Skip to content
This website uses cookies to help us understand the way visitors use our website. We can't identify you with them and we don't share the data with anyone else. If you click Reject we will set a single cookie to remember your preference. Find out more in our privacy policy.
November
25
2020

Pan London Optimisation of the Newborn Patient Safety Network event

25 November 2020, 1pm | ONLINE event
Join our virtual event which aims to share learning and approaches that will increase and improve in utero transfers for babies >27 weeks' gestation in London.

The event will continue the work we have been supporting to improve the optimisation and stabilisation of the very preterm infant (<27 weeks’ gestation) with a focus on In Utero Transfer (IUT).

In utero transfers are required when pregnant women are likely to deliver a baby who requires expertise not available at the local neonatal unit; or when pregnant women have illness in pregnancy requiring expertise not available at the local maternity unit.

Our virtual event aims to share learning and approaches that will increase and improve in utero transfers for babies >27 weeks’ gestation in London.

Speakers

Dr Manju Chandiramani (NHSE London IUT Guidance Implementation Maternity Lead) and Dr Nandiran Ratnavel (London Transfer Service, Clinical Lead)) who will be discussing the successes and challenges of implementing In Utero Guideline and the importance of predictive testing.

Alan Hay (Head of Emergency Bed Service, London Ambulance Service) and Jenni Jagodzinski (Lead Nurse, Operational Delivery Network) will provide us with updates and the latest data.

We will also hear about the experience of units requesting the transfer and units receiving them.

Register to join

You can register to join here to receive your individual, secure link:

Sign up for this event