May
7
7:30 am07:30
CME

OPS Spring Conference - Hot Topics in Pediatrics

  • OMA Event Center

This event was rescheduled from original date of April 9th. Note location change to OMA Event Center.

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For the first time, OPS will be offering a
real-time group MOC Part 2 session on
"Injury Prevention for Birth - 4 Years" 
for 10 MOC points!

ADDITIONAL TOPICS:

  • Foster Care
  • Marijuana Primer
  • Special Health Care Needs
  • Trauma Informed Care Skills

Apr
14
6:30 pm18:30

OPS - Pediatric Medical Legal Issues - Dr. Barry Newman

  • Providence St VIncents

This event is rescheduled from 3/10.

 

A joint providership by the Oregon Medical Association, OPS/PAP seminar series proudly announces special guest speaker Dr. Barry Newman, MD, MBA, FAAP. Dr. Newman's discussion will cover the definitions of Medical Malpractice, from who gets sued & for what, to how to avoid getting sued & what to do if you get sued in OR with focus on pediatrics.

Apr
4
7:30 am07:30

OHSU - The Best Way to Predict the Future Is to Invent It!

  • OHSU Marquam Hill Campus - Old Library Auditorium

Presented by Dr. Thomas M Krummel

Since 2008, the John R. Campbell endowed lectureship has had the distinct pleasure of inviting progressive pediatric surgeons to share their expertise and insight with Portland’s medical community.  This year, OHSU’s Division of Pediatric Surgery proudly welcomes Stanford professor Dr. Thomas M. Krummel.

Dr. Krummel will be delivering an engaging presentation entitled, “The Best Way to Predict the Future. . .Is to Invent it!” to OHSU’s faculty and residents.  

Should you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact the Pediatric Surgery Division Manager, Mariah Bowden at 503-494-7115.  Thank you for your consideration.

Dec
10
6:30 pm18:30
CME

Preparing For A Disaster (OPS/PAP Seminar Series)

  • Providence St Vincents

Dr. Carl Eriksson is a pediatric critical care doctor and health systems researcher at Oregon Health & Science University and Doernbecher Children's Hospital. His work focuses on improving the ability of the pediatric healthcare system to provide high-quality care to children during public health emergencies and other times of increased need.

Many pediatricians do not know how best to prepare themselves or their practices to handle a disaster. This talk and following discussion will describe Oregon's vulnerabilities to disasters, focusing on the Cascadia Subduction Zone, explain current efforts to mitigate these vulnerabilities, and what pediatricians can do (both as citizens at risk and as child health experts) to prepare for a disaster or other public health emergency.

This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and Policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint providership of the Oregon Medical Association and the Oregon Pediatric Society. The Oregon Medical Association (OMA) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The Oregon Medical Association designated this Lecture for a maximum of one AMA PRA Category 1.0 Credit™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

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