February 9 or 23, 2017

Cultural Considerations in Managing Asthma

Join us for this two-hour course intended for healthcare providers who care for children with asthma in the ambulatory care and school setting. Experts will present the latest in asthma diagnosis and management, as well as parent perspectives in managing asthma in the community. Take-home educational material will be available for participants.

  • Time: 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.
  • February 9: Everett Public Library, 2702 Hoyt Ave., Everett, WA 98201
  • February 23: Seattle Children’s South Clinic, Conference Room, 34920 Enchanted Pkwy S., Federal Way, WA 98003
  • See the flyer.
  • For questions and to register, please call or email Outreach Education (206-987-3200).

March 17, May 22, July 21 or November 20, 2017

Suicide Prevention Course

This course will provide nurses information about:

  • The complex nature of suicide
  • How to assess and determine risks and the appropriate treatment and management for at-risk patients, both in the healthcare setting and the community

This six-hour class is intended to meet the requirements for the State of Washington mandatory suicide prevention training for nurses and will include the special needs of the pediatric population.

March 31, 2017

38th Annual Duncan Seminar: The Juggling Act – Developmental Disabilities, Behavioral Challenges and Mental Health

Join us for this one-day interdisciplinary conference focused on the care of children with neurodevelopmental disabilities and their families. Experts from Seattle Children’s, the healthcare community and families will share their experiences and learning on the topic of behavioral mental health in children with neurodevelopmental disorders. This seminar is geared towards a wide audience of healthcare professionals. Family members affected by this condition are also encouraged to attend.

May 5, 2017

2017 Seattle Children’s Nursing Research Symposium

This one-day course is offered to nurses and other clinicians in all disciplines who are interested in learning about research methods, including matching research questions to design; tools to facilitate research; data visualization; and the process of publishing research. The course will describe the importance of nurses leading research (the business case for research) and describe the research currently led by nurses at Seattle Children’s, including projects that have led to practice changes. Registration will be available in January.