We are pleased to invite you to attend the International Conference on Pediatrics & Neonatology (ICPN-2018) that will take place in Rome, Italy during August 13-15, 2018. The conference is organized by Innovinc International with a various pediatric and noenatological societies and associations. The theme of the Conference “A Leap towards Safeguarding the Health and Well-being of our Future Generations” puts emphasis on the modern scientific and technological achievements and attempts to approach, in a creative way, future of industrial applications
ICPN-2018 is distinguished by its unique blend of basic science and clinical practice. With state-of-the-art scientific presentations delivered by a global faculty with first-hand experience and knowledge of the conditions that they discuss, this meetings is notable for the extraordinarily wide range of countries represented and the opportunity they afford for close exchange and communication between senior and junior colleagues.
The goal of this conference is to present the latest, updated scientific evidence on the care, treatment and follow-up of preterm neonates. The congress will be a multidisciplinary program of neonatal and perinatal research and practice, giving the opportunity to interact and share clinical and research experiences with colleagues in the Neonatology community.
If you require any further information please do not hesitate to contact the conference Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org
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