24 September 2020 12:00pm to 15 October 2020 1:00pm
This year the Annual Joint Neonatal Conference is virtual! One registration will be valid for all four webinars. This exciting webinar series will bring together prominent speakers from across medical, nursing and therapy professions to present and discuss current research and best practice.
The neonatal difficult airway course (NDAC) was established in 2012 as a QI initiative in airway training. The aim is to help individuals, institutions, hospitals, teams and co-specialties develop skills in crisis resource management, human factors and advanced neonatal airway stabilisation.
The Neonatal Cardiology and Haemodynamics Conference is an annual international conference usually held in the North East of England. It is aimed for Neonatologists, Paediatricians, Paediatric cardiologists, Paediatric intensivists, Advanced neonatal nurse practitioners and Neonatal nurses. The conference includes case based discussions, hot topics and lectures on controversies, ethics, research and evidence based practices given by international experts in the field.
With the theme: “Emphasising challenges in paediatrics and neonatal research”, the World Congress on Neonatology and Paediatrics, organised by the ConferenceArk Group, is based on a global perspective of practical problems in neonatology where delegates from all over the world are welcome to actively participate in debates with the key opinion leaders about state-of-the-art topics in neonatology.
Working with NICU teams over three days to teach and support staff to build more equal relationships with NICU families, and, in so doing, deliver change and improve experiences of care. The course will provide practical training in this new way of working to support the implementation of Schwartz Rounds for NICU teams.
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 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:
29 October 2020 12:30pm to 30 October 2020 11:00pm
The aim of the SIGNEC & Neonatal Quality Improvement Conference 2020 is to facilitate knowledge sharing, networking and collaboration to optimise research and improvements in practice. Neonatologists, paediatricians, surgeons, dieticians, transfusion medicine specialists, epidemiologists, basic science researchers, nurses, trainees and other healthcare professionals with an interest in NEC and healthcare improvement are welcome.
As many will know, this international meeting has been running in London for around 40 years. But 2020 is different in so many ways. We have moved to an innovative new virtual platform that will provide 20 pre-recorded lectures from 2 November 2020, from eminent speakers who are leaders in their field. This will be followed, from 16 November, by a schedule of hour-long live sessions with each of the speakers that will include a 20-minute lecture resumé – 20 minutes taking pre-submitted questions, and 20 minutes live discussion.
18 November 2020 9:00am to 21 November 2020 5:00pm
With the theme "Everyday Practical Challenges in Neonatology", the Congress is organised in collaboration with reknown experts, the Italian Society of Neonatology (SIN) and Europeans Against Infant Brain Injury (EURABI).
19 November 2020 9:00am to 21 November 2020 5:00pm
COGI is a 'concept congress' dealing mainly with controversial issues in the broad field of Women's Health, in the format of debates and discussions, and allowing ample time for speaker-participant interaction. The congress gives key-opinion leaders from around the world the opportunity to effectively debate clinical and therapeutic dilemmas and other key issues facing clinicians in their daily practice.
The RECAP preterm platform promotes collaborative research by pooling data from very preterm cohorts and provides exciting opportunities to generate new knowledge about the consequences of preterm birth.
This ESPGHAN online conference will compromise a faculty consisting of scientific and clinical experts in the prevention, diagnosis, prediction, and management of Necrotising Enterocolitis (NEC) as well as parents to talk about their experiences. The faculty will be internationally recognised experts in their fields. The presentations will consist of state-of-the-art lectures, covering the basic science of underlying mechanisms, along with clinical aspects of prevention and management.
This very successful multi-professional study day will aim at exploring a range of topics related to the nutritional needs of premature and sick babies. Following talks from expert speakers, participants will have the opportunity to apply their knowledge to a range of case studies in small multi-professional groups.
The aim of this two-day course is to improve neonatal neurological education and therefore improve the diagnosis and management of neonates with neurological disorders. In the meantime, the BPNA also has distance learning modules for you to enrol on.
The 11th DIP Symposium aims to highlight the progress of pregnancy – from pre-pregnancy, trimester by trimester, to labor, delivery and post-partum care. Focus will be placed on the prediction and prevention of pregnancy complications – hyperglycemia, hypertension – preeclampsia, preterm birth, NCD’s (Non-Communicable Diseases) and pregnancy, fetal growth and others, as well as the cycle of future NCD’s that begins during the intrauterine life – onto mother and offspring.