April 22-24th 2020
Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Cardiff
On behalf of my colleagues in South Wales and the CFSGBI, we would invite you to attend the Craniofacial Society Annual Scientific Meeting in April 2020, our theme is 'Making a Difference'
Our conference venue the RWCMD is ideally situated in the centre of Cardiff within walking distance of hotels, excellent shopping and all of the evening social event venues.
The drinks reception (22nd April) will be held in Cardiff castle and delegates will be able to attend pre-arranged tours of the castle and grounds. The gala dinner (23rd April) will be in The National Museum of Wales, a beautiful and historical building.
Cardiff is easy to reach by train and air plus very straightforward road access via the M4 motorway. There are many options for accommodation, ranging from budget hotels and guesthouses to luxurious hotels.
We look forward to welcoming you to Wales:
Croeso i Gymru! (Welcome to Wales)
April 22-24th 2020
On behalf of my colleagues in Edinburgh and the CFSGBI, I warmly invite you to join us in July 2021, for the 14th International Cleft Congress.
Our custom built conference venue, the EICC, is surrounded by a range of hotels, and cafes, in the very heart of Edinburgh – a short walk from many famous tourist sites, such as Edinburgh Castle and the Queen’s Palace at Holyrood. Our long summer days leave plenty of time to explore, with 17 hours of daylight.
We have much to learn from each other by sharing clinical experience, audit and research and building on and developing new collaborations.
As we say in Scotland – Ceud mìlle fàilte (A Hundred Thousand Welcomes)!
Dr Felicity V Mehendale
International Confederation of Cleft Lip & Palate and Related Craniofacial Anomalies (2017-2021).
For more information: www.cleft2021.com
Follow us on twitter: @EdinCleft2021
During the 10’th European Craniofacial Congress in Gothenburg, Sweden in 2015, the European
Cleft Palate Craniofacial Association (ECPCA) was founded. This association will consist
of all national associations in Europe. The ECPCA will promote and support the management of
cleft lip and palate deformities, and related craniofacial anomalies in Europe by organizing a
multi-disciplinary European Congress once every four years for dissemination of experience
and knowledge in this field.
Further details on this event can be foundhere.
2nd International Pierre Robin Sequence (RS) Consensus Meeting, Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, May 2017
The 2nd International Pierre Robin Sequence (RS) Consensus Meeting promises to build on the success of the inaugural conference held in 2014.
This year's event explores the question:
"Are we treating our patients with Robin Sequence in the best way?"
The objectives for this meeting are to:
Facilitate clinical care and research progress for children with RS
Collaborate to advance care for children with RS
Present scientific advances in the care of children with RS
Visit the conference website in the coming months for more details, including program, registration and fee information.
To register visit: www.craniofacialconference.org