Pediatric Annals

Coming Events

Abstract

A selected list of meetings and events of interest to pediatricians.

July 11-12, 1982: Pediatrics for the Practitioner - First Annual Disneyland Seminar sponsored by California Chapter 2 of the American Academy of Pediatrics will be held at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim, California. For further information, contact Eve Black, P.O. Box 2134, Inglewood, California 90305.

July 15-17, 1982: The 5th National Buffalo Conference on Pediatrlc/Adult Allergy and Clinical Immunology will be held at The Four Seasons Hotel in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Chairmen will be Drs. Elliott Middleton and Elliot F. Ellis. The fee is $275.00 and 19 credit hours will be awarded. The program is sponsored by the Department of Pediatrics, State University of New York at Buffalo. Children's Hospital of Buffalo and Department of Continuing Medical Education, School of Medicine, State University of New York at Buffalo.

August 2-6, 1982: Pediatric Immunology and Infectious Diseases, a continuing medical education offering from the University of Utah School of Medicine will be held in Sun Valley, Idaho. The faculty, comprised of U.S. and Canadian experts in pediatric immunology and infectious diseases, will present 25 hours of Category I instruction relating to recent advances in and understanding of the topics. For further information, contact Harry R. Hill, M. D., Director, or Constance W. Staples, Coordinator, Department of Pathology, University of Utah School of Medicine, Salt Lake City, Utah 84132 (801) 581-5968.

September 10-11, 1982: The Fourth Neonatal/Perinatal Fall Symposium: Pharmacology and Therapeutics will be held at the Buffalo Marriott Hotel in Amherst, New York. Eight credit hours will be offered. The fee is $70.00. For further information, contact Rayna Dutton, Coordinator, Continuing Medical Education, State University of New York at Buffalo, Children's Hospital, 219 Bryant Street, Buffalo, New York 14222 (716) 878-7630.

October 18-19, 1982: Pediatric Nutrition - Past, Present and Future, sponsored by the Cincinnati Children's Hospital. Speakers include Drs. JoAnn Brasel, Jack Filer, Richard Rivlin, Robert Winters, Harry Greene, Jan VanEyes, Emanuel Lebenthal, Buford Nichols, Otakar Koldovsky, Dennis Bier. Contact: Ann M. Melzer, Children's Hospital Medical Center, Elland and Bethesda Avenues, Cincinnati, Oh io 45229 (51 3) 5594314.

July 10-15, 1983: International Symposium on Adolescent Medicine, will be held in Jerusalem, Israel, at the Hilton Hotel. The following major topics· will be featured: "Adolescent Growth and Development, and Developmental Disturbances," "Sexual Problems of Adolescence," "Psychosomatic Aspects of Adolescence," "Medical Care and Health Services for Adolescents," "Drugs in Adolescence," and "Chronic Illness and Disability in Adolescence." For further information, contact the International Symposium on Adolescent Medicine, P.O. Box 394, Tel Aviv 61003, Telex: 33803 TLV, Israel.…

A selected list of meetings and events of interest to pediatricians.

July 11-12, 1982: Pediatrics for the Practitioner - First Annual Disneyland Seminar sponsored by California Chapter 2 of the American Academy of Pediatrics will be held at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim, California. For further information, contact Eve Black, P.O. Box 2134, Inglewood, California 90305.

July 15-17, 1982: The 5th National Buffalo Conference on Pediatrlc/Adult Allergy and Clinical Immunology will be held at The Four Seasons Hotel in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Chairmen will be Drs. Elliott Middleton and Elliot F. Ellis. The fee is $275.00 and 19 credit hours will be awarded. The program is sponsored by the Department of Pediatrics, State University of New York at Buffalo. Children's Hospital of Buffalo and Department of Continuing Medical Education, School of Medicine, State University of New York at Buffalo.

August 2-6, 1982: Pediatric Immunology and Infectious Diseases, a continuing medical education offering from the University of Utah School of Medicine will be held in Sun Valley, Idaho. The faculty, comprised of U.S. and Canadian experts in pediatric immunology and infectious diseases, will present 25 hours of Category I instruction relating to recent advances in and understanding of the topics. For further information, contact Harry R. Hill, M. D., Director, or Constance W. Staples, Coordinator, Department of Pathology, University of Utah School of Medicine, Salt Lake City, Utah 84132 (801) 581-5968.

September 10-11, 1982: The Fourth Neonatal/Perinatal Fall Symposium: Pharmacology and Therapeutics will be held at the Buffalo Marriott Hotel in Amherst, New York. Eight credit hours will be offered. The fee is $70.00. For further information, contact Rayna Dutton, Coordinator, Continuing Medical Education, State University of New York at Buffalo, Children's Hospital, 219 Bryant Street, Buffalo, New York 14222 (716) 878-7630.

October 18-19, 1982: Pediatric Nutrition - Past, Present and Future, sponsored by the Cincinnati Children's Hospital. Speakers include Drs. JoAnn Brasel, Jack Filer, Richard Rivlin, Robert Winters, Harry Greene, Jan VanEyes, Emanuel Lebenthal, Buford Nichols, Otakar Koldovsky, Dennis Bier. Contact: Ann M. Melzer, Children's Hospital Medical Center, Elland and Bethesda Avenues, Cincinnati, Oh io 45229 (51 3) 5594314.

July 10-15, 1983: International Symposium on Adolescent Medicine, will be held in Jerusalem, Israel, at the Hilton Hotel. The following major topics· will be featured: "Adolescent Growth and Development, and Developmental Disturbances," "Sexual Problems of Adolescence," "Psychosomatic Aspects of Adolescence," "Medical Care and Health Services for Adolescents," "Drugs in Adolescence," and "Chronic Illness and Disability in Adolescence." For further information, contact the International Symposium on Adolescent Medicine, P.O. Box 394, Tel Aviv 61003, Telex: 33803 TLV, Israel.

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