Pediatric Annals

COMING EVENTS

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March 5-7, 1986: "Common Problems in Pediatrics" will be held at the Hotel Utah in Salt Lake City Utah. The conference is sponsored by the lntermountain Pediatric Society and the University of Utah Department of Pediatrics. For information contact Wendy (801) 363-1887.

March 5-7. 1986: The 31st Annual Scientific Convention will be held at the Westin Hotel Utah in Salt Lake City Utah. The theme of this year's conference is "Common Problems in Pediatrics VIII." The courses are designed to provide the pediatrician and family physician with up-todate information and knowledge of new approaches to problems encountered in daily practice. The emphasis will be on preventive pediatrics, the school-aged child, and common office problems. For more information contact the lntermountain Pediatric Society Department of Pediatrics, University of Utah Medical Center. Salt Lake City UT 84132.

March 5-12, 1986: Third Annual Review and Update - General Pediatrics and Family Practice will be held at the Royal Lahama Hotel in Maui, Hawaii. The review will be sponsored by the University of Nebraska Medical Center and Creighton University School of Medicine. There will be a fee of S400 for physicians and S250 for Residents/Interns. For more information contact Marge Adey Center for Continuing Education. University of Nebraska Medical Center. 42nd and Dewey Avenue. Omaha. NE 68105 ot call (402) 559-4152.

March 6-9, 1986: Medical and Legal Perspectives in Perinatal Medicine: The Ninth Annual San Diego Symposium will be held at the Hotel Intercontinental. San Diego, California. Thomas C. Key MD, and Robert Resnik, MD, Program Directors. The program is sponsored by Reproductive Medicine Research and Education Foundation and USCD Office of Continuing Education. 16 hours Category I CME. For program information write R.M.R.E.F, PO Box 33185, San Diego. CA or call (619) 692-9115.

March 8-15, 1986: Office Based Sports Medicine will be presented by the University of California School of Medicine at San Francisco. This year's program, held in Park City Utah, offers an introduction to sports medicine and will be of interest to general and family physicians, physician's assistants, nurses and nurse practitioners, physical therapists, and trainers. For further information, contact Extended Programs in Medical Education, University of California. Room 569-U. San Francisco. CA 94143. or call (415) 666-4251.

March 19, 1986: "Family Violence: There's No Place Like Home?" will be held at the Ohio Center/ Hyatt Regency in Columbus. Ohio. This is the 9th Annual Child Abuse Conference sponsored by Children's Hospital in Columbus. Ohio. For more information call (614) 461-2245.

March 21, 1986: Symposium: Child Neurology and Developmental Pediatrics will be held concurrently with the 4th Annual International Child Neurology Congress (March 16-20. 1986). The symposium cosponsored by the Hackensack Medical Center's Institute for Child Development, will focus on two major areas of concern: 1) Learning Disabilities - The Hyperkinetic Child, and 2) High-Risk Infants. Assessment and Outcome. For more information contact Marvin Gottlieb. MD, HMC/lnstitute for Child Development. 30 Prospect Avenue. Hackensack, NJ 07801 or call (201) 444-2371.

April 7-12, 1986: Pediatric Trends 1986 will be held at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Turner Building, Baltimore. Maryland. Sponsored by the Department of Pediatrics of The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, the conference will focus on recent developments of relevance to practitioners working with children and adolescents. The fees are $500 with 45 AMA and 45 PREP credits available. For information, contact Course Coordinator. Turner Room 22, 720 Rutland Avenue. Baltimore. MD 21205. or call |301) 955-5880.

April 14-15, 1986: "Family Practice Review" will be held at the University of Nebraska. Omaha. There will be a registration fee of $850. For more information contact Marge Adey. University of Nebraska,…

March 5-7, 1986: "Common Problems in Pediatrics" will be held at the Hotel Utah in Salt Lake City Utah. The conference is sponsored by the lntermountain Pediatric Society and the University of Utah Department of Pediatrics. For information contact Wendy (801) 363-1887.

March 5-7. 1986: The 31st Annual Scientific Convention will be held at the Westin Hotel Utah in Salt Lake City Utah. The theme of this year's conference is "Common Problems in Pediatrics VIII." The courses are designed to provide the pediatrician and family physician with up-todate information and knowledge of new approaches to problems encountered in daily practice. The emphasis will be on preventive pediatrics, the school-aged child, and common office problems. For more information contact the lntermountain Pediatric Society Department of Pediatrics, University of Utah Medical Center. Salt Lake City UT 84132.

