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7th EPA-UNEPSA EUROPAEDIATRICS -Florence May 13-16 , 2015

the biannual international congress of the European Paediatric Association, the Union of 44 National European Pediatric Societies and Associations, returns to Italy after fifteen years from the very successful edition held in Rome in 2000.


The 7th Europaediatrics edition will have an innovative format, with a mixture of plenary presentations by international child health experts and guideline sessions led by the European specialist societies which will give general pediatricians an opportunity to bring themselves up to date with the best evidence-based practice. The theme of sharing good practice will be continued in the more interactive personal practice sessions where leaders in their fields will present their approaches to the management of important pediatric conditions.
The meeting will also offer the participants the opportunity to attend discussions on important topics for pediatric practice (“Hot topics”) and pros and cons debate sessions, with the possibility to be part of it by  tele-vote, view posters, and participate in practical courses, workshops and discussions on topics of relevance to the wider aspects of the health and wellbeing of children and young people worldwide such as diversity, equity and children’s rights.

Last but not list the conference will also be accredited with the relevant European educational programmes so delegates will be able to register for CME/CPD points.

Professor Emeritus David Branski

Prof. Emeritus David Branski

Professor David Branski was the former Secretary General of the European Paediatric Association, the Union of National European Paediatric Societies and Associations (EPA-UNEPSA) from 2002-2009 and former Director of the Pediatric Division at Hadassah, Israel.

Issue 18 of the EPA Newsletter now published

Issue 18 of the EPA/UNEPSA newsletter is now online and features highlights from the successful 6th Europaediatrics Congress, as well as updates from the General Assembly which was held in Glasgow during the conference.

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