Organised by IPEM in collaboration with the Parenting Science Gang The focus of this meeting will be the reporting of current work in all aspects of physiological measurement in infants. The day will also incorporate discussions on public engagement in research and panel discussions focussed on building collaborations both between centres and between scientists and the public. This event is a collaboration between IPEM and the Parenting Science Gang, 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/).This meeting 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.Educational AimsTo provide a forum for dissemination and discussion of research into physiological measurement in infantsTo open up opportunities for future collaboration in researchAnticipated Learning OutcomesA deeper understanding of physiological measurements in infants An appreciation of the value of including the public in research and an idea of practical steps that can be taken to improve public participation Target AudienceScientists working in Physiological Measurement or Clinical EngineeringParents/members of the public who are interested in paediatric physiological measurement or in getting involved in researchAbstract SubmissionAbstract submissions are invited from interested professionals in healthcare, industry and academia. Presentations in all relevant areas and disciplines are welcome. If you would like to submit an abstract for this conference, please follow the instructions on our Abstract Submission page. Abstract submission deadline: 14th DecemberRegistration On-line registration will open soon.Registration fees to be confirmed. Registration deadline: 8th March 2019Conference Resources The provisional programme and abstracts will be available here in January.Presentation slides will be available after the event here (IPEM Members only - login required)Venue This conference will take place in central York; details to be confirmed. Contact/QueriesIf you have any queries, please email the IPEM conference team or tel: 01904 550598. Download a flyer to display in your department
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