Upcoming Events

Virtual 

Date: 20th April 2021
Time: 6 pm 
Topic: Management of Neonatal Hypoglycaemia, and Does it Matter? 
Presenter: Professor Jane Harding,  Liggins Institute, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand.

Presentation Overview: Low glucose levels in babies (neonatal hypoglycaemia) are common, and can cause brain injury, but the severity and duration of hypoglycaemia that causes injury is unknown.  Despite this, screening babies at risk and treating those with hypoglycaemia is generally recommended. We will review the pathophysiology of neonatal hypoglycaemia, and the evidence, or lack thereof, for best practice in diagnosis, prevention and treatment. 

Cost: Free for members; $20 for non-ACNN members.
Registration: please register to receive zoom logon details (these will be sent within 2 days of the event). Registration closes 2 hours before the event. 


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Past Presentations

12th March 2021
Topic: Lung Ultrasound
Presenter:
Dr Arun Sett, Neonatal fellow MBBS (Hons), CCPU (Neonatal) , The Royal Children’s Hospital, Victoria. Arun is a Victorian trained neonatologist currently working for PIPER and Joan Kirner's Women's and Children's Hospital. Arun has completed ultrasound training through the Australian Society of Ultrasound in Medicine and has a keen interest in the use of point of care lung ultrasound in the respiratory management in NICU".

8 December 2020 
Topic: How much should we listen to parents?
Presenter: Dr Susan Ireland - Born and brought up in Zimbabwe where she worked in a poor resource setting where extremely preterm babies were not offered intensive care at all. Currently a neonatologist in Townsville and has just finished her PHD on exploring how decisions are made to offer intensive care to periviable neonates at Townsville University Hospital.

Past NNP Led Workshops

  • Workshop, March 2021, The Constance Function Rooms, Brisbane. PROGRAM
  • Metabolic workshop, August 2019, Royal Brisbane & Women's Hospital. 
  • Ventilation workshop, November 2018, ​Royal Women’s Hospital, Melbourne. 

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Updated 14 February  2021