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This workshop is designed for nurses, nurse practitioners, physicians, residents, and medical students who may need to recognize and treat pediatric shock.
Pediatric Grand Rounds lectures are presented on Thursdays, 8-9 a.m., at Primary Children's Hospital third-floor auditorium.
This series is designed for community general pediatricians, family medicine physicians and nurse practitioners interested in deepening their knowledge of child and adolescent psychiatry through interactive webinars that are case and problem based.
residents, nurses, physician assistants, and others interested in pediatric care issues.
The Craniofacial Syndromes Conference has been designed to help the clinician to understand the specialized care needed for the patient with pediatric craniofacial syndromes. Presenters will increase the knowledge base and discuss new treatment options on a variety of craniofacial syndromes including craniofacial orthodontics, ear and prosthetic reconstruction, otolaryngology implications, and audiological considerations.
This conference is targeted towards sonographers, cardiologists, obstetricians, radiologists, and any other interested medical professionals.
To educate and to increase awareness on the pathophysiology of sepsis and early recognition of septic shock including new protocols on treatment for sepsis and new interpretations of CBC results.
Target audience for all educational activities includes nurses, respiratory therapists, mid-level providers, physicians, and paramedics who already have training in neonatal and pediatric care and who are involved with the transport of patients to tertiary care centers.
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The class is intended for all lay rescuers such as parents, grandparents, nannies, family members of patients, school teachers, daycare workers, those who work in settings where they can prevent and/or respond to pediatric emergencies, and other laypersons who want to learn rescue skills, but do not require a course completion certification.
Join with leading neurologists and neurosurgeons to discuss the latest research and developments in treating pediatric neurological conditions.
This workshop will cover basic instruction in the use of home ventilators.
This two-day conference is designed to provide an update of current or emerging pediatric health care issues.
This two-day conference is designed to increase the knowledge of, and response to, specific emergent issues, patient safety, and team response in routine and high risk OB and neonatal care.
This annual conference is for medical professionals involved in transporting neonatal and pediatric patients to tertiary care centers.
Los hermanos, entre 5 y 17 años, de pacientes crónicamente enfermos están invitados a participar en este taller.
S.I.B.S Day is a workshop for brothers and sisters ages 5-17 who have a sibling with a chronic medical condition or disability.
The Festival of Trees is a holiday fundraising event for Primary Children's Hospital. Every penny raised is used to give "A Gift of Love" to children at the hospital. We invite you to learn more about how you can participate in this year's event.
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