ISPID-ISA 2018

Time:

​Auditorium ABC

08:00-08:15

​Opening Welcome

​08:00-08:05

​SCDT Welcome

08:05-08:15

ISPID&ISA Chairs Welcome

08:15-08:20



​2016 Conference - What we learned

Virginia Kanopa Almada, Uruguay and Alejandro Jenik, Argentina

08:20-10:00

​Plenary Session 1 - Inclusiveness and Reducing Disparities 

Chair: Alan D. Cameron, UK

Co-Chair: Claire Storey, UK

Introduction: Nicola Sturgeon

​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 a Vilomah

Nicole Bowles, Parent Speaker, UK

09:40-10:00

​ Questions

10:00-10:20

Break/Exhibitors/Posters

10:20-12:00​

Parallel Session 1 A

Chair: Vicki Flenady, Australia

10:25-10:40

O-085 Improving, but could do better: Trends in gestation-specific stillbirth in Australia, 1994-2015

Vicki Flenady, Stillbirth Centre of Research Excellence, Mater Research Institute-University of Queensland, Australia​

​10:40-10:55

O-001 Consequences of perinatal death among midwives, obstetricians and assistant nurses: Results from a qualitative study in Norway  

Beate André, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway​

10:55-11:10

O-002 National Review of Perinatal Bereavement Services in Irish Maternity Hospitals  

Riona Cotter, National Implementation Group for the Bereavement Standards, Ireland; Cork University Maternity Hospital, Ireland

11:10-11:25
O-003 The value of time and space - experiences from a unit for perinatal loss

Dorte Hvidtjørn, Aarhus University Hospital, Denmark; University of Southern Denmark, Denmark
11:25-11:40
​O-004 A research concerning the different cultural rituals and conventions of bereaved parents after the loss of a child. {Case: Make a Memory}

Wieke Eefting, Utrecht University, The Netherlands

​12:00-12:50

​Lunch / Exhibitors/ Posters

12:50-15:20

​Plenary Session 2- Policy and Public Health 

Chair: Peter S. Blair, UK 

Co Chair: Katherine Gold, USA

​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, Switzerland - Keynote Speaker

13:50-14:10



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

Catherine Calderwood, CMO Scottish Government, UK - Keynote Speaker

14:10-14:30

​Each Baby Counts - a UK initiative to reduce intrapartum harm

Alan D. Cameron, Glasgow University, UK

​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

Parallel Session 2A

Chair: Rachel Y Moon, USA

​15:40-15:55
​O-036 Preliminary Results from a Survey of US Parents’ Perceptions of a Baby Box

Trina C Salm Ward, University of Wisconsin, USA
15:55-16:10
​O-037 Baby boxes may not prevent sleep-related infant death: A collective case study of socially vulnerable families

Karen M Benzies, University of Calgary, Canada
16:10:16:25
O-038 Attitudes and experiences of U.S. home visitors on the distribution and use of baby boxes

Amanda M Bagin, Children's Health Alliance of Wisconsin, USA
16:25-16:40
O-039 Pēpi-pods™ (plastic bassinet-sized containers) for a safe infant sleep? Overnight video, maternal questionnaire and physiological evaluation of Pēpi-pods™ as a sleep device for babies at increased risk of sudden unexpected death in infancy

Sally A Baddock, Otago Polytechnic, New Zealand
​16:40-16:55
O-040 It’s Just a Box: Pregnant Women’s Perceptions of Boxes for Infant Sleep

Carolyn R Ahlers Schmidt, University of Kansas School of Medicine, USA

17:00-17:30

Poster Session for other delegates at Exhibition Area

19:00-20:00

Remembrance Evening Programme - Glasgow Cathedral

Time:

​Level 1 Auditorium

10:20-12:00

Parallel Session 1B​

Chair: Alison McFadden, UK

10:20-10:40

O-005 What are parents’ and healthcare professionals’ experiences of care after stillbirth in low and middle-income countries

Clare Shakespeare, University of Bristol, UK

10:40-10:55

O-006 Australian men's experiences of support following pregnancy loss

Kate Louise Obst, University of Adelaide, Australia

10:55-11:10

O-007 The victimization in absence of a culprit.“The limbic victim“

Eva Imparato, Association SUID & SIDS Italy Omlus, Italy

​11:10-11:25

O-008 Exploring social isolation and disconnectedness resulting from child death

Lynsay Clair Allan, Scottish Cot Death Trust, UK

​11:25-11:40

O-009 Pregnancy and Infant Loss Network: Bereavement care and education in Ontario, Canada 

Michelle La Fontaine, Pregnancy and Infant Loss Network, Sunnybrook Health Sciences, Canada

11:40-11:55

O-010 Sudden unexpected death in infancy and the disparity experienced by Māori

Melanie E MacFarlane, University of Auckland, New Zealand

​12:00-12:50

​Lunch/ Exhibitors/ Posters

15:40-17:00

​Parallel Session 2B

Chair: Lynsay Clair Allan, UK

15:40-15:55

​O-041 Role Modelling Safe Sleep Practices with Pre-schoolers through Doll Play – “Face Up, Face Clear Clear, Safe Place”

Sharon Ayto, Department of Woman's and Children's Health, Southern District Health Board, New Zealand

15:55-16:10

​O-042 Are children in the care of foster parents dying suddenly and unexpectedly when exposed to unsafe sleep circumstances?

Ian Mitchell, Alberta Children's Hospital Research Institute, Canada

16:10-16:25

O-043 Sleep safety in day care centers: An awareness campaign in Belgium (Flemish Community) using virtual reality as an educational tool

Kim Huyghe on behalf of Greet Wissels, Departement of Child Care, Child and Family, Belgium

16:25-16:40

​O-044  Infant care practices employed by Queensland caregivers: are safe sleeping messages being translated into practice?

