Program 2019

The program includes lectures 7-9 April, and workshops 10 April.

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Confirmed Lecture topics and Speakers

Neonatal transports – how to do them safe and easy Morten Breindahl, Denmark
Using a count of 3 neonatal morbidities to select high-risk preterm infants for long-term follow-up Barbara Schmidt, USA
Transfusions in preterm infants Haresh Kirpalani, USA
Treating pain in neonates Karel Allegaert, Belgium
Dosing antibiotics for term and preterm infants Karel Allegaert, Belgium
How to improve quality on the NICU Joseph Kaempf, USA
Hyperglycemia – how to manage and why Kathryn Beardsal, UK
Why we should rehearse simulated scenarios Ruth Gottstein, UK
MRI after preterm birth : for/against debate David Edwards, UK
MRI after preterm birth : for/against debate Liisa Lehtonen, Finland
Go with the (high) flow Brett Manley, Australia
ESPGHAN – what’s new in the updated nutritional guidelines Nadja Haiden, Austria
Prevention of BPD Christian Poets, Germany
The many inotropes – what to use when? Yogen Singh, UK
Cord Clamping, 1.0 and 2.0 Ola Andersson, Sweden
Etiology and diagnosis of neonatal seizures Geraldine Boylan, Ireland
How to Explain When NEC Rates Persist – Even When a NICU Does Everything “Right” Ravi Patel, USA
Infants surviving at the limit of viability – what are the outcomes and what shall we do? Ulrika Ådén, Sweden
Ethical decision making around the limit of viability Gorm Greisen, Denmark
Parent participation in decision-making in the NICU Eduard Verhagen, Netherlands

 

Planned workshops

Neonatal transportation Morten Breindahl and Christian Heiring, Denmark
When has enough evidence accumulated to change the standard of care?
How should we interpret non-inferiority trials?
Barbara Schmidt and Haresh Kirpalani, US
Echocardiography for neonatologists Yogen Singh, UK
Family-based care Sari Ahlqvist-Björkroth and
Liisa Lethonen, Finland
Infant microbioma and probiotics TBA