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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 rese​arch 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​

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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. Available until June 10, 2022.

Food Allergy Update
Jill Hanson, M.D.

In this presentation on food allergy, Dr. Hanson will review the pathophysiology of IgE mediated food allergy, identify the limitations of IgE based testing in certain clinical scenarios and discuss clinical cases emphasizing important concepts in food allergy evaluation and management for patients. Available until July 15, 2022.

Pediatric Leukodystrophies
Dinesh Lulla, M.D.

Dr. Lulla will review with participants the classification and presentation of white matter disorders in children, identify the approach to diagnosing leukodystrophies and treatment options/ongoing research in leukodystrophies. Available until August 4, 2022.

Urologic Surgical Issues on Pediatric Patients: Hernias to Disorders of Sexual Differentiation
Kathy Schall, M.D.

This ses​sion will differentiate which urological surgical issues a​re an emergency, identify common pediatric urological problems and discuss common presentations of disorders of sexual differentiation. ​Available until September 30, 2022.