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EAP 2017
2017-10-12 to 2017-10-15
Ljubljana, Slovenia

Dear Colleagues,

Following the success of the previous EAP Congress and MasterCourses, we are happy to invite you to take part in the next  EAP Congress and MasterCourse that will take place in Ljubljana, Slovenia, on 12-15 October, 2017.

With the upcoming event, EAP will continue to fulfill its tasks to train, educate, and bring up to date all professionals taking care of children, while at the same time stimulating and allowing each one of you attending the opportunity to meet and/or create your own professional network of colleagues and friends.

The Scientific Committee is elaborating a programme with topics covering all areas of interest in the field of paediatrics and the congress will provide the most updated, state-of-the-art information on the latest developments in research and clinical practice in the main areas of Paediatrics.

We will continue to dedicate our educational meetings to Young Trainees and promote exchange of information and ideas in the paediatric field. The MasterCourse this time will be focused on infection.

Save the dates in your diary today and we look forward to greeting you in what promises to be an exciting and fruitful meeting with a high scientific standard.

Tom Stiris MD, PhD
EAP President
Department of Neonatology, Oslo University Hospital link

jENS 2017
2017-10-30 to 2017-11-04
Venezia, Italy

The 2nd jENS Congress, Congress of joint European Neonatal Societies (ESPR, UENSP and EFCNI), will be held from October 30th to November 4th in Venezia, Italy.

You can find all the information and register at the link below.

Main topics include Regenerative Medicine and Stem-Cells, Neuroprotection, Genetics and Epigenetics and Autophagy in development. link

WSPID 2017
2017-12-02 to 2017-12-05
Shenzhen, China
The 10th Congress of the World Society for Pediatric Infectious Diseases (WSPID) will be taking place in Shenzhen, China, December 2-5, 2017.

WSPID was founded with the purpose of bringing together members of national and regional organizations in this specialty for an international congress. The congress is unique in attracting leading experts in the field who address us on the diversity of infectious disease topics relevant to both participants coming from developing and developed countries.

As in previous years, the meeting will cover aspects of infectious diseases in regions around the world. Abstracts are still a key component of the congress and the program has been planned to allow ample time for oral and poster presentations.

You will also have the opportunity to explore the beautiful Shenzhen a modern metropolis that links Hong Kong to China's mainland. While the city does not have as many historical attractions as other famous cities in China, it has created a number of excellent theme parks which entertain while teaching visitors about China and the world. Shenzhen is attracting more and more Chinese and overseas tourists for its unique beauty. link

2nd International Workshop Intensive Care of the Newborn
2018-03-09 to 2018-03-10
Verona, Italy

The 2nd International Workshop on Intensive Care of the Newborn will be held in Verona, Italy, on 9 and 10 March 2018. You can find all information and register at the link below.

Topics include: link

ICCN 2018
2018-05-23 to 2018-05-26
Turin, Italy

The 7th International Congress on Clinical Neonatology will be held in Turin, Italy, from 23rd to 26th May 2018. You can find all information and register at the link below.

Topics include:

  • Hypothermia in preterms: what’s new?
  • Late hypothermia after 6 hrs of life
  • Regenerative medicine: stem cells trials in neonates
  • Is MRI necessary, or “only” helpful ?
  • IGF-1, anti-VEGF, surgery to treat severe ROP: where are we now ? which is the best choice?
  • Early strategies to prevent BPD: budesonide? anything more?
  • Is LISA necessary, or “only” helpful, or nothing at all?
  • Teamworking in the NICU
  • Lactoferrin for premature brain
  • EPO and neuroprotection: an update
  • ECMO: indications, risks and benefits
  • Nutrition of preterm infants
  • NIDCAP and family-centered care
  • Kidney injury in the preterm infant
  • NEC: an update
  • “Omics” in neonatology
  • Multiresistant organisms: challenges and solutions
  • Laboratory at bedside: what’s new in the NICU?
  • Less surfactant and less intubation: has this policy improved the neonatal outcomes?
  • Morbidity associated with early infection by Respiratory Viruses
  • Prematurity and late wheezing: is there a link?
  • Outcomes of early neonatal cardiovascular surgery
  • Delivery of fetal CHD patients link