Abstracts

Abstract information
Abstracts on all conference topics listed and any breaking news are invited.  Where possible presentations will emphasize the reliability of newborn screening processes. Reliability may relate to analytical accuracy, clinical experience or the robustness and cost effectiveness of treatment in eliminating or significantly reducing morbidity.  Contributions evidencing reliability problems experienced and suitable/practical solutions will be especially welcomed.

Submission deadline
Please submit your abstract in English before the 15th March 2019 via https://membership.isns-neoscreening.org/abstract-submission/

 

Poster prize
A prize will be awarded to the poster judged to be the best in terms of quality of content and visual presentation.  Where two posters are considered to be of equal standing then the one more closely following the conference theme will be chosen. The poster prize consists of a travel grant to a future neonatal screening meeting with a value of EUR 250.

Poster guidelines
Please click here to read the poster submission guidelines

 

Keywords
Neonatal screening, analytical reliability, clinical reliability, cost-effectiveness, annual evaluation protocols

 

Abstract topic list

conditions (to be ) screened for biochemically

Aminoacidemias

Organic acidurias

Fatty Acid Oxidation disorders

Endocrine disorders (CH, CAH)

Cystic Fibrosis

Hemoglobinopathies

SCID

LSD’s

Fragile X

SMA (Spinal Muscular Atrophy)

bedside testing:

CCHD

Hearing

new technologies in screening:

Whole Genome Sequencing/Rapid genetic analysis

Proteomics,

Metabolomics

policy making and implementation:

FELSI aspects

giving information to public

giving information to professionals

process of implementation in practice

country progress reports

process evaluation and improvement

timeliness (sampling, sending, reporting)

short term follow up

long term follow up

annual process evaluation protocols

annual effect evaluation protocols

automation

filter paper technology and other microsampling techniques

low-tech methodology in general

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