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Selected Abstracts of the 2nd Congress of joint European Neonatal Societies (jENS 2017); Venice (Italy); October 31-November 4, 2017; Session "Quality Improvement, Parents Centered Care"

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Selected Abstracts of the 2nd Congress of joint European Neonatal Societies (jENS 2017); Venice (Italy); October 31-November 4, 2017

58th ESPR Annual Meeting, 7th International Congress of UENPS, 3rd International Congress of EFCNI

ORGANIZING INSTITUTIONS
European Society for Paediatric Research (ESPR), European Society for Neonatology (ESN), Union of European Neonatal & Perinatal Societies (UENPS), European Foundation for the Care of Newborn Infants (EFCNI)

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
Luc Zimmermann (President of ESPR), Morten Breindahl (President of ESN), Manuel Sánchez Luna (President of UENPS), Silke Mader (Chairwoman of the Executive Board and Co-Founder of EFCNI)

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
Virgilio P. Carnielli (Congress President Chair), Pierre Gressens (Past Scientific President), Umberto Simeoni, Manon Benders, Neil Marlow, Ola D. Saugstad, Petra Hüppi, Agnes van den Hoogen

Session "Quality Improvement, Parents Centered Care"

ABS 1. REDUCING MEDICATION ERRORS IN NICU – A QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROJECT • D.A. Al Masri, B. Ofoegbu, L. Yahya, K. Catroon, A. Saliba, H. Ibrahim

ABS 2. PRETERM INFANTS WITH MEDICAL COM­PLEXITY: IMPACT ON HEALTH CARE RESOURCE USE, FAMILY EMPLOYMENT AND NEURODEVELOPMENTAL OUTCOMES • D. Nassel, C. Chartrand, M.-J. Doré-Bergeron, M. Ballantyne, F. Lefebvre, T.M. Luu

ABS 3. BREAST MILK DONATION IN THE MUSLIM POPULATION • S. Jebali, E. Ayachi, R. Terki Hassaine, A. Giuseppi, D. Vaiman, S. Brunet, V. Rigourd

ABS 4. CORE OUTCOMES IN NEONATOLOGY: PRELIMINARY RESULTS • J. Webbe, N. Modi, C. Gale, on behalf of the COIN Steering Group

ABS 5. A PILOT STUDY ASSESSING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A FAMILY-CENTERED CARE INTERVENTION IN PRETERM INFANTS IN CHINA • R. Zhang, R. Huang, X. Gao, X. Peng, L. Zhu, R. Ramanathan, J. Latour

ABS 6. TO DETERMINE HOW MANY MOTHERS OF PRETERM BABIES, WHO WERE DELIVERED BETWEEN 24 AND 34 WEEKS GESTATION AND WERE ADMITTED TO NEONATAL UNIT AT ST. MARY’ S HOSPITAL, DID NOT RECEIVE ANTENATAL STEROIDS • A. Arunoday, A. Manou, I. Sadasivam

ABS 7. SATISFACTION LEVEL OF PARENTS OF NICU SERVICES PROVIDED AND CONNECTION WITH THEIR EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT • E. Papamichael, E. Polycarpou, M. Talias

ABS 8. TWO YEAR NEURODEVELOPMENTAL FOLLOW UP DATA: MEETING METRICS VS DELIVERING QUALITY ASSESSMENTS • M. Parmar, F. Ceroni, S. Narayanan, N. Merchant

ABS 9. EVALUATION OF PARENTAL INFORMED CONSENT PROCEDURE IN NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT • E. van ’t Verlaat, E. de Kort, I. Reiss, M. van Weissenbruch, S. Simons

ABS 10. POSTPARTUM DEPRESSION, BONDING AND COPING STRATEGIES IN MOTHERS OF NEWBORNS ADMITTED TO THE NEONATAL UNIT • R. Porta, G. Lasheras, E. Capdevila, B. Farré-Sender, J.M. Farré

ABS 11. PARENTS’ EXPERIENCES OF ACTIVE PARTICIPATION DURING THE WARD ROUND IN A NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT • L. Börjesson, T. Stendahl

ABS 12. REDUCING THE WASTAGE OF PAEDIATRIC RED CELLS • C. Roehr, J. Staves, S. Hemmatpour, N. Mohanraj, S. Pavord

ABS 13. ACCURATE DETECTION OF CEREBRO­SPI­NAL FLUID FROM THE TIP OF INJEQ IQ-NEEDLE™ IN PEDIATRIC LUMBAR PUNCTURE – PRE­LIMINARY RESULTS OF A CLINICAL STUDY • S. Halonen, J. Kari, O. Tammela, K. Kronström, V. Eskola

