Symposium: Perinatal Medicine and the newborn brain

Saturday 24th September 2016

12.45-17.20 PM Chemistry Theatre, Cantock’s Close, Bristol


The Bristol Perinatal Neuroprotection and Neonatal Neurology Groups at the University of Bristol, School of Clinical Sciences are hosting a symposium to celebrate the contributions of Professor Andrew Whitelaw to the science and practice of neonatology, in particular the protection of the brain.

The symposium will consist of a series of talks from international experts in the field exploring the evidence base for how perinatal interventions may reduce brain injury and long term morbidity.

It will be of interest to all disciplines interested in the field and it is open to everyone.

The event will be free but in order to ensure your place, please register in advance at the Eventbrite event.

RCPCH has approved this activity for CPD in accordance with the current RCPCH CPD Guidelines. For attendees following a credits-based approach to CPD, this activity carries up to 3.5 CPD credits.


Symposium schedule

Neonatal Programme (Office document, 81kB)

Contact

For further details, please contact Dr Sally Jary(sally.jary@bristol.ac.uk)

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