Pediatric Annals

Coming Events

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

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.

September 12, 1982: The Fifth Annual Symposium on Genetics for Practicing Physicians will be held in the Skytop Room of the New York Statler Hotel, New York City. Sponsored by the Greater New York Chapter March of Dimes and Genetics Task Force of New York, Inc., and co-sponsored by the Long Island Jewish-Hillside Medical Center, the program includes an outstanding faculty of experts in the field of genetics. For further information, call Ms. Leona Schumer at (212) 922-1460.

September 23 & 24, 1982: The Fifth Annual Current Concerns In Adolescent Medicine will be held from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM at the Warwick Hotel in New York City. The program is open to pediatricians, general practitioners, psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, nurses, educators and allied health care professionals. For further information, contact Ann J. Boehme, Continuing Education Coordinator, Long Island Jewish-Hillside Medical Center, New Hyde Park, New York 11042 (212) 470-2114.

September 24 & 25, 1 982: Behavioral Aspects of Adolescent Health Care. Anticipatory guidance, counseling, hypnosis, and family and group therapy, as applicable to the primary care physician, will be the major focus of this symposium. Sponsored by the Division of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry and the Division of Behavioral Pediatrics of the University of Maryland School of Medicine, 10 South Pine Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21201 (301) 528-3956.

October 18-19, 1982: Pediatrie 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, Ernanuel Lebenthal, Buford Nichols, Otakar Koldovsky, Dennis Bier. Contact: Ann M. Melzer, Children's Hospital Medical Center, Elland and Bethesda Avenues, Cincinnati, Ohio 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.

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.

September 12, 1982: The Fifth Annual Symposium on Genetics for Practicing Physicians will be held in the Skytop Room of the New York Statler Hotel, New York City. Sponsored by the Greater New York Chapter March of Dimes and Genetics Task Force of New York, Inc., and co-sponsored by the Long Island Jewish-Hillside Medical Center, the program includes an outstanding faculty of experts in the field of genetics. For further information, call Ms. Leona Schumer at (212) 922-1460.

September 23 & 24, 1982: The Fifth Annual Current Concerns In Adolescent Medicine will be held from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM at the Warwick Hotel in New York City. The program is open to pediatricians, general practitioners, psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, nurses, educators and allied health care professionals. For further information, contact Ann J. Boehme, Continuing Education Coordinator, Long Island Jewish-Hillside Medical Center, New Hyde Park, New York 11042 (212) 470-2114.

September 24 & 25, 1 982: Behavioral Aspects of Adolescent Health Care. Anticipatory guidance, counseling, hypnosis, and family and group therapy, as applicable to the primary care physician, will be the major focus of this symposium. Sponsored by the Division of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry and the Division of Behavioral Pediatrics of the University of Maryland School of Medicine, 10 South Pine Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21201 (301) 528-3956.

October 18-19, 1982: Pediatrie 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, Ernanuel Lebenthal, Buford Nichols, Otakar Koldovsky, Dennis Bier. Contact: Ann M. Melzer, Children's Hospital Medical Center, Elland and Bethesda Avenues, Cincinnati, Ohio 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.

10.3928/0090-4481-19820801-05

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