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RCPCH 20-22nd April 2010 University of Warwick

Paediatrics and Child Health Annual Conference 2010

Register online at www.rcpch.ac.uk/conference-2010 Keynote speakers

Professor Zulfiqar Ahmed Bhutta

Dr Richard Horton

Professor Adam Finn

Professor Taunton Southwood

Professor Carol Dezateux


RCPCH

Paediatrics and Child Health Annual Conference 2010 20-22nd April 2010 University of Warwick

A message from Terence Stephenson Hello, and welcome to the RCPCH Annual Conference 2010. This is an exciting year for the Annual Conference (formerly the Spring Meeting). The name change alone gives a clue as to why this is such a big event: we’ve been working to re-shape the Conference using feedback we’ve received from members over the past few years. This, for me, is the start of a long process: the issues surrounding the Annual Conference continue to be debated and considered, and this provides us with an excellent opportunity to help shape the future of the College and the Conference. The brief we had was to improve the Conference by providing a more focused event, located more centrally than York, in an area with better public transport. Warwick is a natural fit as our location: large enough to hold our delegation, centrally located for everyone in the UK, excellent transport links, and a renowned socialising capability. (I have to admit, I did notice more and more people ‘networking’ away from the York campus in the past. But with better facilities on site at Warwick that needn’t happen.) Additionally, we’ve shortened the event to just three full days, meaning the Conference should be much more focused and direct than before, and it will take up less time in busy schedules. However, despite these improvements we’re still looking for feedback and more improvements and alternatives. I’d like to thank Alistair Thompson, Vice-President of Education; Rosalind Topping, Head of the Education Department; Lois Whittaker, interim Chief Executive; and the Academic Board for shaping the plans for this new event, and for continuing to work towards a better solution. Personally, I’m also delighted by the choice of Warwick because it was the site of my first ever oral presentation to the British Paediatric Association in April 1994. My topic was ‘Ageing of bruising in children’, and I remember being asked a question from the floor by one David Baum, the man I succeeded as President of the College. I look forward to meeting as many of you as possible over the three days, and hearing what you have to say. I’m also looking forward to topping up my CPD points at the various guideline and hot topic sessions. Best wishes,

Terence Stephenson President RCPCH

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Session Types

Personal Practice Sessions These are practical sessions with an expert speaker sharing their views about how they manage a particular paediatric problem. Numbers are limited to ensure the sessions can be highly interactive. Science, Health & the Media NEW: This interactive session goes behind the scenes to see how health issues are managed by the media. The Science Media Centre will discuss how they handle breaking national health and science stories. They will be joined by a journalist giving their perspective about how stories are researched and put together. Don’t miss this opportunity to see how the medical profession can engage more effectively with the media. Clinical Guideline sessions The RCPCH Guideline Sessions are held on Wednesday and Thursday at 8am and lunchtimes. Covering a range of national guidelines, the sessions will focus on key messages, implementation and audit, presented by experts involved in their development. There is no need to pre book – just come along to find out more about these evidence-based guidelines and take the opportunity to discuss the guidelines with those involved in their development. Psychological and psychiatric aspects of critical care symposium Some of the topics to be covered in this symposium: • Psychological and psychiatric aspects of paediatric intensive care • Knife and gun crime: psychological management of severe trauma • Supporting families through critical care: managing the whole system Plenary Keynote lectures by leading experts, chosen by the Academic Board to inspire as well as educate. Hot-off-the press findings presented by researchers selected to inform the general paediatric audience and stimulate discussion about what is new, important and relevant to their clinical practice. Specialty Groups With guest presentations and papers selected by the individual paediatric specialty groups, these sessions contain much to interest the general paediatrician as well as the specialist audience. Hot Topics for 2010 Diabetes, Intensive Care and Young people’s health: Aimed at non specialists, these “hot topic” sessions are an ideal opportunity to learn about recent developments in a specialty, ranging from important scientific discoveries, new treatments, NICE guidelines and other policy issues. Speakers are chosen for their ability to impart information succinctly and there is time for 1-2 questions per topic from the audience. Is there time to train? The second National Trainees Meeting: Building on the success of last year’s event, trainees (and trainers) are invited to a series of short lectures on relevant training issues. They will also be able to participate in a question and answer session with an expert panel. Issues to be discussed will include the ST7 Assessment, recruitment and the future of work place based assessments. If you have an issue you would like raised, please e-mail Damian Roland, chair of the RCPCH Trainees’ committee (damos@doctors.net.uk) Career Progression As a paediatrician in training, do you have particular questions that you don’t find addressed elsewhere? You can book a slot in a ‘career progression surgery’, seek advice from a consultant and hopefully get an answer.

