Scientific Program: Symposia

Symposia included in the IPSA 2018 final program are listed by symposium number and date. Please note symposia S01-S09 are on Saturday, April 28 and symposia S10-S19 are on Sunday, April 29, 2018. 

IPSA 2018 Symposia Content

Saturday, April 28, 2018

S01 Development of sleep in the first year of life
Saturday, April 289:40am-11:10am | Room Bordeaux

Chair: Patricia Franco (France)

Using oximetry to measure intermittent hypoxia in preterm and term infants
Dawn Elder (New Zealand)

Body temperatures before and after sleep onset in preterm neonates
Veronique Bach (France)

Longitudinal effects of apnoea and periodic breathing on cerebral oxygenation – a risk for neurodevelopmental impairment?
Rosemary Horne (Australia)

Sleep quality of 8-12 months old infants using Actigraphy and sleep diaries
Frank Wiesemann (Germany)

Early polysomnographic characteristics associated with neurocognitive development at 3 years of age
Patricia Franco (France)

S02 Treatment options and mechanisms in pediatric RLS
Saturday, April 28 | 9:40am-11:10am | Room 341

Chair: Rosalia Silvestri (Italy)

Dopaminergic drugs: Efficacy, limitations and concerns
Arthur Walters (USA)

The role of iron supplementation in pediatric RLS
Rosalia Silvestri (Italy)

Looking to non-dopaminergic treatment for pediatric RLS
Diego Garcia-Borreguero (Spain)

Challenges in treating RLS within comorbid developmental disorders
Osman Ipsiroglu (Canada)

S03 Obstructive sleep breathing in toddlers and children younger than 2 years
Saturday, April 289:40am-11:10am | 342B

Chair: Ha Trang (France)

Similiarities and differences in the OSA in toddlers/young children versus the older
Silvia Miano (Switzerland)

How to evaluate risk factors and potential co-morbidities of OSA in toddlers/young children?
Helena Larramona (Spain)

When and how to treat OSA in toddlers/young children?
Francois Abel (United Kingdom)

S04 Large longitudinal studies from birth/early infancy to childhood/adolescence: Their importance and their contributions to children sleep knowledge
Saturday, April 28 | 11:15am-12:45pm | Room Bordeaux

Chair: Sabine Plancoulaine (France)

Early determinants of child sleep in ELFE study
Sabine Plancoulaine (France)

GUSTO study from early infancy to childhood: Longitudinal sleep trajectories and developmental outcomes
Shirong Cai (Singapore)

Sleep in Australian children: Learnings from 12 years of national data from the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children
Jon Quach (Australia)

Quebec Longitudinal Study of Child Development: An overview and new insights about longitudinal children sleep patterns associated with mental health difficulties in adolescence
Evelyne Touchette (Canada)

S05 The spectrum of hypermotor disorders of sleep in pediatrics
Saturday, April 28 | 11:15am-12:45pm | Room 341

Chair: Rosalia Silvestri (Italy)

Sleep hypermotor epilepsy (SHE) and disorders of arousal in children
Lino Nobili (Italy)

Pediatric Narco-cataplexy: A 24-hour motor disorder
Giuseppe Plazzi (Italy)

PLMD & RLS in children: Comorbidity and treatment
Arthur Walters (USA)

Challenging diagnostic and therapeutic aspects of hypermotor behaviors in neurodevelopmental disorders
Osman Ipsiroglu (Canada)

S06 How orthodontic treatment approaches can improve long term outcome of children with OSA
Saturday, April 28 | 11:15am-12:45pm | Room 342B

Chair: Christian Guilleminault (USA)

Usage of multislice 3D CT to evaluate skeletal effect of RME and to perform regular long-term follow-up
Paola Pirelli (Italy)

OSA and treatment with orthodontist approach: Usage of Bollard implants, who to consider and what are current-outcomes
Stacey Quo (USA)

Bone anchored appliances in pubertal and post pubertal individuals: Difficulties and outcomes
Kasey Li (USA)

Neutral supporting mandibular advancement device with tongue bid for passive myofunctional therapy: Immediate and long-term follow-up
Yu-shu Huang (Taiwan)

S07 New diagnostic tools for sleep disorders in childhood and adolescence
Saturday, April 28 | 2:15pm-3:45pm | Room Bordeaux

Chairs: Angelika Schlarb (Germany), Tamar Shochat (Israel)