March 5-12, 1986: Third Annual Review and Update - General Pediatrics and Family Practice will be held at the Royal Lahama Hotel in Maui, Hawaii. The review will be sponsored by the University of Nebraska Medical Center and Creighton University School of Medicine. There will be a fee of S400 for physicians and S250 for Residents/Interns. For more information contact Marge Adey Center for Continuing Education. University of Nebraska Medical Center. 42nd and Dewey Avenue. Omaha. NE 68105 ot call (402) 559-4152.

March 6-9, 1986: Medical and Legal Perspectives in Perinatal Medicine: The Ninth Annual San Diego Symposium will be held at the Hotel Intercontinental. San Diego, California. Thomas C. Key MD, and Robert Resnik, MD, Program Directors. The program is sponsored by Reproductive Medicine Research and Education Foundation and USCD Office of Continuing Education. 16 hours Category I CME. For program information write R.M.R.E.F, PO Box 33185, San Diego. CA or call (619) 692-9115.

March 8-15, 1986: Office Based Sports Medicine will be presented by the University of California School of Medicine at San Francisco. This year's program, held in Park City Utah, offers an introduction to sports medicine and will be of interest to general and family physicians, physician's assistants, nurses and nurse practitioners, physical therapists, and trainers. For further information, contact Extended Programs in Medical Education, University of California. Room 569-U. San Francisco. CA 94143. or call (415) 666-4251.

March 19, 1986: "Family Violence: There's No Place Like Home?" will be held at the Ohio Center/ Hyatt Regency in Columbus. Ohio. This is the 9th Annual Child Abuse Conference sponsored by Children's Hospital in Columbus. Ohio. For more information call (614) 461-2245.

March 21, 1986: Symposium: Child Neurology and Developmental Pediatrics will be held concurrently with the 4th Annual International Child Neurology Congress (March 16-20. 1986). The symposium cosponsored by the Hackensack Medical Center's Institute for Child Development, will focus on two major areas of concern: 1) Learning Disabilities - The Hyperkinetic Child, and 2) High-Risk Infants. Assessment and Outcome. For more information contact Marvin Gottlieb. MD, HMC/lnstitute for Child Development. 30 Prospect Avenue. Hackensack, NJ 07801 or call (201) 444-2371.

April 7-12, 1986: Pediatric Trends 1986 will be held at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Turner Building, Baltimore. Maryland. Sponsored by the Department of Pediatrics of The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, the conference will focus on recent developments of relevance to practitioners working with children and adolescents. The fees are $500 with 45 AMA and 45 PREP credits available. For information, contact Course Coordinator. Turner Room 22, 720 Rutland Avenue. Baltimore. MD 21205. or call |301) 955-5880.

April 14-15, 1986: "Family Practice Review" will be held at the University of Nebraska. Omaha. There will be a registration fee of $850. For more information contact Marge Adey. University of Nebraska, Medical Center, Center for Continuing Education, 42nd and Dewey Avenue,^ Omaha. NE 68105 or call (402) 559-4152.

April 17-20, 1986: Emergency '86 will be held at the Sheraton Sand Key Resort in Clearwater Beach, Florida. For more information contact Medical Education Department, Sun Coast Hospital. PO Box 2025. Largo. FL 34294-2025 ot call (813) 586-7103.

April 18, 1986: "Pediatric Upper Respiratory Tract Infections" will be part of the 4th Annual Infectious Diseases Conference held at the Hyatt Regency/Ohio Center in Columbus. Ohio. For more information call (614) 461-2245.

April 20-27, 1986: "Perinatal Controversies" will be held at Grand Bahama Island. The nationally recognized faculty will address major clinical controversies that confront the practicing physician and nurse. There will be a $285 fee for physicians and $205 for nurses. For more information contact Contemporary Forums, 530 La Gonda Way, Suite E. Danville, CA 94526 or call (415) 820-2800.

