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Fundacion Cardiovascular de Colombia

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Nicklaus Children’s Hospital USA

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Bradley A Kuch

Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC USA


About Conference

Welcome to the 33rd International Conference on Pediatrics, Neonatology and Pediatric Nursing scheduled to be held on November 26-27, 2024 in Paris, France.

The International Conference on Pediatrics, Neonatology, and Pediatric Nursing is a premier event dedicated to fostering advancements in the field of pediatrics and providing a platform for exchange and collaboration among renowned pediatricians, neonatologists, pediatric nurses, researchers, and healthcare professionals from around the globe. Our conference aims to address key issues, share insights, and present the latest research findings in the ever-evolving field of pediatrics.

We invite researchers, academicians, practitioners, and industry professionals to submit abstracts for oral and poster presentations. Share your research findings, case studies, and innovative ideas to contribute to the scientific discourse and shape the future of pediatrics.

Join us in Spain for an enriching and inspiring conference that will deepen your knowledge, expand your professional network, and contribute to the advancement of pediatrics, neonatology, and pediatric nursing. We look forward to welcoming you to the 33rd International Conference on Pediatrics, Neonatology, and Pediatric Nursing!

Conference Highlights:

  • Engaging Keynote Speeches: Gain valuable insights from leading experts in pediatrics and related disciplines, who will share their knowledge and expertise on current and emerging trends, challenges, and innovations.

  • Thought-Provoking Panel Discussions: Participate in interactive sessions where experts will discuss pressing issues and provide diverse perspectives on pediatric healthcare, neonatology, and pediatric nursing.

  • Cutting-Edge Research Presentations: Present and explore groundbreaking research findings through oral and poster presentations, fostering dialogue and collaboration among researchers.

  • Networking Opportunities: Connect with like-minded professionals, establish new collaborations, and strengthen existing relationships in the field of pediatrics.

  • Pre-conference Workshops: Take advantage of specialized workshops conducted by renowned clinicians and educators, focusing on practical skills, best practices, and the latest advancements in pediatric care.

Why Attend?

  • Stay Updated: Gain insights into the latest advancements, research findings, and treatment modalities in pediatrics, neonatology, and pediatric nursing.

  • Networking: Connect with leading professionals, experts, and peers in the field, fostering collaborations and partnerships.

  • Professional Development: Enhance your knowledge and skills through interactive sessions, workshops, and panel discussions.

  • Present Your Work: Showcase your research findings through oral or poster presentations, receiving valuable feedback from experts in the field.

  • Explore Madrid: Madrid, the capital of Spain, is a vibrant and culturally rich city with a lot to offer. From its historic landmarks and museums to its lively atmosphere and delicious cuisine, there's something for everyone to explore and enjoy.

Target Audience:

