Scientific Information

Organising Institutions

EAPM President – Elie Saliba, France
President – Elect – Diogo Ayres de Campos, Portugal
Secretary General – Miroslaw Wielgos, Poland

The purpose of the European Association of Perinatal Medicine (EAPM) is to bring together groups and individuals in Europe who are interested in promoting the science of perinatal medicine, for the benefit of mothers and their children, in particular by:

 

  • Promoting and disseminating the study, research and knowledge of all aspects of perinatal medicine, to attain the optimal physical and mental health for mothers and their children by improving the quality and provision of perinatal care in Europe.
  • Contributing to the improvement of teaching standards in the profession.
  • Proposing guidelines and standardizing criteria for auditing, evaluation and clinical care in perinatal medicine.

 

  • Fostering collaboration between the various disciplines interested in perinatal care as well as friendship between individuals from different European Countries.

Congress Committees

Honorary Congress Presidents

Scientific Committee

Local Scientific Committee

Scientific Programme

09:00-13:00

PRE CONGRESS COURSE 1 - Ultrasound in labour - HOT

Tullio Ghi, Joana Barros, Susana Santo, Federica Bellussi
• To discuss why and how to use ultrasound in labor ward
• To present the current evidence on the usefulness of US in labor ward
• To teach the attendants on how to obtain and to interpret the US findings during labor
• To work with an ultrasound friendly mannequin to train clinical and sonographic skills

09:00-13:00

PRE-CONGRESS COURSE 2 - Intrapartum fetal monitoring

Susanna Timonen, Diogo Ayres-de-Campos, Austin Ugwumadu, Branka Yli, Ines Nunes
• Physiology of fetal oxygenation during labour
• Intrapartum cardiotocography
• Adjunctive technologies
• Fetal monitoring with maternal fever/infection or meconium

09:00-13:00

PRE-CONGRESS COURSE 3 - First-trimester screening with HOT ultrasound

Stefan Verlohren, Alvaro Cohen, Teresa Loureiro, Maria Afonso, Carla Francisco

09:00-13:00

PRE-CONGRESS COURSE 4 - Non-invasive ventilation

Corrado Moretti, Pierre Henri Jarreau, Daniele De Luca
NIV is a crucial technique in modern critical care and a panoplia of different techniques are available in NICU care. Attendees will be able to receive the best evidence off the different techniques and to familiarise with the different devices available. Best indication for each technique/device will be covered as well as future possible research steps.

09:00-13:00

PRE-CONGRESS COURSE 5 - Brain monitoring

Elie Saliba, Lena Hellström-Westas

09:00-13:00

PRE-CONGRESS COURSE 6 - Perinatal infection

Teresa Neto
Obstetrics part: obstetric risks of bacterial infection and procedures to try to prevent it; bacteria are the only microorganisms that interest in perinatal infection? Hospital-acquired perinatal infection.
Neonatologists part: the most common microorganisms, its evolution over time, consequences of perinatal infection. It is expected a free discussion between speakers and the audience in order to enrich the course and improve knowledge on this field.

-

LUNCH BREAK

14:00-18:00

PRE-CONGRESS COURSE 7 - Treatment of postpartum haemorrhage - HOT

Joanna Crofts, Maria Afonso

14:00-18:00

PRE-CONGRESS COURSE 8 - External cephalic version - HOT

Diogo Ayres-de-Campos, Miroslaw Wieglos, Nuno Clode

14:00-18:00

PRE-CONGRESS COURSE 9 - Third-trimester ultrasound - HOT

Apostolos Athanasiadis, Rui Carvalho, Claudia Aaujo, Joana Barros, Jader Cruz

14:00-18:00

PRE-CONGRESS COURSE 10 - Echocardiography

Maria Carmen Bravo; David van Laere
• Routine ultrasound views
• Physics of ultrasound and pitfalls
• Assessment and management of neonatal shock
• Assessment and Management of the PDA
• Assessment and Management of PPHN

