There is an announcement for the International Conference on Neonatal Screening, thic coming November : The invitation text goes like this :
In Europe, approximately 5 million newborns are screened yearly based on the drawing of a drop of blood from an infant's heel or from a dorsal hand vein. European policies around newborn screening are challenges by various policy controversies, including questions to what degree newborn screening panels should be expanded, to what degree informed consent of parents should be obtained, how carrier status results should managed, and how storage and research use should be dealt with.

   Continuing on the experiences of various projects, the University of Leuven (Belgium) and the VU University Medical Centre Amsterdam (The Netherlands) are organizing on 19 November 2012 the international conference 'Newborn Screening: Challenges for Europe' in Brussels.
A flyer on the conference is available on following website:
The conference has received the kind support of the Flemish Agency for Care and Health (Flanders, Belgium) and the Centre for Genomics and the Life Sciences (the Netherlands).
Participation is free, but registration is required before 12 November through following website:
We are looking forward to meet you in Brussels in November.
Kind regards,

Prof. Pascal Borry (University of Leuven)
Prof. Martina Cornel (VU University Medical Center Amsterdam)