  • Pediatricians

  • Neonatologists

  • Pediatric Nurses

  • Pediatric Surgeons

  • Researchers and Scientists in Pediatrics and Neonatology

  • Pediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care Specialists

  • Pediatric Cardiologists

  • Pediatric Endocrinologists

  • Pediatric Hematologists and Oncologists

  • Pediatric Pulmonologists

  • Pediatric Gastroenterologists

  • Pediatric Neurologists

  • Pediatric Dentists

  • Pediatric Psychologists

  • Pediatric Pharmacists

  • Pediatric Nursing Educators

  • Healthcare Administrators and Policy Makers

Scientific Sessions

Session 01: Advances in Neonatal Care

Session 02: Pediatric Cardiology and Cardiac Care

Session 03: Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) Innovations

Session 04: Pediatric Hematology and Oncology

Session 05: Neonatal Nutrition and Breastfeeding

Session 06: Pediatric Infectious Diseases

Session 07: Neonatal Neurology and Developmental Disorders

Session 08: Pediatric Allergies and Immunology

Session 09: Neonatal Respiratory Care

Session 10: Pediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes

Session 11: Neonatal Surgery and Surgical Innovations

Session 12: Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition

Session 13: Neonatal Genetics and Genomics

Session 14: Pediatric Critical Care

Session 15: Neonatal Imaging and Radiology

Session 16: Pediatric Nephrology and Urology

Session 17: Neonatal Cardiology

Session 18: Pediatric Dermatology

Session 19: Neonatal Hematology and Transfusion Medicine

Session 20: Pediatric Pulmonology and Respiratory Care

Session 21: Neonatal Infectious Diseases

Session 22: Pediatric Rheumatology

Session 23: Neonatal Ethics and Palliative Care

Session 24: Pediatric Neurology and Neurodevelopmental Disorders

Session 25: Neonatal Follow-up and Long-Term Outcomes

Session 26: Pediatric Surgery and Minimally Invasive Procedures

Session 27: Neonatal Pharmacology and Medication Safety

Session 28: Pediatric Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

Session 29: Neonatal Metabolic Disorders

Session 30: Pediatric Ophthalmology

Session 31: Neonatal Cardiac Surgery and Interventions

Session 32: Pediatric Emergency Medicine

Session 33: Neonatal Audiology and Hearing Disorders

Session 34: Pediatric Dentistry and Oral Health

Session 35: Neonatal Resuscitation and Emergency Care

Session 36: Pediatric Psychology and Mental Health

Session 37: Neonatal Ethics and Family-Centered Care

Session 38: Pediatric Nursing and Clinical Practice

Session 39: Neonatal Transport and Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine

Session 40: Pediatric Research and Innovations

About France VISA

For conference attendance and participation only Business Visa should be applied. Contact your nearest travel agent/visa information Centre/ France Embassy for the correct application form. All visas for visiting Spain shall be processed by respective authorities only upon submission of proper documents through proper channel.

In case of non-furnishing of documents, non-adherence to guidelines visas shall be cancelled by respective authorities. The minimum supportive documents that might be required while applying for France visa include:

  • Letter of Invitation

  • Abstract acceptance letter (if speaker)

  • Registration payment receipt

  • Accommodation confirmation letter issued under conference letter head

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Market analysis

Pediatrics and Neonatology market size was surpassed USD 2.4 billion in 2019 and is expected to register over 7% CAGR from 2020 to 2026. The growing market size is attributed to increase in number of neonatal healthcare facilities across the globe along with rise in number of premature new-borns in both the developed and developing economies.

As per the recent statistic published by a research article, around 11% of the total pregnancies result in premature or early deliveries. In the U.S. alone around 450,000 babies are born prematurely and globally over 15 million new births are early or premature. Hence, the new-born babies that need special care and attention will often need to be admitted in the neonatal healthcare facilities providing technologically advanced treatment and specialized nursing care. Currently, the amalgamation of technology with computer intelligence has extended their support to daily caretakers. Various devices including thermoregulators, monitoring devices such as ventilators, blood gas monitoring systems among others are developed with the latest technology for better clinical outcomes.

However, poor accessibility towards neonatal infant care in the lower-middle and low-income countries will be a major market impeding factor. In the rural and remote areas, the pregnant women need to travel long distance for deliveries, thereby resulting in increasing the gap for necessary and better treatment. Hence, such conditions are responsible for high mortality rate of the new-born. Moreover, poor infrastructure and poor-quality equipment are also one of the major threats to the market growth.

The ongoing pandemic of COVID-19 has somewhat impacted the neonatal infant care market. The pandemic has affected millions of people including adults, paediatric and neonates across the globe. The rapid spread of COVID-19 has resulted in several thousands of hospital admissions, thereby providing demand for medical equipment in facilities. The new-borns and paediatrics are at increased risk of COVID-19 infection as they have underdeveloped immune systems. Hence, several government organizations have established specific regulations and standards for testing as well as efficient diagnostic procedures for the new-borns and paediatric. This will result in stimulating the demand for diagnostic and monitoring equipment for neonatal care during pandemic across the globe.

Rising number of premature births is expected to spur the market value

Increase in number of premature births across the globe will be a prominent factor augmenting the neonatal infant care market growth. The pre-term birth complications are considered as the foremost cause of death among the children under 5 years of age. The preterm birth complications are responsible for millions of deaths across the globe every year and could be prevented with technologically advanced and cost-effective neonatal infant care interventions. The survival rates of the premature babies are quite different around the world. In the low-income economies, around half of the babies are born 2 months early and die owing to lack of cost-effective and basic care. Whereas in the high-income nations, almost all the pre-term babies survive. The optimal use of neonatal infant care technology in middle-income countries is resulting in an increased healthcare burden among preterm babies. Hence, rise in need and demand for neonatal infant care in the middle and low income countries will result in growing market share. 

