Stephen C. Eppes, M.D. (Learn More)
Christiana Care Health System Director of Pediatric Infectious Disease Vice Chair, Pediatrics Associate Infection Prevention Officer Professor of Pediatrics at Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University 04/25/22
Thomas W. Tryon, MD, MBA, FAAP, FCUCM (Learn More)
Dr. Tom Tryon is a general pediatrician with broad-based experience in adult and pediatric ER and Urgent Care as well as primary care pediatrics and pediatric urgent care. Following residency at Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, Dr. Tryon practiced for four years as a solo practitioner and sole pediatrician in a rural community, as well as a half-time solo ER physician in a Level III Trauma Center ED. He then moved his pediatric practice to an urban solo practice for six years, where he also worked half-time as an adult minor ER and Urgent Care physician. He is a Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Missouri – Kansas City School of Medicine. Dr. Tryon has served in multiple leadership roles with three different hospitals including Chief of OB/Peds, Chief of Pediatrics, Chief of Medicine for a 370- bed adult and pediatric health system, and Associate Division Director of Urgent Care for his current children’s hospital. Recently, he served as Pediatric Section Chair for the Urgent Care Association as well as a Director on the Board of Directors and as Secretary of the Board of Directors. He is a Fellow in the American Academy of Pediatrics and a Fellow in the College of Urgent Care Medicine.
Joshua Belfer MD (Learn More)
Chief Resident of the Pediatric Residency Program, Cohen Children’s Medical Center Joshua A. Belfer, MD, currently serves as a chief resident of the pediatric residency program at Cohen Children’s Medical Center in New Hyde Park, NY. Belfer received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania and his medical degree from Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.
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We get it. Some people are ready to travel and some people are not. The choice should be yours. At CME Seminars, all of our seminars are both live events and streamed as a webinar. You have your choice to attend using either option. We offer that same choice to our speakers. If a speaker attends remotely, the session will still be live and in real time. When you sign up for a seminar, you can choose the other option if you change your mind and receive a no hassle refund or upcharge for the difference in ticket price.
Our conference sessions are held 1/2 days from 8:00 am to 12:20 pm to allow you time to Learn.Relax.Recharge.
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|1-2||9:05am-10:05am||Eppes||10||Influenza: What’s New and What You Can Do.|
|1-3||10:15am-11:15am||Belfer,J||320||The Septic Appearing Infant|
|1-4||11:20am-12:20pm||Belfer,J||321||Upper Airway Emergencies|
|5/14/2024||2-1||8:00am-9:00am||Belfer,J||322||COVID in Pediatrics|
|2-2||9:05am-10:05am||Belfer,J||323||The Child with a Limp|
|2-3||10:15am-11:15am||Eppes||11||Pediatric Immunization Update and Challenges of Vaccine Refusal.|
|2-4||11:20am-12:20pm||Eppes||12||Virus X: Ubiquitous, Uncanny, Understandable.|
|5/15/2024||3-1||8:00am-9:00am||Eppes||100||Acute Otitis Media|
|3-3||10:15am-11:15am||Belfer,J||324||The Febrile Infant|
|4-2||9:05am-10:05am||Eppes||103||Pathogens in the News|
|4-3||10:15am-11:15am||Tryon||359||Interesting Cases in a Pediatric Urgent Care: Hoofbeats and Horses|
|4-4||11:20am-12:20pm||Tryon||360||Chest Pain in Children and Adolescents: Pearls and Pitfalls|
|5/17/2024||5-1||8:00am-9:00am||Tryon||363||Pediatric Dermatology: Beyond the Basics|
|5-2||9:05am-10:05am||Tryon||375||Infections in Babies and Children – Are Moms and Grandmas at Risk?|
|5-4||11:20am-12:20pm||Eppes||105||Fever and Rash|
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