Pre-registration is required for all events. Please see the individual continuing medical education (CME) event listings for more details.
For more information or program updates, please contact Seattle Children’s Continuing Medical Education Office at 206-987-5701.
September 17, 2016
Personalized, Precision Medicine for Epilepsy Treatment: A Pacific Northwest View
Please join us for this symposium designed to describe the bench-to-bedside development of personalized and precision treatment of epilepsy by collaborations and interactions with both basic and clinical neurosciences. Included will be clinical presentations of examples of the application of new technologies and knowledge to personalize and improve treatment of patients with epilepsy.
October 1, 2016
Break a Leg! Rheumatology and Orthopedics for Primary Care Providers
Please join us for this highly practical course designed to enable primary care providers to develop skills in differential diagnoses for common orthopedic and rheumatologic issues in children who present in their office setting. Case-based scenarios will identify various presentations and strategies for initial workup and management, along with interactive discussion with the specialists to promote best practices and patient outcomes.
October 15, 2016
Recognizing, Preventing and Reporting: A Guide to Child Abuse for Primary Care Providers
Please join us for this practical course designed to provide tools for identifying and evaluating behaviors and injuries related to child abuse; how to access support from local and regional resources; and how to make referrals to Child Protective Services.
December 3, 2016
Tackling Hunger in Pediatric Practice: Implementing AAP’s Policy Promoting Food Security for All
Please join us for this program designed to provide professionals who care for children and families in the Northwest with education and practical information about childhood hunger in accordance with the AAP’s 2015 recommendations to promote food security for all children. National and state experts will review the variety of medical, behavioral and mental health impacts of hunger, and offer valuable tools for screening and referring patients with resources to access services and programs around Washington state. Related issues including nutrition, food quality, access and equity will be discussed as well. Timely legislative and advocacy issues will also be introduced with opportunities for participants to promote policies that support the health and nutrition of families in their care.