Pediatric Annals

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Abstract

September 21-22, 1989: Pediatrics for the Practitioner - Update 1989 continuing education program will be held at the Thomas B. Turner Auditorium Building, Baltimore, Maryland. AMA Category 1 credit. 14.5 hours, will be available; other credit is pending. Fees are S225 for physicians and S 150 for residents, retired physicians, and allied health professionals. Sponsored by the Division of General Pediatrics, The Johns Hopkins Children's Center and The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. For further information, contact Jeanne Ryan, Program Coordinator, Turner Auditorium Building, 720 Rutland Avenue. Baltimore, MD 21205; (301) 955-5880.

October 4-6, 1989: Developmental Interventions in Neonatal Care Contemporary Forums Conference will be held in New Orleans, Louisiana. Continuing education credit is available. For further information, contact Contemporary Forums, 530 La Gonda Way, Suite 4. Danville. CA 94526; (415) 820-2800.

October 5-6, 1989: 12th Annual Current Concerns in Adolescent Medicine: A Practical Approach to Current Problems in Adolescents to be held at the Grand Hyatt. New York, New York. Sponsored by Division of Adolescent Medicine, Schneider Children's Hospital of Long Island Jewish Medical Center in New Hyde Park, New York, is open to Pediatricians, General Practitioners, Nurses, and Allied Health Professionals for S300. Interns, Residents, Nurses, and Allied Health Professionals are also invited for a fee of S200. This continuing medical education activity meets the criteria for 12 credit hours in Category I from the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education and the American Medical Association. For further information, contact Ann J. Boehme, Associate Director for Continuing Education, Schneider Children's Hospital of Long Island Jewish Medical Center, New Hyde Park. NY 10042; (718) 470-8650.

October 6-8, 1989: Trends in Pediatrics continuing education course will be held in Scottsdale, AZ. Fees are S220 for AAP resident fellows and AAP candidate fellows, $300 for AAP fellows, S365 for nonmember physicians, and S220 for allied health professionals. For further information, contact the American Academy of Pediatrics, Division of Continuing Education. PO Box 927, Elk Grove Village. IL 60009-0927; (800) 433-9016 (in 800-421-0589).

October 11-13, 1989: The Fetus and Newborn: State of the Art Care Contemporary Forums Conference will be held in San Diego, California. Continuing education credit is available. Contact Contemporary Forums, 530 La Gonda Way, Suite E. Danville, CA 94526; (415) 820-2800.

October 11-14, 1989: Pediatric Infectious Disease Seminar: Fall Update will be held at The Grosvenor Resort, Walt Disney World, Lake Buena Vista, Florida. Fifteen hours of CME credits. Fee is S295. Sponsored by Lloyd Noland Hospital and Health Centers - ACCME Accredited. For further information, contact George M. Converse, MD, Director of Medical Education, Lloyd Noland Hospital and Health Centers, 701 Noland Parkway. Fairfield. AL 35064; (205) 783-5276.

October 12-13, 1989: Prenatal Genetics Diagnosis & Fetal Therapy Medical Meeting will be held at the Newport Marriott Hotel, Newport Beach, California. Category 1 credit is pending. For further information, contact The Center for Health Education, 2801 Atlantic Avenue. PO Box 1428. Long Beach, CA 90801-1428; (213) 595-3811.

October 13-14, 1989: Pediatric Advanced Life Support Medical Meeting will be held at the Center for Health Education, Long Beach, California. Category 1 credit is pending. For further information, contact The Center for Health Education. 2801 Atlantic Avenue, PO Box 1428, Long Beach, CA 90801-1428; (213) 595-3811.

October 14-21, 1989: 14th Annual Pediatrics for the Practitioner will be held in Mauna Kea, Hawaii. Category I credit is pending. For further information, contact The Center for Health Education, 2801 Atlantic Avenue, PO Box 1428. Long Beach. CA 90801-1428; (213) 595-3811.

November 3-4, 1989: Progress in Pediatrics continuing medical education program will be held in Baltimore, Maryland. Eleven AMA Category I credits and…

September 21-22, 1989: Pediatrics for the Practitioner - Update 1989 continuing education program will be held at the Thomas B. Turner Auditorium Building, Baltimore, Maryland. AMA Category 1 credit. 14.5 hours, will be available; other credit is pending. Fees are S225 for physicians and S 150 for residents, retired physicians, and allied health professionals. Sponsored by the Division of General Pediatrics, The Johns Hopkins Children's Center and The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. For further information, contact Jeanne Ryan, Program Coordinator, Turner Auditorium Building, 720 Rutland Avenue. Baltimore, MD 21205; (301) 955-5880.

October 4-6, 1989: Developmental Interventions in Neonatal Care Contemporary Forums Conference will be held in New Orleans, Louisiana. Continuing education credit is available. For further information, contact Contemporary Forums, 530 La Gonda Way, Suite 4. Danville. CA 94526; (415) 820-2800.

October 5-6, 1989: 12th Annual Current Concerns in Adolescent Medicine: A Practical Approach to Current Problems in Adolescents to be held at the Grand Hyatt. New York, New York. Sponsored by Division of Adolescent Medicine, Schneider Children's Hospital of Long Island Jewish Medical Center in New Hyde Park, New York, is open to Pediatricians, General Practitioners, Nurses, and Allied Health Professionals for S300. Interns, Residents, Nurses, and Allied Health Professionals are also invited for a fee of S200. This continuing medical education activity meets the criteria for 12 credit hours in Category I from the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education and the American Medical Association. For further information, contact Ann J. Boehme, Associate Director for Continuing Education, Schneider Children's Hospital of Long Island Jewish Medical Center, New Hyde Park. NY 10042; (718) 470-8650.

