10 Sep Michael D. Litten Awards Scholarships for Science and Soul Conference
Roswell, GA, – September 10th, 2019 – Michael D. Litten, Founder of the Foundation for Premature Infants is delighted to provide three $500 scholarships to the 3rd Annual Congress for Trauma-informed Neuroprotective Care of Hospitalized Infants, Families and the Clinicians (aka Science and Soul 2020). The conference is taking place in beautiful Lisbon Portugal February 28-29, 2020 with a pre-congress workshop on Thursday, February 27th on The Journey to Certification in Trauma-informed Neonatal Care. For more information visit: https://caringessentials.net/the-conference.
The founder of the conference and President & Global Learning Officer, BSN, MS, APN, CCRN of Caring Essentials Collaborative, Mary Coughlin, said “We are extremely grateful to the generosity of The Foundation for Premature Infants who gifted the scholarships. The scholarship recipients include:
Denise Nickelson, DPT, Baptist Memorial Hospital NICU in Memphis Tennessee, Mary Stanford, PhD(c), MS, CCC-SLP, CNT Senior Manager of the Health Alliance team at Evolve BioSystems, a microbiome company in Davis, CA and Wendy Hause, RN, Clinical Nurse III, Wellspan Health York Hospital.”
“I’m excited FPI has raised enough money through the generosity of folks passionate about those without a voice, premature infants, to be able to make this donation,” said Michael D. Litten. The Foundation’s core belief is, as Horton said so succinctly and eloquently: “a person’s a person, no matter how small.”