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21 & 22 March 2015
13 - 17 April 2015
21 & 22 May 2015
11 & 12 June 2015
28 February 2015
8 April 2015
30 April 2015
4 - 6 March
The next scientific meeting of the Society will be held in March 2015. The meeting will be held at the Institute of Child Health with its excellent conference facilities and central London location. The Society Dinner will be held during the meeting.
The event is aimed at attendees at this event who hold/are undertaking PhDs in life and/or population health sciences, whose training has provided them a broad range of transferable skills relevant to a variety of employment sectors.
Speaker:Dr Helen Firth, Consultant
Clinical Geneticist , Cambridge University Hospitals Trust
21 - 22 March
PLEASE NOTE: this course is now fully booked; if you wish to have your name added to the waiting list please send your details to ICH Events at firstname.lastname@example.org
The workshop and presentations will focus on recognising and understanding basic paediatric echocardiography and morphology of the normal heart and hearts with simple lesions. This two day program is designed to take registrants from the basics of normal hearts and simple congenital heart disease to a hands-on imaging workshop in the afternoon.
Speaker: Professor Dimitri Kullmann, UCL Institute of Neurology
13 - 17 April
This five day symposium is an opportunity for an increase in knowledge and understanding in the area of Nephrology, also to exchange and enhance experiences within this field.
Speaker: Dr Rima Nabbout, Department of Pediatric Neurology, Necker Enfants Malades Hospital
21 - 22 May
This two day course is aimed at clinicians working with children with tracheostomies in both the hospital and community setting. Workshops will allow delegates to familiarise themselves with different tubes and problem-solve their application. Participants/lecturer will include members of the Therapy, Surgical and Nursing Teams from GOSH Trust.
Speaker:Professor Theresa Marteau, Institute of Public Health, University of Cambridge
11 - 12 June
This two day course is aimed at Speech & Language Therapists who work with voice disordered children in a community or educational setting. SLT Voice specialists may also find it relevant to their work.
Speaker:Professor Ronald de Groot, Emeritus Professor of
Paediatrics, Radboud Ziekenhuis,
Nijmegen, The Netherlands