Thursday, May 18, 2017
Torrance Memorial Medical Center, Health Conference Center, Torrance, CA
7:30 AM Registration and Breakfast; 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM Symposium
The Children's Nursing Symposium will update in the areas of gastrointestinal
infections, healthcare needs of foster adolescents transitioning into
adulthood, high Cholesterol in the pediatric population, common surgical
consultations, basic first aide, gang violence and risky behaviors, and
nursing service recovery.
- Identify two causes of high cholesterol in adolescents
- List two ways to assist families at high risk for gang violence
- Describe two assessment techniques in identifying the healthcare needs
of an emancipated minor
- List two physical indicators on nursing assessment that indicate small
- List two treatment modalities of suspected bone fracture
- Identify three physical signs and symptoms of MRSA
Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, CEP 300,
for 8 contact hours. Clinical Education will award 8 CEU's.
Includes lectures, continental breakfast, lunch, and syllabus.
|Student with ID
|Torrance Memorial Employees, Physician Office Staff and Public School Nurses
Please preregister by Wednesday, April 1, 2017.
Limited enrollment at the door. Enrollment can be accepted only with program
fees. A full refund will be given if this program is canceled. No fees
will be refunded if the participant cancels within 48 hours of the program.
Cancellations prior to 48 hours will receive a refund, minus a $20 processing fee.
For information and to per-register, call the Clinical Education Department
Location, Driving Directions and Parking
Torrance Memorial Medical Center
Hoffman Health Conference Center
3315 Medical Center Drive
Torrance, CA 90505
The Hoffman Health Conference Center is located on Medical Center Drive
between Lomita Blvd. and Skypark Drive. Parking is free in the adjacent
in the West Parking structure.
From the Westside or the San Fernando Valley
Take the 405 Freeway South, exit Hawthorne Boulevard, and turn right. Go
approximately 4.5 miles and turn left on Lomita Boulevard. The medical
center will be on your right.
From Long Beach or Orange County
Take the 405 Freeway North. Transition to the Harbor Freeway (110) South
toward San Pedro. Exit Sepulveda Boulevard and turn right, go about 2
miles and turn left on Crenshaw Boulevard; go about 1 mile and turn right
on Lomita Boulevard; go about 1 mile and the medical center will be on