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Paediatrics and Child Health Annual Conference 2010 20-22nd April 2010 University of Warwick

Keynote Speakers Keynote speakers include: Windermere Lecture Addressing child survival globally: How can paediatricians contribute?’ Professor Zulfiqar Ahmed Bhutta, Aga Khan University Hospital, Pakistan. Although there has been some progress in reducing the global burden of under 5 child mortality, over 9 million children under 5 die every year. The vast majority of these deaths occur in Africa and Asia and of the 56 high burden countries, it is now apparent that the majority will not be able to meet the millennium development goal target of reducing child deaths by two thirds by the year 2015. There are positive signs however, and despite challenges, it is recognized that there are evidence-based interventions which can substantially reduce newborn and child deaths. This keynote address will discuss how paediatricians can contribute to addressing this major challenge in a global context.

Children in society: a global scandal of invisibility Dr Richard Horton, The Lancet 2010 is the 20th Anniversary of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. But twenty years on, children are still under recognised in our society. How can we identify and tackle the underlying issues?

Post-modernism in immunisation: finding out how vaccines actually work Professor Adam Finn, UBHT Education Centre, Bristol Once you chose a common childhood infection, made a vaccine, handed it out and moved on to the next problem. But now it's more complicated. Some diseases now refuse to go away, others have returned or adapted to vaccineinduced immunity. Better vaccines are replacing old ones. Vaccines are being made for the poor not just the rich and, we are finding out how they work!

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Keynote Speakers

Longitudinal cohort studies in children: biologics and juvenile Idiopathic arthritis Professor Taunton Southwood, University of Birmingham Long – term longitudinal cohort studies of children are important to the understanding of human disease of all ages. Structured, prospective studies of the consequences of therapeutic intervention, particularly in the biologic drug era, is also essential. There is accumulating evidence that the benefits of biologic medication (including TNF blockers) in the treatment of chronic inflammatory diseases (such as juvenile idiopathic arthritis) must be balanced against the risks of infection and neoplasia. This keynote address will review the benefits and risks of biologic treatment in paediatrics using data from the BSPAR Etanercept Cohort Study.

The impact of changing childhoods - insights from birth cohort studies Professor Carol Dezateux,Institute of Child Health, London Generations of UK children have been followed through childhood and into adult life through a unique series of birth cohort studies starting in 1946 and continuing to the present day. Insights obtained from these studies reveal: • how childhoods have changed across these generations and why • the impact of early life circumstances on children’s futures • the crucial importance of early years’ policies to change childhoods. Research using the rich longitudinal data on childhood growth, obesity and physical activity collected in recent cohorts illustrate their key role in informing policies to the health and well-being of children and the adults they will become.

Keynote overview Tuesday 20 April 09.00-09.30

Keynote Presentation Children in society: a global scandal of invisibility Dr Richard Horton, Editor, The Lancet

Tuesday 20 April 11.30-12.00

Keynote Presentation The impact of changing childhoods - insights from birth cohort studies Professor Carol Dezateux, Institute of Child Health, London

Wednesday 21 April 11.15-12.00

Windermere Lecture ‘Addressing child survival globally: how can paediatricians contribute?’ Professor Zulfiqar Ahmed Bhutta, Aga Khan University Hospital, Pakistan

Thursday 22 April 09.00-09.30

Keynote Presentation Post-modernism in immunisation: finding out how vaccines actually work Professor Adam Finn, University Hospitals Bristol, sponsored by the Academic Paediatrics Association

Thursday 22 April 11.30-12.00

Keynote Presentation Biologics and juvenile idiopathic arthritis: longitudinal cohort studies in children Professor Taunton Southwood, University of Birmingham

