NNPS-möte i Stockholm 27-28/5 2020
- 2020-01-15 20:02:37
- 2020-01-15 20:06:59
- Martin Jägervall
NNPS-möte i Stockholm
Här kommer information om NNPS-aktiviteter, samt EPNS-möte, i Stockholm i slutet av maj 2020.
The Nordic Neuropaediatric Society
NNPS 38th meeting
Stockholm May 27-28 2020
This is the second announcement for the 38th meeting of the Nordic Neuropaediatric Society in Stockholm, Sweden. The meeting will be held in adjunct to the research meeting of the European Society of Paediatric Neurology thus creating a full week of neurology from both a clinical and a research perspective. Both meeting and course programs are now set and online registration will open via the webpage on jan 27th.
Abstract submission is open and has been extended to February 29th.
Training Course 26th may
The NNPS training course this year focuses on “Cerebral Palsy – State of the art”. Attendance is limited to 25 participants to ensure an interactive course.
NNPS meeting 27-28th may
The scientific program for the meeting is enclosed in this announcement.
EPNS 7th Research Meeting 29-30th may
Following the meeting is the biannual Research Meeting of EPNS
We welcome abstracts within all areas of paediatric neurology. All abstracts should be written, submitted and presented in English only. Please send abstracts to email@example.com.
Deadline has been extended to February 29th , 2020.
- Abstracts should be no longer than 250 words (this limit excludes the abstract title and information about authors)
- Abstracts should be structured in 4 sections: Purpose, method, results and conclusion
- The first name in each abstract should be that of the presenting author
- Information concerning hospital, city and country should be provided for all authors
- Instructions for both platform and poster presentations will be made available with notices of acceptance.The NNPS training course will take place at Karolinska University Hospital whereas the main meeting will be held in the house of the Swedish Society of Medicine located in the downtown area of Stockholm.
All information for the training course and NNPS meeting is available on the conference website https://www.nnps2020.se/. There you also find information about booking of accommodation and conference registration.
Program Training course NNPS2020 May 26th
09.00-10.00 Cerebral Palsy (CP) Kate Himmelmann
10.00-10.030 Evidence for Early Interventions in CP Kristina Löwing
1050-11.20 ICF, Classifications & Gross Motor assessments Kristina Löwing
11.20- 11.50 Classifications and Fine motor assessments Anki Eliasson
11.50-12.10 What level is it? Interactive classifications AE+KL
13.10-13.40 Does loss of spasticity matter? Assumptions and facts ? Kristina Tedroff
13.40 – 14.00 Selective dorsal rhizotomy & Intrathecal baclofen Kristina Tedroff
14.00 -15.00 CP surveillance program (CPUP) & Interventions (BoNT-A, Ortoses, Surgery)
15.20-15.50 Vision in children with Cerebral Palsy Kerstin Hellgren
15.50-16.20 Epilepsy in children with Cerebral palsy Maria Dahlin
16.20-16.50 Cerebral Palsy in (young) adults Dan Jacobson
16.50-17.00 Closing statements
Scientific program NNPS2020
|09.15||Session 1 – Neurometabolic diseases Chair: Erik Eklund, Lund
Amino acid metabolism disorders
Tom J de Koning, Lund
|11.00||Challenges in whole genome sequencing
Anna Wedell, Stockholm
Treatments in lysosomal storage disease
Simon Jones, Manchester
|13.30||Session 2 – Neurovascular diseases
The first four years of the Swedish Pediatric Stroke Registry
Anna Ekesbo Freinsinger, Stockholm
Brain vascular malformations and current treatment strategies
Michael Söderman, Stockholm
|15.30||Session 2 contd – Neurovascular diseases
Maja Steinlin, Switzerland
|19.00||Conference dinner Skansen
|08.00||Session 3- Neuromuscular diseases Chair: Mar Tulinius, Gothenburg
Short introduction on neuromuscular disorders in children.
Advances in the diagnosis of neuromuscular disorders in the genomics era.
|10.00||Session 3 contd – Neuromuscular diseases
Current and emerging treatments in pediatric neuromuscular disorders.
Scoliosis and its treatment in pediatric neuromuscular disorders. What to do and when? Paul Gerdeim, Stockholm
|11.30||NNPS General Meeting
|13.30||Session 4 – Epilepsy
Short introduction on epilepsy in children
Maria Dahlin, Stockholm
Current and new emerging treatments in the Dravet syndrome
Lieven Lagae, Leuven, Belgium
|15.30||Session 4 – Epilepsy contd
When and how to use the ketogenic diet in epilepsy
Marie Lindefeldt, Stockholm
The impact of the ketogenic diet on the gut microbiome
Stefanie Prast-Nielsen, Stockholm
Epilepsy genetics – diagnostic and therapeutic challenges
Tommy Stödberg, Stockholm