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7th Congress of the European Academy of Paediatric Societies (EAPS 2018) 
Click here for more info: http://www.eaps.kenes.com/2018
 

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The XII International Conference on Kangaroo Mother Care will take place 14-17 November 2018, in Bogota, Columbia.
The workshop (November 14-15, 2018), for about 300 participants working on KMC implementation at country level. The objective is to present, discuss in detail and share experiences that will lead to a better understanding of the difficulties and needs for KMC implementation at country level.
The congress (November, 16-17, 2018), in which we expect 400 participants, will focus on neuro-protection of the brain of the premature and LBW infant through KMC. We will invite speakers and discussants for keynote lectures, symposia and panel discussions on this topic. There will also be a call for abstracts and among the accepted ones; the Scientific Committee will select some for oral as well as poster presentations.
See the web site for more information: http://www.inkmc.net/

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The 17th of November each year is the World Prematurity Day. Originally started by parent organisations in Europe in 2008, the World Prematurity Day is an international event aiming at high-lighting the ~15 million infants born preterm each year.
Read more about this day on the March of Dimes web site, and on Facebook.

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Come to the Neonatal Update 2018, 19-23 November 2018.
This annual 5 day international meeting has grown to become one of the largest annual speciality meetings in neonatal medicine. As a forum for the discussion of state of the art clinical practice and new research, it attracts senior neonatal and paediatric clinicians from around the world.
The Neonatal Update 2018 will be held at BMA House, Tavistock Square, London WC1H 9JP. It is a grade II listed building which was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens, and has been the home to the British Medical Association since 1925. It is conveniently located only a few minutes’ walk from Kings Cross, St Pancras, Euston and Russell Square stations, providing easy access around London, the rest of the UK and with Europe via Eurostar.
Find more info on this URL: https://www.symposia.org.uk/neonatal/home.html

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  • 07 April 2019      10 April 2019

    Our 3rd 2019 Meetup will take place at Rigshospitalet in Copenhagen, Denmark,  7-10 April 2019.
    While we have the dates and venue set, we have just started to brainstorm about the program.
    Share your input on topics and speakers here! As previous years, we are specifically interested in topics with a high clinical relevance, shared by dedicated speakers.
    And yes, we will keep the same format, i.e. a rather short lecture of ~30 minutes, and a ~15 minutes interactive part with polls, questions and discussions IRL and through the sli.do smartphone app.
    See you in Copenhagen!

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  • Upcoming Events

    • 14 November 2018 Until 17 November 2018
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      The XII International Conference on Kangaroo Mother Care will take place 14-17 November 2018, in Bogota, Columbia.
      The workshop (November 14-15, 2018), for about 300 participants working on KMC implementation at country level. The objective is to present, discuss in detail and share experiences that will lead to a better understanding of the difficulties and needs for KMC implementation at country level.
      The congress (November, 16-17, 2018), in which we expect 400 participants, will focus on neuro-protection of the brain of the premature and LBW infant through KMC. We will invite speakers and discussants for keynote lectures, symposia and panel discussions on this topic. There will also be a call for abstracts and among the accepted ones; the Scientific Committee will select some for oral as well as poster presentations.
      See the web site for more information: http://www.inkmc.net/
    • 17 November 2018
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      The 17th of November each year is the World Prematurity Day. Originally started by parent organisations in Europe in 2008, the World Prematurity Day is an international event aiming at high-lighting the ~15 million infants born preterm each year.
      Read more about this day on the March of Dimes web site, and on Facebook.
    • 19 November 2018 Until 23 November 2018
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      Come to the Neonatal Update 2018, 19-23 November 2018.
      This annual 5 day international meeting has grown to become one of the largest annual speciality meetings in neonatal medicine. As a forum for the discussion of state of the art clinical practice and new research, it attracts senior neonatal and paediatric clinicians from around the world.
      The Neonatal Update 2018 will be held at BMA House, Tavistock Square, London WC1H 9JP. It is a grade II listed building which was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens, and has been the home to the British Medical Association since 1925. It is conveniently located only a few minutes’ walk from Kings Cross, St Pancras, Euston and Russell Square stations, providing easy access around London, the rest of the UK and with Europe via Eurostar.
      Find more info on this URL: https://www.symposia.org.uk/neonatal/home.html
    • 24 January 2019 Until 25 January 2019
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      The goal of this event is to increase skills on the use of NAVA ventilation in the NICUs, which already have some experience of NAVA and they have a Servo-i or Servo-n ventilator.
      Last 5 places available!
      Date: 24-25.01.2019
      Location: Turku, Finland
      Registration fee: 600€ + taxes (incl. lunches and refreshments during the workshops) 
      How to register: contact Hanna Soukka (hanna.soukka@utu.fi or NAVA@tyks.fi before November 30, 2018)
      Preliminary program is attached below.  In case of any questions, don't hesitate to ask here or email!
       
      On behalf of Hanna Soukka and Baby Friendly Ventilation Study Group,
      Cath Friday
      NAVA workshop January 2019 invitation letter and preliminary program.pdf
    • 31 January 2019 Until 01 February 2019
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      Check this course out, 31/1-1/2 2019.
      Click on the topic below to get all info about the course, incl the registration link.
       
       
    • 07 April 2019 Until 10 April 2019
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      Our 3rd 2019 Meetup will take place at Rigshospitalet in Copenhagen, Denmark,  7-10 April 2019.
      While we have the dates and venue set, we have just started to brainstorm about the program.
      Share your input on topics and speakers here! As previous years, we are specifically interested in topics with a high clinical relevance, shared by dedicated speakers.
      And yes, we will keep the same format, i.e. a rather short lecture of ~30 minutes, and a ~15 minutes interactive part with polls, questions and discussions IRL and through the sli.do smartphone app.
      See you in Copenhagen!

    • 17 September 2019 Until 21 September 2019
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    • 18 September 2019 Until 22 September 2019
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      the 3rd Congress of Joint European Neonatal Societies (jENS)
      18. Sep 2019 – 22. Sep 2019
      Maastricht, Netherlands
      URL will be posted later.
       
    • 20 October 2019 Until 23 October 2019
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      Investing in a Healthy Future for All: Research, Education, Policy.
      Participate in the 11th DOHaD World Congress which will be held in Melbourne, Australia in October 2019.  The Congress is hosted by the DOHaD Society of Australia and New Zealand.

      The Congress theme is Investing in a Healthy Future for All: Research, Education, Policy.  The Congress will bring together basic and clinical researchers and health care professionals from around the world to address the many challenges that currently impact the health of mothers and fathers, babies in the womb, infants, children and adolescents, as well as explore solutions, interventions and policies to optimise health across the lifespan.

      Click here to reach the conference web site!
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