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Paediatrics and Child Health Annual Conference 2010 20-22nd April 2010 University of Warwick

Programme Tuesday 20 April 08.00-08.50

Personal Practice Sessions (repeated 12.30-13.30) Paediatric early warning systems Ms Caroline Haines Hypertension Dr Kjell Tullus The interdependence of adolescent medicine principles Dr Janet McDonagh Paediatric Autopsy: theory, consent and practice Dr Ian Laing Chairman: Professor Terence Stephenson

08.55-09.00

Welcome Professor Terence Stephenson, President, RCPCH

09.00-12.00

Plenary 1 09.00-09.30

Keynote Presentation Children in society: a global scandal of invisibility Dr Richard Horton, Editor, The Lancet

09.30-09.45

Communication about clinical trials as observed and experienced: the views of parents and practitioners Dr Valerie Shilling

09.45-10.00

Intussusception in the first year of life: a UK national surveillance study Dr Lamiya Samad

10.00-10.15

Impact of pneumococcal vaccination on the incidence of invasive pneumococcal disease in UK PICUs Dr Elise Randle

10.15-10.30

A national survey of paediatric long term ventilation in The UK Dr Colin Wallis

10.30-11.00

Coffee and Trade Exhibition

Chairman: Professor Neena Modi, Vice-President (Science and Research) RCPCH

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11.00-11.15

Clinical outcome at two years following diagnosis of Medium Chain Acyl Co-A Dehydrogenase Deficiency through newborn screening: findings from the prospective UK collaborative and BPSU studies Dr Juliet Oerton

11.15-11.30

Presentations • Sir Peter Tizard Research Bursary • 2009 Dr Michael Blacow Memorial Prize • Jackson Memorial Prize • Paul Polani Prize • SPARKS Young Investigator of the Year Medal • 2010 Visiting, Donald Court and Dr Ashok Nathwani Fellows

11.30-12.00

Keynote presentation The impact of changing childhoods - insights from birth cohort studies Professor Carol Dezateux, Institute of Child Health, London


Programme Tuesday 20 April 12.00-14.00

Lunch and Trade Exhibition

12.30-13.30

Personal Practice Sessions (see above)

12.30-14.30

Is there time to train? The second National Trainees Meeting

14.00-16.00

Audit and Implementation workshop (organised by the Clinical Standards Committee)

12.30-18.00

Specialty Group Sessions (* shows those groups which, in addition to their scientific sessions are holding lunch time business (non scientific) meetings)

• British Paediatric Neurology Association • British Society of Paediatric Dermatology* • British Society for Paediatric Palliative Medicine* and British Academy of Childhood Disability* • British Paediatric Allergy, Immunology and Infection* and British Society for Paediatric & Adolescent Rheumatology • Paediatric Intensive Care Group Joint and Association of Paediatric Emergency Medicine* • British Association of General Paediatrics* and British Society of Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition • British Paediatric Respiratory Society* 13.30-14.30

Tutors Meeting

16.00-18.00

Symposium - 3 X 5 hot topics update: Diabetes, Dr Neil Hopper New Diabetic Ketoacidosis guidelines Modern insulin regimes and insulin dose adjustment Type 2 Diabetes in children Insulin Pumps Continuous Glucose Monitoring Systems Intensive care, Dr Andrew Durward Albumin or crystalloid for shock Hypertonic saline New insights in acid-base physiology Hyperchloraemia: Is it bad? IV fluid maintenance: what is it? Complicated DKA Young people’s health, Dr Russell Viner Adolescent mortality – now higher than childhood mortality! Making health services young-people friendly and participatory Sex, puberty and the brain: new understandings of the adolescent brain and health behaviours Alcohol and binge-drinking: what the paediatrician needs to know Underweight and overweight: Eating Disorders, Obesity, puberty and your patients

18.15-19.15

Annual General Meeting

18.15-19.15

Wine reception (Trade Exhibition Hall)

20.00-21.00

Remote and Rural Paediatrics Special Interest Group

20.30-21.30

‘A dog with a tail at both ends’, play written by Dr Andrew Williams (followed by discussion)

