Advanced Pediatric Emergency Medicine Assembly
Date: March 19-21, 2019
Location: Disneyland, Anaheim, CA
The Advanced Pediatric Emergency Medicine Assembly is the must attend event for anyone caring for emergency department pediatric patients. From pediatric emergency physicians to health care providers engaged in the practice of pediatric emergency medicine, this conference provides the most comprehensive pediatric emergency education for a wide range of specialists. Register today!
National Healthcare Coalition Preparedness Conference
Date: November 27-29, 2018
Location: New Orleans, LA
The National Healthcare Coalition Preparedness Conference highlights best practices of health care coalitions from across the United States. The conference provides an opportunity to network with peers, share ideas, and learn from others' experiences in building and sustaining effective health care coalitions. General registration for the conference is available. Questions about the conference should be directed to email@example.com. The AAP will convene two sessions at the conference:
Title: Zika Takeaways:Lessons Learned that Can Accelerate Response in Future Emergencies
Date/Time: Wednesday, November 28, 2018, from 11:00am - 12:15pm|
Presenters: Carey Eppes, MD; Margaret Fisher, MD, FAAP; Rebecca Leeb, PhD
Session Description: This session will highlight collaborative effort among the AAP, American College of Obstetricians, and the CDC to develop clinical guidance and resources on Zika treatment for pregnant women and infants with congenital infection, assess health care provider preparedness for future infectious disease outbreaks, and evaluate Zika response efforts.
Title: Lessons Learned from Real and Simulated Pediatric Events: From Evacuation to Hurricane Recovery
Date/Time: Thursday, November 29, 2018, from 10:30am - 11:45am
Presenters: Sarita Chung, MD, FAAP; Deanna Dahl-Grove, MD, FAAP; Jahzel Gonzalez, MD, FAAP; and Brent Kaziny, MD, FAAP
Session Description: According to the AAP policy statement, “Ensuring the Health of Children in Disasters”, children have unique physical, mental, behavioral, developmental, communication, therapeutic, and social needs that must be addressed and met in all aspects of disaster preparedness, response, and recovery. This presentation will encompass the lifecycle of response in pediatric disaster events. From lessons learned in a simulated NICU disaster event focusing on evacuation and surge, to the challenges pediatricians faced in Texas and Puerto Rico during the 2017 hurricanes with reunifying affected families, these experiences and stories will allow others to gain a crucial insight into how they should react, respond, and recover when the next disaster should strike.
2019 AAP Legislative Conference
Date: April 7-9, 2019
Location: Washington, DC
Registration for the 2019 AAP Legislative Conference is officially open! The conference will take place April 7 – 9 in Washington, DC. Each year, the conference brings together pediatricians, residents and medical students from across the country who share a passion for child health advocacy. Participants attend skills-building workshops, hear from guest speakers, learn about policy priorities impacting children and pediatricians and go to Capitol Hill to urge Congress to support strong child health policies. For the fourth year, the conference will feature a Pediatric Subspecialty Advocacy Track with specific legislative and skills building workshops uniquely focused on the interests and needs of pediatric medical subspecialists and surgical specialists For more information and to register, please visit aap.org/legcon.
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The Columbia Regional Learning Center (CRLC) provides free, online certificate training courses, webinars, and lectures designed for individuals working in health systems. All of the CRLC's certificate courses are developed based on Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Public Health Preparedness and Response Competencies and Public Health Emergency Preparedness Capabilities. See the List of Courses.