Event

27 Feb 2017
When:
Mon 27 February, 2017
Location
Birmingham Children's Hospital, Steelhouse Lane, Birmingham, B4 6
Birmingham
United Kingdom
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Rare Diseases in Paediatrics Conference - From bench to bedside: New treatments for children with a rare disease 27 February 2017 Birmingham Children's Hospital, Steelhouse Lane, Birmingham, B4 6, Birmingham, United Kingdom
Hosted by British Paediatric Surveillance Unit

From bench to bedside: New treatments for children with rare disease, Monday 27th February 2017, Birmingham Children’s Hospital, UK

The British Paediatric Surveillance in association with Birmingham Children’s Hospital will be holding its second Rare Disease Day conference on Monday 27th February 2017 at Birmingham Children’s Hospital, UK

The conference will explore the theme, ‘From bench to bedside: New treatments for children with rare disease’.

Presentations will consider the challenges of developing new treatments for rare diseases and the hurdles that exist in delivering these new treatments to those who most need them. Speeches will be received from Dr Gina Radford, Deputy Chief Medical Officer for England, Ben Howlett MP, Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group on rare, genetic and undiagnosed conditions and Sheela Upadhyaya, Associate Director Highly Specialised Technology program – NICE amongst others. 

Further details on how to register, details of the conference programme and venue information can be found at www.rcpch.ac.uk/bpsu/rdc17

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