34th Annual Spring Conference on Pediatrics is organized by Symposia Medicus and will be held from Apr 19 - 22, 2023 at Atlantis Bahamas, Paradise Island, New Providence, Bahamas.
Our knowledgeable faculty will present the latest advances in research-based pediatrics, discuss the latest clinical research, and teach techniques and strategies for their integration into your practice. This training activity is designed to improve the knowledge and performance of all participants and enhance your ability to work as part of a unified healthcare team.
The topics for this year's conference were selected according to the needs of education that are the basis for identified gaps in professional practice. The gaps were identified from diverse sources like results and evaluations from previous participants, input from experts in clinical practice, Symposia Medicus' online survey, and other medical and nursing information such as current guidelines for clinical practice studies well as literature reviews and the safety of patients.
A stellar faculty has been gathered at this conference. Every faculty member has been picked by their specialization and capability to communicate relevant, evidence-based, and practical information to attendees.
The conference program includes didactic lectures, with a session with questions and answers along with case studies, as well as small-group breakout sessions. After a series of lectures, questions and answers sessions will allow participants to ask the faculty important and difficult questions about the care for patients in different pediatric circumstances.
As a result of participating in this conference, you should have increased knowledge and enhanced competence to…
• Explain how insulin resistance varies from insulin hypersecretion in the treatment of obesity
• Differentiate between behavioral symptoms that are developmentally appropriate and those that are clinical
• Apply these skills you have learned about the risk risk factors of abuse and neglect to a medical workup and differential diagnosis
• Formulate a differential diagnosis for chest pain in children
• Review the basics of physical examination of the adolescent spine