Child Health Technology - Virtual Conference

WELCOME

I am very excited to bring you the first Child Health Technology Conference, Child Health Technology 2021 (CHT2021).

CHT2021 will bring together healthcare professionals, industry experts, engineers, designers, academics, and patient representatives around one of the most exciting and fast moving fields in healthcare today.

Join us for inspirational keynote talks from leading experts, seminars on a wide range of topics, latest research findings in child health technology from academic teams around the globe, interactive Q&A sessions, and technology demonstrations. As the Director of NIHR Children and Young People MedTech Co-operative, Professor of Child Health, and Director of Research and Innovation at Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust, I have led on national technology networks that focus on the development and adoption of technology for paediatrics and child health through private and public sector collaboration.

It’s an exciting time to be part of our journey and I hope you can join us and help shape the future of child health technology.

Professor Paul Dimitri, CHT2021 Founder.

EVENT DETAILS

  

* Date: 2 - 5 March 2021

* Conference details and outline programme - click here.

* Conference booking - click here.

Early bird registration has been extended to Friday 15 January 2021!Delegate passes include: Access to all conference sessions during the broadcast on the afternoons of 2-5 March 2021 and for one month after the conference; Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points and certificate of attendance. Rates: Early Bird £120, Standard £150. Registration for CHT2021 is via our secure registration portal only.

ORGANISERS

CHT2021 is being organised by NIHR Children and Young People MedTech Co-operative (NIHR CYP MedTech) and Marketing Sheffield. 

NIHR CYP MedTech is one of the 11 MedTech and In vitro diagnostics Co-operatives (MICs) funded by the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR). NIHR CYP MedTech works across academic, industrial, and clinical sectors to support the development, clinical evaluation, and adoption of child health technology.