To Friday 15 January 2016 - 17:00
The International Multidisciplinary Paediatric & Neonatal Acute and Critical Care (IMPNACC) research school
An increasing number of neonates and children are surviving critical illness and many have complex healthcare needs. Recovering from critical illness can be a long-term process and children and their families face many challenges. A number of disciplines have an interest in critically ill children and research collaborations across disciplines have the potential to improve healthcare practices and inform methodological developments. The IMPNACC research school provides both essential skills and knowledge for methodological and content issues and the opportunity for researchers to collaborate with other researchers in the field. After the success of the 1st IMPNACC research school held in Preston UK in 2014, this 2nd research school will focus on team science and personal branding with the following goals:
• Build national, European and international research collaborations in the paediatric & neonatal fields.
• Create networks of early career and senior researchers in these fields.
• Provide high quality methods teaching opportunities.