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Pediatric Conferences &
Educational Opportunities





June 1 - 02

The Excellence Conference 2019 Austin

Excellence in Advanced Practice

June 18 - 23

2019 AANP National Conference

American Association of Nurse Practitioners

July 19 - 21

ASHA Connect 2019

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

July 27 - 28

31st Annual Southwestern Regional Nurse Practitioner Symposium

Arizona Nurses Associaton

Sept. 17 - 20

29th annual Certification/Recertification Board Review Conference

Emory University School of Medicine Physician Assistant Program

More Events

Latest Pediatric News


Holidays Disrupt Drug Routines Of Children With Diabetes

Children with type 1 diabetes find it difficult to adhere to their drug routines during school holidays and weekends. Holiday distractions cause a 20% reduction in adherence t...
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Skin Patch Shows Promise For Children With Milk-Induced Eosinophilic Esophagitis

A new study from Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) finds that a skin patch may be useful in treating children with a painful, chronic condition called eosinophilic es...
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Is Healthcare Affordability Driving A Need To Revolutionize Drug Pricing?

ISPOR, the professional society for health economics and outcomes research (HEOR), held its final plenary of the ISPOR 2019 annual conference with, “Is Healthcare Affordabilit...
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Sanofi Provides Unprecedented Access To Its Insulins For One Set Monthly Price

Starting in June, Sanofi will further expand its innovative Insulins Valyou Savings Program so people living with diabetes in the United States can pay $99 to access their San...
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Southern Research Team Targets New, Safer Drugs For Malaria

Scientists at Southern Research’s Drug Discovery division have joined the fight against malaria through efforts aimed at discovering new drugs and improving the safety and eff...
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Early Life Exposure To Nicotine Alters Neurons, Predisposes Brain To Addiction Later In Life

Neonatal exposure to nicotine alters the reward circuity in the brains of newborn mice, increasing their preference for the drug in later adulthood, report researchers at Univ...
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A Super Tool Helps Kids With Autism Improve Socialization Skills

A team of NIH-funded researchers at Stanford University Medical School has found that children with autism improved measurably on a test of socialization and learning when the...
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Hypertension Found In Children Exposed To Flower Pesticides

In a study published online May 21, 2019 in the journal Environmental Research, researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine found higher blood pressur...
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Exposing Vaccine Hesitant To Real-Life Pain Of Diseases Makes Them More Pro-Vaccine

The re-introduction of measles, mumps and other previously eradicated diseases to the United States is nothing short of a public health crisis. Since Jan. 1, a staggering 880 ...
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Scientists Succeed In Testing Potential Brain-Based Method To Diagnose Autism

Scientists at Wake Forest School of Medicine have taken the first step in developing an objective, brain-based test to diagnose autism. Using functional magnetic resonance im...
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Behold The Bili-Ruler: A Novel, Low-Cost Device For Screening Neonatal Hyperbilirubinemia

Neonatal hyperbilirubinemia, commonly known as newborn jaundice, is a condition that affects up to 80% of newborns in the first week of life. Severe hyperbilirubinemia (biliru...
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Nearly 1 In 5 Parents Say Their Child Never Wears A Helmet While Riding A Bike

Despite evidence that helmets are critical to preventing head injuries, not all children wear them while biking, skateboarding and riding scooters, a new national poll finds. ...
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Ultrasound Used To Trigger Insulin Release In Mice Shows Promise For Future Diabetes Therapy

The World Health Organization ranks Type 2 diabetes among the most common causes of death in the world. Current treatments can help the body use insulin at various stages of t...
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App Prevents Asthma Attacks And Helps Parents Manage Their Child’s Disease

An app that allows parents and doctors to monitor a child’s asthma has a big impact on managing the disease. When families monitored symptoms with eAsthma Tracker and adjusted...
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First Smartphone App That Can Hear Ear Infections In Children

Ear infections are the most common reason that parents bring their children to a pediatrician, according to the National Institutes of Health. This condition occurs when flui...
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Measuring Quality Of Life After Pediatric Kidney Transplant

After receiving a kidney transplant, children may experience quality-of-life difficulties that underscore the importance of screening transplant recipients for psychosocial f...
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The Medical Minute: Protecting Against Measles

The United States is experiencing its largest measles outbreak since the virus was eliminated in 2000. As of Monday, 839 cases of measles have been reported in 23 states, acco...
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One In Six Children With Concussion Experiences A Second Concussion Within Two Years

A new study from Children's Hospital of Philadelphia's (CHOP) Center for Injury Research and Prevention (CIRP) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) finds t...
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Swimming Safety For The Summer Season

Temperatures are heating up in the Las Vegas valley, which means more people are heading to the pool. And while swimming is a great form of physical activity for all ages and ...
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Researcher Studies Incurable Blood Disease Usually Diagnosed In Children

Treating a stubborn blood disease that strikes children may come down to tweaking energy production in stem cells, suggests research out of West Virginia University. Wei Du, ...
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Speech Recognition Technology Is Not A Solution For Poor Readers

Could artificial intelligence be a solution for people who cannot read well (functional illiterates) or those who cannot read at all (complete illiterates)? According to psych...
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New Doctors’ DNA Ages Six Times Faster Than Normal In First Year

In just a few short weeks, tens of thousands of newly minted doctors will start the most intense year of their training: the first year of residency, also called the intern ye...
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Parenting Coach And Educator Says Suicide Prevention Begins In Preschool

Current suicide prevention focuses on the symptoms of impending suicide and has not been successful. Anne Andrew, Ph.D., says the focus needs to be on the cause of suicidal th...
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Children's Hospital of Philadelphia to Build New Specialty Care and Urgent Care Center in Abington

Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) today announced plans to open a new 37,000-square-foot Specialty Care & Urgent Care Center in Abington, PA. This is the latest expan...
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Opioid Doctor And Pharmacy “Shoppers” May Also Shop At Home, Study Suggests

As states crack down on doctor and pharmacy “shopping” by people who misuse opioids, a new study reveals how often those individuals may still be able to find opioids to misus...
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