BPNA Trainees’ Meeting 2024 HYBRID

The BPNA Trainees Special Interest group will be hosting the annual BPNA Trainees’ Meeting 2024 as a Hybrid event, on 23 and 24 May 2024, at Conference Aston, Birmingham.

CLICK HERE for further information and to book on.

The theme of this year’s meeting is ‘Paediatric Neuroinflammation’ and the second day of the meeting will be dedicated to research.
The programme will be updated soon.

The below 3 booking options are available:
• NON BPNA members In Person - standard course fee: £142.00
• Virtual Attendance only: £100.00
• BPNA members In Person - reduced rate place: £118.00
Dinner will be arranged at a local restaurant on Thursday 23 May. Details will follow soon. Participation is at £45.00 per person for a 3-course menu.
Accommodation is available at Conference Aston and can be booked via the above link at £120.00 per night, including breakfast.
Who are we?
The BPNA Trainees' Group comprises middle grades in paediatric neurology, either currently training in the specialty or interested in so doing.
The group communicates by email and is a forum for discussion and dissemination of information regarding training matters and developments in the paediatric neurology, at both national and international level. We contribute to BPNA discussions on the syllabus for training and recommendations for training centres.
The BPNA Trainees' meeting is held each year. It is an informal educational meeting attended by trainees of all grades from all around the UK and beyond. 
Business Meeting
There is a trainees' business meeting each year at the BPNA annual scientific meeting in January.
How to stay in touch
If you are training in paediatric neurology or hope to do so, and would like to keep in touch with the group, please join the BPNA as a 'Trainee member' and also see our careers page.  The annual subscription for 2023-2024 is only £61.50 and entitles you to reduced rates at the trainees meeting and annual conference. As a BPNA member you also receive notifications of  events, courses and adverts for jobs and clinical fellowships.

Paediatric Neurology Trainees' Representative
Robert Spaull