Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics Mini-Fellowship for Pediatric Health Care Professionals
7:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Purpose: The purpose of this Mini-Fellowship is to enhance the health care knowledge and patient care skills that pediatric health care professionals possess for common developmental and behavioral problems, including autism, intellectual disability, language and motor delays, learning disabilities, and ADHD.
Description: Pediatric health care professionals, including primary care pediatricians, family physicians, pediatric and family nurse
practitioners, and physicians assistants, will provide precepted patient care each day for 5 consecutive days within the Center for Child Development. The clinic sessions will be tailored to the individual learning goals of each pediatric health care professional. There also will be instruction on high-yield topics in the field of developmental disabilities. For example, one half-day session will be devoted to training on the STAT-MD autism screening tool.
Do you have questions, or are you interested in registering? Click the "Register" button above and provide contact information to request additional information. Event facilitator Tara Minor will reach out to you upon receipt of your info.
CME: Participants will receive up to 47.5 hours of CME credit.
Course Director: Tyler Reimschisel, M.D., MHPE, Director, Division of Developmental Medicine and the Center for Child Development; Director, Vanderbilt Consortium LEND
- Linda Ashford, Ph.D.
- Alexandra Thompson Bateman, MSN APRN, CPNP
- David Crnobori, M.Ed., BCBA
- Allie Deckard, MSN. APRN, CPNP
- Paul Dressler, M.D.
- Rachel Goode, M.D.
- Allison Oldacre Griffin, MSN, APRN, CPNP
- Rachel Hundley, Ph.D.
- A. Pablo Juárez, M.Ed., BCBA
- Alice Lawrence, M.D.
- Angie Maxwell-Horn, M.D.
- Catherine Mize, MSN, APRN, NP-C
- Sheryl Rimrodt-Frierson, M.D.
Featured topics include:
- Intellectual disability
- Language and motor delays
- Learning disabilities
- Interprofessional approach to developmental and behavioral concerns
- Online and community resources for individuals with neurodevelopmental disabilities and their families
Sponsored by: Vanderbilt Consortium Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND) Program, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Department of Pediatrics, Division of Developmental Medicine and the Center for Child Development