The Children’s Sleep Comic: A new self-rating tool for childhood insomnia
Barabara Schwerdtle (Germany)

“How do you sleep?” Sleep as reflected in self-figure drawings of young adolescents living in residential care facilities compared to those living at home
Naama Roth (Israel)

Nightmares effects questionnaire (NEQ): Daytime effects of nightmares
Angelika Schlarb (Germany)

How to annotate videos of voluntary movements
Osman Ipsiroglu (Canada)

Promoting healthy sleep in sleep deprived vulnerable adolescents
Mirja Quante (Germany)

S08 School start time change for adolescents: Finding solutions for a global epidemic
Saturday, April 28 | 2:15pm-3:45pm | Room 341

Chair: Amy R. Wolfson (USA)

View from Croatia: The interplay between chronotype and irregular school start times
Adrijana Koscec Bjelajac (Croatia)

Challenges in implementing and assessing outcomes of SSTC in the UK
Gaby Illingworth (United Kingdom)

Challenges in implementing and assessing outcomes of SSTC in Asia
Michael WL Chee (Singapore)

Health outcomes and SSTC: US experience
Judith Owens (USA)

S09 Pediatric prevention of sleep problems: Approaches from infancy to adolescence
Saturday, April 28 | 4:00pm-5:30pm | Room Bordeaux

Chair: Julia Dewald-Kaufmann (Germany)

The calming response of infants: How do infants respond to swaddling, sound and movement?
Eline Möller (The Netherlands)

A smart crib at home: Potential effects on crying and sleep in infants and the relationships with maternal fatigue and symptoms of downheartedness
Roos Rodenburg (The Netherlands)

Why do children have unhealthy sleeping behavior? Child-, parent-, child health care professional- and sleep expert perceived determinants
Laura Belmon (The Netherlands)

A brief psychoeducative primary intervention to decrease electronic media use at night in adolescents: A randomized controlled trial
Ahuti Das (England)

A preventive adolescent sleep intervention for teachers of secondary schools
Ed de Bruin (The Netherlands)

Sunday, April 29, 2018

S10 Effects of sleep-disordered breathing on blood pressure and its regulation: Evidence from preschoolers to adolescents
Sunday, April 29 | 9:00am-10:30am | Room Bordeaux

Chair: Rosemary Horne (Australia)

Autonomic impact of sleep-disordered breathing in preschool children
Rosemary Horne (Australia)

Effects of obstructive sleep apnoea on blood pressure: Data from a longitudinal follow-up study
Kate Chan (Hong Kong)

The association of sleep-disordered breathing with elevated blood pressure in adolescent subjects: Penn State Child Cohort
Edward Bixler (USA)

Sleep-disordered breathing causes cardiovascular dysfunction – what’s the mechanism?
Raouf Amin (USA)

S11 Sleep and autism: New developments from bench to bedside
Sunday, April 29 | 9:00am-10:30am | Room 341

Chair: Desaline Joseph (United Kingdom)

The interplay of sleep genes and autistic spectrum disorders: The story so far
Thomas Bourgeron (France)

Sleep and circadian rhythms in autism
Carmen Schroder (France)

An RCT sleep behavioural intervention for children with ASD
Emma Sciberras (Australia), Jane McGillivray (Australia)

Pharmacology for sleep problems in ASD: New developments
Paul Gringras (United Kingdom)

S12 Mouth breathing, craniofacial morphology and myofunctional therapy intervention in pediatric OSA
Sunday, April 29 | 9:00am-10:30am | Room 342B

Chairs: Marc R. Moeller (USA), Patrick McKeown (Ireland)

Swallowing analyses in breastfeeding and bottle feeding: Pilot studies to examine the relationship between swallowing and sleep in infants and neonates via videofluoscopy
Esther Bianchini (Brazil)

The correlation between mouth breathing and severity of SDB
Brigitte Fung (Hong Kong)

Rediscovering the relationship between mouth breathing in childhood and malocclusion: What has been understood for over 100 years
Kevin Boyd (USA)

Mouth breathing and craniofacial morphology in OSA pathogenesis: Orthodontic and myofunctional intervention with regard to nasal breathing
Stacey Quo (USA)

Myofunctional therapy by cortical or subcortical networks
Patrick Fellus (France)

