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

Conference posters

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