Roni Cole, University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia; Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service, Australia

16:40-16:55

​O-144 Nurses’ Knowledge and Delivery of Infants' Safe Sleep Practices and SIDS Risk-reduction Messages - A Binational Study

Anat Shatz, Shaaree Zedek Medical Centre, Israel

17:00-17:30

​Ask the Experts Q&A Session

Chair: Alan D. Cameron

Experts: 

David Tappin 

ISPID: Fern Hauck and John Thomson

ISA: Vicky Flenady, Robert Silver, Jan Jap Erwich

17:00-17:30
Poster session for delegates

19:00-20:00

Remembrance​ evening programme - Glasgow Cathedral

​Time:

​Room 1

​10:20-12:00

​Parallel Session 1C

Chair: Marta C Cohen, UK

10:25-11:25

W-001 WORKSHOP

Taking Consent and Information Giving in Fetal and Neonatal Loss

Elspeth Helen Whitby, Marta C Cohen, Kate Reed and Julie Ellis, University of Sheffield, UK

11:25-11:40

O-011 Post Mortem Consent – The Impact of Deprivation and Ethnicity

Margaret J Evans, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, UK; University of Edinburgh, UK; University of Leicester, UK

​11:40-11:55

O-012 Should Written Consent Be Required before Fetal Membrane Stripping Especially among GBS Carriers?

James A. McGregor, Group B Strep International, USA

12:00-12:50

​Lunch/ Exhibitors/ Posters

​15:40-17:00

Parallel Session 2C

Chair: Vicki Flenady, Australia

15:40-15:55

​O-045 Failures in the Emergency Obstetric and Neonatal Care Referral Chain and High Rates of Intrapartum Stillbirth in Southwestern Uganda

Elizabeth A Mccue, Eck Institute for Global Health, University of Notre Dame, USA

​15:55-16:10

O-046 Why Are Babies Dying in the First Month after Birth? A Study of Neonatal Mortality in Jordan 2016

Rakan Ahmad Aburoman, Jordan

16:10-16:25

O-047 Variations in stillbirth and early neonatal mortality associated with different polluting fuel types in Bangladesh

Monjura Khatun Nisha,  The University of Sydney, Australia

16:25-16:40

O-048 Survival of Very low birth weight neonates for age 0-7 days among deliveries in St. Paul's Hospital millennium medical college, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, one year cross sectional study

Tizita Abraham Basha, St Paul's Hospital Millennium Medical College, Ethiopia

17:00-17:30

​Poster Session for delegates

19:00-20:00

Remembrance evening programme - Glasgow Cathedral

​Time:

​Room 2

10:20-12:00

​Parallel Session 1D

Chair: Betty McEntire, USA

10:25-10:40

O-013 Developmental changes in  125I-Epibatidine binding to nicotinic receptors in the brainstem ascending arousal system in the Sudden Infant Death Syndrome

Arunnjah Vivekanandarajah, Boston Children's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, USA, For the PASS Network; The University of Sydney, Australia

​10:40-10:55

​O-014 5-HT1A Binding Deficiencies in the Rostral Serotonergic Raphe System of the Sudden Infant Death Syndrome

Michael R McConville, Boston Children's Hospital and Harvard Medical School, USA

​10:55-11:10

O-015 Diagnostic classification effects on brain pathology data in a cohort of SUDI cases

Rita Machaalani, University of Sydney, Australia

11:10-11:25

O-016 Blue Baby Blues - A Case Report. Implications of Maternal Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor Use for Sudden Infant Death Syndrome

Alexander Simpson, Royal Hospital for Children, UK

11:25-11:40

​O-017 The Victorian Perinatal Autopsy Service (VPAS): Insights into Clinical Governance and program development

Kerryn Frances Ireland Jenkin, Royal Women's Hospital, Australia

12:00-12:50

​Lunch / Exhibitors /Posters

15:40-17:00

Parallel Session 2D

Chair: Clea Harmer, UK

15:40-15:55

​O-050 Risk Factors for Antepartum and Intrapartum Stillbirth: An exploration using Western Australian linked data, 2005–2015

Brad Mark Farrant, The University of Western Australia, Australia

15:55-16:10

​O-051 Maternal sleep during pregnancy and poor fetal outcomes: A scoping review of the literature with meta-analysis

Jane Warland, University of South Australia, South Australia

16:10-16:25

​O-052 Alerting Pregnant Women and Their Families as to the Lack of Efficacy and Danger of “Alternative Treatments" for Prevention of Group B Streptococcal (GBS) Invasive Disease in Babies

James A. McGregor, Group B Strep International, USA

​16:25-16:40

O-054 Reduction in dosage of misoprostol for induction of labour for stillbirth: a before and after study

Abi Merriel, University of Bristol, UK

16:40-16:55

O-152 Alive and kicking. “Feel life” - information campaign to help pregnant women to monitor their baby’s movements

Line Schrader, Norwegian SIDS and Stillbirth Society, Norway

​17:00-17:30

​Poster Session for delegates

​19:00-20:00

​Remembrance evening programme - Glasgow Cathedral

Time:

Room 3

10:20-12:00

​Parallel Session 1E

Chair: Monique Pauline L'Hoir, The Netherlands

10:25-10:40

​O-018 Epidemiological findings of SIDS from England: the Oto Acoustic Signals Investigation Study (OASIS) 2016-2017

Peter S Blair,  University of Bristol, UK

10:40-10:55

​O-019 2017 Survey of prevalence of protective and risk factors for SIDS in The Netherlands 

Adèle C Engelberts, Zuyderland Medical Center, The Netherlands

​10:55-11:10

​O-020 An analysis of sleep scene reconstruction photographs of SUDI infants compared with controls

