The Annual International Neonatal Conference will be held on Thursday 6 and Friday 7 June 2024 at The James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough. 

This advanced neonatal conference is aimed towards professionals who are engaged in the care of newborn infants and will include consultants, specialist trainees, advanced nurse practitioners and senior neonatal nurses.

Topics include:

  • Does intratracheal Budesonide and Surfactant improve outcomes – Results from PLUSS trial.
  • Optimizing respiratory support in delivery room.
  • Update on oxygen therapy at resuscitation.
  • Does Japan have better outcomes with extreme preterm infants? Why?
  • Current status of BPD in Japan.
  • How do they feed extreme preterm infants in Germany?
  • Workshops/CBD: On optimizing conventional ventilation.
  • Workshops/CBD: On optimizing high frequency ventilation.
  • BPD prevention bundle from Germany.
  • What research has changed neonatal practice in UK?
  • What is platform trials? Platipus adaptive platform trial in ANZ.
  • Neonatal airway update.
  • Optimising oxygenation during neonatal intubation- results from THRIVE study.
  • Current evidence on High flow therapy in NICU.
  • How could I avoid Intubation? Do I have a choice?
  • Shall we play a game?- RETAIN board game workshop on neonatal resuscitation.

More details

British Association of Perinatal Medicine (BAPM) is registered in England & Wales under charity number 1199712 at 5-11 Theobalds Road, London, WC1X 8SH.
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