14:00-18:00

PRE-CONGRESS COURSE 11 - Family-integrated care

Silke Mader, Adelina Pellicer, Jacques Sizun, Hercilia Guimaraes
• The unmet needs of families in a neonatal intensive care unit – a parent perspective: Silke Mader, Germany
• Scaling up the FiCARE model: the implementation experience in a tertiary medical-surgical NICU: Adelina Pellicer, Spain
• Filling the gap between research and practices: Jacques Sizun, France
• The impact of the financial crisis on the idealistic neonatal family-centered care approach: Hercilia Guimarães, Portugal

14:00-18:00

PRE-CONGRESS COURSE 12 - Nutrition VLBWI

Luc Zimmerman

18:00-19:20

OPENING CEREMONY

18:00-18:10

Words of welcome

Elie Saliba, France; Luis Graça, Portugal; Maria Ceu Machado, Portugal; Diogo Ayres de Campos, Portugal

18:10-18:20

What is important for pregnant women?

Sara do Vale, Portugal

18:20-18:30

What is important for mothers and fathers of NICU babies?

Silke Mader, Germany

18:30-18:55

Introduction to Lisbon

18:55-19:05

International priorities for Perinatal Medicine - The FIGO initiatives

Moshe Hod, Israel

19:05-19:20

Maternity prize award

Elie Saliba, France

08:00-09:00

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS

09:00-10:30

PARALLEL 1 - HYPERTENSIVE DISEASES IN PREGNANCY

Chairs: Nuno Clode, Portugal; TBA

09:00-09:24

Aspirin for preventing pre-eclampsia - who and how?

Tal Biron Shental, Israel

09:24-09:48

Has the time come to change the diagnostic criteria for pre-eclampsia?

Stefan Verlohren, Germany

09:48-10:12

Preeclampsia-related maternal morbidity and mortality

Anca Panaitescu, Romania

10:12-10:21

Oral Abstract Presentation 1

10:21-10:30

Oral Abstract Presentation 2

09:00-10:30

PARALLEL 2 - STEROIDS

Chairs: Luc Zimmermann, Netherlands; Anselmo Costa, Portugal

09:00-09:24

Use of antenatal steroids in late preterm

Apostolos Athanasiadis

09:24-09:48

Antenatal steroids: other indications to improve mother-infant outcome: systemic diseases

Jacky Nizard, France

09:48-10:12

Prevention of BPD

Olivier Baud, France

10:12-10:21

Oral Abstract Presentation 1

10:21-10:30

Oral Abstract Presentation 2

09:00-10:30

SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP 1 - PLACENTA ACRETA SPECTRUM DISORDERS

Chairs: Vincenzo Berghella, United States; George Daskalakis, Greece

09:00-09:24

Epidemiology and classification

Eric Jauniaux, United Kingdom

09:24-09:48

Screening and diagnosis of placenta acreta

Sally Collins, United Kingdom

09:48-10:12

Treatment of placenta acreta

Frederick Chantraine, Belgium

10:12-10:21

Oral Abstract Presentation 1

10:21-10:30

Oral Abstract Presentation 2

09:00-10:30

SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP 2 –HUMAN MILK

Chairs: Gabriela Mimoso, Portugal

09:00-09:24

Stem cells in human milk

Vassilios Fanos, Italy

09:24-09:48

The evidence base for human milk banking

Neena Modi, United Kingdom

09:48-10:12

Should we fortify breast milk

Neena Modi, United Kingdom

10:12-10:21

Oral Abstract Presentation 1

10:21-10:30

Oral Abstract Presentation 2

10:30-11:00

COFFEE BREAK

11:00-12:30

PLENARY 1 - PROCEDURES AT THE TIME OF BIRTH

Chairs: Diogo Ayres-de-Campos, Portugal; Tal Biron Shental, Israel

11:00-11:20

How long can the second stage of labour last?