Jessica Wilson, The University of Auckland, New Zealand

11:10-11:25

​O-021 Social vulnerability among the Queensland SUDI population and the factors prevalent in vulnerable groups

Rebecca Ann Shipstone, University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia

​11:25-11:40

​O-022 Sleeping environment in Sudden Unexpected Infant Death cases: a population-based study in France

Karine Levieux, Nantes University Hospital, France

​11:40-11:55

​O-023 Reducing Sudden Infant Death Risk Factors in Sheffield - A Partnership Approach 

Julia Thompson, Public Health, Sheffield City Council, UK

12:00-12:50
​Lunch / Exhibitors /Posters

15:40-17:00

​Parallel Session 2E

Chair: Jeri E Wilson, USA

15:40-16:40

W-002 WORKSHOP 

Healing Arts: Writing Through Grief   

Alexis Marie Chute, University of Alberta, Canada; Lesley University, USA

16:40-16:55

​O-055 River's Gift - Breathing life into SIDS research

Alexandra Hamilton, Australia

17:00-17:30
​Poster Session for delegates

​19:00-20:00

Remembrance evening programme - Glasgow Cathedral

Time:

Room 4/5

10:25-10:40

​Parallel Session 1F 

Chair: Katherine Gold, USA

10:25-10:40

​O-024 Stillbirths in Ghana: Determining Cause of Death

Abdul Razak Shuaib Abdul Mumin, Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital, Ghana

​10:40-10:55

​O-025 Towards reducing newborn deaths in Cross River state, Nigeria: Impact of Essential Newborn Care Course (ENCC) on quality of care

Kazeem Adisa Arogundade, Pathfinder International, Nigeria

​10:55-11:10

​O-026 Counting and reviewing babies born dead in low resource settings: Stillbirth surveillance in Sri Lanka

Kapila Jayaratne, Family Health Bureau, Ministry of Health, Sri Lanka

11:10-11:25

​O-027 Experiences, perceptions and practices of women and families around stillbirth: a qualitative exploration in urban and rural districts of Kabul province, Afghanistan

Aliki Christou, The University of Sydney, Australia

11:25-11:40

​O-028 Defining disrespect and abuse of newborns and stillborn infants: a review of the evidence and an expanded typology of respectful maternity care

Emma Sacks, Johns Hopkins University, USA

​11:40-11:55

​O-029 Socio-demographic, maternal, and health care factors associated with stillbirth in Afghanistan: analysis of the 2010 Afghanistan Mortality Survey

Aliki Christou, The University of Sydney, Australia

12:00-12:50

​Lunch/Exhibitors/Posters

15:40-17:00

​Parallel Session 2F

​Parent Activity

Chair:  Christine Ikponmwonba, USA

Self  Confidence and Resilience

Rose Goodenough and Marilyn Gordon, Inner Space, Glasgow, UK

17:00-17:30

Poster Session for delegates

​19:00-20:00

Remembrance evening programme - Glasgow Cathedral

​Time:

Room 6/7

10:20-12:00

​Parallel Session 1G

Chair: Anat Shatz, Israel

10:25-10:40

​O-030 Attitudes and Social Norms Associated with Maternal Decisions about Infant Sleep Location: Results from the SMART Study

Rachel Y Moon, University of Virginia School of Medicine, USA

​10:40-10:55

​O-031 Fifteen years of infant care and safe sleeping messages: have parental care practices changed?

Roni Cole, University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia; Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service, Australia

​10:55-11:10

​O-032 Safe sleeping campaign - Are we really successful?

Ursula Kiechl Kohlendorfer, Medical University of Innsbruck, Austria

​11:10-11:25

O-033 The Effect of Social Network Types and Social Norms on Infant Sleep Practices

Rebecca Carlin, George Washington University School of Medicine, USA

11:25-11:40

O-034 Evaluation of the Pēpi-Pod® Program through the lens of Australian Indigenous ethical principles

Jeanine Young, University of the Sunshine Coast,  Australia

​11:40-11:55

​O-035 Qualitative Evaluation of Embedding Safe Sleep in Prenatal Education

Carolyn R Ahlers Schmidt, University of Kansas School of Medicine, USA

12:00-12:50

​Lunch/Exhibitors/Posters

​15:40-17:00

​Parallel Session 2G

Chair: Peter S Blair, UK

15:40-15:55

​O-056 Psychiatric disorder and risk of sudden infant death syndrome: Results of a clinical survey

Jeffrey Sverd, North Shore Child and Family Guidance Center Roslyn Heights, USA; Department of Psychiatry Nassau County Medical Center Hempstead, USA

​15:55-16:10

​O-057 Sudden Unexpected Infant Deaths (SUID) with Use of U-Shaped Pillows in the Sleep Area — United States, 2004-2015

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

​16:10-16:25

​O-059 Factors associated with age of death in sudden infant death syndrome

Kelty Allen, Microsoft, USA

16:25-16:40

​O-060 Prevalence of and Factors Associated with Maintaining Smoking Cessation after Pregnancy

