Department of Pediatrics

Conferences and Lectures

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The Baylor College of Medicine Section of Neonatology offers many educational opportunities to faculty and staff, as well as to the medical community and public at large.

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Newborn Center Conference

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The conference includes updates on topics related to the clinical management of the neonate.

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Perinatal Nursing Symposium

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Educates nurses in current concepts and issues related to perinatal care. See information about the Perinatal Nursing Symposium.

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Neonatal Nutrition Conference

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A three-day series of lectures and workshops on neonatal nutrition management for dietitians, pediatricians, neonatologists, neonatal nurse practitioners, neonatal nurses, and others. See information about the Neonatal Nutrition Conference.

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Arnold J. Rudolph Memorial Grand Rounds

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Presented annually in memory of our late Section Chief, Dr. Arnold J. Rudolph, an internationally renowned expert in neonatology. View the Grand Rounds schedule and information.

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Reba Michels Hill Lectureship

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Presented every year in memory of the late Dr. Reba Michels Hill, one of the first neonatologists in Houston. See information about the Reba Michels Hill Lectureship.

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Baylor's Avoiding Lung Injury (BALI) Conference

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A one-day symposium on strategies for minimizing lung injury and improving respiratory outcomes in the NICU will take place Oct. 19, 2018! A great panel of local speakers will address a variety of hot topics spanning care from the delivery room to the NICU and from the bench to bedside! See information about the BALI Conference.

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Evidence-Based Medicine Workshop

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Evidence-based medicine skills in evaluating evidence has been recommended as a core competency by the ACGME both in pediatric and non-pediatric specialties. This day-long workshop refreshs the concepts of EBM that you have already learned and it will introduce you new tools that will enable you to practice evidence-based medicine in your field.