40th Annual Pediatric Postgraduate Conference on Clinical Pediatrics
CONTACT: Suzanna Cisneros, firstname.lastname@example.org
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) will host the 40th Annual Pediatric Postgraduate Conference on Clinical Pediatrics 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Aug. 19 and 7 a.m. to noon Aug. 20 at the International Cultural Center, 601 Indiana Ave.
The purpose of this conference is to provide health care professionals with recent and continuing advances in the field of pediatrics. Input from previous evaluations, faculty expertise and newly released and relevant clinical data are used to determine needs and scope of topics.
Top pediatric experts from across the country are scheduled to speak. Presentations and speakers will include:
Pediatric Exanthema: When to Worry and How to Fix Them
Ashley Sturgeon, M.D.
Vaping: Smoke and Mirrors
Janet F. Williams, M.D.
Psoriasis in Children
Michelle Tarbox, M.D.
Pearls on the Diagnosis, Management and Prevention of Food Allergy
Robert Mamlok, M.D.
Parental Vaccine Refusal – Reckless or a Right? How Disneyland Changed the Way We Think About Personal Belief Exemptions
Susan H. Wootton, M.D.
Misperceptions and Dangers of Consuming Raw Milk
Current Trends in the Assessment and Management of Vestibular and Hearing Disorders in the Pediatric Population, Part 1 and 2
Steven Zupancic, Au.D., Ph.D.
Marijuana Remains a Schedule I Drug
Janet F. Williams, M.D.
What Pediatricians and Parents Must Know to Guide Children in Today’s Digital World
Heidi Roman, M.D.
An Update on the Zika Virus
Fatma Levent, M.D.
Teens and Media: The Current Landscape
Social Media and Cyberbullying: A Collaborative Opportunity Between Pediatricians and Educators
Elizabeth Sledge, M.D.
For more information, call Myra Jones at (806) 743-2929 or visit www.ttuhsc.edu/medicine/continuing-medical-education/.
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