Don’t miss the SSEP Associate Training Perinatal Diabetes Meeting that will be taking place at NYU Langone Medical Center. This important conference will be held in honor and memory of Dr. Lois Jovanovic (1947-2018), “the godmother to modern-day diabetes care, especially in pregnancy.” A ‘go to’ meeting for anyone interested in the latest on diabetes in pregnancy, from students through to faculty level. Spend quality time with Dr. Donald Coustan and other top educators and innovators in the field. And enjoy a great weekend with your colleagues in NYC.
NYU Langone Medical Center
Alumni Hall B Conference Room
530 1st Avenue (Between 30th and 33rd)
New York City, NY 10016
This conference is designed to provide a comprehensive update and review of current practice standards and contemporary topics related to diabetes and reproductive health. This is especially challenging today, as a national consensus on the approach to both diagnosis of diabetes in pregnancy, and optimal treatment regimens does not exist. The program will utilize a creative and practical application of evidence-based management strategies with the recognition of alternative approaches.
The demographic of the attendees will be broad and extend to all specialty areas of the diabetes and reproductive health. Attracting over 100 attendees, SSEP conferences are recognized by diabetes and pregnancy leaders nationwide. We appreciate the candor and care in which sponsors, speakers, presenters, exhibitors and attendees participate in the Q/A discussions to exchange ideas and lessons learned. Our hope is that everyone will be heading back to their workplace and community with a renewed sense of energy, direction and inspiration.
Nurses: Up to 14.5 CE Hrs Nursing BRN: 7.25 Hrs Day 1/7.5 Day 2. Co-sponsors: Professional Education Center (Provider #9890) and SSEP, a non-profit organization (Provider #13813). Both are accredited providers by the California Board of Registered Nursing. Physicians: Category II CME can be self submitted for 15 Hours RD/DTR: Activity approval has been applied for from The Commission on Dietetic Registration.
Here is an opportunity to learn from the best
MODERATORS Joann Henry, RNC, MSHS: SSEP CFO; Co-Chair Planning Committee | Jessica Lynn, CNM, MSN, CDE: Co-chair Planning Committee; Conference Co-Director | Christine Proudfit, MD: Conference Moderator | Julie Daley, RN, MS, CDE: Planning Committee member, Conference Co-Director and Moderator | Cindy Parke, RNC, CNM, MSN: SSEP President, PEC Director; Co Chair Planning Committee; Conference Organizer | Geetha Rao, MS, RD, CDE, CPT, CLE, CDTC: SSEP Representative, Stretch Break Leader | Kimberly Maurer, LPN, BASc., PCM, CPI: PEC Assistant Director; Conference Organizer; Stretch Break Leader
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