Cool Topics program

Program

Thursday 14 November

TIME SPEAKER TOPIC
7.30–8.30   REGISTRATION
8.30–8.35 Peter Davis WELCOME
8.35–10.30   MASTERMINDS: SPECIAL SUBJECTS
8.35–9.05 Roger Soll The keys to Collaborative Quality Improvement
9.05–9.35 Neena Modi

How fast should preterm babies grow?

9.35–10.05 Rich Polin

An evidenced-based approach to neonatal sepsis: Finding a needle in a haystack

10.05–10.30   Discussion
10.30–11.00   MORNING TEA
11.00–12.45   PERINATAL ASPHYXIA: WHAT IS IT AND WHAT CAN WE DO ABOUT IT?
11.00–11.30 Stuart Hooper

Circulatory transition: Delayed cord clamping, cord milking and asphyxia

11.30–12.00 Suzie Miller

Advances in neuroprotection of the newborn

12.00–12.30

Sandra Juul

Novel therapies for perinatal asphyxia

12.30–12.45

 

Discussion
12.45–13.30   LUNCH
13.30–15.00   NEW INSIGHTS INTO CARE OF THE FETUS AND NEWBORN
13.30–14.00 Stephen Tong

Recent obstetric developments: What the neonatal community needs to know

14.00–14.30 Christian Poets

Bonding the preterm infant in the delivery room

14.30–15.00   Discussion
15.00–15.30   AFTERNOON TEA
15.30–17.00   EVIDENCE IN OUR DAILY PRACTICE
15.30–16.00 Roger Soll

ILCOR and Evidence: When can we recommend a change in resuscitation practice?

16.00–16.30 Neena Modi

Preterm formula or pasteurised human donor milk to supplement insufficient Mum’s milk?

16.30–17.00  

Discussion

17.00–18.00   PROTECT COLLABORATORS MEETING
18.00   CLOSE

 

Friday 15 November

TIME SPEAKER TOPIC
7.30–8.30   REGISTRATION
8.30–10.15   ROCKING THE BOAT
8.30–9.00 Rich Polin A sceptic’s view of neonatal medicine: Balancing science and art
9.00–9.30 Martin Kluckow

Resuscitation to Transitional Support – a quiet revolution

9.30–10.00 Roger Soll

Why we don’t always do what trials tell us to do!

10.00–10.15   Discussion
10.15–10.45   MORNING TEA
10.45–12.30   COOL CHANGES
10.45-11.15 Louise Owen

To defer or not to defer: The question of parental consent

11.15-11.45 Brett Manley

Nasal high-flow in non-tertiary SCNs: Towards an evidence-based guidelines

11.45-12.15 Euan Wallace Not all change is improvement: Cool lessons from Safer Care Victoria
12.15–12.30

 

Discussion
12.30–13.30   LUNCH
13.30–15.15   IMPROVING LONG TERM OUTCOMES
13.30–14.00 Alicia Spittle

Early developmental interventions – from the nursery to home

14.00–14.30 Michael Cheung

Long term outcomes of cardiac babies

14.30–15.00

Karli Treyvaud

Parental mental health and outcomes after premature birth

15.00–15.15   Discussion
15.00–15.30   AFTERNOON TEA
15.45–17.00   THE LAST LAP
15.45–16.15 Rich Polin

Microbiome, prematurity and BPD

16.15–16.45 Neena Modi

Adult cardio-metabolic outcomes after preterm birth

16.45–17.00  

Discussion

17.00   CLOSE

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