Neonatology

head The Emory Regional Perinatal Center is a non-profit, comprehensive perinatal system involving multiple institutions. All activities are directed toward the achievement of two broad goals: 1) Reduction of perinatal morbidity and mortality and 2) Efficient utilization of resources We provide consultation, research and education services for perinatal health care providers in the 39 counties of north Georgia as the state-designated Regional Center. The North Georgia Perinatal Region consists of 52 hospitals with approximately 50,000 deliveries per year.

Emory Regional Perinatal Center &
Emory Division of Neonatology
Invite you to the


28th Annual Conference on

Breastfeeding


Promoting and Protecting Babies’ Health

March 13-14, 2017


breastfeeding
TOPICS INCLUDE:
Milk sharing • Newborn Falls/Drops Reflux • Assessing Breast Pain Maternal Infectious Disease and Breastfeeding Which Breast Pumps for Which Mothers Peer Support • Scope of Practice


Neonatology 2017

April 27- 28, 2017
EMORY CONFERENCE CENTER
1615 CLIFTON ROAD
ATLANTA, GEORGIA

Topics Include:


High frequency & Jet Ventilation · Inhaled Nitric Oxide in the preterm population · Skin care for the preterm infant · Wound care in the neonatal population · A review of newborn dermatology · Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome · The role of Vitamin D in pregnancy & breastfeeding