Evidence and Excellence in Perinatal Care - BAPM and EBNEO Conference 2019

Date: 
11 Sep 2019 - 2:00pm to 13 Sep 2019 - 4:30pm
Host: 
BAPM
Location: 
Northumbria University
City Campus East Building,
Newcastle Upon Tyne
NE1 8ST
United Kingdom

This year BAPM and EBNEO are joining forces to give you even more quality content. We have sold out the last two years so make sure you book early!

 

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Who should attend?

For everyone who is interested in delivering quality care to babies and their families including consultants and trainees in neonatal medicine and obstetrics, nurse practitioners, nurses, allied health care professionals, parents and advocacy organisations.

  • Hear from the leaders in the field on the latest best practice
  • Be the first to hear ground breaking research
  • Contribute to the development of policy for quality perinatal care
  • Present your own work through free papers and posters
  • Network with colleagues from across the British Isles and beyond
  • Benefit from excellent CPD opportunities

 

Programme and Speakers

  • Sustained inflation – yes or no? - Prof Haresh Kirpalani
  • How will NNAP data make my babies better? - Dr Sam Oddie and Dr Julie-Clare Becher
  • Use and misuse of the number needed to treat (NNT) - Prof Barbara Schmidt
  • Planet 2 – when to give platelets - Dr Simon Stanworth
  • Family integrated care – How we made it work - Dr Neil Patel and Ms Ainsley Ballantyne
  • Artificial gestation – are we nearly there? - Prof Marcus Davey
  • Fake news; lies and their impact in academic medicine - Prof Martin Elliott
  • An update on ROP - Dr Gill Adams
  • Managing hypoglycaemia - Prof Jane Harding
  • Hot, humid, and windy: nasal high-flow in neonatology - Dr Brett Manley
  • Is genomics a paradigm shift in healthcare? - Prof. Sir John Burn
  • Pain – to stroke or not to stroke? - Dr Rebeccah Slater
  • What is evidence, and how do I know what to believe? - Prof Bill McGuire
  • A parent’s perspective - Ms Silke Mader
  • The infant microbiome - Dr Christopher Stewart

Plus:

  • Panel disucussion on managing extreme preterm birth with Dr Helen Mactier, Prof Dominic Wilkinson, Dr Meekai To, Prof Neil Marlow.
  • Breakfast seminars on 'Modern media for neonatal education', 'Updates on research' and 'The National Maternity and Perinatal Audit'.
  • Free papers

 

Prices

Please note each ticket needs to be booked separately, and that when you first go to the bookings page, the default is 1 ticket for "Consultant - non member - 3 day" If this option does not apply to you, change the quantity to "0" before proceeding to the category that does. 

Also, due to the popularity of the Conference Dinner on Thursday, 12th September, we are now operating a waiting list. If you would like to be added to the waiting list, in case a place becomes available, please register your interest via email to bapm@rcpch.ac.uk

 

BAPM Member

(3 days)

BAPM Member

(Wed only)

 

BAPM Member

(Thu or Fri only)

Non-member

(3 days)

Non-member

(Wed only)

Non-member

(Thu or Fri only

Consultants £300 £135 £165 £350 £155 £195
Trainees £230 £110 £140 £265 £130 £155
Nurses / AHPs / Others £155 £80 £95 £175 £95 £105
Students £60 £25 £25 £60 £25 £25

 

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