Eve Colson, Yale School of Medicine, USA

17:00-17:30

​Poster Session for delegates

​19:00-20:00

Remembrance evening programme - Glasgow Cathedral


Time:​


Auditorium B/C​

08:30-10:10

Plenary Session 3- Global Health

SUDI

Chair: Fern R Hauck, USA

Co-Chair: David Tappin, UK

​08:30-08:50

​Pathology and SUDI 

Roger Byard, University of Adelaide, Australia

​08:50-09:10

​Cribs for Kids National Safe Sleep Hospital Certification Program

Michael Goodstein, Wellspan Health York Hospital, USA

​09:10-09:30

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

Linda Bauld, Stirling University, UK

​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

09:50-10:10

​Questions

10:10-10:40

​Break / Exhibitors / Posters

​10:40-11:55

​Plenary Session 5 - Prediction and Prevention

STILLBIRTH

Chair: Vicki Flenady, Australia

Co-Chair: Marta C Cohen, UK

​10:40-11:00

​The contribution of local hospital review to preventing stillbirth

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

11:00-11:20

​Placental causes of stillbirth

Robert M. Silver, University of Utah, USA

​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

​11:40-11:55

​Questions

11:55-12:00

P-001 Predictors of mothers’ contact with the baby following intrauterine death

Paul Richard Cassidy, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain

​12:05-13:30

Parallel Session 3A

Chair: David Tappin, UK

12:10-12:25

O-061 Media Sources of Infant Care Information Accessed by US Mothers, 2011-2014

Fern R Hauck, University of Virginia School of Medicine, USA

12:25-12:40

O-062 The use of a photo database in the prevention of Cot Death

Wieke Eefting, Wieke Eefting Fotografie, Netherlands

12:40-12:55

O-063 Oto Acoustic Signals Investigation Study (OASIS) - Preliminary findings

Peter S Blair, University of Bristol, UK

12:55-13:10

O-064 ‘Through the tubes’ adapted for the Netherlands

Monique Pauline Lhior, Wageningen University & Research (WUR), The Netherlands​

​13:10-13:25

O-065 SUDI: Infant sleeping position is still not reliably reported in death scene investigations

Jeanine Young,  University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia; Queensland Paediatric Quality Council, Australia

13:30-14:30

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

​14:30-16:00

Parallel Session 4A

Chair: Dimitrios Siassakos, UK

​14:35-14:50

O-092 Should Somatostatin used as first-line agent in management of Congenital Chylothorax?

Therese Mary William, University Hospital Lewisham, UK

​14:50-15:05

O-093 Bereaved parents as active partners in stillbirth research

Daniel Nuzum, University College Cork, Ireland

​15:05-15:20

O-094 Development of a Core Outcome Set and identification of outcome measurement tools for interventions after stillbirth

Danya Bakhbakhi, University of Bristol, Bristol, UK; North Bristol NHS Trust, UK

15:20-15:35

O-095 Causes of Stillbirths at autopsy in North East London: a 5-year retrospective audit

Mohammad H Haini, The Royal London Hospital, UK

15:35-16:50

O-168 Maternal perception of fetal movements and risk of late stillbirth: findings from the New Zealand Multi Centre Stillbirth Study

Billie Bradford, University of Auckland, New Zealand

14:30-20:00

Free Afternoon, sightseeing for international delegates OR Option to stay for local delegates

​Time:

Auditorium A & Level 1 Auditorium (Via A/V Link)


08:30-10:10

Plenary Session 4 - Global Health

STILLBIRTH

Chair: Dimitrios Siassakos, UK

Co-Chair: Hannah Blencowe, UK

08:30-08:50
Stillbirths: Cross-cultural perspectives


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

08:50-09:10

Providing humane care for women following stillbirth

Tina Lavender, University of Manchester, UK

09:10-09:30

​​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

​​Making stillbirths visible and moving to action

Vicki Flenady, University of Queensland, Australia

09:50-10:10
​Questions
10:10-10:40
​Break / Exhibitors / Posters

​10:40-12:05

​Plenary Session 6 - QUALITY AND SAFETY 

SUDI

Chair: John Thompson, New Zealand

Co-Chair: Adrienne Gordon, Australia

​10:40-11:00

​A Web-tool to assess 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

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

Rosemary S C Horne, Monash University, Australia

11:20-11:40

​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 John Fleming, Bristol University, UK

​11:20-11:40

​Questions

11:55-12:00

P-002 Positive changes in the family functioning after the death of child

Anna Liisa Aho, University of Tampere, Finland

​Time:

​Auditorium A

12:05-12:25

​Parallel Session 3B

Chair: John Thompson, New Zealand

12:10-12:25

​O-066 Child protection serious case reviews after sudden unexpected death in infancy

Joanna Garstang, Birmingham Community Healthcare Trust, UK;  Warwick Medical School, UK

12:25-12:40

​O-067 Do the Recommendations of Public Fatality Inquiries Really Protect Vulnerable Children placed in the care of the state?

Mary Claire M Verbeke, Queen’s University, Canada

​12:40-12:55

O-075 An audit of compliance with UK national statutory guidance for the investigation of Sudden Unexpected Death in Infancy

Gabrielle Cropp, Birmingham Community Healthcare Trust, UK

12:55-12:10

O-069 Recurrent sudden unexpected infant deaths in families: causes and concerns

Joanna Garstang, Birmingham Community Healthcare Trust, UK; Warwick Medical School, UK

13:10-13:25

​Industry Sponsored Talk

13:30-14:30

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

14:35-15:35

Parallel Session 4B

Chai: Alan D Cameron, UK

W-004 WORKSHOP 

Each Baby Counts: Listening Exercise

Each Baby Counts Project Team: Alan D. Cameron and Sarah Prince, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, UK

14:30-20:00
Free Afternoon, sightseeing for international delegates OR Option to stay for local delegates

Time:

Level 1 Auditorium

12:05-13:30

​Parallel Session 3C 

Chair: Jane Warland, Australia

12:10-12:25

​O-070 Head to heart experiential learning in perinatal bereavement care for healthcare professionals

Daniel Nuzum, University College Cork, Cork, Ireland; Cork University Hospital, Ireland

12:25-12:40

​O-071 Maternal Sleep Position: Is Left Really Best? An MRI Study of Maternal Haemodynamics During Late Pregnancy

Aimee Humphries, The University of Auckland, New Zealand

12:40-12:55

O-072 Comprehensive review of the evidence regarding the effectiveness of community–based primary health care in improving neonatal health

