NEONATAL UPDATE 2020, start 2 nov… on-line!

2020-11-02 - 2020-11-30

Welcome to the First Virtual Neonatal Update!

The Neonatal Update has moved to virtual platform. We hope it will be even more attractive as we are offering all 20 lectures for the remarkable registration fee of £150, without having to leave the comfort of your home or office, or having to incur the costs of travel and accommodation in London.

I would be grateful if you would share these new details with your members.

We still have the innovative programme of 20 state-of-the-art lectures by world leading scientists and clinician researchers in a format that continues the iconic Neonatal Update tradition of contributions that will stimulate, inspire, widen horizons and foster new ways of practicing.

This year’s programme includes “Managing heart failure in neonates” (Professor Willem Pieter de Boode, Radboud University, the Netherlands), “Rethinking neonatal parental nutrition” (Professor Greet Van den Berghe, KU Leuven University, Belgium), “How to draw causal inferences from observational and epidemiological studies” (Professor Deborah Lawlor, University of Bristol), and The 2020 David Harvey Lecture “What next for Cochrane Neonatal? “(Professor Roger Soll, University of Vermont). There will also be an amazing talk by best-selling science writer, Adam Rutherford! The full programme can be found on the Neonatal Update website.

From 2 November, twenty pre-recorded lectures will available to registered delegates, You can view them as often you like, at times to suit you, and with friends and colleagues if you wish at no extra cost. From this point you will able to submit questions to be addressed during the live interactive sessions that will run from 16 November to a pre-published schedule. At these, speakers will provide a 20 minute résumé of their lecture, answer pre-submitted questions and lead a live discussion for a further 20 minutes. Each live session will last an hour and will be held twice in order to accommodate delegates from different time zones.

As in previous years, we are offering two Young Investigator Awards to enable outstanding researchers to present a 20-minute résumé of their investigative vision. Details are available on the Neonatal Update website. Please encourage applications.

Full details and the registration form can be found on the Neonatal Update website.

With many thanks / Kind regards
Judy Gowing
The Imperial College Neonatal Update 2020

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