Conférence bébé secoué Paris 2014

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Conference internationale
sur le syndrome du bébé secoué
et les traumatismes craniens non accidentels

Paris, France 4-6 mai 2014

international conference on shaken baby syndrome

Site Web : www.dontshake.org/parisconference

 

Dear Colleagues,

The National Center

on Shaken Baby Syndrome (Abusive Head Trauma) in the USA is pleased to announce they are presenting a conference in Paris, France on May 4, 5 and 6 - 2014. The conference is offered in partnership with a European Organizing Committee in Paris, France. The venue is the Novotel Paris Tour Eiffel on the Seine River less than a mile from the Eiffel Tower. A beautiful location! The program will offer a balance of the presenters who are leaders in their field from North America and Europe and around the world.

This conference will be the thirteenth conference the NCSBS has sponsored. Others have been in Sydney Australia, Edinburgh Scotland, Kyoto Japan, Montreal and Vancouver, Canada and many cities in the United States. This is the first time it will be in France.

This multidisciplinary conference is the only one of its kind in the world and will offer an extensive program addressing medical, legal and prevention issues. The conference is known for its high caliber scientific program which includes presenters from leading universities, medical institutions and legal organizations. The conference materials and presentations will be in English with a majority of the sessions being translated simultaneously in French. 

The Scientific Program Planning Committee is accepting abstracts from professionals from throughout the world to present from these areas of expertise: latest medical information and research, legal challenges surrounding AHT cases, evidence-based and creative prevention programs and initiatives.
Please click here for more information about the abstract submission process.

Please note all abstracts are due by September 9, 2013. Please share this invitation with your colleagues you feel may be interested.

Sincerely,

Marilyn Barr, Founder and Executive Director, National Center on Shaken Baby Syndrome (USA), Founder and Executive Director
Anne Laurent-Vannier, MD, Head of the Department of Paediatric Rehabilitation, Hôpitaux de Saint Maurice-Val de Marne
Catherine Adamsbaum, MD, Professor and Chairman Paediatric Radiology, Bicêtre Hospital APHP, Paris-Sud University
Caroline Rey Salmon, MD, Paediatrician and Forensic Scientist (Médecin Légiste), Hôtel Dieu Hospital APHP

Mise à jour le 14 Novembre 2014