Conference webinar - British Association of Perinatal Medicine in conjunction with the Neonatal Society

Chaired by Stephen Wardle and Kevin Goss, this free, live online event will feature guest lectures and abstract presentations, with opportunities for delegates to ask questions. It's an online version of the paediatric sub-specialty symposium due to take place at the RCPCH Conference and exhibition in April 2020.
RCPCH Conference Online 2020
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Accompanying posters for this session are available to view on the RCPCH ePoster platform until 4 December 2020.

CHAIRS: Stephen Wardle, Consultant Neonatologist Nottingham University Hospitals, Honorary Secretary, BAPM
Kevin Goss, Consultant Neonatologist, Senior Lecturer, University of Southampton, Neonatal Society

14:00-14:30 Neonatal Transformation Programme, Professor Neil Marlow, Professor of Neonatal Medicine at University College London and current Chair of the NHS England Neonatal Critical Care Clinical Reference Group 

14:30-14:40 Prevalence and pattern of prenatal alcohol exposure determined by alcohol biomarkers in newborn blood spot screening cards, EMA Henderson, ID 764

14:40-14:50 Assessment of continuous side-stream end tidal capnography monitoring on the neonatal intensive care unit, E Williams, ID 520

14:50-15:20 BAPM Extremely Preterm Infant Framework for Practice,  Helen Mactier, Consultant Neonatologist and Honorary Clinical Associate Professor, Princess Royal Maternity and the University of Glasgow, President BAPM

15:20-15:40 Comfort Break 

15:40-15:50 Intra- and inter-observer variability in PDA size measured on transthoracic echocardiography (TTE) in extremely preterm babies, K Babla, ID 82

15:50-16:00 The maternal and neonatal microbiota correlates of preterm birth and adverse neonatal outcomes,  MC Quek, ID 349

16:00-16:30 Neonatal infection and sensible use of antibiotics, Sujoy Banerjee, Consultant Neonatologist, Swansea 

16:30-17:00 Trends and associations of neonatal brain injuries, Chris Gale Reader in Neonatology, Imperial College, London

17:00 Finish