Founded in 1959 with the aim of bringing together scientists and clinicians with an interest in the fetus and newborn to promote Neonatal Science.

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Abstract Submission

for our Spring Meeting 2022
submission closes 11th February

UPCOMING MEETINGS

Scientific meetings are held three times a year. 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.

Spring 2022

10th March 2022
HYBRID EVENT

Summer 2022

Date TBC

Autumn 2022

Date TBC

Academic Clinical Lecturer post ST5-7 in Paediatrics available now @UCL_IfWH @UCL @uclh with Prof Howard Clark @Robertson1Nikki @subhabratamitra to to train the next generation of academic leaders in Neonatal Medicine. Closing 10th Feb 2022. Apply now!
https://www.oriel.nhs.uk/Web/Vacancy/VacancyDetails/NFdqc0xsa3VncEU4SmVOd3hOUzdEMkRyMHRpelFpWHNja0dVTUlTSkRqYz0

Ending a fantastic @NeonatalSociety Autumn Meeting #NSAutumn2021 with the Widdowson Lecture is Prof Michael Obladen discussing ‘A history of the neonate’s past: lessons from triumphs and catastrophes’

Congratulations to our prize winners at @NeonatalSociety Autumn Meeting #NSAutumn2021:
Rebekah Nixon and Logan Williams: Best presentation by a trainee
Daria Andreeva: Best presentation by a medical student
Paul Crawley: Best presentation by a new consultant

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Wonderful to see such a varied selection of original science abstracts presented @NeonatalSociety Autumn Meeting 2021; including work from a researcher who received neonatal intensive care as an extremely preterm baby - fantastically inspirational

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