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Spring Meeting: March 22nd 2018
Venue: Royal Society of Medicine,
1 Wimpole Street, London W1G 0AE

All are welcome. Attendance is free, no need to register, just turn up.

McCance Lecture - Dr Helen Pearson, Chief Magazine Editor, Nature.
"The Life Project: How 70 years of data from the British Birth Cohorts changed health and social policy".
Keynote Lecture - Prof Dominic Wilkinson, Professor of Medical Ethics
"Hard lessons: learning from controversial cases in medical ethics".

Abstract booklet: Download


Summer Meeting: June 28-29th, Dublin (joint meeting with the Irish Neonatal Society)

Members and non-members are welcome at all our meetings.

For the Spring and Autumn meetings registration is not required and attendance is free.

Please register beforehand for the Summer meeting.


The Neonatal Society is a leading academic society, the aim of which is to promote neonatal science. We do this by inviting you to present your original scientific research at our meetings which also feature keynote speakers from across the globe. Society meetings are held three times a year, two meetings in London and a summer meeting held elsewhere in the UK or Europe.

The Society has a well-established track record of fostering new research by the award of prizes to leading young investigators, as well as a student research bursary. Abstracts from presentations are reviewed by the Society committee prior to publication online, and all such abstracts back to 2001 are available free of charge online in this site, fully indexed and searchable.

The Neonatal Society is a Registered Charity, Number 260349

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