Our Speakers Bureau provides a list of our members who are representatives of the NIDCAP model, practice, training program and science, and/or family hospital experience. Our members are approved through an NFI application process to speak on NIDCAP-related topics. Contact our speakers directly to invite them to speak at your next event, conference, or workshop.

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The Developmental Observer, the official newsletter of the NIDCAP Federation International (NFI), is published semi-annually. The newsletter provides information about our organization and furthers understanding of our NIDCAP work. One issue per year is dedicated to publishing the abstracts that have been presented at the NIDCAP Trainers Meeting each year.

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The NFI has launched its Learning Center where videos, webinars, podcasts and reading are available.

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The NFI offers memberships to Professionals who are NIDCAP certified or in training, as well as to parents and families of hospitalized infants and newborns.

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On March 20th, the NIDCAP Federation International (NFI) invites you to join, celebrate and promote NIDCAP care for newborns and infants in hospitals and their families.

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The NFI’s official blog includes a range of NIDCAP-related topics that have been written by healthcare professionals and families who have experienced hospital care with their infants.  If you wish to submit a blog post please write to us at shareyourstory@nidcap.org.


NIDCAP Federation International strives to promote NIDCAP care for all newborns and infants and their families, and for the healthcare professionals who care for them. For inquiries, please contact us.

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It is the NFI’s position based on the research available, that non-separation of parent-infant dyads and parents’ active participation in infant care are essential to mitigate sequelae for hospitalized infants during these critical periods of development.

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