Common Pediatric Medical Procedures covers 19 procedures, including the 13 Pediatric Procedural Skills required by the ACGME for graduate medical education in pediatrics. The videos provide an overview of the particular procedure, a demonstration of physicians performing the procedure in an effective and instructive manner, and post-procedure steps.
Implementing Mental Health Priorities in Practice: Strategies to Engage Patients and Families is designed to leverage the techniques of motivational interviewing (or in the case of substance use, a brief intervention) to provide you with practical skills needed to elicit accurate mental health information and create behavior change in patients.
Cameron’s Arc is designed to train health care professionals, including primary care pediatricians, on how to provide compassionate, family-centered care, including palliative care, to seriously ill children and their family. It explores effective parent-professional communication across four critical points in the care of a seriously ill child with Tay Sachs disease.