Fellowship in Neonatology


  • MBBS MD/ MS/ DNB/ DCH (Paediatrics)


  • 1 Year

Course Objective

Welcome to the Fellowship in Neonatology, a comprehensive program designed to equip healthcare professionals with specialized knowledge and skills in caring for newborns. This fellowship is tailored for pediatricians, nurses, and other medical practitioners aspiring to excel in the specialized field of neonatal care. By the end of our Fellowship in Neonatology, participants will emerge as competent, compassionate, and knowledgeable neonatal healthcare providers, ready to make a positive impact on the lives of newborns and their families.

Course Description

  • Basic Sciences in Neonatology:-  Lay the foundation by providing a clear understanding of the basic sciences that form the backbone of neonatal care. This module introduces participants to the fundamental sciences such as anatomy, physiology, and biochemistry specific to neonates. We delve into how these basic principles apply to the unique healthcare needs of newborns, setting the stage for more advanced neonatal concepts.

  • General Neonatology:- Equip participants with a comprehensive understanding of general neonatal care, emphasizing the holistic approach needed for newborn well-being. Here, we cover the basics of neonatal care, including routine examinations, developmental milestones, and essential interventions. Participants will learn to recognize signs of health and potential issues, ensuring a solid foundation in providing general neonatal care.

  • Fetal Medicine:- Explore the crucial intersection between fetal development and neonatal care to enhance participants’ skills in anticipating and addressing potential challenges. This module focuses on the period before birth, covering prenatal assessments, common fetal conditions, and the transition from fetal to neonatal life. Participants will gain insights into recognizing and managing issues that may arise during this critical phase.

  • Systemic Neonatology:- Provide an in-depth understanding of neonatal systemic health, covering cardiovascular, respiratory, gastrointestinal, and renal systems. Participants will explore the intricacies of each system as it relates to neonatal health. Emphasis is placed on recognizing normal developmental processes, identifying deviations, and implementing appropriate interventions to ensure systemic well-being. 

  • Neonatal Infections:- Develop expertise in the identification, prevention, and treatment of neonatal infections, a critical aspect of neonatal care. This module covers common neonatal infections, their causes, preventive measures, and evidence-based treatment approaches. Participants will gain practical skills in recognizing early signs of infection and implementing timely interventions to safeguard neonatal health.

  • And more modules are included. 

Career Opportunities

Completing a Fellowship in Neonatology opens up a range of rewarding career opportunities where you can play a pivotal role in shaping the well-being of newborns and their families. As a neonatologist, you become a frontline healthcare provider, specializing in the care of premature or medically challenged newborns, offering specialized medical expertise within Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICUs). Alternatively, you can choose to work as a pediatrician with a neonatal focus, providing comprehensive care to infants and young children. Whichever path you choose, a Fellowship in Neonatology equips you with the skills and knowledge to make a meaningful impact in the world of neonatal care. Enroll now to unlock your potential and embark on a fulfilling career journey!

Fee Structure

Fees for the fellowship in Neonatology may differ from country to country.