2021 Nationwide Children’s Hospital Neonatal/Perinatal Conference

Presented virtually from the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Conference Center

Tuesday - Thursday, May 18 - 20, 2021

The 2021 Neonatal Conference will highlight concepts of continuous quality improvement and safety in perinatal and neonatal practice. The rapidly expanding evidence in both specialty areas poses challenges for the healthcare 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. You are invited to participate in this learning endeavor, share your thoughts and broaden your ability to support babies, parents and families in the healthcare setting.

View the 2021 Conference Agenda

Featured Speakers

 Susan Aucott

Susan Wright Aucott, MD, FAAP

  • Associate Director, Neonatology
  • Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
  • Medical Director of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, The Johns Hopkins Hospital
  • Topics: “Alternative Birth Practices: What is the Risk?” and “Small but Mighty: Identification and Management of Infants Born SGA”
 Michael Goodstein

Michael Goodstein, MD, FAAP

  • Division Chief, WellSpan Neonatology
  • Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Penn State University
  • Director, York Country Cribs for Kids Program
  • Topics: “The Challenges of Safe Sleep Transition in the Hospital” and “Balancing Skin to Skin Care, Sudden Unexpected Postnatal Collapse and Infant Falls”
 Tamorah Lewis

Tamorah R. Lewis, MD, PhD

  • Neonatologist, Children's Mercy Kansas City
  • Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, University of Missouri Kansas City School of Medicine
  • Topics: “Precision Therapeutics in the NICU”  

Registration

To register for the Neonatal/Perinatal Conference, please visit http://bit.ly/2021Neonatal.

For more information, contact CME Office at Nationwide Children’s Hospital at (614) 355-0650 or CMEoffice@NationwideChildrens.org.