Regional Insights

North America dominated the market for pediatric home healthcare and held the largest revenue share of almost 35.0% in 2020 due to growing awareness about pediatric home-based medical services. A survey conducted on children with complex medical conditions in the U.S. exhibits that almost 500,000 infants and adolescents with special medical needs require various medical and therapeutic services in their homes. Prolonged hospital stays may significantly increase medical expenditure, whereas pediatric home-based services are cost-effective and improve the efficiency of care for patients. Thus, numerous providers in the U.S. are offering a range of services to meet this growing demand.

Thermoregulation is a critical function which is quite necessary when it comes to the sick neonates and infants. Hypothermia among the neonates increases the probability and risk of morbidity and mortality. The neonates and pediatric are more prone to poor thermoregulation owing to factors such as high metabolism rate, permeable skin, intrauterine temperature, immature vasomotor control, hypothalamus, and central nervous system, among others.

Patient population opting for nursing homes for better treatment option

The nursing homes segment in the neonatal infant care market is anticipated to witness growth of more than 8% through 2026 led by enhanced healthcare facilities, presence of specialized healthcare professionals and increase in number of new-born admissions in the nursing homes. Neonatal nursing is defined as a subspecialty of nursing involving the care of young infants. Rise in awareness with respect to nursing homes, the specialized care they provide and advanced equipment for treatment will drive the market size.

U.S. dominated the North America neonatal infant care market and was valued at USD 773.6 million in 2019. Presence of several major market players in the U.S. will be a substantial factor for the growth of the market in the region. In future, growing healthcare expenditure and increasing number of product approvals will garner considerable North American market share. Increase in number of infant mortalities in the U.S. will be one of the major driving factors as well.

Japan market size was around USD 155 million in 2019 and is projected to expand at a substantial CAGR during the forecast timeframe. Japan is considered as one of the highly favorable countries with respect to infant healthcare. As per the statistics published by the Ministry of Health, Labor, and Welfare, around 1,800 deaths were reported among the infants born before the age of one year in 2017. The neonatal death rate in the country will give rise to necessary market growth opportunities. Also, recent technological developments and high healthcare expenditure will augment the market demand in the region.

Several strategic initiatives undertaken by the major industry players will contribute to the market growth

Some of the major players in the neonatal infant care industry Medtronic, Atom Medical Corporation, Fisher & Paykel Healthcare Limited, and Dragerwerk. The market is fragmented in nature with large corporations and local small players joining the industry competition.

The key industry participants are constantly involved in implementing innovative strategies and technologies to create more opportunities in the healthcare sector. The market leaders are also focusing on several strategic initiatives such as partnerships, collaborations, mergers and acquisitions, new product launches and several market development strategies in order to strengthen their business position.

Recent industry developments:

In May 2020, Drägerwerk AG & Co. KGaA launched Babylog VN600 and VN800 ventilators for premature babies. This product launch will help the company in broadening its customer base with product portfolio expansion.

In January 2017, Natus announced the acquisition of GN Otometrics. This acquisition strengthened the firms hearing screening, balance care tools and hearing diagnostics portfolio with GN Otometrics solutions in the field.

The global pediatric home healthcare market size was valued at USD 37.0 billion in 2020 and is expected to expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.8% from 2021 to 2028. The availability of advanced technologies for providing continuous care and medical assistance at home to Children with Medical Complexities (CMC) is expected to fuel market growth.

Life-sustaining pediatric home healthcare services in a comfortable environment have reduced hospital stays for infants with complex cardiac, neurological, and respiratory disorders. According to the National Survey of Children with Special Healthcare Needs, in 2016, one in every five children aged 5 to 19 requires special medical care. While the prevalence of Children with Special Healthcare Needs (CSHCN) is increasing, availability of pediatric home healthcare services improves the quality of life for these children and radically reduces their medical expense.

