4th SUMMER DISCUSSIONS
ON NEONATOLOGY

24 – 27 JUNE 2020

Avignon, France

Full interactive discussions on the latest updates in neonatology

Scientific Programme

16:30-17:30

Registrations and Welcome

08:00-10:00

DELIVERY ROOM MANAGEMENT

Chair: Ola D. Saugstad, Norway , Umberto Simeoni, Switzerland

08:00-08:20

Delivery room stabilization: what is new, 2017-2020

Ola D. Saugstad, Norway

08:20-08:40

Transition haemodynamics and effects of intact cord resuscitation

Laurent Storme, France

08:40-09:00

Oxygenation: the first minutes of life

Ju Lee Oei, Australia

09:00-09:50

Discussion & Interactive session

Discussants: Ola D. Saugstad, Norway, Umberto Simeoni, Switzerland

09:50-10:00

Wrap-up & take home messages

Ola D. Saugstad, Norway, Umberto Simeoni, Switzerland

10:00-10:30

COFFEE BREAK/POSTER WALK ON TOPICS

10:30-12:30

PAIN IN THE NICU

Chairs: Ricardo Carbajal, France; Juliane Schneider, Switzerland

10:30-10:50

Update over the last 3 years

Ricardo Carbajal, France; Juliane Schneider, Switzerland

10:50-11:10

Pain management in the NICU: Epidemiology & Guidelines

Ricardo Carbajal, France

11:10-11:30

Long term consequences of neonatal pain

Ruth Grunau, Canada (on line)

11:30-12:15

Discussion & Interactive session

Discussants: Ricardo Carbajal, France; Juliane Schneider, Switzerland

12:15-12:30

Wrap-up & take home messages

Ricardo Carbajal, France; Juliane Schneider, Switzerland

12:30-14:00

LUNCH BREAK

14:00-15:00

KEY NOTE LECTURE ON: Neonatal and infant growth and development: similarities across populations; differences across phenotypes and exposotypes

Jose Villar, United Kingdom

15:00-16:45

PRACTICE WORKSHOP ON NEONATAL MOVEMENTS AND BRAIN IMAGING

Coordinators: Anita Truttmann, Switzerland; Cornelia Hagmann, Switzerland

15:00-15:45

First practice workshop on neonatal movements: looking at clinical cases by video and differential diagnosis

Prof. Anita C. Truttmann, Switzerland

15:45-16:00

COFFEE BREAK

16:00-16:45

Second practice workshop on neonatal imaging: looking at clinical cases by cerebral ultrasound and MRI and differential diagnosis

Prof. Cornelia Hagmann, Switzerland

08:00-10:00

INFECTION AND NEONATAL SEPSIS

Chairs: Paolo Manzoni, Italy; Eric Giannoni, Switzerland

08:00-08:20

An update over the last 3 years

Paolo Manzoni, Italy; Eric Giannoni, Switzerland

08:20-08:40

Development of the immune system

David Vermijlen, Belgium

08:40-09:00

Novel diagnostic tools for neonatal sepsis

José Luis Leante Castellanos, Spain

09:00-09:50

Discussion & Interactive session:

Discussants: Paolo Manzoni, Eric Giannoni, José Luis Leante-Castellanos

09:50-10:00

Wrap-up & take home messages

Paolo Manzoni, Italy; Eric Giannoni, Switzerland

10:00-10:30

COFFEE BREAK/POSTER WALK ON TOPICS

10:30-12:30

NEONATAL BRAIN 1, PRETERM INFANTS

Chairs: Neil Marlow, UK; Anita Truttmann, Switzerland

10:30-10:50

Five key papers over the last 3 years

Neil Marlow, UK

10:50-11:10

Measuring outcomes after preterm birth

Deirdre Murray, Ireland

11:10-11:30

Choosing imaging modalities for the preterm brain

Manon Benders, the Netherlands

11:30-11:38

ID 14 - Withdrawal or witholding of life sustaining treatment in ex-tremely preterm neonates

Isobel Galloway, Australia

11:38-12:15

Discussion & Interactive session

Discussants: Neil Marlow, Anita Truttmann, Manon Benders

12:30-14:00

LUNCH BREAK

14:00-16:00

NEONATAL BRAIN 2: PERINATAL ASPHYXIA

Chairs: Anita Truttmann, Switzerland; Neil Marlow, UK

14:00-14:15

Update over the last 3 years

Anita Truttmann, Switzerland

14:15-14:40

Imaging in neonatal asphyxia: contribution of cerebral ultrasound and MRI

Cornelia Hagmann, Switzerland

14:40-15:25

Alternatives to cooling

Nicola Robertson, UK

15:25-15:33

ID 13 - Melatonin and Azithromycin Protect Different Regions of the Brain following Inflammation-Amplified Hypoxia-Ischaemia in New-born Piglets: A potential neuroprotective cocktail for LMICs?

Raymand Pang, United Kingdom

15:33-15:41

ID 18 - Characterization of cell death after periventricular hemor-rhagic infarction in premature human neonates

Céline Descloux, Switzerland

15:41-15:49

ID 45 - Lenticulostriate vasculopathy: a 10 year retrospective study

Andre Coelho Almeida, Portugal

15:49-16:00

Discussion & Interactive session

Anita Truttmann, Neil Marlow, Nicola Robertson, Cornelia Hagmann

16:00-16:30

COFFEE BREAK

16:30-17:15

KEY NOTE LECTURE ON: ESPR and the future of neonatal research

Charles C. Roehr, United Kingdom

08:00-10:00

THE NEONATAL LUNG

Chair: Eduardo Bancalari, USA

08:00-08:20

Review over the last 3 years

Eduardo Bancalari, USA

08:20-08:40

Airway microbiome and ventilator associated pneumonia

Max Vento, Spain

08:40-09:00

Less invasive respiratory support

Vineet Bhandari, USA

09:00-09:20

Minimally invasive surfactant administration: the OPTIMIST trial

Peter Dargaville, Australia

09:20-09:30

ID 9 - Incidence and management of neonatal pneumothorax in a 10-hospital regional perinatal network in Switzerland: a retrospective observational study

Julie Baudat-Nguyen et al, Switzerland

09:30-09:45

Discussion & Interactive session

Eduardo Bancalari, Max Vento, Vineet Bhandari

09:45-10:00

Wrap-up & take home messages

Eduardo Bancalari, USA

10:00-10:30

COFFEE BREAK/POSTER WALK ON TOPICS

10:30-12:30

NUTRITION

Chairs: Virgilio Carnielli, Italy; Celine Fischer Fumeaux, Switzerland

10:30-10:50

Nutrition of preterm infants: Update over the last 3 years

Virgilio Carnielli, Italy; Celine Fischer Fumeaux, Switzerland

10:50-11:10

Early nutrition and brain development

Anita Truttmann, Switzerland; Celine Fischer Fumeaux, Switzerland

11:10-11:30

Extra-uterine growth restriction of low birth weight infants

Virgilio Carnielli, Italy

11:30-12:00

Reducing the risk for postnatal growth retardation in preterm infants: the impact of individualized fortification strategies

Christopher Fusch, Germany

12:00-12:30

Discussion, presentations by the audience, & wrap-up

12:30-

Farewell

Invited Speakers