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Paediatrics and Child Health Annual Conference 2010 20-22nd April 2010 University of Warwick

Programme Wednesday 21 April 07.00-08.00

Personal Practice Sessions (repeated 12.30-13.30) Systematic approach to food allergy Dr Graham Roberts What to do with suspected child sexual abuse Dr Deborah Hodes Implementing quality measures Dr Peter Lachman Early puberty – normal or abnormal Professor Gary Butler

08.00-08.50

Clinical Guideline Session (repeated 12.15-13.05) 08.00-08.25

NICE Diarrhoea and vomiting – key messages

08.25-08.50

NICE Coeliac disease – key messages

Chairman: Dr Alistair Thomson, Vice-President (Education) RCPCH 09.00-12.00

Plenary 2 09.00-09.15

Research opportunities for NHS Paediatricians Professor Neena Modi

09.15-09.30

Early or late enteral feeding for preterm growth-restricted infants? The abnormal doppler enteral prescription trial

09.30-09.45

What are the features of abusive abdominal injury? A systematic review Dr Munib Haroon

09.45-10.00

Dating of fractures: an analysis of key radiological features in children aged five years and under Dr Ingrid Prosser

10.00-10.30

Coffee and Trade Exhibition

Chairman: Dr Russell Viner, Secretary to the Academic Board, RCPCH

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10.30-10.45

Long term mortality and nutritional status following severe acute malnutrition: longitudinal cohort study Dr Marko Kerac

10.45-11.00

Does a video facilitated evidence based learning package prepare paediatric undergraduate medical students for clinical contact: a randomised controlled trial Logan Manikam

11.00-12.30

Honorary and Senior Fellow and Senior Members

11.10-11.15

Honorary Fellows Certificates and James Spence Medal

11.15-12.00

Windermere Lecture ‘Addressing child survival globally: how can paediatricians contribute?’ Professor Zulfiqar Ahmed Bhutta, Aga Khan University Hospital, Pakistan


Programme Wednesday 21 April 12.00-14.00

Lunch and Trade Exhibition

12.30-13.30

Personal Practice Sessions (see above)

12.15-13.05

Clinical Guideline Session

12.30-18.00

12.15-12.40

NICE Diarrhoea and vomiting – key messages

12.40-13.05

NICE Coeliac disease – key messages

Specialty Group Sessions (* shows those groups which, in addition to their scientific sessions are holding lunch time business (non scientific) meetings)

• International Child Heath Group*, VSO and RCPCH international activities • Young Persons Health Special Interest Group and British Association of General Paediatrics • British Congenital Cardiac Association* • Paediatric Education Special interest Group* • Paediatric CFS/ME Special Interest Group and Ethics and Law Forum • British Association for Paediatric Nephrology • British Society for the History of Paediatrics and Child Heath • British Association of Perinatal Medicine • Child Protection Special Interest Group 14.00-18.00

Symposium Psychological and psychiatric aspects of paediatric critical care

18.00-19.00

Drinks reception

18.30-19.30

National Neonatal Audit Project Update

18.30-19.30

RCPCH Orchestra Concert

19.30-00.00

Annual Dinner (on campus), followed by disco

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Paediatrics and Child Health Annual Conference 2010 20-22nd April 2010 University of Warwick

Programme Thursday 22 April 07.30-08.30

CMF breakfast

07.00-08.00

Personal Practice Sessions (repeated 12.30-13.30) Insulin pumps in practice Ms Becky Thomson Pain management in children Professor Andy Wolfe Setting up a hospital obesity service Professor Julian Hamilton-Shield Management of cough Professor Mike Shields

08.00-08.50

Clinical Guideline Session (repeated 12.05-12.55) 08.00-08.25

NICE When to suspect child maltreatment – key messages

08.25-08.50

NICE Head injury – Implementation

Chairman: tbc 09.00-12.00

Plenary 3 09.00-09.30

Keynote Presentation Post-modernism in immunisation: finding out how vaccines actually work Professor Adam Finn, University Hospitals Bristol, sponsored by the Academic Paediatrics Association

09.30-09.45

Outcomes of meningococcal serogroup B disease: findings from a nationally representative case-control study Dr Russell Viner

