The BPNA conference is the annual scientific meeting for the paediatric neurology community in the UK. Consultant Paediatric Neurologists attend from all the UK paediatric neurology tertiary centres, together with paediatric neurology trainees, clinical research fellows, Consultant Paediatricians with an interest in epilepsy and neurology, paediatric trainees, specialist epilepsy and neurology nurses and other allied health professionals.
Due to the ongoing uncertainties arising from Covid-19, BPNA Executive decided on 11 September 2020 that BPNA 2021 will be entirely virtual. We will be in touch with exhibitors who have booked physical stand space in due course to make alternative arrangements.
Please download the following documents for full details of opportunities:
The BPNA wishes to provide appropriate opportunities for paediatric neurology patient and disease specific charities and related professional societies to engage with BPNA members and attendees. The following applies to registered charities whose charitable objectives are aligned with the BPNA charitable objectives. Please be aware that we have not yet updated our charity information to reflect the virtual only conference.
Stand space at the BPNA annual conference for registered charities:
- With a turnover <£1 million: stand space will be provided at no charge for as many charities as we can accommodate. There will be a daily charge for each representative to cover catering.
Following the successful Paediatric Neurology Charities meeting in January 2020, we propose to repeat and build on the experience. This will be held on Thursday 7 January 2021 and is open to all paediatric neurology related patient and disease specific charities.
The 2020 meeting proved to be an excellent opportunity for us to share information about BPNA projects and hear about your work, provide an update on guidance and research that impacts patients and discuss how we can work to support each other to benefit patients.
If you are interested in participating, please contact Philip.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Updated 30 September 2020