15th Annual Health Care Transition Research Consortium Symposium
Jan and Dan Duncan Neurological Research Institute in the Texas Medical Center Houston, Texas
October 25, 2023
For any questions, please contact Dr. Cecily Betz CBetz@chla.usc.edu.
The 14th Annual Health Care Transition Research Consortium Symposium features research presentations in the emerging field of healthcare transition (HCT). A variety of research topics of interest to researchers, clinicians, policymakers, parents, youth, and emerging adults are presented. Topics include testing of HCT models of care and programs, the HCT needs and experiences of adolescents, emerging adults and families, and provider topics pertaining to pretransition and post transition services and training. Poster sessions on HCT research will enable direct dialogue with researchers, and plenary sessions will address interdisciplinary perspectives pertaining to HCT education and curriculum development and the creation, maintenance, and evaluation of HCT programs.
Cecily Betz, PhD, RN, FAAN
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