Posted on 04/12/2017 in Business

3rd Swansea Perinatal Symposium

Department of Neonatal Medicine, Singleton Hospital, Swansea Plasmarl, Swansea SA1 2FA, UK
£35.00 - £100.00
3rd Swansea Perinatal Symposium
Start Date
05/19/2017
End Date
05/19/2017

3rd Swansea Perinatal Symposium 2017

Improving outcomes for the mother and her child

DESCRIPTION:

The SWAPS is the only conference in the South West of the UK that focuses solely on perinatal topics. Only in its 3rd year, it has developed a reputation for quality and value for money and was attended by 220 delegates in 2016.  The conference aims to bring together professionals from obstetrics, midwifery, paediatrics, neonatal and allied specialties to share best practices and recent advances in this rapidly progressing area of clinical care. Our goal is to provide an opportunity for continuing medical education to all professionals at an affordable cost. The conference is hosted by the Department of Neonatology, ABMU Health Board and supported by Obstetric and Midwifery colleagues on the organizing committee. The conference attracts eminent speakers from all over the UK. The Inaugural conference in 2015 was held at the historic Sketty Hall in the beautiful coastal City of Swansea. In 2016, the conference moved to a bigger and dedicated conference halls of the Liberty Stadium, home to Swansea City Football Club. You can see the programme and information about the past conferences in their dedicated pages.

If you are a prospective delegate or an exhibitor and want more information about the 3rd Swansea Perinatal Symposium  please contact conference coordinators at Abigail.Porter@wales.nhs.uk

LEARNING OBJECTIVE: Delegates will learn about recent advances on a selected range of Perinatal conditions.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

Plenary topics:

(1) Perinatal Group B Streptococcus – Is it time to change strategy or wait for new developments?

(2) Intrapartum fetal hypoxia – greater scrutiny of CTG?

(3) Multidisciplinary training and simulation to improve outcomes

(4) Role of social media and technology in medicine

(5) Breaking the myths of breast feeding – the parent’s perspective

Neonatal Breakout session: Recent advances in the diagnosis and management of NEC; Moving beyond therapeutic hypothermia; Post–haemorrhagic hydrocephalus; DRIFT and cognitive outcome.

Obstetric Breakout session: Strategies to avoid late still births; Maternal cardiovascular disease and pregnancy; Perinatal epidemiology using record linked data.

Contact information: 

Registration contact: Abigail.porter@wales.nhs.uk; Tel: 01792285877

Further information: sujoy.banerjee@wales.nhs.uk, geraint.morris@wales.nhs.uk, madhuchanda.dey@wales.nhs.uk, nitin.goel@wales.nhs.uk

For further information about the scientific content of the conference, please contact

Dr. Geraint Morris geraint.morris@wales.nhs.uk

Dr. Sujoy Banerjee sujoy.banerjee@wales.nhs.uk

Dr. Madhuchanda Dey madhuchanda.dey@wales.nhs.uk


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