Welcome to the 2018 National Conference & Exhibition! Join us in Orlando, FL November 2-6 where the Sky’s the Limit for remarkable education and endless opportunities to share your passion for the health of all children.
The National Conference & Exhibition is the premier venue for pediatric health care professionals to come together and share their passion for the health of all children. The meeting draws more than 15,000 attendees and offers over 350 sessions in 70 topic areas from interactive, hands-on workshops to high-level plenary sessions.
The 2018 National Conference will feature plenary sessions on front-line topics such as innovations in technology, risks of anesthesia, drug-endangered children, sex trafficking, and caring for transgender youth. Don’t miss the 2018 Pediatrics for the 21st Century Program, “Leveraging New Technologies to Transform Child Health,” which will address how technologies are rapidly changing healthcare, with an emphasis on opportunities for pediatrics.
If you haven’t been to Orlando lately, you’re in for some big surprises. While you may know it as the Theme Park Capital of the World, Orlando also has grown into a thriving metropolitan city in its own right. It recently was named one of the “Most Dynamic Cities in America” by Worth magazine and “Best Foodie City” by WalletHub. Exciting developments across the city include tantalizing new restaurants, exhilarating entertainment options, and thrilling expansions at world-class theme parks for you and your family to discover. There’s no better time to visit Orlando!
Whether you’re searching for waterfront dining, a celebrity chef experience, a unique waterway tour in a retro Amphicar, live music, or networking atop a 400-foot observation wheel, there’s no shortage of adventures just minutes from the Convention Center.
After the conference adjourns, a world of fun awaits you…See here for additional details.
All events on the exhibit floor are complimentary to conference registrants and families. Meet with more than 360 companies, including those specializing in pharmaceuticals, health care, infant nutrition, publications, computer technology, and recruiting to learn about their commercially available pediatric medical products and services. Activities in the exhibit hall are not designated for CME credit.