Annual Children's Neuroscience Symposium


Plan now to attend the 21st Annual Children's Neuroscience Symposium March 13-14, 2017 at the Scottsdale Plaza Resort in Paradise Valley, Arizona!

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The conference will be held on March 13-14, 2017 and in conjunction with the Spring Summit on Ketogenic Diet Therapies for Neurologic Disorders!

Our symposium features nationally prominent faculty and guest speakers presenting topics and case studies that will provide pediatric providers with the latest information and tools to assess complex neurological conditions, manage patient care and tips on how to work collaboratively with the specialist in providing the most comprehensive continuum of care.

The Annual Children’s Neuroscience Symposium is an accredited program designed to enhance the practitioner’s knowledge of common and complex pediatric neurological disorders including presenting signs and symptoms, recommendations for specialist consultation and new treatment advances.

Some of the top doctors in their fields share the latest in pediatric neuroscience. For the past 20 years, the symposium has been held in conjunction with Pediatric Update, which presents topics that highlight the most recent advances and current issues in pediatrics. The Children's Neuroscience Symposium and Pediatric Update are held each year in Phoenix, Arizona.

The Children's Neuroscience Symposium is designed for primary care providers, family practice physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, allied health care providers and any other interested health professionals working in pediatrics.

New this year! Barrow at Phoenix Children's has created a custome mobile application that is available for all your conference needs. You can download the app to your smartphone by going to the iTunes App Store or Google Play and searching "Barrow at Phoenix Children's." You will receive the username and password once you register for the conference. If you have any questions or need assistance do not hesitate to contact us.

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