Programme

Europaediatrics 2019 was the leading European platform for Paediatricians with a range of senior paediatric keynote speakers and satellite sessions.

Programme at a glance

 


To review the Congress, please see the 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)