Join us at the Cleveland Clinic Perspectives in Pediatrics: From Theory to Practice
Cleveland Clinic Children’s will present Perspectives in Pediatrics: From Theory to Practice, on May 8 – 10, 2014 at the new Global Center for Health Innovation and Cleveland Convention Center in downtown Cleveland. This live CME-certified educational activity is designed to present an in-depth, evidence-based review of current clinical issues involved in the care of pediatric patients. It is primarily targeted to health care providers in pediatrics, family medicine, and pediatric nurse practitioners; however, all practitioners will be interested in the educational material.
By attending, you will be able to:
- Discuss how to implement the latest recommendations and address the challenges associated with pediatric immunization.
- Summarize recently published public health reports in pediatric patients and discuss their implications for clinical care.
- Present clinical practice updates in behavioral disorders and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, obesity, sleep apnea, gastrointestinal disorders, asthma, dermatology, urinary tract infections, and sinusitis/otitis media.
- Screen and identify learning disorders and autism in pediatric patients.
- Critically assess the most recent data on pediatric disease management and apply them to clinical practice.
- Demonstrate appropriate procedures for office emergency scenarios using high-fidelity simulation manikins.
Who Should Attend?
Health care providers in pediatrics, family medicine, including pediatric nurse practitioners, and physician assistants although all practitioners interested in pediatric medicine will find this conference beneficial.
About Cleveland Clinic Children’s
Cleveland Clinic Children’s has a long, rich history of offering care for infants, children, and adolescents. More than 300 Cleveland Clinic Children’s physicians offer the full spectrum of primary, specialty, and subspecialty care and conduct pediatric research. The large, diverse staff has the subspecialty expertise required to manage the most complex patients in high-tech yet high-touch surroundings. Cleveland Clinic Children’s staff members provide outpatient and inpatient care at 43 outpatient clinic locations, in addition to Cleveland Clinic’s main campus and three community hospitals, two of which have dedicated pediatric emergency departments; Level lll neonatal intensive care units; and pediatric specialty clinics. Cleveland Clinic Children’s is nationally recognized as a Best Children’s Hospital by U.S. News & World Report in 7 of 10 specialties.