As many will know, this international meeting has been running in London for around 40 years. But 2020 is different in so many ways. We have moved to an innovative new virtual platform that will provide 20 pre-recorded lectures from 2 November 2020, from eminent speakers who are leaders in their field. This will be followed, from 16 November, by a schedule of hour-long live sessions with each of the speakers that will include a 20-minute lecture resumé – 20  minutes taking pre-submitted questions, and 20 minutes live discussion.

As a registered delegate, you will be able to view the lectures as many times as you wish in the privacy of your own space or with colleagues, and will have opportunity to pre-submit questions prior to the live session, and be involved in discussion and Q & A on the day.

Registration fee:  £150.

Full details:

Confirmed topics and speakers:

Rethinking neonatal parental nutrition
Professor Greet Van den Berghe, KU Leuven University, Belgium

Caring for infants after hospital discharge
Professor Mitch Blair, Imperial College London

How to draw causal inferences from observational and epidemiological studies
Professor Deborah Lawlor, University of Bristol

Adult health outcomes after preterm birth
Professor Casey Crump, Icahn School of Medicine, Mount Sinai, New York

The 2020 David Harvey Lecture
What next for Cochrane Neonatal?

Professor Roger Soll, University of Vermont

Vaginal dysbiosis and preterm birth
Professor Phil Bennett, Imperial College London

Paternal diet and offspring health
Professor Adam Watkins, University of Nottingham

The future of cystic fibrosis care
Professor Jane Davies, Imperial College London

Managing heart failure in neonates
Professor Willem Pieter de Boode, Radboud University, The Netherlands

Intrahepatic cholestasis of pregnancy
Professor Cath Williamson, Kings College London

Interstitial lung disease in infancy
Professor Andy Bush, Imperial College London

Wheezy phenotypes in infancy
Professor Adnan Custovic, Imperial College London

Fetal bladder outflow obstruction
Ms Marie-Klaire Farrugia, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, London

The latest on prevention and treatment of perinatal blood-borne viruses
Professor Gareth Tudor-Williams, Imperial College London

Mechanisms of programming across generations
Professor Amanda Drake, University of Edinburgh

Prenatal Opioid Exposure - increasing evidence of harm
Dr Helen Mactier, University of Glasgow

Neonatal Update Young Investigator Award Lectures

Real-world data for real patient benefit
Professor Neena Modi, Imperial College London

Lung ultrasound for neonatal practitioners
Professor Francesco Raimondi, University of Naples

Race, eugenics and 21st century gene editing

Dr Adam Rutherford, geneticist, broadcaster and science writer

If you have any specific questions, please contact: Judy Gowing

British Association of Perinatal Medicine (BAPM) is registered in England & Wales under charity number 285357 at 5-11 Theobalds Road, London, WC1X 8SH.
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