2008 Birmingham

The 2008 conference took place in Birmingham from 14-16 Nov
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As part of the conference weekend, which coincided with ‘Children In Need’ night a variety of events took place which succeeded in raising £250 for ‘Children In need’. Many thanks to all those who contributed

Plenary session

  • The quest for better medicines Prof. John Marriott, Professor of Clinical Pharmacy at Aston, School of Life and Health Sciences, Aston University
  • Managing skin conditions in babies and children Dr Celia Moss, Consultant Dermatologist; Honorary Reader in Dermatology, Birmingham Children’s Hospital
  • Recognising early signs of paediatric illness Dr. Heather Duncan, Consultant Paediatric Intensivist, Birmingham Children’s Hospital

Oral papers

Clinical pearls

Workshops

Posters

  • An in vitro evaluation of ceftriaxone pharmacokinetics (pk) during paediatric continuous veno-veno haemofiltration (cvvh) Harvey B1, Johnson TN2, Mulla H3, Yeomanson D1 & Mayer A1. Dept. of Paediatric Intensive care1and Pharmacy Department2 Sheffield Children’s Hospital, Sheffield UK and.TEDiC3 Glenfield Hospital, Leicester, UK.
  • An Audit of Antibiotic Prophylaxis in Paediatric Gastro-Intestinal Surgery Aston J1,2, Marriott JF2, Jordan J2 Birmingham Children’s Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Birmingham, UK1 Aston University, Birmingham, UK2
  • Detection of clostridium difficile toxin in paediatric patients. Whitehouse K,, Fenton P. Pharmacy Department and Infection Control, Childrens Hospital, Western Bank, Sheffield S10 2TH, UK.
  • An audit of intravenous fluid prescribing on paediatric wards at st mary’s hospital Greenwood C, Fletcher P, Corda L, Charles T. Imperial College NHS Healthcare Trust (ICHT), St Mary’s Hospital, London, UK.
  • The clinical significance of medication reconciliation in children admitted to hospital – observational study of 100 neurosurgical patients Terry DRP, Solanki GA, Sinclair AG, Marriott JF, Wilson KA. Birmingham Children’s Hospital & Aston University, Birmingham. England.
  • Does bicarbonate protect omeprazole when co-administered? Tuleu C., Wang Y-W., Taylor K. Department of Pharmaceutics and Centre for Paediatric Pharmacy Research, The School of Pharmacy, University of London,, UK
  • Development of a protocol for the use of anti-thrombotic treatment in children Dunsmure LC, Leeds Teaching Hospitals, Leeds, England
  • Pharmacy and clinical trials: identifying a suitable intravesical atropine preparation: J Thorntona,b, H ThoongbaGreater Manchester, Lancashire and South Cumbria Medicines for Children Research Network and bPharmacy, Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, Pendlebury, UK
  • Formulation and characterization of polymeric fast-dissolving oral films as paediatric dosage forms Sreenivas Pandit, Paras R. Sheth, Catherine Tuleu. Department of Pharmaceutics and Centre for Paediatric Pharmacy Research, The School of Pharmacy, University of London, WC1N 1AX, UK
  • An investigation into adverse drug reactions reported for pharmaceutical excipients: Siddle P, North-Lewis P. Pharmacy Department, St James’s University Hospital, Leeds, UK
  • An audit of the use of intravenous paracetamol in paediatric patients : Waterman EL, Morley E Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, Leeds, UK
  • Recommendations of 40 children aged 5-16 years on prolonged medication to the minister of health and president of Nigeria *1Iorngurum MT, 1Ogundiniyi E, 2Iroha EO Departments of 1Clinical Pharmacy & Biopharmacy Faculty of Pharmacy, and 2Paediatrics College of Medicine, University of Lagos, Lagos University Teaching Hospital Idi-Araba, PMB 12003 Suru-Lere, Lagos, Nigeria
  • Experiences of 40 children aged 5-16 years on prolonged medication in 3 paediatric wards of Lagos university teaching hospital 1Iorngurum MT*, 1Ogundiniyi E, 2Iroha EO Departments of 1Clinical Pharmacy & Biopharmacy Faculty of Pharmacy, and 2Paediatrics College of Medicine, University of Lagos, Lagos University Teaching Hospital Idi-Araba, PMB 12003 Suru-Lere , Lagos, Nigeria
  • Intra-dialytic parenteral nutrition Fox A.C Paediatric Renal Pharmacist, Southampton University Hospitals Trust, Southampton, UK Anderson C.E. Paediatric Renal Dietician, Southampton University Hospitals Trust, Southampton, UK Gilbert R .D. Consultant and Honorary Senior Lecturer Paediatric Nephrology, Southampton University Hospitals Trust, Southampton, UK
  • Banding of antibiotic doses for neonates Bevan, A. Pharmacy Department, Southampton University Hospital, Southampton, UK
  • Light protection of infusions in the NICU – the Martha Stewart way Bergene EH, Trondheim Hospital Pharmacy, Trondheim, Norway
  • Retrospective audit of the clinical use of erythropoietin for the management of renal anaemia in accordance with local guidelines Hong Thoong Pharmacy Dept, Central Manchester and Manchester Children’s Hospital NHS Trust. Manchester. UK Mark Bradbury Nephrology Dept, Central Manchester and Manchester Children’s Hospital NHS Trust. Manchester. UK
  • Quality of care perceived by 40 children in a university hospital in Nigeria 1Iorngurum MT*, 1Ogundiniyi E, 2Iroha EO Departments of 1Clinical Pharmacy & Biopharmacy Faculty of Pharmacy, and 2Paediatrics College of Medicine, University of Lagos, Lagos University Teaching Hospital Idi-Araba, PMB 12003 Suru-Lere Lagos, Nigeria
  • Audit on Growth Hormone prescribing in children at Chelsea & Westminster Hospital in accordance with NICE guidance TA42 Sumeera Bhola; Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, London Project Supervisor: Samantha Copp

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