The 11th annual Texas Children’s Hospital Advanced Practice Provider (TCHAPP) Conference
April 11-13, 2024
Texas Children’s Hospital Pavilion for Women
8:00 am – 4:30 pm Thursday & Friday (In-Person & Virtual options)
8:00 am – 1:30 pm Saturday (Virtual only)
Registration opens February 1, 2024. Please follow this link and complete the form to register through April 5.
Texas Children’s Hospital is accredited by Texas Medical Association to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Texas Children’s Hospital designates this live activity for a maximum of 21 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Credit awarded for live session participation only; no credit awarded post live activity.
This activity has been designated by Texas Children’s Hospital for 2.0 credits of education in medical ethics and/or professional responsibility.
About the Conference
We are excited to offer yet another wonderful experience in 2024. Models of health care delivery are transforming. The roles of advanced practice registered nurses (APRN) and physician assistants (PA) are expanding and diversifying. The number of advanced practice providers (APP) in specialty and hospital settings is increasing as health care organizations recognize the benefits APPs provide. Additionally, primary care providers are treating a growing number of children with complex medical problems. These providers will need to be equipped with both acute and primary care knowledge. This conference provides attendees with both a primary and acute care perspective of pediatric health care as well as the opportunity to collaborate and network with colleagues.
- In-person with Virtual option and Enduring CME: $250
- In-person with Virtual option: $200
- Virtual and Enduring CME: $200
- Virtual (live conference only): $150
- Student/Retired: $100
- TCH/BCM employee discount per registration type: 10%
- $50 per skills session
About Texas Children’s Hospital
Texas Children’s Hospital, a not-for-profit organization, is committed to creating a healthier future for children and women throughout our global community by leading in patient care, education, and research. Consistently ranked among the top children’s hospitals in the country by U.S. News and World Report, Texas Children’s has Centers of Excellence in multiple pediatric subspecialties and operates the largest primary pediatric care network in the country. Recently, Texas Children’s Hospital was recognized as a leader in LGBTQ health care equality by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation. Additionally the hospital maintains nationally recognized magnet status, indicating quality patient care, nursing excellence and innovations in professional nursing practice. The team of APPs at Texas Children’s is over 500 strong and growing. APPs practice in a variety of settings across the hospital network and are deeply committed to excellence in patient care, satisfaction, quality and outcomes.
About the Texas Children’s Hospital Transformational Advanced Professional Practice Model
The Texas Children’s Hospital Transformational Advanced Professional Practice Model (TAPP) for APPs serves as a conceptual framework to guide professional development and mentorship. It is one of few evidence-based APP practice models. The Direct Comprehensive Family-Centered Care domain forms the essence of the APP role and informs and shapes the execution of the six professional practice development domains:
- Organizational Priorities
- Quality and Safety
- Evidence-Based Practice and Research
- Transformational Professional Practice
- Credentialing and Regulatory Practice
The TAPP model serves a blueprint for establishing the structures and processes to support exemplary advanced practice.
- Explore evidence-based and innovative approaches to the diagnosis and treatment of various pediatric medical, surgical, behavioral, and mental health conditions
- Demonstrate enhanced skills in the treatment of a variety of acute problems in pediatric patients
- Discuss health promotion and public health as it relates to the adolescent and pediatric population
APRNs and PAs in both primary and acute specialty care pediatric settings as well as APRN and PA students pursuing careers in pediatric health care are invited to attend.
This APP conference at Texas Children’s Hospital offers a variety of breakout sessions in addition to keynote presentations, allowing registrants to customize their learning experience to their unique practice.
Statement of Ineligible Company Support: No ineligible company support was used in this activity.