Programme (2018)

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Confirmed Speakers:
  • Professor Karen Puopolo – Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics , Perlman School of Medicine & Medical Director, CHOP Newborn Care at Pennsylvania Hospital, USA
  • Professor Catherine Williamson – Professor of Women’s Health. Department of Women and Children’s Health, King’s College, London, UK
  • Professor Gunnar Naulaers – Professor and Head of Neonatal Services, University Hospital, Leuven, Belgium
  • Professor Lucy Chappell – NIHR Research Professor in Obstetrics and Consultant Obstetrician, King’s College, London, UK
  • Professor Timothy Draycott – Professor and Consultant Obstetrician, North Bristol NHS Trust, Bristol, UK
  • Dr. Pippa Kyle – Formerly Consultant /Lead Fetal Medicine, Guys and St. Thomas’s NHS Foundation Trust
  • Professor Jason Gardosi Professor of Maternal and Perinatal Health, University of Warwick & Director of Perinatal Institute, Birmingham
  • Professor Craig White Professor and Divisional Clinical Lead, The Quality Unit, Scottish Government
 Topics include:
  • Safe reduction in antibiotic use in the perinatal period using the Sepsis Risk Calculator – What clinicians need to know?
  • Liver diseases in pregnancy – impact on the mother and her baby
  • Non – invasive measurement of cerebral autoregulation – Can it guide therapeutic decisions
  • Preeclamptic Toxaemia – what do we need to know today as a perinatal clinician?
  • Multidisciplinary training to improve outcomes – learning from team work
  • Medico legal Claims in Obstetrics – learning from experience
  • ‘The Growth Assessment Protocol’ : perinatal implications and challenges
  • Evaluation of the usefulness of laboratory investigations in neonatal early onset sepsis 
  • Implementing the duty of candour and lessons from the Scottish Quality Improvement Journey