Other meetings and events
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Child Bereavement UK
Various Dates and Locations throughout 2016-17
- When a child dies - supporting parents and family members
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Genesis Research Trust: 2016-17 Study Evenings
Scanning on the labour ward: Why how and when: 15 June 2017
Click here for the detailed programme. The study evenings are free of charge to anyone from a North-West Thames referring hospital and offered at the minimal charge of £25 per head to others.
Pre-registration is essential – www.symposia.org.uk
BPNA NeoNATE Course
27-28 April 2017, Hilton Newcastle Gateshead Hotel, Newcastle
A 2-day practical course for anyone who looks after neonates. The aim of this course is to improve neonatal neurological education and therefore improve the diagnosis and management of neonates with neurological disorders. This course has been developed for: Trainees; Consultant Paediatricians; Consultant Neonatologists; Consultant Paediatric Neurologists and Advanced Nurse Practitioners/Consultants .
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Baby Friendly Initiative’s 2nd Neonatal Conference
9 May 2017, University of London, London
Join Unicef UK’s Baby Friendly Initiative at their 2017 Neonatal Conference for an inspiring programme highlighting the latest developments, challenges and innovations around care for the most vulnerable babies and their families.
Speakers include Dr Laura De Rooy from St George's Hospital discussing the use of breastmilk fortifier and its impact on growth, and Karen Read and Louise Rattenbury sharing their experience of implementing Baby Friendly neonatal standards in Royal Devon & Exeter hospital, the first to receive full neonatal accreditation.
Book your place now!
Why Babies Can’t Wait: The Parent Infant Mental Health Showcase
17 May 2017, MediaCityUK, Manchester
The aim of this conference is to showcase some of the Parent Infant Mental Health Interventions on offer for families across Greater Manchester and to highlight the crucial importance of the early relationship in the perinatal period to the well-being of the infant, parent and wider family.
Discussion points include:
For the full programme, including confirmed speakers, and to book, visit here
BAPM members get complimentary free places, contact Sean Evans on email@example.com for more info.
MBRRACE-UK Perinatal Mortality Surveillance 2015 - Report Launch Meeting
17 May 2017, RCOG, Regent’s Park, London
Early Bird bookings and abstract submissions are now open. Click here
How to Reduce your Neonatal Term Admissions
17 May 2017, Mercure Holland House Hotel and Spa, Bristol
This NHS Neonatal seminar will address the causes of term admissions and give you advice on how to improve your MDT. The day will also provide you with evidenced guidance to create an action plan that you can take back and implement in your neonatal service to drastically reduce neonatal term admissions.
Developing the Role of the ANNP
18 May 2017, Mercure Holland House Hotel and Spa, Bristol
This interactive seminar will provide you with the opportunity to come together with other neonatal services to discuss and learn how to maximize the role of your Advanced Neonatal Nurse Practitioners, hear about legal and medical issues and gain a national update on neonatal non-medical prescribing. It will help you to establish the functionality and role of your ANNPs and provide you with insight into how to ensure development and progression.
For further information click here
Effective Prenatal Screening of Congenital Heart Disease course
18-20 May 2017, Royal Brompton, London
3rd Swansea Perinatal Symposium (SWAPS 2017)
19 May 2017, Liberty Stadium, Swansea
Suitable for neonatologists, paediatricians, obstetricians, nurses, midwives and ANNPs. For programme and application form please visit www.swapsconference.co.uk
Abstract for Poster presentation use Abstract submission link
RCPCH Conference 2017: Healthy child, healthy future: the developmental origins of health and disease
24-26 May 2017, the International Convention Centre, Birmingham
The RCPCH Conference is where paediatricians and child health professionals meet to share good practice, discuss the latest clinical issues and explore cutting-edge advances in paediatric research.
Registration is now open, with early bird rates until 17 March.
For further information and to book click here
25th Annual International Neonatal Conference
8-10 June 2017, Durham University, Teesside
2017 REaSoN Neonatal Meeting
2-4 July 2017, University of Warwick, Coventry
The REaSoN Neonatal Meeting is now in its 23rd year and continues to be one of the largest and most successful neonatal conferences in the UK calendar. Bringing together an excellent faculty from the UK and abroad, the meeting will deliver hot topics in neonatology through lectures, discussion and networking opportunities.
This meeting consistently attracts around 350 attendees due to the quality of the stimulating and informative education offered, and its broad relevance to the entire neonatal multidisciplinary team. The 2016 meeting delegate list comprised 51% medical staff and 49% nursing staff.
For further information and to book click here
Achieving the 5 Year Forward View in Perinatal Mental Health Services
3 July 2017, De Vere West One Conference Centre, London
This conference will provide you with practical information and inspiration to take back to your organisation and utilise in implementing and improving perinatal mental health care in line with the 5 Year Forward View.
A 20% discount is available by quoting ref: HCUK20BAPM when booking.(*Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Full T&Cs available upon request.)
2nd Annual International Symposium on the Fetal Brain
24-25 August 2017, Washington D.C., USA
This 2nd annual event will feature discussions led by a panel of international experts in the fields of maternal-fetal medicine, developmental neuroscience, neurogenetics, fetal and neonatal neurology, and imaging.
To learn more about the event, please visit FetalBrainSymposium.com.
National Neonatal Simulation Conference: simulating together to improve Neonatal Outcomes
26-27 September 2017, Grand Habour Hotel, Southampton
10th International Conference on Brain Monitoring and Neuroprotection in the Newborn
5-7 October 2017, Europe Hotel & Resort, Killarney, Ireland
This conference provides a state of the art forum for discussion of current research and clinical care in newborn brain monitoring and neuroprotection. With an international faculty of leading opinion leaders, this conference provides a unique opportunity to hear brain monitoring and neuroprotection discussed comprehensively with an intersection between research and evidence based clinical care at a time when both fields are growing rapidly.
Visit the conference website for more information
NeoCard 2017: 8th Neonatal Cardiology & Haemodynamics Conference UK
10-11 October 2017, Hardwick Hall Hotel, Sedgefield, Co Durham
2 day conference on Patent Ductus Arteriosus (PDA) in the North East of England. Topics include, diagnosis, controversies and management of PDA by leading experts in the field. This conference is suitable for neonatologists, paediatricians, nurse practitioners, trainees and nurses.
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BPNA NeoNATE Course
12-13 October 2017, Holiday Inn Birmingham Airport, Birmingham
This is a 2-day practical course for anyone who looks after neonates. The aim of this course is to improve neonatal neurological education and therefore improve the diagnosis and management of neonates with neurological disorders. This course has been developed for Trainees, Consultant Paediatricians, Consultant Neonatologists, Consultant Paediatric Neurologists and Advanced Nurse Practitioners/Consultants
To book a place visit www.bpna.org.uk/bpna-courses
SIGNEC 5th International Conference
16-17 October 2017, Chelsea Football Club, London
Further information to follow.
Poster session evening of Day 1. The best two posters will be entitled to free registration for the speaker/1st Author. Please send A4 abstract by 1st June, 5pm GMT to firstname.lastname@example.org
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