Toxicology Summit 2019 brings together toxicologists, pharmacologists, scientists, researchers, biochemists and industrialists from around the world. At this summit you can meet the world leading toxicologists, pharmacologists, clinical research professionals and biochemists to core the knowledge and surpass in this field.
Takes pleasure in inviting the scientific community across the globe to attend the 5th International Conference on Spine and Spinal Disorders during April 25–26, 2019 Rome, Italy with a motto to Explore Innovations in Spinal treatment.
Nutrition & Pediatrics 2019 Conference welcomes you to grace with your presence. 23rd World Nutrition & Pediatrics Healthcare Conference to be held Helsinki, Finland during April 29-30, 2019. This Nutrition & Pediatrics 2019 Conference will bring Pediatricians, Pediatrics Researchers, Primary Care Professional, Clinical Nutritionists, Dieticians and Scientist to discuss strategies for Nutrition & Pediatrics globally with the theme of “Advancement and innovation in Nutrition & Pediatrics Healthcare”.
We join boards to make a difference in our communities. To do this well, we need to ensure they are functioning well and really adding value, as they lead the organisation into the future. This workshop is for board members who feel they have an understanding of governance, but are looking for the skills and knowledge to create a high performing leadership team - with the people and resources we have available to us. During the highly interactive workshop, participants will have the opportunity to explore their board’s roles and responsibilities, as well as work with a range of tools and processes to deepen governance practice.
Advanced training on supporting the suicidal person. Workshop participants will explore a model of engagement, support and safe containment of those who are experiencing suicidal thinking or behaviour. Facilitator: Barry Taylor - Award winning suicide prevention practitioner
This workshop will introduce how using sensory modulation as a clinical or community based intervention can support service users to moderate their sensory input and maintain or regain a sense of calm. Not only will it provide an overview of the anatomy and function of the brainstem and limbic system in relation to neural regulation, but it will show how trauma alters the nervous system, and what we might do to minimise distress.