program

Please note that the below program is subject to change.

Thursday 12 SEPTEMBER 2024

(Conference day 1)

07:30 - 08:45

Room:

 

Registration + Coffee

Trajectum North and Lobby North

08:45 - 09:00

Room:

Welcome

Auditorium 2 (plenary room)

Piet Leroy &
Şükrü Genco

 

09:00 - 11:30

Room:

Theme 1: Prioritizing the child

Auditorium 2 (plenary room)

Chairs: Gabriel Brändle & Vera Tomassen-de Waal

09:00 - 09:30

Engaging children in procedural choices: from fundamental rights to daily practice

Lucy Bray

09:30 - 10:00

Learning from Parents

Marijke Mulder &
Linda Schuiten

10:00- 10:30

10:30 - 11:00

Building Capacity and Confidence for Healthcare Conversations and Relationships

Advanced Procedural Care planning – lesson from the dentist

Elaine Meyer

Rose Mary Daly

11:00 - 11:30

Panel discussion

11:30 - 13:00

LUNCH/VISIT EXHIBITION SPONSORS & PARTNERS

13:00 - 14:30

Rooms:

WORKSHOPS ROUND 1 + MINI-SYMPOSIUM part 1

Break-out rooms

 

WORKSHOP A


Topic
: Playful skills as a professional competence for all healthcare professionals: learning from play experts

Jette Led Sørensen & Joscha de Boever

WORKSHOP B


Topic
: Establishing a trustful relationship in time-limited settings

Baruch Krauss &
Rose-Marie Daly

 

WORKSHOP C

TopicNot just a poke: Strategies for comfortable, empowering needle procedures

Giorgio Cozzi,
Philip van Haren &
Amy Baxter

WORKSHOP D

TopicVirtual Reality for procedural comfort: how useful is it, really?

Cyril Sahyoun &
Sharron van den Berg

WORKSHOP E

Topic: Managing procedure related psycho-trauma and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Inge de Vlieger &
Sophie Ebbeler

WORKSHOP F

Topic: Hypnosis and Suggestion for procedural comfort

Arine Vlieger &
Linda Kersten

WORKSHOP G

Topic: Changing the talk of the town: implementing comfort-directed language and communication

Gabriel Brändle &
Laura Mitchell

Mini-SYMPOSIUM

Topic: 'The Art of Procedural Sedation in Children' - Safe and effective Sedation: principles and practice

Maala Bhatt,
Mark Roback,
Silvia Bressan &
Eva Schaffrath

14:30 - 15:15

 

COFFEE BREAK + TRANSFER TIME

15:15 - 18:00

Theme 2: THEME 2: Procedural Comfort in Children with Autism, Neurodiversity or severe mental impairment

Chair: Felix Kreier

Room:

15:15- 15:45

Auditorium 2 (plenary room)

It's Not About Rocket Science, But About Compassion: Empowering Providers in Neurodiverse Care

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Felix Kreier

15:45 - 16:45

KEY NOTE LECTURE ‘Neurodiversity in Action'

Barry Prizant

16:45 - 17:20

Family-centered procedural care for children with autism-spectrum disorder or developmental delay

Cyril Sahyoun

17:20- 17:55

Procedural distress and comfort in severely mentally disabled children.

Eric Fleeger

18:00 - 19:30


20:00 - 23:00

Welcome Reception @ MECC


Faculty Diner (ON INVITATION ONLY)

Friday 13 SEPTEMBER 2024

(Conference day 2)

07:15 - 08:45

Rooms:

BREAKFAST Pharmacology Sessions 'MEET THE EXPERTS' 

Breakout Rooms

  • PROPOFOL
  • KETAMINE
  • DEXMEDETOMIDINE
  • BENZODIAZEPINES
  • NITROUS OXIDE

More information about the workshops and faculty can be found here.

(Registration required - extra fee - breakfast included!)

09:00 - 11:30

Room:

Theme 3: The challenging edges of childhood

Auditorium 2 (plenary room)

Chair: Anna Taddio

09:00 - 09:30

Humanizing care to mitigate procedural distress in the NICU – a parent’s perspective

Gigi Khonyongwa-Fernandez

09:30 - 10:00

Infant and Family Centred Developmental Care for procedural comfort in vulnerable newborn infants

Pierre Kuhn

10:00 - 10:30

"We can't throw away our bad experiences but we can create lessons from them” – Listening to children and young people’s voice

Lucy Bray,
Katie Dixon &
Jana AbuTa’a

10:30 - 11:00

Strategies for procedural comfort in the adolescent

Grant Stuart

11:00 - 11:30

Panel discussion

 

11:30 - 12:30

LUNCH/VISIT EXHIBITION SPONSORS & PARTNERS

12:30 - 14:00

Rooms:

WORKSHOPS ROUND 2+ MINI-SYMPOSIUM part 2

Breakout Rooms

WORKSHOP A


Topic
: : Playful skills as a professional competence for all healthcare professionals: learning from play experts

Jette Led Sørensen & Joscha de Boever

WORKSHOP B

Topic: Establishing a trustful relationship in time-limited settings

Baruch Krauss &
Rose-Marie Daly

WORKSHOP C

TopicNot just a poke: Strategies for comfortable, empowering needle procedures

Giorgio Cozzi,
Philip van Haren &
Amy Baxter

WORKSHOP D

TopicVirtual Reality for procedural comfort: how useful is it, really?

