· Advanced Airway Workshop - 20 September 2017
· CPD Study Day: An Update on Paediatric Anaesthesia – 1 February 2018
· Advanced Central Venous Access for Anaesthetists – 13 February 2018
We hope to see you at the event and if you would like further information please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Royal College of Anaesthetists
The Studio, Birmingham, 7 Cannon Street, Birmingham, B2 5EP
21-22 September 2017
The conference will showcase the best and most up to date evidence in perinatal care through lectures, presentations and workshops, debates and panel discussions
Who should attend:
Anyone who is interested in delivering quality care to babies and their families including consultants and trainees in neonatal medicine and obstetrics, nurse practitioners, nurse, allied health care professionals, parents and advocacy organisations.
Venue: The Oxford Mathematical Institute, Oxford
Dates: 23rd - 24th September, 2017.
Course Duration: 2 days
Further information, including the programme, accommodation and link to registration, can be found at: http://www.epilepsyteachingweekend.com/
For questions regarding online registration and/or meeting logistics, please contact the events team via the following:
Telephone: +44(0)1293 608 750
Dubai International Paediatric Neurology Congress is taking place on 26-28 October 2017 in Dubai, UAE
Dusit Thani Dubai
133 Sheikh Zayed Rd
United Arab Emirates
+971 4 343 3333
ILAE British Chapter Annual Scientific Meeting
Venue: Queens Hotel, City Square, Leeds LS1 1PJ
Dates: 4th – 6th October 2017
- CPD Accredited Conference Programme. 20 external CPD credits awarded by the Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians.
For information about the programme, speakers, the venue, accommodation and travel please visit the conference website –http://www.ilaebritishconference.org.uk/
Do not miss the chance to get the best rate
Book early to take advantage of our early bird discounts
To register for the conference click on the registration link https://events.artegis.com/lw/lp/ILAE2017/ILAE2017?EVENT_ID=12237
As part of the registration process you will have the opportunity to:
- select the pass type and days you will attend
- book your room at the Queen’s Hotel, Leeds
- choose whether you wish to attend the gala dinner (additional charge applies)
- choose any dietary or access requirements you may have
South and South West Tuberous Sclerosis Study Day
Update on TSC Management
Monday 30 October 2017
Mercure Bristol Holland House Hotel, Redcliffe Hill, Bristol BS1 6SQ
We are excited to be hosting another Tuberous Sclerosis Study Day in Bristol.
This meeting is for all professionals working with and supporting children and adults with Tuberous Sclerosis Complex. We are honored to have some prominent figures in the field of TSC to talk at this meeting.
It would be great to see as many of you there as possible.
Please let us know asap, by emailin firstname.lastname@example.org, if you are planning to attend this free conference, as spaces are limited. The hotel is approximately 10 minutes’ walk from Temple Meads train station. Parking is free for delegates.
Please forward this message to colleagues if you think that they may be interested in this meeting.
Please follow the link to see the programme.
Monday 30 October 2017
Places are limited to 110 - Please register early!
Meningitis Research Foundation
MRF Conference 2017
14 - 15 November 2017, The British Museum, London, UK
16th Annual King's Neuromuscular Symposium - follow the link
Friday 26 January 2018
9.30am - 5pm
This educational meeting is aimed primarily at clinicians who treat patients with diseases of the peripheral nervous system and muscle. It aims to provide practical general clinical updates as well as an introduction to the science underlying neuromuscular diseases. It should be of interest to general adult neurologists, clinical neurophysiologists, paediatric neurologists, clinical neuroscientists, allied health professionals and trainees.
This year’s event will again take place on King's College Hospital campus at Denmark Hill, in the stunning contemporary surroundings of the new Fetal Medicine Research Institute. This has a purpose-built lecture theatre and is conveniently located just next to Denmark Hill station at 16-20 Windsor Walk, London SE5 8BB. Denmark Hill is served by frequent direct trains from Victoria, St Pancras and the Thameslink line, Overground services including Clapham Junction and Whitechapel, and Bromley South.
