To help fulfill the educational needs of practicing professionals, CHKD sponsors continuing medical education programs throughout the year, as well as weekly grand rounds open to all and talks tailored to the specific needs of practice groups.
If you have suggestions as to how we can improve upon our educational offerings and experience, please call (757) 668-8942.
The participant will be able to:
- State current diagnostic measures and treatment modalities for the high-risk mother, fetus and neonate.
- Recall outcome data on selected cases of patients referred from regional hospitals and identify opportunities to improve patient outcomes.
- Describe care and stabilization of the maternal and neonatal transport process to ensure safe and orderly transport of patients.
MNTRs are open to physicians and staff with privileges at each respective hospital. The MNTR schedule is subject to change. Hospitals at which MNTRs are held are listed below for general reference. Please contact Karen G. Horton, neonatal/perinatal outreach at (757) 668-9140 to confirm specific dates.
Location: Albemarle, Chesapeake Regional Medical Center, DePaul, Maryview, Sentara Obici, Outer Banks, Roanoke Chowan, Sentara Virginia Beach General, Sentara Williamsburg Regional Medical Center, Riverside Shore Memorial, Southampton.
Credits: 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
Keeping 4-12 Year Olds in Boosters and Belts: Strategies that Work (Enduring Material)
Kelli England Will, PhD, Associate Professor, Eastern Virginia Medical School
Released: March 1, 2014
Expires: March 1, 2016
Summary of Course: This presentation will equip the audience with research-supported techniques to motivate 4-12 year-old children and their parents to always use booster seats and seat belts. Course participants will be taught to recognize when an education-focused safety intervention approach is insufficient, and when and how to modify their approach for more of a persuasive impact. Finally, two example programs that are empirically supported to improve car safety among booster-age and tween-age populations will be shared with the audience. These toolkits (Boost ‘em in the Back Seat and Make it Click) are freely available online for participants’ later use in their day-to-day interactions with children and their families.
- List reasons for resistance to safety recommendations, and how this affects your efforts 2. Identify ways to modify an education-based approach for a more persuasive impact
- Discuss research-supported techniques for motivating booster seat and seat belt use
- Describe how to access and use two empirically supported (free) toolkits for booster and tween populations
Target audience for this course: Physicians, pediatricians, sub-specialists, family physicians, residents/students, emergency physicians and responders, allied health professionals, nurses, public health professionals, social workers, and other health care and safety professionals.
ACGME Competencies: Patient care & practice-based learning and improvement.
Method of Participation: You may participate in the educational activity by viewing the program content on this link: https://connect.evms.edu/seatbeltstrategies2014/
Physicians: To evaluate this educational activity, receive a certificate/statement of credit/contact hours, go to https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/boostersandbelts
Other professionals: To evaluate this educational activity, receive a certificate/statement of credit/contact hours, to print-out an on-going transcript of all your TCEOnline CE activities for credits/contact hours, please go to: www.cdc.gov/TCEOnline
Fees: No fees are charged for CDC' s CE activities. No fees are charged for CHKD's CME activity.
Brochure: View Brochure
Credits: 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™
Schwartz Center Rounds
Wednesday, December 9
Participants attending this session will be able to: Describe the social, emotional, ethical and personal issues that arise during the care of patients and their impact on caregivers. Demonstrate enhanced communication with patients, family members and colleagues. Value opportunities to explore and understand multiple perspectives across professions and disciplines. Value opportunities to provide and receive professional support.
We are thrilled at the turnout for each Schwartz Center Rounds. We appreciate the financial support provided by the Heidt Family Foundation, the Grainger Foundation, and CHKD to allow us to provide nourishment for each and every session. In order to be good stewards of these donations, the number of lunches available at upcoming sessions will be limited to 175, on a first-come, first-served basis. All faculty, staff and employees are still welcome to attend. Thank you for your ongoing support of Schwartz Center Rounds.
Registration is open to all employees and professional staff. If you have further questions, please contact Cynthia Mills at 668-7505 or via email at Cynthia.Mills@chkd.org.
Facilitator: Carolyn Williams, MSW
Panelists: To be announced
Location: CHKD, Brickhouse Auditorium
CME Credits: Earn up to 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™
6th Annual Insights into Autism
A "C" of Potpourri: Communication, Coping, CAMs, and Connectivity
February 5, 2016
Issues for specific populations with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) will be discussed with recognized national experts including: teaching functional coping skills, a communication differential diagnosis, evidenced-based CAM therapies, and connectivity via fMRI. Topics are targeted to all who are interested in providing medical home and optimal care to patients with ASD along the pediatric, adolescent and young adult continuum.
Speakers: Multiple (see brochure)
Location: CHKD, Brickhouse Auditorium
CME Credits: Earn up to 6.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™
Psychologists: Earn up to 6.75 Psychology Credits
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Save the Date: Pediatric Trauma Conference
March 11-12, 2016
Save the Date: 18th Annual Pediatric Emergency Medicine Update 2016
April 14, 2016, 2016
17th Chest Wall International Group (CWIG) Meeting
June 15-17, 2016
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Save the Date: 10th Annual Pediatric and Adolescent Sports Medicine Update for Primary Care
June 16, 2016