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13th International Dresden Symposium with more 264 participants from 31 countries
11. März 2022

13th International Dresden Symposium with more 264 participants from 31 countries

The International Dresden Symposium in March has become the kick-off for the academic year of clinicians and researchers who are interested in improving care of newborns. The Symposium offers the unique opportunity to discuss recent advances in the field of Delivery Room Management and exciting news around feto-neonatal health. The 13th Symposium took place on March 11th and 12th 2022.

During the past decade, we had the honour to host many dear friends and colleagues in Dresden and to provide an atmosphere for scientific exchange. Whereas “Hybrid Meeting” has become popular during the past year, the Dresden Meeting started to by “hybrid” in 2015 to enable participation from different continents.

This year more than 264 participants from 31 countries discussed current development during two days. Due to Covid restrictions there was only a small group in presence which met in Leiden/Netherlands. Nevertheless, the spirit of the meeting was kept alive and we were able to provide a platform for intensive exchange between clinicians and scientists who are interested in Delivery Room Management and in new developments in Neonatology. Distinguished international speakers covered the following topics:

    • Prenatal Medicine meets Neonatology.
    • Covid-19 effects on pregnancy and newborns. 
    • Artificial placenta and Perinatal Life Support. 
    • Exciting news from Stem Cell Research.
    • Telemedicine in Neonatology.
    • Current studies on DR-management.
    • Management of late preterm infants.
    • To breathe or not to breathe?
    • PRO & CON: Improving research in DR-management. 

The next meeting will (hopefully) be in Dresden from 9th - 11th of March, 2023 – so save the date!