Autumn Meeting 2022

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Autumn Meeting 2022

Submission deadline 5pm GMT on 14th October 2022.

Keynote Lecture

Prof Sarah Stock, University of Edinburgh 

 ‘Antenatal Corticosteroids – the good, the bad and the unknown’

Widdowson Lecture

Prof Marianne Thoresen, University of Bristol, University of Oslo:

‘Therapeutic hypothermia: what we know and what we need to know’


Best Presentation by a Trainee

Dr Felicity Fitzgerald

Autumn Meeting, 10th November 2022

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

Meeting Virtual Link: To be emailed to delegates on 9 November 2022

Session 1

9:00. Dr Fran Conti-Ramsden, King’s College London The contribution of hypertensive disorders of pregnancy to the burden of late preterm and term admissions to neonatal units in the UK

9:15. Julia Lanoue, Imperial College London Longitudinal analysis of neonatal admissions and outcomes of very and extremely preterm babies in England and Wales 2013 – 2021 9:30. Dr Behrouz Nezafat Maldonado, Imperial College London Admissions and early transfers of infants with congenital diaphragmatic hernia in England and Wales 2012-2020

9:45. Dr George Bethell, University of Southampton Comparision of outcomes with and without trans-anastomotic tube insertion in congenital duodenal obstruction – a systematic review and meta analysis

10:00. Tea / coffee

Session 2

10:30. Dr David Odd, University of Cardiff Ethnicity, deprivation, and infant mortality: findings from the National Child Mortality Database

10:45. Dr N. Khan, University College London Assessing the use of neonatal bloodstream infection guidelines in two sub-Saharan African countries using routine data collected via Neotree

11:00. Dr Jay Banerjee, Imperial College London Non-invasive continuous measurement of cardiac output in neonatal intensive care using regional impedence cardiography

11:15. Tea / coffee

Session 3

11:45. Keynote Lecture Professor Sarah Stock, University of Edinburgh Antenatal steroids – the good, the bad and the unknown

12:30. Annual General Meeting (Open to members of the Neonatal Society) In-person at the Royal Society of Medicine and via a virtual breakout session

13:30. Lunch break

Session 4

14:30. Andre Chew, King’s Coillege London Executive functions in preschool children with congenital heart disease and controls

14:45. Julia Gundersen, University of Oslo Restraint stress during neonatal hypoxia-ischemia alters brain injury following normothermia and hypothermia

15:00. Dr Gemma Sullivan, University of Edinburgh Sex differences in human IPSC-derived microglia

15.15. Afternoon Tea / Coffee

Session 5

15:45.Haoxuan Zhang, University College London Complexity of broadband near infrared spectroscopy signals in term newborn infants relates to outcome following neonatal encephalopathy

16:00. Yesenia Santana, Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry The feasibility and value of using video with the cerebral function monitor for seizure detection in newborns on the neonatal unit

16:15. Dr Fahad Arattu Thodika, King’s College London Respiratory function monitoring during early resuscitation and prediction of outcomes in prematurely born infants

Session 6

16:40. Prizes for best presentations

16:45. Widdowson Lecture Professor Marianne Thoresen, University of Bristol and University of Oslo Therapeutic hypothermia: what we know and what we need to know

17:45. Close of meeting

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