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As adults can tell us when they are feeling pain we can often simply ask them whether pain medication is working. As babies cannot talk, we need to rely on other measures to find out whether they are feeling pain. It is not always possible to know whether a baby is in pain by looking at their behaviour. Join Oxfordscibar to hear Rebeccah Slater discuss whether the use of modern brain imaging techniques can tell us whether a baby can feel pain. This is particularly important for babies admitted to intensive care after birth who may need lots of medical interventions to be performed everyday as part of their essential medical care. 

This event is free.

Forthcoming events

Online Introduction to Immunisation Training - 6 October 2021

Wednesday, 06 October 2021, 9.15am to 3pm

This training is for general practice nurses and other health professionals who are new to the role of administering and promoting and / or advising about vaccines.

Virtual Immunisation Update Training – 25 January 2022

Tuesday, 25 January 2022, 9.30am to 12.30pm

A free immunisation update training for General Practice Nurses and other registered healthcare practitioners who administer/advise about immunisations within the BOB and Frimley ICS. **This is an online training and will be delivered using Microsoft Teams.**

Virtual Immunisation Update Training – 26 January 2022

Wednesday, 26 January 2022, 9.30am to 12.30pm

A free immunisation update training for General Practice Nurses and other registered healthcare practitioners who administer/advise about immunisations within the BOB and Frimley ICS. **This is an online training and will be delivered using Microsoft Teams.**

Oxford Vaccine Group 17th Immunisation Seminar

Thursday, 17 March 2022, 9am to 4pm

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