Vincenzo Berghella, USA

11:20-11:40

Immediate skin-to-skin contact for all babies?

Carmen Pallas, Spain

11:40-12:00

When to clamp and/or milk the umbilical cord?

Lena Hellström-Westas, Sweden

12:00-12:20

Early discharge of newborns from hospital

Jean Michel Hascoet, France

12:20-12:30

Discussion

11:00-12:30

THE HELLENIC PERINATAL SOCIETY SESSION - TWIN PREGNANCIES

Chairs: Fani Anatolitou, Nikolaos Papantoniou

11:00-11:15

Screening for congenital defects in twins

Panagiotis Antsaklis, Greece

11:15-11:30

Screening for chromosomal anomalies in twins

Marianna Theodora, Greece

11:30-11:45

Complications of MC twins

Makarios Eleftheriades, Greece

11:45-12:00

Prevention of prematurity in twins

George Daskalakis, Greece

12:00-12:15

Embryoreduction in multiples

Aris Antsaklis, Greece

12:15-12:30

Perinatal mortality in twins

Antonia Haritou, Greece

12:30-13:30

CONTROVERSIES 1 - INDUCTION FOR ALL AT 39 WEEKS?

Chairs: Zarko Alfirevic, United Kingdom; Anton Mikhailov, Russia

12:30-12:50

Yes

Vincenzo Berghella, USA

12:50-13:10

No

Jim Thornton, United Kingdom

13:10-13:30

Discussion

12:30-13:30

CONTROVERSIES 2 - RED BLOOD CELL TRANSFUSION IN PRETERM INFANTS: EVIDENCES AND CONTROVERSIES

Chairs: Elie Saliba, France; Vassilios Fanos, Italy

12:30-12:50

Pro

Antonio Del Vecchio, Italy

12:50-13:10

Con

Géraldine Favrais, France

13:10-13:30

Discussion

13:30-14:30

LUNCH BREAK

14:30-16:00

PARALLEL 3 - LESSONS LEARNT FROM DATA REGISTRIES

Chairs: Sally Collins, United Kingdom; Teresa Rodrigues, Portugal

14:30-14:54

Evolution of maternal and perinatal mortality, and intervention rates in Europe

Catherine Deneux-Tharaux, France

14:54-15:18

Evidence on rare pregnancy disorders arising from obstetric surveillance systems

Marian Knight, United Kingdom

15:18-15:42

Can we reduce the incidence of perineal lacerations?

Katarina Laine, Norway

15:42-15:51

Oral Abstract Presentation 1

15:51-16:00

Oral Abstract Presentation 2

14:30-16:00

PARALLEL 4 - EXTREME PRETERM BIRTH

Chairs: Lena Hellström-Westas, Sweden; Daniel Virella, Portugal

14:30-14:54

Inital Management

Johan Ågren, Sweden

14:54-15:18

Short and long term outcomes

Mikael Norman, Sweden

15:18-15:42

Ethical issues

Umberto Simeoni, Switzerland

15:42-15:51

Oral Abstract Presentation 1

15:51-16:00

Oral Abstract Presentation 2

14:30-16:00

SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP 3 - INTRAPARTUM CARE

Chairs: Susanna Timonen, Finland; Christian Dadak, Austria

14:30-14:54

Optimising sucessful VBAC rates

Michael Robson, Ireland

14:54-15:18

Has the time come for computer analysis of CTGs?

Inês Nunes, Portugal

15:18-15:42

STAN analysis - where are we now?

