|Event Date/Time: Aug 10, 2009||End Date/Time: Aug 13, 2009|
|Early Registration Date: Jun 29, 2009|
How do you stay current with research and best practices in obstetric and neonatal care?
What is the impact of maternal illness on the outcome of the neonate?
How do you keep up with advances in new technologies for assessing maternal and fetal/neonatal well-being?
How do you provide optimal care to the high-risk mother and her sick newborn when faced with dwindling resources and growing responsibilities?
The solution â€¦
Attend the 13th Perinatal Dilemmas conference and explore these and other challenges that you confront daily in your practice. This conference will update you on the latest diagnostic and therapeutic modalities, define current standards of practice, and address medical-legal concerns associated with caring for the high-risk dyad of mother and fetus/neonate.
Highlights of this conference include:
Interaction with nationally recognized experts, providing opportunities to examine diverse perspectives on perinatal and neonatal care.
Separate obstetric and neonatal Concurrent Sessions, allowing you to discuss concerns and issues unique to your specific area of practice.
Provocative case study sessions to stimulate collaborative discussion.
Access to the Online CE Library where you can listen to sessions you couldnâ€™t attend and reference important session details after the conference.
The Preconference on â€œManaging Your Risk: The Law and Perinatal Careâ€ which will address the medical-legal liabilities you face as you care for the high-risk mother and baby.
The breathtaking setting of Snowmass in the Rocky Mountains, and a conference schedule designed not only for learning, but also for relaxation and exploration with family and friends.