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School of Public Health

School of Public Health

School of Public Health

Neonatal Update 2022 - The Science of Newborn Care

Neonatal Update 2022 - The Science of Newborn Care

Description

The Neonatal Update is an annual event, recognised for including contributions from a wide range of world-leading scientists and clinical researchers, some with no direct involvement in newborn care. This year it will a hybrid event with some delegates joining us in BMA House in London, and others joining online.
The aim is to introduce delegates to areas of science they might not necessarily meet in their day to day activities, widen horizons and foster new collaborations.
This year the talks will not be pre-recorded but will be posted on the website and available for all delegates until October 2023.

Fees

Physical tickets for attendance at BMA House, London:

  • Full week: £895 (Early bird before 31 July £760)
  • 4 days: £760
  • 3 days: £600
  • 2 days: £420
  • 1 day: £240

Includes:

  • Full academic programme.
  • Light breakfast daily;
  • Substantial buffet lunch;
  • 3 servings of Fair Trade coffee and tea, with biscuits/cake.
  • Copy of the special edition of Early Human Development with papers from Neonatal Update speakers;
  • ‘Champagne’ Reception for delegates and speakers

 

Virtual fees:

  • Individual before 31 July £150
  • Individual after 1 August £200

 

Group Bookings:

  • Groups of 5-9 (booked together) £100/delegate
  • Groups of 10+ (booked together) £ 50/delegate

 

For group bookings: one payment for the whole group should be paid and then the details of the whole group sent by email to:
[email protected] in an Excel format giving Surname, first name, Title (Dr, Prof, etc), email. Each group delegates will have individual logon rights.

 

 Workshop Bookings

(for delegates in BMA House only)

  •  Fees £25 per delegate

Workshop session 1A (13.30 – 15.00)
(physical delegates only)

Overcoming Challenges in Deferred Cord Clamping:  
Dr Bill Yoxall, Liverpool Women’s Hospital  (in association with Inspiration Healthcare)

Workshop session 1B (13.30 – 15.00)
(physical delegates only)

Nuts and bolts of neonatal lung ultrasound:
Professor Francesco Raimondi, University of Naples and Dr Almudena Alonso- Ojembarrena, Hospital Puerta del Mar, Cadiz

Neonatal Update 2022: Workshop session 1C (13.30 – 15.00)
(physical delegates only)

Interpreting neonatal ventilator waveforms and loops: a practical approach:
Dr Guszstav Belteki, The Rosie Hospital Cambridge (in association with Vyaire Medical)

Workshop session 2D (15.15)
(physical delegates only)

Overcoming Challenges in Deferred Cord Clamping:  
Dr Bill Yoxall, Liverpool Women’s Hospital  (in association with Inspiration Healthcare)

Workshop session 2E (15.15)
(physical delegates only)

Nuts and bolts of neonatal lung ultrasound:
Professor Francesco Raimondi, University of Naples and Dr Almudena Alonso- Ojembarrena, Hospital Puerta del Mar, Cadiz

Workshop session 2F (15.15)
(physical delegates only)

Interpreting neonatal ventilator waveforms and loops: a practical approach:
Dr Guszstav Belteki, The Rosie Hospital Cambridge (in association with Vyaire Medical)

 

Further information

Please see our website for full details.

 

Enquiries

[email protected]

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