Past CME Events

Feb
16
2018
At the end of this CME activity participants should be able to: Recognize major changes in the new World Health Organization (WHO) classification of pediatric brain tumors Recall the role of recently identified molecular features in... Read More
Feb
9
2018
At the end of this CME activity participants should be able to: Describe the necessary conditions necessary for a child to have a successful meso Rex bypass Recall the advantages of a meso Rex bypass compared to a portosystemic shunt... Read More
Feb
2
2018
At the end of this CME activity participants should be able to: Describe the role of religion and/or spirituality in parents’ decision-making for care of a child with advanced illness Recall the role of the hospital chaplain in helping... Read More
Jan
26
2018
At the end of this CME activity participants should be able to: How enteric anendocrinosis can lead to loss of insulin secretion How stem cells can be used to make autologous beta cells capable of secreting insulin What are... Read More
Jan
19
2018
At the end of this CME activity participants should be able to: Describe the origin of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) Recognize factors that are associated with transmission of HIV and those that are not Identify the... Read More
Jan
12
2018
At the end of this CME activity participants should be able to: Describe and discuss the relationships between behaviors that undermine a culture of safety and suboptimal outcomes Recall the essential elements needed for an... Read More
Jan
5
2018
At the end of this CME activity participants should be able to: Define the evidence base for the management of heart failure Recall the limitations of current therapies for heart failure Outline the current treatment options... Read More
Nov
20
2017
A one-day program providing neonatal multidisciplinary team members with current best practices for management of the NICU patient and care of the family 6 CEU Credits | 6 CME Credits Registration:... Read More
Nov
20
2017
At the end of this CME activity participants should be able to: Recall some of the complex urogenital anomalies Recognize the importance of long term follow up Discuss the long term complication of surgery in childhood... Read More
Nov
18
2017
2 CME Credits Complimentary parking • Hosted breakfast and lunch • Program begins at 8 a.m. • Patient and family event begins at 10:15 a.m. REGISTER TODAY! Space is limited! Please register by Friday, November 10, 2017. For questions, contact... Read More

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