Since its establishment in 1953, the European Paediatric Research Society (ESPR) has evolved from a club for paediatricians interested in research in children to improve child care, to a 500-member strong organisation.
ESPR aims to promote paediatric research in Europe and encourage collaboration between different specialised fields of paediatrics to maintain paediatrics as a unified, scientifically orientated discipline.
One of the ways ESPR achieves these goals is by organising its own annual congress and co-organising others. These prestigious paediatric meetings attract thousands of experts in all fields of paediatrics, providing them with networking opportunities and exposure to the latest available research, treatments and patient care.
We welcome you to celebrate 50 years of ESPR meetings at next year’s congress, which will take place in Hamburg, October 9-12, 2009, and promises to be an unprecedented event.
For more information regarding the European Paediatric Research Society (ESPR) visit our website at: www.espr.info