09.45-10.00

Relationship between skin microvascular reactivity, cerebral blood flow and hypoxaemia in children with sickle cell disease Dr Veline S L’Esperance

10.00-10.15

Screening for autism in extremely preterm infants: potential pitfalls Dr Tamanna Moore

10.15-10.45

Coffee

Chairman: Dr David Shortland, Vice-President (Health Services) RCPCH

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10.45-11.00

Patterns of health service use in families where children enter public care: a nested case control study using the General Practice Research Database (GPRD) Dr Douglas Simkiss

11.00-11.15

Child and maternal psychological function and subsequent adult obesity risk: findings from a national birth cohort Dr Billy White

11.15-11.30

Clinical presentation of older children with congenital adrenal hyperplasia: an important outcome for newborn screening policy Dr Rachel Knowles

11.30-12.00

Keynote Presentation Biologics and juvenile idiopathic arthritis: longitudinal cohort studies in children Professor Taunton Southwood, University of Birmingham


Programme Thursday 22 April 12.05-14.00

Lunch and Trade Exhibition

12.30-13.30

Personal Practice Sessions (see above)

12.05-12.55

Clinical Guideline Session 12.05-12.30

NICE When to suspect child maltreatment – key messages

12.30-12.55

NICE Head injury – Implementation

12.30-13.30

SASG Update (organised by SASG committee)

14.00-15.30

Science, Health and the Media Fiona Fox, Director of the Science Media Centre Sam Lister, Health Editor at The Times

12.30-18.00

Specialty Group Sessions (* shows those groups which, in addition to their scientific sessions are holding lunch time business (non scientific) meetings)

• British Society for Paediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes and British Paediatric and Adolescent Bone Group* • George Still Forum* • British Paediatric Oncology and Haematology Group • Paediatricians in Clinical Management • British Paediatric Mental Health Group • British Association for Community Child Health and Child Public Health interest Group and Advocacy Committee • British Association of Paediatricians in Audiology

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Paediatrics and Child Health Annual Conference 2010 20-22nd April 2010 University of Warwick

Socialise and network with your peers The Paediatrics and Child Health Annual Conference and Exhibition provides plenty of opportunities to make new contacts, discuss and debate and just unwind! ‘A Dog with a Tail at Both Ends’ A play written by A.N. Williams Virtual Academic Unit, Children’s Directorate Northampton General Hospital. Performed by Birmingham University Medical Student Drama Society. Tuesday 20 April 2010. The parents of Jo a dying teenage girl with Down’s syndrome and mental retardation are controversially offered a highly experimental medical treatment. This not only saves Jo’s life but improves her cognition to the point where she gains the facilities to make an informed opinion and give consent when previously that would not have been possible, adding a further level of ethical difficulty. This play provides a truly meaningful leading role for an actor with disabilities, who drives the drama forward and is central to it. It asks fundamental questions about what limits, if any, should be placed upon medical science’s endeavours to ‘cure disability’ and whether this should be undertaken at the point of the patient’s death. Lastly, it emphasizes the rights of those whom society chosen to define as disabled and therefore worthy to be subjected to this type of treatment, to say ‘No’! There will be a post performance discussion with the actors and an expert panel.

Exhibition As part of the Annual Conference we will again be holding an exhibition. This is a valuable opportunity for you to speak to a range of companies and charities involved in health care and find out about the latest products, new ideas and innovations available. Exhibitors include: • Aptamil • Nestle • E learning for Healthcare • Norgine Pharmaceuticals Limited • Solihull Approach • DP Mediacl Systems Ltd • Mead Johnson Nutrition • Sandhill Scientific • Flynn Pharma

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Drink receptions Meet colleagues, faculty and members of College staff at one of the evening drink receptions. Annual Dinner The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health invites you to attend the Annual Dinner which will be held at Warwick University on Wednesday 21 April 2010. The Annual Dinner always proves to be a popular and exciting event, giving delegates an opportunity to meet and network with colleagues in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. Join us for an enjoyable and lively night and disco. The Ulster Golf Cup Competition Wednesday 21 April 2010. ‘Hope for Kids’ Charity Fast Croquet Test your skill and beat the competition in a specially designed knock-out match, see our website for further details. Learn more about the College Visit the main RCPCH stand to find out more about what the College offers. College staff on our stand will be available to talk about various projects and activities.


