The CHT2021 conference portal can be accessed using the following link:

All registered delegates will receive an email with login details and a password to login to the conference portal from Friday 26 February 2021. Please check your junk folder if you have not received an email by Monday. If you are still unable to find your details or are unable to login to the conference portal for any reason, please call (0114 2995922) or email ( the events team for assistance.

If you would like to join us for CHT2021 but have not yet booked your place, you can register using the online booking form until 5pm on Friday 26 February. Please contact the events team directly using the email address or phone number above if you would like to register for the conference after this time.


I am very excited to bring you the first Child Health Technology Conference, Child Health Technology 2021 (CHT2021).

CHT2021 will bring together healthcare professionals, industry experts, engineers, designers, academics, and patient representatives around one of the most exciting and fast moving fields in healthcare today.

CHT2021 is being live streamed on the afternoons of 2-5 March 2021, and will include inspirational keynote talks, seminars, live Q&A sessions, cutting edge research updates, and technology demonstrations.

As the Director of NIHR Children and Young People MedTech Co-operative, Professor of Child Health, and Director of Research and Innovation at Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust, I have led on national technology networks that focus on the development and adoption of technology for paediatrics and child health through private and public sector collaboration.

It’s an exciting time to be part of our journey and I hope you can join us and help shape the future of child health technology.

Professor Paul Dimitri
CHT2021 Founder




CHT2021 is being organised by NIHR Children and Young People MedTech Co-operative (NIHR CYP MedTech) and Marketing Sheffield.

NIHR CYP MedTech is one of the 11 MedTech and In vitro diagnostics Co-operatives (MICs) funded by the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR). NIHR CYP MedTech works across academic, industrial, and clinical sectors to support the development, clinical evaluation, and adoption of child health technology.

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