Emma Sacks, Johns Hopkins University, USA

12:55-13:10

​O-073 Inequalities and stillbirth: A meta-narrative systematic review

Carol Kingdon, University of Central Lancashire, UK

13:30-14:30
​Walk around, lunch, viewing posters with annoucement of poster prizes​

14:30-15:35

​Parallel Session 4C

Chair: Mary Ray, UK

14:35-14:50

​O-096 The use of CSF urea level in investigation of sudden infant and child death

Melanie Joy Newbould, Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, UK

14:50-15:05

​O-097 Comparison of oxygen saturation values recorded from ex-preterm and term infants using newer generation pulse oximeters

Cliodhna Godden, Princess Royal Maternity Hospital, UK

​15:05-15:20

O-098 Young Mothers: Their perceptions of risk for SIDS and associated infant-care practices 

Catherine Ellis, University of Warwick, UK

15:20-15:35

O-099 Reducing Sudden Unexplained Death in Infants in NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde: An Information Pathway for Staff

Lesley Nish, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde, UK

14:30-20:00
Free Afternoon, sightseeing for international delegates OR Option to stay for local delegates

​Time:

Room 1

12:05-12:25

​Parallel Session 3D 

Chair: Peter John Fleming, UK

12:10-12:25

​O-058 Factors Associated with Maternal Choice to Roomshare, Not Bedshare

Ann Lenox Kellams, University of Virginia, USA

12:25-12:40

O-076 Profile of Sudden Unexpected Deaths in Childhood (SUDC): the OASIS study 2016-2017

Peter John Fleming, University of Bristol, UK

12:40-12:55

O-077 Can a self-assessment method of impact and evaluation in bereavement support be useful in understanding and supporting families bereaved by SIDS?

Jennifer Ward, The Lullaby Trust, UK

​12:55-13:10

​O-078 The role of Sodium Channels in Sudden Unexpected Death in Pediatrics

Anne M. Rochtus, Boston Children’s Hospital, USA; Harvard Medical School, USA

13:10-13:25

​O-079 Using peer education to support young parents to reduce the risk of SIDS

Charlene Crossandra Annon, The Lullaby Trust, UK

13:30-14:30
Walk around, lunch, viewing posters with annoucement of poster prizes​

Time:

​Room 2

14:30-15:45

​Parallel Session 3E 

Chair: Susannah Hopkins Leisher, USA

14:30-15:15

W-003  WORKSHOP

Preventing stillbirth; best practice in identifying and managing women with risk factors as part of routine antenatal care                      

Vicki Flenady, Glenn Gardener, Alexander Heazell and Jane Norman

15:15-15:30

O-080 Development of a bundle of care to reduce stillbirths in Australia; a survey of Australian maternity hospitals

Vicki Flenady, The University of Queensland, Australia

​Time:

​Room 3

12:05-13:30

​Parallel Session 3F 

Chair: Marta C Cohen, UK

12:10-13:10

​TP-001  THEMED PANEL

What can the placenta tell us about stillbirth?

Irene Scheimberg, Margaret Evans, Gitta Turowski and Dimitrios Siassakos

13:10-13:25

​O-081 Introduction of the water method for preservation of the deceased fetus

Ilona KF Tiemens-van Putten, GGZ Rivierduinen, The Netherlands

14:30-17:00​

​Parent Activity

Shattered by Lisa Nicoll

Meeting Time: 14:30

14:30-20:00
Free Afternoon, sightseeing for international delegates OR Option to stay for local delegates

​Time:

​Room 4/5

12:05-13:30

​Parallel Session 3G

Chair: Alan D Cameron, UK

12:10-12:25

O-082 Environmental Tobacco Smoke Exposure is Associated with Increased Late Stillbirth: Findings from the Collaborative Individual Participant data (IPD) Sleep and Stillbirth (Cribss) Meta-Analysis

Lesley E M McCowan , University of Auckland, New Zealand

​12:25-12:40

​O-083 Determinants of antepartum and intrapartum stillbirths in a large population-based assessment of births in the Indian state of Bihar

Rakhi Dandona, Public Health Foundation of India, India; University of Washington, USA

12:40-12:55

O-084 Monitoring stillbirths in NHS Trusts and Health Boards across the UK

Ridhi Agarwal, University of Leicester, UK

​12:55-13:10

O-053 Evaluation of Stillbirth Rates following Implementation of NHS England’s Saving Babies’ Lives Care Bundle by Maternity Services in England

Alexander EP Heazell, University of Manchester, St Mary’s Hospital, UK

13:10-13:25

O-086 Improving parents’ experiences of care and support following stillbirth: a review of reviews

Alison Mcfadden, University of Dundee, UK

13:30-14:30

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

14:30-15:30

​Parallel Session 4F

Chair: Claire Storey, UK

​​14:30-15:30

W-005  WORKSHOP

Post-Mortem Authorisation – Parent to Parent

Nicola Welsh, Kate George and Margaret Evans, SANDS-Lothians, UK

14:30-20:00
Free Afternoon, sightseeing for international delegates OR Option to stay for local delegates

Time:

Room 6/7

12:05-13:30

​Parallel Session 3H

Chair: Rosemary S C Horne, Australia

​12:10-12:25

O-087 Application of an Algorithm for Sudden Unexpected Infant Death Classification

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

​12:25-12:40

​O-088 Aerodynamic Parameters Governing Carbon Dioxide Rebreathing in Infants

David Greenblatt, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel

12:40-12:55

O-089 May unfavorable gene polymorphisms induce ineffective autoresuscitation, hypoxia and brain edema in SIDS?

