Conferences and Study Days
Here is a list of forthcoming meetings, conferences and study days. To add your event to the list simply or telephone (01279) 714508
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Venue: Virtual online
This conference focuses on meeting the national maternity safety ambition, to halve rates of perinatal mortality from 2010 to 2025, and implement the Saving Babies Lives Version 3 Care Bundle.
Venue: Virtual online
An informative conference that aims to support recognition and response to maternal deterioration, improving care for expectant mothers and their newborns. The conference will explore how the Maternity Early Warning Score (MEWS), NEWTT2 and the Perinatal Optimisation Care Pathway have been adopted in organisations across the country and the impact that has been seen in recognising and responding to deterioration in maternity care. Case studies will be used to review guidelines and protocols for sepsis management and postpartum haemorrhage, as well as strategies to train and educate frontline staff for effective communication across teams.
Venue: Virtual online conference
This one-day virtual conference will present the findings of the MBRRACE-UK confidential enquiry into baby deaths, exploring the impact of ethnicity on care and outcomes and the National Perinatal Mortality Review Tool Annual Report 2023. For any health professional involved in the delivery of maternity and neonatal care.
Hosted by the Harris Centre, University of Liverpool and The Cheshire and Merseyside Women’s Health and Maternity Programme, this conference is for clinicians and scientists working in preterm birth prediction, prevention and optimisation. A place to share research, audit and service evaluation work and hear about the latest developments in the field.
Venue: Marriott Hotel, Bristol
The 50th annual conference of the British Paediatric Neurology Association hopes to share innovation, promote and create collaboration, and showcase achievements. There will be some new and returning features including research workshops, the annual general meeting, specialist interest groups, etc. Abstract submission deadline: 4 September 2023.
Venue: Haydock Park Race Course, Newton-le-Willows. There is an option to attend this event virtually however delegates are encouraged to attend in person.
Organised by the North West Neonatal Operational Delivery Network, this annual study day offers an opportunity to learn and network with neonatal colleagues. The day will include talks from specialists within the neonatal multidisciplinary team and interactive workshops. The target audience includes: neonatal doctors, nurses, ANNPs, AHPs, pharmacists, physician assistants and maternity colleagues.
Venue: The Grand Hotel, Leicester and online
The BAPM Spring Conference 2024 is aimed at an audience of paediatric and neonatal trainees at all levels of training, advanced neonatal nurse practitioners and allied health professionals. The conference will deliver the latest updates on essential clinical topics as well as the chance for delegates to network and learn together.
Venue: Novotel Leeds Centre
Neonatal Neurology Assessment and Treatment Education (NeoNATE) has been developed by the British Paediatric Neurology Association to improve neonatal neurological education and the diagnosis and management of neonates with neurological disorders. NeoNATE is a practical two-day course consisting of lectures and interactive workshops delivered by a faculty of paediatric neurologists and neonatologists. It offers an introduction to neurological assessment in neonates and covers a wide range of conditions (eg neonatal seizures, hypoxic ischaemic encephalopathy, haemorrhagic lesions, perinatal stroke, hydrocephalus, neural tube defects, etc).
Venue: Halliwell Jones Stadium, Warrington
A study day for post-QIS neonatal nurses organised by the North West Neonatal Operational Delivery Network Cheshire and Merseyside Educators Group. There is a packed agenda of speakers with a neonatal nursing background to inspire the next generation in their future career progression. Talks on the day will include: golden hour, optimisation, LISA and post-QIS career progression.
Venue: Venice, Italy
A global meeting for perinatal research and a forum to discuss current cutting edge, state of the art, multinational/multicentre research. All multi-professional groups are welcome: perinatal researchers, methodologists, basic scientists, qualitatively researchers, social media experts, family engagement experts. Organised by the European Association of Perinatal Medicine.
Venue: Porto, Portugal
The European Academy of Paediatrics (EAP) conference promotes the health of children and young people, aiming to improve standards in training, service and research. The conference includes the MasterCourse workshop, which this time focusses on vaccines and paediatric infectious diseases.
Europaediatrics is the major scientific event of the European Paediatric Association and the Union of National European Paediatric Societies and Association (EPA-UNEPSA). The scientific programme will commence with a series of workshops along with keynote lectures, symposia, debates, free communications, poster presentations and meet the expert sessions.
Venue: Rome, Italy
The European Society for Paediatric and Neonatal Critical Care Congress offers cutting-edge scientific and educational content with engaging paediatric and neonatal intensive care sessions. Learn about the latest breakthroughs via plenary lectures, keynote speakers, parallel seminars and poster sessions. Abstract submission deadline: 17 January 2024.
Venue: Holywell Park Conference Centre, Loughborough University and virtual online
REaSoN has evolved over 30 years as a prestigious and educationally rewarding annual conference for doctors, nurses, ANNPs, nurse educators and others with a shared interest in neonatology. The meeting provides dedicated sessions that cover current research evidence, quality improvement, nursing hot topics, ethics and frontier science. It attracts leading UK and International speakers and lively debate is encouraged. Early bird registration before 4 March 2024.
Venue: Ljubljana, Slovenia
This is the first joint congress of the Union of European Neonatal & Perinatal Societies (UENPS) and the European Foundation for the Care of Newborn Infants (EFCNI). Save the date – more information to follow.