The delegate feedback regarding the 2015 conference has been so positive - in terms of venue / location, the strength of the conference programme, faculty, and overall experience - that the plan is to hold the 2016 conference at the Church House in London this year too. London has proved to be a very convenient location for EiP’s international audience to get to and by holding the 2016 conference in London we are expecting that more child healthcare professionals from all over the world will have the opportunity to attend.
Through feedback and evaluations forms, delegates and Faculty members unanimously have agreed that the conference was a great success both by achieving the learnings objectives and also by offering a unique experience in relation to the conference organisation. This result would have not been achieved without this inspiring and dynamic city which has offered a central destination easy to reach from all regions, combined with high quality hosting services and an amazing historical venue at the heart of the city.
We are looking forward to seeing you in London this December.
London is an inspiring city to host the 8th annual meeting offering a central destination easy to reach from all regions. Combined with the exceptional hosting services and historic venue offered by the Church House Conference Centre it was an easy choice to host the 2016 conference in London. Visit the conference website
At the end of the Session participants will: (1) Understand age of onset of arthritis, presenting symptoms and signs; (2) Be aware of important differential diagnosis including malignancy; (3) Understand value of history and examination and avoid too much reliance on autoimmune tests
At the end of the Session participants will: (1) Understand the natural history of human papillomavirus (HPV) and cervical cancer; (2) Learn about the benefits and harms of HPV vaccination; (3) Gain knowledge about the optimal populations to be targeted for HPV vaccination; (4) understand the continued importance of cervical cancer screening