Physiological Measurement in Infants

22 March 2019

York

We are excited to announce this meeting which has been organised in collaboration with the Parenting Science Gang.

This meeting aims to

  • promote scientific work in the area of physiological measurement in infants, by giving scientists a forum to present their work
  • help bridge the gap between scientists and the public, by providing opportunities for discussion between the two groups.

This event is open both to the scientific community and to members of the public. Parents of young children are welcome to bring them to the event.

The day will be split into two sessions:
- the morning session will be a formal scientific meeting consisting of proffered talks on different aspects of physiological measurement in infants.
- the afternoon session will incorporate talks from several exciting invited speakers working in this area, including:

Parenting Science Gang
The Parenting Science Gang is a Wellcome Trust supported organisation that is focussed on getting members of the public involved in all aspects of research – from choosing the initial research question all the way to analysis and reporting of the results (http://parentingsciencegang.org.uk/).

Professor Helen Ball, Director of the Durham Infancy and Sleep Centre
Professor Helen Ball is Professor of Anthropology and Director of Durham Infancy and Sleep Centre at Durham University. She pioneers the study of infant sleep and the parent-infant sleep relationship from a biosocial perspective. She has conducted research in hospitals and the community, and contributes to national and international policy and practice guidelines on infant care. She pioneers the translation of academic research on infant sleep into evidence for use by parents and healthcare staff via the Baby sleep info source website (www.basisonline.org.uk).

In 2013 Prof Ball received an award for Outstanding Impact in Society from the Economic and Social Research Council for her work on parent-infant sleep. In 2017 Durham University was awarded the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher Education for their ‘leading influential research on parent-infant sleep with a widely-used public information service’.

Sense about Science
Sense about Science is an independent campaigning charity that challenges the misrepresentation of science and evidence in public life. They advocate openness and honesty about research findings, and work to ensure the public interest in sound science and evidence is recognised in public discussion and policymaking.

The programme is available here

Registration 
On-line registration is open. To book your place, click the 'Book Now' button below and then either log in (members and registered users) or register (new users only).    

Registration fees: 

Full day attendance  £75.00 
Afternoon only attendance   £5.00 
 
Registration deadline: 18th March 2019




Venue

This conference will take place at the Priory Street Centre, 15 Priory Street, York, YO1 6ET, approximately 5 minutes walk from York train station.
For venue details visit the Priory Street Centre website here.  

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Contact/Queries
If you have any queries, please 
email the IPEM conference team or tel: 01904 550598. 


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