3rd International summer course on children and adolescents with chronic illness & 1st European Transition Symposium

Third International summer course on children and adolescents with chronic illness

September 12th-13th

This international course will cover a wide range of themes linked to chronic illness such as mental health, risk behaviors, economic aspects, or therapeutic education. The third edition of the international summer school will last 2 days this year as it will be followed by the first European symposium on transition. Participants who attend the summer school can attend the symposium free of charge and can submit abstracts.

The detailed program is now available here: Summer course 2018 Program

First European Transition Symposium

September 14th

We are delighted to organize the first European Symposium on Transition that will take place at the Lausanne University Hospital. Transition from pediatric to adult care for adolescents with chronic illness has been a growing theme of interest in clinic as well as in research for the past 2 decades. The aim of this symposium is to gather experts in transition from around Europe in order to share experiences and think together on where to go from now.

The detailed program is now available here: Symposium Program & Abstract guidelines

Call for ABSTRACTS (Deadline May 20th 2018)

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Registration for the course and symposium are now open (deadline: June 15th, 2018)!

For more information: www.lesadoscourses.ch

 

1ST EUROPEAN TRANSITION SYMPOSIUM – CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

Lausanne, Switzerland, September 14th 2018 – 8:00-17:00 (including a speed networking supper on the 13th of September at 19:00)

We are delighted to organize the first European Symposium on Transition that will take place at the Lausanne University Hospital. Transition from pediatric to adult care for adolescents with chronic illness has been a growing theme of interest in clinic as well as in research for the past 2 decades. A realm of literature has come out on the subject and many transition programs have arisen. However, everyone has been doing it very much independently from one another. Now the time has come to put our knowledge and expertise together. The aim of this symposium is to gather experts in transition from around Europe in order to share experiences and think together on where to go from now.

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS: deadline May 20th 2018

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International Association for Adolescent Health Award for Professor Joan-Carles Suris

Professor Joan-Carles Surís was presented the IAAH Founders’ Award, the highest distinction given by the International Association for Adolescent Health in recognition of outstanding lifetime achievement in advancing the health of adolescents locally, regionally, and globally and for his contribution to the International Association for Adolescent Health.

It’s the first time that an adolescent health professional receives this award in Switzerland.