Network with colleagues while learning how to help guide your patients into adulthood at Navigating the Transition Zone: from adolescence through young adulthood,* April 17-18 in Madison. With a focus on emerging trends in adolescent health care, topic areas include adolescent lifestyles, sexual health, complex diseases and mental and behavioral health.
Saturday morning will feature these presentations about present-day adolescent lifestyles:
- Facts, Falsehoods & Fads in Adolescent Nutrition, Kimberly Hornbeck, MD, FAAP
- Obesity & Sedentary Behavior, Srividya Kidambi, MD
- The Many Faces of Eating Disorders, Keisha Adams, MD
- The E-cigarette Epidemic, Louella Amos, MD
Saturday will start with the keynote Childhood Adversity and Lifelong Health: The Science Behind Trauma-informed Care presented by Pamela McGranahan, DNP, RN.**
Developed in partnership with the Medical College of Wisconsin and University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, this conference offers something for the whole health care team! Early bird pricing ends March 6, so register today!
Plan to spend the weekend with colleagues – don’t miss Raising Hope: fostering a healthy tomorrow, the Foundation’s Fundraising Dinner and Silent Auction Friday night or the House of Delegates on Sunday!
*This live activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM.
Approved for 10.75 AAFP Prescribed credits.
** Sponsored by the Wisconsin Medical Society Foundation through the PIC Wisconsin Outcomes Research Project Endowment and the James and Clara M. Joss Memorial Research Trust.
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