Austin Ugwumadu, United Kingdom

15:42-15:51

Oral Abstract Presentation 1

15:51-16:00

Oral Abstract Presentation 2

14:30-16:00

SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP 4 - BRONCHOPULMONARY DYSPLASIA

Chairs: Luc Zimmermann, Netherlands; Filomena Pinto, Portugal

14:30-14:54

Definition Pathogenesis and Pathophysiology

Eduardo Bancalari, USA

14:54-15:18

Clinical aspects and preventive and therapeutic strategies

Eduardo Bancalari, USA

15:18-15:42

Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia: Chronic Lung Disease of Infancy and Long-Term Pulmonary Outcomes

Christoph Delacourt, France

15:42-15:51

Oral Abstract Presentation 1

15:51-16:00

Oral Abstract Presentation 2

16:00-16:20

COFFEE BREAK

16:20-17:50

PARALLEL 5 - OBSTETRIC PROCEDURES

Chairs: Andrew Shennan, United Kingdom; Paulo Moura, Portugal

16:20-16:44

Antibiotic prophilaxis for instrumental vaginal delivery?

Marian Knight, United Kingdom

16:44-17:08

Is there an optimal cesarean section rate?

Michael Robson, Ireland

17:08-17:32

Important aspects of training instrumental vaginal births

Joanna Crofts, United Kingdom

17:32-17:41

Oral Abstract Presentation 1

17:41-17:50

Oral Abstract Presentation 2

16:20-17:50

PARALLEL 6 - MULTIPLE BIRTH (JOINT ROUNDTABLE)

Chairs: Adelina Pellicer, Spain; Filomena Pinto, Portugal

16:20-16:44

Transfer one or multiple embryo

Antonio Pellicer, Spain

16:44-17:08

When to deliver

Jose Luis Bartha, Spain

17:08-17:32

Twin to twin transfusion

Yves Ville, France

17:32-17:41

Oral Abstract Presentation 1

17:41-17:50

Oral Abstract Presentation 2

16:20-17:50

SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP 5 - MATERNAL DISEASES IN PREGNANCY

Chairs: Austin Ugwumadu, United Kingdom; Petr Velebil, Czech Republic

16:20-16:44

Counselling and management of pregnancy in haemodialysis patients

Luisa Pinto, Portugal

16:44-17:08

Update in the management of obstetric cholestasis

Jim Thornton, United Kingdom

17:08-17:32

Heart diseases - an update

Jacky Nizard, France

17:32-17:41

Oral Abstract Presentation 1

17:41-17:50

Oral Abstract Presentation 2

16:20-17:50

SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP 6 - VISUAL IMPAIRMENT IN HIGH RISK INFANTS

Chairs: Elie Saliba, France; Carmen Carvalho, Portugal

16:20-16:44

Understanding ROP New insights pathophysiology, Risk factors and treatment

Sylvain Chemtob, Canada

16:44-17:08

Screening, treatments and rehabilitation

Daniela Ricci, Italy

17:08-17:32

Cerebral Visual Impairments and Coordination Disorders

Sylvie Chokron, France

17:32-17:41

Oral Abstract Presentation 1

17:41-17:50

Oral Abstract Presentation 2

17:50-18:50

CONTROVERSIES 3 - 1 OR 2-LAYER CLOSURE AT C-SECTION

Chairs: Michael Robson, Ireland; Matthias Roth-Kleiner, Switzerland

17:50-18:10

1-Layer

Michael Stark, Germany

18:10-18:30

2-Layer

Osnat Walfisch, Israel

18:30-18:50

Discussion

17:50-18:50

CONTROVERSIES 4 - GASTROESOPHAGEAL REFLUX DISEASE IN PRETERM INFANTS IN THE NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT – IS IT A PROBLEM?

Chair: Chair: Matthias Roth-Kleiner, Switzerland

17:50-18:10

Pro

Francesco Cresi, Italy

18:10-18:30

Con

Christian Poets, Germany

18:30-18:50

Discussion

08:00-09:00

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS

09:00-10:30

PARALLEL 7 - INDUCTION OF LABOUR

Chairs: Eric Jauniaux, United Kingdom; Djelmis Josip, Croatia

09:00-09:24

Are we inducing too many women?

Jim Thornton, United Kingdom

09:24-09:48

How should labour be induced in high-income settings?

