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Free evening symposium on Preterm Birth

Thursday 27th January 2011

Village Hotel Cardiff

For midwives, nurses, students doctors and midwives and other interested healthcare professionals.

Parents and parents to be are also invited.


The symposium called "Born Too Soon" will be funded by Innermost Learning who are a non profit making organisation run by local healthcare professionals dedicated to promoting undergraduate and postgraduate education for healthcare professionals. Attendance for delegates would therefore be free.

Thanks to all thos who presented and to all those who shared our chocolate fountain and were entertained by top singer Deano Martini.



630pm: Registration and Chocolate Fountain

700pm: "Screening and Prevention of Preterm Birth" - Dr Bryan Beattie, Consultant in Fetal Medicine, University Hospital of Wales

730pm: "Preterm birth - a parents perspective" 

800pm: Interval and Chocolate Fountain

830pm: "Supporting Families with Preterm Babies" - Jennifer Griffiths, Family Support Teram. BLISS

900pm: "The neonatal and long term implications of premature birth" - Dr Cora Doherty, Consultant Neonatologist, University Hospital of Wales

930pm: Close



Thanks to Hologic Ltd and Ferring Ltd for an unrestricted education grant.