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IPOKRaTES under the Acropolis
Hot topics in Neonatology: Current approaches and future perspectives

  • May 22 - 25, 2024
  • Museum of History of the Athens University, Athens, Greece

 

Objectives

IPOKRaTES seminars provide high quality postgraduate education, which enables professionals to keep abreast of the most recent developments and offers participants the opportunity to discuss clinical problems or scientific issues personally with international experts.
“IPOKRaTES under the Acropolis” will focus on specific problems and management of the cardiorespiratory system of the neonate, nutritional needs, growth and infections, particularly of the preterm infant, issues concerning neonatal neurology and topics of general interest in Perinatology.

Faculty

  • Roberta Cilio
    Saint-Luc University Hospital, University of Louvain, Brussels, Belgium
  • Andreas Flemmer
    Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich, Germany
  • Neena Modi
    Imperial College London, United Kingdom
  • Josef Neu
    University of Florida, College of Medicine, Gainesville FL, USA
  • Ju-Lee Oei
    University of New South Wales, Randwick NSW, Australia
  • Richard Polin
    Columbia University, N.Y, USA

WED, May 22, 2024

CARDIORESPIRATORY SESSIONS

09.00-09.50

Oxygen needs of the child from before during and after birth

Ju-Lee Oei

09.50-10.00

Q&A

10.00-10.50

Difficult airway management in the delivery room

Andreas Flemmer

10.50-11.00

Q&A

11.00-11.15

Break

11.15-12.05

CPAP: The gold standard in non-invasive support

Richard Polin

12.05-12.15

Q&A

12.15-13.05

Non-invasive ventilation - beyond CPAP

Andreas Flemmer

13.05-13.15

Q&A

13.15-14.45

Lunch

14.45-15.35

Strategies for the prevention of BPD

Richard Polin

15.35-15.45

Q&A

15.45-16.35

Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia and PPHN in CDH –perinatal management

Andreas Flemmer

16.35-16.45

Q&A

16.45-17.00

Break

17.00-17.50

Controversies in the management of a PDA

Richard Polin

17.50-18.00

Q&A

THU, May 23, 2024

NUTRITION-GROWTH, INFECTION

09.00-09.50

Intestinal Development, mucosal immunology, and nutrition in relation to adverse outcomes in preterm infants

Josef Neu

09.50-10.00

Q&A

10.00-10.50

The nutritional needs of the very preterm baby

Neena Modi

10.50-11.00

Q&A

11.00-11.15

Break

11.15-12.05

One size does not fit all: Can we provide precision nutrition for preterm infants?

Josef Neu

12.05-12.15

Q&A

12.15-13.05

Neonatal hypoglycemia

Richard Polin

13.05-13.15

Q&A

13.15-14.45

Lunch

14.45-15.35

The growth of the very preterm baby and implications for later health

Neena Modi

15.35-15.45

Q&A

15.45-16.35

Necrotizing Enterocolitis: The Future

Josef Neu

16.35-16.45

Q&A

16.45-17.00

Break

17.00-17.50

Life in the NICU without antibiotics: making healthier babies

Richard Polin

17.50-18.00

Q&A

FRI, May 24, 2024

NEUROLOGY SESSIONS

09.00-09.50

A novel approach to neonates with seizures

Roberta Cilio

09.50-10.00

Q&A

10.00-10.50

What happens to babies with neonatal abstinence syndrome

Ju-Lee Oei

10.50-11.00

Q&A

11.00-11.15

Break

11.15-12.05

Differential diagnosis of epileptic versus non epileptic events in neonate and infants

Roberta Cilio

12.05-12.15

Q&A

12.15-13.05

Hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy in the era of therapeutic hypothermia

Ju-Lee Oei

13.05-13.15

Q&A

13.15-14.45

Lunch

14.45-15.35

Evidence-based treatment of seizures in neonates

Roberta Cilio

15.35-15.45

Q&A

15.45-16.35

Gut-lung-brain axis

Josef Neu

16.35-16.45

Q&A

16.45-17.00

Break

17.00-17.50

Advancing newborn care: a universal responsibility

Neena Modi

17.50-18.00

Q&A

SAT, May 25, 2024

GENERAL SESSION – TOPICS OF INTEREST

09.00-09.50

Decision making in perinatal medicine

Andreas Flemmer

09.50-10.00

Q&A

10.00-10.50

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Neonatology

Josef Neu

10.50-11.00

Q&A

11.00-11.50

A glimpse into the past: Perinatal issues from antiquity

Ariadne Malamitsi-Puchner

11.50-12.00

Q&A

12.00

End of the seminar

Subject to change

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Information

The number of participants is limited to 100 - First come, first served

Participation Fees

Single person
before March 27, 2024       430,00 EUR
after March 27, 2024          450,00 EUR

Single person from hosting country
before March 27, 2024       130,00 EUR
after March 27, 2024          150,00 EUR

 

Registration

Target Audience

Doctors, nurses, nutritionists and affiliates of University and non-University hospitals in the field of Neonatology.

Local Organizers

Ariadne Malamitsi-Puchner, MD, PhD
Professor of Paediatrics - Neonatology
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Athens, Greece
Phone: +30 694 444 3815
email: amalpu@med.uoa.gr

Despina Briana, MD, PhD
Professor of Paediatrics - Neonatology
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Department of Neonatology
Athens, Greece
Phone: +30 693 744 7446
email: dbriana@med.uoa.gr

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