What can we do to Improve Neurodevelopment Outcomes for our Patients?

What can we do to Improve Neurodevelopment Outcomes for our Patients?

How did we get to the point that neurodevelopment is a priority for leading congenital heart programs? What do we know about neurodevelopmental outcomes and interventions in the congenital heart disorder population? What partnerships and collaborations are essential to optimize outcomes for these patients?

Caren Goldberg, MD, discusses the fundamentals of neurodevelopmental follow-up care for congenital heart disease patients.

Presented at the Joint Conference on Advances in Pediatric Cardiovascular Disease Management.

The Congenital Heart Center at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital is consistently ranked among the top children’s heart programs in the nation.  Learn more about U-M’s neurodevelopmental follow up program for congenital heart disorder patients.

This presentation is part of the Joint Conference on Advances in Pediatric Cardiovascular Disease Management 2017. Learn more about the additional presentations in this series.


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Caren Goldberg, MD

Caren Goldberg, MD

Medical School or Training  University of Cincinnati, 1990 Residency  Children's Memorial Hospital, Pediatrics, IL, 1993 Fellowship  Pediatric Cardiology, University of Michigan - C.S. Mott Children's Hospital, ...

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