Conference Search Results
Search Criteria : Pediatrics Adolescent Medicine ×
Jun 19, 2019 - Jun 19, 2021 | CME : 0.75 | USD $0.00
Concussion in Children and Adolescents: One Size Does Not Fit All is organized by PEDSUniversity. This course has been approved for a maximum of 0.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Valid Until: Jun 19, 2021 Date Released: Jun 19, 2019 Program Overview: This presentation was originally given on May 9, 2019, at the Lunchtime Pediatrics series at Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children in Wilmington, Delaware. Learning Objectives: By participating in this unit, participants should be able to: • Discuss the 5 key components of concussion assessment • Discuss the return to learn process and identify typical school accommodations Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Oct 05, 2017 - Oct 05, 2023 | CEU : 1 | Free
Radiation Safety with the Pediatric and Adolescent Patient is organized by Viva Learning™ LLC. Release Date: 10/5/17 Expiration Date: 10/05/23 Credits: 1 CEU Description: Parental worries surrounding radiation safety have never been higher. Our patients' caregivers receive a flood of health-related information before they even step foot in your office. Whether in the form of newspaper/online articles, Facebook mom's groups or even Dr. Oz, our best bet is to be able to give them the latest scientific information. Join your fellow colleagues to participate in this live CE webinar with Dr. Juan Yepes, pediatric dentist and radiologist, to explain the latest methods of how we, as health care providers, can limit radiation exposure while still obtaining quality diagnostic images. Tips on explaining these concepts to parents will also be discussed. Upon completion of this CE webinar, the student will • understand the most current concepts in radiation dosimetry • understand the fundamentals of radiation safety applied to children • review the current guidelines for prescription of radiographs in the pediatric Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Jun 18, 2018 - Jun 18, 2021
Prevalence of Dietary Supplement Use in US Children and Adolescents, 2003-2014 is organized by American Medical Association (AMA). Recorded Date: Jun 18, 2018 End Date: Jun 18, 2021 (This activity may be taken for up to 3 years after they are published) Duration: Audio 4 min 3 sec Description: This audio summary describes a national survey study that used NHANES data to characterize trends in the use of dietary supplements among children < 20 years old between 2003 and 1014. Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Feb 01, 2019 - Feb 01, 2022 | CME : 4 | USD $49.00
Identification and Management of Adolescent Gynecologic Emergencies in the Emergency Department is organized by EB Medicine. Date of Original Release: February 1, 2019 Date of most recent review: January 15, 2019 Termination date: February 1, 2022 CME Expiration Date: March 1, 2022 Target Audience: This enduring material is designed for emergency medicine physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and residents. CME Credits: 4 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™, 4 ACEP Category I Credits, 4 AAFP Prescribed Credits, 4 AOA Category 2-A or 2-B Credits. Specialty CME Credits: Included as part of the 4 credits, this CME activity is eligible for 2 Pharmacology CME credits About this Issue: The differential diagnosis for adolescent gynecologic complaints can be broad, and these cases are often complicated by psychosocial factors, confidentiality concerns, and the need to recognize abuse and sexual assault. This issue provides recommendations for the evaluation and management of obstetric and gynecologic emergencies. You will learn: • Obstetric and gynecologic causes of abdominal pain, pelvic pain, and abnormal uterine bleeding, including anatomic, infectious, and endocrine etiologies • Key aspects of history-taking for adolescent patients with gynecologic emergencies • When an external genitourinary examination or a pelvic examination is warranted • When a single hCG test is sufficient, and when serial testing is necessary • Recommendations for when laboratory screening (eg, a coagulation panel, endocrine workup, nucleic acid amplification testing, or urinalysis) and imaging studies are needed • Appropriate management for adolescent patients with an ectopic pregnancy, abnormal uterine bleeding, a Bartholin cyst or abscess, adnexal torsion, or an ovarian cyst or mass • Recommendations for management of adolescent patients with a sexually transmitted disease or pelvic inflammatory disease, as well as those who have experienced trauma or are a survivor of sexual assault • General guidelines regarding confidentiality issues associated with adolescent sexual health services Goals: Upon completion of this activity, you should be able to: • demonstrate medical decision-making based on the strongest clinical evidence; • cost-effectively diagnose and treat the most critical ED presentations • describe the most common medicolegal pitfalls for each topic covered. CME Objectives: Upon completion of this article, you should be able to: • Determine the differential diagnosis for pelvic pain and vaginal bleeding in adolescents • Recognize and manage pelvic inflammatory disease and sexually transmitted infections in adolescent girls • Determine the appropriate management of abnormal uterine bleeding • Recognize complications of pregnancy that require immediate treatment or transfer to an adult facility • Discuss the pharmacology related to these conditions and provide appropriate medications for bleeding, infection, and pregnancy prophylaxis.
