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Welcome to the 2019 Council of International Neonatal Nurses Conference

Programme Overview

Please find the Programme Overview below.

Presentations are being collated from speakers who have confirmed permission to share their research. This will be available on the website soon. Stay tuned and we will keep you posted.

 

Sunday 5th May

Workshops

These five workshops are designed with you in mind, regardless of your area of interest you will be exposed to new and innovative ideas delivered by local and international experts.      

1000-1400 Workshop 1
(Marlborough Room 2)
Workshop 2
(Marlborough Room 3)
Workshop 3
(offsite)   

Workshop 4

(Marlborough Room 1)

 
 

Nadine Griffiths & Kaye Spence
Practical Application of Neurodevelopmental

Strategies in the Neonatal Setting

Family-Learn strategies to practice Development Care and work with families

Cheryl Strawbridge
Mindfulness

 

 

 

 

Newborn Unit Staff-'caring for the carers'

Neonatal Unit and Fisher and Paykel Healthcare Tour

 


Community-
Get to see how Neonatal Units work with industry to develop products and progress research

Gina Beecroft 
Neonatal P.O.I.N.T.S of Care Education Programme


Global-
Basic neonatal care Programme to implement in a variety of settings globally

 

1530-1600

Pōwhiri/Welcome Ceremony 

A pōwhiri, or welcome unites the groups under whatever kaupapa (purpose) they share.

(New Zealand Rooms 1&2)

  Opening Plenary Session
This opening plenary session will challenge the audience – What are the issues impacting on nurses, babies and families/whanau globally?  How can we work together to make a difference?
1600-1645 Carole Kenner
Global Neonatal Nursing-Leading and Teaming
1645-1730 

Kerri Nuku

Global context–Neonatal nurses contribution in caring for  baby, whānau and wider community

1730-1900

Welcome Reception, 
Exhibition Hall

 

 

Monday 6th May

Plenary

Following a warm welcome, we commence the day with two highly prestigious Keynote Speakers, be prepared to take notes 

0800-1030

Opening Session
(New Zealand Rooms 1&2)
0800-0835 COINN Welcome Ceremony and Nursing Awards (COINN & NNCA)

0835-0900

Sarah Little
Welcome Address

0900-0945

Heidelise Als
Protecting the preterm brain – family and staff collaboration

0945-1030

Mark Turner
Global family – how to work within international networks

1030-1115

Morning Tea - Sponsored by:  

Concurrent Sessions

Each session will commence with a presentation by a recognised expert in the sub speciality area, followed by a series of abstract presentations from neonatal teams around the world. 

1115-1245

Baby 
(New Zealand Room 1)

Baby 2
(New Zealand Room 2)
Family
(Marlborough Room 2)
NICU
(Marlborough Room 1)
Community
(Marlborough Room 3)

1115-1130

Wakako Eklund

HFNC practice patterns reported from neonatal providers in the U.S

 

Deanne August
Neonatal skin and pressure injury study: language, frequency, emerging themes

Debbie O’Donoghue

What’s helpful, problematic or missing? Fathers experiences of NICU supports

Abbey Eeles

Handling techniques to conserve energy during care giving

Karen Walker 

COINN’s conference and work in Rwanda

 


 

1130-1145

Wakako Eklund

Evaluation of new thermal care recommended by NRP 7th edition

 

Margaret Broom

Advancing practice to reduce neonatal skin injuries through quality improvement

Hilary Lumsden

On uncertain ground: grandmothers on the NICU

Catherine Ringham

Feeding the system: nurses’ technology work in the NICU



 

Anevili Brown Purcell
Engaging with Maori/ Pacific parents to promote parental partnership in the NICU
1145-1200

Anne Dawbney

Neonatal nurse navigator - complex case presentation

 

Colette McIntyre

What's growing on me? Case series review of moisture blisters

 

Matangaro Nanai

Lived experience of NICU: life on the other side

Kristin Hughes

Testing evacuation procedures provides impetus for change in practice

Amy Wright

Caring for indigenous families in the NICU: lessons from Canada

 

1200-1215

Justine Parsons

Neonatal organ donation : developing an Australian NICU clinical guideline

Karen New

Atopic eczema: assessment and early prevention strategies from birth

Lynne Wainwright

Impact of neonatal admission on the whole family including siblings

Donna Hovey

Transcutaneous Bilirubin meter usage, is it safe?

