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Seattle Children's is proud to offer the only pediatric orthopedics program in Seattle and surrounding areas.
HPV Immune Responses and Vaccine Update on Real-Life...
Anna-Barbara Moscicki, MD, Professor, Pediatrics, Associate Director, Division of Adolescent Medicine, UCSF
Predictions of Neurodevelopmental Impairment for Cri...
Paul Mann, MD, Assistant Professor, Neonatology, Dept. of Pediatrics, UW; Neonatology, Bioethics, Seattle Children’s
It’s Back-to-School Time… STDs not ABCs!
2014 STD Treatment Guidelines and Results of eKISS (Electronic Kiosk for Safer Sex), an Interactive Computer-Based Intervention. Taraneh Shafii, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor, Pediatrics, UW; Adolescent Medicine, Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology, Seattle Children’s
PALS Renewal Update Course
The renewal course is available to those having current AHA PALS provider status with an issue date not exceeding two years through the end of the month in which the card was issued. Current BLS for Healthcare Provider certification is highly recommended for all participants.
Western Society of Pediatric Nephrology (WSPN) Annua...
The WSPN is a group of like-minded health professionals, physicians, nurses, dietitians and social workers from the western region of the United States who are committed to the restoration of kidney health for all children. This yearly conference is designed to enhance the exchange of information through didactic lectures, workshops, panel discussions, case presentations and research presentations.
HeartCode PALS Parts 1 and 2 Online and In-Class PAL...
The American Heart Association 2012 edition Heart Code PALS Online Part 1 is perfect for the experienced pediatric healthcare provider with savvy computer simulation skills and who has class time limitations. It is an appropriate option for the PALS Renewal Course. The online portion takes 6–12 hours. The Part 2 in-class Practical Evaluation for skills and team approach time is 3.5 hours. Because, at this time, our Seattle Children’s computers do not support the minimum strength of system, you need to have access to a personal or alternate work computer. At this time Seattle Children’s contract nurses will continue to register for the one-day PALS Renewal Course.
One-Day PALS Provider Course for Physicians and Adva...
This course is designed for the experienced healthcare provider who has a firm knowledge base of assessment and management of respiratory failure, shock and cardiac rhythm disturbances with advanced resuscitation of infants and children, including skills in advanced airway management, vascular access, performance of basic life support, cardiac rhythm recognition and electrical and medical therapy. Recommended audience: Physicians and advanced-practice health professionals (ARNP, PA, CNA).
Two-Day PALS Provider Course
The two-day provider course is for those taking the American Heart Association/American Academy of Pediatrics PALS course for the first time, or for whose provider status has expired.
Practice Points of Ophthalmology Every Pediatrician ...
Roger Johnson Ophthalmology Lecture. Daniel Karr, MD, Chief, Ophthalmology Pediatrics Service, Elks Children’s Eye Clinic; Director, Pediatric Ophthalmology Fellowship Program, Oregon Health and Science University
Working with the Latino Community to Address Youth V...
Robert Deischer Lecture. Manuel Oscos-Sanchez, MD, Professor, Dept. of Family and Community Medicine, The University of Texas Health Science Center
PEARS is designed for healthcare providers who see pediatric patients but do not take PALS because it is beyond their scope of practice. The main focus of PEARS is prevention and, specifically, the assessment, recognition and stabilization of pediatric victims at risk for shock, respiratory distress and cardiopulmonary failure. The course includes video-based instruction, instructor-led discussions and the opportunity for participants to practice assessment, recognition and stabilization skills using different scenarios in a team concept environment.
Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) Course
Learn concepts and skills of neonatal resuscitation through guided practice and simulation with expert instructors. All participants register for a Provider course, including those wishing to renew their NRP provider status. All learners take the online NRP examination prior to the course, enabling us to use course time for skills review and team resuscitation scenarios using a state-of-the-art neonatal simulator.
STABLE is the most widely distributed and implemented neonatal education program to focus exclusively on the post-resuscitation/pre-transport stabilization care of sick infants. Based on a mnemonic to optimize learning, retention and recall of information, STABLE stands for the six assessments and care modules in the program: Sugar, Temperature, Airway, Blood pressure, Lab work, and Emotional support of the family. Participants include RNs, ARNPs, physicians, respiratory therapists, physician assistants and any other healthcare providers who have the potential for post-resuscitation care and/or pre-transport stabilization of neonatal patients in the acute care setting.
Sixth Annual Nutrition Symposium: The Good, the Fad ...
Please join us for this one-day program designed to update healthcare providers with the most current evidence surrounding nutritional issues impacting care for children and families. Pediatric experts from the fields of medicine and nutrition will focus on clinically practical skills, techniques and strategies for implementing best practices to improve nutritional health for patients and families.
NRP Hospital-Based Instructor Course
The NRP instructor's role has changed from "teacher" to "learning facilitator." This Hospital-Based Instructor course prepares new instructors to conduct 6th edition NRP Provider courses which use a simulation-based curriculum. Instructor-trainees will learn to guide NRP students through acquisition of resuscitation skills; learn to create and conduct scenarios using tactile, visual and auditory cues; and conduct effective debriefings. The course also covers the administrative tasks within the NRP instructor's role. Registrants must meet eligibility requirements, and complete course prerequisites, as stipulated by the American Academy of Pediatrics.
L.T. Staheli Pediatric Orthopedic Symposium: Common ...
Please join us for this one-day, highly practical course designed to provide the most current information on common orthopedic trauma seen in primary care. The format is unique this year with each topic beginning with an exam demonstration, followed by a panel of experts presenting cases with an interactive discussion of best practices for diagnosis and management.
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