Join us for a Jeopardy-style rapid fire team competition, complete with dinner, music and camaraderie.
World-renowned speakers will address many of the most critical and controversial issues that influence the clinical practice of newborn medicine.
Whether you arrive early, stay late or just want to slip away between sessions or at night, you have plenty of activities to choose from:
Within the comfort of the Manchester Grand Hyatt Resort are two rooftop swimming pools, a 24-hour StayFit fitness center and eight dining establishments, including Sally’s Fish House & Bar right on the water.
Spend a little “me” time at the Manchester Grand Hyatt Resort’s Marilyn Monroe Spas, a full-service salon and spa overlooking the hotel pool and San Diego Bay.
If you’re looking for watersports, you’ll love San Diego, with sport fishing, sailing, jet-skiing, kayaking, paddle boarding, scuba diving and don’t forget surfing. If you prefer a slower pace, just lie on the beach!
If you’re happier on land, San Diego has you covered, with hiking, rock climbing, mountain biking, running and horseback riding.
With harbor cruises, sunset sailing, sea lion adventures and whale watching, this coastal city takes full advantage of its ocean access, and you can too!
From fine dining to tacos, Travel & Leisure Magazine named San Diego one of “America’s Best Cities for foodies,” for its craft breweries, local wines and diverse collection of eateries featuring local, farm-to-table ingredients.
Cross the bridge to Coronado Island to explore small shops, grab a meal and visit the historic beachfront Hotel Del Coronado, where the 1958 Marilyn Monroe classic “Some Like It Hot” was filmed.
Just 12 miles north of San Diego is the quaint town of La Jolla, with ocean bluffs, beaches, local shops and restaurants. And don’t miss gazing down at the Children’s Pool (Casa Beach), home to La Jolla’s resident seal and sea lion community!
If you’re a golfer, San Diego is where you want to be. One of the top 50 golf hubs in the world, San Diego offers almost 90 courses!
“Specialty Review, the premier board certification review course of its type, has been the model for core foundational pathophysiology and problem-based learning since the 1970’s, when it was started by Dr. Vidyasagar, who remains an advisor to the meeting.”