Join us for the 18th Annual Children’s Neuroscience Symposium and don’t miss this opportunity to learn the latest in pediatric neuroscience! The symposium is held in conjunction with the 37th Annual Pediatric Update. Enjoy the beautiful weather and sights in Phoenix while attending the conference.
Neurological disorders are some of the most complex and confounding disorders that affect the pediatric population. Often the symptoms are first seen by the Primary Care Provider (PCP) but not always recognized as a neurological disorder/ disease until it has progressed. The Children’s Neuroscience Symposium is an accredited program designed to enhance the practitioner’s knowledge of common pediatric neurological disorders including presenting signs and symptoms, recommendations for specialist consultation and recent treatment advances.
This symposium features our own nationally prominent faculty along with guest speakers, presenting topics that highlight the most recent advances and current issues in pediatric neurosciences. This course is broken up in to 4 afternoon sessions, each dedicated to a specific area in the field of pediatric neuroscience:
- Spasticity/ Movement Disorders
- Concussions-Evaluation and Management
- Raising Special Kids/Behavioral Pediatrics
- Seizures and Epilepsy
Who Will Benefit
Primary Care Providers, Allied Health Professionals, Pediatricians, Family Practice Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants, Nurses, Occupational/Physical Therapists, Athletic Trainers and Coaches.
Save the date, mark your calendar and register today for the 18th Annual Children’s Neuroscience Symposium.
Date: March 9-14, 2014
Place: Ritz Carlton Hotel
Symposium Learning Objectives