Thursday 15 September
Friday 16 September
|Early interventions in ASD for community paediatricians (Prof Ann Le Couteur, Newcastle University)||What do community paediatricians do? Key findings from the workforce planning project
(Dr Gabrielle Laing, BACCH Chair)
|A new landscape in SEN & disability – two years in what has changed; what challenges remain?
(Amanda Allard, Council for Disabled Children)
|Visual impairment – where are we now?
(Dr Katherine Spowart, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde)
|Bladder & bowel difficulties in children with neurodevelopmental disability
(Dr Anne Wright, Evelina London Children’s Hospital)
|What does the SPARCLE study tell us about the lives of children & young people with cerebral palsy across Europe? (Prof Allan Colver, Newcastle University)|
Workshops Thursday 15th
Workshops Friday 16th
Prices start at £50 (charity rate for delegate pack insert).
Please contact Isabelle Robinson with any queries.
|Year||Title and Programme||Location|
|2014||Developments in Community Child Health: what’s new?||Cardiff|
|2013||Getting it right for children: Improving clinical care||Cardiff|
|2012||Action in an Age of Austerity||Birmingham|
|2011||Investing in Children - Size Matters||Birmingham|
|2010||Safe & Sound||Edinburgh|
|2009||Adolescent Health (Joint meeting with BAGP)||Leeds|
|2008||Early Years Matter||Leicester|
|2007||Teaching, Training, & Improving our Skills||Reading|
|2006||New Problems, New Solutions||Reading|
|2005||Children’s nutrition in the 21st century||Reading|
|2004||Children’s Emotional Health - Our Primary Challenge||Reading|
|2003||Clinical Guidelines: who needs them?||Reading|
|2002||Frameworks for Children’s Health||Leicester|
|2001||Looking Forward: the Impact of Changing Policy on Child Health||Chester|
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