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12th Annual NW Neonatal Study Day

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Manchester Conference Centre

Sackville Street

Manchester

M1 3BB

United Kingdom

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The 12th Annual NW Neonatal Study Day is a one day conference containing a series of chaired lectures and 40 minute smaller interactive seminar sessions. The conference is aimed at neonatal and paediatric trainees, nurses, consultants and nurse practitioners.


Learning aims and objectives

Up to date management strategies for babies with short gut syndrome

Understanding of how neonatal care has progressed and outcomes for the babies that we care for

Lessons learnt from pushing boundaries and outcomes of babies at the limits of viability

Updated evidence of use of inotropes for hypotension in neonates

Learning an approach to babies with metabolic conditions

Managing the difficult airway and available adjuncts with an overview of the NWNODN algorithm

Ethical dilemmas and broaching them – case based

Learning techniques to ensure effective face mask seal

How parents would like us to communicate

Understand the importance of quality improvement bundles to improve outcomes in babies


Programme

08:15 Registration

Chair: Dr Sajit Nedungadi

08:50 Welcome

09:00 Management strategies in neonatal short gut syndrome : Prof Antonino Morabito

09:40 What do we do with Neonatology? The National Review : Prof Neil Marlow

10:20 Tea/Coffee

Chair: Dr Ruth Gottstein

10:50 Outcomes at the limits of viability : Dr Anna Paweletz & Dr Aparajita Basu

11:30 Improving neurodevelopmental outcomes by reducing sepsis – a quality improvement bundle :

Dr Karen Luyt

12:10 Lunch

13:00 Seminars (2 x 40 minute sessions) changeover at 13:40; restart at 13.45

1. Neonatal metabolic disorders: cases discussions : Dr Simon Jones & Dr Arunabha Ghosh

2. Airway adjuncts & the new NWODN difficult airway algorithm : Dr Soni Naharmal & Dr Sajit

Nedungadi

3. Neonatal ethical dilemmas: case discussions : Dr Shri Babarao

4. How effective is your face mask seal? : Dr Ruth Gottstein & Dr Jonathan Hurst

14:25 Tea/Coffee

Chair: Dr Anna Paweletz

14:50 Updates on what’s happening in the ODN : Julie McCabe & Karen Mainwaring

15:05 Communication: a parent’s perspective : Ellie Batiste, Becky Mylchreest, Victoria Walsh,

Jacqui Morgan & Dr Oliver Rackham

15:30 Hypotension and inotrope usage on NICU : Prof Eugene Dempsey

16:10 Feedback

16:15 Close & safe journey home!

RCPCH has approved this activity for CPD in accordance with the current RCPCH CPD guidelines


Organising Faculty

Dr Ruth Gottstein, Consultant Neonatologist, St Mary’s Hospital, Manchester

Dr Jonathan Moise, Consultant Neonatologist, Royal Oldham Hospital

Dr Sajit Nedungadi, Consultant Neonatologist, St Mary’s Hospital, Manchester

Dr Anna Paweletz, Specialty Trainee in Neonatology, HENW

Dr Oliver Rackham, Consultant Neonatologist Arrowe Park Hospital

Karen Mainwaring, Quality Improvement Lead Nurse, NW Neonatal Operational Delivery Network

Faculty

Professor Antonino Morabito, Consultant Specialist Paediatric and Neonatal Surgeon, Royal Manchester Children's Hospital

Professor Neil Marlow, Professor of Neonatal Medicine, University College London

Professor Eugene Dempsey, Clinical Professor, Paediatrics & Child Health, University College Cork

Dr Aparajita Basu, Fellow Neonatal Transport, St Mary’s Hospital, Manchester

Dr Simon Jones, Consultant in Paediatric Inherited Metabolic Disease, Central Manchester University Hospital

Dr Arunabha Ghosh, Specialty Trainee in Paediatric Inherited Metabolic Disease, St Mary’s Hospital, Manchester

Dr Soni Naharmal, Consultant Neonatologist, Burnley Hospital

Dr Shri Babarao, Consultant Neonatologist, Arrowe Park Hospital

Dr Jonathan Hurst, Specialty Trainee in Neonatology, Central Manchester University Hospital

Julie McCabe, Programme Director, NW Neonatal Operational Delivery Network

Jacqui Morgan, Matron – Neonatal Unit, Arrowe Park Hospital

Dr Karen Luyt, Clinical Neonatologist, St Michael’s Hospital, Bristol


This meeting is supported by the following companies through the purchase of exhibition trade space


FAQs

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Please contact us at NWNODN@alderhey.nhs.uk

What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Travel to the Manchester Conference Centre

By Rail

From Manchester Victoria Train Station: Purchase a City Zone ticket and take the Metrolink connection from Manchester Victoria to Manchester Piccadilly Train Station.

From Manchester Piccadilly Train Station: Leave the station via the taxi rank exit, cross London Road and proceed west along Fairfield Street. Continue on to Whitworth Street until you reach Sackville Street. Turn left and proceed South on Sackville Street, we are at the end of the road on the right.

From Oxford Road Train Station: Leave the station via the station approach, cross Oxford Street and proceed east along Whitworth Street until you reach Sackville Street. Turn right and proceed South on Sackville Street, we are at the end of the road on the right.

By Park & Ride

You can park for free at any rail station or Metrolink tram stop in Greater Manchester and take a connecting rail service to Manchester Piccadilly Train Station. For more information visit the Transport for Greater Manchester website.

By Road

If you are using sat nav the postcode is M1 3BB.

From the M60 ring road exit at junction 12 and join the M602 towards the city centre. Follow the M602 onto the A57 (Regent Road) and continue on to the A57(M) (Mancunian Way). Exit the A57(M) at the Universities slip road onto Sackville Street. The Manchester Conference Centre Entrance will be on your left.

Parking

Located next to the Pendulum Hotel, on Charles Street, is an affordable multi-storey car park.

If approaching the Pendulum Hotel from the Mancunian way – drive past the entrance to the Pendulum Hotel and take the first left down Charles Street, the car park entrance will be on your right.

If approaching from Sackville Street – drive to the end of the road and follow Sackville Street on to Charles Street, the car park entrance will be on your right.

(Please note that the entrance to the Pendulum Hotel is on a one-way street and by car can only be reached via the Mancunian way.)

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Manchester Conference Centre

Sackville Street

Manchester

M1 3BB

United Kingdom

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