April 27 -May 4, 1986: The International Seminar In Allergy and Clinical Immunology will be held at Club Med Guaymas, Sonora. Mexico. The official languages will be Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese, and English. Topics include subpopulations of lymphocytes and clinical disorders, new in vitro assays for IgE and lgG4 antibodies, asthma in childhood, and non-sedative antihistamines. Information on the scientific program may be obtained through Georges M. Halpern, MD, 3M Diagnostic Systems, 1500 Salado Drive, Mountain View CA 94043. Registration information may be obtained through Judee Smyers, Assistant Administrator, Club Med, 3 East 54th Street, New York, NY 10022 or call (212) 210-1668.

May 5-16, 1986: "Family Practice Review" will be held at the University of Nebraska, Omaha. For more information contact Marge Adey, University of Nebraska. Medical Center. Center for Continuing Education. 42nd and Dewey Avenue. Omaha. NE 68105 or call (402) 559-4152.

May 13, 1986: "A Practical Assessment off Current Practices In the Nutritional Management off Pediatric Patients" will be held at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in New York City from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The symposium is open to all Dieticians. Nutritionists, Nurses, Physicians, and Allied Health Professionals. There will be a S75 tuition fee and a S25 fee for a luncheon. The keynote speaker will be Samuel J. Fomon. MD. Professor of Pediatrics and Director, Program in Human Nutrition at the University of Iowa. For more information contact Ann J. Boehme, Associate Director for Continuing Education Long Island Jewish Medical Center, New Hyde Park. NY 11042 or call (718) 470-8650.

May 15-17, 1986: The 19th Annual Advances and Controversies In Clinical Pediatrics will be held in San Francisco, California. The course is intended for pediatricians and family practitioners and emphasizes the practical application of current concepts to office practice, physician's assistants, nurse practitioners, and nurses will also benefit from this conference. This year's program focuses on recent developments in infectious diseases, neonatology, and neurology. For more information contact the University of California, San Francisco. School of Medicine, Rm. 569-U. Extended Programs in Medical Education. San Francisco. CA 94143 or call (415) 666-4251.

May 21, 1986: "Juvenile Flresetters - Current Perspectives on Research, Treatment, and Prevention" will be held at the Hyatt Regency/Ohio Center in Columbus. Ohio. For more information call (614) 461-2245.

June 16-20, 1986: The Erikson Institute will sponsor "Child Abuse Prevention" which will be held at the Water Tower Campus at Loyola University in Chicago. This course is designed for experienced teachers, psychologists, nurses, physicians, social workers and other health care employees who have responsibility for designing, implementing, and evaluating child abuse prevention programs. The course is worth 3 credits and costs S520. There will be an extra S50 matriculation fee if the student is not enrolled at Loyola University. For more information contact the Registrar, Erikson Institute, 25 West Chicago Avenue. Chicago. IL 60610 or call (312) 280-7302.

June 18-22, 1986: A Pediatric Infectious Disease Seminar "Current Update" will be held at the Sea Pines Plantation at Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. There will be a fee of S295 for each participant. For more information contact George M. Converse. MD, Director of Medical Education, Lloyd Noland Hospital and Health Centers, 701 Ridgeway Road, Fairfield, AL 35064, or call (205) 783-5276 or (205) 783-5121.

June 29- July 3, 1986: Update on General Pediatrics will be held at the Jackson Hole Raquet Club in Jackson. Wyoming. There will be a registration fee of S300. For more information contact Marge Adey, University of Nebraska, Medical Center, Center for Continuing Education. 42nd and Dewey Avenue. Omaha. NE 68105 or call (402) 559-4152.

July 7-10, 1986: "Sports Medicine Update" will be held at the Jackson Hole Raquet Club in Jackson, Wyoming. There will be a registration fee of $300. For more information contact Marge Adey, University of Nebraska, Medical Center, Center for Continuing Education, 42nd and Dewey Avenue, Omaha, NE 68105 or call (402) 559-4152.

July 10-12, 1986: The 9th National Conference on Pediatrlc/Adult Allergy and Clinical Immunology will be held at the Four Seasons Hotel in Toronto. Ontario. Canada. The Conference is worth 20 credit hours. There is a S325 fee for physicians in practice, and S 1 85 fee for allied health professionals. For more information contact the Department of Pediatrics, Children's Hospital. 219 Bryant Street. Buffalo. NY 14222 or call (716) 878-7630.

