Pediatric Annals

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Abstract

June 15-17, 1987: An Advanced Pediatric Life Support Course will be held at The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Baltimore. The course objective is to familiarize physicians with common life-threatening conditions in children and to develop skills that will allow the physician to competently resuscitate, stabilize, evaluate, and triage a seriously injured or ill child. Credit: 20 AMA Category I; approved by the American College of Emergency Physicians for 19 hours of ACEP Category I credit. Fee: S3 75. For further information, contact Catherine Sentman, Program Coordinator, Office of Continuing Education, The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Turner 22. 720 Rutland Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21205; (301 1 955-6085.

June 16-20, 1987: Pediatric Infectious Disease Seminar: Current Update will meet at the Sea Pines Plantation, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. CME credits: 19 hours. Fee: $295. For information, contact George M. Converse, MD, Director of Medical Education, Lloyd Noland Hospital and Health Centers, 701 Ridgeway Road, Fairfield, AL 35064; (205) 783-5276.

June 21-24, 1987: Suncoast Pediatric Conference: Bones, Joints, and Muscles in Children will be held at the Trade Winds Beach Resort Hotel, St. Petersburg Beach, Florida. Sponsored by University of South Florida College of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics. For information, contact Linda Antaya, PO Box 11002, Clearwater. FL 33512; (813| 584-4353 or 870-3720.

June 28-JuIy 2, 1987: Update on General Pediatrics will be held at the Jackson Hole Racquet Club, Jackson, Wyoming. Sponsored by the Department of Pediatrics, University of Nebraska College of Medicine. For further information or registration, contact Marge Adey or Brenda Ram, Center for Continuing Education, University of Nebraska Medical Center, 42nd and Dewey Avenue, Omaha, NE 68105; (402) 559-4152.

July 16-18, 1987: Developmental Interventions In Neonatal Care will be held in San Francisco. Nationally recognized faculty will discuss clinical issues relevant to developmental care of infants in ICNs. For further information, contact Contemporary Forums, 530 La Gonda Way Suite E, Danville, CA 94526; (4I5J 820-2800.

July 20-22, 1987: Focus on Breastfeeding, a twoday intensive seminar for physicians, will be held at the Chicago Hilton and Towers. The seminar covers the latest breastfeeding research and education for effective lactation management, sponsored by La Leche League International. Continuing education credit will be available. For information, contact Carol Kolar. RN, Administrator, Continuing Medical Education, La Leche League International, PO Box 1209, Franklin Park, IL 60131-8209; (312) 455-7730.

July 24-25. 1987: Debates and Updates In Pediatric Emergencies will be held in San Francisco. Credit: 14 hours of Category I; ACEP; AAFP Fee: $235. For registration information, call (415) 476-5808. For program information, call (415) 476-4251. Sponsored by University of California. San Francisco, School of Medicine.

August 1-8, 1987: Forefronts in Pediatrics: Sun Valley, Idaho. This seminar is sponsored by the University of Arizona. College of Medicine. Department of Family and Community Medicine and is approved for 24 Prescribed Credits by the AAFP For more information, contact Kathy Rairigh, Epic Expeditions, PO Box 209, Sun Valley ID 83353; (208) 788-4995.…

June 15-17, 1987: An Advanced Pediatric Life Support Course will be held at The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Baltimore. The course objective is to familiarize physicians with common life-threatening conditions in children and to develop skills that will allow the physician to competently resuscitate, stabilize, evaluate, and triage a seriously injured or ill child. Credit: 20 AMA Category I; approved by the American College of Emergency Physicians for 19 hours of ACEP Category I credit. Fee: S3 75. For further information, contact Catherine Sentman, Program Coordinator, Office of Continuing Education, The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Turner 22. 720 Rutland Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21205; (301 1 955-6085.

June 16-20, 1987: Pediatric Infectious Disease Seminar: Current Update will meet at the Sea Pines Plantation, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. CME credits: 19 hours. Fee: $295. For information, contact George M. Converse, MD, Director of Medical Education, Lloyd Noland Hospital and Health Centers, 701 Ridgeway Road, Fairfield, AL 35064; (205) 783-5276.

June 21-24, 1987: Suncoast Pediatric Conference: Bones, Joints, and Muscles in Children will be held at the Trade Winds Beach Resort Hotel, St. Petersburg Beach, Florida. Sponsored by University of South Florida College of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics. For information, contact Linda Antaya, PO Box 11002, Clearwater. FL 33512; (813| 584-4353 or 870-3720.

June 28-JuIy 2, 1987: Update on General Pediatrics will be held at the Jackson Hole Racquet Club, Jackson, Wyoming. Sponsored by the Department of Pediatrics, University of Nebraska College of Medicine. For further information or registration, contact Marge Adey or Brenda Ram, Center for Continuing Education, University of Nebraska Medical Center, 42nd and Dewey Avenue, Omaha, NE 68105; (402) 559-4152.

July 16-18, 1987: Developmental Interventions In Neonatal Care will be held in San Francisco. Nationally recognized faculty will discuss clinical issues relevant to developmental care of infants in ICNs. For further information, contact Contemporary Forums, 530 La Gonda Way Suite E, Danville, CA 94526; (4I5J 820-2800.

July 20-22, 1987: Focus on Breastfeeding, a twoday intensive seminar for physicians, will be held at the Chicago Hilton and Towers. The seminar covers the latest breastfeeding research and education for effective lactation management, sponsored by La Leche League International. Continuing education credit will be available. For information, contact Carol Kolar. RN, Administrator, Continuing Medical Education, La Leche League International, PO Box 1209, Franklin Park, IL 60131-8209; (312) 455-7730.

July 24-25. 1987: Debates and Updates In Pediatric Emergencies will be held in San Francisco. Credit: 14 hours of Category I; ACEP; AAFP Fee: $235. For registration information, call (415) 476-5808. For program information, call (415) 476-4251. Sponsored by University of California. San Francisco, School of Medicine.

August 1-8, 1987: Forefronts in Pediatrics: Sun Valley, Idaho. This seminar is sponsored by the University of Arizona. College of Medicine. Department of Family and Community Medicine and is approved for 24 Prescribed Credits by the AAFP For more information, contact Kathy Rairigh, Epic Expeditions, PO Box 209, Sun Valley ID 83353; (208) 788-4995.

10.3928/0090-4481-19870601-14

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