Tuesday 20 September
- How NICE Standard will influence assessments for FASD and what this means for paediatricians
Dr Ges Gregory, Dr Michelle Bond & Dr Jamie Carter
- Reducing challenging behaviour in pre-schoolers with moderate to severe learning disability: lessons from a randomised controlled trial
Professor Angela Hassiotis
- A social neuroscience perspective on attachment
Dr Pascal Vrtička
Wednesday 21 September
- Why research is important for community paediatricians - Georgian houses fractal geometry and preventing disability Professor Alastair Sutcliffe
- ARFID: diagnosis, innovations & research Dr Jo Cryer
- Transition for Children in Care Professor Emily Munro
- Audiology (topic tbc)
- Acting as an Expert Witness
- CCH training (exact topic tbc)
- Child Death Review process: an example of multidisciplinary working
- Early intervention for children with neurodisabilities: helping families to thrive
- Effective safeguarding supervision
- Integrated Care Systems and Community Child Health
Further workshops tbc
Bookings & cancellations
In-person and virtual attendance is available:
- In person: lectures, abstract presentations, afternoon workshops, posters, annual dinner and catch up with colleagues
- Virtual: lectures and abstract presentations only
- Please see bottom of page for online booking form (we appreciate there are a lot of categories – please ensure you select the correct one!)
- Note the one-day booking option is only available for in-person tickets
- Bookings for in-person tickets will be open until Monday 12 September, and for virtual tickets until Sunday 18 September
- No refunds will be given for non-attendance or cancellations received after 09 September for in-person tickets or 16 September for virtual tickets
- Cancellations received prior to this date will be eligible for a full refund, minus card processing fees, please contact us via email.
- Delegates may make arrangements for a substitute to attend in their place at any time with no cost incurred by contacting the BACCH office.
- If you cannot attend in-person due to covid, please inform us and your booking can be changed to a virtual ticket and a partial refund given
Venue and accommodation
- The conference will be held at De Montfort University (Hugh Aston Building) in Leicester.
- Rooms will be reserved at local hotels for those needing accommodation - details to follow.
Details on the annual dinner to follow - we will email all delegates once details are available and you can book tickets
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