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Offering Continuing Education in Pediatric & Adolescent Health

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JARED PRICE
Education Coordinator 
Phone: 801-587-9193
jared.price@hsc.utah.edu 

Pediatric and family health care providers are invited to join the Pediatrics ECHO.  This series focuses on the unique needs of pediatric patients in the mountain west.  Pediatric care specialists teach about the identification and treatment of complex diseases, behavioral health issues, and common acute diagnoses.  Those who attend these sessions improve their ability to provide treatment at the top of their license.  

CME credit and nurse contact hours are available to those who attend. 

In Fall 2021, we'll partner with Project SCOPEand their hub at Utah State University. 

Project SCOPE: Supporting Children of the OPioid Epidemic is a national training initiative intended to build nationwide provider capacity and confidence in applying evidence-based practices in screening, monitoring, and interdisciplinary support for children and families diagnosed with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS), Neonatal Opioid Withdrawal Syndrome (NOWS), or who are suspected of being impacted by opioid use, trauma, or related exposure.  Visit the Project SCOPE web page for more details.  

Register now for the Fall 2021 module.

Pediatrics ECHO Schedule

2021 - 2022 ACADEMIC YEAR

Wednesdays Title Presenter(s) Special Notes
  Fall 2021    
8/11/21 Dependence and Treatment Marcela Smid Project SCOPE session 1
8/25/21 Introduction to the Opioid Crisis and Social Determinants of Health Heidi Petersen Project SCOPE session 2
9/8/21 Monitoring Child Development and Biases Janel Preston, Heather Sarin Project SCOPE session 3
9/22/21 Having Difficult Conversations Katelyn Oliver Project SCOPE session 4
10/13/21 Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Dr. Camille Fung Project SCOPE session 5
10/27/21 Trauma and the ARC Framework (Attachment, Regulation, Competency) Samantha Smith,                Dr. Veronica Love Project SCOPE session 6
11/3/21 Breastfeeding and Feeding Issues for Babies with Special Health Care Needs Laura Brown, MD                Jessica Clayton, RD, IBCLC  University of Utah Health Presenters  
11/10/21 Trauma, Substance Exposure, and Language Development Jamie Mecham Project SCOPE session 7
11/17/21 Trauma, Substance Exposure, and Sensory Concerns Pat Boyle Project SCOPE session 8
12/8/21 Peer Mentors Karissa McDonald Project SCOPE session 9
12/15/21 Systems of Care / Organizing the Community of Practice Sue Olsen Project SCOPE session 10
       
  Spring 2022    
1/12/22 Palliative Care Pain Ben Moresco, MD;       Dominic Moore, MD  
2/9/22 Human Trafficking Aarti Vala, MD  
3/2/22 Foster Care Julie Steele, DNP, MN, FNP  
3/9/22 Palliative Care Pain Zainab Kagen, MD  
4/6/22 Palliative Care Pain Zainab Kagen, MD  
4/13/22 Neurodevelopmental Disabilities    
4/20/22 Neurodevelopmental Disabilities    

 

Past sessions

Specialty topics covered by past presenters are available for viewing.  

View past topics and specialties.

 

Resources & References

Medical Home Portal (medicalhomeportal.org)

  • Over 500 pages of content and resources, including
    • 55 "Diagnosis Modules" addressing the comprehensive primary care of those conditions
    • 39 Newborn Disorder pages addressing primary care response to notification of abnormal results of newborn screening for those conditions
  • Over 5800 links to other reliable and valuable websites or downloadable information
  • Over 5200 citations of scientific and other expert literature to provide users with the evidence behind recommendations or to explore topics in greater depth

 

Key COVID Resources

For Professionals:

COVID-19/Coronavirus (CDC)

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

The home page for updates about COVID-19 cases and science in the United States along with information for healthcare professionals, businesses, schools, health departments, travelers, and more; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Critical Updates on COVID-19 (AAP)

https://services.aap.org/en/pages/2019-novel-coronavirus-covid-19-infections/

Information for pediatricians about COVID-19, including clinical guidance, information on PPE, Practice Management Resources, telemedicine and telephone care resources, coding information, information for families, physician wellness tips, and advocacy information; American Academy of Pediatrics.

 

Utah Coronavirus (coronavirus.utah.gov)

https://coronavirus.utah.gov/

Information about Coronavirus in Utah including schools, businesses, health care, mental health, vaccines, recreation, travel, rent relief, emergency broadband, equity, and other useful resources; Utah Coronavirus Task Force.  

 

For Families:

COVID-19 (HealthyChildren.org)

https://www.healthychildren.org/English/health-issues/conditions/COVID-19/Pages/default.aspx

While COVID-19 causes mild illness in some people, others get very sick and need hospital care. These articles can help you learn more about COVID-19 and how you can protect your family and others. Topics include: infants, children with special health care needs, developmental questions, safety guidance, athletics, school health, masks, vaccines, and family resilience, and many more; American Academy of Pediatrics.

 

Coronavirus Mental Health Resources (On Our Sleeves)

https://www.nationwidechildrens.org/giving/on-our-sleeves/find-help/tools-for-you/coronavirus

The coronavirus turned our worlds upside down, and our kids were no exception. Check out these resources and guides to help you manage working from home, remote learning and life in general during COVID-19. Includes videos, articles, and resources on parenting, schooling, children with special health care needs, and mental health; Nationwide Children's Hospital.

 

A Pandemic Coping Guide for Parents (UAAP)

https://covidparenting.org/

A comprehensive resource from the American Academy of Pediatrics Utah Chapter to help parents help their families manage through the COVID pandemic; includes information on creating/maintaining structure, managing stress, and getting further help.

 

COVID-19 Resources (Utah 2-1-1/United Way)

https://uw.org/211/covid19-resources/

United Way 211 is an information and referral service that maintains a database of over 10,000 services for Utahns in need. If you are affected by the ripple effects of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and need help with the essentials, 211 can assist you in finding a variety of resources to help you stay on your feet. Begin your search here, or contact 211 via phone, online chat, text, or by downloading the app.

https://coronavirus.utah.gov/education/

Resources for families and children who are not yet eligible for COVID vaccination.

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Clinical Teams

Jennifer Goldman-Luthy, MD

Pediatrics, Associate Professor

Editor-in-Chief of Medical Home Portal

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Mindy Tueller, MS, MCHES

Manager, Medical Home Portal and

Utah Children’s Care Coordination Network