The Jerusalem International Conference

"The Challenged Child"

 Child health, Development and Welfare

Jerusalem,  December 2 – 4, 2019

Join us

You are welcome to join us in Jerusalem. Register and come.

Should you also have a relevant or important research to share with us and with the scientific and clinical community, we encourage you to submit us your abstract and to present it as an oral presentation, symposium, workshop or as a poster .

Among the conference topics to be discussed in the Jerusalem Conference:

  • Therapeutic uses of cannabis in children
  • New treatments for rare diseases
  • Raising a child with a chronic disease or disability
  • Growing up under the specter of war or terrorism
  • Long-term outcomes of prematurity
  • Child abuse and neglect
  • Long-term challenges of adoption
  • Autism
  • Pediatric palliative care
  • displaced children
  • Immigration
  • Screening for addiction
  • Medical clowns
  • Screens and media among children
  • General Pediatrics
  • Neonatal care Nursing
  • Pediatric dentistry
  • Child psychiatry
  • Case reports

 

Abstract should be submitted to the conference scientific committee at Email:  [email protected]

Guidelines for abstract submission can be found on this website.  

 

We are looking forward to learning together from all Disciplines that care for children medical and mental challenges. Professionals from all disciplines involved in the care and service of children, adolescents and their families are welcome to present their experience and knowledge.

We hope to see you in Jerusalem, an enchanting and legendary city, for a delightful and fruitful conference.

Prof. Eitan Kerem

Head Division of Pediatrics, Hadassah University Medical Center, Jerusalem, Israel.

Prof. Isaiah Wexler

Head Pediatric Metabolism and Feeding Disorders

Division of Pediatric, Hadassah, Mt. Scopus,

Jerusalem

With warm regards

Prof. Eitan Kerem,  Prof, Joav Merrick, Dr.  Ariel Tenenbaum and Prof. Isaiah Wexler

Division of Pediatrics, Hadassah University Medical Center, Center for Pediatric Chronic Diseases, Mt Scopus and the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, Jerusalem, Israel