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THANK YOU! SPUC 2019

SPUC 2019

Thank you all who contributed to the SPUC 2019 conference at Cook Children’s Medical Center in Fort Worth, Texas, Sept 26 - 29.  Your participation and presence made this conference a great success. A special thanks to the 2019 Program Planning Committee and faculty and staff at Cook Children’s Medical Center, our wonderful 2019 conference host.

Attendees had a chance to meet with our valuable exhibitors who share our commitment to pediatric urgent care. SPUC 2019 Exhibitors included:

There were dynamic speakers throughout the three-day conferences and half day Leadership Summit. In depth topics covered included telemedicine, technology, communicating with payers, managing difficult families and patients as well as emerging infections, bronchiolitis and asthma, toxicology and the latest on the OUCH study.

We hope no one missed the four SPUC 2019 Keynote speakers who did an outstanding job sharing their expertise and kicking off each day.

SPUC 2019

Conference Workshops   
Feedback was excellent from participants who attended the numerous conference workshops and small group breakout sessions.  Leaders were a diverse and dynamic group who offered insight and hands-on practical tools and best practice methods in the pediatric urgent care setting.

SPUC 2019

Help us plan for 2020!
Plans are underway for the 2020 conference.  Abstract submissions are typically accepted in the late Spring/early Summer.  Please check the website for updates.  https://www.urgentcarepeds.org/
If you have a speaker, topic or workshop suggestion, please let us know!  Complete this Topic Proposal form, save and email the form to:  spuc@urgentcarepeds.org

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SPUC Fifth Annual Conference

September 26-29, 2019
Cook Children's Medical Center
Fort Worth, Texas

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