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About the conference
Inequalities in perinatal care can affect morbidity and outcomes. This two day virtual conference will focus on positive and practical changes that perinatal teams can make to improve their practice and make sure that each and every mother, baby and family receives the best care. This conference is aimed at anyone who works in or has an interest in perinatal care.
The conference will be live-streamed online. Ticket-holders will also be able to view a recording of the conference for up to three months after the event.
Topics include inequalities of health outcomes for BAME women, social inequality and infant mortality, variation in neonatal practice and outcomes, the role of care coordinators, provision of AHP support, mild encephalopathy, ROP and the role of anti-VEGF, transfusing the preterm baby, antenatal transfer of women <24 weeks gestation, approach to management of the baby <24 weeks gestation, and management of babies born 27-30 weeks.
Day 1 - Perinatal Inequalities. (Includes BAPM AGM.)
Day 2 - Perinatal Uncertainties (Includes BAPM Awards)
Click here to see the latest version of the programme. Please note that there may be minor changes made before the day.
We will be accepting abstracts on any perinatal topic under the following categories:
- Research (original research or secondary literature)
- Quality Improvement
- Case studies (series or report)
Abstract Entry for 2021 is now closed. The abstracts are currently being reviewed and we will be in contact by the end of August to let you know if your abstract has been accepted. If you have any questions please contact the BAPM Office.
Early bird tickets ended 15 August.
Non-members are welcome to join BAPM now to get the discounted member ticket price. You get a discount on your ticket plus a whole range of other member benefits.
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