Provider, Nursing and Psychiatry Grand Rounds Online Videos

Grand Rounds Objectives

Physicians seeking Category 1 CME credit for this online presentation must complete the following evaluation and form. If you have not already viewed the Grand Rounds presentation, please do so before proceeding .

Seattle Children's designates this online educational activity for a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit TM . Physicians should claim only those hours of credit that they actually spent in the educational activity.

Course Title: Caring for the Medically Complex Child: Meeting Safety, Care and Patient Needs

Your Information:

You must complete the following fields so that we can email you a notification of your credit for your records.







Evaluation:

Your evaluation is important in helping us to improve the quality of future programs. Please answer the following questions before submitting your credit request form. You must provide a response to each question to proceed.

Using the following 1-5 scale, please respond to the statements below:

1 = Strongly Disagree
2 = Disagree
3 = Not Applicable
4 = Agree
5 = Strongly Agree

Course Objectives: To what extent do you agree the following objectives were met? At the conclusion of this program, participants should be able to:

examine current state of care for medically complex children
 
analyze criteria that define the child with medical complexity
 
assess the unique challenges faced by families and caregivers of children with medical complexity
 

Overall Satisfaction/Relevance: To what extent do you agree the following statements?

My professional knowledge and skills were updated:
 
This course is relevant to my practice/profession:
 
This course has enhanced my professional effectiveness:
 
Teaching strategies and visual aids were appropriate:
 
The audio/video in this activity was clear:
 
This CME activity was free of bias:
 

Take-Home: Please indicate how you will use this information to improve your practice:

How I medically treat my patients:
 
How I relate to/communicate with my patients/families:
 
How I educate my patients/families: