41st Annual Melvin L. Cohen, MD Pediatric Update
March 12, 2018 - March 15, 2018
This Continuing Medical Education event welcomes hundreds of physicians from across the country who recognize and value this opportunity to learn the latest evidence-based practices in pediatric medicine.
Pediatric Update 2017 consists of morning sessions, each lasting five hours on four successive days (Monday, March 12, 2018 through Thursday, March 15, 2018). Optional afternoon workshops will be scheduled.
Pediatric Update 2018 faculty will include:
- Crista Johnson-Agbakwu, MD (Refugee Health)
- Stephen Daniels, MD (Obesity & Cardiometabolic Health)
- Kristin Lindstrom, MD (Genetics)
- Craig Alter, MD (Endocrinology)
- Randon Hall, MD (Sports Medicine)
- Andrew Papez, MD (Cardiology)
- William Balistreri, MD (Gastroenterology)
- Ronald Hansen, MD (Dermatology)
- Larry Pickering, MD (Infectious Disease)
- Cindy Bauer, MD (Allergy & Immunology)
- Kelly Kelleher, MD (Hospital Medicine)
- Terry Stull, MD (Infectious Disease)
- Robert Voigt, MD (Behavioral Health and Development)
For more information about the speakers and agenda, download the conference flyer (PDF)
Fees to attend Pediatric Update 2018
Fees to attend Pediatric Update 2018 are $690 for practicing physicians and $565 for retired physicians, residents, nurses, and other allied health professionals. Registration fees include breakfast each morning, refreshments during the meeting, and an evening reception. There will be an additional fee to register for the afternoon workshop. All sessions will be held at Scottsdale Plaza Resort.
Early Bird Rate
Those who register for the course and reserve a room through the Phoenix Children’s Hospital-Pediatric Update guest room block at Scottsdale Plaza Resort, prior to 12/31/2017, will receive a course registration discount of $50.
If you would like to purchase the 2018 Pediatric Update syllabus, they will be available on-site at the conference for a fee of $40.00.
If you have questions, please contact:
JoAnn Cunningham: email@example.com, (602) 933-0766
Sharon Kerr: firstname.lastname@example.org, (602) 933-0761
Antwanette Peoples: email@example.com, (602) 933-3621
Things to Do in Scottsdale, AZ
Beautiful Scottsdale, Arizona offers exciting options for things to see and do. From world-class museums and a renowned botanical garden to the nation’s largest wilderness preserve. Amusement parks, an award-winning zoo, and a railroad museum appeal to all ages.
Welcome MLB Spring Training fans! Scottsdale is a great place to enjoy Spring Training baseball games. Tickets are reasonably priced and nothing tastes better than a hot dog with a beverage of your choice in the Arizona sunshine! Scottsdale is one of the best cities to spend time indoors or outdoors.
Scottsdale Plaza Resort is the perfect desert retreat. The resort features five heated swimming pools, a salon and day spa, state-of-the-art health club, two lighted tennis courts, racquet ball court, two championship golf courses just steps away from the resort, and award winning dining. A limited number of guest rooms are being held at Scottsdale Plaza for a reduced rate of $251 per night (includes resort fee), plus an occupancy tax of 13.17%. Airport transportation is available for an inclusive fee of $23 one way. Please plan to reserve your guest room well in advance. To learn more about The Scottsdale Plaza Resort, visit: www.scottsdaleplaza.com.