Upcoming events within the Department of Paediatrics
Monday, 20 August 2018
We cordially invite you to attend the Departmental Away Day, held on Monday, August 20th, at St Hugh’s College, St Margaret's Rd, Oxford OX2 6LE.
Friday, 29 June 2018 to Sunday, 01 July 2018
3 day residential course covering topics in paediatric infection for paediatric infectious disease trainees and trainers and for all those who manage children with infections.
Tuesday, 05 June 2018 to Thursday, 07 June 2018
The Paediatric Neuroimaging Group are very excited to hosting a 3-day event at the Cheltenham Science Festival...... Let’s talk about infant pain!
Friday, 20 April 2018
The MRC WIMM Annual Science Away Day on Friday, 20 April 2018 at the Saïd Business School is a great opportunity to catch up on all the excellent science that is in the MRC WIMM, network and meet the Scientific Advisory Board. Please make every effort to attend and help make this a lively and interactive day.
Thursday, 15 March 2018
The annual immunisation seminar is held at the Kassam Conference Centre, Oxford and provides an ideal opportunity for practitioners, to both update their current immunisation knowledge and to hear the latest news on the topic of vaccination.
Monday, 11 July 2016 to Wednesday, 13 July 2016
A 3 day residential training course for trainers and trainees and for all those involved in managing children with infections
Thursday, 17 March 2016
The annual Immunisation Seminar is held at the Richard Doll Building on the Old Road Campus and provides an ideal opportunity for practitioners to both update their current immunisation knowledge and to hear the latest news on the topic of vaccination.
Monday, 07 March 2016, 6pm to 7pm
Oxford Society of Paediatrics Event
Monday, 29 June 2015, 11am to 4pm
Monday, 29 June 2015 to Wednesday, 01 July 2015
13th Hot Topics In Infection And Immunity In Children will be held at St. Catherine's College, Oxford.
Tuesday, 09 June 2015, 5pm to 6pm
Innate genius or hard work? Professor Sarah-Jane Leslie argues that the perceived amount of genius or hard work required to succeed in an academic field is an indicator of the presence and extent of the gender gap in that field.