Zarko Alfirevic, United Kingdom

09:48-10:12

Outpatient cervical ripening for all?

Maria Afonso, Portugal

10:12-10:21

Oral Abstract Presentation 1

10:21-10:30

Oral Abstract Presentation 2

09:00-10:30

PARALLEL 8 – QUALITY OF CARE

Chairs: Silke Mader, Germany; Susana Pissarra, Portugal

09:00-09:24

COIN (Core outcome in neonatology)

James Webbe, United Kingdom

09:24-09:48

Nurse patient ratio

Carmen Pallas, Spain

09:48-10:12

Benchmarking: Europeristat

TBA

10:12-10:21

Oral Abstract Presentation 1

10:21-10:30

Oral Abstract Presentation 2

09:00-10:30

SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP 7 - PRENATAL SCREENING AND DIAGNOSIS

Chairs: Franz Kainer, Germany; Alvaro Cohen, Portugal

09:00-09:24

Cell-free DNA testing for all?

TBA

09:24-09:48

First or second trimester screening for fetal anomalies?

Pavel Calda, Czech Republic

09:48-10:12

TBD

10:12-10:21

Oral Abstract Presentation 1

10:21-10:30

Oral Abstract Presentation 2

09:00-10:30

SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP 8 - ASPHYXIA

Chairs: Elie Saliba, France; Teresa Tomé, Portugal

09:00-09:24

Predictive factors of neurodevelopment outcome What Biomarkers?

TBD

09:24-09:48

Can we optimize therapeutic hypothermia

Elisa Smit, United Kingdom

09:48-10:12

TBD

10:12-10:21

Oral Abstract Presentation 1

10:21-10:30

Oral Abstract Presentation 2

10:30-11:00

COFFEE BREAK

11:00-12:30

PLENARY 2 - NEW PERINATAL DIAGNOSIS TOOLS AND IMPLICATIONS ON COUNCELLING

Chairs: Miroslaw Wielgos, Poland; Gorazd Kavsek, Slovenia

11:00-11:20

Neurosonography in current clinical practice

Franz Kainer, Germany

11:20-11:40

TBD

TBD

11:40-12:00

How to communicate bad news to patients and parents

Elie Saliba, France

12:00-12:20

Ethical issues in the quest for the perfect baby

Daniel Virella, Portugal

12:20-12:30

Discussion

11:00-12:30

SEESM Session - CONTROVERSIES IN OBSTETRICS

Chairs: Olivera Kontic-Vucinic, Serbia; Ratko Matijevic, Croatia; Nicolas Papantoniou, Greece

11:00-11:20

Induction of labor in low risk pregnancies:


• Introduction – Aris Antsaklis, Greece
• At 39 weeks - Daniel Muresan, Romania
• At 41 weeks – Tanja Premru, Slovenia

11:20-11:40

Corticosteroids in late preterms:


• Introduction – Ratko Matijevic, Croatia
• Always - Apostolos Athanasiadis, Greece
• Never - Sinan Beksac, Turkey

11:40-12:00

Viability at 22 weeks?


• Introduction - Nicolas Papantoniou, Greece
• Yes – Gordana Adamova, North Macedonia
• No – Tea Stimec, Croatia

12:00-12:20

Delivery in obese women


• Introduction – Olivera Kontic-Vucinic, Serbia
• Vaginal delivery - Snezana Plesinac, Serbia
• Cesarean Section - Snezana Crnogorac, Montenegro

12:20-12:30

Discussion

12:30-12:45

BREAK

12:45-14:15

SPONSORED SYMPOSIUM (TO BE CONFIRMED)

13:00-16:20

EAPM GENERAL ASSEMBLY

14:15-14:30

BREAK

14:30-16:00

PARALLEL SESSION 9 - DIABETES AND OBESITY IN PREGNANCY

Chairs: Moshe Hod, Israel; Ana Luisa Areia, Portugal

14:30-14:54

Optimizing care for gestational diabetes - Diet and pharmacological treatment

Yariv Yogev, Israel

14:54-15:18

Continuous glucose measurement and insulin pumps in which pregnancies?