Siri Hauge Opdal, Oslo Universtiy Hospital, Norway

12:55-13:10

​O-090 Genetics of Sudden Unexpected Death in Pediatrics  

Ingrid A Holm, Robert's Program on Sudden Death in Pediatrics, Division of Genetics and Genomics, USA; Boston Children's Hospital, USA; Harvard Medical, USA

13:10-13:25

O-091 Comparison of the longitudinal effects of persistent periodic breathing and apnoea on cerebral oxygenation in term and preterm-born infants

Rosemary S C Horne, Monash University, Australia

13:30-14:30
Walk around, lunch, viewing posters with annoucement of poster prizes​



Time:​

 ​Auditorium ABC​

​09:00-10:40

​Plenary Session 7 - Prediction and Prevention 

Chair: Rosemary S C Horne, Australia

Co-Chair: Jane Norman, UK

​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

​Screening for fetal growth restriction: the future

Gordon Smith, Cambridge University, UK​

09:40-10:00

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

Jane Sandall, Kings College London, UK​

10:00-10:25

​Questions

​10:25-10:40
Break/Exhibitors/Posters
10:40-13:00

Parallel Session 5A 

Chair: Alan D Cameron, UK

10:45-11:00

O-102 Maternal going-to-sleep position, interactions with indicators of fetal vulnerability and the risk of late stillbirth: the collaborative individual participant data (IPD) sleep and stillbirth (CRIBSS) meta-analysis

Robin Sarah Cronin, University of Auckland, New Zealand

11:00-11:15

O-100 The risk of late stillbirth and population attributable risk associated with small for gestational age birth according to customised and Intergrowth 21 (IG-21) birthweight centiles

Lesley M E Mccowan, University of Auckland, New Zealand

11:15-11:30

O-101 Altered fetal movements during pregnancy: How can we best educate women about getting to know their baby?

Claire Sheryn Foord, Still Aware, Australia

11:30-11:45

O-103 National consensus and pilot of parental engagement in the perinatal mortality review process (The PARENTS 2 Study)

Danya Bakhbakhi, University of Bristol,  UK; North Bristol NHS Trust, UK

11:45-12:00

​O-104 My Baby’s Movements: Women’s experiences of a mobile phone application aimed at reducing stillbirth by increasing awareness of fetal movements in pregnancy.

Glenn Gardener, The University of Queensland, Australia

12:00-13:00

​TP-002 THEMED PANEL

Quality Improvement to save lives: One baby at a time

Bernadette Mcculloch, Cheryl Clark, Angela Cunningham, Colin Peters,  Maternity & Children Quality Improvement Collaborative, Scottish Patient Safety Programme, Healthcare Improvement Scotland, UK

​13:00-14:00
Lunch/Exhibitors/Posters

14:00-15:15

​Plenary Session - 8 Innovation

Chair: Alexander E P Heazell, UK

Co-Chair: Carrie K Shapiro-Mendoza, USA

14:00-14:20
​New Ways of Communicating Safe Sleep Messages: Results 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 pregnant women

David Tappin, University of Glasgow, UK
15:00-15:15​Questions
15:15-15:35
Break/Exhibitors/Posters
15:35-17:00

Parallel Session 6A

Chair: Rosemary S C Horne, Australia

​15:35-15:50

O-141 Stillbirth and Dual Prenatal Exposure to Alcohol and Cigarettes: Report of the Safe Passage Study

Hein J Odendaal, Stellenbosch University, South Africa

15:50-16:05​

O-140 Combined Prenatal Alcohol and Smoking Increases the Risk for SIDS: Report of the Safe Passage Study

Robin L Haynes, Boston Children's Hospital, USA

16:05-16:20​

O-142  Stillbirths preceded by reduced fetal movements are more frequently associated with placental insufficiency

Madeleine Georgette ter Kuile, University of Manchester, UK

16:20-1​6:35

Using Investigations after Perinatal Death to Inform Care in Future Pregnancies

Alexander E P Heazell, University of Manchester, UK  

16:35-16:50

O-132 Australian Maternity care providers knowledge and messaging regarding supine sleep position

Jane Warland, University of South Australia, Australia

17:00-17:30

​Closing Ceremony, Awards and Annoucement of 2020 by ISPID and ISA Chairs.

​Time:

​Level 1 Auditorium

10:40-13:00​

Parallel session 5B        

Pathology Symposium     

Sponsored by SIDS International and American SIDS Institude

Chairmen: Roger Byard, Australia and Betty McEntire, USA

Moderator: Betty McEntire, USA

10:45-11:00​

Introductions & Why Pathology is Important

Betty McEntire, American SIDS Institute, USA​

11:00-11:20​

Neuropathology and SUID

Rita Machaalani, The University of Sydney, Australia

​11:20-11:25

​ Questions

11:25-11:45​

Genetics and SUID

Torleiv Rognum, Norway

11:45-11:50

Questions​

11:50-12:10​

Pathology of Co-Sleeping Infant Deaths

Roger Byard, University of Adelaide, Australia​

12:10-12:15​

Questions​​

12:15-13:00

Panel Discussion

Rick Goldstein, Marta C Cohen-UK, Rita Machaalani-Australia, Roger Byard-Australia, Torleiv Rognum-Norway​

13:00-14:00​

Lunch/Exhibitors/Posters

15:35-17:00

​Parallel Session 6B

Chair: Tom Tuner, UK

​15:35-15:50

​O-143 Infant Mortality and Prenatal Care in the US

Urszula Chajewska, Microsoft, USA

15:50-16:05

​16:0516:20

​O-145  Making safe sleeping practical and achievable for all parents: implications for recommendations that relate to shared sleep environments

Jeanine Young, University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia; Queensland Paediatric Quality Council, Australia

​16:20-16:35

​O-146 The English Joint Agency Response unexpected child deaths: parents’ experience and the quality of investigations

Peter John Fleming, University of Bristol, UK

16:35-16:50

​O-147 Economic evaluation of the ‘Baby Box’ intervention in preventing sudden infant death syndrome in Alberta

Delshani Yasodara Peiris, Cumming School of Medicine, Canada

​Time:

