Cool Topics in Neonatology 2019

Cool Topics 2019
This conference will be held on Thursday 14 and Friday 15 November 2019
PLEASE NOTE NEW VENUE
Carrillo Gantner Theatre (B02)
Building 158
Sidney Myer Asia Centre
The University of Melbourne
325/761 Swanston Street
Parkville VIC

Topics include:

  • Perinatal asphyxia: what is it and what can we do about it?
  • New insights into care of the fetus and newborn
  • Evidence in our daily practice
  • Improving long term outcomes
  • New insights into care of the fetus and newborn
  • Evidence in our daily practice

Speakers:

Professor Sandra Juul - University of Washington
Professor Neena Modi - Imperial College, London
Professor Christian F. Poets - Tuebingen University, Germany
Professor Richard A. Polin - Columbia University, New York 
Professor Roger F. Soll - University of Vermont
Associate Professor Michael Cheung - Royal Children’s Hospital, Victoria
Professor Stuart Hooper AM Hudson - Medical Research Centre, Victoria
Professor Martin Kluckow - University of Sydney, NSW
Dr Brett Manley - The Women’s, Victoria
Associate Professor Suzie Miller - The Ritchie Centre, Victoria
Dr Louise Owen - The Women’s, Victoria
Associate Professor Alicia Spittle - The Women’s, Victoria
Professor Stephen Tong - Mercy Hospital for Women, Victoria
Dr Karli Treyvaud - La Trobe University, Victoria
Professor Euan M. Wallace - AM Monash University, Victoria 

Registration

Three types of registration categories are available.   

  • COOL TOPICS IN NEONATOLOGY 2019 Day 1 and Day 2 (Full two day registration)

Book for Thursday 14 and Friday 15 November

  • COOL TOPICS IN NEONATOLOGY 2019 Day 1 only

Book for Thursday 14 November

  • COOL TOPICS IN NEONATOLOGY 2019 Day 2 only

Book for Friday 15 November

•  Full list of speakers  

•   Full program for Cool Topics 2019

•   Cool Topics map, parking and accommodation

Cool Topics 2019 Sponsors

* Medela sponsorship is accepted at this neonatal conference as a company that supports breastfeeding and the provision of breast milk for sick and preterm infants.


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