Unit-level resistant colonisation in European neonatal intensive care units – Results from NeoIPC feasibility study

Antibiotic-resistant bacteria colonization patterns in different neonatal populations across European intensive care units

The impact of underreported infections on vaccine effectiveness estimates derived from retrospective cohort studies

VERDI poster wins “Best Poster” Award at ESPID 2024!

COVID-19 vaccine uptake and effectiveness by time since vaccination in the Western Cape province, South Africa: An observational cohort study during 2020-2022

A Europe-wide push to improve care for premature babies: New study explores benefits of kangaroo care on reducing infections in NICUs

Kangaroo care: nuovo studio europeo per proteggere i neonati dalle infezioni ospedaliere

Reducing Neonatal Severe Infection and Resistance Through Optimised Skin-To-Skin Contact (KC – Kangaroo Care) Using Pragmatic Data Collection Approaches

HVRRICANE study makes significant progress in paediatric HIV research

Risk of SARS-CoV-2 Reinfection in Children within the 12 Months Following Mild COVID-19: Insights from a Survey Study

Previous experience and motivation of healthcare workers for training in infection prevention and control and antimicrobial stewardship (the Team-COACH project)

Impact of In-Utero Exposure to Maternal SARS-CoV-2 Infection on Children’s Hospital Admission Rates: National Birth Cohort Study in England

SARS-CoV-2 Infection Incidence and Severity in Immunocompromised Children: A Population-Based Study in Italy and Norway

High maximum incidence of SARS-CoV-2 Delta and Omicron variants in children was associated with low cumulative infection rate and vaccination coverage in Estonia

HIV-1 drug resistance dynamics in the EARTH cohort: a mother-infant pair perspective

HIV-1 drug resistance dynamics in the EARTH cohort: a mother-infant pair perspective

High mortality following early initiation of antiretroviral therapy in infants living with HIV from three African countries

EARTH study reveals high mortality rates among infants with HIV despite early treatment