About the University of Warwick There is a great sense of community at Warwick. Set in the heart of a modern, academic environment, this multi functional complex, holds excellent facilities. At the heart of the conference area is the Warwick Arts Centre, featuring the Butterworth Hall which seats over 1,000 delegates, a 225 seat cinema and 250 seat conference room. The University Sports Centre’s facilities are also available for delegate’s use. The facilities at the University of Warwick are in one central place. The main restaurant for the conference is located in the Rootes building. It is a perfect venue to unwind and the adjacent bar is ideal for socialising with other delegates. The annual Dinner will be held in the Panorama Suite, which has its own private bar for the pre-dinner reception. The campus also features a selection of cafÊs and social spaces for a safe and relaxing environment. The accommodation is set in landscaped gardens around campus just a short walk from the main conference facilities. Road and rail links The University is centrally located in the UK making it easy to reach by road, and rail. The University is a short taxi ride from Coventry station.


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How to register Registration is now open for the UK’s biggest and most exciting Paediatrics and Child HealthConference. Regular Price

Trainees Discount (15%)

Non Member Rate WITH a primary medical qualification

£223.00

£189.00

Non Member Rate WITHOUT a primary medical qualification

£133.00

N/A

RCPCH Member Rate Affiliate (AFF) members

£96.00

N/A

RCPCH Member Rate Associate (ASS), Fellow (FEL), Junior (JUN), Ordinary (ORD) members

£179.00

£152.00

Senior Member Rate Senior Fellow (SEF), Senior Member (SEN) Honorary Fellow (HON)

£58.00

N/A

If you are a retired examiner for the RCPCH and qualify for a free day at the conference (in addition to Wednesday), please contact Amit Kotecha (amit.kotecha@rcpch.ac.uk) at the RCPCH who will then deal with your registration.

Register online at

www.rcpch.ac.uk/conference-2010 Cancellation Registration fees will be refunded if cancellation notice is received in writing by 9th April 2010. Cancellations received on or before 16th April 2010 will qualify for a 50 percent refund. No refunds will be made after this date. Cancellations must be made in writing to lindsay.cooke@hg3conference-secretariat.co.uk

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Booking form Personal Details

Social Events

If you are a member of the RCPCH and wish to benefit from the reduced conference rates for members, then please ensure you have your membership number ready before completing this form.

The Annual Dinner, Warwick University, Wednesday 21 April 2010 The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health invites you to attend the Annual dinner and social event, an opportunity to meet and network with colleagues. Welcome drinks will be served, and a three course dinner followed by entertainment.

Please provide the details of your preferred address (this can be a home address or a new work address if you will have moved by then):

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Tickets cost £60 per person and include welcome drinks, dinner & entertainment. Tickets are limited so book early to avoid disappointment.

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Anyone booking accommodation at the University will be entitled to a discount and will pay £50.00.

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Christian Medical Fellowship Breakfast Date to be confirmed. Details of the Christian Medical Fellowship breakfast will be available at a later date. If you would be interested in attending then please tick this box.

Accommodation at University of Warwick Town/City:

Accommodation at the University is offered at a rate, per single room, of £49.00 dinner, bed and breakfast on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday nights. There are NO double, twin or family rooms available on the campus. All accommodation is en-suite (private bathroom and toilet).

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If you would like to book accommodation outside of the University Campus then please click on the document below to access the separate booking form. This will need completing and returning to Lindsay Cooke at lindsay.cooke@hg3conference-secretariat.co.uk. Your accommodation booking will then be confirmed separately to your registration.

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A free crèche is available throughout the conference FREE OF CHARGE. You will need to book a place in advance. Please contact Saheeda Rahman on 020 7092 6106 or email: Saheeda.Rahman@rcpch.ac.uk

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Cancellation: Registration fees will be refunded if cancellation notice is received in writing by 9th April 2010. Cancellations received on or before 16 April 2010 will qualify for a 50 percent refund. No refunds will be made after this date.


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