ABS 14. SUPPORTING THE PEER SUPPORTER • G. Thomson, M.-C. Balaam

ABS 15. ONLINE PARENT SATISFACTION SURVEY IS REPRESENTATIVE DESPITE LOW RESPONSE • J. de Boer, M. van Dijk

ABS 16. INCIDENCE OF HYPOTHERMIA ASSOCIATED WITH BIRTH AND INTRAHOSPITAL TRANS­PORT OF NEWBORN INFANTS REQUIRING AD­MISSION TO A NICU – A QUANTITATIVE OBSERVATIONAL STUDY • V. Hansson, M. Hedin, A. Örtenstrand, M. Viberg

ABS 17. CLINICAL DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS FOR NEONATAL CARE – AN UPDATED COCHRANE SYSTEMATIC REVIEW • K.Tan, P. Dear, S. Newell

ABS 18. THERMOREGULATION AND PHYSIOLOGICAL STABILIZATION BY SKIN-TO-SKIN CONTACT AT BIRTH IN PRETERM INFANTS • A. Linnér, B. Sundberg, B. Westrup, B. Skiold

ABS 19. CONSERVATIVE TREATMENT OF IATROGENIC PERFORATIONS CAUSED BY GASTRIC TUBES IN EXTREMELY LOW BIRTH WEIGHT INFANTS – EXPERIENCE OF A SINGLE CENTER • M. Thanhaeuser, A. Repa, A. Berger, N. Haiden

ABS 20. INCREASED BREAST MILK USE REDUCED SEVERITY OF NECROTIZING ENTEROCOLITIS IN A QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROJECT IN A CHINESE NICU • Q. Zhou, SK. Lee, XJ. Hu, SJ. Lee, SY. Jiang, Y. Cao

ABS 21. SCARRED FOR LIFE? • M. Kristiansen, C.-A. Olsson Mägi

ABS 22. HOW CAN NEONATAL NURSES ENHANCE PARENT-INFANT BOND BY EMPOWERING PARENTS • M.J. Ravn, J.B. Wigdel

ABS 23. SKIN-TO-SKIN CONTACT IN EXTREMELY PRETERM NEWBORNS • H. Pavlyshyn, I. Sarapuk, O. Klishch

ABS 24. DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF AN INTEGRATED FAMILY DELIVERED NEONATAL CARE MODEL INCLUDING A PARENT SUPPORT MOBILE APP • J. Banerjee, A. Aloysius, K. Platonos, A. Deierl

ABS 25. EMPLOYING A NUTRITION NURSE IN NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT IMPROVED NUTRITION AND GROWTH OUTCOMES IN PRETERM NEONATES • O. Aydemir, A. Calik Saglik, Z. Sekili, N. Tekin

ABS 26. THE EFFECT OF BATHING AT TWO DIFFERENT TIMES ON BODY TEMPERATURE AND SKIN MOISTURE LEVEL IN NEWBORNS • D. Gözen, S. Yalnızoğlu Çaka, S. Ateş Beşirik, Y. Perk

ABS 27. MOTHER-INFANT CLOSENESS SUPPORTS THE BREASTFEEDING OF PRETERM INFANTS AT DISCHARGE • S. Raiskila, A. Axelin, L. Toome, S. Caballero, B. Tandberg, R. Montirosso, E. Normann, B. Hallberg, B. Westrup, U. Ewald, L. Lehtonen

ABS 28. THE FIRST MINUTES WHEN MY EXTREMELY PRETERM INFANT WAS BORN • C. Israelsson, F. Thorolfson

ABS 29. DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF eLEARNING EDUCATION TO SUPPORT BREASTFEEDING IN NICU • W. Higman, L. Wallace, A. Turner, S. Law, K. Blake

ABS 30. THE ROLE OF PAEDIATRIC PHYSIO-/OC­CUPATIONAL THERAPISTS IN PARENTAL EMPOWERMENT AT THE NICU • M.J.C. Eijsermans, M.J. Jongmans, C.H. Verhage, F. Jenken, J. van der Net, M.J. Benders, A. van den Hoogen

ABS 31. NEUROPROTECTIVE DEVELOPMENTAL CARE: STATE OF KNOWLEDGE AND IMPLICATIONS FOR PRACTICE • A. Lavallée, G. De Clifford-Faugère, A.N. Fernandez Oviedo, C. Garcia, M. Héon, M. Aita

