Chris Woll, MD, a third year trainee in the Pediatrics Residency program, recently won first place for his poster entitled, “Hemorrhaging: the Healthcare System vs. the Patient. The Utility of Preoperative Labs in the Pediatric Emergency Department," at the North Carolina Pediatric Society Annual Meeting on August 22 in Asheville. In addition, Kristin Weimer, MD and Alyssa Jenkins, MD, both third year trainees, won third place for their poster entitled, “Neonatal Liver Failure: Ironing Out the Diagnosis.”
The annual meeting is an excellent opportunity for residents to earn valuable CME credits, meet with colleagues, and learn about advances in research, clinical practice and practice management issues.
Congratulations to all on these well-deserved awards!
About the North Carolina Pediatric Society
Founded in 1931, the North Carolina Pediatric Society (NCPeds) is the state affiliate Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics with nearly 2,000 pediatrician and pediatric health professional members. Its mission is to empower pediatricians and its partners to foster the physical, social, and emotional well-being of infants, children, adolescents and young adults.