Clinical Care Meeting and Bowel Management Protocol Workshop
June 3-5, 2022
Boston Children’s Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts
The Spina Bifida Clinical Care Meeting is an opportunity for healthcare professionals serving the Spina Bifida community to network, partner, and collaborate. CME’s and CEU’s will be available. Attendees will learn about SBA’s Collaborative Care Network, the latest research, SBA priorities, and care processes of importance to people living with Spina Bifida. The event will consist of plenary sessions that all participants will attend, followed by a series of breakout sessions that attendees can choose from.
The Bowel Management Protocol Workshop, is the launch of the Lifespan Bowel Management Protocol, including didactic and simulation experiences. This workshop will be held on June 3, 2022, from 3-6pm EST at Boston Children’s Hospital, prior to the start of the Clinical Care Meeting. CME Credit hours will be offered.
Cost to attend
- Bowel Management Protocol Workshop – June 3, 2022, 3-6PM EST
- Clinical Care Meeting – June 3-5, 2022
$275 – Health Care Professionals
25% OFF for our Clinic Care Partners
$150 – Chapter Leaders, Parents of children and adults with Spina Bifida
Register more than one person from your organization and receive 10% off any additional registrations.
SBA Friends to Fellows Program – SBA would like to facilitate your interest in learning more about the best practices in caring for people with Spina Bifida. Our upcoming 2022 Spina Bifida Clinical Care Meeting is the premiere opportunity to network and collaborate with healthcare professionals from across the country, sharing both new ideas and best practices. Presentations will feature a variety of topics surrounding the processes of care important to those living with Spina Bifida, the latest research and more.
To request a discount on registration, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. You will be sent an invitation code via email to register.
We know you are a dedicated professional, committed to the highest levels of care – welcome to the SBA community.
Please note, the discount is available to Fellows who do not require continuing education units.
**All registrants must provide proof of vaccination (two doses) and wear a mask during the event.
I’m excited for Spina Bifida health care professionals, leaders from Spina Bifida chapters, adults and parents of children with Spina Bifida and scientists from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the health care community, to come together with the Spina Bifida Association to network and to learn about processes of care that are important to the care of people living with Spina Bifida. The attendees at this meeting represent those who compose the Spina Bifida Collaborative Care Network, a network working together to improve the care and outcomes of people with Spina Bifida. ”