ABS 32. PROSPECTIVE SURVEILLANCE OF RISK FACTORS FOR INTRACRANIAL HEMORRHAGE IN PRETERM INFANTS DECREASES THE RATE OF INTRACRANIAL HEMORRHAGE AND IMPROVES NEURODEVELOPMENTAL OUTCOME AT THE AGE OF 24 MONTHS • L. Schiefele, F. Reister, J. Essers, B. Mayer, M. Schmid, H. Hummler

ABS 33. THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CLOSE COLLABORATION WITH PARENTS TRAINING PROGRAM IN 5 NEONATAL UNITS – A QUALITATIVE STUDY • M. Toivonen, L. Lehtonen, S. Ahlqvist-Björkroth, A. Axelin

ABS 34. A USER CENTRED DESIGN APPROACH TO EVALUATE A VALIDATED INFANT PAIN MEASURE E-LEARNING MODULE • B. Stevens, S. Gibbins, M. Campbell-Yeo, C. McNair, J. Yamada, K. Dionne, S. Dinsdale, C. Johnston, A. Taddio

ABS 35. EVALUATION OF PROLONGED PAIN IN PRETERM INFANTS WITH PNEUMOTHORAX USING HRV ANALYSIS AND EDIN SCORES • M. Buyuktiryaki, N. Uras, N. Okur, M.Y. Oncel, G. Kadioglu Simsek, S. Isik, S.S. Oguz

ABS 36. NAME BANDS IN PRETERM INFANTS – WHAT IS THE NATION DOING? • A. Doerr, A. Glover, F. Emery

ABS 37. DELIVERING EVIDENCE-BASED INFORMATION AT THE POINT OF CARE • A. Dunlop, L. Osborne, P. Satodia

ABS 38. COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF TRANSCUTANEOUS BILIRUBIN (TcB) MONITORING IN A GROWING HEALTH ECONOMY • L. Mohammed, B.N. Ofoegbu

ABS 39. IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF DISCHARGE IN BABIES WITH DOWN SYNDROME • C.M. Moore, S.M. Eldaw, M. McCormack, J.J. Fitzsimons

ABS 40. CLOSE COLLABORATION WITH PARENTS™ IN­TER­VENTION PREVENTS PROLONGED MATER­NAL POSTPARTUM DEPRESSIVE SYMP­TOMS • S. Ahlqvist-Björkroth1, A. Axelin, R. Korja, M. Huhtala, L. Lehtonen

ABS 41. NOISE IN THE NICU. INTRODUCING A NOISE REDUCTION POLICY TO SOUTHMEAD NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT: PRIMARY RESULTS FROM A 3 MONTH SERVICE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT • J. Hawksley, E. Helliwell, F. Emery

ABS 42. IS BREAST MILK ODOR APPROPRIATE TO MANAGE PAIN IN PRETERM NEONATES? • G. De Clifford-Faugère, A. Lavallée, M. Aita

ABS 43. REDUCING UNNECESSARY BLOOD SAMPLING IN NEONATAL UNIT – A QUALITY IMPROVEMENT INITIATIVE • H. McDermott, A. Smith, P. Nath

ABS 44. ALARM VISIBILITY AND INFUSION CONTINUITY: ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE AND TECHNOLOGY ASSISTANCE • M. Bastanie, H. Blom, L. Mahieu, M. Meeus, S. Laroche, D. VanLaere, M. Voeten, V. Demeulemeester, R. Vermeulen, A. Mulder

ABS 45. NOT A MONITORING PROBE LESION • A. Olariu, S. Nallagonda, J. Egyepong

ABS 46. QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROJECT: TOWARDS NEONATAL MANAGEMENT OF PREGNANCIES COMPLICATED BY POLYHYDRAMNIOS • R. Mardare, A. Olariu, M. Noureldein, J. Egyepong

ABS 47. SITUATIONAL FAMILY INTERACTION • N. Betzelos, J. Nilsson, J. Högström, M. Corrias, S. Lilliesköld, M. Norman, K. Bohlin

ABS 48. EARLY DISCHARGE OF PREMATURE INFANTS < 36 WEEKS GESTATIONAL AGE WITH NASOGASTRIC TUBE FEEDING, NEW STANDARD OF CARE? • F.S. van Kampen, A.C. de Mol, J.P. Korstanje, F. Maingay-de Groof, L. van Meurs-Asseler, H.G. Stas, R. Willemsen, G.M.S.J. Stoelhorst; on behalf of Nutrisociety

