2017 Conference

We are excited to announce New York City as the site for our 2017 conference.  We are thrilled to collaborate with Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital of New York-Presbyterian Columbia University Medical Center. 

View Program Agenda

REGISTER HERE!

 

Conference Location and Transportation Details:

 

Friday, October 13, 2017

 

Poster Session and Welcome Reception

Time: 6-8PM*

Location: Marriott Courtyard Central Park

1717 Broadway, New York, NY 10019

*Poster Presenters will receive instructions for arrival time/setup/takedown via email

 

Hotel Accommodations: Marriott Courtyard Central Park

***Group Room Rate Available Until September 4, 2017***

 

Transportation: Use of public transportation is highly encouraged if you are planning to attend Friday's poster session and are not staying at the hotel as a guest.

 

Saturday, October 14, 2017


33rd Annual Conference!
Time: 7AM-5PM
Location: Heart Center Conference Center
173 Fort Washington Ave, New York, NY 10032

The hospital is accessible via public transportation, use the address provided above for the conference center.  Parking is also available on-site: details to follow.

Transportation via shuttles or ride-pools will be provided from the hotel to the hospital for Saturday's full day conference.  Return transportation to the hotel following the conference will also be available.  Details will be available in October.

 

 

 

2016 Conference Highlights

Thank you to all who attended and made our 2016 conference a great success!Thanks to our friends and colleagues at Boston Children's Hospital for hosting!

Selected presentations are available below for your review.  Many thanks to our amazing speakers who graciously shared their knowledge and expertise.

Using Simulation to Aid Design of a New Heart Center

Anticoagulation after Radiofrequency Transcatheter Ablations

CRRT on ECMO in the Pediatric Population

Glenn Shunts Revisited: What is a Super Glenn?

Impacting Legislation and Policy: Nurses as Change Agents

The Importance of Benchmarking and Knowledge Sharing

Thoracostomy Tube Removal: Procedural Pain Practice Guideline Implementation

Updated Changes to the UNOS Pediatric Heart Transplant

 

 

Please contact us with any questions regarding our past and future conferences. Planning is underway for 2017.  We look forward to seeing you in NY!

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Lauren Landry, RN