YHCPCN Annual Conference 2020: Perinatal Palliative Care and the Longer-term Paediatric Implications of Survival
  • 11th March 2020
  • 9:00 - 16:00
  • Wetherby Racecourse, York Road, LS22 5EJ

YHCPCN Annual Conference 2020: Perinatal Palliative Care and the Longer-term Paediatric Implications of Survival

Yorkshire and Humber Children's Palliative Care Network
Annual Conference 2020

Perinatal Palliative Care


Discussing and presenting on Perinatal Palliative Care

  • Parent persepctive and professional perspectives
  • Local and national speakers
  • Talks and workshop
  • Discussions and presentations on topical ethical dilemmas, including:
    • The role of genetics
    • Cardiology
    • Neonatal pathway planning

See the programme below:

08:45 to

09:10

Registration and Coffee

 

09:10 to

09:20

Welcome and Introductions

Dr Sue Picton, Chair YHCPCN

09:20 to

10:00

Multidisciplinary Antenatal and Perinatal Care

Dr. Fauzia Paize,

Consultant Neontologist, Liverpool Women’s Hospital.

10:00 to

10:40

Genetic Diagnosis and Prognostication in Life-limiting Conditions

Dr. Jen Campbell

Consultant Clinical Geneticist,

Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS FT

10:40 to

11:10

In-utero MR Imaging of the Foetal Brain: Current Status in 2020

Prof Paul Griffiths,

Professor of Radiology, University of Sheffield

11:10 to

11:25

Break and Refreshments

 

 

11:25 to

12:00

The Role of the Paediatric, Neurology and Neurodisability teams in Ongoing Care

TBC

12:00 to

12:30

Lethal and Life-limiting Congenital Cardiac Lesions

Dr Shubha Barwick,

Consultant Foetal and Paediatric Cardiologist,

Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS FT

12:30 to 13:30

Lunch and Networking

 

 

13:30 to 14:30

Workshop: Challenging Decisions in the Perinatal Period

Panel: Dr Sharon English, Dr. Michelle Hills, Dr. Becky Musson

14:30 to 15:00

A Degree of Grey: A Parent’s Insight into a Perinatal Ethical Dilemma

 

Mrs. Georgina Wallington

15:00 to 15:15

Break and Refreshments

 

 

15:15 to

16:15

Towards a Regional Perinatal Pathway:

Past, Present and Future

Ms. Sara Balmforth

Perinatal Midwife, Forget Me Not CH

 

Dr. Sharon English,

Consultant Neonatologist, Leeds TH &FMN CH

16:15 to

16:30

Evaluation and Close

 

Book online now to reserve your place or download the booking form and return with a cheque to Martin House.

In order to book online, follow the link: www.martinhouse.org.uk/conference
Price: Doctor £85 Nurse or allied health professional £55

Cancellations can only be accepted 6 weeks prior to conference date. Substitute work delegates are welcome but please let us know immediately.

Support for Families

There are a number of organisations providing support to families with children with life limiting conditions across Yorkshire and Humber and it can be difficult to know where to start sometimes. The service finder on our website lists some of the organisations local to you and the best place to start is often your local hospice as they are a local hub and can offer information and advice about useful services.

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Support for Professionals

The Network provides access to regional training, sharing good practice and a Regional Annual Conference for professionals working in Children’s Palliative Care across the Region. There are links to CPD and available training resources available through this website.

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Bereavement Support

There are a number of organisations providing bereavement support to families with children with life limiting conditions across Yorkshire and Humber. The support finder on our website lists some of the organisations local to you and the best place to start is often your local hospice as they are a local hub and can offer information and advice about useful services.

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