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Workshop on Perinatal Practice Strategies: 2013

leading the way to the future

April 5-7, 2013

Workshop 2013

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II: Pre-Workshop Information and Material

III: Workshop


Sponsored by the AAP Section on Perinatal Pediatrics
and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)

Registration is now open for the Workshop on Perinatal Practice Strategies, April 5-7, 2013, in beautiful, sunny and warm Scottsdale, Arizona.

expanded emphasis on leadership

Everyone, Everywhere, All the Time

Leadership is not a title or position.

It is a constellation of behaviors that can, and must, be learned and mastered by all members of the neonatal team to optimize care for neonates and their families.

Members of the neonatal team can lead more effectively in their local hospitals, in state and national bodies such as the AAP Section on Perinatal Pediatrics and the AAP, and in their local communities. These skills are not typically a point of emphasis during training or at medical conferences.

A major goal of this workship will be to provide a variety of opportunities for attendees to enhance their leadership skills, thereby assuring that we continue a strong tradition of leadership in our profession.


L. Joseph Butterfield Lecture

How to Save One Million Perinatal Lives Per Year: Helping Babies Breathe and Essential Newborn Care Training Programs by Waldemar A. Carlo, MD, FAAP

Three Tracks: Early Career, Clinical and Management

Concurrent sessions have been organized into tracks to better assist attendees who are interested in specific areas make session selections.

Optional Half-Day Seminars

Leading the Way to the Future: A Short Course in Producing Everyday Miracles leadership seminar led by Kenneth M. Slaw, PhD and Developing a QI Project seminar led by John V. Hartline, MD and Janet H. Muri, MBA.

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