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We are very sorry to announce that the Perinatal 2020 conference is being postponed. All delegate and sponsorship fees will be refunded and accepted abstracts will be given priority when the meeting is rearranged.

Thank you very much for supporting this event. We will share further updates as soon as we can.

Myles Taylor, President, BMFMS

Helen Mactier, President, BAPM

James Boardman, President, NNS

The Perinatal 2020 conference is being postponed

We are very sorry to announce that the Perinatal 2020 conference is being postponed. All delegate and sponsorship fees will be refunded and accepted abstracts will be given priority when the meeting is rearranged.

BMFMS

The BMFMS aims to improve the standard of pregnancy care by dissemination knowledge, promoting and funding research, contributing to the development and implementation of high quality training, and providing a forum where issues relevant to pregnancy care are discussed.

The ultimate goal is to encourage improved standards of pregnancy care. The BMFMS provides a Maternal and Fetal Medicine input to relevant Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) committees and provides advice on Maternal and Fetal Medicine training to the RCOG. The BMFMS also makes representation to other Colleges and other national bodies/organisations when appropriate.

The Society also aims to develop links to other similar societies based in different geographical locations.

The Neonatal Society

The Neonatal Society was founded in 1959 to bring together scientists and clinicians with an interest in the foetus and newborn. The object of the Society is the promotion of Neonatal Science. The Society has a well-established track record of fostering new research by the award of prizes to leading young investigators, as well as a student research bursary.

The Society has an official place in the History of Medicine with an archive box in the Wellcome Museum in London holding committee minutes and abstract books.

The Society meets three times a year. In the spring and autumn there are one day meetings in London. These are free meetings and non-members of the Society are welcome and encouraged to attend.

BAPM

The British Association of Perinatal Medicine (BAPM) is a professional association and registered charity.
Established in 1976, BAPM improves standards of perinatal care by supporting all those involved in perinatal care to optimise their skills and knowledge, promote high quality, safe and innovative practice, encourage research, and speak out for the needs of babies and their families.

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