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Are you a presenter in Bruges? You are also invited to submit a manuscript for consideration to be part of the Congress edition of the Journal of Pediatric Surgery. Please see full guidelines on the Congress website. Don’t forget that the deadline for this is fast approaching – 30th May 2023. Kate Meaden Congress Secretariat
The Poster Hall will open on Monday 5th June, so there are only 3 weeks left to get your poster loaded! The timings of the Poster Walks are now all on the on-line schedule for Thursday 22nd June, but please note that only those in Bruges can participate in the walks – these cannot be […]
We are counting down the weeks before our 69th Congress in Bruges. A day ahead of our Congress we have two meetings on the 20th June 2023: Our Inter/ National Training Day is a a joint collaboration with our Belgian counterparts, BELAPS and has a morning of hands-on activities involving models, followed by an afternoon […]
The Denis Browne Gold Medal for 2023 will be awarded to Azad Najmaldin from England. The Denis Browne Gold Medal is awarded for outstanding contribution to paediatric Surgery and the presentation is made during the Congress. You can read more about the Denis Browne Gold Medal on the main BAPS Website.
The pandemic was a driver for change, find out about how we are delivering posters in a hybrid setting in 2023.
We’ve had several enquiries asking for day registration rates. For a while we did offer day registration at BAPS but the combination of post-pandemic staff shortages and escalating costs have had a huge impact on the events industries which are passed down to event organisers who then have no choice but to pass on these […]
With trainee members paying just £280 to attend our Congress in Bruges at the Earlybird rate and consultantant members eligible to decide our next President, it's a great time to be a BAPS member.
Delivering a meeting without borders in a world of uncertainty
Please join us in beautiful Bruges It is a wonderfully maintained partially cobblestoned city – very easy to walk around.Nick and I are driving to Bruges There is a large underground car park as you head off the motor way under the main square. Train or flights are equally easy. We’re staying at Grand Hotel […]