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November 9, 2018
This workshop is designed for Pediatric Nurses, and Nurse Practitioners, who may need to recognize and treat pediatric shock. Pharmacists, Residents, and Medical Students are also welcome to attend.
Pediatric Grand Rounds lectures are presented on Thursdays, 8-9 a.m. during the months of September thru May, at Primary Children's Hospital third-floor auditorium.
residents, nurses, physician assistants, and others interested in pediatric care issues.
September 27-28th, 2019. This conference is targeted towards sonographers, cardiologists, obstetricians, radiologists, and any other interested medical professionals.
February 19-21st, 2020. For all nurses, respiratory therapists, mid-level providers, physicians, and EMT/paramedics who have training in neonatal and pediatric care and who are involved with the transport of patients to tertiary care centers.
Primary Children’s Hospital, Emergency Medical Services for Children, Bureau of Emergency Medical Services and Preparedness and the University of Utah have partnered to offer free Pediatric Emergency and Trauma Outreach Series (PETOS) to EMS providers.
Good preparation can help kids feel less anxious about the anesthesia and surgery and get through the recovery period faster.
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.
Los hermanos, entre 5 y 17 años, de pacientes crónicamente enfermos están invitados a participar en este taller.
This workshop will cover basic instruction in the use of home ventilators.
A 6-session evidence-based free workshop designed for those dealing with a chronic or limiting health conditions. Participants learn self-management techniques such as problem solving, action planning, using the mind and decision making skills needed in the day to day management of any type of ongoing health condition. The program has also been proven to be effective for caregivers.
Babysitting is an enormous responsibility. Participants ages 11 to 14 will learn how to provide safe and fun care to infants and young children.
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.
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