This event took place on 27 April at the America Square Conference Centre, London. More than 100 people joined us, including parents, multidisciplinary neonatal unit staff members and neonatal network representatives.
The day began with a presentation by our Clinical Lead, Dr Sam Oddie, Consultant Neonatologist, Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, who spoke about the achievements and future direction for NNAP.
NICE guidance on developmental follow-up of children & young people born preterm: From Guidance Development to Practice - Dr Joe Fawke, Consultant Neonatologist, Leicester Univeristy Hospitals
How many NICUs does England need, and where should they be? - Dr Michael Allen, Senior Modeller, NIHR PenCLAHRC
Comparing the rates of BPD on the basis of like-with-like - Dr Nicholas Longford, NNAP/NDAU Statistician
Audits for quality improvement. Can we do better? - Professor Robbie Foy, Professor of Primary Care, Leeds Institute of Health Sciences
I Would Drive 100 Miles - Sam Cunningham King, Parent Talk
What NNAP is doing to Measure Parental Partnership in Care & Minimise Excess Parental Travel Time? - Dr Sam Oddie, NNAP Clinical Lead, Consultant Neonatologist, Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Achieving Baby Friendly Accreditation in a NICU - Dr Sunita Seal, Consultant Neonatologist. Kelly Young, Neonatal Matron. Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS FT
Minimising Inappropriate Separation of Term & Preterm Infants from their Mother - Michele Upton, Head of Maternity & Neonatal Transformation Prgrammes, NHS Improvement
Measuring Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy (HIE): How should the NNAP & NMPA work together? - Professor Neena Modi
Recording the Data: Central Line Associated Blood Stream Infection (CLABSI) Rates - Dr Rebecca Lancaster
NeopremQI: A Year to be Proud of! - Dr Thomas Isaac
Improving Admission Temperatures - Dr Anne Bean