ABS 49. NIoSIM: NORTHERN IRELAND SIMULATION AND HUMAN FACTOR TRAINING • R. Little, C. Anderson, M. O’Dowd, R. Tubman

ABS 50. MILK ANALYSIS USING MILK ANALYZERS IN A STANDARDIZED SETTING (MAMAS) STUDY • G. Fusch, C. Kwan, N. Rochow, M. Belfort, J. Festival, A. Hair, J.-M. Hascoet, T. Kuehn, MIRIS, M. Nelle, D. O’Connor, G. Pelligra, B. Poindexter, B. Urlesberger, A. Wesolowska, C. Fusch

ABS 51. KANGAROO FAMILIES – THE MEANING OF SOUND ENVIRONMENT FOR THE DE­VELOPMENT OF PREMATURELY BORN IN­FANTS • K. Kostilainen, K. Mikkola, E. Partanen, S. Pakarinen, M. Huotilainen, V. Fellman

ABS 52. A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF THE EF­FEC­TIVENESS OF INTERVENTIONS DURING NICU HOSPITALIZATION ON THE SHORT-TERM NEURODEVELOPMENT OF PRETERM INFANTS • M. Aita, R. Stremler, N. Feeley, A. Lavallée, G. De Clifford-Faugère

ABS 53. THE IMPACT OF LUNG ULTRASOUND IN THE REDUCTION OF RADIATION EXPOSURE IN NICU • C. Barone, L. Balestriere, A. Faiella, G. Montesano, B. Orsini, I. Perrotta, D. Riccardi, V. Roseto, I. Rotta, F. Toro, M. Napolitano

ABS 54. FAST AND METICULOUS: IMPROVING QUALI­TY OF NEONATAL RESUSCITATION DOCUMEN­TA­TION • M. Karam, N. Merchant, A. Sierra, S. Narayanan

ABS 55. SAFETY CULTURE ASSESSMENT IN A NEONATAL UNIT FOLLOWING A PLAN TO IMPROVE PATIENT SAFETY • M. Arriaga-Redondo, A. Rodriguez-Sanchez de la Blanca, E. Sanz-Lopez, A. Diaz-Redondo, R. Gregorio-Hernandez, P. Chimenti-Camacho, M. Sanchez-Luna

ABS 56. SHORT AND LONG TERM OUTCOMES RELATED TO UMBILICAL VENOUS CATHETER PLACEMENT IN PRETERM INFANTS • L. Arques, R. del Rio, C. Balcells, E. Inarejos, V. Aldecoa-Bilbao, I. Iglesias-Platas

ABS 57. ACHIEVING NORMOTHERMIA IN INFANTS ADMITTED TO THE NEONATOLOGY DE­PARTMENT – A QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROJ­ECT AT THE KAROLINSKA UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL • K. Jonsson, A. Gudmundsdottir, A. Chakhunashvili, A.-S. Ingman, C. Branvik-Ingelsson, E. Wilson, I. Edqvist, M. Viberg, B. Hallberg, M. Breindahl

ABS 58. PERSONALITY TRAITS AND STYLES OF COPING WITH STRESS AMONG MIDWIVES • B. Zych, W. Blaz, M. Muster, M. Mazur-Magoła, G. Raba

ABS 59. EVALUATING MATERNAL CLOSENESS AND SEPARATION IN NICU. GUIDELINES FOR THE CREATION OF PERINATAL CENTERS • A. Karkani, K. Konstadinidi, M. Theodoraki, S. Gancheva, M. Papadopoulou

ABS 60. CURRENT PARENT FEEDBACK RESPONSE RATES AND FEEDBACK METHODS IN NEONATAL TRANSPORT SERVICE ACROSS THE UK • P. Bhat, D. Winderbank-Scott, C. Garland, L. Watts, C. Leach, A. Frame, G. Bullimore, C. Lawn

ABS 61. ENHANCING NEONATAL AND PARENTAL OUTCOMES THROUGH THE OPTIMIZATION OF EVIDENCE-BASED NURSING PRACTICES • M. Aita, S. Semenic, N. Feeley, L. Haiek, M. Héon, A. Larone Juneau, K. Levasseur, G. Roch, L. Talbot


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2nd Congress of joint European Neonatal Societies; jENS 2017; Venice; 2017; Session “Quality Improvement, Parents Centered Care”

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