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Upcoming Educational Conferences

Columbus, OH — February 2018

Interact with the experts regarding the following topics at our spring CME conferences:

Practice Fitness: Incorporating Behavioral Health into Your Practice
(A free, interactive session)

March 1, 2018

Stecker Auditorium | Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Columbus, Ohio

Live Streaming to:
Genesis Hospital | Zanesville, OH
Adena PACCAR Medical Education Center | Chillicothe, Ohio

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  • Dinner and networking at 5:30 p.m.
  • Program 6-8 p.m.

Hear from an expert panel and bring your questions for an interactive discussion. Topics will include:

  • Program considerations: patient identification, workflow and infrastructure requirements
  • Successes: patient satisfaction, access to care
  • Challenges: insurance plans, scheduling, billing
  • Future plans

36th Annual Dwight A. Powell Pediatric Infectious Diseases Conference

in conjunction with the

34th Annual Pediatric Infectious Diseases Nursing Conference

April 27, 2018

The Fawcett Event Center at The Ohio State University

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Two conferences medical professionals have relied on for more than three decades have combined to provide a wealth of information as experts share on a variety of topics. Our keynote speaker is the nationally recognized Dr. Sarah S. Long who will be presenting the “Top Ten Pediatric ID Articles for the Practitioner and Vaccine Policy 2017.”

Other presentations offered will include:

  • Advances in the Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases
  • Infections from Around the World
  • HIV and HIV Prevention Update
  • Return to School: Post-infection

Physician breakout sessions will include:

  • Top Ten Articles in Pediatric ID for the Practitioner
  • Instructive ID Cases
  • Prevention and Treatment of Infections in Transplant Patients
  • After the Fact: Post-exposure Interventions

Nursing breakout sessions will include:

  • The Intersection of Infection and Drug Abuse: A Multidisciplinary Panel Discussion
  • Immigrant Population Update
  • Nursing Narratives

9th Annual Pediatric Asthma Conference

May 11, 2018

Nationwide Hotel and Conference Center, 100 Green Meadows Drive South, Lewis Center, OH

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Keynote speaker, Rob Lemanske, Jr., professor of Pediatrics and Medicine and associate dean for Clinical & Translational Research at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, will present “Causes, Natural History & Possibilities for Prevention of Asthma.”

Other presentations will include:

  • Using Precision Therapy for Treating Various Asthma Phenotypes
  • Delivering Asthma Care Remotely
  • Rethinking our Approach to Nonadherence
  • How Do Asthma Medications Actually Work?

2018 Neonatal/Perinatal Conference

May 15, 2018 – Symposia
May 16-17, 2018 – Main Conference

Nationwide Hotel and Conference Center, 100 Green Meadows Drive South, Lewis Center, OH

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The 2018 Neonatal Conference will highlight concepts of continuous quality improvement and safety in the perinatal and neonatal practice. The rapidly expanding evidence in both specialty areas poses challenges for the professional to remain current and to recognize opportunities for change in thought and practice. The goal of the conference is to offer science, methodology, practice initiatives and discussion points for the participant to explore.  This conference is specifically designed to meet the needs of the perinatal and neonatal interdisciplinary healthcare team within hospitals and community practices.

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