Federico Mecacci, Italy

15:18-15:42

Improving pregnancy outcome in obese women

Gerard Visser, Netherlands

15:42-15:51

Oral Abstract Presentation 1

15:51-16:00

Oral Abstract Presentation 2

14:30-16:00

PARALLEL SESSION 10 - PROBIOTICS

Chairs: Vassilios Fanos, Italy; Rosalina Barroso, Portugal

14:30-14:54

Rational of probiotics supplementation during pregnancy and neonatal period

TBD

14:54-15:18

Gut microbiota pregnancy and first year of life

TBD

15:18-15:43

Probiotics to prevent NEC

Paolo Manzoni, Italy

15:43-15:51

Oral Presentation 1

15:51-16:00

Oral Presentation 2

16:00-16:20

COFFEE BREAK

16:20-17:50

PARALLEL SESSION 11 - SCREENING IN PREGNANCY

Chairs: Jacky Nizard, France; João Bernardes, Portugal

16:20-16:44

Differences in antenatal screening across Europe

Miroslaw Wielgos, Poland

16:44-17:08

Screening of group B Streptococus at labour admission?

Giancarlo di Renzo, Italy

17:08-17:32

Does screening for preterm labour make a difference

Gerard Visser, Netherlands

17:32-17:41

Oral Abstract Presentation 1

17:41-17:50

Oral Abstract Presentation 2

16:20-17:50

PARALLEL SESSION 12 - OMICS IN PERINATAL MEDICINE

Chairs: Moshe Hod, Israel; Hercilia Guimaraes, Portugal

16:20-16:44

Metabolomics in perinatal medicine: evolution or revolution?

Vassilios Fanos, Italy

16:44-17:08

Metabolomics in amniotic fluid: the effect of maternal diet

Apostolos Athanasiadis, Greece

17:08-17:32

Microbiomics in perinatal medicine

Omry Koren, Israel

17:32-17:41

Oral Abstract Presentation 1

17:41-17:50

Oral Abstract Presentation 2

16:20-17:50

SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP 9 - EARLY PREGNANCY COMPLICATIONS

Chairs: Michael Robson, Ireland; Fatima Serrano, Portugal

16:20-16:44

Advances in recurrent miscarriage

Howard Carp, Israel

16:44-17:08

Diagnosis and management of non-viable first trimester pregnancy

Susana Santo, Portugal

17:08-17:32

How should cesarean scar pregnancy be managed?

Sally Collins, United Kingdom

17:32-17:41

Oral Presentation 1

17:41-17:50

Oral Presentation 2

16:20-17:50

SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP 10 - PATENT DUCTUS ARTERIOSUS

Chairs: Carmen Bravo, Spain; Joana Saldanha, Portugal

16:20-16:44

Cath intervention to close the duct

Julien Baruteau, United Kingdom

16:44-17:08

Medical treatment prophylaxis

Jean Christophe Roze, France

17:08-17:32

To treat or not

Maria Carmen Bravo, Spain

17:32-17:41

Oral Abstract Presentation 1

17:41-17:50

Oral Abstarct Presentation 2

17:50-18:50

CONTROVERSIES 5 – CORTICOSTEROIDS UNTIL TERM?

