Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Tuesday, 23/Nov/2021
10:00am
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1:30pm
Juniors: Pre-Conference for Juniors at the SSECR Annual Meeting
Location: Aula 100
Chair: Johanna Quiring, St.Gallen University of Teacher Education

On November 23rd there will be a pre-conference for Juniors at 10 am. We are happy to announce that Prof. Dr. Franziska Vogt will be our guest and share her knowledge and experience about how to make the project you are passionate about relatable to anyone who gives you three minutes of his/her time. You will have the possibility to create and present an “elevator pitch” about your project and research interest(s) and get some feedback.  Of course, there will also be the possibility to have lunch together and get in touch with each other. 

1:30pm
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1:40pm
Alliance Enfance: Welcome: Knowledge Transfer in Early Childhood: How Research, Practice and Politics Can Mobilize Knowledge Together
Location: Room 251 | 252
Chair: Eliane Fischer, Alliance Enfance
Chair: Patricia Lannen, Universität Zürich

"Knowledge Transfer in Early Childhood - Session by Alliance Enfance at SSECR Pre-conference".

Part 1: Insight into research topics and projects: Three input presentations from research and discussion.
Part 2: Expectations of practice from research - research questions, participation, information: with inputs from administrators and practitioners and discussion groups with researchers
Part 3: Future collaboration between research, practice and authorities: Discussion and panel

Important: This session will not be held in English, but in German and French. Simultaneous translation FR-DE / DE-FR will be provided.

1:30pm
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1:45pm
Welcome by Prof Antje Horsch - First Perinatal Research SIG Symposium
Location: Aula 100
Chair: Antje Horsch, University of Lausanne

The First Perinatal Research Special Interest Group Symposium of the Swiss Society for Early Childhood Research (SSECR) is a conference that brings together scientists from diverse disciplines and professions in perinatal research. 

This year's symposium will be titled «collaborate for high quality perinatal care».

We are also very pleased to announce that two renowned experts have agreed to present as keynote speakers at the conference:  

Dr. Alain Gregoire | University of Southampton

Prof. Dr. Jessica Pehlke-Milde | ZHAW School of Health Professions | Institute of Midwifery

Programme 1st Perinatal Research SIG Symposium 2021 

1:40pm
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3:10pm
Part 1: Insight into research topics and projects: Three input presentations from research and discussion
Location: Room 251 | 252
Chair: Eliane Fischer, Alliance Enfance
Teil 1: Einblicke in Forschungsthemen und -projekte 13h40: Spielend IT-Probleme lösen: Konzepte digitaler Transformation im Freispiel im Kindergarten erkunden | Prof. Dr. Franziska Vogt und Dr. Lena Hollenstein, Pädagogische Hochschule St.Gallen 14h10: Zugang zu frühen Fördermassnahmen im Kanton Zürich | PD Dr. med. Michael von Rhein, Universitäts-Kinderspital Zürich, und Etienne Denise Grüebler, Geographisches Institut der Universität Zürich 14h40: Erkennen Kinder zwischen 3 und 6 Jahren Emotionen hinter Masken? | Dr. Myriam Bickle Graz, Centre hospitalier universitaire vaudois CHUV ___________________________________________________________________ I. Introduction aux thèmes et aux projets de recherche 13h40: Résoudre les problèmes informatiques par le jeu : exploration de concepts de transition numérique faisant appel au jeu libre à l’école enfantine | Prof. Franziska Vogt und Lena Hollenstein, Haute école pédagogique de Saint-Gall 14h10: L’accès aux mesures...
1:45pm
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2:15pm
Keynote by Dr Alain Gregoire: Why does maternal mental health matter for research and the society as a whole?
Location: Aula 100
Chair: Antje Horsch, University of Lausanne

Dr. Alain Gregoire is Founder, former Chair, and now Honorary President of the Maternal Mental Health Alliance UK and the Global Alliance for Maternal Mental Health. He is a member of the NICE Guideline Development Group for Antenatal and Postnatal Mental Health and has contributed to the development of policy, guidance, and clinical services in the UK and abroad. He is determined to ensure that all women have access to care for their mental health which is at least as good as the care available for their physical health in pregnancy and postnatally.

2:15pm
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2:45pm
Keynote by Prof Dr. Jessica Pehle-Milde: It does matter how we are born: Using the Quality Maternal and Newborn Care Framework to improve maternal and child health in Switzerland
Location: Aula 100
Chair: Antje Horsch, University of Lausanne

Prof. Dr. Jessica Pehlke-Milde has been a midwife and midwifery researcher for more than 30 years. After training as a midwife in 1987, she worked in all settings of maternity care with a special focus on evidenced based practice. In 2011, she became a Professor and in 2014 head of the midwifery research unit at the Zurich University of Applied Sciences. Jessica's passion is women centred care with the aim of informing and improving maternity care in Switzerland and beyond. Her personal research interests focus on the experiences and perspectives of women and their partners during pregnancy, birth, and the postpartum period. Recent research activities focus on the development and implementation of innovative models of maternity care.

