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Overview

For those working or thinking of working within paediatric and adolescent rheumatology and with an interest in research.

2020 date: TBC

Location: Bristol

The Paediatric and Adolescent Research Day is a great event to get guidance and network in an intimate and informal setting.

We would love to hear your research idea during this day. This is an excellent opportunity to showcase any preliminary work you have been undertaking and gain feedback from your colleagues.

Please select submit your research idea through the abstract submission site and select 'Research project proposal' as your topic for this option.

Objectives

  • Showcase your research in a friendly enthusiastic environment

  • Improve your research skills

  • Get inspired by peer presentations

  • Get ideas for potential research topics

  • Network with peers from all paediatric rheumatology units in the UK

  • Earn CPD credits (approved by the Royal College of Paediatric and Child Health)

2019 programme

Monday 7 October

Morning session
08:00-13:55

Includes keynote lecture and abstract sessions


Time

Session title

Speakers

08:00-09:00

Registration


09:00-09:10

Welcome address

Dr Eslam Al-Abadi

09:10-09:30

Clinical Studies Group and research representative update

Claire Pain

09:30-10:30

Keynote lecture: why should you care about the Human Cell Atlas and its implications for clinical trial design?

Prof C Buckley

10:30-11:00

Cluster JIA

Prof L Wedderburn

11:00-11:25

Refreshments

11:25-12:50

Abstract session 1

Dr Eslam Al-Abadi

11:30-11:50

Incidence of Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis in the UK: estimates from a national primary care dataset

Jenny Humphreys

11:50-12:10

What impact does JIA have on quality of life over time?

Andrew Smith

12:10-12:30

A scoping review to support the development of pGALSplus: a multi-professional tool and educational resource

Vicky Mercer

12:30-12:50

Etanercept and IBD: can we identify 'at-risk' patients?

Kathryn Shepherd

12:50-13:55

Lunch and networking

Afternoon session
13:55-18:00

Includes abstract sessions

Time

Session title

Speakers

13:55-15:30

Abstract session 2

Eslam Al-Abadi

14:00-14:30

Service evaluation of ankle damage in a single-centre paediatric cohort of JIA

Sunil Sampath

14:30-15:00

Genetics of JIA: the identification of a novel risk locus and clinical subgroup analysis

John Bowes

15:00-15:30

Establishment of a cross-specialty collaboration and national registry to enable research and improve management of haemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis/macrophage activation syndrome

Ethan Sen

15:30-15:45

Refreshments

15:45-17:10

Abstract session 3

Eslam Al-Abadi

15:50-16:10

Magnetic resonance imaging findings in children with Parry Romberg syndrome and en coup de sabre

Harry Knights

16:10-16:30

UK and Ireland paediatric primary Sjögren's syndrome cohort study and repository (UK/Ireland PpSS cohort study and repository)

Charlene Foley

16:30-16:50

Can high ANA titre combined with clinical features predict developing autoimmune conditions in children?

Ovgu Kul Cinar

16:50-17:10

Do we meet the needs of patients with non-inflammatory conditions referred to paediatric rheumatology?

Sofie Berrisford

17:10-18:00

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