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NEONATAL UPDATE 2022 – the science of newborn care

noviembre 28 @ 8:00 AM - diciembre 2 @ 5:00 PM  Londres

The Neonatal Update is renowned for its innovative programme which includes contributions from a wide range of world-leading scientists and clinical researchers, many of whom have little direct involvement in newborn care. The aim is to introduce delegates to areas of science not necessarily met in their day-to-day activities, to widen horizons and to foster new collaborations.
We are really pleased to be back in person this year at BMA House, London – but with th option also to join the meeting virtually for those who cannot travel.
We hope you will be able to be part of this inspiring meeting.

Physical registration includes:

  • Full academic programme (25 x1 hr lecture sessions);
  • Light breakfast daily;
  • Substantial buffet lunch;
  • 3 servings of Fair Trade coffee and tea, with biscuits/cake;
  • Copy of the special edition of Early Human Development with papers from Neonatal Update speakers
  • Champagne reception for delegates and speakers.

Physical registration fees:

  • Full week Early bird before 31 July 2022: £760
  • Full week after 1 August 2022 : £895
  • 1 day: £240
  • 2 days: £420
  • 3 days: £600
  • 4 days: £760

Virtual registration fees:

  • Individual before 31 July £150; Individual after 1 August £200
  • Groups of 5-9 (booked together) £100/delegate
  • Groups of 10+ (booked together) £ 50/delegate

Register here

Enquiries: judy.gowing@imperial.ac.uk

CONFIRMED SPEAKERS AND TOPICS

Professor Christoph Lees, Imperial College London: Pre-eclampsia management: optimising outcomes for mothers and babies
Professor Yacoub Khalaf, Kings College London: Assisted reproductive technologies: now and in the future
Professor Sir Andrew Pollard, University of Oxford: TOPIC TBC
Professor Dominic Wilkinson, University of Oxford: Ethical considerations around treatments in fetal life and at the margins of postnatal viability
Professor Alexandra Benachi, Faculty of Medicine, Paris Sud: Antenatal management of congenital diaphragmatic hernia
Professor Howard Clark, University College London: Antiviral and immunomodulatory properties of the surfactant proteins
Professor Trudie Lang, University of Oxford: How to build research capacity and create global partnerships involving high, middle and low income countries
Ms Anna Kent, Dorset County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Medicines san Frontières: Midwifery on the front line
Professor Hans van Goudoever, Amsterdam UMC: Enteral recombinant insulin and other novel approaches to improve feed tolerance in extremely preterm babies

THE 2022 DAVID HARVEY LECTURE
Professor Mark Hanson, University of Southampton: 1000 days for 1000 months: translating 20 years of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease research into policy and practice
Professor Petter Brodin, Imperial College London: The determinants of variation in human immune systems
Professor Lyn Chitty, University College London: Non-invasive prenatal diagnosis: current status and future horizons
Professor Liz Comrie-Thomson, Burnett Institute, Melbourne, Australia: Involving men to tackle gender inequity and improve maternal and newborn health
Professor Paolo Manzoni, Turin: Emerging prospects for reducing the global burden of Respiratory Syncytial Virus disease in infancy
Professor Patrick McNamara, University of Iowa: Enhanced precision in neonatal cardiovascular care
Professor Brett Manley, The Royal Women’s Hospital, Melbourne: The role of high-flow therapy at resuscitation and during neonatal care
Professor Paolo di Coppi, Great Ormond Street Hospital, London: Management of neonates with oesophageal atresia and tracheoesophageal fistula
Professor Kathy Beardsall, University of Cambridge: Real-time continuous glucose monitoring in the neonatal intensive care unit

Professor Nikki Robertson, University of Edinburgh: A critique of current neuroprotective strategies

noviembre 28 @ 8:00 AM - diciembre 2 @ 5:00 PM
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Imperial College London
Judy.gowing@imperial.ac.uk

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