Celebrating 20 years of the Brazelton Centre UK - conference @ The Moller Centre, Churchill College, University of Cambridge, Cambridge [21 September]

Celebrating 20 years of the Brazelton Centre UK - conference

09:00 - 17:00

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The Moller Centre, Churchill College, University of Cambridge
Churchill College, Storey's Way,, CB3 0DE Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
This conference will highlight research and clinical work using the NBO and NBAS, and a presentation about the first national Touchpoints Training this year.

Keynote speaker: Professor Kevin Nugent, author of the NBO

Guest speaker: Professor Dieter Wolke

Other speakers include:
Dr. Sarah Lloyd-Fox — Research Fellow, Birkbeck, University of London: BRIGHT project
Prof. Topun Austin- Consultant Neonatologist, Rosie Hospital, Cambridge
Dr. Helen Sharp — Reader in Clinical Psychology, University of Liverpool
Catherine Mee — Clinical Pathway Lead, Tameside and Glossop

Call for Posters:
General Theme: Young Children and Families — Promoting wellbeing and healthy relationships in the first years of life.
We are accepting abstract submissions until 1st August 2017.
More info at brazelton.co.uk/courses/conference

Conference fee
Early Bird rate: £75.00 (until 1st July 2017)
General rate: £85.00 (after 1st July 2017)
Students rate: £30.00
Cost includes lunch and refreshments.

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