Furthermore, an increase in the life expectancy of premature babies due to improved medical interventions has created the demand for in-home pediatric care services. Infants born prematurely and weighing less than 1 pound usually suffer from several chronic conditions, requiring extra care from an early stage. Moreover, assistive devices and equipment such as ventilators, CPAP, gastric tubes, nebulizers, and apnea monitors have allowed infants with complex diseases to be discharged from neonatal intensive care units and continue medical assistance with pediatric nursing care at home. The rising prevalence of chronic conditions such as cerebral palsy, congenital heart diseases, cystic fibrosis, muscular dystrophy, epilepsy, and cancer in pediatric pollution worldwide has created opportunities for key players to invest in the market. According to 2009-10 NS-CSHCN, around 5.6 million children in the U.S. required at least 5 hours of in-home medical care. Parents spend around 1.5 billion hours a year taking care of their children, which leads to an economic burden of USD 3,200 for each family.

Favorable insurance policies aid the rising demand for pediatric healthcare services. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, home healthcare services for children such as nursing care, primary care, personal care assistance, and hospice care are covered under Medicaid. The majority of pediatric expenditure is covered by Medicaid and the remaining is covered by private insurance coverage. For instance, DJK HOME HEALTHCARE LLC- a Texas-based agency-offers various programs waivered by Medicaid such as STAR Kids, STAR Health, Respite, Community Living Assistance and Support Services (CLASS), and CSHCN.

Additionally, the COVID-19 pandemic had a mixed impact on the market for pediatric home healthcare. As the pediatric home healthcare market consists of products and services, both have different effects. COVID-19 pandemic has a positive impact on pediatric home healthcare services as healthcare facility is the best solution to meet the demands of medical treatment in the home itself at the same time the home healthcare minimize the COVID-19 pandemic by limiting the spread of the virus.

Service Insights

The rehabilitation therapy services segment dominated the market for pediatric home healthcare and held the revenue share close to 60.0% in 2020. The segment is expected to witness significant growth over the forecast period. The high probability of premature infants living with neurological and muscular deficits is expected to boost demand for rehabilitation therapy services during the forecast period. The majority of service providers are offering various rehabilitation therapies such as physical, occupational, and speech therapies for kids suffering from autism, ADD/ADHD, cerebral palsy, and muscular atrophy.

The skilled nursing services segment is also growing due to the increase in the number of children suffering from complex medical conditions such as cerebral palsy, cystic fibrosis, asthma, and epilepsy. Skilled nursing services have significantly reduced the inpatient cost of children with medical complexities. According to a study published in May 2018, the average cost of skilled nursing services amounts to USD 450 per day, whereas inpatient care amounts to USD 3,000 per day. Pediatric home care providers are facing major challenges in marinating their nursing staff to provide quality care for children with special healthcare needs. For overcoming such challenges, key players are undertaking various strategic initiatives to strengthen their capabilities. For instance, in July 2017, BAYADA Home Health Care acquired Premier Staffing Solutions. The acquisition was aimed at improving the company’s home nursing care services.

In Asia Pacific, the market for pediatric home healthcare is expected to exhibit lucrative growth during the forecast period. With advances in medical technologies in developing countries, the survival expectancy of premature infants and neonatal babies has significantly improved; however, these babies are at higher risk of developing physical and neurological disorders, requiring in-home pediatric care. Thus, BAYADA Home Health Care has opened several pediatric services in India, South Korea, and New Zealand.

Key Companies & Market Share Insights

Major players are undertaking various strategic initiatives such as mergers and acquisitions, collaborations, and geographical as well as service expansion to drive the market for pediatric home healthcare. For instance, in March 2017, PSA Healthcare and Epic Health Services-two leading companies collaborated to form Aveanna Healthcare LLC, one of the largest pediatric care companies.

In addition, in January 2019, Pediatric Home Service, a Pittsburgh-based company-entered into a partnership with InTandem Capital Partners, LLC, a private equity firm in the healthcare industry. This partnership is expected to expand and strengthen Pediatric Home Service’s position in the local and international markets. Some of the prominent players in the pediatric home healthcare market include: Aveanna Healthcare, Inc.

