2019 Pediatric Hospital Medicine Conference

The Pediatric Hospital Medicine 2019 Conference (PHM 2019) is the premier educational and networking conference for pediatric hospitalists and other professionals specializing in the care of hospitalized children. The largest meeting of its kind for pediatric hospitalists, the conference is co-sponsored by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), the AAP Section on Hospital Medicine (SOHM), the Academic Pediatric Association (APA), and the Society of Hospital Medicine (SHM).

 

Goal of PHM 2019

Pediatric Hospitalists provide leadership in the care of pediatric patients throughout the hospital. This includes significant roles in clinical medicine and medical education as well as roles in quality, research, hospital leadership, business practice and innovation. The goal of PHM 2019 is to increase and enhance participants knowledge and competence in the areas of innovation, clinical medicine, education, health services, practice management, quality improvement, and research. Innovation in all of its forms is the emphasis of PHM 2019 and the knowledge participants acquire will help individual hospitalists improve their practice and will also promote the necessary skills required to continue moving the field of pediatric hospital medicine forward.

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PHM 2019 Pre-Course Educational Opportunities:

 

Society for Pediatric Sedation (SPS) Sedation Provider Course®

 

The Society for Pediatric Sedation (SPS) Sedation Provider Course is designed for healthcare providers (physicians, nurses and advanced practice nurses). This one-day course has been designed to meet the needs of a spectrum of novice and experienced sedation providers seeking both cognitive (didactic) and psychomotor (simulation) based education and training. The course focuses on patient selection and risk assessment (safety), general approach to procedural sedation, sedation monitoring, sedative drug pharmacology and the recognition and management of the more common sedation related adverse events. This evidence-based course simulates the high risk, low frequency serious adverse events that may lead to cardiac arrest and death if not appropriately managed. To afford each participant maximum hands-on time, the course is limited to 24 participants or less.

 

The SPS Sedation Provider Course® will take place prior to the start of PHM 2019 and will be held at the University of Washington School of Nursing Simulation Center in Seattle, WA.

 

For detailed information, please visit https://www.pedsedation.org/conferences/sedation-provider-course/

 

  

Develop Your Career in Hospital Medicine

 

Please click here for information and to register

 

https://www.academicpeds.org/secure/PHMsession/index.cfm?page=indexinc

 

 

Newborn Medicine Pre-Course: Neonatal Simulation and Procedural Skills

 

Thursday, July 25, 2019

7:00am–12:30pm

Cost: FREE

 

Sponsored by the AAP Section on Hospital Medicine (SOHM) Neonatal Subcommittee

Supported by Mead Johnson Nutrition

 

Register Here: https://form.jotform.com/Subspecialty/SOHMNewbornCourse

 

Newborn care and delivery room management are part of the Pediatric Hospitalist Medicine Core Competencies. Increasingly, the role of delivery attendance and newborn resuscitation is being allocated to pediatric hospitalists instead of neonatologists. In this Newborn Medicine Pre-course, participants will practice procedural skills including airway management, lead a simulated resuscitation, and review “Golden Hour” practices for managing the delivery of a preemie, among other “hot topics” and skills in newborn care.

 

Quality Improvement Pre-Course:  Practical QI in the Community Setting

 

Thursday, July 25, 2019

7:00 am-12:30 pm

Cost: FREE

 

Sponsored by the AAP Section on Hospital Medicine (SOHM) Community Hospitalists Subcommittee and the Value in Inpatient Pediatrics (VIP) Network

 

Register Here:  https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/FYMDY3C  

 

This pre-course is designed for hospitalists to learn the skills and knowledge necessary for developing and running effective quality improvement projects in the community hospital setting. Topics covered in this pre-course include: Common Challenges (and how to address them), Demonstrating Return on Investment, QI models, Benchmarking and Dashboards, and Adaptive Leadership among others.

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Disclosure of Financial Relationships and Resolution of Conflicts of Interest

Click here to read our Disclosure of Financial Relationships and Resolution of Conflicts of Interest statement.

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Social Media Policy

Click here to view the 2019 PHM Social Media Policy.

 

 

 

 

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