UPDATE: Due to recent developments with the COVID 19 outbreak in Belgium and in the world, we took the decision to postpone our SBP/BVK meeting to 22-23 October 2020
All registrations will be automatically transferred to the new dates, no action is needed. If you are not able to attend the meeting in October, please check if one of your colleagues is available and we will transfer your registration free of charge. If you cannot find anyone to replace you, a refund can be requested.
We would like to wish all of you the best for the following days and weeks.
It is both a pleasure and an honour to invite you to the 48th Annual Meeting of the Belgian Society of Paediatrics (BVK-SBP) in Brussels on Thursday October 22 and Friday October 23, 2020.
The topic of the meeting will be Innovations for better health in Pediatrics.
We believe that working with an ‘all on board’ state-of-mind is a pre-requisite to innovation, allowing us to really think out of the box. We are currently putting together a cutting edge scientific program with renowned national and international speakers, addressing topics relevant for clinical practice, but also to provide key knowledge to better understand our fast evolving environment.
The organizing committee provides the opportunity to present abstracts with a variety of different topics to expand knowledge within the field of Pediatrics. Seize the opportunity to showcase how innovative collaborations, technologies, research, trials, communications… enlarge your vision or day-to-day paediatric practice. You will find all relevant information to get you started on this website.
The 48th Meeting is organised by the paediatric Department from ULB. It will be held in “The Egg”, a new congress location in an old tradition building close to the Brussels Midi railway station, offering easy approach by train and car, with plenty of parking.
The meeting will be of large interest to all general and specialised paediatricians.
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|Prof. Dr. P. Smeesters
||President of the Congress, HUDERF
|Dr. M. Raes
||President of the BVK/SBP