Science & Soul 2019 Early Bird Registration

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Science & Soul 2019 Early Bird Registration

575.00

Early bird registration through July 31, 2018

Standard Registration August 1st - December 31st = $650.00

Late Registration January 1-31st, 2019 = $725.00

Registration fee is nonrefundable

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Beautiful venue and wonderful opportunity to network with other professionals from so many countries
— 2018 Congress Participant
Really well organized with incredible presenters. So much food for thought to try when I get back
— 2018 Congress Participant

The Congress is organized by Caring Essentials Collaborative, LLC and the Quantum Caring Institute.  The Organizing Committee has put together an auspicious program highlighted by prestigious keynote presenters Dr. Heidelise Als of the United States and Dr. Carlo Bellieni of Italy.  In addition, the Congress boasts an international conference faculty of interdisciplinary experts to share their knowledge and evidence-based best practices with congress attendees.

CONGRESS OBJECTIVES

Science & Soul brings together leading scientists, researchers, clinicians and educators to translate advances in our understanding of early life adversity, epigenetics and parental mental health into actionable improvements in the care of critically ill newborns, infants and families.

Science & Soul will have a positive impact on neonatal and pediatric clinical practice with the following objectives:

  • To bring together international experts to catalyze and advance evidence-based practice in trauma-informed, age-appropriate neuroprotective care of the critically ill newborn, infant, and family across all healthcare settings.
  • To create a mastermind group that will explore, brainstorm and create clinically relevant, evidence-based practice improvement strategies that ensure high quality, safe, timely, patient and family centered care.
  • To raise the bar in the performance expectations of transdisciplinary neonatal and pediatric clinicians in meeting the disease-independent, age-appropriate needs of the hospitalized newborn, infant and family.
  • To foster scholarship that will engage and empower frontline clinicians to begin a cultural transformation in their clinical setting that reflects the principles and practices of trauma-informed, age-appropriate neuroprotective care for hospitalized newborn, infant and family.