DescriptionConference highlights include:
Sessions dedicated to excellence in interdisciplinary neurodevelopmental care, showcasing the latest science, clinical interventions and innovations, and health policy.
For the first time in CNOC’s history, a session bringing together leaders from seven Cardiac Networks United (CNU) collaborating networks to envision ways of working together to improve neurodevelopmental outcomes.
Our Year-in-Review, presenting a selection of the top publications relevant to our field this year.
Presentations devoted to developing a deeper understanding of the effects of stress and trauma on the body, mind, and our communities.
Innovations in neuromonitoring and neuroimaging across the lifespan in CHD.
A joint session with The En Coeur Fondation, partnering with patient and parent champions to promote health outcomes.
Science posters and abstracts submitted to the conference, including oral presentation of the eight ‘Best of the Best’ submitted abstracts.
CNOC updates, including a special focus on the work of our Diversity and Inclusion Special Interest Group (SIG) and a workshop introducing the new Health Equities Module within the CNOC Registry.
And we will proudly present this year’s Newburger-Bellinger Cardiac Neurodevelopmental Award Winner. This is one of the highest honors in the field, presented only to an individual in our cardiac neurodevelopment community who has made significant contributions to clinical care, research, knowledge, teaching or community advocacy leading to improvements in the neurodevelopmental outcomes of children with heart disease.
|Period||24 Oct 2022 → 27 Oct 2022|
|Location||Montreal, Canada, Quebec|
|Degree of Recognition||International|