The 28th Annual Care of the School-Aged Child in the Community Conference aims to address the education-related needs of school nurses identified on the 2012 Children’s School Health Needs Assessment.
This symposium will address how expressive arts and spirituality can enhance patient-physician relationship and will explain the core concepts of the role of art and spirituality and how it can be a part of medicine in the holistic treatment of the patient.
The purpose of the symposium is to provide knowledge to physicians and other health care professionals who care for children. Some topics included this year are: Acute and chronic otitis media, common eye ailments, what to do about birthmarks, testicular and scrotal abnormalities, endocrine medicine, ethics and other essential topics for the pediatric practitioner.
The purpose of this conference is to provide knowledge about how pediatric eating disorders can present in the medical or mental health setting. In addition, the conference will also address application of techniques known to be useful in the treatment of eating disorders.
This educational activity focuses on the emerging trend of synthetic drug use among pre-teens and teens, as well as the clinical and toxicological effects of these drugs. The information is presented in a balanced approach from both law enforcement and health professionals to allow clinicians to learn current issues regarding synthetic drugs that may impact their practice.
Contemporary Practices in Pediatrics
This offering will focus on enhancing knowledge in the area of pediatric seizures after abusive traumatic brain injury, supporting children and families impacted by trauma, and snake, scorpion, and spider bites.
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