Damian Roland is a Consultant & Honorary Associate Professor in Paediatric Emergency Medicine. Join Damian and BAPM for a webinar on Medicine and Social Media. We will cover how social media can be used as a tool for knowledge dissemination, academic exposure, networking and collaborative research. Find out how if social media help you, or your unit, and how to make sure you are not spreading fake news!
An innovative step by step pathway designed to enable neonatal professionals to put theory and evidence behind infant and family centred, developmentally supportive care into practice. It is closely linked to the more advanced NIDCAP training model but aims to support all approaches to early developmental intervention in neonatal care.
The aim of this neonatal study day is to enhance learning and provide the most up to date guidance for doctors, nurses, scientists and allied health professionals looking after neonates and infants with endocrine and metabolic bone disorders.
13 February 2020 8:30am to 14 February 2020 7:00pm
LAUNCH is the only international scientific congress on lung ultrasound in PICU/NICU care. The first congress attracted 300 attendees from 44 countries, the next will be held in Paris at the Eiffel Tower NOVOTEL on Feb 13 and 14, 2020.
"Continuous Learning, Measurement and Improvement" Following the success of the inaugural conference in February 2019, Govconnect are delighted to announce that its 2nd annual Improving Patient Safety & Care Conference will take place on 13th February 2020 at the Royal Society of Medicine, London.
Join Bliss in discussing discharge planning and supporting parents through their neonatal journey. This study day will focus on helping to meet the needs of parents and families. Bliss and experts in neonatal care from across the UK will be sharing information on effective discharge planning and the impact this has on parents, families and staff who spend time on neonatal units.
27 February 2020 9:00am to 28 February 2020 5:00pm
HBB is an evidence-based educational program designed to teach neonatal resuscitation techniques in resource-limited areas. It is an initiative of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) in collaboration with Unicef, the Laerdal Foundation and other partners. It is part of a wider program of neonatal care – Helping Babies Survive – hbs.aap.org.
Exploring how changes in culture and approaches can help improve services. Understanding what is required to support NHS employees through the complaints process. Learn strategies that will enable you to improve organisational development and enhance patient satisfaction.
Paediatrics 2020 is a two-day event comprising all the key topics in the field of paediatrics and neonatology. The 2020 conference promises to be one of the world's leading conferences for health care professionals, bringing together those involved in novel Child Health research.
With the theme 'Challenges in Perinatal Palliative Care' the YHCPCN's Annual Conference will focus on the perspectives of parents as well as professionals. Talks and workshops delivered by local and national speakers.
The first level in the FINE programme, which introduces the scope of family-centred developmental care and the evidence that supports it. A two-day course with presentations, demonstrations and interactive workshops.
This will be the seventh edition of a theoretica-practical course, which is open to paediatricians, paediatric radiologists, neonatologists and sonographers who would like to learn more about neonatal brain ultrasonography.
The conference is a fantastic opportunity for multi-disciplinary teams and other stakeholders to come together to learn how NNAP and NDAU data are used in research and to inform best practice, as well as share ideas for improving health services for neonates and their families.
The conference will focus on the important issue of Saving Babies Lives: Reducing Stillbirth, and implementing the 2019 Version 2 of the Saving Babies Lives Care Bundle. The stillbirth rate in the UK is high relative to other similar European Countries, it has been demonstrated that the implementation of key interventions can lead to reductions in the stillbirth rate in line with the national ambition to reduce the number of stillbirths, neonatal deaths, maternal deaths and brain injuries that occur during or soon after birth by 50% by 2025 and by 20% by 2020.
The twelfth edition of this international course is open to paediatricians, paediatric radiologists, neonatologists, sonographers who would like to learn more about neonatal ultrasonography. The event will cover neonatal:
The RCOG World Congress 2020 provides an unmissable opportunity to hear world leaders in the field and showcase your work to an international audience. Following sell-out Congresses in Cape Town, Singapore and London the next destination will be Muscat, Oman in March 2020.