Two Free-to-Attend Master Courses Featured at EIP 2017.
MC1: INFLUENCE OF MICROBIOTA ON ASPECTS OF CHILD HEALTH
MC2: ESSENTIALS OF INVASIVE AND NON-INVASIVE VENTILATION IN NEWBORNS
Make sure you register for the 2017 conference and book your place at one of two in-depth 2-hour master course that feature in this year’s program. Attendance is limited to the first 40 people to register for each course, but the cost of attendance is included in the conference registration.
Masters Courses have been included to cater for pediatricians looking to gain a deeper understanding of an area in pediatrics.
MC1: Influence of Microbiota on Aspects of Child Health
Taking place on Thursday 7th December from 11:00 - 13:00
SIMON KROLL, Professor of Paediatrics and Molecular Infectious Diseases, Imperial College and St Mary’s Hospital, United Kingdom.
DEBBY BOGAERT, Scottish Senior Clinical Fellow and Honorary Consultant in paediatric infectious diseases, The University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom.
Part A - Gastrointestinal Microbiota in Neonates and Necrotizing Enterocolitis.
Part B - Evolution of Respiratory Tract Microbiota and its Relation to Respiratory Health in Children
MC2: Essentials of Invasive and Non-invasive Ventilation in Newborns
Taking place on Saturday 9th December from 11:00 - 13:00 is:
ROLAND HENTSCHEL, Professor, Head of Division Neonatology/Pediatric Intensive Care at Department Pediatrics, University Hospital Freiburg Department Pediatrics, University Hospital Freiburg, GERMANY
TORSTEN UHLIG, Head of Department of Pediatrics, Clinical Director, Klinikum Rosenheim & Lecturer in Pediatrics at LMU University, Munich, GERMANY and Paracelsus University Salzburg, Austria
PART 1 Essentials of CPAP and High flow-nasal cannula.
PART 2 Essentials of invasive ventilation (incl. HFOV).
PART 3 Essentials of non-invasive ventilation.
PART 4 Essentials of surfactant treatment and nitric oxide (NO).
In parallel to the Conference, meetings are held by EIP to address specific cross-functional challenges in Children's Health. Organisations, Parents' associations, academic researchers, governments and industry representatives, as well as other frontline healthcare providers, are given the opportunity to participate in a creative dialogue. Ultimately, the Focus Groups are designed to identify common ground and explore constructive solutions. Delegates are actively encouraged to participate in these parallel meetings too.See all events