9th Annual Pediatric Review and Update with Pediatric Mental Health special session
Thursday, April 3rd through Saturday, April 5th
Co-sponsored by OHSU and the Oregon Pediatric Society
Governor Hotel, Portland, OR
This course is designed for pediatricians, family physicians, and allied health professionals. It will focus on practical approaches to problems commonly seen in the office, as well as effective methods for improving the pediatric office visit. The course will allow maximum interaction between participants and faculty through question and answer sessions and small group interactive sessions and the use of audience response technology. A course syllabus including outlines of presentations will be available to all preregistered attendees.
The Saturday special session is designed for inclusive and interdisciplinary involvement of participants who care for pediatric and adolescent patients. Primary and specialty care providers including pediatric and family medicine, psychiatrists, psychologists and clinical teams will discuss many practical and common mental health concerns that teams face in practice.
For more information visit OHSU CME calendar
Online registration available with discount for members. If you are a member and have not received member code within a recent email newsletter please contact our office.
Special thanks to Northwest Health Foundation for their generous sponsorshop of the OPS saturday Pediatric Mental Health session.
CCOs: Connecting the Dots
Oregon Medical Association Annual Meeting
April 25th and 26th
The Nines, Portland
More information availabe at OMA Website
Learn about models for success, team development and the role of Patient-Centered Primary Care Homes in a CCO. Hear from experts in the CCO world about implementation, care transformation and much more–and earn CME credit!
Annual Spring Conference
National Association of Pediatric Nurse Pratitioners
Oregon Chapter Annual Spring Conference
7:30am - 4:30pm
Doernbecher Children's Hospital
Vey Conference Center
707 SW Campus Drive Portland, OR 97239
Topics include: adolescent suicide prevention, food allergies, pediatric seizures, use of art in pediatric practice, immunizaiton update, and concussions
Early registraion by April 1st
Collaborating to Serve Children & Youth with Special Health Needs and their Families
Sponsored by Oregon Center for Children and Youth with Special Health Needs (OCCYSHN)
Friday, May 2 and Saturday, May 3
Online registration available after February 19th
Friday’s keynote and breakout sessions will addressstrategies for enhancing community-based services for Oregon’s children with special health needs. Topics include nutrition, genetics, transition, care coordination, working with families as partners, and a special focus on assessing and addressing behavior in young children and youth. Saturday is dedicated to topics on autism, including Sleep, GI Problems, Dysmorphology, Challenging Behaviors, and The Nuts and Bolts of the Medical Home for Children with ASDs and other Developmental Disabilities.