Susan G. Crane Perinatal Education Conference

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Today’s perinatal patient care issues challenge providers to delivery safe, evidence-based family centered care in cost effective environments. During this two-day conference, multi-disciplinary experts will share contemporary strategies to meet the challenge of caring for perinatal patients. Get more details.

Program Objectives:
  • Describe current trends and recent clinical advances which are significant to Perinatal nursing practice
  • Explore societal and professional issues challenging the delivery of Perinatal healthcare today
  • Discuss nursing research relevant to the comprehensive care of the childbearing family
Continuing Education credits will be available for nursing, socaial workers, respiratory therapists, and chaplains. 
 
For additional information, please contact:
Nancy Sheppard at 512-324-0455 or nsheppard@seton.org
 
Request for refunds must be received in writing by September 10, 2012.  

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$75.00Day 1 - Thursday September 27, 2012
$75.00Day 2 - Friday September 28, 2012
$140.00Both Days - September 27 & 28, 2012

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