Chairs: Bo Jacobsson, Sweden; Irene Cetin, Italy

17:50-18:10

Yes

Yariv Yogev, Israel

18:10-18:30

No

Gerard Visser, Netherlands

18:30-18:50

Discussion

17:50-18:50

CONTROVERSIES 6 – PULMONARY HYPERTENSION (PHT)

Chairs: Adelina Pellicer, Spain; Elie Saliba, France

17:50-18:10

Controversies in the medical management of PPHN

Laurent Storme, France

18:10-18:30

Controversies in the use of ECMO, with a special emphasis to Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia

Thomas Schaible, Germany

18:30-18:50

Discussion

08:00-09:00

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS

09:00-10:30

PARALLEL 13 - PRETERM LABOUR AND RUPTURE OF MEMBRANES

Chairs: MIroslaw Wielgos, Poland; Maria José Alves, Portugal

09:00-09:24

What works and what doesn't work for preterm labour prevention

Bo Jacobsson, Sweden

09:24-09:48

Advancing maternal and neonatal care across Europe

Neena Modi, United Kingdom

09:48-10:12

Are large patient registries the way forward?

Eyal Sheiner, Israel

10:12-10:21

Oral Abstract Presentation 1

10:21-10:30

Oral Abstract Presentation 2

09:00-10:30

PARALLEL 14 - NEWBORN PAIN

Chairs: Adelina Pellicer, Spain; Almerinda Pereira, Portugal

09:00-09:30

Behavioral and environment interventions for procedural pain management in the preterm

Ricardo Carbajal, France

09:30-10:00

Long term effect of analgesia

Dick Tibboel, Netherlands

10:00-10:15

Oral Presentation 1

10:15-10:30

Oral Presentation 2

09:00-10:30

SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP 11 – INFECTIONS IN PREGNANCY

Chairs: Stefan Verlohren, Germany; Aris Antsaklis, Greece

09:00-09:24

Vaginal infections and preterm labour

Austin Ugwumadu, United Kingdom

09:24-09:48

An update on cytomegalovirus infection in pregnancy

Yves Ville, France

09:48-10:12

Neonatal colonization with maternal flora

Apostolos Mamopoulos, Greece

10:12-10:21

Oral Presentation 1

10:21-10:30

Oral Presentation 2

09:00-10:30

SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP 12 – NEONATAL GLUCOSE DISORDERS

Chairs: Lena Hellström-Westas, Sweden; Israel Macedo, Portugal

09:00-09:24

Recent advances of antenatal management of hyperglycemia in pregnancy

Federico Mecacci, Italy

09:24-09:48

glucose levels in neonate: where are we in 2020?

Delhpine Mitanchez, France

09:48-10:12

Neonatal hyperglycemia

Katherine Beardsall, United Kingdom

10:12-10:21

Oral Abstract Presentation 1

10:21-10:30

Oral Abstract Presentation 2

10:30-11:00

COFFEE BREAK

11:00-12:30

PLENARY 3 - FETAL AND POST-NATAL GROWTH

Chairs: Elie Saliba, France; Eva Mildenberger, Germany

11:00-11:20

Which fetal growth curves?

Gerard Visser, Netherlands

11:20-11:40

When should we deliver growth-restricted fetuses at 34-37 weeks

Bo Jacobson, Sweden

11:40-12:00

How should IUGR newborns grow after birth

Nicholas Embleton, United Kingdom

12:00-12:20

Long-term outcome after IUGR

Eyal Sheiner, Israel

12:20-12:30

Discussion

11:00-12:30

PONTOG/ENTOG/WATOG - TRAINEE OPPORTUNITIES-GET INVOLVED!


Design: Introducing trainees to all of these organizations and inform about the opportunities they have in local, European and global level.

12:30-13:00

BREAKING NEWS

13:00-13:30

CLOSING

13:00-13:10

Prize Presentation

Elie Saliba, France; Luis Graça, Portugal; Maria do Céu Machado, Portugal; Diogo Ayres de Campos, Portugal

13:10-13:30

Incoming president's speech

Diogo Ayres-de-Campos, Portugal

Invited Speakers

Accreditations

CVS Ethical Medtech

The EMT22060-XXVII European Congress of Perinatal Medicine starting on 10-06-2020 in Lisbon, Portugal, is compliant with the MedTech Europe Code of Ethical Business.
For more information visit: www.ethicalmedtech.eu