Saturday 3 March 2018
10.30 - 17.00 (Lunch included)
Sheffield Hallam University, Stoddart Lecture Theatre, City Campus, Howard Street, Sheffield, S1 1WB
Registration is now open for the second Headlines Conference,
hosted by Sheffield Hallam University.
The conference aims to share knowledge and engage patients, carers and health professionals affected or involved in the care of children and young adults with Craniosynostosis.
The conference has a varied programme including:
Presenters will include surgeons, craniofacial nurse specialists, clinical and research psychologists, speech and language therapists, and clinical geneticists. There will be an opportunity to ask the speakers questions and hear from experts from different supra-regional craniofacial units. There will be breaks to meet with other patients and families to share experiences and offer support.
» Click here to view programme
» Click here to view the list of speakers
Tickets can be purchased at a cost of £6. Please book now as we are anticipating a high level of interest in this event. Places are limited and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.
Travel and accommodation
There is car parking in the city centre car parks. We recommend that you take public transport. City Campus is conveniently situated opposite Sheffield train station and next to Sheffield bus station. The train station is just a five-minute walk to the city campus. The nearest main airports are Manchester, Leeds Bradford and East Midlands.
Sheffield Hallam University have agreed preferential rates with certain hotels. Please quote the reference listed when booking to obtain the discount. The Jury's Inn and the Novotel are the closest to the Stoddart Building.
The Headlines Family Weekend is our main event, which we host annually and generally runs from Saturday morning to Sunday lunch time.Please click here for more information.
Donations & Sponsorship
Headlines is almost entirely funded by donations. Continued financial support is essential to maintain the work of Headlines.Please click here to find out how you can help.