Programme

Europaediatrics 2019 is a leading European platform with a range of senior paediatric keynote speakers and satellite sessions.

Programme at a glance

 

Meet the Expert Mini Reviews

Please download this PDF with supporting documentation for the 'Meet the Expert' sessions taking place at the Europaediatrics Congress. If you would like a printed version, these can be collected from the Reception Desks in the main Reception of the Congress building.

Meet the Expert Mini Review


To plan your time at the Congress, please review our keynote speaker profiles and the scientific programme detailed below.

Keynote Speaker Profiles

 

14:04
Liffey Hall 2
Session starts at 13:45
EUR1.3
Session 1: Challenges in Training and Career Choice - Western Europe
Sarah Lewis (Limerick, Ireland)

13 June 2019
16:00 - 17:30 
Oral Communications 2
General Paediatrics 2
Liffey Hall 1
Michael O'Neill (Mayo, Ireland) & Sarah Lewis (Limerick, Ireland)
16:00
Liffey Hall 1
Session starts at 16:00
OC10
‘I have a dead person’s kidney in me’: the struggles of self-identity among adolescent kidney recipients in Ireland
Colleen O'Neill (Dublin, Ireland)

16:10
Liffey Hall 1
Session starts at 16:00
OC11
Current breast feeding practices and factors affecting the Al-Baha region, Saudi Arabia (pre & post – intervention)
Mahmoud Rashad Salwa Rashad (Al Baha, Saudi Arabia)

16:20
Liffey Hall 1
Session starts at 16:00
OC12
Association between depression and cardiometabolic risk factors in overweight and obese Turkish adolescents
Aslı Okbay Güneş (Istanbul, Turkey)

16:30
Liffey Hall 1
Session starts at 16:00
OC13
Sydenham’s chorea - a rare condition?
Jaya Mallika Pulla (Wakefield, UK)

16:40
Liffey Hall 1
Session starts at 16:00
OC14
Outcomes for children receiving noninvasive ventilation as the first-line mode of mechanical ventilation at intensive care admission on Vinnitsa Region Children Hospital: a propensity score-matched cohort study
Oleksandr Katilov (Vinnitsa, Ukraine)

16:50
Liffey Hall 1
Session starts at 16:00
OC15
Paediatric mild traumatic brain injury is associated with systemic inflammasome activation and pubertal scoring
Emer Ryan (Dublin, Ireland)

17:00
Liffey Hall 1
Session starts at 16:00
OC16
Fever as risk factor of complication in children hospitalized due to RSV infection
Małgorzata Czajkowska (Warsaw, Poland)

17:10
Liffey Hall 1
Session starts at 16:00
OC19
Changing the safety paradigm - bringing situation awareness to the fore
Peter Lachman (London, United Kingdom)

17:20
Liffey Hall 1
Session starts at 16:00
OC18
A novel standardised protocol for post operative antibiotic use in appendicits RBHSC study results at six months
David Colvin (Belfast, UK)