STAN is a new training course developed to teach and embed the theoretical understanding and practical skills needed for a safe and efficient neonatal transfer. The programme consists of two days of lectures, seminar discussions and high-definition simulation led by consultants and senior clinicians from NTS, London’s dedicated neonatal transfer service.
This is the first international conference of its kind, taking place 31 October – 02 November 2019 in Milan, and will bring together leading international experts across microbiology, immunology, ob-gyn, neonatology, paediatrics and industry, to push forward the emerging area in microbiome.
11 November 2019 9:00am to 12 November 2019 5:00pm
Interdisciplinary forum for scientists, nursing, and practitioners to present their latest research results, ideas, developments, and applications in all areas of Nursing & Healthcare. The conference will bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and scholars in the domain of interest from around the world.
This annual conference is proudly hosted by Bliss, Sands and The Royal College of Midwives. It is firmly established as the leading educational event within the UK, improving the knowledge base of health professionals to better respond to critical illness, loss and bereavement in the delivery of maternity and neonatal care.
The theme this year is "Universal Health Coverage: for all children, everywhere" in line with the World Health Organization’s championing of this agenda to ensure that all individuals and communities receive the health services they need without suffering financial hardship.
Employing talent from all communities and backgrounds, the NHS’s workforce boasts levels of diversity that far outstrip that of the national average. A report conducted by the NHS Confederation however reveals a decline of senior management positions which are occupied by ethnic minority groups.
The theme of this year's Neonatal Nurses Association conference is 'Wrapping the Team around the Family' with topics such as perinatal substance misuse, perinatal mental health, and prenatal domestic violence.
25 November 2019 9:30am to 29 November 2019 1:30pm
This five-day event has an international reputation for delivering a unique and innovative programme that combines cutting-edge science with state-of-the-art clinical practice. The speakers are global leaders in their field and will take you into the future of newborn care. Expect to be stimulated and inspired, as well as educated and informed.
28 November 2019 8:30am to 29 November 2019 5:15pm
This two-day course is aimed at Neonatal and Paediatric trainees, Consultants, Clinical fellows and Associate Specialists. It will provide the essential skills to perform and interpret Neonatal Cranial Ultrasound on the Neonatal Unit.
Join the North West Neonatal Network for a day of updates and learning specifically for ANNPs. All ANNPs are welcome wherever you work and however long you have been qualified. The day will include a Neonatal specific Non-Medical Prescribing update, national updates on what will influence ANNPs in the future and plenty of links to all four pillars of Advanced Clinical Practice. The day also offers a great opportunity to network with other ANNPs from the North West and beyond. At just £35 with lunch included, don't miss out.
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.
A two-day event on paediatric cardiology with 60+ scientific and specialised sessions and sub-sessions on examination and the most recent exploration developments in the field of cardiology and heart surgeries. It is also a platform for young budding researchers and delegates to gain knowledge from doctors and researchers from all over the world with significant experience in the field of paediatrics and cardiology.
This event will focus on the path to the accelerating advancements and innovations in paediatric surgery, with the objective of bringing together paediatricians, neonatologists, experts in child development and other specialists to exchange their ideas and knowledge between the different disciplines for facilitating research and clinical interdisciplinary collaborations.
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.
Research Lake welcomes all paediatric healthcare professionals to attend "2020 International Conference on Paediatrics and Neonatology", which aims to bring together paediatricians, neonatologists, infant specialists, children specialists, adolescent specialists, nurse practitioners and students all under one roof to exchange experiences on paediatric and neonatal research outcomes.