BAPM Annual Meetings:


Training in Basic Research Skills for Paediatric Professionals

Tuesday 11th July 2017, 10:00 – 17:30

Education Centre, Morriston Hospital, Heol Maes Eglwys, Morriston, SWANSEA SA6 6NL

This 1 day training workshop will provide delegates with an understanding of why research is important, methods of how to develop a research culture and information on involving your unit in a clinical trial. You will also learn how to approach speaking to parents about research and ask for research consent.

The workshop will include presentations from clinicians, including Dr Sujoy Banerjee and Dr Colin Powell, and parents and the chance to work through example scenarios with feedback from experienced clinicians.

Who should attend:
Whilst the scenarios used relate to neonatal trials, this training is suitable for any paediatric professional (medical, nursing, allied professions) that would like an introduction to research skills.

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2017 Annual Conference, Excellence in Perinatal Practice

21-22 September, The Studio, Birmingham

The conference will showcase the best and most up to date evidence in perinatal care through lectures, presentations and workshops, debates and panel discussions

Who should attend:
Anyone who is interested in delivering quality care to babies and their families including consultants and trainees in neonatal medicine and obstetrics, nurse practitioners, nurse, allied health care professionals, parents and advocay organisations.

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Confirmed Speakers:

Dr Shoo Lee - Quality in Neonatal Care.
Professor Jane Norman - Can we Prevent Preterm Delivery?
Mr James Titcombe and Professor Terence Stephenson - Health Organisations, Professionals and Patient Safety
Professor Dominic Wilkinson - Difficult Decision Making In Perinatal Care – The Role Of The Ethics Team
Dr Andrew Morris - Inherited Metabolic Disease in the Newborn
Dr Chris Gale - Big Data and Point of Care Trials
Professor David Dunger - Insulin-like Growth Factor-1 and Preterm Infants

Also included:

• Practical workshops on Nutrition and Difficult Airway Ventilation

• NNAP 2017 report launch

• Debate - Should preterm babies be made to grow like fetuses?

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"Greatly impressed with the knowledge and experience of the speakers and attendees" BAPM Conference delegate 2016