Next March, some of the top minds in neonatology come together in San Diego to present the latest developments within their field. NEO: The Conference for Neonatology is one of the premier meetings in neonatal-perinatal medicine, and Specialty Review in Neonatology is the premier board review course in neonatal-perinatal medicine. Attendees can earn continuing education credits at both!
NEO: The Conference for Neonatology
NEO takes place March 2-4 and addresses cutting-edge yet practical aspects of neonatal medicine. View the full agenda to see the complete speaker lineup. While the schedule is full of educational sessions conducted by many foremost experts, we’re highlighting a few of the clinicians featured at the conference.
Bharath Srivatsa, M.D.
Dr. Srivatsa is a neonatologist with Neonatology Associates of Atlanta. He will present on The Safe Use of Oxygen in the NICU – From Delivery Room to Discharge.
Eileen Stewart, M.D.
Dr. Stewart, a pediatric and fetal cardiologist with Pediatric and Congenital Cardiology Associates, will present Single Ventricle Management: Early Diagnosis and Follow-up.
Robert Ursprung, M.D.
Dr. Ursprung is a practicing neonatologist in Fort Worth, Texas, and serves as the Mednax director of HRO/Patient Safety. He will speak on Creating a Higher Reliability Organization (HRO) and Maintaining a Culture of Safety.
Specialty Review in Neonatology
Specialty Review is happening March 1-6. During the conference, expert faculty will guide attendees through a comprehensive neonatology review to prepare them for the neonatal-perinatal medicine certification exam. The conference even includes a Jeopardy-style competition, Battle of the Boards, which will spark minds and fun.
Below are just of few of the brilliant clinicians you can expect to learn from at Specialty Review. View the full agenda for more information.
David L. Weisoly, D.O.
Dr. Weisoly, neonatologist with Pediatrix Medical Group in Houston and Specialty Review course director, will conduct several sessions on various topics including fetal and neonatal growth disorders, neonatal pharmacology and the essentials of neonatal nutrition.
Tandy Aye, M.D.
Dr. Aye joins us from Stanford University School of Medicine and specializes in pediatric endocrinology. She will present on topics including neonatal thyroid and pituitary and adrenal gland disorders. She will also review glucose homeostasis and calcium and phosphorus metabolism.
Fernando Moya, M.D.
Currently practicing as a neonatologist at Betty Cameron Women and Children’s Hospital in Wilmington, North Carolina, Dr. Moya has more than 30 years of experience as an academic neonatologist, researcher and educator. He will share his knowledge on neonatal thermoregulation and heat loss and water balance, electrolytes and acid base management.
Reserve your spot today to hear from these fantastic speakers and many others. Early bird pricing is available now through Dec. 31. Register now!