Enjoy flexible learning while interacting with experts in infectious diseases, cardiology, psychiatry, sports medicine, allergy and immunology, and adolescent health at the Practical Pediatrics CME April Virtual Course.
The live course will be held April 17-18, but participants get early access to 18 on-demand lectures, including:
- “Management of Adolescents with Eating Disorders” and “Teen Driving Update,” with Aneesh K. Tosh, M.D., M.S., FAAP;
- “Environmental Control for Allergies: Reducing Exposure to Pollens, Molds, Pets and Dust Mites,” and “Is That Runny Nose Due to Allergy?: Allergic and Nonallergic Rhinitis,” with John M. Kelso, M.D., FAAP;
- “Hypertension in the Pediatric Ambulatory Setting,” and “Syncope: Benign Unless It Isn’t,” with Matthew Brothers, M.D.;
- “To Order or not to Order? Use and Interpretation of Laboratory Tests for Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases,” and “Very Hot Topics in ID: COVID-19 and More,” with Morveen S. Edwards, M.D., FAAP;
- “Suicide and Self-harm,” and “Developmental and Mental Health Screening and Interviewing,” with Robert J. Hilt, M.D., FAAP; and
- “Keeping the Head Out of the Game: A 2020 Update on Concussion Evaluation and Treatment” and “Staying Safe and Healthy: Impact of Exercise and Sport Participation on Mental Health in Children and Adolescents,” with Michele LaBotz, M.D., FAAP.
During the live course, faculty will address pre-submitted questions at two 60-minute Q&A sessions. Participants also can interact at six 90-minute seminars featuring real-time Q&As.
Seminars and Q&A sessions on April 17 are:
- “Anaphylaxis: How to Recognize and How to React,” with Dr. Kelso;
- “From Syndromes to Family Screening: Genetics and Heart Disease for the Primary Provider,” with Dr. Brothers; and
- “’Have I Seen this Before?’ Interesting ID Cases,” with Dr. Edwards.
Seminars and Q&A sessions on April 18 are:
- “Psychopharmacology,” with Dr. Hilt;
- “Lower Extremity Examination: Overview, Demonstration, and Hands-on Practice,” with Dr. LaBotz; and
- “Adolescent Contraception Update,” with Dr. Tosh.
A recording will be available for about one year after the course for those who can’t attend April 17-18.
Register by April 2 to save $150. Earn up to 21.5 AMA PRA Category 1 credits and 17 Maintenance of Certification Part 2 points. Visit https://bit.ly/3aCrSVp.