​Room 1

10:40-13:00​

Parallel Session 5C​

Chair: Claire Storey, UK

10:40-11:45​

​Expecting Sunshine Documentary Film Screening

Alexis Marie Chute, University of Alberta, Canada; Lesley University, USA

11:45-13:00

​Parent Activity

Mindfulness in times of difficulty, an introduction

Angie Cameron

13:00-14:00
Lunch/Exhibitors/Posters

15:35-17:00​

​Parallel session 6C

Chair: Mary Ray

15:35-15:50

​O-148 Intermittent hypoxia during conditions related to an increased risk for SIDS/SUDI

Henning Wulbrand, The Eppendorf Center for Child Neurology, Germany

15:50-16:05

​O-149 Cultivating Community Collaborations

Judith A Bannon, Cribs for Kids, USA

16:05-16:20

​O-150 Maternal Sleep Practices and Stillbirth: Findings from an International Case-Control Study

Louise M O Brien, Sleep Disorders Center, Michigan Medicine, USA

​16:20-16:35

​O-151  SUID prevention strategies in France

Inge Harrewijn,  Montpellier University Hospital,France

​Time:

​Room 2

​10:40-13:00

​Parallel Session 5D

Chair: Margaret M Murphy, Ireland

10:45-11:00

​O-105 Re-assessing Services Provided for Bereaved SIDS Parents: Professional and Parental Perspectives

Jeri E Wilson, San Diego Guild for Infant Survival, USA

​11:00-11:15

​O-106 Changing through pain – stories about posttraumatic growth

Trine Giving Kalstad, Norwegian SIDS and Stillbirth Society (LUB), Norway

​11:15-11:30

​O-107 Analysis of fifty YouTube videos in memory of stillbirth children. The new role of social websites as public virtual cemeteries

Livia Sani, University of Strasbourg, France

11:30-11:45​

​O-108 This isn’t a miscarriage: A qualitative interview study to understand parents’ experiences of losing a baby between 20 and 24 weeks in the UK

Lucy K Smith, University of Leicester, UK; Lisa Hinton, University of Oxford, UK

​11:45-12:00

​O-109 Deciding on pregnancy after loss and hoping for a born alive baby: the experiences of couples in pregnancy after stillbirth

Margaret M Murphy, University College Cork, Ireland; Cork University Maternity Hospital, Ireland; International Stillbirth Alliance

12:00-12:15

​O-110 How to support parents after stillbirth – systematic literature review

Anna Liisa Aho, University of Tampere, Finland

12:15-12:30​

​O-111 The Pregnancy After Loss Journey

Alexis Marie Chute, University of Alberta, Canada; Lesley University, USA

12:30-12:45

​O-112 Returning to work while grieving

Trine Giving Kalstad, Norwegian SIDS and Stillbirth Society (LUB),  Norway

13:00-14:00
Lunch/Exhibitors/Posters

15:35-16:35

​Parallel session 6D

Chair: Jillian Cassidy, UK

15:35-16:35

​TP-003 THEMED PANEL

What can the autopsy tell us about stillbirth?

Marta C Cohen, Debra S Heller and Rebecca Baergen, University of Sheffield, UK

​Time:

​Room 3

10:40-13:00

​Parallel Session 5E

Chair: Adrienne Gordon, UK

​10:45-11:00

​O-113 Comprehensive review of the evidence regarding the effectiveness of community–based primary health care in improving maternal health to reduce stillbirths

Emma Sacks, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, USA

​11:00-11:15

​O-114 Analysing antenatal care pathways prior to stillbirth: A pilot study exploring the antenatal care experiences of bereaved mothers in Australia

Danielle Pollock, University of South Australia, Australia

11:15-11:30

​O-115 Can A Previous Stillbirth Always Be A Predictor For Future Stillbirth ? – A Retrospective Study

Sparsha Agrawal, Delhi University, India

11:30-11:45

​O-116 Reducing Risks of Stillbirth (SB) and Other Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes Among African Americans (AAs) Using Evidence-Based, Simple, Safe, Available and Actionable Personal Behavioral Life Course, Life Style, and “Self-Care” Oriented Information

James A Mcgregor, California Hospital Medical Center, USA

11:45-12:00

O-117 So you want to improve your care of the woman who has had a pregnancy loss? Education in Perinatal Bereavement for Clinical Staff in the Republic of Ireland

Karen Mcnamara, Cork University, UK; The Irish Centre for Fetal and Neonatal Translational Research (INFANT), University College Cork, UK

12:00-12:15

​O-118 Maternal Obesity and Sociodemographic Risks for Late Stillbirth: Findings from the Collaborative Individual Participant data (IPD) Sleep and Stillbirth (Cribss) Meta-Analysis

Adrienne Gordon, University of Sydney, Australia

12:15-12:30

​O-119 Trends on Late term Stillbirth in the US

Sushama Murthy, Microsoft Corporation, USA

​12:30-12:45

​O-120 Measuring the silence: development and validation of the Stillbirth Stigma Scale

Danielle Pollock, University of South Australia, Australia

​12:45-13:00

​O-121 Genetic investigation of fetuses before and after intrauterine fetal death – A retrospective single-center cohort study

Dana Muin, Medical University of Vienna, Austria; The University of Manchester, UK

13:00-14:00
Lunch/Exhibitors/Posters

15:35-17:00

​Parallel Session 6E

Chair: Peter S Blair, UK

15:35-15:50

​O-153 Safer sleep advice: what parents and professionals want to know

Lucy Anne Lyus, The Lullaby Trust, UK

​15:50-16:05

​O-154 Steps to turn SUDI into a public health problem in a developing country: the Colombian experience

Maria Luisa Latorre, Juan N Corpas University Foundation, Colombia

​16:05-16:20

​O-155 Impact of training on a safe sleep toolkit on quality of provider and caregiver discussion

