NLBC 2020 - 2nd-4th October
The conference will take place at the Marriott Hotel & Convention Centre in Hyderabad, with the theme of Positive Birth. The conference offers an opportunity for those interested in promoting normal birth to learn about normal birth initiatives and best practices in various countries, interact with likeminded professionals in the cause of normal birth and learn about and contribute to India's normal birth mission.
There are pre-conference workshops on 1st October. The programme for the conference taking place from 2nd to 4th October includes keynote speeches, lively debates and panel discussions on important topics concerning normal labour and childbirth. Speakers include:
Please note that early bird rates are available until 15th February.
For more information and to register, please visit: https://www.nlbcindia2020.com/
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