October 6-8, 1989: Trends in Pediatrics continuing education course will be held in Scottsdale, AZ. Fees are S220 for AAP resident fellows and AAP candidate fellows, $300 for AAP fellows, S365 for nonmember physicians, and S220 for allied health professionals. For further information, contact the American Academy of Pediatrics, Division of Continuing Education. PO Box 927, Elk Grove Village. IL 60009-0927; (800) 433-9016 (in 800-421-0589).

October 11-13, 1989: The Fetus and Newborn: State of the Art Care Contemporary Forums Conference will be held in San Diego, California. Continuing education credit is available. Contact Contemporary Forums, 530 La Gonda Way, Suite E. Danville, CA 94526; (415) 820-2800.

October 11-14, 1989: Pediatric Infectious Disease Seminar: Fall Update will be held at The Grosvenor Resort, Walt Disney World, Lake Buena Vista, Florida. Fifteen hours of CME credits. Fee is S295. Sponsored by Lloyd Noland Hospital and Health Centers - ACCME Accredited. For further information, contact George M. Converse, MD, Director of Medical Education, Lloyd Noland Hospital and Health Centers, 701 Noland Parkway. Fairfield. AL 35064; (205) 783-5276.

October 12-13, 1989: Prenatal Genetics Diagnosis & Fetal Therapy Medical Meeting will be held at the Newport Marriott Hotel, Newport Beach, California. Category 1 credit is pending. For further information, contact The Center for Health Education, 2801 Atlantic Avenue. PO Box 1428. Long Beach, CA 90801-1428; (213) 595-3811.

October 13-14, 1989: Pediatric Advanced Life Support Medical Meeting will be held at the Center for Health Education, Long Beach, California. Category 1 credit is pending. For further information, contact The Center for Health Education. 2801 Atlantic Avenue, PO Box 1428, Long Beach, CA 90801-1428; (213) 595-3811.

October 14-21, 1989: 14th Annual Pediatrics for the Practitioner will be held in Mauna Kea, Hawaii. Category I credit is pending. For further information, contact The Center for Health Education, 2801 Atlantic Avenue, PO Box 1428. Long Beach. CA 90801-1428; (213) 595-3811.

November 3-4, 1989: Progress in Pediatrics continuing medical education program will be held in Baltimore, Maryland. Eleven AMA Category I credits and 11 PREP credits are available; other credit is pending. Fees are $120 for physicians, S60 for residents and fellows. Sponsored by Children's Medical and Surgical Center, The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions. For further information, contact Patty Campbell, Program Coordinator, Turner Auditorium Building, 720 Rutland Avenue, Baltimore. MD 2I205; (301) 955-5880.

November 3-5, 1989: Current Advances in Pediatrics meeting will be held in Anaheim, California, at the Emerald Hotel at Disneyland. Ten to 14 hours Category 1 credit and 10-14 hours PREP are available. Sponsored by California Chapter 4 AAP/OCPS. Department of Pediatrics, University of California, Irvine. For further information contact California Chapter 4, AAP/OCPS, PO Box 1297. Orange. CA 92668; (714) 978-2415.

November 4, 1989: Pediatric Protein Metabolism medical meeting will be held in Long Beach, California. Category I credit is pending. For further information, contact The Center for Health Education. 2801 Atlantic Avenue, PO Box 1428, Long Beach, CA 90801-1428; (213) 595-3811.

November 8-10, 1989: Sports Medicine for the Primary Care Physician course will be held in Chicago, Illinois. Twenty-five AMA Category 1 credits are available; ACEP Category I credit is pending. Fees are S425 for practicing physicians, S340 for residents and fellows in training. Sponsored by the Cook County Graduate School of Medicine. For additional information, contact the Registrar's Office. 707 South Wood Street. Chicago. IL 606/2; 800} 621-4651 (in Illinois 800-621-4649).

November 9-12, 1989: Current Issues in Perinatal Medicine will be held in Palm Springs, California, at the Marriott's Rancho Las Palmos Resort. Category I credit is pending. For further information, contact The Center for Health Education, 2801 Atlantic Avenue. PO Box 1428, Long Beach, CA 90801-1428; (213) 595-3811.

November 10-11, 1989: 4th Steglitz International Pediatric Surgical Symposium Berlin Laser Application in Children will be held at the International Congress Center Berlin (ICC). For further information, contact Prov. Doz. Dr. Felix Schier, Department of Pediatric Surgery, Free University of Berlin, Hindenburgdamm 30. 1000 Berlin 45. West Germany; (030) 798-2909 or 798-4181.

November 18, 1989: E very D oc s Pediatric Dermatology program will be held in Detroit, Michigan. AMA Category 1 credit. 4.5 hours, is available. Fees are S75 for physicians and $25 for allied health professionals. For additional information, contact Ms. Diane Davis, Henry Ford Hospital, Office of Continuing Medical Education, 2799 W Grand Blvd, Detroit. Ml 48202; (800) 888-4340 or (313) 876-4340.

December 3-4, 1989: Progress in Pediatrics continuing medical education program will be held in Baltimore, Maryland. Eleven AMA Category I credits and 1 1 PREP credits are available; other credit is pending. Fees are $120 for physicians, $60 for residents and fellows. Sponsored by Children's Medical and Surgical Center, The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions. For further information, contact Patty Campbell, Program Coordinator, Turner Auditorium Building, 720 Rutland Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21205; (301) 955-5880.

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