CHILD HEALTH FESTIVAL: HOW TO ADVOCATE FOR CHILDREN, INFLUENCE POLICY & CHANGE PRACTICE
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The aim of this meeting is to consider with health professionals from a wide range of backgrounds to work together to improve child health from everyday practice to influencing the bigger picture
Child Health Promise
Child Health Promise is a new initiative in collaboration with the Royal Society of Medicine that enables people to share good ideas and quality improvement projects in child health. The aim is to reduce workload and improve child health simultaneously!
It is an easy way to promote your work, get others involved and share good ideas. It’s a very simple way to have your own webpage for a project without having to create a website.
The best projects will be selected as either poster or oral presentations at the Royal Society of Medicine at the "The child health festival: How to advocate for children, influence policy and change practice" meeting on 12 June 2018.
When you register you are able to select an option of your preferred two workshops, we will do our best to accommodate your request. You cannot book for the workshops only, please ensure you select and pay for the appropriate delegate rate at the time of booking. The workshops are as follows:
A: Optimising perinatal and maternal health
B: Eye care screening in children and young people
C: Advocacy and how to do it! Practical advice on how to influence decisions in Parliament
D: The sad generation – Involving young people in tackling mental health problems
Group registrations not allowed
Accompanying persons not allowed
We don’t accept Online Abstracts
Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
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Andrea Torok , Organizer , Royal Society of Medicine