Theme | Cardiovascular Risks, Diabetes and Obesity in Pregnancy
When Thursday 2nd November
Venue The Assembly House, Norwich

Thank you to all for making MOMS2023 a memorable meeting. We had a record attendance of 212 and an incredibly successful day.

For a copy of the programme from the day please click on the button below:

MOMS 46th Annual Meeting Programme

Congratulations to all prize winners from the day:

Oral Presentation Prize Winners:

1st: Melanie Nana, NIHR Clinical Research Fellow, Kings College London.
Peripartum seizures in people with epilepsy and multidisciplinary considerations as to how to prevent them

2nd: Hayley Martin, Maternal medicine Lead Midwife, North East London, Maternal Medicine Network
Midwifery perspectives of oral and intravenous fluid administration and fluid balance monitoring, acute kidney injury and hyponatraemia: national and local surveys, qualitative interviews and thematic analysis.

3rd: Sheba Jarvis, Postdoctoral Fellow and Honorary Consultant in Diabetes, Endocrinology, Obstetric and General Medicine, Imperial College London.
Metabolomic studies identify a distinct serum lipid signature in acute fatty liver of pregnancy (AFLP)

Highly Commended: Jessy Jindal, Medical student, University of Oxford.
Prevention of Future Death reports in maternity : a case series

Poster Winners:

1st: Laura Skinner, Southmead Hospital, North Bristol NHS Trust.
Changes in serum creatinine during pregnancy and at birth are predictive of adverse outcomes – early results from the AKID prospective cohort study
2nd: Caroline Ovadia, King’s College London.
External validation of a risk stratification tool to predict patients with gestational diabetes mellitus at low risk of insulin treatment
3rd: Nadejda Capatina, Department of Women and Children’s Health, King’s College London
Designing a core outcome set for studies of ICP – results of outcome reports across the pre-existing literature

We will be uploading electronic copies of all the posters who have consented us to share their work online on the MOMS website when we receive them from the organising committee.