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Welcome to the 2019 Council of International Neonatal Nurses Conference

 

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
0800-0830 COINN Welcome Ceremony

0830-0900

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

1030-1100

Morning Tea

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. 

1100-1230

Community
Cultural partnership

Newborn Staff & Environment

Family Baby 1
Clinical Care
Baby 2
Skin Care

1100-1115

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1115-1130

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

Janet Green

Social media and neonatal nurses: leveraging positives and minimising consequences

Hilary Lumsden

On uncertain ground: grandmothers on the NICU

TBC

 

Margaret Broom
Advancing practice to reduce neonatal skin injuries through quality improvement
1130-1145

Amy Wright

Caring for indigenous families in the NICU: lessons from Canada

Catherine Ringham

Feeding the system: nurses’ technology work in the NICU

Joelle Monaghan

Enhancing parental presence in the NICU: parent and provider perceptions

Wakako Eklund

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

Colette McIntyre

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

1145-1200 Anna Adcock
He tamariki kokoti tau: whānau Māori experiences of preterm birth

Kristin Hughes

Testing evacuation procedures provides impetus for change in practice

Debbie O’Donoghue

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

Terri Moore

Evaluation of new thermal care recommended by NRP 7th edition

Karen New

Atopic eczema: assessment and early prevention strategies from birth

1200-1215

Kendall Stevenson

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

Lynn Sinclair

Self-regulated learning in a blended postgraduate nursing subject

Lynne Wainwright

Impact of neonatal admission on the whole family including siblings

Anne Dawbney

Neonatal nurse navigator - complex case presentation 

Deanne August

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

1215-1230

Francesca Storey

Learning the kaupapa: he korowai manaaki

Nancy Feeley

What NICU design is optimal for mothers well-being?

Dustylee Williams

Opening the doors for families in special care nursery

Justine Parsons

Neonatal organ donation : developing an Australian NICU clinical guideline

Anndrea Flint

Neonatal scalp skin injuries: clinical practice needs and parent education

 

1230-1330  

Lunch

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

1330-1500

 

1330-1410

Simon Rowley
A personal account of working with NICU families (cited from his recently publicised book “Mind that Child”)

1410-1450 Dieter Wolke
Topic TBC

1450-1520

 Afternoon Tea

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

 

1520-1600

Raylene Philips and Leslie Altimier
Implementing the 7 Core Measures of Neuroprotective Family-Centered Developmental Care in the NICU

1600-1630

Invited Speaker TBC

1630-1715

Rachel Callander

The Impact of Language and Empowering Communication at Diagnosis