20195th King’s John Price Paediatric Respiratory Conference
Bush House, 30 Aldwych, London WC2B 4BG
2 – 4 April 2019, London
The UK’s largest gathering of paediatric respiratory professionals has now taken place
The 5th King’s John Price Paediatric Respiratory Conference 2019 attracted over 550 attendees across the 3 days. Speakers for the conference Speakers include Prof Francine Ducharme, Prof Stan Szefler, Prof Felix Ratjen, Prof Leila Kheirandish-Gozal, Prof Paul Brand, Prof Marti Pons, and many more.
Tuesday 2 April saw attendees join a day of pre-conference masterclasses and the ‘Science and Story’ themed Opening Ceremony opened the main conference programme, all in the stunning setting of the newly renovated an opened Bush House.
On 3rd April 2019 the programme was packed with keynote plenaries, as well as smaller parallel sessions, selected by delegates, to align with their own personal interests. With a focus on collaborative discussion of the diagnosis and management of a diverse range of paediatric respiratory disorders, the conference welcomed delegates from across the spectrum of health and allied practitioners for a day of paediatric respiratory excellence.
After a highly successful second day day at the 5th King’s John Price Paediatric Respiratory Conference – and enjoying a 5th birthday dinner at the Waldorf – delegates returned to Bush House on the morning of April 4th for the second main conference day. Following on from the previous days, delegates enjoyed another packed programme of keynote plenaries, parallel sessions tailored to delegates interests and personal and professional sessions.
RCPCH has approved this Conference for CPD in accordance with the current RCPCH CPD guidelines
Conference Details & Documentation
Main Conference Programme and Pre Conference Masterclass / workshops / PG courses (Tuesday 2 April)
Who Should Attend
We believe this day will be of primary interest to paediatricians, trainees, specialist nurses, physiotherapists, pharmacists, community nurses, general practitioners, practice mangers and anyone interested in respiratory problems in children.
What Previous Delegates Said
96% of delegates from 2018 rated the educational value of the Conference as good or excellent.
“The conference is the highlight of the UK paediatric respiratory calendar. New treatments, evidence-based practice and networking. Expert speakers from around the world. Altogether excellent!”