BAPM Annual Meetings:


BAPM Annual General and Scientific Meeting 2016: 40 Years of BAPM

15-16 September 2016, Watershed, Bristol

Registration is now open for the Annual General and Scientific Meeting 2016.

2016 marks 40 years of BAPM. To celebrate this milestone we have a very special meeting planned. We have a session looking at the past, present, and future of BAPM and Neonataology, and we have a number of very special invited guests making an appearance too.

Also new to this meeting we have introduced two breakfast sessions that will take place on the morning of Friday 16 September 2016. Places for these will be restricted on a first come, first served basis so do arrive early on the day to ensure your place.

Our annual Gala dinner this year will take place aboard the Brunel ss Great Britain, where attendees will have the opportunity to receive a guided tour as part of the entry fee. Following the meal, entertainment will continue until late aboard the ship.

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Training in Basic Research Skills for Neonatal Professionals

Monday 17th October 2016, RCPCH, London

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 how to bring a clinical trial to your unit. You will also learn how to approach speaking to parents about research and ask for research consent.

The workshop will include presentations from clinicians and parents and the chance to participate in role-play scenarios with feedback.


BAPM Perintal Trainees' Meeting 2016

Tuesday 18th October 2016, RCPCH, London

Registration is now open for the Perinatal Trainees Meeting 2016. This hugely popular meeting is once again providing a number of very interesting talks aimed at Paediatric and Neonatal Trainees. We also have the ever popular lunchtime surgeries, where attendees will have the opportunity to have a one-on-one advice session with one of the speakers regarding any aspect of their career. Places are limited so please do book early to avoid disappointment.

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