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Welcome to the 2019 Council of International Neonatal Nurses Conference

Sponsored Sessions

 

Monday 6 May - Sponsored Evening Symposium

Time: 5.30pm - 7.00pm (Refreshments served from 5.30pm) 

Location:
New Zealand Room 2

Presentation Title
Evolution of Human Milk and the Implementation of an Exclusive Human Milk Diet for Premature Infants

Speakers: Ms Terry S. Johnson & Ms Andi Markell

Synopsis: Terry and Andi have years of clinical experience in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, both have spoken to large audiences on their experience taking care of the most fragile patient population and are well published.  Please join us Monday evening at 5.30pm for drinks and appetizers and the presentation starting promptly at 6.00pm, May 6th, where Terry and Andi would like to present the “Evolution of Human Milk and the Implementation of an Exclusive Human Milk Diet for Premature Infants” based on their own experience and clinical expertise. 

Places are limited and secured via registration RSVP only

 

Tuesday 7 May - Sponsored Breakfast Symposium



Time: 07.15am - 08.15am (breakfast served from 07.15am - 07.30am)

Presentation Title: Stabilisation and Thermal Management in the Delivery Room

Speaker: Dr Jennifer Dawson 

Moderator: Ms Michelle Muir

Synopsis: Thermoregulation during the transition from intrauterine to extrauterine life is important for infants at all gestations. Whilst preterm infants are at the greatest risk for hypothermia even mature infants can become cold. Additionally, hyperthermia can also cause harm. In this session, we will discuss some of the unusual and more evidence-based methods for keeping infants warm.

RSVP your breakfast attendance within your registration

 


Wednesday 8 May - 
Sponsored Breakfast Symposium


Time: 07.15am - 08.15am (breakfast served from 07.15am - 07.30am)

Presentation Title: Care of the largest organ: burden or opportunity?

Speakers: Ms Deanne August, Ms Juliet Manning, Ms Fiona Dineen, Ms Lynette Chapple and Dr Karen New

Additional Panel Member: Dr Margaret Broom  

Moderator: Ms Paula Dellabarca

Synopsis: Skin is the interface of the human body. Skin assessment and care should be initiated from the time of birth, during hospitalisation and beyond discharge. A panel of expert neonatal clinicians and professionals will discuss implications of standards  for skin care, risk assessment tools and answer your burning questions.  

RSVP your breakfast attendance within your registration