EBN Pre-Congress Courses

At the European Academy of Paediatric Societies' Congress (EAPS 2020), Virtual Congress

Are you interested to learn abouts (non-invasive) haemodynamic monitoring technologies and discuss their use to provide individualised, pathophysiology-based management in neonatal care? Or would you like to expand your knowledge on optimal drug therapy in newborns and children?

The European Board of Neonatology (EBN) offers a full day pre-congress course at the virtual European Academy of Paediatric Societies' Congress (EAPS 2020) on 15 October 2020.

For the EBN pre-congress courses leading international experts in their respective fields join forces to provide you with the latest knowledge on research and its application in an interactive environment.

  • Eligibility

    EBN teaching courses are open to any medical professional who supports the aims of the European Society for Paediatric Research (ESPR).

    Participants of the EBN courses do not need to register for the entire EAPS Congress. Please note that registration for the EBN courses alone does not constitute a registration for EAPS 2020.

    As spaces are limited, course registration works on a 'first come, first serve basis'. It will close once 50 participants have been reached.

  • Teaching programme

    We are in the process of updating the courses to a webinar format. The dates for the EBN pre-congress courses will be updated within the next few days.

    Day 1: Thursday, 15 October 2020 – Optimal Drug Therapy in Newborns and Children

    Confirmed faculty: Karel Allegaert (Leuven, Belgium); John van den Anker (Washington DC, United States); Axel Franz (Tübingen, Germany); Sinno Simons (Rotterdam, the Netherlands); Pieter de Cock (Ghent, Belgium); Robert Flint (Rotterdam, the Netherlands); Anne Smits (Leuven, Belgium)

    Click here to view the full programme.

    Day 2: Friday, 16 October 2020 – Neonatal Haemodynamics

    Confirmed faculty: Afif El-Khuffash (Dublin, Ireland); Eirik Nestaas (Oslo, Norway); Mayka Bravo (Madrid, Spain); Aisling Mary Smith (Dublin, Ireland); Elisabeth Kooi (Groningen, The Netherlands); Willem de Boode (Nijmegen, The Netherland).

    Click here to view the full programme.

Contact and comments
For further information about the EBN or in case you may have comments, please send an email to office@espr.eu.