The Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia offers live continuing medical education (CME) for professionals interested in learning more about specific fetal conditions and surgical interventions.
These programs and dinner lectures are ideal for professionals who wish to meet and interact with CME presenters in person.
The Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment is pleased to offer a multidisciplinary, educational breakfast symposium for our physician colleagues in maternal-fetal medicine, obstetrics, neonatology, pediatric cardiology, pediatric surgery, radiology and pediatrics.
Through a series of didactic lectures and case presentations, this complimentary program will cover maternal and fetal management challenges associated with a congenital anomaly, select anomaly-specific outcomes, and implications for future practice of fetal and neonatal care. In addition, a novel concept for improving neurodevelopmental outcomes in congenital heart disease through fetal intervention will be presented.
Monday, Sept. 22, 2014
6:45 – 10 a.m.
450 North Cityfront Plaza Drive
Chicago, Ill. 60611
6:45 a.m. Registration and Breakfast
7:10 a.m. Welcome
Lori Howell, RN, MS, Executive Director, Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment
7:15 a.m. Development of a Fetal Neuroprotection and Neuroplasticity Program
J. William Gaynor, MD, Director, Fetal Neuroprotection and Neuroplasticity Program
Daniel M. Tabas Endowed Chair in Pediatric Cardiothoracic Surgery
Associate Professor of Surgery
8 a.m. Fetal Repair of Myelomeningocele: Trials and Tribulations
N. Scott Adzick, MD, MMM, Surgeon-in-Chief; Director, Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment
C. Everett Koop Endowed Chair in Pediatric Surgery; Professor of Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology
8:45 a.m. Life After MOMS: Indications and Outcomes for Open Fetal Surgery
Julie S. Moldenhauer, MD, Medical Director, Garbose Family Special Delivery Unit,
Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment; Assistant Professor of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology
9:30 a.m. Panel Discussion with Q&A
10 a.m. Adjourn
RSVP by Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014.
Questions? Contact Mariaelena Galie at email@example.com or 267-275-1185.
The Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment is hosting a three-day multidisciplinary educational conference for maternal-fetal medicine specialists, obstetricians, pediatric surgeons, radiologists, neonatologists, sonographers, advanced practice nurses, registered nurses, genetic counselors and mental health professionals.
When: May 14-16, 2015
Where: The Union League of Philadelphia, 140 South Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102
In 2015 the Center celebrates its 20th anniversary, and this course continues the tradition of state-of-the-art education with an emphasis on outcomes for select birth defects. General session topics will span the spectrum of care from initial prenatal diagnosis and counseling, obstetrical management, and fetal surveillance and intervention, to delivery planning, neonatal care, and postnatal surgical options and approaches, with a focus on short- and long-term outcomes. A unique Patient Care workshop will cover special challenges in care coordination and support that patient coordinators and counselors face when they manage complex pregnancies and neonates with birth defects.
For more information or to request a conference brochure, contact the Continuing Medical Education Department at 215-590-5263.
If you'd like to request a CME dinner in your area, contact us at 1-800-IN-UTERO (1-800-468-8376) or use our online form.
The Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment, in conjunction with our colleagues from the Neonatal Outreach Program, the Fetal Heart Program at the Cardiac Center and the Division of Urology, are pleased to offer a collaborative series of dinner lectures focused on the perinatal care of fetuses with congenital anomalies.
This series, “Optimizing Perinatal Care for Fetuses with Congenital Anomalies,” features joint presentations by CHOP specialists in maternal-fetal medicine, pediatric surgery, pediatric cardiology, pediatric urology and neonatology. All programs are open to our colleagues in maternal-fetal medicine, obstetrics, pediatric cardiology and neonatology. The lectures are CME-approved and offered free of charge, with dinner provided.
We sincerely hope you can join us — look for detailed invitations in the coming weeks! For more information or to RSVP, please email Abe Cooperman, or reach out by phone at 267-426-2506.
Based on the success of our first Collaborative Case Studies dinner with Virtua Health in New Jersey, the Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment is looking for partners to expand this series.
The Center partnered with Virtua in November 2011 to present jointly on perinatal management of complicated twins. Physicians from both CHOP and Virtua provided participants with enhanced practical, evidenced-based management skills for diagnosing and managing complicated twin pregnancies — beginning in utero through delivery and into the nursery.
If you are interested in an educational partnership, please contact us at 1-800-IN-UTERO (1-800-468-8376) or use our online form.
To view available online continuing medical education modules for physicians and nurses, visit online CME.
If you'd like to be notified about new CME opportunities with the Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment at CHOP, please call 1-800-IN-UTERO (1-800-469-8376) or use our convenient online form.
We look forward to hearing from you.