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46th Annual Meeting of EPOS 2020

Vision 2020 - the important first year
2200 Copenhagen, Dänemark
Veranstaltungsnummer: 31484
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Sprache: Englisch

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  • Datum
    28.05.2020, 17:00 - 30.05.2020, 17:30
    Veranstalter
    European Paediatric Ophthalmological Society
    Kurzbeschreibung
    The 46th Annual Meeting of EPOS 2020 will be in Copenhagen, Denmark and has the topic “The important first year. Vision 20/20”. Babies develop at exorbitant speed, and largely this is guided by visual inputs. Goal of this conference is to update all on the also rapid development of ophthalmological treatment: genetic therapy is now available and preterm born children now rarely go blind due to ROP in Europe, but other health issues threaten vision as very early survival is possible.
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    The organisers will apply for CME accreditation awarded by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME).
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  • EPOS 2020 - Preliminary programme

    Thursday 28 May
    17.00-21.00 Welcome reception at Mærsk Tower


    Friday 29 May
    8.00-8.30 Registration
    8.30-9.00 Opening, welcome remarks
    9.00-12.30 Around ROP and prematurity
    Moderators: Kamilla Rothe Nissen (DK), Carina Slidsborg (DK) and Eva
    Larsson (S)
    9.00-9.07 L1 Visual impairment. National Danish Registry of visual impairment and blindness? Kamilla Rothe Nissen (DK)
    9.07-9.22 L2 Epidemiology of ROP Gerd Holmström
    9.22-9.42 L3 ROP -treatment pro and contra Antivegf side effects Kimberley Drenser (US)
    9.42-10.02 L4 Ocular and visual development, strabismus OCT TBA
    10.02-10.17 L5 Cerebral damage may be the primary risk factor for visual impairment in preschool children born
    extremely premature Carine Slidsborg (DK)
    10.17-10.30 L6 Visual perception in children in the Express study Kerstin Helgren (SE)
    10.30-11.00 Coffee break + posters + exhibition
    11.00-11.20 L7 The premature child. Ethical issues in neonatal care Gorm Greisen (DK)
    11.20-11.45 FP1 Free paper abstracts
    11.45-12.30 RF1 Rapid Fire abstracts
    12.30-13.30 Lunch + posters + exhibition
    13.30-17.30 Surgery in the first year
    Moderators: Daniella Bach Holm
    13.30-17.30 Surgery in the first year
    Moderators: Daniella Bach Holm (DK), Dorte Larsen (DK) and Line Kessel (DK)
    13.30-13.50 L8 Anterior segment surgery in babies Ken Nishal (US)
    13.50-14.10 L9 Vitreoretinal surgeries in babies Kimberley Drenser (US)
    14.10-14.25 L10 40 years of primary congenital glaucoma in Denmark Daniella Bach Holm (DK)
    14.25-14.40 FP2 Free paper abstracts
    14.40-15.00 RF2 Rapid Fire abstracts
    15.00-15.30 Coffee break + posters + exhibition
    15.30-15.45 L11 Craniosynostosis, who needs surgery and when Hanne Hove (DK)
    15.45-16.00 L12 Peter Toft (DK)
    16.00-16.20 L13 Videosession Ken Nishal (US) and others
    FP3 Free paper abstracts
    RF3 Rapid Fire abstracts
    17.30-18.30 General assembly
    19.30 Dinner at ZOO


    Saturday 30 May
    9.00-12.30 Pharmacological treatments + infectious diseases in the first year
    Moderators: Darius Hildebrand (UK)  Olivert Ehrt (D), Helena Buch Heesgaard (DK) and Lisbeth Sandfeld (DK)
    9.00-9.15 L14 Tips and tricks to examining the baby Darius Hildebrandt (UK)
    9.15-9.30 L15 TORCH infections in babies Uwe Pleyer (DE)
    9.30-9.45 L16 What to consider when using eye drops in babies Jens Chr Nørregaard (DK)
    9.45-10.00 L17 Steroids. Differences in pharmacokinetics between different steroids, systemic side effects and
    influence of genetics Regitze Bangsgaard (DK)
    10.00-10.15 FP4 Free paper abstracts
    10.15-10.30 RF4 Rapid Fire abstracts
    10.30-11.00 Coffee break + posters + exhibition
    11.00-12.30 Neuroophthalmology in babies
    11.00-11.15 L18 Signs of brain tumours in babies Sarah von Holstein
    11.15-11.30 L19 Midline from eyes to brain: an evolutionary perspective Marcel ten Tusscher (BE)
    11.30-11.45 L20 The Brain stem and corpus callosum Anne Cees Houtmann (BE)
    11.45-12.00 L21 The optic nerve as a cause of visual impairment Robert Matthieu
    12.00-12.15 FP5 Free paper abstracts
    12.15-12.30 RF5 Rapid Fire abstracts
    12.30-13.30 Lunch + posters + exhibition
    13.30-17.00 The baby who dosen't see Moderators:
    Else Gade (DK) and Line Kessel (DK)
    13.30-13.45 L22 The baby that cannot see Ingele Castels
    13.45-14.00 L23 Lebers congenital amaurosis and retinal dystrophies in young children Mette Bertelsen (DK)
    14.00-14.15 L24 Gene therapy Bart Leroy (BE/US)
    14.15-14.30 L25 The role of early visual electrodiagnostics Manca Pompe (SLO)
    14.30-14.45 L26 The impact of congenital blindness and visual impairment on self esteem and self concept Liv Berit Augestad (NO)
    14.45-15.00 FP6 Free paper abstracts
    15.00-15.30 Coffee break + posters + exhibition
    15.30-15.45 L27 Epidemiology and causes of nystagmus and lack of eye contact in babies Line Kessel (DK)
    15.45-16.00 L28 Albinism Karen Grønskov (DK)
    16.00-16.15 RF6 Rapid Fire abstracts
    16.15-17.00 Round table discussion of video-cases of childen with poor eye contact, audience interaction
    17.00-17.30 End of conference and closing remarks



     

  • The Maersk Tower

    EPOS 2020 Conference Organiser:
    C/O CAP Partner
    Nordre Fasanvej 113
    DK-2000 Frederiksberg
    Denmark

    Phone: +45 70 20 03 05
    Fax:     +45 70 20 03 15

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    Please contact the organizer for further information.