Since Contemporary Forums’ inception in 1982, more than 300,000 healthcare professionals have attended our national conferences and readily attest to the quality, attention to detail and professional enrichment our programs provide. Our emphasis on offering state-of-the-art clinical information, in formats most conducive to learning, assures you of an optimal continuing education experience. At Contemporary Forums, we want to be your choice for continuing education and professional development.
Contemporary Forums is a continuing education organization recognized by the National Certification Corporation. This conference covers a variety of the Core Competency Areas and Content Topics required for the NCC's Certification Maintenance in your specialty.
Contemporary Forums welcomes Christopher McPherson to the Neonatal Pharmacology conference. Christopher McPherson is a clinical pharmacist in the neonatal intensive care unit at St. Louis Children’s Hospital and an assistant professor in the Department of Pediatrics at Washington University School of Medicine. He graduated from the University of North Carolina School of Pharmacy and completed a fellowship in Neonatal Pharmacotherapy at The Women’s Hospital of Greensboro. Register Now to hear Christopher McPherson as other well renowned faculty at the Neonatal pharmacology conference April 6-8 in San Diego!
Featured session: CE Credits: 1.50 hours; 0.75 hour Pharmacology hour
Neonatal Drug Formulations: Safety Gains and Risks
Jason Sauberan, PharmD
Featured Session: 1.5 contact hours
Benefits and Limitations of GYN and Cancer Screening for Women Over 40
Anita Nelson, MD
Featured Session: 1.25 contact hours
TBI Biomarkers and Sequelae Related to Trauma
Jessica Gill, PhD, RN
Two important conferences for NPs will be taking place in the fall of 2016. First, the 33rd Annual High Risk Obstetric Nursing conference, which is being held in New Orleans September 21 - 24, will offer a thorough approach to current topics in high risk obstetrics, encompassing fetal surveillance in difficult pregnancies, safety promotion for mother and fetus, diabetes and obesity management during pregnancy, and other issues such as preeclampsia, emergency situations and the legal and ethical implications of managing high-risk and critically ill obstetric patients and injured newborns.
Exceptional speakers, including Suzanne McMurtry Baird, DNP, RN, founder and president of Clinical Concepts in Obstetrics, Inc., and Jay P. Goldsmith, MD, professor of pediatrics at Tulane University...