Cyril Sahyoun &
Sharron van den Berg

WORKSHOP E

Topic: Managing procedure related psycho-trauma and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Inge de Vlieger &
Sophie Ebbeler

WORKSHOP F

Topic: Hypnosis and Suggestion for procedural comfort

Eveline Terwindt &
Stefan Friedrichsdorf

WORKSHOP G

Topic: Changing the talk of the town: implementing comfort-directed language and communication

Gabriel Brändle &
Laura Mitchell

Mini-SYMPOSIUM

Topic: 'The Art of Procedural Sedation in Children' - Setting up a High-quality Sedation Service

Egidio Barbi,
Linda Schuiten &
Kelsie Miller

14:00 - 14:45

 

Coffee break + transfer time

14:45 - 16:15

Room:

Theme 4: Organizing Procedural Comfort Care

Auditorium 2 (plenary room)

Chair: Eva Schaffrath

14:45 - 15:15

The added value of a procedural sedation and comfort service. A value-based perspective

Zeev Kain

15:15 - 15:45

The Comfort Promise: How to Erredicate or Ease Pain and Anxiety Caused by Needle Procedures. For Every Child. Every Time

Stefan Friedrichsdorf

15:45 - 16:15

Q&A

 

16:15 - 16:45

16:15- 16:35

16:35 - 16:45

Wrap up and Closure

Take Home Messages

Closure

 

Jurgen de Graaff

Piet Leroy &
Şükrü Genco

Workshop Content Summary

WORKSHOPS (each workshop runs twice = round 1 on Thursday; round 2 on Friday)

Time: 90 minutes

Format: Case-based/Problem-based; Interactive; Practical


Workshops Topics:


Workshop A: Playful skills as a professional competence for all healthcare professionals: learning from play experts

Faculty:
- Jette Led Sørensen
- Joscha de Boever

 

Workshop B: Establishing a trustful relationship in time-limited settings.
Faculty:
- Baruch Krauss
- Rose-Marie Daly

 

Workshop C: Not just a poke: Strategies for strategies for comfortable, empowering needle procedures.
Faculty:
- Giorgio Cozzi
- Philip van Haren
- Amy Baxter

 

Workshop D: Virtual Reality for procedural comfort: how useful is it, really?
Faculty:
- Cyril Sahyoun
- Sharron van den Berg

 

Workshop E: Managing procedure related pschycho-trauma and Post-Traumatic Stress disorder.
Faculty:
- Inge de Vlieger
- Sophie Ebbeler

 

Workshop F: Hypnosis and Suggestion for procedural comfort.
Faculty:
- Arine Vlieger (day 1)
- Linda Kersten (day 1)
Eveline Terwindt (day 2)
- Stefan Friedrichsdorf (day 2)

 

Workshop G: Changing the talk of the town: implementing comfort-directed language and communication.
Faculty:
- Gabriel Brändle
- Laura Mitchell

 

Mini-SYMPOSIUM: 'The Art of Procedural Sedation in Children'

Time: 2 x 90 minutes

Room: Auditorium 2 (plenary room)

Format: Short state of the art lectures + Case-based discussions


Part 1 (Thursday 12 September 2024 | 13:00 - 14:30)
:
Safe and effective Sedation: principles and practice

Faculty:
- Maala Bhatt
- Mark Roback
- Silvia Bressan
- Eva Schaffrath


Part 2 (Friday 13 September 2024 | 12:30 - 14:00):
Setting up a High-quality Sedation Service

Faculty:
- Egidio Barbi
- Linda Schuiten

BREAKFAST Pharmacology Sessions 'MEET THE EXPERTS'
Friday Sept 13; 7:15-8:45 (breakfast included; additional fee)

1. PROPOFOL
Faculty:
- Baruch Krauss
- Mark Roback
- Dino Barbi


2. KETAMINE

Faculty:
- Maala Bhatt
- Silvia Bressan
- Giorgio Cozzi

 

3. DEXMEDETOMIDINE
Faculty:
- Mohamed Mahmoud
- Grant Stuart
- Linda Schuiten

 

4. BENZODIAZEPINES
Faculty:

- Michael Brackhahn

 

5. NITROUS OXIDE
Faculty:

- Julia Höffe
- Felix Kreier