2:45pm
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3:00pm
Break
Location: Foyer 1 & 2
3:00pm
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4:30pm
Perinatal: Oral Presentations - First Perinatal Research SIG Symposium: "Collaborate for high quality perinatal care"
Location: Aula 100
Chair: Antje Horsch, University of Lausanne

The First Perinatal Research Special Interest Group Symposium of the Swiss Society for Early Childhood Research (SSECR) is a conference that brings together scientists from diverse disciplines and professions in perinatal research. 

This year's symposium will be titled «collaborate for high quality perinatal care».

We are also very pleased to announce that two renowned experts have agreed to present as keynote speakers at the conference:  

Dr. Alain Gregoire | University of Southampton

Prof. Dr. Jessica Pehlke-Milde | ZHAW School of Health Professions | Institute of Midwifery

3:10pm
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3:25pm
Break
Location: Room 251 | 252
3:25pm
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4:15pm
Part 2: Expectations of practice from research - research questions, participation, information: with inputs from administrators and practitioners and discussion groups with researchers
Location: Room 251 | 252
Chair: Eliane Fischer, Alliance Enfance

Teil 2: Erwartungen an die Forschung – Forschungsfragen, Partizipation, Information

Diskussionsgruppen (3 parallele Gruppen)

  • Input: Welche Erwartungen haben die Akteure aus dem Feld an die Forschung?

  • Reaktion der Forscher*innen

  • Diskussion

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II. Les attentes du terrain envers la recherche — Problématiques étudiées, participation, transmission de l’information

Groupes de discussion (trois groupes en parallèle)

  • Entrée en matière : quelles sont les attentes des acteurs du terrain envers la recherche ?

  • Réaction des chercheuses et chercheurs présent·e·s

  • Discussion

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Important: This session will not be held in English, but in German and French. Simultaneous translation FR-DE / DE-FR will be provided.

4:15pm
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4:30pm
Break
Location: Room 251 | 252
4:30pm
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5:00pm
Part 3: Future collaboration between research, practice and authorities: Discussion and panel
Location: Room 251 | 252
Chair: Eliane Fischer, Alliance Enfance

Teil 3: Künftige Zusammenarbeit von Forschung, Praxis und Behörden

Diskussion in Plenum mit Podium (je 1 Vertreter*in aus Gruppen)

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III. Collaboration souhaitée entre la recherche, le terrain et les autorités

Discussion en plénière avec panel comprenant un·e représentant·e de chaque groupe

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Important: This session will not be held in English, but in German and French. Simultaneous translation FR-DE / DE-FR will be provided.

Round table: How to overcome the challenges of interprofessional collaboration to advance science and quality perinatal care
Location: Aula 100
Chair: Antje Horsch, University of Lausanne
Chair: Oguz Omay, Les Toises Lausanne
Chair: Jessica Pehlke-Milde, ZHAW
Chair: Manuella Epiney, HUG

Round table

How to overcome the challenges of interprofessional collaboration to advance science and quality perinatal care

Moderator: Dr. Oguz Omay

Multidisciplinary panel of 

Prof. Antje Horsch - Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Alain Gregoire -Psychiatrist

Prof. Jessica Pehle-Milde - Midwife

Prof. Anne-Sylvie Ramelet - Nurse 

Prof. Manuella Epiney - Obstetrician

Dr. Giancarlo Natalucci - Neonatologist

A service user representative - ReNaissances

Dr. Lamyae Benzakour Liaison psychiatrist 

5:00pm
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6:00pm
Apéro riche
Location: Foyer 1 & 2
6:00pm
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6:45pm
Keynote Prof. Dr. med. Oskar Jenni
Location: Room 251 | 252
Chair: Michael von Rhein, University Children`s Hospital

Jedes Kind ist anders: Variabilität als Chance und Herausforderung

Die Variabilität zwischen Kindern ist außerordentlich groß: in der Motorik, den kognitiven Voraussetzungen und den schulischen Leistungen, aber auch in sozialen und emotionalen Fähigkeiten und im Wunsch nach sozialer Anerkennung. Auch das Bedürfnis nach Zuwendung und Geborgenheit ist unter gleichaltrigen Kindern sehr unterschiedlich. Der Vortrag macht diese grosse Vielfalt von Kindern sichtbar, zeigt die Gründe dafür auf und nennt die Chancen, die daraus entstehen. Der Umgang mit dieser enormen Variabilität stellt im Alltag aber nicht selten eine grosse Herausforderung dar. Der Beitrag zeigt anhand von praktischen Beispielen verschiedene Wege auf, wie eine Passung zwischen den individuellen Eigenheiten eines Kindes und seiner Umwelt erreicht werden kann.

This session will be held in German.

6:45pm
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7:00pm
Break
Location: Foyer 1 & 2
7:00pm
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8:00pm
Roundtable Discussion with Flavia Wasserfallen, Simon Sommer, Benjamin Roduit and Andrea Lanfranchi
Location: Room 251 | 252
Chair: Moritz M. Daum, University of Zurich
Chair: Michael von Rhein, University Children`s Hospital

Roundtable Discussion

Discussant: Flavia Wasserfallen, Benjamin Roduit, Simon Sommer, Andrea Lanfranchi

Moderation: Moritz Daum & Michael von Rhein 

Theme: Evidence-informed policy: How can we turn research results about children well-being and development into sustainable policy?

8:00pm
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9:00pm
Farewell
Location: Foyer 1 & 2