Infant Mental Health Add-on Presentations 2017
Sign up to access this informative add-on package that provides focused presentations from experts in the field of infant mental health. Mental health isn't just for adults! Infant mental health refers to the emotional, social and cognitive well being of infants and young children. Infants are conscious beings and what happens to them in infancy and even in utero can have a lasting impact over their lifetime. Learn about the growing body of research that explains how health care providers can encourage positive mental development starting in infancy."
Offered as a separate product from our main conference, Infant Mental Health 2017 is currently available as an add-on feature only to those who register for the GOLD Midwifery Online Conference. *There are no live presentations with this series of lectures, all of the lectures have been pre-recorded.
*Only those registering for the main conference, or have registered for the main conference will have the ability to purchase this lecture pack. You will have the opportunity to purchase this add-on at the time of conference registration, or anytime afterwards (during the time of the conference).
The Infant Mental Health 2017 Lecture Pack will offer 5 hours of education. 5 CME, 5 CNE, 5 ACNM, 5 CERP's (1 L, 4 R) & 0.5 MEAC Midwifery CEU's (Equivalent to 5 NARM CEUs) Approved.
Infant Mental Health Purchase Details
Registration:- Opens December 1st, 2016. Registration for the main GOLD Midwifery Conference 2017 is required to be able to select this add-on.
Presentations Available Online: February 6th, 2017 & will be available to view until March 31st, 2017 (April 15th for Annual Members)
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Infant Mental Health Purchase Details
- Group Registration:
- Pricing above is per person. Group rates for the Infant Mental Health 2017 Pack will be offered to members at the time of Main Conference Registration Only. As long as you have a group of 5+ members when you register for the GOLD Midwifery Conference, your members will have the option to purchase the add-on. Not all group members are required to purchase the add-on to qualify for group discount pricing. Groups members may choose to purchase the Add-on after their conference registration however they will be charged the individual rate at that time.
Registering for Infant Mental Health 2017 is easy! You will be prompted to select this add-on package when registering for GOLD Midwifery, selecting 'yes' if you wish to avail yourself of this special education. Log in details to access the Add-on will be the same as when accessing the conference. As a special bonus to Delegates that purchase an add-on package, they will be able to view these presentations starting on the same day as the Keynote Presentation.
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