Spina Bifida Association Education Day

June 01, 2013, 5:00 am to 1:30 pm

Johns Hopkins Hospital
Chevy Chase Conference Center
1800 Orleans St
Baltimore, MD 21287

About the Event:

You are invited to the upcoming Spina Bifida Association Education Day that will be occurring in Baltimore on Saturday, June 1, 2013.

Kennedy Krieger Institute has partnered with The Spina Bifida Association’s (SBA) National Office to host this event, and we hope that you will consider attending! SBA is sponsoring several regional education days in place of their national conference this year, and this will bring the informative sessions of the national conference to YOU for a fraction of the cost of the national conference!).

The SBA Education Day occurring in our region will provide a unique blend of medical information on Spina Bifida as well as information and support that is unique to our local Baltimore/Washington region.

You'll find below a flyer and a list of speakers and sessions that will be offered. This will be a great opportunity to hear top quality talks, and create a dialogue around the challenges and opportunities presented to individuals with SB today.

Baltimore Education Day

Do not miss this rare opportunity to learn from leading experts on a variety of aspects of this challenging birth defect. A separate track will be offered for adults living with Spina Bifida.

Presented Nationally by: Coloplast, in cooperation with Kennedy Krieger Institute

For More Information:

Registration: Cost is $35 includes lunch, but space is limited so register today! Unfortunately, childcare is not available.

For more information and to register, call 800-621-3141 or www.sbeducationdays.org

Download the event flyer

Download the agenda

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