Hall 7 (Salle S4, Floor -1)

08:00 - 09:00 BUSINESS MEETING
11:00 - 11:30 BREAK
11:30 - 13:00

Nursing care for young and older patients with CHD during COVID-19

Chair: Lynda Shaughnessy, UK
Co-chair: Michèle de Hosson, Belgium

Management of children with CHD during a COVID-19 pandemic: lessons learned,
Piers Daubeney, UK
Parental counselling for fetal heart disease during COVID-19,
Alexander Kovacevic, Germany
Impact of COVID-19 on psychosocial outcomes in young patients with CHD,
Flavia M. Wehrle, Switzerland
Impact of COVID-19 on care provision by advanced practice nursing roles,
James Anthony, UK

14:30 - 16:00

Pregnancy counselling in patients with CHD

Chair: Katya De Groote, Belgium
Co-chair: Werner Budts, Belgium

When and how to start to talk about genetics and risk of pregnancy in a youngster with CHD?,
Julie de Backer, Belgium
Women with congenital heart disease - symptoms , needs and experiences during pregnancy,
Malin Berghammer, Sweden
When the child has the same diagnosis as this parent with CHD,
Sabine Hellemans & Laura Muino, Belgium
Pregnancy in Fontan patients - infertility problems,
Maggie Simpson, Scotland

16:00 - 16:30 BREAK
16:30 - 18:00

Abstract session of Nursing and Allied Health Professionals & Neurodevelopment and Psycho-Social Care
Chair: Frank Casey, Ireland
Co-chair: Lynda Saughnessy, UK

O-025 Oral breastmilk is safe pre- and early post-operatively in babies with Coarctation of the Aorta,
Alix Dunlop Jones, United Kingdom
O-026 A mobile application to support parents of infants with severe cardiac disease,
Elin Hjorth Johansen, Norway
O-027 Infant growth trajectories post-surgery and over four months predict parental stress in parents of infants with complex congenital heart defects,
Nadya Golfenshtein, Israel
O-028 Longitudinal Comparison of Neurodevelopmental Outcomes from 18m to 36m of Children born Preterm and Children Diagnosed with Congenital Heart Disease,
Samantha D Roberts, Canada
O-029 The prevalence of fatigue in children with congenital heart disease: is there a correlation with disease-specific factors?
Dionne R. H. De Vos, Netherlands
O-030 Motor Development and Physical Fitness in Children With Congenital Heart Disease,
Ana Clara Félix, Portugal