ISPID-ISA 2018

​Time:

​Main Auditorium

​08:00-08:15

​Opening Welcome

08:00-08:05

​SCDT Welcome

08:05-08:15

ISPID&ISA Chair Welcome

​08:15-08:20


​2016 Conference - What we learned

Virginia Kanopa, Uruguay and Jessica Ruidiaz, Argentina

08:20-10:00

​Plenary Session 1 - Inclusiveness and Reducing Disparities

​08:20-08:40


​What causes wellness and the implications for families

Harry Burns, University of Strathclyde, UK

​08:40-09:00


​Resentment and Loss

Glen Pettigrove, Glasgow University, UK

09:00-09:20


​Care after stillbirth: evidence-based support for parents throughout their journey.

Dimitrios Siassakos, Academic Centre for Women's Health, University of Bristol, UK

​09:20-09:40


​A Voice of Vilomah

Nicole Bowles, Parent Speaker, UK

​09:40-10:00

​ Questions

10:00-10:20

Break/Exhibitors/Posters

10:20-12:00

Presentation of Oral Abstracts

​12:00-12:50

Lunch / Exhibitors/ Posters

​12:50-15:30

​Plenary Session 2- Policy and Public Health

​12:50-13:20

​Findings from the New Zealand SUDI case-control study 

Edwin Mitchell, University of Auckland, New Zealand - Keynote Speaker

13:20-13:50

​The Power of partnership for global stillbirth prevention 

Helga Fogstad, PMNCH, WHO - Keynote Speaker

​13:50-14:10


Reducing stillbirth in Scotland-changing culture and practice, a success story

Catherine Calderwood, CMO Scottish Government, UK

​14:10-14:30 



​14:30-14:50 

​2016 American Academy of Pediatrics safe sleep guidelines: What's new? What's Controversial?

Rachel Moon, University of Virginia School of Medicine, USA

​14:50-15:20

​ Questions

​15:20-15:40

Break /Exhibitors/Posters

15:40-17:00

Presentation of Oral Abstracts 

(Subject to Change)

17:00-17:30

Ask the experts Q&A session for parents / Poster Session for other delegates

19:00-20:00

Remembrance Evening Programme - Glasgow Cathedral

***The Scientific Programme is subject to change.

Time:​

Auditorium B/C​

​Auditorium A & Level 1 Auditorium

08:00-08:30 

​Breakfast Workshops

​08:30-10:10

​Plenary Session 3- Global Health

SUDI

Plenary Session 4 - Global Health

STILLBIRTH

​08:30-08:50

​Pathology and SUDI 

Roger Byard, University of Adelaide, Australia

Stillbirths: Cross-cultural perspectives


Maria Luisa Tejada de Rivero Sawers, Stillbirth Advocacy Working Group (SAWG), Mexico

​08:50-09:10

​Cribs for Kids National Safe Sleep Hospital Certification Program

Michael Goodstein, Wellspan Health York Hospital, USA

Providing humane care for women following stillbirth

Tina Lavender, Manchester University, UK

​09:10-09:30

​Changing policy on smoking in pregnancy and post-partum: is research evidence enough?

Linda Bauld, Stirling University, UK

​Where is stillbirth on the global stage? What's holding us back and what we can do about it

Susannah Hopkins Leisher, Mater Research, University of Queensland and Columbia University, USA

​09:30-09:50

​CDC's SUID Case Registry, Challanges in Classifying SUID, and the Diagnostic shift

Carrie Shapiro-Mendoza, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, USA

​Making stillbirths visible and moving to action

Vicki Flenady, University of Queensland, Australia

09:50-10:10

​Questions

​Questions

10:10-10:40

​Break / Exhibitors / Posters

​10:40-11:55

​Plenary Session 5 - Prediction and Prevention

STILLBIRTH

​Plenary Session 6 - Quality and Safety

SUDI

​10:40-11:00

​The contribution of local hospital review to preventing stillbirth

Jenny Kurinczuk, Director of the National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit (NPEU), UK

​A web-tool to asses sudden unexpected death in infancy risk and provide targeted advice at the six-week check in primary care

Christine McIntosh, University of Auckland, New Zealand

11:00-11:20

​Placental causes of stillbirth

Robert M. Silver, University of Utah, USA

​Is sleeping our preterm babies prone whilst in the neonatal unit good for their brains?

Rosemary Horne, Monash University, Australia

​11:20-11:40

​How stillbirth personally impacts physicians, nurses, and the hospital staff and effective strategies for coping with death and bereavement in clinical care

Katherine Gold, University of Michigan, USA

​Unexpected infant deaths: What have we learned in the past 40 years, what difference has it made and where do we go from here?

Peter Fleming, Bristol University, UK

​11:40-11:55

​Questions

​Questions

11:55-12:05

​Top scoring poster 1 slide, 3 minutes and 2 minutes for questions

​Top scoring poster 1 slide, 3 minutes and 2 minutes for questions

​12:05-13:30

Presentation of Oral Abstracts  

(subject to change)


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13:30-14:15

​Walk around, lunch, viewing posters with annoucement of poster prizes​

​14:15-20:00

​Sightseeing afternoon for delegates

​20:00-Midnight

​Gala Dinner - Kelvingrove Art Gallery

***The Scientific Programme is subject to change.

Time:​

​Main Auditorium

08:00-09:00

​Breakfast Workshops

​09:00-10:40

​Plenary Session 7 - Prediction and Prevention

​09:00-09:20

​Effects of alcohol, smoking and related adverse prenatal exposures on infant physiology 

William Fifer, Columbia University, USA​

​09:20-09:40

​Each baby counts - a UK initiative to reduce intrapartum harm

Alan D. Cameron, Glasgow University, UK​

09:40-10:00

​Screening for fetal growth restriction: the future

Gordon Smith, Cambridge University, UK​

10:00-10:20

​The contribution of midwifrey can to reducing preterm birth, stillbirth, and newborn deaths

Jane Sandall, Kings College London, UK​

10:20-10:40

​Questions

10:40-11:00

​Break / Exhibitors / Posters

​11:00-13:00

Presentation of Oral Abstracts 

(subject to change)

Pathology Symposium

(SIDS International)​

13:00-14:00

Lunch

14:00-15:15

Plenary Session - 8 Innovation

​14:00-14:20

​New Ways of Communicating Safe Sleep Messages: Reuslts from the Social Media and Risk-reduction Training of Infant Care Practices Study

Fern Hauck, University of Virginia School of Medicine, USA

​14:20-14:40

​Does monitoring fetal movements reduce the risk of stillbirth - findings from the AFFIRM study

Jane Norman, University of Edinburgh, UK​

​14:40-15:00

​Smoking Cessation interventions for pregant women

David Tappin, University of Glasgow, UK​

15:00-15:15

​Questions

15:15-15:35

​Break / Exhibitors / Posters

15:35-17:00

Presentation of Oral Abstracts

(subject to change)

​17:05-17:30

​Closing Ceremony, Awards and Announcement of 2020

***The Scientific Programme is subject to change.