Kate Cohen (2015-16) Association of Paediatric Emergency Medicine: RCPCH Conference, Birmingham, 2016: Holes in the Net: A study of safety netting provided by trainees in the Emergency Department. K Cohen, H Jacob, B Lloyd, J Raine
Sabie Rainton (2014-15) British Association of Paediatric Surgery
conference, 'Is general oedema a predictor of mortality in neonates undergoing emergency laparotomy for necrotising enterocolitis'
Sara C. Tho-Calvi (2014-15) British Paediatric Neurology Association annual conference 2016 oral presentation- won the prize for best medical student presentation and European Society for Paediatric Neurosurgery annual congress 2016 oral presentation. 'Clinical features, course and outcomes of paediatric moyamoya from a
ten year cohort from Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children'
Ashira Rabinwotz (2013-14) Young Persons Health Special Interest Group: British Society of Paediatric Dermatology: RCPCH Conference, Birmingham,2013. An exploration of clinicians' understanding and application of guidelines regarding contraceptive advice and treatment for females under 18 years old. A Rabinowitz, L Noble, J Kavanagh.
Lucy Thomas (2013-14) Symposium- Child Protect Special Interest Group: RCPCH Conference, Birmingham, 2013. Unmet health needs identified during child protection medical assessments and their follow-up:A one year retrospective review of medical reports. L Thomas.
Arya-Nousheh Moore (2013-14) UK Children's Cancer and Leukaemia Group: British Paediatric Haematology Society: RCPCH Conference, Birmingham 2013. An exploration of parents' view on shared care in paediatric oncology. A Moore, H Mackinnon, G Sen, W King.
Shivan Kotecha (2013-14) 26th Annual Meeting of the European Academy of Childhood Disability, July 3-5 2014, Vienna, Austria. Abstract as Poster presentation: "Do cognitive profiles of children with ASD presenting for second opinion differ from the general population"
Robert Tuckwell (2013-14) European Academy of Paediatric societies conference, Barcelona 19 Oct 2014. Abstract: "Adolescent Care in ICU: European Society of Paediatric & Neonatal Intensive Care (ESPNIC) Survey."
Eleanor Beagley (2012-13) Poster Presentation at the RCPCH
conference in April 2014. Mental Health needs of Looked After Children
in one of the most deprived boroughs in England. E.Beagley, G Hann, N
Arya-Nousheh Moore (2012-13) Children’s Cancer and Leukaemia Group
(CCLG) Supportive Care Education Day, Weston House/Great Ormond Street
Hospital, 13/9/2013 Abstract Presentation An exploration of parents’
views on shared care in paediatric oncology.
Alex Willsher (2011 - 2012) Presented at the 10th European Congress of
Neuropathology, Edinburgh, June 2012. A novel population of neural progenitors in the
infant hippocampus. S Paine, N Sebire, T Jacques.
Charlotte Cumby (2011-12) Feeding disorders conference 2012. Low levels of knowledge on the assessment of underweight in children and adolescents among middle-grade doctors in England and Wales.
Elizabeth Redman (2011-12) British Academy of Childhood Disability
Annual Scientific Conference 2013 Poster Presentation. Improving the
understanding and management of communication impairment in children
with cerebral palsy: Who should be referred to a tertiary service and
Elizabeth Redman (2011-12) London Deanery 4th Annual Paediatrics
Conference 2012 Oral Presentation. ʻOur experiences of reflectionʼ
Alice Swordy (2011-12) International Oral Presentation: 6th
Europaediatrics Conference, Jointly held with The RCPCH Annual
Conference 5-8 June 2013. The impact of social issues on the health of
children presenting to two tertiary paediatric sickle cell centres.
Frances Warden (2011-12) European Paediatric Rheumatology 20th
Congress, Slovenia PReS-FINAL-1018 Can the CD4/CD8 ratio be used as a
predictive biomarker in extended to be oligoarticular JIA?
Hannah Warren (2011-12) 10th European Congress of
Neuropathology, Edinburgh, June 2012. Poster A novel population of
neural progenitors in the infant hippocampus.
Bryony Alderman (2010-11) British Academy of Childhood Disability, BACD 2nd March 2012. The use of trihexyphenidyl in the management of childhood dystonia- Can a tool be developed to monitor the efficacy and tolerability of this medication?
Charlotte Davies (2010-11) British Transplantation Society Conference, 15th annual congress 22nd-24th February 2012, Glasgow. Poster, The prevalence of de novo food allergy in paediatric renal transplant patients.
Charlotte Davies (2010-11) Royal College of paediatrics and child health. 2012 Annual conference. Glasgow. Tuesday 22nd March 2012. Poster, The prevalence of de novo food allergy in paediatric renal transplant recipients.
Charlotte Davies (2010-11) The Transplantation Society. Wednesday 18th July 2012. 24th international congress of the transplantation society. Berlin. Poster, The prevalence of de novo food allergy in paediatric renal transplant recipients.
Charlotte Davies (2010-11) European society for paediatric nephrology (ESPN). Saturday 8th September 2012. ESPN Annual scientific meeting. Krakow, Poland. Poster, The prevalence of de novo food allergy in paediatric renal transplant recipients.
Laura Haynes (2010-11) National Poster Presentation: RCPCH Annual Conference 2012. Child Protection in Haringey: A Prospective Observational Study and Audit of Child Protection Procedures in Two London Hospitals.
Laura Haynes (2010-11) National Poster Presentation, British Association for the Study and Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (BASPCAN) Congress 2012, Belfast, 15-18 April 2012.
Emma Illingsworth (2010-11) British Sarcoma Group Conference 2013, Nottingham – 27/02/13 – 01/03/13. Symposium – Increasing Sarcoma Awareness Amongst Junior Doctors.
Daniel Ketley (2010-11) Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, Glasgow May 2012. The management of intoxicated young people in the Emergency Department: A Pan-London service evaluation.
This BSc is one of the most unique and diverse offered by UCL and does not disappoint! Highlights include the opportunity to experience life on the wards and clinics of Great Ormond Street Hospital, follow the journey of a family with a newborn baby and simulate acute medical scenarios. This BSc is challenging but equally rewarding and allows for great personal and clinical development.