Infant, Child, and Adolescent Medicine (ICAM)

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June 10-13, 2015 | Washington, DC (Reston, VA)

Learn how to best care for your youngest patients with this review of evidence-based insight on pediatric care created by family physicians, for family physicians. Early bird pricing available.

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Infant, Child, and Adolescent Medicine: Live Course   (Live)

24 Credits

Improve care for your younger patients with a comprehensive review of the latest information on pediatric medicine at this 3-1/2 day live course.

   

Infant, Child, and Adolescent Medicine: Self-Study   (Online, Self-study)

24.5 Credits

Cover issues ranging from common neonatal problems and well-child exams to drug abuse in adolescents. Online and flash drive formats.

 

Childhood Illness SAM Working Groups   (Live)

0 Credits

Review congenital, chronic, and infectious illness of children and simplify the ABFM’s MC-FP Part II requirement.


 

Well Child Care SAM Working Groups   (Live)

0 Credits

Review childhood growth, development, and more through this one-day session and simplify the ABFM’s MC-FP Part II requirement.

 

METRIC®   (Online)

20 Credits

Improve care for patients with asthma, and fulfill the ABFM's MC-FP Part IV requirement, through a streamlined method of evaluating and strengthening your practice functions and systems.

   

FP Essentials #428: Oral Health   (Online, Self-study)

5 Credits

This month's monograph covers: prevention of dental disease, treatment of dental trauma and pain, orthodontic treatment, dentures and dental implants.


   

FP Essentials #417: Sports Medicine in Children   (Online, Self-study)

5 Credits

This month's monograph covers: sports-related concussion, common overuse injuries, knee pain and preparticipation physical evaluation.

   

FP Essentials #410: Disorders of Childhood Growth and Development   (Online, Self-study)

5 Credits

This monograph addresses: failure to thrive versus short stature, childhood obesity, precocious puberty, and screening and evaluation of the child who misses developmental milestones.

   

HPV: Reduce the Risk for Adolescent Patients   (Online, Self-study)

1 Credits

Improve your skills to understand which patients have the lowest HPV vaccination rates and poorest outcome post-infection and more in this free webcast.


     

Webinar: HPV: Reduce the Risk for Adolescent Patients   (Live, Online, Course Reg Pages)

1 Credits

As a follow up to the HPV webcast, further your ability to improve your patients’ HPV vaccination rates with this free webinar on March 30.

   

Overcoming Barriers to Increasing Child and Adolescent Immunizations   (Online, Self-study)

1 Credits

Learn to overcome physician-identified barriers of managing complex immunization schedules, vaccine shortages, and parent concerns in this free webcast.