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Book your place at national NIPE conference 2019

A photo of the skyline of Manchester showing the town hall and other buildings
The 2019 NIPE conference is being held in Manchester
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Book your place at PHE's national newborn and infant physical examination (NIPE) screening programme conference in September 2019.

Feedback on previous conferences has always been really positive, with people saying how useful they are, so we decided another one was well overdue.

Update on what's new

This year's conference will start with an update from PHE's NIPE Programme Manager Jill Walker.

Jill will have lots to tell delegates about as it has been a busy time in NIPE screening. Projects she will be discussing include:

Eminent speakers have confirmed they will be there, making the conference interesting, relevant and current for all 4 elements (hearts, eyes, hips and testes) of the NIPE screening programme.

The afternoon will kick off with a NIPE data quiz, so get your thinking hats on. This will be followed by sessions on:

  • embedding NIPE training in the pre-registration curriculum
  • the unique role of the failsafe officer and support of the local NIPE programme
  • NIPE incidents
  • customer survey findings and actions on the current IT system

So don’t delay, book your place today to avoid disappointment as we have strictly limited numbers.

We hope to see you in Manchester on Wednesday 25 September 2019.

To book your place, please email louise.toal@nhs.net as soon as possible.

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