific theory behind NIDCAP and APIB appears as an article on Wikipedia.
Heidelise Als, PhD Receives the Serge Lebovici Award from the WAIMH
On June 17, 2014, the World Association for Infant Mental Health (WAIMH) awarded Dr. Heidelise Als with the Serge Lebovici Award. The award was given in recognition of her very significant contributions to the international field of infant mental health through her work with newborns, especially the assessment and treatment of premature infants and their families.
James Helm, PhD Receives the Health Care Hero Award
James Helm, PhD, Director of the Carolina NIDCAP Training Center, received the Health Care Hero Award in the Medical Professional category from the Triangle Business Journal, a multimedia source for local business news, research and events in the Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill, North Carolina region. The award recognizes people “who have put innovation and compassion to work to improve the human condition.”