Scientific Information

Organising Institutions

International Foundation for Maternal Periconceptional and Peri- neonatal Medicine (FIMPP) founded by a group of highly professional and enthusiastic obstetricians and neonatologists, the worldwide known experts in the field that aim to revive the interest around maternal and neonatal care.
FIMPP is composed of Board of Directors, chaired by Prof. Gian Carlo Di Renzo from Italy and Board of Scientific Advisors, chaired by Prof. Umberto Simeoni from Switzerland.
The purpose of FIMPP is to foster education, research and advocacy in maternal, periconceptional and neonatal medicine and care worldwide. The Foundation aims to promote and disseminate the study, research and knowledge on the aspects of maternal, periconceptional and neonatal medicine, in order to attain, by appropriate means, a higher level of physical and mental health for women,
mothers, and their children.
Collaboration between various disciplines interested in maternal, perception, and perinatal care as well as friendship between individuals from different world countries will lead to improving the quality and provision of care in the world.

Congress Committees

Scientific Coordinators

Scientific Committee

Scientific Programme

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Registrations and Welcome

08:00-10:00

DELIVERY ROOM MANAGEMENT

Chair: Ola D. Saugstad, Norway

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: Neil Marlow, Anita Truttmann. Deirdre Murray (TBC), Manon Benders
Oral & 180 sec Posters presentations - Cases presentations

09:50-10:00

Wrap-up & take home messages

Ola D. Saugstad, Norway

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

11:30-12:15

Discussion & Interactive session

Discussants: Ricardo Carbajal, France; Juliane Schneider, Switzerland
Oral & 180 sec Posters presentations - Cases presentations

12:15-12:30

Wrap-up & take home messages

Ricardo Carbajal, France; Juliane Schneider, Switzerland

12:30-14:00

LUNCH BREAK

14:00-16:00

PRACTICE WORKSHOP ON NEONATAL MOVEMENTS AND BRAIN IMAGING

Coordinators: Anita Truttmann, Switzerland; Sebastien Lebon, Switzerland; Francis Cowan, UK (TBC)

14:00-16:00

HANDS ON WORKSHOP ON NEONATAL ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY

Coordinators: Nicole Sekarski, Switzerland; Philippe Masson, France
Avignon Hospital, 6 people max

14:00-16:00

HANDS ON WORKSHOP ON RESPIRATORY CARE

Coordinator: Umberto Simeoni, Switzerland

16:00-16:30

COFFEE BREAK

16:30-17:00

KEY NOTE LECTURE

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ESPR and the future of neonatal research

Charles C. Roehr, UK

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

Lennart Brodin (TBC)

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, Lennart Brodin (TBC), José Luis Leante-Castellanos
Oral & 180 sec Posters presentations - Cases presentations

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 Truttman, 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

11:30-12:15

Discussion & Interactive session

Discussants: Ola D. Saugstad
Oral & 180 sec Posters presentations - Cases presentations

12:30-14:00

LUNCH BREAK

14:00-16:00

NEONATAL BRAIN 2: PERINATAL ASPHYXIA

Chairs: Anita Truttman, Switzerland; Neil Marlow, UK

14:00-14:20

Update over the last 3 years

Anita Truttman, Switzerland

14:20-14:40

Asphyxial brain injury

Anita Truttman, Switzerland

14:40-15:00

Alternatives to cooling

Nicola Robertson, UK

15:00-15:30

Discussion & Interactive session

Anita Truttman, Neil Marlow, Nicola Robertson
Oral & 180 sec Posters presentations - Cases presentations

15:30-16:00

Wrap-up & take home messages

Anita Truttman, Switzerland; Neil Marlow, UK

14:00-16:00

HANDS ON WORKSHOP ON NEONATAL ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY

Coordinators: Nicole Sekarski, Switzerland; Philippe Masson, France
Avignon Hospital, 6 people max.

16:00-16:30

COFFEE BREAK

16:30-17:00

KEY NOTE LECTURE

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

Vinet Bandhari, USA

09:00-09:50

Discussion & Interactive session

Eduardo Bancalari, Max Vento, Vinet Bandhari
Oral & 180 sec Posters presentations - Cases presentations

09:50-10:00

Wrap-up & take home messages

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

Update over the last 3 years

Virgilio Carnielli, Italy; Celine Fischer Fumeaux, Switzerland

10:50-11:10

TBD

Jose Villar, UK

11:10-11:30

Nutrition and growth monitoring in preterm infants

Christopher Fusch, Germany

11:30-12:15

Discussion & Interactive session

Virgilio Carnielli, Italy; Celine Fischer Fumeaux, Switzerland
Oral & 180 sec Posters presentations - Cases presentations

12:15-12:30

Farewell lunch

Invited Speakers

 
 
 
 
 
 

Accreditations

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