2017 Spring Programme

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Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street, London, W1G 0AE

09.15 Coffee

Session1: Chair – Dr James Boardman, General Secretary

09.45. Y Hodovanets, Bukovinian State Medical University, Ukraine
Diagnostic and predictive value of serum cystatin C in case of neonatal acute kidney injury in critically ill full-term infants

10.00. L Osbourne, Royal London Hospital
Development and External Evaluation of a Population Pharmacokinetic Model for Vancomycin in Neonates using Prospectively Collected Data

10.15. R Nallianan, University Hospital, Southampton
Cumulative Index of Exposure to Hypocarbia during Transport in Neonates with Hypoxic Ischaemic Encephalopathy receiving Therapeutic Hypothermia

10.30. S Ali, Imperial College London
Outcome Reporting in Neonatal Clinical Trials: a Systematic Review

10.45. P Rowsome, Imperial College London/ University of Edinburgh
Infant Feeding at 3 months of age in a Prospective Cohort Born in a UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Hospital: the Impact of Maternal and Delivery related Variables

11.00. Tea / coffee

Session 2: Chair – Professor Helen Budge, Treasurer

11.30. K Beardsall, University of Cambridge
Feasibility of Real Time Continuous Glucose Monitoring in Neonatal Intensive Care

11.45. P Mikrou, Birmingham Women’s Hospital
Pulse Oximetry Screening For Critical Congenital Heart Defects: a Repeat UK National Survey

12.00. Keynote lecture: Professor John Achermann, Institute of Child Health, UCL
What’s new in sex development?

13.00. Lunch break

Session 3: Chair – Dr Karen Luyt, Committee member

14.15. R Lee-Kelland, University of Bristol
Children Who Receive Therapeutic Hypothermia for HIE but did not develop Cerebral Palsy, have Reduce Cognitive and Motor Performance at 6-8 years

14.30. M Thoresen, University of Oslo
Delivering Human Umbilical Cord Blood Cells after Hypothermia Augments Neuroprotection after Severe Brain Injury in the Vannucci seven day old Rat Model

14.45. I Panayotidis, University College London
The Distribution of Pain-Related Activity across the Neonatal Cerebral Cortex

15.00. C Gale, Imperial College London.
National Incidence of Brain Injuries occurring at or soon after Birth in England: a report of work undertaken for the Department of Health National Maternity Ambition

15.15. J Webbe, Imperial College London
Parents, Patients and Health Professionals Report Different Outcomes of Neonatal Care as important: a Systematic Review of Qualitative Research

15.30. Afternoon Tea / Coffee

Session 4: Chair – Professor Howard Clark, President

16.00. M Kong, University of Southampton
The Impact of Necrotising Enterocolitis on Brain Development in Preterm Infants: Preliminary Report

16.15. H Jenkins, Imperial College London
The Exoenzyme Activity of the Preterm Gut

16.30. The McCance Lecture. Professor Frances Cowan, Visiting Professor, University of Bristol.
30 years of Neonatal MRI: Lessons Learned about Prognosis following Perinatal Brain Injury. 

17.30 Drinks and close of meeting

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