Mar 27, 2019 - Mar 27, 2022
Association of Air Pollution Exposure With Psychotic Experiences During Adolescence is organized by American Medical Association (AMA). Recorded Date: March 27, 2019 End Date: March 27, 2022 (This activity may be taken for up to 3 years after they are published) Duration: Audio Author Interview 16 min 55 sec Description: Interview with Helen Fisher, Ph.D., author of Association of Air Pollution Exposure With Psychotic Experiences During Adolescence Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
May 02, 2019 - May 02, 2022 | CME : 1
Update in Adolescent Care (Recorded at Pri-Med Southwest) is organized by Pri-Med and will be held from May 02, 2019 - May 02, 2022. Topics: Pediatrics. Credits: 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit ™. Overview: Adolescence is a period of tremendous growth and development, not only physically but emotionally and psychosocially. Understanding the health care issues unique to adolescents and how to best approach these issues will benefit both the health care provider and the adolescent patient. We will look at cases that highlight some problems that primary care providers may encounter in their practices. Learning Objectives: • Define the most commonly encountered health care concerns in adolescent • Discuss why adolescent health care is unique • List the most common risk behaviors encountered in adolescents • Understand the basic aspects of adolescent consent. Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Apr 03, 2020 - Feb 21, 2022 | CME : 3 | USD $12.00
Adolescents with Down Syndrome is organized by RnCeus Interactive and will be held from Apr 03, 2020 - Feb 21, 2022. The target audience for this medical event is appropriate for nurses who work with adolescents with Down syndrome in a variety of settings: inpatient and outpatient health care facilities, physicians’ offices and clinics, public and private agencies serving individuals with disabilities, home health, and case management. This CME Conference has been approved for a maximum of 3 contact hours. Course Objectives: • Identify specific neurological, sensory, orthopedic, cardiac, respiratory, autoimmune, mental health, dental, and oncological health risks of adolescents with Down syndrome, and describe appropriate nursing interventions related to these risks. • Cite the health care guidelines established by the National Down Syndrome Society for adolescents with Down syndrome, and highlight nursing interventions to address these guidelines. • Identify specific recommendations for effective weight management in teens with Down syndrome. • Cite three key points regarding the relationship between academic learning, adaptive skills, and cognitive development in adolescents with Down syndrome. • Identify key components of self-competence in adolescents with Down syndrome, and identify nursing strategies to promote self-competence. • Describe social settings and activities that are effective in promoting friendship opportunities for teens with Down syndrome. • Describe significant issues surrounding intimacy and sexuality for adolescents with Down syndrome, and identify potential nursing interventions. • Describe the factors that increase the risk for sexual or physical abuse in teens with Down syndrome, and identify effective teaching strategies to reduce those risks. • Describe the transition process designed to prepare the adolescent to leave the school system and enter the work force. Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Jul 22, 2020 - Feb 20, 2022 | CME : 1 | USD $15.00
JBJS Reviews: Tibial Shaft Fractures in Children and Adolescents is organized by The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (JBJS). This course has been approved for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Expiration Date: 2/20/2022 Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Sep 22, 2020 - Feb 16, 2022 | Credits : 1.25
Implementing Fertility Preservation in Adolescent Females is organized by American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO). Credit Expires: 2/16/2022 Accreditation: This Course has been approved for a maximum of 1.25 Credits Description: This case-based course describes potential consequences of cancer treatment for female fertility and fertility preservation options for adolescent girls. Considerations for discussing fertility preservation with the patient and her parents before and after cancer treatment are outlined. Learning Objectives • Describe cancer treatment modalities that confer risk to fertility in adolescent females. • Discuss fertility preservation options that are available to adolescent females. • Examine unique considerations affecting fertility preservation decision making in adolescent girls. • Explain how fertility preservation discussions and interventions are relevant to adolescents at multiple time points from diagnosis through adulthood. Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Nov 04 - 06, 2020 | CME : 22.75 | USD $975.00
