Stumbling Blocks to Pediatric Wellness

Friday, October 4, 2013 at 7am-4pm
Aqua Turf Club, 556 Mulberry Street, Plantsville, CT

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Childhood isn't always carefree. Kids often face big issues that can alter the course of childhood and their overall wellness. Join us to discuss current issues facing pediatric wellness and strategies to help kids reach their maximum potential. Jason Kotecki, champion of childhood, speaker, author and artist will give the keynote presentation, Living and Working with Less Stress and More Fun.

Topics

  • Childhood Diabetes
  • Mental Health: Identifying At-Risk Youth
  • The Growing Resistance to Antibiotics
  • Non-Accidental Traumas
  • Skin & Rashes 

Keynote Speaker: Jason Kotecki, champion of childhood, speaker, author and artist will give the keynote presentation, Living and Working with Less Stress and More Fun.

Target audience: This event is for pediatric caregivers including registered nurses, physicians, social workers, counselors and psychologists.

Schedule
7-7:45am  Registration, Continental Breakfast and Sponsor Visits
7:45-11:45am  Lecture
11:45am-12:45pm  Buffet Lunch and Sponsor Visits
12:45-4pm  Lecture

Agenda: Check out the agenda for speaker information.

Registration: The general public and Connecticut Children's employees may register online or complete this form and mail it to Connecticut Children's with your payment. To register by phone, call 860.837.5480 (press 7).

$99    Early Registration (by September 6)
$80    Early Registration - Connecticut Children's Employee
$115  Registration (after September 6)
$90    Registration - Connecticut Children's Employee

Refunds less a $20 administrative fee will be provided upon request up to three days prior to the event. Participant substitutions may be made at any time.

Sponsorships: Thank you to our many sponsors for supporting the 2013 Stumbling Blocks to Pediatric Wellness conference. For sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities, complete this form or contact us for more information.

Accreditation: The application has been submitted to Connecticut Children's Medical Center for approval of continuing nursing education credit (contact hours).

Connecticut Children's Medical Center is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.

For more information, send an email or call 860.837.5480 (press 7).