From Thursday, 8 December thru to Saturday, 10 December we will be at Church House Conference Centre in London for the 2016 Excellence in Pediatrics Institute (EiP) conference. This is the second year that we work with EiP, the HBSC International Coordinating Centre and the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education to co-organise this annual adolescent pediatrics conference. This year’s event, which has been accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME) to provide 15 hours of European external CME credits, features 85 speakers and over 100 sessions across 4 parallel tracks, including one dedicated […]
Our centre is once again working with the Excellence in Pediatrics Institute (EiP), the HBSC International Coordinating Centre and the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education to co-organise EiP’s annual adolescent pediatrics conference. This event will take place from the 8th – 10th December 2016 at Church House Conference Centre in London. The conference will feature around 70 speakers and over 100 sessions in 5 parallel tracks covering: Pediatrics, Neonatology / Early Life Pediatrics, Adolescents Medicine, Health Policy, and Professional Development. The conference is applying to be accredited by the European Accreditation Council […]
The seminar takes place on Tuesday, 14 June at 13:30 at Konferens Spårvagnshallarna in Stockholm, Sweden. Speakers include Jo Inchley, HBSC International Coordinator and representatives from the HBSC teams in Denmark (Pernille Due), Finland (Raili Välimaa), Norway (Torbjørn Torsheim), and Sweden (Curth Hagquist). Discussions will be led by Sven Bremberg, Public Health Agency of Sweden. Further news will be published after the event. Programme 13:30 Welcome remarks (Petra Löfstedt) 13:35 Mental Health Policy in Sweden (Kerstin Evelius) 13:45 International findings of the […]
The Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC), an international alliance of researchers across 44 countries in Europe and North America will be revealing analysis of its trend data at the 2015 conference. The survey has been collecting primary data since 1983 from over a million 11, -13 and 15 year old boys and girls on all aspects of their health and well being, social environments and health behaviors. The leading pediatric experts will then use these latest trends to offer practical […]
Professor Fabrizio Schifano University of Hertfordshire When: Monday 27 October 2014 9:30-10:30 Where: School of Mathematics and Statistics Lecture Theatre C North Haugh Hosted by: WHO Collaborating Centre for International Child & Adolescent Health Policy Sponsored by: the Child and Adolescent Health Research Unit and Student Services
Seminar room 2, invited guests only.
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