July 25-26, 1986: The 14th Annual Sensorimotor Aspects off Integration Symposium will be held at the Holiday Inn in Embarcadero San Diego, California. The topic of the symposium will be, "Sensory and Motor Aspects of Postural Control." There will be a fee of SI55 for professionals and S90 for students. Scientific exhibits are invited. For more information contact Sensorimotor. PO Box 33185. San Diego. CA or call (619) 692-9115.

August 1-3, 1986: The Cape Cod Conference on Pediatrics will be held at the Dunfey Hyannis Hotel in Hyannis. Cape Cod, Massachusetts. The conference is worth 15 hours of credit. There will be a S300 fee for practicing physicians, and $175 for allied health professionals. For more information contact the Department of Pediatrics, Pediatric Continuing Medical Education, School of Medicine. Children's Hospital, 219 Bryant Street, Buffalo, NY 14222 or call (716) 878-7630.

August 15-17, 1986: "Advances in Gastroenterology and Nutrition 1986" will be held at the Dunfey Hyannis Hotel at Hyannis, Cape Cod, Massachusetts. The conference is worth 25 credit hours. There will be a S275 fee for practicing physicians, S175 for Allied Health Professionals. For more information contact the Department of Pediatrics, Pediatric Continuing Medical Education, Children's Hospital of Buffalo, 219 Bryant Street, Buffalo, NY 14222 or call (716) 878-4630.

September 1986: A Pediatric Seminar will be held in China and will be of interest to all physicians, nurses, and paraprofessionals involved in the care of children. The seminar is sponsored by Children's Hospital Medical Center of Northern California. The seminar will include visits with Chinese pediatricians, nurses, and health care teams, as well as medical facilities. For more information contact Peter J. Sheaff, MD, Chairman, Continuing Medical Education, Children's Hospital Medical Center, Oakland, CA 94609 or call (415) 428-3334.

September 13-16, 1986: The Golden Jubilee Conference and Northern European Epilepsy Meeting will be held at the University of York in England. The main topics include liaison psychiatry and epilepsy, nondrug management of epilepsy, and the development of new anticonvulsants. There will be a Jubilee Gowers Prize in which prizes will be awarded in three categories for dissertations/case histories on topics related to epilepsy. Deadline for entries will be June 1. 1986. For more information contact The Secretariat. Golden Jubilee Conference and Northern European Epilepsy Meeting, Professional Postgraduate Services, Sunderland House, Sunderland Street, Macclesfield, Cheshire. SKII, 5JF, England.

September 29-October 2, 1986: "Developmental Interventions in Neonatal Care" will be held in Chicago, Illinois. This conference will have nationally recognized faculty who will discuss clinical issues relevant to developmental care of infants in ICNs. For more information contact Contemporary Forums. 530 La Gonda Way Suite E. Danville, CA 94526 or call (415) 820-2800.

October 8-11, 1986: "APON" A Decade of Progress, A Future of Promise" will be held at the Baltimore Hyatt Regency in Baltimore, Maryland. The 3V¿program will feature a 10-year retrospective look at cancer in children as well as workshops on current concepts designed for both new and old practitioners. CEUs will be provided. For more information contact Marsha Leonard, RN. CPNTiAPON Proram Chairperson, F6515 CS Mott Children's Hospital. Box 66, University of Michigan Medical Center, Ann Arbor, Ml 48109.

October 9-12, 1986: The 15th Annual Cardiopulmonary Seminar will be held at the Sheraton Sand Key Resort in Clearwater Beach, Florida. For more information contact Medical Education Department. Sun Coast Hospital, PO Box 2025, Largo. FL 34295-2025 or call (813) 586-7103.

October 11-12, 1986:"TheSkinfrom AtoZ'wII be held at the University of California San Francisco. For program information please call (415) 476-4251.

October 15-18, 1986: The 40th Annual Meeting of the American Academy for Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine will be held at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in New Orleans, Louisiana. For further information contact AACPDM, PO Box 1 1083. Richmond VA 23230 or call (804) 355-0147.

November 6-9, 1986: A Sports Medicine Seminar will be held at The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs. West Virginia. There will be a fee of S295 for each participant. The seminar will be sponsored by Lloyd Noland Hospital and Health Centers. For more information contact George M. Converse. MD. Director of Medical Education. Lloyd Noland Hospital and Health Centers. 701 Ridgeway Road, Fairfield. AL 35064 or call (205) 783-5276 or (205) 783-5121.

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