Anna Adcock
He tamariki kokoti tau: whānau Māori experiences of preterm birth

1215-1230

Marsha Campbell-Yeo 
Sustained Efficacy of Kangaroo Care for Repeated Painful NICU Procedures 

Karen New

Neonatal scalp skin injuries: clinical practice needs and parent education

 

Dustylee Williams

Opening the doors for families in special care nursery

Nancy Feeley

What NICU design is optimal for mothers well-being?

 

Kendall Stevenson

Wāhine and whānau experiences informing the maternal-infant health care system

 

 

1230-1245

Marsha Campbell-Yeo 
Sustained Efficacy of Kangaroo Care: 18-Month Follow-Up 

Karen Lasby
Short-term outcomes for very-low-birth-weight infants: a retrospective study

Colette McIntyre
Butterfly meets hummingbird: An end of life collaboration

Paula Dellabarca

Effects of nursing care on cerebral oxygenation

Francesca Storey

Learning the Kaupapa: He Korowai Manaaki

1245-1330  

Lunch - Sponsored by  

Plenary:
Gain insight, knowledge and empathy of families in NICU 'Walking in the shoes of others'

1330-1450

(New Zealand Room 1)

1330-1410

Nikki Turner

World Health Organization Strategic Advisory Group of Experts (SAGE)

1410-1450

Simon Rowley

Working with NICU Families - Retaining our Humanity

1450-1520

 

Afternoon Tea -  Sponsored by 

Poster Presentations:
Presenters will be available at their posters for more in-depth discussion with conference participants during this extended break 

Plenary: 
How can we make a different and does the care we provide really  make a difference ?  These questions and more are addressed in this thought provoking session 

1520-1715

 (New Zealand Room 1)

1520-1600

Dieter Wolke                                                                                                                      

Adult Outcome after Very Preterm Birth: Vulnerability and Resiliency                       

Speaker sponsored by:           

1600-1630

Abbey Eeles

Nurses as attachers - The Neonatal Nurses Expanded Role

1630-1715

Rachel Callander

The Impact of Language and Empowering Communication at Diagnosis 

1715

Sessions conclude for the day

1730 - 1900

Sponsored Evening Symposium
Ms Terry S. Johnson & Ms Andi Markell
Evolution of Human Milk and the Implementation of an Exclusive Human Milk Diet for Premature Infants

 

 

 

Tuesday 7th May

0715-0815

(New Zealand Room 2)


Fisher & Paykel Healthcare Breakfast Session

Jennifer Dawson
Stabilisation and Thermal Management in the Delivery Room      

Plenary 

Learning from each other’s experiences on the global stage commences the day

0830-1030

(New Zealand Room 1)

 

 

0830-0920

Introduction and Housekeeping

 

Raylene Philips

The Neuroscience of Nurture in the NICU including maximising skin to skin

0920-1000

Joy Browne

Infant Mental Health in Intensive Care and Beyond

1000-1030 Gina Beecroft
It all P.O.I.N.T.S. in the Right Direction: NNCA Neonatal  nurse education programme for developing countries

1030-1100

Morning Tea

Concurrent Sessions: 

More abstract presentations from our global neonatal community

1100-1230

Baby

(New Zealand Room 1)

Family
(New Zealand Room 2)

NICU
(Marlborough Room 2)
Community
(Marlborough Room 1)
Global
(Marlborough Room 3)

 

1100-1115 Mieko Uchida 

Single-center outcomes of Quality Improvement Initiative to increase breastfeeding rates

