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Pre-registration is required for all events. Please see the individual continuing medical education (CME) event listings for more details.

For more information or program updates, please contact Seattle Children’s Continuing Medical Education Office at 206-987-5701. 

July 18–19, 2014 – Registration closed

New Opportunities, New Challenges: Exploring the Ethical Boundaries of Pediatric Research

Renowned leaders in the field of pediatric bioethics will come together to discuss the many issues associated with pediatric research. Seattle Children’s Pediatric Bioethics Conference has become one of the signature events in the pediatric bioethics community, garnering strong reviews from the thousands that have joined us in the last decade. Join us as we grapple with these ethical questions through presentations and panel discussions.

September 5–6, 2014

Western Society of Pediatric Nephrology (WSPN) Annual Meeting (in conjunction with the 2nd Annual ASPN Multi-Disciplinary Symposium)

We are 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.

In conjunction with the Second Annual ASPN Multi-Disciplinary Symposium.

Locations:

  • Friday dinner meeting, 415 Westlake Ave. N, Seattle
  • Saturday conference, Seattle Children’s Research Institute (Jack R. MacDonald Building), 1900 Ninth Ave., Seattle
  • View the brochure (PDF)
  • Register online

September 12–13, 2014

The Mitochondrial Conundrum: Novel Presentations and Treatments of Mitochondrial Diseases

The study of mitochondrial diseases is a relatively new field of medicine. The diversity of syndromes caused, wholly or in part, by mitochondrial defects is astounding. Historically, mitochondrial diseases have been thought to be largely untreatable. However, recent new therapies offer hope to a wide group of patients.

The Second Biennial Mitochondrial Biology Conference will bring together renowned leaders in the field of mitochondrial disease research and patient care. Discussion will focus on the newly recognized atypical presentations of mitochondrial diseases, with an emphasis on new therapies that are giving new cause for hope. Join us and add your voice as we discuss the wide variation in presentation of mitochondrial diseases and novel therapies being tested. Families and patients are welcome.

Presented by Seattle Children's Research Institute in collaboration with the Mitochondrial Research Guild.

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