The Yorkshire and Humber Neonatal ODN Annual Conference is occuring on the 5thof May 2020. Please see the information below, and complete the application, to submit your abstract, should you wish to be involved.
Call for Abstracts:
We want to hear about your quality improvement
project or audit.
Would you like to share your findings with the rest of
This year there will be oral and poster presentations
and prizes to be won!
Any member of the neonatal team or associated healthcare
professionals may apply. Please complete an application form
and let us know how you have improved neonatal care in your unit.
Conference to be held at:
Wetherby Racecourse, York Road, Wetherby,
West Yorkshire, LS22 5EJ
Closing date for applications: Friday 13 March 2020
Please return application forms to :email@example.com
The Workplace and Me is a one day mandatory training session for FY2 doctors which incorporates resilience and wellbeing (half day). We are looking for interested individuals to be involved in the delivery of this teaching. The session are held in locations across Yorkshire and the Humber. Train the trainers sessions are available.
This is directed at paediatric trainees planning on taking their MRCPCH Clinical Exams in the coming months. The next round of MRCPCH Clinical Revision Sessions will be starting soon.
These are free teaching sessions, delivered at Leeds Children’s Hospital by consultants & registrars, and take place from around 5 - 6pm on weekdays. People are giving up their free time to teach so please attend the sessions you have signed up for.
You can book onto these sessions via Eventbrite available in your App store, or at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/signin and search for LTHT Paediatrics. There is a limit of 5 trainees to each session but some sessions will be running more than once. If you need to cancel a session, please do this ASAP on Eventbrite so others may attend.
Please also note that the consultant/registrar will receive updates of those booking onto their sessions so they will know how many to expect.
More sessions may be added as we hear back from more tutors so please keep an eye on Eventbrite and keep signing up to sessions
Spread the word and tell your colleagues about this course if they would like to take part!
The YHCPCN are hosting a module titled ‘Understanding and delivering interdisciplinary children’s palliative care’. There will be 7 study days (delivered monthly) as part of the module and professionals can either book on individual study days or the full module as they wish. It is open to all staff working with children with palliative care needs and it follows RCN competencies. Please book places early to avoid disappointment.
The first study day is antenatal and neonatal palliative care. To book follow the link below: