BIA Autumn Trainees Day “Microbiology in challenging patient groups” Birmingham
De Vere Colmore Gate, Colmore Row, Birmingham, B3 2QD
10:30 registration, 18:00 meeting close
“Microbiology in challenging patient groups”
Confirmed topics and Speakers: Infection in Sudden Deaths in Childhood Dr Andrew Bamber, Paediatric Histopathologist, University Hospital of Wales
Alginates and Dental Pathology Professor David Thomas, Professor/Hon Consultant in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Cardiff University School of Medicine
Attitudes to Vaccination Professor Helen Bedford, Professor of Childrens’ Health, UCL, Great Ormond Street Institute of Health
Future of vaccination programmes Dr Richard Roberts, Consultant in Public Health Medicine, Public Health Wales
“Alternative Solutions” Case based discussions/management scenarios presented by trainees
Call for abstracts We will once again be having case presentations at the Trainees’ day and we would be grateful if you could submit your abstracts of any interesting cases you have been involved with. The cases should be within the theme of “alternative solutions”. These should be sent to Rebecca Bamber as soon as possible and by no later than Friday 10th November. Please email your abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org
The most interesting and educational cases will be selected for presentation. There will be a small prize (£50) for the best presentation on the day. If you have any further questions with regards to abstract submission, then please email Rebecca at the above email address.
This meeting is free-of-charge to BIA members.
In the event that you do not attend the meeting without prior cancellation by 5pm on Tuesday 21st November you will be charged £30 to cover pre-order catering costs.
Wednesday 16th May 2018
Cavendish Conference Centre, London W1G 9DT
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