- Physician Education in Developmental Disabilities
The series is designed to enhance the practice skill of primary care physicians and residents who would like to provide better care to their adult patients with developmental disabilities. Each webinar is accredited by the American Academy of Family Physicians for 1.0 hours of prescribed credit (recognized by the AMA as equivalent to Category 1 credit). A total of up to 12.0 credit hours are available, at no cost, for those who participate in all of the webinars. The webinars are available for CME continuing medical education credit only. If you are not a physician please check with your specific professional or licensing board to see if this series will qualify for your educational requirements.
- Web-based Curricula for Transition Care Improvement
The curricula are change packages designed to help participants increase their medical home capacity through improvements to transition care. Both courses use a team-based care approach to address specific barriers identified by practicing physicians. There are both pediatric and adult practitioner courses credited by the AMA. The courses are available to any medical provider nationally.
- Health Services for Children with Special Needs
An online CME video course for physicians who would like to improve transition services in their practice. The course is designed and recommended for physicians to prepare youth and their caregivers to assume responsibility for managing their chronic conditions and transfer from a pediatric to adult care setting.
This information is provided by the Division for Children & Youth with Special Health Needs within the Department of Public Health.