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16 &17 September 2015
21 & 22 September 2015
23 September 2015
7 August 2015
9 August 2015
9 August 2015
5 September 2015
Speaker:Professor Karen Steel, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, Kings College London
16 - 17 September
We are pleased to launch this new two-day course aimed to provide key learning points and totally up-to-date information across general paediatrics. Practical, interactive & suitable for consultants, trainees and allied professionals.
This one-day course is aimed at healthcare and related professionals and will introduce participants to the cutting-edge genomics technologies, data analysis methods and resources that are increasingly being adopted by NHS laboratories. The course aims to explain how genomic medicine is becoming part of the day-to-day work of clinical laboratories and is based on real clinical cases.
21 - 22 September
Aetiological Investigation of the babies identified by the Newborn Hearing Screening Program and diagnosed to have a hearing loss (from mild to profound), also covering investigation of older children, unilateral and progressive hearing loss & Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorder.
This one-day course will cover updates on Aetiology of hearing loss, Genetics, Implantable hearing aids, Auditory Processing disorder, ANSD, etc.
We will discuss latest thinking, presentation, diagnosis , and management.
This annual symposium focuses on aspects of paediatric surgery, providing an insight into innovation and current practice, with speakers from the major centres of excellence in the field.
9 - 10 October
This two day conference will cover the very latest research on in utero transplantation, fetal immunology and fetal gene therapy. Following the successful inaugural international conference in San Francisco in April 2014, the theme of this second meeting is “Translating fetal stem cell and gene therapies into the clinic”.
Speaker:Professor Sir Tom Blundell, Sir William Dunn Professor of Biochemistry, University of Cambridge
This one day course aims to give a full overview of paediatric nephrology by selecting different themes each year and presenting them in a way which will be suitable for general paediatricians.
The purpose of this annual course is to provide an update on current practice in paediatric respiratory medicine on an everyday basis. The programme and range of issues covered will be suitable for everyone concerned with paediatric respiratory medicine. The course will be of interest to all paediatricians, specialist trainees and nurse practitioners in respiratory paediatrics.
This course will appeal to all radiologists (consultants and trainees), radiographers and clinicians interested in paediatric neuroimaging. The content covers the breadth of day to day paediatric neuroradiology practice and aims to equip the practitioner with key image interpretation skills, focussing on diagnostic pearls and pitfalls one commonly encounters in paediatrics. The lecturers on the course are all Consultant Neuroradiologists at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust.
23 - 27 November
This course is designed for consultants, associate specialists and specialist registrars who wish to update their knowledge of paediatric ophthalmology.
Content will include update sessions, case presentations and keynote lectures.
28 - 29 November
More and more children with congenital heart disease are
surviving into adulthood and those working in adult cardiology are increasingly
finding themselves dealing with patients who have undergone treatment for
congenital heart disease.
This two day course looks at the morphology of different cardiac lesions and the pre and post-operative echo assessment required for these patients.
3 - 4 December
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.
Speaker: Professor Nazneen Rahman, Division of Genetics & Epidemiology, The Institute of Cancer Research
4 - 5 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.
21 - 23 March
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, anaesthetists, paediatricians, sonographers, perfusionists and all those involved in the care of neonates, children and young adults with cardiovascular disease from centres around the world.