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Journal of Pediatric Surgery, 2020 Congress Edition

Dear Colleagues, Unfortunately, this year we will not be accepting papers for consideration of publication due to the postponement of BAPS 2020. It does not make sense to publish something in a societal edition if it has not actually been presented in the meeting; indeed “acceptance” would logically preclude presentation in 2021. Yours, Prof M Davenport ChM […]

Postponement Announced: 2020 Annual Congress

Postponement Announced of BAPS 67th Annual International Congress and 2nd Biliary Atresia and Related Diseases Conference   Dear Colleagues, Since the inception of the British Association of Paediatric Surgeons in 1953, the Annual Scientific Meeting has been held every July and has been the major educational event in the paediatric surgical calendar. We were also […]

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Update 26th March Our 2020 Annual Congress with BARD is now postponed to 2021. Read the Postponement Announcement. 16th March Please see our open letter to our members and colleagues: https://www.baps.org.uk/news/announcements/statement-regarding-covid-19/ We also have COVID-19 related resources for Paediatric Surgeons: https://www.baps.org.uk/professionals/covid-19-information-for-paediatric-surgeons/ 13th March 2020 The UK Government announced yesterday that the country would be entering […]

Escape Room

NEW to the BAPS annual scientific meeting, the ‘Paediatric Surgery Escape Room’.

Guide to Bruges

Our HonSec shares her tips to help you make the most of your time in Bruges with BAPS.

Congress 2019 Round-Up

This year’s 66th Annual International BAPS Congress in Nottingham has been one of our best attended Congresses in recent years. The sun was shining and the leafy environs of the East Midlands Conference Centre welcomed over 300 international delegates from all over the world to share their research and ideas. The week kicked off with […]

2019 Prizes

President’s prize for best clinical presentation by a trainee Joseph Davidson Long-term outcomes of Hirschsprung’s Disease with intellectual impairment: a 35-year institutional series Best Poster Presentation Felicity Arthur Idiopathic constipation: when NICE guidelines fail Best Trainee’s Free Paper Cornelis de Vogel (aka Henry de Vogel) Pilonidal sinus surgery in children: a novel approach     […]

Our Social Events in Nottingham

President’s Welcome Reception Wednesday 3rd July We are delighted to welcome our delegates to a reception to be held at the University Senate House just a short walk away from the Congress venue. Following on from the success of last year’s event, this year we will be entertained by Sealed Knot, a Civil War re-enactment […]