Coughs and colds affect us all, but for babies born preterm it can be more serious. Why are preterm infants at greater risk and how can we decrease this risk? AND how can we support families to feel less anxious not only taking their baby home from the NICU but also in the first couple of years? - for parents and HCP.
October 27th - 12pm
Dr. THEO MORAES
BPD – Respiratory Issues After the NICU
This talk will briefly touch on the determinants of BPD and the factors that contribute to respiratory morbidity both in the NICU and after discharge from the unit. Expectations for long term respiratory health in the premature infant will be discussed. - for parents and HCP.
October 27th - 1:20pm
October 28th - 12pm
Dr. BOSCO PAES
Burden of RSV Illness in healthy premature babies
The presentation will focus on the impact of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) infection on healthy, preterm infants ≤ 35 weeks gestational age without comorbidities such as bronchopulmonary dysplasia, congenital heart disease and pre-existing medical conditions. - for HCP.
October 27th, 2020
October 28th, 2020
October 29th, 2020
October 29th - 12pm
October 29th - 12:55pm
Risks and Fears of Working During the Pandemic.
Coming soon - for HCP.
October 30th - 12pm
DR. PAIGE CHURCH
BOOST Program - Sunnybrook Hospital
Coming soon - For Parents and HCP.
October 30th, 2020
October 26th -12:55pm
Dr. MICHAEL NARVEY
COVID-19 : Canadian Update
Delivery room care, life in the NICU and breastfeed recommendations during the pandemic. - for HCP.
October 27th - 12:40pm
Breastfeeding and RSV
Coming soon - for Parents and HCP.
October 28th - 12:55pm
Report Results & importance of education for parents
CPBF preterm parent survey was conducted to evaluate parental knowledge of RSV and other respiratory illnesses affecting premature babies. This data and parent recommendations to enhance their education and support will be shared with healthcare professionals. - for HCP.
October 29th - 1:35pm
Parent experience in the NICU during COVID
October 30th - 12:40pm
Preemies and School: a Parent/Teacher Perspective
Rebecca Pearce will discuss her observations and insights about preemies and the school environment from a teacher/preemie mother/educational researcher point of view. - for parents and HCP.