For BAPM 2020 we are joining forces with BMFMS and the Neonatal Society for 2.5 days of fantastic international speakers, panel discussions, free papers, poster walks, late breaking abstracts, patient stories, awards and networking.

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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

Registration is open now.

Early bird tickets are available until 26 March.

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