5th UKSRG Conference 6 - 7 February 2014
1st European Transoesophageal Echocardiography Course on Congenital Heart Disease 13 - 14 February 2014
Cardiology in the Young 14 - 16 April 2014
15 December 2013
30 January 2014
1 February 2014
The genomic architecture of platelet formation: Lessons learned from population studies and rare platelet syndromes of childhood.
Professor Willem H Ouwehand, University of Cambridge Professor of Experimental Haematology, Honorary Faculty member Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, Honorary NHSBT Consultant in Haematology.
This popular one-day course aims to update Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists and other child mental health professionals on the latest clinical and research findings in child and adolescent mental health.
27 - 31 January
Paediatric Ophthalmology 2014: The Essentials - Clinical Practice, Science and Case Based Challenges
This course is designed for consultants, associate specialists and
specialist registrars who wish to update their knowledge of paediatric
Content will include update sessions, case presentations and keynote lectures.
6 - 7 February
This conference will be of interest to all health care professionals with an interest in swallowing and feeding management and will cover topics from a wide range of disciplines, with state of the art seminars delivered by leaders in the field of dysphagia. Membership of the UKSRG is included in the conference fee.
The review of abstracts is now in process. To enquire about late submission please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
13 - 14 February
This is the world’s first dedicated course on transoesophageal
echocardiography (TOE) in congenital heart disease providing the
participant with the essential theoretical basics, morphological aspects
of common lesions in congenital heart disease as well as practical
aspects of TOE in children and adults with congenital
PLEASE NOTE: this course is now fully booked; if you wish to have your name added to the waiting list please contact ICH Events.
5 - 7 March
The symposium will brings together a number of internationally renowned scientists working in a field of interest in neuropathology. At the remainder of the meeting a range of original work will be presented in oral and poster formats covering many aspects of neuropathology and related neuroscience fields. Members of the British Neuropathological Society should take the opportunity to attend the Business Meeting of the Society and also the Professional Affairs Meeting.
13 - 14 March
This is a highly successful course for consultants and senior trainees covering all aspects of paediatric otolaryngology.
The strength of this course lies in the expert and highly experienced faculty with the leading paediatric otolaryngologists from all over the UK.
An annual series of study days which aim to help clinicians update and improve
their approach to the diagnosis and management of neurological problems
Each day focuses on a different range of subjects - delegates can attend for the whole course or for individual days.
31 March - 4 April
From basic science and clinical review to state-of-the-art lectures: your opportunity to hear world experts explore common topics in paediatric nephrology and urology.
Each day’s programme will run from 09.00 to 17.00 or 18.00. On Tuesday and Thursday there will be smaller group workshop sessions.
On Monday afternoon there will be a session of case studies in Renal Pathology. A nominal fee will be charged for delegates only wishing to attend this session.
14 - 16 April
Cardiology in the Young is the Great Ormond Street Hospital Cardiac
Unit’s flagship annual international paediatric cardiac conference.
This lecture-based interactive conference is attended by paediatric
cardiologists, surgeons, nurses, intensivists, anaesthesiologists,
paediatricians, sonographers, perfusionists and all those involved in the
care of neonates, children and young adults with cardiovascular disease
from centres around the world.
1 - 2 May
This popular course combines lectures with practical workshop sessions. The programme includes a wide range of topics including initiation, maintenance, weaning off assisted ventilation and special ventilatory techniques.
The 4th UK Paediatric Neuropsychology Symposium will take place at the UCL Institute of Child Health, London between 19-23 May 2014. This symposium will provide a contemporary account of neuropsychological findings investigating atypical developmental pathways.
As well as standard registration to attend in person, it is
also possible to register for ON-LINE ONLY access to the conference.
Lectures will be filmed and broadcast on the secure conference website
remaining accessible until 30th September 2014.