National Neonatal Audit Programme (NNAP) & Neonatal Data Analysis Unit (NDAU)
The annual meeting will provide delegates within the neonatal community the opportunity of networking and engagement whilst receiving a full overview of the current work that is being undertaken by the National Neonatal Audit Programme (NNAP) and the Neonatal Data Analysis Unit (NDAU) .
This multi-professional neonatal event will showcase initiatives in neonatal care that have been undertaken over the past 12 months. The programme will also include an interactive table work session...
Explore the impact of the death of a child on a family and build your confidence and skills when communicating with and supporting grieving families. For all those whose work brings them into contact with families grieving the death of their child.
“ The training will help me deal with the situation of child loss. The examples and stories were useful to reflect the impact of grief on family members .” Speciality Doctor in Paediatrics
This symposium targets the undiscovered phases of neonatal and perinatal research which gives an inimitable chance to researchers all over the world to participate, share and perceive new thoughts and also exploration work. Our theme “Novel innovations and discoveries in Neonatology” focuses on understanding the unknown facts of the neonatology, perinatology and its research. The two day conference embraces the workshops and keynote speech from some prominent researchers.
The conference aims to bring together professionals from obstetrics, midwifery, paediatrics, neonatal and allied specialties to share best practices and recent advances in this progressing area of clinical care.
Eminent speakers from UK, Europe and US.
Doctors £100 , Trainees £60 , Nurses and midwives £35
The innovative theme: “Novel Advancement in Neonatal Nursing & Maternal Healthcare Research”.
The two days conference includes Neonatal and Maternal Healthcare workshops, Symposiums and distinct keynote sessions conducted by prominent and renowned speakers who shine in the field of Neonatology and Maternal Healthcare, Pediatrics, Neonatal Medicine, Pediatric Research, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Women’s Healthcare, Child development.
Neonatal neurology is ever evolving and new knowledge is always emerging. Assessment techniques have become more advanced. Newer imaging modalities are increasingly used to help map the extent of brain injury and its implications for neurodevelopment. We have lined up exciting talks from experts in the field.
Topics to include: Developing Individualised Neuroprotection Advanced MRI Techniques Use of aEEG and EEG in prognosticating HIE Why do some infants fail to benefit from therapeutic...
Increase your understanding and build confidence in communicating sensitively with parents. Supporting the HTA codes of practice, around consent, donation and post mortem.
Learning outcomes :
gain knowledge about different types of post-mortem examination understand what happens at a paediatric post-mortem increase confidence in talking to bereaved parents about post-mortem examination explore the issues around retaining tissue get a clearer understanding of the need for...
This course is the second level in the Family and Infant Neurodevelopmental Education (FINE) curriculum and is spread over 12 weeks, building on the learning from the Foundation Toolkit training. The first half of the course is devoted to behavioural observation and the second half integrates this into the caregiving context.
Delegates must attend FINE level 1 before attending this course.
Explore the impact that pregnancy loss and the death of a baby can have on a family looking at up-to-date research and the National Bereavement Care Pathway (2017).
explore and develop self-awareness in relation to loss, grief and bereavement recognise physical and emotional reactions to grief gain an understanding of what parents may need when they are faced with the death of their baby be aware of current guidelines, research and initiatives around baby loss...