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    Save the Dates: 2019  Annual Meeting, October 16 - 19, Sheraton Chicago

NASPGHAN Annual Meeting and Postgraduate Course

October 16-19, 2019, Sheraton Grand Chicago

This year's annual meeting will be held in Chicago, IL at the Sheraton Grand Hotel. See the most up to date details for the entire program by clicking here.

Open now:         Registration is now open!
                          Housing is open to take reservations
August 20          Early Bird Deadline for Registration
October 16        Course in Hands-on Innovation and Methods in
                          Endoscopy (CHIME) - held off-site at the IT&T
                          Center in Downers Grove, IL
October 16        Single Topic Symposium: Chronic Liver Disease
                          Management for the Gastroenterologist
October 17        Postgraduate Course
October 17-19   Annual Meetings of NASPGHAN/APGNN/CPNP

See you in Chicago!

 

Mobile Donations Now Available

The NASPGHAN Foundation launched a new and easy way to make donations via your cell phone. Just text 4GIPEDS to 56512. A donation link will come up that will allow you to make your donation both quickly and securely. Help us reach our goal of 100% member participation by making your pledge today!

New Frontiers in Intestinal Failure: The Latest and Greatest
LIVE WEBINAR
WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 2019 - 8:00PM ET

Please join NASPGHAN and the NASPGHAN Foundation for a 60-minute webinar on the latest developments in intestinal failure. CME, MOC Part II and CPE credits will be available. More information.

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Data Can Save Lives: Pediatric GI's on the Front Lines of Reporting

Regulatory action to protect children from consumer products that can cause injury, illness or death requires reporting. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) makes it easy for health care professionals to report an adverse event that relates to a consumer product. The CPSC used ingestion and injury reports to justify its 2014 ban on high-powered magnet sets. With the ban recently overturned, it is critically important that health care professionals continue to report magnet ingestions to the CPSC, as well as the ingestion of other consumer products, such as lithium button batteries, and their associated injuries. File reports at www.SaferProducts.gov.

See recent CBS news story on dangers of kids swallowing magnets

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Nutrition Pearls Presentations

Having a hard time staying up-to-date on the latest and greatest pediatric nutrition information? Stay current with pediatric nutrition topics presented by the expert dietitians from CPNP in less than 120 seconds! Nutrition Pearls are short presentations, prepared by CPNP members as a "hot topic" educational item for NASPGHAN physician members, particularly for those members who have limited access to pediatric nutritional professionals. A new topic will come to you monthly to help you stay up-to-date

 

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Naspghan Foundation

Millions of children are living with digestive and nutritional disorders. The NASPGHAN Foundation was founded to advance the treatment and management of these conditions. 

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