Durham Infancy and Sleep Centre 22nd Anniversary Conference
Monday, 28 March 2022
Please join us for a celebration of 20+ years of work at Durham Infancy and Sleep Centre. Several international speakers will be sharing how they've implemented aspects of our research in practice. Our aim for the conference is to inspire you to use research to make change.
Registration to attend in-person is £45.00 and includes registration to the conference in Durham and a catered lunch. Registration to attend online is £25.00 and will allow you to watch the event in real-time and will provide you with access to a recording of the event.
We understand that, given the circumstances, you may wish to swap your booking before the conference. If this is the case, please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that if you wish to swap from an in-person ticket to an online one unfortunately, due to upfront costs, we cannot reimburse the difference. If you wish to swap from an online ticket to an in-person one, we will require you to pay the difference.
We have reserved a limited number of rooms in University accommodation for Sunday 27 March, the night before the conference. These are located in Grey College, which is a five minute walk from the conference venue, at a cost of £39.66. This price includes a single, en-suite room and continental breakfast. You can book one of these rooms alongside your registration on this form.
James McKenna, Univ. Notre Dame - 20 Years of Research-Led Changes
Prof McKenna will be MC for the conference and wrap up the day by sharing his insights on the past 20 years.
Janette Westman, Unicef UK BFI - Caring for Babies at Night
UNICEF UK Baby Friendly guidance and recommendations around the care of babies during the night.
Kathleen Marinelli, Academy Bf Medicine - Breastfeeding and Bed-sharing
The latest Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine protocol for clinicians worldwide.
Kristin Tully, Univ. North Carolina - ‘Couplet Care’ and the 4th Trimester
An innovative new approach to mother-baby care for US post-natal wards.
Jeanine Young, Univ. Sunshine Coast - Reducing preventable sleep-related infant death in priority populations
The role of evidence-based responsive and practical public health strategies.
Lea Geiger and Lisa Sutherland, British Columbia Perinatal Services – Safer Infant sleep: A Shared Responsibility
The British Columbia-wide safer sleep: family centered, trauma informed and culturally safe approach to infant sleep.
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