  • DJK Home Healthcare LLC

  • BAYADA Home Health Care

  • Tendercare Home Health

  • BrightStar Care

  • Angels of Care Pediatric Home Health

  • New England Home Care, Inc.

  • Pediatric Home Healthcare

  • Enviva Paediatric Care

Past conference report

Conference Series hosted the event “32nd International Conference on Pediatrics, Neonatology and Pediatric Nursing” on March 06-07, 2023 in Berlin, Germany. The conferences were organized with a focus on the themes “Advancement in Neonatology to improve pediatrics care and pediatrics nursing” & were a great success where eminent keynote speakers from various reputed companies and Universities made their resplendent presence and addressed the gathering.

The event proceedings were carried out through several Scientific-sessions and plenary lectures, Conference Series would like to express a sincere thankfulness to all the Honourable guests and Keynote Speakers of 32nd International Conference on Pediatrics, Neonatology and Pediatric Nursing. We would like to convey a warm gratitude to all the Honourable guests and Keynote Speakers of Pediatric Congress 2023.

Pediatric Congress 2023 committee would like to convey a warm gratitude to all the Honorable guests and Keynote Speakers, Elizabeth Simon from New York Institute of Technology, USA; Anthony Galea from Galea Professional Medical Inc., Canada; Olivier Morenon from University of Applied Sciences of Western Switzerland, Switzerland; Holly Kooi from Ushine Vienna, Austria; Florian Trummer from Hospital of the Brothers of St. John of God Vienna, Austria; Sejran Abdushi from UBT- High Education Institute, Republic of Kosovo have given a wonderful talk which makes allows the delegates and other attendees to gain the knowledge about main course of the event.

Pediatric Congress 2023 Organizing Committee would like to thank the Moderator of the conference, Julie Benoit from Institut de Formation en Soins Infirmiers, France, who contributed a lot for the smooth functioning of this event and for taking up the responsibility to coordinate during the sessions for smooth functioning of this event. We are indebted to your support.

Conference Series also took the privilege of felicitating Pediatric Congress 2023 Organizing Committee, Keynote Speakers, Plenary Speakers, Chairs and Co-Chairs, Young Researchers and other attendees whose support made the conference a great success.

We also would like to thank all our Speakers, Poster Presenters and Delegates for taking out your time and sharing their research work with our peer network. We are very glad to have shared a great relationship with all these Attendees, associations and we hope to see even greater support in our upcoming events. We would also like to thank Chairs and Co-chairs of the conference, Daria V. Sokolova, Russian State Hydrometeorological University, Russia, Wolfgang Bauer, Michigan State University, USA, David Sanborn Scott, University of Victoria, Canada, Omar Aboelazayem, London South Bank University UK for a being a great support for our event to be a grand success.

Save your dates for the most awaited event of 2024

With a great response and feedback which we received from participants and supporters from Pediatric Congress 2023, we are proud to announce our upcoming conferences in the Series 33rd International Conference on Pediatrics, Neonatology and Pediatric Nursing on November 26-27, 2024 in Paris, France with the theme of ‘Evolving therapeutics in Pediatrics and Neonatology – Heal a child, change the world’.

The main aim of this conference is to solicit the gracious presence of our honourable, to the upcoming conference “33rd International Conference on Pediatrics, Neonatology and Pediatric Nursing” that is going to be held during November 26-27, 2024 in Paris, France, to share and exchange their knowledge.

It is an International platform for business delegates, B2B meetings, poster presentations, workshops, symposia, networking and more. It will offer a platform wherein you can ensure enormous exposure and networking by exhibiting products and services. Grab the opportunities, and share your innovative ideas, new technologies and recent researches.

With the great support we have successfully completed Pediatric Congress 2023 and we are expecting huge response and support from the Healthcare Professionals, Young researchers, Students, Delegates, Directors and other Pediatric related companies to have your gracious presence at Pediatric Congress 2024 in Paris, France during November 26-27, 2024 to make this congress a great successful event of the year 2024.

Join our team Pediatric Congress 2024 at this beautiful city of Spain and let’s make this professional gathering a Great success.

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