Overview

Overview

Worldwide Reach

The Center for Continuing Education is responsible for one of the largest and most diverse CME programs in the world, providing high quality pediatric medical education programs for physicians, nurses and other healthcare professionals.

Our continuing education program is certified by Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education as an accredited provider of continuing medical education.

In an effort to keep medical professionals aware of new information, techniques, and technologies that improve pediatric patient care, the Center for Continuing Education provides access to:

  • On-site lectures and events at Cleveland Clinic’s campuses, as well as other locations around our communities
  • International meetings, some of which provide CME from Cleveland Clinic, others provide CME from national sources
  • Live surgery demonstrations
  • Hands-on workshops
  • Online activities
Disease Management

Disease Management

At the core of our website is the Disease Management Project, a virtual textbook of medicine. An emphasis on nationally accepted standards of care helps ensure that our pediatric treatment recommendations are based on sound scientific research.

Grand Rounds

Grand Rounds

Course Objectives

Pediatric Grand Rounds are designed to discuss and evaluate evolving diagnostics and therapeutics as they relate to general and subspecialty pediatrics; identify and critique quality-of-care issues in pediatrics; and describe community and academic resources relevant to contemporary pediatric practice.

Information

Information

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CME Opportunities

CME Opportunities

Cleveland Clinic Children’s offers live and web-based CME opportunities to physicians. Below is a listing of upcoming CME opportunities available through Cleveland Clinic Children’s.

Live CME

Pediatric Board Review Symposium

August 29 - September 2, 2016 | Renaissance Hotel | Cleveland, OH

To learn more, visit the website.

1st Annual Advances in Pediatric and Congenital Heart Care: From Single Ventricle to Failing Fontan

September 16 - 17, 2016 | InterContinental Hotel and Bank of America Conference Center | Cleveland, OH

To learn more, visit the website.

Free Virtual CME

Cleveland Clinic offers free pediatric online CME including “The Approach to Pediatric Patients with Recurrent Fevers,” an interactive case-based lesson in Cleveland Clinic’s popular Disease Management Clinical Decisions series. Learn more about our free online CME programs below.

CAAIDology Education Series

Designed to update and educate physicians about salient autoinflammatory disease issues. Current research has found that childhood autoinflammatory disease (CAID), also known as periodic fever syndromes, can be a cause of recurrent fevers in adults, adding another layer to the pathogenesis, identification, and treatment. This series includes a number of components led by Dr. Steven Spalding, Director of Cleveland Clinic Children’s Center for Pediatric Rheumatology.

Webcast: The Autoinflammatory Syndromes: All Who Fever Are Not Infected

Text-based Cases:

  • The Approach to Pediatric Patients with Recurrent Fevers
  • When Fevers May Not Be a Sign of Infection

Additional Text-Based pediatric CME courses include:

Screening and Detecting Early Signs of Autism Spectrum Disorders in Children Under Age Three

Well Baby Care