Ear, Nose and Throat disorders are some of the most common reasons children and adolescents seek medical care. General practitioners and Otolaryngologists who treat children benefit from advanced training and educationin these common and important disorders. The aim of this conference is to provide comprehensive, up-to-date information to those caring for these important patients.

Registration is $100 for Providers, $20 for Audiologists, Nurses, and Speech Pathologists and $10 for Students and Medical Residents. Breakfast and Lunch will be provided. Space is limited. 

Date: Saturday, September 16, 2017

Location: Primary Children's Hospital Auditorium

Time: Breakfast @ 7:30am, Conference from 8:00am-2:00pm

 

 


7:30

REGISTRATION AND BREAKFAST

7:55

J. Fredrik Grimmer, MD

Opening Remarks

8:00

Jeremy Meier, MD

What to do with a Squeaky Baby

8:30

Sarah Cipriano, MD

Hemangiomas: Propranolol Protocol

9:00

J. Fredrik Grimmer, MD

What the Pediatrician Should Know about Neck Masses

9:30

Albert H. Park, MD

Congenital Neonatal Hearing Loss

10:00

BREAK

10:15

Harlan Muntz, MD

Otolaryngology Issues in Down Syndrome

10:45

Marshall Smith, MD

Anxiety in the Larynx: Is there a connection?

11:15

Jordan C. Schramm, MD

Neurocognitive Manifestations of Sleep Apnea

11:45

LUNCH

12:45

Steve Kelly, MD

You Think It’s Sinus but it’s Snot

1:15

Jonathan R. Skirko, MD

Pediatric Management of Cleft Infants

1:45

Amy Walton, SLP

Feeding Cleft Infants

2:00

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