Phoenix Pediatrics And Neonatology Conference 2021

DECEMBER 06-07, 2021


With a most dynamic approach in the event management, Phoenix Pediatrics  Meet 2021 Webinar organized by Phoenix Conferences offer a customized platform for each set of attendees to present their research and experience.

The Phoenix Neonatology Webinar brings together the gathering of professionals in the field of Pediatrics and Health Care and provides them exceptional networking chance. With indeed focus on the latest developments and new trends, we provide the attendees with a scientific program that includes keynote sessions from eminent scientists, oral presentations, and poster sessions. This meeting includes several interactive sessions specifically designed to meet the educational needs of Pediatricians, Neonatologists, and Experts in child development, Pediatrics Nursing students, Leading Nurse, Primary Health care specialists, faculty, Research Scholars, Clinical Researchers, Academicians, nurses, and all other specialists which makes the event worth attending.

With COVID 19 pandemic has disrupted the life, establishing a new Normal. We are completely prepared to deliver online and unique interactive experience to ensure that none of our participants miss out. We aim to create a friendly, warm, educational environment among the attendees which makes it easier for them to interact / connect with each other and share their ideas and establish an interdisciplinary approach.

We are looking forward to digitally meeting all of you!!



Meet Experts & Influencers Virtually

Exceptional Opportunities​

Gain New Collaborations

Present your Ideas and Work​

International / Worldwide Audience

Be Inspired and Have Fun

Mark your Dates!

  • Early Bird Registration: August 20, 2021

  • Abstract Submission Deadline: November 20, 2021

  • Registration Cancellation Deadline: November 26, 2021

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