Stephanie Kuhlmann, University of Kansas School of Medicine, USA

16:20-16:35

​O-156 Charlie's Kids and the Intercept of Safe Sleep Education and Childhood Literacy: An Effective Approach for Timely Messaging

Samuel Hanke, Charlie's Kids Foundation, USA; Cincinnati Children's Hospital, USA

​16:35-16:50

​O-157 Sudden Unexpected Infant Death in Mexico 2016

Gonzalo Arroyo Diaz, University of Guanajuato, Mexico

​Time:

​Room 4/5

10:40-13:00

​Parallel Session 5F

Chair: Francine Louden Bates, UK

10:45-11:00

​O-122 Managing families with recurrent SIDS: international collaboration, new diagnoses and ethical challenges

Joanna Garstang, Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Trust, UK; Warwick Medical School, UK

11:00-11:15

​O-123 Research priorities in sudden infant death: using the international consensus

Francine Loudon Bates, The Lullaby Trust, UK

11:15-11:30


11:30-11:45

​O-125 State Variations in Sudden Unexpected Infant Death Codes

Richard Johnston, Microsoft Corporation, USA

11:45-12:00

​O-126 Safe Sleep campaign in health center waiting rooms

Allegra Bonomi, Semi per la SIDS Onlus, Italy

​12:00-12:15

​O-127 The social determinants of health for Indigenous peoples and “Triple-Risk Model” for SIDS: a socio-ecological health perspective for safe sleep education

Delshani Yasodara Peiris, Cumming School of Medicine, Canada; University of Calgary, Canada

12:15-12:30

​O-128 Immunization status and occurrence of Sudden Unexpected Infant Death (SUID)

Karine Levieux, Nantes University Hospital, France

12:30-12:45

​O-129 Infections and sudden unexpected infant death: a cohort study in France

Floriane Ducert, Aix-Marseille University, France

12:45-13:00

O-130 The impact of implementing a sudden infant death syndrome education package in Jordan

Shereen Hamadneh, Al-alBayt University, Jordan

13:00-14:00

Lunch/Exhibitors/Posters

15:35-17:00

​Parallel Session 6F

Chair: Glenn Gardener, UK

15:35-15:50

O-158 Development of a standardised approach to classification of stillbirth and neonatal death in data-rich settings: The Cork Classification Consensus 2017 and Glasgow 2018 Progress

Jessica Sexton,  The University of Queensland (MRI-UQ), Australia

​15:50-16:05

​O-159 Identifying subgroups of women most at risk of stillbirth in England using Latent Class Analysis

Ruth J Matthews, University of Leicester, UK

16:05-16:20

​O-160 Pathways of association between first trimester haemoglobin concentration and risk of stillbirth: a path-analysis of data from a multi-ethnic maternity population in England, suggesting possible new areas for investigation

David Churchill, The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust, New Cross Hospital, UK

​16:20-16:35

​O-161 Prenatal-onset Group B Strep (POGBS) Sepsis Is a Distinct Cause of Perinatal Mortality/Morbidity

James A. McGregor, Group B Strep International, USA

​16:35-16:50

​O-162 Pre-Discharge Screening Trans-Cutaneous Bilirubinometry in Newborns in Rooming-in

Cesar Ivan Garcia Gonzalez, University of Guanajuato, Mexico

​Time:

​Room 6/7

10:40-13:00

​Parallel Session 5G

Chair: Tom Turner, UK

10:45-11:00

​O-131 Straight Talk for Safe Infant Sleep

Barbara Ann Himes, First Candle, USA

11:00-11:15


11:15-11:30

O-133 Safer Sleep Week: a national SIDS awareness-raising campaign

Lucy Anne Lyus, The Lullaby Trust, UK

11:30-11:45

​O-134 Impact of a Safe Sleep Intervention on Mothers Falling Asleep While Feeding

Ann Lenox Kellams, University of Virginia, USA

11:45-12:00

​O-135 Three cases of life-threatening positional asphyxia

Alessandro Vigo, Regina Margherita Children Hospital, Italy

12:00-12:15

​O-136 Conversations about safe sleep: perspectives from mothers and health professionals

Anna S Pease,  University of Bristol, UK

​12:15-12:30

​O-137 The Dutch 11th safe sleeping survey; factors with a potential risk for suffocation

Monique Pauline Lhoir, Wageningen University & Research, The Netherlands

12:30-12:45

​O-138 An Evaluation of the Cribs for Kids® Model: Ten Year Review of Outcomes for Pack ‘N Play Use and Safe Sleep

Michael Howard Goodstein, York Hospital, USA

12:45-13:00

​O-139 Leveraging the Safe Sleep Instructor Infrastructure to Expand Community Baby Showers State-wide

Christy Schunn, Kansas Infant Death and SIDS Network, USA

13:00-14:00
Lunch/Exhibitors/Posters

15:35-17:00

Parallel Session 6G​

Chair: Barbara Ann Himes, USA

15:35-15:50

​O-163 The impact of birth and death registration in the UK on parents’ experiences of losing a baby between 20 and 24 weeks of pregnancy: A qualitative interview study

Lucy K Smith, University of Leicester, UK; Lisa Hinton, University of Oxford, UK

​​15:50-16:05

​O-164 No time to say goodbye: does medicolegal infant death investigation provide adequate care for suddenly bereaved parents?

Rebecca Ann Shipstone,  University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia

16:05-16:20

​O-165 Parents tell their stories

Dirk Gerardus Ploegmakers, VOWK, Dutch Parent Association, The Netherlands

​​16:20-16:35

​O-166 Sudden unexpected infant death - a study of the impact on intergenerational relationships

Lynsay Clair Allan, Scottish Cot Death Trust, UK