For any questions, contact the administrator: Alexandra McWilliam - Email: email@example.com
Dr Rob Hadden, Symposium Organiser
International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE) British Chapter 4th Clinical Epilepsy Course for Junior Doctors
Follow the link above to register!
Event: 2018 ILAE British Chapter 4th Clinical Epilepsy Course for Junior Doctors and Medical Students
Hosted by: International League Against Epilepsy British Chapter
Date: 15th February 2018
Location: Institute of Neurology, 33 Queen Square, London, WC1N 3BG
Early Bird Rate: £85.55 (includes registration, refreshments, buffet lunch, certificate of attendance)
Working Group “Neurodevelopment and Psychosocial Care from Fetus to Adult” Association of the European Pediatric Cardiologists (AEPC)
BI-ANNUAL CONFERENCE 7-9 MARCH 2018, LEICESTER U.K.
The Working Group “Neurodevelopment and Psychosocial Care from Fetus to Adult” of the Association of the European Pediatric Cardiologists (AEPC) has the pleasure to invite you to their bi-annual conference, 7-9 March 2018, in Leicester, U.K.
The programme aims to provide inspiring presentations and workshops regarding neuro-development and psychosocial aspects of congenital heart defects in all age groups. Included are two keynote lectures by leading international experts:
John E. Deanfield, Barts Heart Centre, London, U.K.
William J. Gaynor, Children’s Hospital, Philadelphia, USA
The conference is an important platform for Neonatologists, Paediatricians, Cardiologists, Cardiac Surgeons, Intensivists, Neurologists, Psychologists, Nurses and other health care professionals and international patients and parent organizations in the field of congenital heart defects.
This multidisciplinary meeting offers ample opportunity for interactive exchange of new insights and share perspective on needs for the future in clinical practice and scientific research.
The programme includes a young investigators competition for the best abstracts.
Themes that will be emphasised during this meeting are
· Fetal/neonatal counselling
· Neurodevelopment outcomes after congenital heart surgery
· Psychosocial functioning among different age groups
· Quality of life with congenital heart defects
· Social issues
For information on the scientific profile and the international fields of cooperation of the AEPC Working Group please visit the AEPC website:
The preliminary programme will be circulated in due course.
Wednesday, 7 March 2018 (start 1.00p.m.) until Friday, 9 March 2018 (closure 1.00p.m.)
College Court, Knighton Road, Leicester, LE2 3UF, U.K.
+44 (0) 116 2449669
Call for abstracts
We welcome abstracts for oral and/or poster presentation, both regarding scientific research and clinical care, related to neuro-developmental and psychosocial aspects of congenital heart defects from fetus to adults.
There will be an award for the best abstract presented by a Young Investigator (age 35 or under). The winner will receive 600 euro after the conference and then another 600 euro when the work will be published in a peer-review journal. Those who submit abstracts need to indicate at that time whether they wish to be considered for the Young Investigator Award. The Scientific Committee will make the decision about the winner after the presentations at the conference.
Deadline abstract submission: 15th October 2017 (midnight of GMT time)
Abstract Submission Guidelines
Authors submitting abstracts for presentation at this conference should consider the following:
- Abstracts should contain the following structure: Introduction, Methods, Results, and Conclusions.
- itles should be indicative of the content of the abstract, without abbreviations in the title.
- Abbreviations may be used in the body text, if they are defined at their first mention.
- The combined length of the abstract body text should not exceed 250 words.
- By submitting an abstract for consideration, the Authors confirm that, if the abstract will be accepted for an oral or poster presentation, the Author or a co-author/presenter will register for and attend the conference.
- Submission: Abstracts should be submitted to: firstname.lastname@example.org with “Abstract submission WG-AEPC 2018” in the subject heading.
- The members of Scientific Committee will review the abstracts.
- Authors will be informed about acceptance of their abstract for oral or poster presentation by the 15th December 2017.
MILD TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY AND CONCUSSION IN CHILDREN
A PRACTICAL APPROACH
27 February 2018
Institute in the Park - Alder Hey Children's Hospital, Liverpool