Nancy Feeley

Mothers of NICU infants at-risk for PTSD symptoms 

 

Angela Casey

We want you! Promoting leadership as an essential component of practice for neonatal nurses

Kim Psaila 

Lives in transition: findings from the Continuity of Care (CoCo) study

Amanda Hackett

Implementation of an integrated and collaborative nursing model of care

 

1115-1130   Lisa Kleinz 

Optimize infant oral feeding outcomes with Zero-Resistance™ Bottle System

Theresa H.M. Kim

Prevalence and predictors of PPD in mothers of NICU infants

 

Rihi Karena 

Engaging  effectively with patients and their families/whānau – the  key role of Te Hau Ranga Ora – Māori Health service at Whanganui Hospital

Karen Lasby

Rough seas ahead: the reality of feeding preemies post NICU

Agnes van den Hoogen

First survey on research priorities among NICU nurses globally

 

1130-1145 Sheeja Pathrose

Current practices for gastric residual aspiration in Australian neonatal units 

Marsha Campbell-Yeo

Systematic review on Perinatal mHealth Interventions for mothers in LMICs

 

Miki Konishi

Barriers against Japanese nurses to adopt invasive procedure a 'Nursing'

Ida du Plessis-Faurie

Mothers’ experiences caring for preterm infants in resource poor communities

Ruth Davidge

Accreditation of neonatal services in Kwa-Zulu Natal South Africa

 

1145-1200 Jann Foster

An Australian qualitative exploration of the feeding experiences of parents of preterm infants

Lane Beaumont

NICU professional mother’s experience of ELBW birth: trauma to healing

 

Mayut Galeano

Expressive writing  reduce level stress in mothers of preterm infants

 

Julia Petty

Nursing knowledge in supporting parents of premature babies at home

Andre Ndayambaje

Novel approach to essential care neonatal training for nurses and midwives in district hospitals in Rwanda

 

1200-1215 Nancy Feeley

Breast milk expression: what is the current evidence?

Shelley Reid

Getting 'Family Friendly'

 

 

Mary-Ellen Youseman

Facilitating Early Access to Breastmilk Through Staff and Parent Engagement

Jodie Watt

Parents experience's of transition from neonatal to paediatric services

Ruth Davidge

Essential Package of Neonatal Care in Kwa-Zulu Natal SA

 

1215-1230 Emma Malone
Cardiac surgery, feeding and developmental outcomes in infants (C-FAD STUDY)
Breidge Boyle
Can Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), administered during or after a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit admission, reduce the severity of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in parents of premature babies: a feasibility study?

Nadine Griffiths 
None or too little: the realities of neurodevelopmental care education in the clinical setting

Ni Made Dewi Indrayani & Gillian Mibus

Work in Indonesia

Karen Walker, Zhu Lihui & Miki Konoshi
Neonatal nursing in China and Japan

1230-1330  

Lunch - Sponsored by   

Plenary

1330-1500

(New Zealand Room 1)

 1330-1430

Expert Nutrition panel  ‘What is best for baby and  what is ‘optimal growth’ for babies born premature’
Frank Bloomfield - Medical Viewpoint
Barbara Cormack - Dietitian Viewpoint

Rachel Friend - Mother of Reuben

Karen New - Global influences

 1430-1500

COINN AGM

 1500-1530

 Afternoon Tea & Poster Presentations

Presenters will be available at their posters for more in-depth discussion with conference participants during this extended break  

 1530-1700

Plenary 1

Research is creating new knowledge

Neil Armstrong 

Plenary 2

A mother’s love for her child is like nothing else in the world. It knows no law, no pity. It dares all things and crushes down remorselessly all that stands in its path.

