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Cerebral Palsy & Spasticity Network study day - 9th November 2018
17 October 2018

The West Midlands Cerebral Palsy and Spasticity Network in conjunction with Partners in Paediatrics are holding their 5th study day on Friday, 9th November 2018.

The event is aimed at Consultants, doctors in training, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, orthotists, GP's and anyone else involved with children and young people with cerebral palsy.

The programme this year will focuss on the 'How we can support each other'.

Mr. Rob Freeman, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Robert Jones & Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust is hosting this years event at Robert Jones & Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital.

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Annual Conference & AGM 2018
09 October 2018

The PiP Annual Conference & AGM took place on Tuesday, 9th October in the centre of Birmingham. We were pleased to welcome back Kath Evans, Head of Patient Experience, NHS England, who as usual got the event off to a very upbeat start. Kath referred to PiPs event in 2015 'Engaging Children & Young People', which involved the Young people from the Shropshire Health Champions.

Meera Sookee, Head of Policy for CYP at NHS England

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"PiP has a lot of credibility amongst paediatricians and health care professionals. Working in collaboration, members have consistently established clinical networks in a number of speciality areas."

Jonathan Howell, Consultant in Public Health

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Hilary Cass, Former President, RCPCH

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Consultant Anaesthetist (attendee at Study Day)