2nd OPS-PAP Dinner Lecture Series - Tamara Grigsby, MD from OHSU
"Safe Sleep - It's Not Just About SIDS Anymore!"
Thursday, May 14, 2015
6-8:30 pm - Wine & beer with dinner included in price. Open to members and non-members of OPS. $22 for members (member discount) and $30 for general admission.
Register here: http://conta.cc/1dyx3GB
Please join us for a specific discussion on fostering safe sleep habits with Dr. Tamara Grigsby from OHSU. Great opportunity to meet other Pediatric Professionals in the area, share a drink, meal and earn CME credit through the OMA.
OHSU Pediatric Grand Rounds - Paul Offit, MD
Bilderback Lecture - The Philadelphia Measles Epidemic of 1991:
Lessons from the Past or Prologue to the Future
Thursday, May 21, 2015
Join in person at Doernbecher Children's Hospital Miller Audiorium or online for this special guest.
OHSU Pediatric Grand Rounds - Miller Lecture
Thursday, May 28. 2015
Keith Cheng, MD Presenting
More information at OHSU.
Watch live during and streaming after presentation here.
SAVE THE DATE
3rd OPS-PAP Dinner Lecture Series - Robert Sege, MD, PhD
"Adverse Child Experience & Hope" (ACES and HOPE)
Thursday, June 11, 2015
6-9pm, Dinner is included in price with OPS member discount. Open to members and non-members of OPS. Registration and further information to follow.
Join us for the 3rd in the dinner lecture series to hear the Director of Boston Medical Center Child Protection Team. Event will be held at Providence St. Vincent's Medical Office Building, 9155 SW Barnes Road, East Pavilion, Souther Auditorium, Portland.
6th Annual Latino Health Equity Conference
Thursday, June 18, 2015
Portland State University
Smith Memorial Student Union - Third Floor
1825 SW Broadway
Portland, Oregon 97201
Violence, Abuse and Toxic Stress in Pediatrics
Sponsored by the American Academy of Pediatrics, the AAP Section on CHild Abuse and Neglect, the AAP Section on Adolescent Health, and the AAP Council on Foster Cae, Adoption and Kinship Care
San Francisco, CA
July 30-August 2 - Hyatt Regency San Francisco
Many children and youth are exposed to trauma and adverse experiences that, if left unaddressed, can lead to toxic stress and affect lifelong health, wellness and development.
This course will help health care providers to identify children who have experienced adversity and toxic stress and to understand trauma, its presentation and risk factors. “Trauma-informed” perspectives, treatments, resiliency and self-care will also be discussed.
This three and one-half day course includes the recent science, evidence base and treatments of adversity and toxic stress and is provided by experts in the field. Interactive case-based sessions allow for discussion on some of the most challenging issues. There is ample opportunity for networking.
Learn more and register online at www.aap.org/livecme.
2015 Current Topics in Pediatric Conference
Randall Children's Hospital, Legacy Emanuel
Friday, November 6, 2015
8am - 4:30pm
Multnomah Athletic Club
1849 SW Salmon Street
Portland, OR 97205