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Pediatric Hand Injuries

Upcoming Lecture


Patricia A. Drace, M.D.
Dr. Patricia Drace is a board certified orthopedic hand surgeon at the Phoenix Children's Hospital, specializing in pediatric hand surgeries. She completed her hand surgery fellowship at University of VA and her medical education at Medical College of WI.
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Time February 4, 2021; 6:30-7:30AM
Location Join the Webinar: https://PhoenixChildrensHospital.zoom.us/j/99916620332?pwd=OXY1WXhONnlCblRsMHNEUzhFaWJBZz09; Meeting ID: 999 1662 0332; Passcode: 219131; One tap mobile +13462487799,,99916620332#,,,,*219131#
Objectives
  1. Determine the nature and implication of upper extremity physeal injuries in children
  2. Identify common finger deformities/injuries in pediatric patients and when to refer
  3. Discuss treatment options available for common pediatric sports-related injuries
Target Audience
  • Athletic Trainers, PTs, OTs, Physicians, PAs, NPs, RNs
*CME 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
*CE 1.0 Category A hours
*CNE 1.0 Contact hours
Fee No Cost - No Registration Required






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