Scientific Information

Organising Institution

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 Committee

Scientific Committee
Honorary Congress Presidents
Local Scientific Committee

Scientific Programme

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PRE CONGRESS COURSE 1 - Ultrasound in labour

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PRE-CONGRESS COURSE 2 - Intrapartum fetal monitoring

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PRE-CONGRESS COURSE 3 - First-trimester screening with hands-on ultrasound

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PRE-CONGRESS COURSE 4 - Non-invasive ventilation

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PRE-CONGRESS COURSE 5 - Brain monitoring

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PRE-CONGRESS COURSE 6 - Perinatal infection

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PRE-CONGRESS COURSE 7 - Treatment of postpartum haemorrhage - hands on


MAX 40 participants

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PRE-CONGRESS COURSE 8 - External cephalic version - hands on


MAX 40 participants

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PRE-CONGRESS COURSE 9 - Third-trimester ultrasound - hands on


MAX 40 participants

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PRE-CONGRESS COURSE 10 - Echocardiography

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PRE-CONGRESS COURSE 11 - Family-integrated care

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PRE-CONGRESS COURSE 12 - Nutrition

Hypertensive disease of pregnancy

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Care at the time of birth

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Induction for all at 39 weeks?

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Comparing maternal and perinatal outcomes between centres

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Citomegalovirus infection

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Steroid treatment in Perinatology

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Neonatal hypoglycaemia

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Extremely preterm birth

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Multiple birth

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Placenta accrete

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Intrapartum fetal hypoxia

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Early pregnancy complications

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Human milk

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Retinopathy of prematurity

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Induction of labour

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New perinatal diagnosis tools and implications on councelling

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Hyperglicemia in pregnancy

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Reducing cesarean section

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Pessary/cerclage for twins with short cervix?

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Qualtiy of care

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Probiotics

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Microbiomics

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Infections in pregnancy

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Managing obstetric emergencies

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Neonatal asphyxia

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Preterm labour and premature rupture of membranes

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Fetal and post-natal growth

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Management of pain in the newborn

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Obstetric procedures

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Invited Speakers

More information will be available soon.

Accreditations

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