Physician Education Series: On-Demand Lectures
Physician Education Series is a series of free CME accredited medical and clinical presentations covering various aspects of pediatric specialties, including screenings, diagnosis and treatments, co-occurring conditions and differential diagnosis. The one-hour presentations are presented by medical, clinical and research staff at Boys Town National Research Hospital.
Presentations are free and include AMA Category 1 Credit
Sign up for an on-demand video link. Viewers will receive an email link with survey. Survey completion is required to obtain credit.
Available On-Demand Lectures
Eosinophilic Esophagitis – Practical Approach to Diagnosis and Management
Sharad Kunnath, M.D.
This presentation will identify and determine the clinical presentation of eosinophilic esophagitis and the diagnostic criteria it will present in children and discuss the major treatment strategies for the management of eosinophilic esophagitis in children and adolescents.
Encephalitis in Pediatric Patients
Shaguna Mathur, M.D.
Participants will learn and understand what encephalitis is and the different types there are, be able to identify the common signs and determine the treatment for encephalitis patients.
Vaccine Update in Pediatric Care
Meera Varman, M.D.
Pediatric infectious disease specialist, Dr. Meera Varman will review the impact of COVID-19 on pediatric immunizations and provide the tools needed to help improve these pediatric immunization rates as well as give you a current update on pediatric vaccines and where they are headed.
Pediatric Chest Wall Defects
Stephen Raynor, M.D.
Participants will be able to identify the different types of pediatric chest wall defects, understand the available options for care.
Update in Pediatric Peanut Allergy
Jill Hanson, M.D.
This presentation will discuss the updated peanut allergy guidelines, describe testing modalities for peanut allergies and their usefulness and discuss oral immunotherapy (OTI) and it's role in the treatment of peanut allergies.
Periodic Fever/Autoinflammatory Fever Syndromes
Adam Reinhardt, M.D.
This presentation will review general characteristics that are commonly associated to autoinflammatory/periodic syndromes as well as identify the key clinical features that differentiate autoinflammatory/periodic fevers syndromes from fevers related to recurrent infections.
Overview of Pediatric Gastroenterology
Jon Vanderhoof, M.D.
During this presentation participants will learn the most common pediatric gastroenterology disorders encountered during routine clinical pediatric visits. Dr. Vanderhoof also discusses the key to therapy of chronic constipation in pediatric patients.
Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)
Jennifer Inbarasu, M.D.
During this presentation participants will learn the basics of Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), recognize the impact caregivers’ experience while parenting a defiant child.
New Insights into Otitis Media with Effusion and Hearing Loss
Richard Tempero, M.D.
This presentation will look at the full spectrum of conductive hearing loss in children with Otitis Media with Effusion, review an indicator of hearing loss and be able to detect if hearing loss persists after the resolution of Otitis Median with Effusion.