A 10-week mini-fellowship for pediatric health care professionals will enhance knowledge and patient care skills of common developmental and behavioral challenges, including autism spectrum disorder, intellectual disability, language and motor delays, learning disabilities, and ADHD.
The health care professional will spend half a day per week for 10 weeks in the Center of Child Development seeing patients with developmental pediatricians and other health care professionals. Through clinical shadowing, case discussion, and a few formal classroom sessions, the participants will learn about developmental-behavioral pediatrics. The clinic sessions will be tailored to the individual learning goals of each pediatric health care professional.
Participants will receive up to 50 hours of CME credit and will meet on consecutive Thursdays starting September 6 and concluding November 15, 2018. The mini-fellowship is sponsored by the Vanderbilt Consortium Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND) Program, the Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Department of Pediatrics, Division of Developmental Medicine and the Center for Child Development.
Contact Tara Minor for more information, or to register.
Last Updated: 6/18/2018 3:44:31 PM
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