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Corporate logo recognition on PowerPoint slides in the session rooms prior to educational sessions, during breaks, and recognition in conference handouts
Corporate name recognition on PowerPoint slides in the session rooms prior to educational sessions, during breaks, and recognition in conference handouts.
AAP Life Support Program: The Pediatric Emergency Medicine Course
This one day intensive review of pediatric emergency medicine, covering such topics as pediatrics assessment, airway, cardiovascular, trauma, central nervous system, and medical emergencies is presented through case-based lectures, small group case discussions and hands on skill-labs.
CPR Anytime™ Community Program - (Now available in English and Spanish!)
As this is a community event, support must be secured by June 1st.
The AAP would like to broaden the scope of CPR Anytime and offer it as a community program to give back to the city of Boston and promote public and community health. CPR Anytime is an in-home training program designed for infants, children, and adults that teaches lifesavings skills to non-healthcare providers. CPR Anytime teaches the basics of CPR through hands-on skills, using the Mini Baby and Mini Anne CPR Learning Manikins and the CPR Skills Practice DVDs. Each family attending will receive both the Infant and Child/Adult CPR Anytime kits. Family member ages five years or older are encouraged to participate.
CPR Anytime™ Family Program - (Now available in English and Spanish!)
CPR Anytime is an in-home training program designed for infants, children, and adults that teaches lifesavings skills to nonhealthcare providers. CPR Anytime teaches the basics of CPR through hands-on skills, using the Mini Baby and Mini Anne CPR Learning Mannequins and the CPR Skills Practice DVDs. Each family attending will receive both the Infant and Child/Adult CPR Anytime kits. Last year, more than 50 families with children five years or older participated.
Child Care Center
Single Supporter $25,000
As an organization dedicated to the care of children, the AAP places a high priority on the availability of quality childcare at the NCE. This continues to be a valuable benefit to our members and makes it possible to those who otherwise would not be able to attend. Supporters of this activity receive Silver Sponsorship recognition plus the ability to provide gift/coupon/product bags to those who use the child care center.
District Networking Meetings
District breakfast meetings provide an important forum for more than 900 AAP members and Board of Directors to discuss important issues with their district leaders. Supporters are recognized at all 10 breakfast meetings as well as pre-NCE promotional materials. Food and/or beverage product placement is also available.
Handouts and Abstracts on Disk
A single CD-ROM combining all of the educational session handouts as well as more than 600 scientific abstracts will be included in the registration bags for all professional attendees. The sponsor receives educational support recognition plus the company’s logo on the disk packaging, opening page, and the AAP Web site where the information can be accessed.
Helping Babies Breathe
Every year, an estimated 4 million newborns die during their first month of life. Half of these deaths
occur during delivery and within the next 24 hours, and a majority of these deaths are due to lack of breathing. 98% of these deaths are in developing countries. Helping Babies Breathe® (HBB) is an award-winning evidence-based program designed to teach basic life-saving techniques to birth attendants in resource-limited settings. Funding to conduct a train-the-trainer session to establish HBB Mentors who will provide technical assistance to countries that have been identified to be in greatest need. A successful HBB Mentor will be fully trained as an HBB provider and will learn implementation and country-wide scale-up strategies.
Neonatal Resuscitation ProgramTM (NRP)
Current Issues Breakfast $10,000
Breaks (2) $5,000 each or both for $9,000
Audience Response System $8,500
The Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) is a continuing medical education program that is jointly sponsored by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the American Heart Association (AHA). Since the premiere of the course in November 1987, over 3 million individuals in the US and abroad have been trained or retrained in the program. Because of major changes in the way the NRP is taught, it is crucial that instructors attend to learn about the instructor development initiatives taking place.
Mentorship and Pediatric Leadership Forum
Advancing child health and well-being in a complex and rapidly changing world requires not only clinical excellence, but effective leadership. This peer mentoring session profiles successful leadership models, highlights key areas for potential skill development and growth, and provides an opportunity for participants to mentor, and receive mentorship from, successful AAP leaders. (The Pediatric Leadership and Mentoring Forum has evolved from the traditional Women’s Forum.)
Part game show and part trivia contest, Pediatric Bowl is the ultimate mind-bending resident program throw-down that requires top skills in visual diagnosis, creative thinking, and pediatric/general medical knowledge. When teams are stumped, the audience gets to weigh in. This year, three teams of pediatric residents and their respective program directors will face off at the Pediatric Bowl. Competing Louisiana residency program teams feature 2003 Defending Champions, Tulane University, Louisiana State University, and Our Lady of the Lake Children’s Hospital Baton Rouge. Our famous facilitators feature University of Vermont pediatricians Drs. Lewis First, (Editor of Pediatrics), Marshall (Buzz) Land, (chair of the American Board of Pediatrics), and William Gerson.
NCE Educational Sessions Networking Breaks
Individual Break $12,000
All Eight $80,000
Morning and afternoon coffee breaks (located at the convention center and headquarters hotel) are provided to all NCE attendees during their educational sessions. Morning coffee breaks include regular coffee, decaf, and hot tea. Afternoon coffee breaks include regular coffee, decaf, iced tea, or lemonade.