This CME Conference is designed to accommodate the continuing educational needs of the practicing primary care pediatrician, resident in training, and other health care professionals. Courses will provide information on gut-brain interaction, infectious diseases, adolescent reproductive health, movement disorders, human trafficking, and atypical anorexia.
- Disorders of Gut-Brain Interaction in Primary Care: Integrating Psychological Approaches
- Emerging Infectious Diseases
- Adolescent Reproductive Health
- Movement Disorders in Children and their Etiologies
- Human Trafficking
- Atypical Anorexia: Difficult to See, Critical to Catch
- Describe at least 3 psychological tools that can be used in the treatment of pediatric DGBIs in primary care.
- Understand the clinical characteristics and management of emerging pediatric infectious diseases.
- Provide adolescent and reproductive health education for the pediatrician.
- Recognize common movement disorders and their etiologies.
- Pediatricians need to be able to recognize and address potential situations of trafficking and exploitation in the medical setting. Learners will apply knowledge of red flags and warning signs of exploitative situations, know how to respond and report and be able to access available resources.
- Define atypical anorexia and explain why intervention is needed.