1st Five Lunch & Learn Webinar Series
The purpose for this FREE education series is to enhance the ability of health care providers and their staff in identifying and treating developmental delays in children, assessing family risk factors and referring to a 1st Five team to meet the needs of the family. CME credits are available only to providers who live in a county that has 1st Five. To register, email Melissa Stimmler or call 319-384-7440.
Nutrition: Identifying Pediatric Malnutrition and Strategies for Families to Implement in Feeding
January 18, 2017
Child Health Specialty Clinic Registered Dietitian
Child Health Specialty Clinic Registered Dietitian
- Demonstrate familiarity with new pediatric malnutrition standards
- Discuss the use of Z scores in assessing and monitoring growth
- Identify two brief interventions that can be used in clinic to help families address feeding difficulties
- Access two new resources to share with families to help address pediatric malnutrition through diet
Adverse Childhood Experiences
February 15, 2017
Dr. Meredith Fishbane-Gordon
Pediatrician and 1st Five Medical Consultant
- Define Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)
- Summarize the epidemiology of ACEs
- Describe the impact of ACEs on health
- Recognize key features of early brain development
- Identify the key scientific connections between early brain development and ACEs impact
Trauma Informed Care: How can you help families reveal trauma and resiliency in primary care on the way to healing?
March 8, 2017
Dr. Resmiye Oral,
UIHC Clinic Professor of Pediatrics; Director of Child Protection Program
- Identify what trauma informed care or family well-being assessments and interventions are
- Describe how trauma as a continuum throughout life impacts health overall
- Summarize how to implement family well-being assessments and intervention procedures in primary care clinics
Learning Community: Phase II of Pediatric Growth and Endocrinology ECHO
Join your colleagues in learning more about pediatric growth & endocrinology by enrolling in an innovative telementoring model of health care education. This model, Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes (ECHO), is an evidence-based model to expand primary care capacity to deliver state-of-the-art care for common, chronic diseases in vulnerable, underserved communities. The Georgia AAP Chapter, in collaboration with Navicent Health Children's Hospital, uses case-based learning sessions delivered via videoconferencing technology to bring together subspecialists at academic medical centers and community-based providers. Each Pediatric Growth and Endocrinology ECHO clinic includes a brief presentation by a pediatric endocrinologist, followed by case-based presentations by community clinicians for feedback and recommendations.
Participation in this telehealth program is free and CME is available. For more information or to join, contact Kylia Crane at (404) 881-5093 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Licensure Renewal CME Requirements for End-of-Life Care and Pain Management
As of August 17, 2011, two hours of continuing medical education (CME) for end-of-life care and two hours of CME for pain management have been required for all primary care physicians, including pediatricians. This CME must be obtained every five years, similar to the child abuse CME requirement with which most people are familiar. As of August 17, 2016, you are required to attest that you have completed this CME within the past five years each time you renew your license.
A partial list of CME activity that may be applicable to these requirements can be found on the Iowa Board of Medicine website, scroll down to training opportunities. While much of the information provided is applicable to adults, you are free to choose applicable pediatric CME. Some options are listed below.
The UIHC Palliative Care Conference will take place Thursday, November 3, 2016, at the Radisson Hotel and Conference Center in Coalville, Iowa. Visit our Events page for more information and a link to registration.
End-of-Life Care Online Learning
National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization - Online Learning
Integration of Palliative Care Into the Care of Children With Serious Illness
Tammy I. Kang, David Munson, Jennifer Hwang, Chris Feudtner
Primary Pediatric Palliative Care: Psychological and Social Support for Children and Families
Cassandra D. Hirsh, Sarah Friebert
New online CME course on pediatric pain management will be made available on PediaLink, the AAP’s online learning platform by late summer/early fall 2016. The course will be designed to meet the needs of pediatricians in states where pain management CME is required for re-licensure. This course has been made possible by a grant from the AAP’s Friends of Children Fund.
National Conference 2016 session: F3133 - Managing Pediatric Pain
Pain and Symptom Management in Pediatric Palliative Care
Kelly Komatz and Brian Carter
If you have questions, please contact the Iowa Board of Medicine at (515) 281-5171 or email@example.com.
CME - Additional Information
For information on CMEs sponsored by organizations other than IA AAP, please visit the following websites. If you would like your CME to be included in our Events calendar, please contact us.