Discover the latest innovations and research in neonatal care by attending one of our neonatal conferences at Contemporary Forums. From Neonatal Pharmacology, The Fetus & Newborn, Obstetric and Neonatal Nursing conferences to the Developmental Interventions in Neonatal Care, we have a variety of educational programs to meet the needs of neonatal healthcare professionals.
Some of the things you will explore in our neonatal conferences include:
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Location: Las Vegas, NV
Dates: March 12 - 15, 2017
The 4th Annual Conference on Neonatology & the Law will bring together medical and legal experts and your colleagues from across the country to Las Vegas to discuss an interprofessional approach to treating the critically ill newborn. Join us as we examine the hot spots in medical malpractice litigation related to neonatology and perinatology. The 2017 Neonatology & the Law conference will offer a strong cross-section between clinical updates and legal implications of caring for a neonate.
Location: San Diego, CA
Dates: April 6 - 8, 2017
This year’s Preconference will feature The Heart of the Matter: Cardiac Pharmacology for Neonates, the #1 topic area requested by last year’s audience. Learn from the experts how to maximize cardiac function in fragile newborns to promote stabilization, decreased morbidity and improved patient outcomes. Emphasis on teamwork between NICU physicians, nurses and pharmacists in order to address challenges encountered in the pharmacologic management of neonates.
Location: Jackson Hole, WY
Dates: June 25 - 28, 2017
Contemporary Forums is pleased to announce the return of the Perinatal Dilemmas conference in beautiful Jackson Hole, Wyoming! Discuss and explore challenges that you confront daily in your practice, from antibiotic stewardship to addressing drug addiction during pregnancy, and ethical dilemmas at the edge of viability to managing liability risk during preterm labor. The faculty will address both the art and the science of caring for the high-risk of mother and fetus/neonate.