Agatha Christie

1530-1700

(New Zealand Room 1)

(New Zealand Room 2)

 1530-1600

Mark Turner

Research – how to prioritise, fund, conduct

 

Raylene Philips & Leslie Altimier

Implementing the 7 Core Measures of Neuroprotective Family-Centered Developmental Care in the NICU

 1600-1630

Laura Bennet

Fetal hypoxia: the surprisingly tenacious preterm

 

1630-1700

Judith McAra 

Collaboration and communication between health professionals: a way to enhance care

Jeanie Cheong

Changing prognosis of extremely preterm newborns with postnatal age, modifying counselling for families

 

1700

Sessions conclude for the day

1900 - late

 

"Great Gatsby" Dinner
New Zealand Rooms 1&2

 

 

Wednesday 8th May

0715-0815

(New Zealand Room 2)


Johnson & Johnson Breakfast Session
 

Deanne August, Juliet Manning, Fiona Dineen, Lynette Chapple and Karen New

Care of the largest organ: burden or opportunity?

Plenary
New Zealander Margaret Alve starts the day and will engage you from the moment she talks. Our International key note speaker and Invited speaker then take centre stage to  complete this potpourri plenary session 

0830-1030

(New Zealand Room 1)

 

 

0830-0910

Introduction and Housekeeping

 

Margaret Alve 

Building strength and resilience

 0910-0950 Max Berry
EXTENDING fetal life; promises and pitfalls of the artificial placenta
 0950-1030

Joy Browne

Update on Gravens Consensus Panel on Infant and Family Centered Developmental Care For Intensive Care, a quest for developing Standards and Recommended Best Practices 

1030-1130

Brunch

Concurrent Sessions    

Final opportunity to hear from each other the latest evidence in readiness to implement into clinical care

1130-1230

Baby

(New Zealand Room 1)

 

Family
(New Zealand Room 2)

NICU
(Marlborough Room 2)

Community
(Marlborough Room 1)
Global
(Marlborough Room 3)

 

1130-1145

Tamara Nickerson  Kiwi in Paris

Marsha Campbell-Yeo 
Enhancing parental presence in the NICU: Parent and provider perceptions 

Rosemarie Batchelor

Rural New Zealand and the neonatal nurse practitioner- the future? 

Bridget Moore

Enriching the care of patients and families in the NICU 

Carin Maree

STTI Maternal-Child Health Nurse Leadership Academy’s footprint in Africa

 

 

 

 

1145-1200  Bianca Devsam

Pain assessment in ventilated, sedated, and muscle-relaxed neonates

Nethong Namprom
The effect of maternal participation in preterm’s care and improved short-term growth and neurodevelopment outcomes

Amy Barker

Reflection, contemporary practice and the future of neonatal nursing 

 

Priya Govindaswamy

Knowledge to action translation: engaging families in a surgical NICU

Qiuxia (Sophia) Dong 

Kangaroo care in China

 

 

 

 

 

1200-1215 Marsha Campbell-Yeo 
Usability evaluation of a knowledge translation intervention for neonatal pain 
Shelley Reid

Parents’ perspectives on neonatal nurses and family centered care

Leanne Ehrlich

Graduate nurses in NICU-A successful transition to practice

Helene Anderson

Improving end of life care for indigenous Australian families in NICU

Anevilli Brown Purcell

"Samoa mo Samoa". As we build capacity with our neighbouring countries

 

 

 

 

1215-1230 Brianna Richardson

Parent-targeted education regarding infant pain management: A scoping review

Megan Bater

PEDaL: training parents of preterm infants to support early development

Nancy Feeley
Parents’ experience of support in NICU single-family rooms

Donna Hovey

Partnering to improve outcomes for newborns in Papua New Guinea 

Karen New

Advancing clinical practice and research: industry funding and partnerships

 

 

 

 

1230-1240 10 Minute Break - Light refreshments available
Plenary
Closing Plenary - Have your pen poised for some take home messages

1240-1420

Closing Plenary
(New Zealand Room 1)

1240-1320

Heidelise Als

NIDCAP, The Voice of the Newborn – Responsibility and Opportunity

1320-1350

Keelan Ransfield
RATUHI

1350-1415

Karen Walker

COINN Closing 

1415

Closing karakia - Keelan Ransfield