Access the Latest Advice Across Pediatric Specialties


The 15th EIP scientific program can be viewed as a series of parallel speciality conferences covering the latest hot topics and developments across sub-specialities of pediatrics. The leading pediatric experts and researchers from across the world will deliver 120+ state-of-the-art presentations across 5 parallel streams on topics covering specialties such as; Pediatric Dermatology, Pediatric Rheumatology, Pediatric Gastroenterology, Pediatric Nutrition, Pediatric Endocrinology, Pediatric Infectious Diseases, Pediatric Respiratory and Allergies, Emergency Pediatrics, Neonatology, and Adolescent Medicine. EIP works hard to make sure a variety of different types of sessions are included in the program, including:

  • Opening and Closing Plenary Keynote Sessions - Single-speaker keynote lectures by leading experts chosen to inspire and educate.

  • Updates & Advances Sessions - Designed to provide clinical updates to the general pediatrician bringing them up-to-date with the latest developments in a subspecialty of pediatrics.

  • Interactive Case Studies - Presentation and discussion on individual cases followed by debate, amongst the speaker and the audience, on the best course of action in each case.

  • Interdisciplinary Sessions - A series of cross-speciality presentations looking at overarching topics (Pain, Joints, Fever) from a multidisciplinary perspective. Signs and treatment per area, not just per discipline.

  • Health Policy Working Groups - Sessions designed to examine current child health policies in subspecialties of pediatrics tasked with identifying barriers that need to be overcome to improve health outcomes.

EIP are proud to provide all delegates with access to the latest practical pediatric advice covering all stages of life, from infancy and early years to adolescent health, including the transition to adult care. The program builds on the success of the past 14 editions. It has been designed to provide all pediatric healthcare professionals with a comprehensive and concise overview of the main pediatric developments each year.