Infectious Diseases in Primary Care is organized by Harvard Medical School (HMS). This Online CME Course will be held from Nov 04 - 06, 2020. What is the credit statement of Infectious Diseases in Primary Care - Harvard CME? Accreditation: The Harvard Medical School assigns this online CME activity for a maximum of 22.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians will be granted with the credit commensurate based on the extent of their participation in the activity. • Main Course, Infectious Diseases in Primary Care: 19.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ • Optional Half-Day Treatment Workshop, Treating Viral Hepatitis and HIV in Primary Care Practice: 3.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ • Main Course and Optional Half-Day Treatment Workshop: 22.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Infectious Diseases in Primary Care will be held online this year, using live streaming, electronic Q&A, and other remote learning technologies. Live streaming sessions will be recorded and will be available for registrants to view on demand for 30 days after the conclusion of the course. What is the significance of Infectious Diseases in Primary Care - Harvard CME? Course Description: The Comprehensive Infectious Disease Update: Prevention, Diagnosis, Treatment Education for Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants This acclaimed CME webcast presents a complete ID update. Led by Harvard Medical School's foremost ID faculty and clinicians, this CME course assists as guidance to enhance the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of infectious diseases. Participants learn the practice implications of important new innovations and ensure that their ability to address ID challenges is fully current. Focus areas in the course curriculum include: • Updated guidelines for adult immunization • New diagnostics for respiratory tract infections • Travel medicine and infectious diseases in immigrants • Strategies for avoiding antibiotic overuse • Lyme disease: controversies and solutions • How to counsel reluctant patients about vaccine benefits • Can’t-miss diagnoses: infectious disease emergencies • Managing infection in pregnancy and pre-pregnancy • Treatment of highly resistant infections • Protecting our patients with weakened immune systems • Evaluation and treatment of latent tuberculosis • Infection control in the office setting • Updates on emerging infections, including COVID-19 • Novel guidelines for the management of urinary, gastrointestinal, respiratory, and soft tissue infections Specially intended for the needs of busy clinicians, Harvard Medical School faculty provide outcomes-driven and evidence-based answers to questions that PHYSICIANS, NPs and PAs face every day, such as ... • What immunizations are indicated for my patients traveling to developing countries? • How can I interpret the results of different tests for latent tuberculosis? • How should I manage recurrent C. difficile? • How do I diagnose, treat, and counsel patients about Lyme disease? • What are the recommendations for the new zoster vaccine? • How do I manage infections in patients with substance use disorder? • What can we expect with the upcoming flu season? • What advice can I give my patients about emerging infections, such as COVID-19? • How can I manage resistant and recurrent urinary tract infections? • Who should be tested for HIV and viral hepatitis? • What patients with gastroenteritis should receive antibiotics? • What strategies are recommended for treating and preventing MRSA infection? • What are the new tests our lab is using to diagnose HIV and other sexually transmitted infections? • How should I answer patient questions about vaccine safety? • How do I manage patients with antibiotic allergies? OPTIMIZED FOR REMOTE EDUCATION The 2020 program has been enhanced for distance learning. In addition to being live-streamed, all sessions will be recorded and made available to participants for online viewing for one month after the end of the course. This video archive will ensure that participants who live in different time zones or who have scheduling conflicts do not miss out on any sessions that are important to them. In addition, participants can review sessions that they watched during live streaming to reinforce key learning points. What are the objectives of Infectious Diseases in Primary Care - Harvard CME? Course Objectives: At the conclusion of this Online CME Course, attendees will be better able to: • Define useful ways in which to improve the diagnosis and treatment of infectious diseases. • Review information concerning evidence-based treatment protocols for infectious diseases that help determine optimal patient care plans. • Evaluate investigative data on common infectious diseases that could influence patient care.