This training day promises to deliver a unique and interesting schedule, which is highly relevant to both the neurodisability curriculum and day-to-day practice. It will also provide an opportunity to network with other trainees, and speak to the neurodisability CSAC about any issues you are having with your training (email the BACD office to book your slot).

The meeting is open to all trainees of any specialty with an interest in managing the child with complex neurodisability, and can be booked below. 

If you are not a trainee (StR / SpR), i.e. consultant, SAS, therapist, etc. there are a few limited places available. 

PROGRAMME

09.00

09.30


10.00



10.30

10.45


11.25



12.05


12.20

13.10


14.00



14.40


15.20

15.35


16.15


16.45
Registration

What is complexity?’ 
Dr Hilary Cass, Evelina Children's Hospital London & Chair, BACD

Innovation in Complexity 1: The Medical Complexities Team at Birmingham Children’s Hospital
Dr Mary Salama, Birmingham Children’s Hospital

Coffee break

Delivering palliative care for children with complex neurodisability
Dr Toni Wolff, Nottingham University Hospitals & Chair-elect, BACD

The paediatric neurodisability research environment and how to become involved in  research during training 
Prof Jeremy Parr, Newcastle University and Chair, BACD Strategic Research Group

Neurodisability CSAC – training issues
Dr Katherine Martin & Dr Joanna Coghill, RCPCH Paediatric Neurodisability CSAC

Lunch & CSAC surgery (please book slots in advance)

Innovation in Complexity 2: The Evelina Conflict Resolution Team
Dr Esse Menson, Evelina Children's Hospital London

Complex Communication Needs: Developmental and Augmentive Communication
Dr Jenefer Sargent, Great Ormond Street Hospital London

Complex tone management and the effects of co-morbidities
Dr Charlie Fairhurst, Evelina Children's Hospital London

Tea break

Neuroradiology and its clinical correlations 
Dr Adam Thomas, Nottingham University Hospitals

 Job planning and the transition from trainee to consultant
Dr Aoife McDonald, Evelina Children's Hospital London

Close

The meeting will take place at RCPCH, 5 Theobalds Road, London WC1X 8SH

Book tickets

Ticket Cost Quantity
Drs - Consultant or SAS - BACD member £120.00 Sold out
Drs - Consultant or SAS - Non-member £140.00 Sold out
Trainee Dr - BACD member £60.00 Sold out
Trainee Dr - Non-member £80.00 Sold out
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