Headlines and its members arrange other national and regional events from time to time. These have recently included activity weekends for teenagers (Pioneer Centre) and a day at an Equestrian Centre (through Equest) to help provide new experiences and to build confidence.
Members will be notified directly of new events when arranged and the details will be posted on this page.
If you would like to arrange an event for Headlines members please contact the office: firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday 25 February 2017
The Council Room, King’s College London, King’s Building, Strand Campus, London, WC2R 2LS
We are pleased to announce that registration is now open for the inaugural Headlines Conference.
Please book now as places are limited and we are anticipating a high level of interest in this event.
The conference aims to share knowledge and engage patients, carers and health professionals affected or involved in the care of children and young adults with Craniosynostosis.
The presentations will cover day-to-day aspects of the management of Craniosynostosis, current research and your questions about the condition. Presenters will include a Craniofacial nurse specialist, ophthalmologists, psychologists, plastic and reconstructive surgeons, speech and language therapists and geneticists. There will also be a brainstorming session in the afternoon on key research questions to feed into the work of the Cleft & Craniofacial Anomalies Clinical Studies Group.
Headlines would like to give thanks to King’s College London for supporting this event and offering us use of their conference facilities.
We look forward to your attendance at this new and exciting Headlines event.
» Click here to download the programme (PDF file)
The Headlines Family Weekend is our main event, which we host annually and generally runs from Saturday morning to Sunday lunch time.Please click here for more information.
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