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NEONATAL SOCIETY 2010 SUMMER PROGRAMME

The programme below provides the running order for the 2010 Summer Meeting. Abstracts are linked below, but may also be located using the alphabetical index. View images from the meeting.

Summer Meeting, 24th - 25th June 2010

Albert Hall, Nottingham

Thursday 24th June 2010

10.00 onwards Registration

12.00 Lunch

Session 1: Chair – Dr Anoo Jain, General Secretary of The Society

13.00 Ryan Dias, Northwick Park Hospital, Harrow, UK
Placental histopathology and its potential value to the neonatologist: A service evaluation

13.15 Sheetal Bhojani, Southend University Hospital, Essex, UK
Perinatal factors associated with acute kidney injury in preterm infants - a matched case control study

13.30 Priya Muthukumar, Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge, UK
Routine coagulation screening on admission to neonatal intensive care may increase use of fresh frozen plasma

13.45 Aravind Shastri, Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital, UK
Do serum troponin I concentrations correlate with severity of HIE?

Session 2: Chair – Professor Andrew Whitelaw, Member of The Society’s Committee

14.00 Neonatal Society Young Investigator, 2010: Don Sharkey, University of Nottingham, UK
Can adipocyte number and dysfunction be programmed by early life events? Clues from the suboptimal fetal experience
The Young Investigator Lecture is sponsored by Chiesi.

14.45 Afternoon Tea/Coffee

Session 3: Chair – Dr Stephen Wardle, Local Organiser and Member of The Society

15.15 Asha Shenvi, Birmingham Women’s Hospital, UK
Outcome of live born infants with congenital diaphragmatic hernia over a 10 year period in a tertiary Neonatal Unit in the West Midlands

15.30 Chantelle Mann, University of Nottingham, UK
Variation in current UK and international delivery room resuscitation practice

15.45 David Todd, Canberra Hospital, Australia
CPAP weaning method: Effect on length of wean, oxygen duration and hospital stay?

16.00 Kenny McCormick, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, UK
A Mixed Bag. An enquiry into the care of newborns receiving parenteral nutrition (National Confidential Enquiry into Patient Outcome and Death)

Session 4: Chair – Professor Howard Clark, Treasurer of The Society

16.30 Keynote speaker: Professor Donald Peebles, University College, London
Perinatal gene therapy: fact or fiction?

19.00 Neonatal Society Summer Meeting Dinner
Amarone Restaurant, Derby Road, Nottingham

Friday 26th June 2009

Session 5: Chair – Dr Helen Budge, Meetings Secretary of The Society

09.00 Lara Philipps, Chelsea & Westminster Campus, Imperial College London, UK
The effect of maternal diabetes during pregnancy on offspring health in childhood

09.15 Neelam Gupta, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, UK
Late onset septicaemia in a tertiary neonatal unit in Oxford

09.30 Claire Smith, University of Edinburgh, UK
Microarray Investigation of Host RNA Expression Profiles In Neonatal Infection

09.45 Emily Prior, Chelsea & Westminster Campus, Imperial College London, UK
The effect of mode of delivery on breastfeeding success

10.00 Morning Coffee/Tea

Session 6: Chair – Dr Richard Thwaites, Member of The Society’s Committee

10.30 Eugene Statnikov, Chelsea & Westminster Campus, Imperial College London, UK
Surveillance of necrotising enterocolitis in England

10.45 Stephen Kempley, Barts and the London, UK
Gastrointestinal problems in the Abnormal Doppler Enteral Prescription Trial (ADEPT Study)

Session 6: Chair – Professor Kate Costeloe, President of The Society

11.15 Tizard Lecture: Professor Hans van Goudoever, Erasmus University, Rotterdam
Early nutrition and long term consequences

12.15 Lunch

Session 8: Chair – Dr Andrew Leslie, Local Organiser and Member of The Society

13.15 David Odd, Southmead Hospital and University of Bristol, UK
Long term cognitive outcomes of infants born at near term

13.30 Vidheya Venkatesh, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Trust, UK
Infants born less than the 0.4th percentile for weight despite higher gestational age are at high risk of poor neurodevelopmental and growth outcome compared to very preterm infants

13.45 Matthew Hyde, Chelsea & Westminster Campus, Imperial College London, UK
The effect of preterm delivery on the urinary metabolome

Session 9: Chair – Dr Alison Forhead, Member of The Society’s Committee

14.00 Keynote speaker: Professor Michael Lomax, University of Nottingham
The molecular control of brown adipose tissue development

15.00 Afternoon Tea/Coffee. Close of Meeting.

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