Live Webinar Offerings –

The Role of Pediatrics in Disaster Preparedness Webinar – LAURENCE FLINT, MD, MS, MBA, FAAP

Cost – 
    Members – FREE
    Non-Members – $15

Disasters big and small occur regularly and often without any warning.  They may be widespread across a large area or may be local in nature. They may come be the result of natural phenomenon such as severe weather, or may result from accidents or other man-made events. Inevitably though, children are likely to be involved and, more often than not, affected disproportionately higher than adults, physically and psychologically. Disasters place significant stress on the affected healthcare systems, including the pediatric providers and age-specific resources needed to deliver care to these children and their families. Additionally, these systems and providers may themselves be directly impacted by the disaster as well.

Increased readiness by the pediatric community to respond to these events goes a long way towards mitigating the impact of disasters on victims and their families.  This webinar presents an introduction to disaster preparedness for those involved in the medical care of children and should be beneficial to those in community and hospital settings alike. Learning objectives of this presentation are to:

  1. Review ways to prepare our hospitals and practices for disasters
  2. Outline disaster related competencies applicable to pediatric providers
  3. Direct professionals to appropriate educational resources for disaster preparation and response


Enduring Material Offerings –

Food Insecurity & Child Health in New Jersey

Free CME Archived Webinar

Describe the issue of food insecurity (FI) in NJ and the US

  • Recognize the impacts of FI child health and development
  • Employ validated screening tools for FI
  • Utilize positive communication/intervention strategies to connect with families
  • Identify resources to aid practice implementation of screening and referral of patients to community resources

Archived Webinars

Anxiety Disorders in Children and Adolescents: The Role of Pediatricians (Carrie Masia, PhD) – November 3rd – 12:30-1:30PM – [Recording]

Clinical Presentation of SLE in Children & Adolescents (L. Nandini Moorthy, MD, MBBS, MS, FAAP) [RECORDING / PDF]

Management of SLE in Children & aDOLESCENTS (L. Nandini Moorthy, MD, MBBS, MS, FAAP) [RECORDING / PDF]

Dental Team CARE (Child Abuse Recognition & Education) – Steven Kairys, MD, MPH, FAAP & Sam Wakim, DMD, MPH [Slides / Recording]

FETAL ALCOHOL SPECTRUM DISORDER WEBINAR SERIES – 1.0 CME (Physician) contact hour awarded per webinar

Part 1 – Prenatal Alcohol Exposure – Register Here!
Part 2 – Assessment & Management of FASD – Register Here!
Part 3 – Addressing Behavioral and Educational Issues to Support Children with FAS/FASD and Their Families – Register Here!

Human Trafficking 101 – [Recording / Slides]

Human Trafficking: The Clinical Aspects – [Recording / Slides]

Pediatric Partnership Initiative (PPI)

Using the AAP’s Mental Health Toolkit [Recording / Slides]
NJ Children’s System of Care (CSOC) [Recording / Slides]
Cultural Competence: Addressing Cultural Diversity Issues in Clinical Care [Recording / Slides]
Quality Improvement Fundamentals [Recording / Slides]
Connecting with Patients and Families  [Recording / Slides]
Helping Children Cope After a Disaster [Recording / Slides]
Implementing Developmental Screening Tools [Recording / Slides]
Payment – Coding and Documentation [Recording / Slides]
Positive Parenting and its Effect on Resiliency [Recording / Slides]
How Children Come to Understand Illness and How We Can Learn to Explain It Better [Recording / Slides]

Prevent Child Abuse & Neglect Through Dental Awareness (PANDA) [Recording]

Patient-Centered Medical Home Transformation and Recognition/Certification Programs – Ruth  Gubernick, PhDc, MPH, MCMH, CCE   Recording]

Reducing the Risk of SIDS and Other Sleep-related Deaths with the 2016 Evidence-based Safe Sleep Infant Sleep Guidelines of the AAP – Barbara Ostfeld, PhD [Recording / Slides]