Pediatric Annals

COMING EVENTS

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December 3-7, 1986: The 13th Annual Symposium on Ear, Nose, and Throat Disease will be held at The Breakers, Pafm Beach, F/orida. This Symposium is sponsored by The Departments of Otolaryngology and Pediatrics from [he Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh. There will be a 5275 fee for physicians, S200 for residents. For more information contact the Department of Otolaryngology, Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh. 125 DeSoto Street. Pittsburgh. PA 15213 or call (412) 647-6215.

December 4-6, 1986; 33rd Annual Scientific Meeting of the Nebraska OB-GYN Society at the MGM Grand Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada. The course requires a fee of S200 and is worth 9 hours of credit. For information, contact Dennis Beavers, MD, 720 N. 87th Street, Omaha, NB 68114 or call (402) 390-1200.

December 4-7, 1986: The Society for Ear, Nose, and Throat Advances In Children (SENTAC) will hold its annual meeting in Philadelphia. Pennsylvania. SENTAC is a multidisciplinary society of interest to those in pediatrie Otolaryngology, audiology and speech/language pathology. For information, contact Maurice I. Mendel, PhD, Program Chair, SENTAC, Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA 93106.

December 7-9, 1986: Ross Special Conference: Three More Hot Topics In Noenatofogy at the Hotel L'Enfant Plaza, Washington. DC. Topics to be discussed are: 1) Can Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia be Prevented?; 2) Non-Invasive Blood Gas Monitoring; 3) Cerebral Blood Flow Monitoring with NIEROSCOPY Critical review and debate about controversial therapies and monitoring techniques. For information write: J.F Lucey, MD, Medical Center Hospital of Vermont, Burlington, VT 05401.

December 11-12, 1986: Eighth Annual Mississippi Perinatal Postgraduate Course, Special Nurses' Session on December 10. This conference will be held at the Ramada Renaissance Hotel. Jackson, Mississippi. The course is designed to support the multidisciplinary approach to solving perinatal health care problems. Prominent faculty will lecture on state-of-the-art applications of perinatal medicine. Lectures and panel discussions will provide useful data for the practical clinical setting. The conference, sponsored by the University of Mississippi Medical Center, is open to any person interested in perinatal health care. For registration information, contact the Division of Continuing Health Professional Education, University of Mississippi Medical Center, 2500 North State Street, Jackson, Mississippi 39216-4505 or call (601} 984-1300.

February 19-March 7, 1987: The Post Seminar Pediatrie Dermatology Tour will go to Tahiti, Fiji, and Australia for 15 days with an optional extension for 6 days through Australia and/or New Guinea. The cost is approximately $2495. The combined tour costs approximately S3398. CME credit will be given. For further information contact Mr. Frank Martin at 1-800-243-5030. or in New York at (212) 751-9483.

March 14-21, 1987: Forefronts In Pediatrics: An EPIC Medical Expedition In Cozumel, Mexico is sponsored by The University of Arizona, Department of Family and Community Medicine. For more information contact Kathy Rairigh, EPIC Expeditions, PO Box 209, Sun Valley, ID 83353 or call (208) 788-4995.…

December 3-7, 1986: The 13th Annual Symposium on Ear, Nose, and Throat Disease will be held at The Breakers, Pafm Beach, F/orida. This Symposium is sponsored by The Departments of Otolaryngology and Pediatrics from [he Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh. There will be a 5275 fee for physicians, S200 for residents. For more information contact the Department of Otolaryngology, Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh. 125 DeSoto Street. Pittsburgh. PA 15213 or call (412) 647-6215.

December 4-6, 1986; 33rd Annual Scientific Meeting of the Nebraska OB-GYN Society at the MGM Grand Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada. The course requires a fee of S200 and is worth 9 hours of credit. For information, contact Dennis Beavers, MD, 720 N. 87th Street, Omaha, NB 68114 or call (402) 390-1200.

December 4-7, 1986: The Society for Ear, Nose, and Throat Advances In Children (SENTAC) will hold its annual meeting in Philadelphia. Pennsylvania. SENTAC is a multidisciplinary society of interest to those in pediatrie Otolaryngology, audiology and speech/language pathology. For information, contact Maurice I. Mendel, PhD, Program Chair, SENTAC, Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA 93106.

December 7-9, 1986: Ross Special Conference: Three More Hot Topics In Noenatofogy at the Hotel L'Enfant Plaza, Washington. DC. Topics to be discussed are: 1) Can Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia be Prevented?; 2) Non-Invasive Blood Gas Monitoring; 3) Cerebral Blood Flow Monitoring with NIEROSCOPY Critical review and debate about controversial therapies and monitoring techniques. For information write: J.F Lucey, MD, Medical Center Hospital of Vermont, Burlington, VT 05401.

December 11-12, 1986: Eighth Annual Mississippi Perinatal Postgraduate Course, Special Nurses' Session on December 10. This conference will be held at the Ramada Renaissance Hotel. Jackson, Mississippi. The course is designed to support the multidisciplinary approach to solving perinatal health care problems. Prominent faculty will lecture on state-of-the-art applications of perinatal medicine. Lectures and panel discussions will provide useful data for the practical clinical setting. The conference, sponsored by the University of Mississippi Medical Center, is open to any person interested in perinatal health care. For registration information, contact the Division of Continuing Health Professional Education, University of Mississippi Medical Center, 2500 North State Street, Jackson, Mississippi 39216-4505 or call (601} 984-1300.

February 19-March 7, 1987: The Post Seminar Pediatrie Dermatology Tour will go to Tahiti, Fiji, and Australia for 15 days with an optional extension for 6 days through Australia and/or New Guinea. The cost is approximately $2495. The combined tour costs approximately S3398. CME credit will be given. For further information contact Mr. Frank Martin at 1-800-243-5030. or in New York at (212) 751-9483.

March 14-21, 1987: Forefronts In Pediatrics: An EPIC Medical Expedition In Cozumel, Mexico is sponsored by The University of Arizona, Department of Family and Community Medicine. For more information contact Kathy Rairigh, EPIC Expeditions, PO Box 209, Sun Valley, ID 83353 or call (208) 788-4995.

10.3928/0090-4481-19861101-12

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