Neonatal seizures. Neonatal seizures can lead to serious consequences for newborns, including long-term morbidity and mortality. In high-resource neonatal intensive care units, screening for seizures with CEEG has become commonplace and is considered standard of care. Accurate seizure prediction can help optimize the allocation of CEEG resources and improve care for critically ill neonates. In our recent study, we aimed to develop seizure prediction models using data extracted from standardized EEG reports. Here is a brief overview of our findings using real-world data to predict seizures in neonates.