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									Nausea and Vomiting in Pregnancy and Hyperemesis

First National Conference. 1st July 2010, Warwick
Draft Programme.

10.00 Registration, coffee & exhibition
10.25 Chair‟s Introduction                     Dame Lorna Muirhead, Past
                                               President of Royal College of
                                               Midwives and Lord Lieutenant of
10.30 What is pregnancy sickness and           Dr Tony Barnie-Adshead, Trustee
      why is it important?                     of Pregnancy Sickness Support

10.50 Psycho-social impact of NVP              Dr Brian Swallow, Chartered
                                               Health Psychologist, University of
11.10 Coffee & exhibition
11.40 Hyperemesis Gravidarum                   Mr Christopher Lees, Consultant in
                                               Obstetrics and Foetal Maternal
                                               Medicine Cambridge
12.00 Safe, effective treatment for            Dr Roger Gadsby GP & Associate
      NVP: What is the evidence?               Clinical Professor, University of
12.20 NVP: The experience in Canada            Adrienne Einarson, Motherisk,
12.40 Lunch & exhibition
13.40 Research presentations (parallel sessions)
       Genetics and Epidemiology of            Aimee Brecht-Doscher: Ventura, California,
       Hyperemesis Gravidarum (HG)             Hyperemesis Education and Research
                                               Foundation. (Fejzo, M.S., Brecht-Doscher,
                                               A., MacGibbon, K, Romero, R., Goodwin,
                                               T.M. & Mullin, P.)
       Preparation for the Hyperemesis         Aimee Brecht-Doscher: Ventura, California,
       Pregnancy                               Hyperemesis Education and Research
       Nutrition in Hyperemesis Gravidarum     Dr. Aimee Brecht-Doscher: Ventura,
                                               California, Hyperemesis Education and
                                               Research Foundation.
       Mother‟s reports of nausea and          Amy Brown: Centre for Child Research,
       vomiting during pregnancy and           Swansea University.
       breastfeeding duration
       Nausea and Vomiting in Pregnancy        Maralyn Green: Independent Researcher.
       and the role of dietary protein
       Nausea and Vomiting of Early and Late   Jennifer Kramer & Angela Bowen:
       Pregnancy: Relationship with            University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon
       Psychosocial Determinants of Health     Canada. (Kramer, J., Bowen, A., Stewart,
                                               N. & Muhajarine, N.)
       Women's responses to nausea and            Louise Locock: Health Experiences
       vomiting in pregnancy                      Research Group, University Of Oxford.
                                                  (Locock, L., J Alexander, J. & , Rozmovits,
       A randomized controlled trial of the       Samantha Fletcher: School Of Nursing,
       „Hyperemesis Impact Symptom‟ (HIS)         Midwifery and Social Work, University of
       Score for individualized assessment and    Manchester. (Fletcher, S., Kitchener, H. &
       management of symptoms of                  Waterman, H.)
       hyperemesis gravidarum.
       Is ginger always a safe option for         Denise Tiran: Director, Expectancy,
       women with “morning sickness”?             London; Visiting Lecturer, University of
                                                  Greenwich, London.
       The impact of musculoskeletal              Denise Tiran: Director, Expectancy,
       misalignment on the severity of nausea     London; Visiting Lecturer, University of
       and vomiting in pregnancy                  Greenwich, London.
       Successful management of severe            Roy Taylor: Professor of Medicine and
       hyperemesis gravidarum using               Metabolism, Newcastle University and
       prednisolone: definition of severity and   Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle upon
       algorithm for clinical use.                Tyne.
       The impact of hyperemesis gravidarum       David McCormack: Department of
       on maternal mental health and              Perinatal Clinical Psychology, Royal
       maternal-foetal attachment                 Jubilee Maternity Hospital, Belfast.
                                                  (McCormack, D., Scott-Heyes, G. &
                                                  McCusker, C.)
14.40 Workshops
       a. Admission to hospital
       b. Managing NVP in the community
       c. Patients‟ perspectives
15.40 Plenary – feedback from
16.00 Plans for the future and
      conference close

The conference is being organised by Pregnancy Sickness Support, an
independent voluntary organisations that provides support and information for
women with NVP, in collaboration with the University of Lincoln and the
University of Warwick.

Booking Form.
Delegate Fee
Conference fee: £80 per person to include delegate information, exhibition,
conference documentation and all refreshments.
Special “Cost Price” of £42 for Students and women who have experienced
hyperemesis gravidarum.

How to apply
Complete booking form and send to: Terry Salter, Administrator, Pregnanc y
Sickness Support Trust, P.O. Box 3277, Nuneaton. CV11 6ZL.
Email: Tel: Terry Salter on 07811 593319.
Confirmation of place will follow by email soon after receipt of form.
Cancellation Policy
Cancellation received in writing by the delegate at least four weeks before
the event will receive a full refund. Cancellations received after this date will
unfortunately not be eligible for a refund. Substitute delegates are

Booking details

Full name:

Profession: Consultant, GP, Midwife, Student, Manager, Administrator, Media,
hyperemesis gravidarum patient.
(please underline)

Name of employing Trust (if appropriate):

E-mail address:
(essential as all conference correspondence by e-mail)

Mobile phone number:
(will only be used for last minute text message if needed)

BACS details are available.
All cheques should be made payable to Pregnancy Sickness Support Trust

Special dietary requirements:
Disabled access or other special needs:
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