9th Europaediatrics Congress, Dublin, Ireland
On behalf of the European Paediatric Association (EPA), UNEPSA and the Faculty of Paediatrics at the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland (RCPI), we write to extend a very warm invitation to you and your members to join us in Dublin, Ireland, from Thursday 13th to Saturday 15th June 2019 for the 9th Europaediatrics Congress.
This congress is the biennial conference of EPA/UNEPSA and we at the Faculty of Paediatrics are delighted to host it next June at the city centre Convention Centre Dublin. The theme of the meeting is ‘Prevention and therapeutic innovations in child and adolescent health’. We aim to provide relevant up-to-date information for paediatricians and health professionals working in primary, secondary and tertiary care across Europe and internationally and also promote children’s rights to health, equity and social justice.
An exciting and stimulating scientific programme is planned, along with a super schedule of social events. Further information and registration can be found at www.europaediatrics2019.org with great early delegate discounts available until 7th January 2019. The website is also open for submission of abstracts. All accepted abstracts will be published in the Archive of Disease in Childhood. We are ready to welcome paediatricians and paediatric trainees from around the world, June is the perfect month to see our beautiful city which is steeped in history and culture!
Should you have any requests or enquiries for sponsorship or exhibiting opportunities, please do forward them straight on to the Congress team at email@example.com and they would be delighted to talk directly to the enquirer.
Printed Posters for the Congress are available and can be posted to you for notice boards within your institution, please do let us know if you would like us to send you one.
Professor Hilary Hoey
Chair of Scientific and Organising Committee
Director Professional Competence Royal College of Physicians of Ireland
Professor Ellen Crushell
Dean Faculty of Paediatrics Royal College of Physicians of Ireland