RESOURCES: OTHER MEETINGS, EVENTS & COURSES
Forthcoming meetings and courses that may be of interest to Neonatal Society members are listed below. Placement of a link on this page should not be interpreted as an endorsement of the meeting or course in question. The Neonatal Society is not responsible for the content of these courses and meetings.
If you would like your meeting advertised here please contact the General Secretary with the relevant details.
BAPM Perinatal Trainees’ Meeting 2017
Tuesday 31st October 2017
RCPCH Offices, London
This meeting is aimed at Paediatric trainees with an interest in Neonatology as well as Neonatal Grid trainees at all stages. A section of the day is intended primarily for those early on in training, with a separate section for those who are nearing completion of training and/or Consultant application. Includes a Lunchtime Career Guidance Surgery.
Further information: http://www.bapm.org./meetings/trainees_info.php
Neonatal Update 2017: ‘The Science of Newborn Care’
November 27th - December 1st 2017
BMA House, London
An international meeting delivering a unique and innovative programme that combines cutting-edge science with best clinical practice.
Full details: www.symposia.org.uk
BAPM Training in Basic Research Skills for Paediatric Professionals
Wednesday 1st November 2017, London
RCPCH Offices, 5-11 Theobalds Road, London, London, WC1X 8S
This 1 day training workshop will provide you with an understanding of why research is important, methods of how to develop a research culture and information on how to bring a clinical trial to your unit. You will also learn how to approach speaking to parents about research and ask for research consent. The workshop will include presentations from clinicians and parents and the chance to work through example scenarios.
Programme Topics Include
- Leading a multicentre trial
- Parents Perspective on Participating in Research
- Research in a neonatal context outside of level 3/NICU.FN"s
The workshops will include presentations from clinicians and parents and the chance to work through example scenarios.
- The research curriculum and how to evidence your research competencies and running a successful journal club
- Parent and professional attitudes to research
Who should attend?
Whilst the scenarios used relate to neonatal trials, this training is suitable for any paediatric professional (medical, nursing, allied professions) that would like an introduction to research skills.
Further information: https://www.bapm.org/events/training-basic-research-skills-paediatric-professionals