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Nemours is pleased to offer the opportunity to hold satellite symposia during Hot Topics in Neonatology®.
This annual meeting will be held December 10-13, 2017 at the Marriott Marquis in Washington, D.C.
There are a maximum of five symposia slots available, including a day-long pre-conference slot on Sunday, December 10. Although Nemours does not guarantee the number in attendance at each symposium, programs in past years often met or exceeded their attendance goals.
Nemours requires that all satellite symposia be educational in nature, and presented in an objective, scientifically rigorous and balanced manner. The symposium cannot promote a specific drug product, or any devices. In addition, the proposed objectives should meet the needs of the neonatal and perinatal clinicians who are our attendees.
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Neonatal Resuscitation at Hot Topics in Neonatology®
Tuesday, December 12, 2017
6 p.m. Reception
6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Conference
Please join us for this symposium focused on the latest updates in delivery room resuscitation. Speakers will discuss the impact surrounding recent changes to neonatal resuscitation guidelines and highlight emerging developments in delivery room resuscitation.
* Intubation and Tracheal Suction for Meconium Stained Amniotic Fluid
* Video Recording Delivery Room Resuscitation for Quality Improvement and Research
* ECG Monitoring in the Delivery Room
* In the Pipeline: Ongoing Trials in Delivery Room Resuscitation
There is a $50 registration fee for this event.
Achieving Optimal Growth for VLBW Infants While Improving Outcomes
with an Exclusive Human-Milk Based Diet
FREE CME Accredited Live Satellite Lunch Symposium at Hot Topics in Neonatology®
Monday, December 11, 2017
12:45 -1:45 pm
University of DC/Catholic University Room
Marriott Marquis, Washington DC
Please join us for this live satellite symposium at Hot Topics in Neonatology® featuring Dr. Amy B. Hair, Program Director of Neonatal Nutrition at Texas Children’s Hospital. Dr. Hair will discuss recent research on the positive impact that an exclusive human milk based diet can have on VLBW infants. This will be an interactive symposium and will feature a question and answer session. Lunch will be provided and registration is required.
* Recent advances and Innovations in the Use of Human Milk and an Exclusive Human Milk-Based Diet
* Strategies to Achieve Optimal Growth for VLBW Infants
* Future Directions and Research