For BAPM 2020 we are joining forces with BMFMS and the Neonatal Society.

The programme includes:

  • Management of Extreme Preterm Birth before 27 weeks of gestation - Dr Helen Mactier
  • Predicting and preventing preterm birth - Professor Andy Shennan
  • Preparing for the preterm birth (steroids, transfer, mode of delivery) - Dr Sarah Stock
  • Patient perspective – Author of “The First Breath” - Olivia Gordon
  • Optimising neurodevelopmental outcome - how well are we doing? - Dr Karen Luyt
  • Maternity and Neonatal Transformation Programme - Dr Matthew Jolly & Professor Neil Marlow
  • BAPM FOUNDERS LECTURE: From the cradle to the classroom: Improving educational outcomes for children born preterm - Professor Sam Johnson
  • Fetal surgery for spina bifida - Professor Michael Belfort
  • Fetal surgery the UK experience - Professor Anna David
  • Postnatal management of spina bifida - Mr Roddy O’Kane
  • BAPM PETER DUNN LECTURE: Fetal surgery for other conditions – Where are we now? What are the ethical considerations? - Professor Jan Deprest
  • Maternal Medicine - Dr Uma Mahadevan
  • Labour and Delivery - Tim Draycott
  • Neonatal Society David Harvey Fellowship Lecture - Professor Linda de Vries
  • Can we predict and prevent stillbirth? - Professor Gordon Smith
  • Paediatric genomics: new methods for diagnosing rare disease in infants - Professor David FitzPatrick
  • National programme GIRFT - Dr Eleri Adams
  • Midwifery/continuity of care - Professor Jacquline Dunkley-Bent
  • Human Factors - Mr Peter Brennan
  • HSIB - Professor Jimmy Walker
  • Global Maternal Health - Dr Christine Edwards
  • Global Child health - Professor Joy Lawn
  • Is the NHS fit for the future? - Professor Sir Bruce Keogh

Abstracts

Abstract submissions are now open.
Submission deadline: 27 January 2020

Submit an abstract

For more information regarding abstract submissions, please visit the Perinatal 2020 website.

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