Continuing Medical Education For HCPs

Staying updated with the latest advancements in pediatric health is crucial for healthcare professionals. Our Continuing Medical Education (CME) resources offer in-depth insights into the evolving landscape of pediatric health. Explore a range of educational materials designed to empower medical professionals with the knowledge needed to offer the best possible care to children. Stay informed about the latest treatment approaches, preventive care strategies, and innovative pediatric health solutions.

Sponsored By

Transition From Paediatric Intensive Care to General Paediatrics and Pneumology Units : a Study of the Post-intensive Care Syndrome

In developed countries, mortality rates in pediatric intensive care units (PICUs) are around 4% and most children admitted to these units survive.
However, some pediatric survivors experience ...

Condition: Pediatric Post-intensive Care Syndrome

Efficacy of Ear Acupuncture in Preventing Chemotherapy Induced Nausea and Vomiting in Cancer Patients

Chemotherapy is a cancer therapy performed on advanced cancer with quite good success, but this therapy has quite a lot of side effects.
Chemotherapy induced nausea and vomiting or commonly kn ...

Condition: Pediatric Cancer

Feasibility and Acceptability of Brief, Telehealth Cognitive Compensatory Training for Pediatric Cancer Patients

This pilot study will be a prospective, single arm study to investigate the feasibility and acceptability of a brief, telehealth, cognitive compensatory training intervention for children with a histo ...

Condition: Pediatric Cancer

Clinical exome sequencing by general pediatricians: high clinical utility and no evidence of inappropriate testing

Background: Genetic disorders account for a large percentage of admissions and outpatient visits to children's hospitals around the world. Clinical exome sequencing (CES) is a valuable diagnostic tool

Logistic regression analysis of risk factors for pediatric burns: a case–control study in underdeveloped minority areas in China

Background: Pediatric burns are common, especially in underdeveloped countries, and these can physically affect the children involved and have an impact on their mental health. The aim of the present

Impact of Rapid Response Teams on Pediatric Care: An Interrupted Time Series Analysis of Unplanned PICU Admissions and Cardiac Arrests

Pediatric rapid response teams (RRTs) are expected to significantly lower pediatric mortality in healthcare settings. This study evaluates RRTs’ effectiveness in decreasing cardiac arrests and unexpec

Dr. Sara May, Allergy and Immunology

SIDS Can Happen to Anyone - A Pediatricians Story | American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)

In 2010 Dr. Sam Hanke, a pediatrician, lost his infant son to SIDS. In the years since, he and his wife, Maura, have worked with the ...

Dr. Sara May, Allergy and Immunology

Cooper’s Pediatric Trauma Team

The expertise of a leading academic health system and level 1 trauma center makes a difference. See how a snowy winter ...

Dr. Sara May, Allergy and Immunology

First Day of Pediatric Oncology

Our intrepid med student ventures into the world of pediatric oncology.