ICHG2019 | Programme

ICHG 2019 Abstracts

Whether you are a research, clinician or a patient with an interest in research this jam packed programme will hold interest for you.

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Keynote: How to develop and change disease definitions - Patrick Bossuyt

Developing an International Definition for HG research - Iris Grooten

Determinants of disease course and severity in HG - Rebecca Painter

Does the placenta and appetite hormone GDF15 cause NVP and HG? - Marlena Fejzo

Genomic studies of severe hyperemesis gravidarum in the UK - Catherine Williamson

GDF15. What is it and why might it be involved in Nausea and Vomiting of Pregnancy? - Stephen O’Rahilly

EMPOWER - Secondary care treatment for severe nausea and vomiting in pregnancy - Cath MacParlin

VOMIT - Validating the effect of Ondansetron and Mirtazapine In Treating Hyperemesis Gravidarum - Anne Ostenfeld

Transdermal clonidine for severe HG - Aldo Maina

What do we need for HELP tool to become an evidence based research tool and implemented in care plans? - Kimber MacGibbon

Gestational week of delivery and onset of labour in women with nausea and vomiting in pregnancy and hyperemesis gravidarum: A population-based cohort of 298,549 women from England using electronic medical records - Laila J Tata

Weight matters! Insufficient early regained weight increase risk of unfavorable outcome in hyperemesis pregnancies. – Jone Trovik

Wernicke's encephalopathy in hyperemesis gravidarum – Erik Oudman

Need of medical care due to hyperemesis gravidarum in different pregnancy outcomes – Miina Nurmi

Severe hyperemesis gravidarum increases rates of termination of pregnancy and suicidal ideation; results from a UK questionnaire completed by >5000 participants – Melanie Nana

Implementing guidelines in Ireland - Brian Cleary

Ketones! - Rebecca Painter

Identification and clinical treatment of NVP and HG across primary and secondary care in England - Laila Tata / Linda Fiaschi

Women's experiences of obtaining treatment for HG and how they access and use Clinical Practice Guidelines.- Margaret O’Hara

Testing a cognitive model to predict posttraumatic stress disorder in women following experiences of Hyperemesis Gravidarum - Helen Penny

The impact of Hyperemesis Gravidarum on mother-child attachment and parenting stress up to two years’ postpartum: a cross-sectional study - Helen Penny

The UK's first counselling practice for women affected by HG: Analysis of clinical goals, tasks and methods - Michelle Nicholson

Nausea and Vomiting of Pregnancy is associated with poor sleep quality - Linda Laitinen

Nausea and vomiting during pregnancy genetics consortium - Lucía Colodro Conde

How to develop European wide guidelines via Eshre, learning from management of recurrent miscarriage- Siobhan Quenby

James Lind Alliance Priority Setting Partnership for Hyperemsis Gravidarum Research – An internationally agreed list of priorities- Caitlin Dean

Prenatal cannabis exposure and offspring neurodevelopment- Hanan El Marroun

Neonatal outcomes following self-reported cannabis use during pregnancy - Luke Grzeskowiak

European antiemetic regulations (restricting metocloprimide use) increases admission rates due to Hyperemesis Gravidarum - Lone Holst

Contextualizing the Potential Risks of Ondansetron Use in Pregnancy - Krista Huybrechts

Afternoon Fringe Event for International Charity and Foundation Development

14:00 - 15:20

Lessons from Experience - Hear from International HG Charities and Foundations

  • Setting up a charity or Foundation in your country

  • Different Models for different countries

  • Practicalities, registration, bank accounts and your Board of Trustees

  • How to get it going, fundraising, applying for funding and how to spend the money

  • Q&A with speakers

15:40 - 17:20

Practical Sessions

- Vision, Mission, SWOT and Strategies

- Press, PR and Social Media with BBC Journalist Georgie Bevan

- Service Development

- Q&A with speakers