We'll keep you up to date with all the important events and conferences relating to Young People's Health.
RCEM: Forgotten Tribe Study Day 2021
8 June 2021
This study day will define the key themes in acute adolescent medicine and describe treatment options for acute mental and sexual health conditions. It will review current approaches to address the safeguarding needs of Young People and the important components of consent and capacity as relating to young people. It will also explore different communication approaches to use with young people.
7th Annual Adolescent Health Conference
13-14 May 2021, Translating Research into Practice
This year the Michigan Medicine Adolescent Health Initiative are hosting the 7th conference on-line. Each year, the event hosts over 450 attendees from nearly all 50 states, and a growing international community. More than half of the sessions at the event are co-facilitated by youth, and the planning of the conference is guided by the Adolescent Health Initiative’s (AHI) Teen Advisory Council
RCPCH conference online 2021 - YPHSIG Joint session
15-17 June 2021, virtual
The RCPCH conference 2021 has moved online. The YPHSIG session will be held on the 16th June (timings TBC). Abstract submission is now open and closes on the 10th March 2021
3rd European Symposium on Transition
9 September 2021, Full Digital Edition
Unisanté and the Université de Paris have teamed up and decided to launch the third edition. Due to the current situation, it will only last one day and will be held online. That means that, unfortunately, we will not have the (almost traditional) speed networking supper… But we will still have brilliant international experts (go the "Planning" tab), yoga sessions and we will have the chance to see and discuss what is new in the field of transition from pediatric to adult care.
Get your screens ready, we hope to see you there!
IAAH: 12th World Congress of Adolescent Health
19-21 November Lima, Peru
The International Association of Adolescent Health is hosting the 12th World Congress Adolescent Health: Meeting the challenge of global change