Classes and Events

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Brookhouser Memorial Lecturebrookhouser-memorial-lectureBrookhouser Memorial Lecturehttps://choose.creighton.edu/register/?id=573bd6a3-3613-4091-a994-9eac4677ff9fstring;#December 3, 2021string;#8:00 AM - 3:00 PMVirtual Conference-BrookhouserThis lecture provides an overview of a multitude of common to rare neurological and neurosurgical conditions and discusses presentations and treatment strategies for them.
Physician Education Series: Pediatric Obesitypediatric-obesityPhysician Education Series: Pediatric Obesityhttps://share.hsforms.com/167qFP019ThecdciHTpSpVQ2ki9ustring;#December 6, 2021string;#12:15 PM - 1:15 PMVirtual ConferenceThis presentation will identify the co-morbidities associated with pediatric obesity and describe the surgical options and the indications for surgery.
Physician Education Series: Pediatric Surgical Emergenciespediatric-surgical-emergenciesPhysician Education Series: Pediatric Surgical Emergencieshttps://share.hsforms.com/1FiOdeu2ISWK1EmNK3Sq_1g2ki9ustring;#January 18, 2022string;#12:15 PM - 1:15 PMVirtual ConferenceThis presentation will discuss the most common pediatric surgical emergencies and the subsequent work up and treatment.
Physician Education Series: Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease in Childrengastroesophageal-reflux-disease-in-childrenPhysician Education Series: Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease in Childrenhttps://share.hsforms.com/1au6w_VHUQ2O1rX011OXkHQ2ki9ustring;#February 15, 2022string;#12:15 PM - 1:15 PMVirtual ConferenceThis presentation will focus on the pathophysiology of gastroesophageal reflux in infants and the differential diagnosis of vomiting, spitting and irritability in babies.
Physician Education Series: Beyond ‘Typical’ Childhood Constipationbeyond-typical-childhood-constipationPhysician Education Series: Beyond ‘Typical’ Childhood Constipationhttps://share.hsforms.com/1eh4n9Vq4QZCzCg9WIUFn5Q2ki9ustring;#March 21, 2022string;#12:15 PM - 1:15 PMVirtual ConferenceThis presentation will identify uncommon causes of constipation and their long-term follow up and will categorize children failing typical management of functional constipation.