Virtual Quality Congress Pass – Attend 365 Days a Year!

 

larger_questionmarkWere  you unable to attend the VON Annual Quality Congress 2017 in Chicago?

Are you curious about how other NICUs from around the world drive improvement?

Do you want to build your QI skills and learn more about improvement science?

Are you finding it challenging to keep up with the rapidly changing field of neonatology?

 

VON Virtual Quality Congress Pass provides many of the benefits of attending the live meeting without ever leaving home! You can attend “virtually” as an individual, or purchase a center-level Virtual Quality Congress Pass and share the learning with your entire team.

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  • Sign up for 2017 and get access to the 2016 Virtual Quality Congress as a bonus.
  • Learn from world-class faculty at the virtual plenary sessions and print handouts and slides.
  • Attend all 35+ Breakout Sessions and learn from experts in the field.
  • Learn from 500+ abstracts and posters authored by leading teams from around the world.
  • Earn continuing education credits (CME/CNE/CPE) for all sessions.

2017 Annual Quality Congress Encore Webinar

Review highlights from the Annual Quality Congress with the webinar recording included here.

Subscribe with a Virtual Quality Congress Pass for much more inspiring and educational content. In the meantime, you can also earn continuing education credits (CME/CNE) for viewing the Encore recording (evaluation available here).

Popular Highlights from the 2017 Annual Quality Congress

Translating Evidence Into Practice

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  • Translating the Evidence Into Practice: Antenatal Steroids – A. Jobe
  • Translating the Evidence Into Practice: Cooling- S. Bonifacio
  • Brave New World of Fetal Therapy?  Extra-Uterine Incubation as a Bridge to Viability in Sheep-A. Flake

Genomics and the NICU . . . A Brave New World?

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  • Genomics: Possibilities and Perils – M. Cotten
  • First Steps Towards Precision Medicine in the NICU – S. Kingsmore
  • Unfit for the Future? Lessons on Human Physical, Cognitive, Emotional and Moral Enhancement – J. Savulescu

Edge of Viability

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  • Vermont Oxford Network Data at the “Edges” of Viability – D.Ehret
  • Controversies With Using “Calculators” or “Estimators” – M. Rysavy
  • Strategies for Shared Decision-making – G. Moore
  • Shared Decision-making – Lessons From the Other Side of the Bed – Parent Panel

Survival But Then What? The Social Determinants of Health

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  • Social Determinants of Health and the New World Disorder – P. O’Campo
  • Impacting Disparities in Neonatal and Infant Mortality in Ohio – M. Walsh
  • Neonatal Follow-up . . . Are We Asking the Right Questions? – M. McCormick
  • Neonatal Care Around the World: What Must We Learn From Each Other! – D. Ehret