S13 Cognitive, behavioral, and academic consequences of inadequate sleep in children
Sunday, April 29 | 10:40am-12:10pm | Room Bordeaux

Chair: Stéphanie Mazza (France)

Sleep and performance on an attention-demanding task
Karen Spruyt (France)

Cognitive dysfunction in children with narcolepsy
Stéphanie Mazza (France)

Sleep-dependent memory consolidation in young patients with attention deficit/ hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
Alexander Prehn-Kristensen (Germany)

Sleep education at school
Amandine Rey (France)

S14 Sleep and metabolic health: Time for behavioral sleep interventions?
Sunday, April 29 | 10:40am-12:10pm | Room 341

Chair: Karine Spiegel (France)

Poor and short sleep and the risk of overweight/obesity in children and adolescents: Meta-analyses of epidemiological studies
Fatima Yaqoot (Australia)

Effects of extended time in bed on food intake and glucose metabolism in young overweight habitual short sleepers: A randomized controlled study
Karine Spiegel (France)

Pediatric obesity: Time for Behavioral Sleep Interventions?
Chantelle Hart (USA)

Pediatric diabetes: Time for Behavioral Sleep Interventions?
Michelle M. Perfect (USA)

Quebec Longitudinal Study of Child Development: An overview and new insights about longitudinal children sleep patterns associated with mental health difficulties in adolescence
Evelyne Touchette (Canada)

S15 Perceptions of sleep and the consequences of sleep disordered breathing in children: An international perspective
Sunday, April 29 | 2:30pm-4:00pm | Room Bordeaux

Chair: Rosemary Horne (Australia)

Examining sleep practices from both a parent and child perspective
Dawn Elder (New Zealand)

Cerebral blood flow response to hypercapnia in children with Obstructive Sleep Apnoea Syndrome
Ignacio Tapia (USA)

Relationship between regional brain tissue changes and outcomes in children with sleep disordered breathing
Rosemary Horne (Australia)

Randomised control study of the effects of adenotonsillectomy on blood pressure in children with OSA
Kate Chan (China)

S16 Chronic sleep deprivation as a unifying markers of sleep disorders in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
Sunday, April 29 | 2:30pm-4:00pm | Room 341

Chair: Michel Lecendreux (France)

Sleep, attention and executive functions in epilepsy with centro-temporal spikes (BECTS)
Alexandre Datta (Switzerland)

Restless sleep and ADHD: The relationship between excessive limb movements and behavioural dysfunct
Oliviero Bruni (Italy)

Sleep and circadian rhythmicity in ADHD
Michel Lecendreux (France)

Sleep phenotypes of ADHD and HD-EEG analysis
Silvia Miano (Switzerland)

S17 Central congenital hypoventilation syndrome: Diagnosis and management
Sunday, April 29 | 2:30pm-4:00pm | Room 342B

Chairs: Ha Trang (France), Jochen Peters (Germany)

Physiology of control of breathing
Martin Samuels (UK)

Clinical presentations of CCHS
Jochen Peters (Germany)

Genetics of CCHS and relationships with phenotypes
Ha Trang (France)

Management of CCHS
Matthias Frerick (Germany)

S18 Pediatric narcolepsy: From clinical features to therapeutic outcome
Sunday, April 29 | 4:10pm-5:40pm| Room Bordeaux

Chair: Judith Owens (USA)

Clinical aspects in the narcoleptic child: How clinical evaluation may orientate towards therapeutic decisions
Giuseppe Plazzi (Italy)

Auto-immunity and pediatric narcolepsy
Lucie Barateau (France)

Pediatric narcolepsy and psychiatric features
Paul Gringras (United Kingdom)

Management of the pediatric narcoleptic patient
Michel Lecendreux (France)

Directions for the future, what can we expect regarding narcolepsy and other disorders of EDS based on current research?
Yves Dauvilliers (France)

S19 Sleep spindles and neurocognition in children
Sunday, April 29 | 4:10pm-5:40pm| Room 341

Chairs: Oliviero Bruni (Italy), Pablo E. Brockmann (Chile)

Sleep spindle development during childhood
Kerstin Hoedlmoser (Austria)

Sleep spindles and neurocognition
Pablo E. Brockmann (Chile)

Sleep microarchitecture in children with disabilities
Oliviero Bruni (Italy)

Memory and sleep: Role of spindles
Kurt Lushington (Australia)



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