- Utilize the correct medical evaluations of suspected abuse cases.
- Record an appropriate history in suspected child abuse cases.
- Effectively communicate with investigative services.
- Make note of abuse accurately in the medical record.
- Utilize recent clinical advances to cases of suspected child abuse.
Osler Pediatric Board Reviews are developed to help you pass your ABP exams (both initial certification and recertification) in addition to advance your clinical knowledge foundation. Emphasis isplaced on evidence-based medicine and board-relevant standards of care, integrating new ideas, methods and treatments. The six-day didactic course includes presentations that explore the entire field of Pediatrics. The program is designed in a rapid-fire format to target a larger percentage of board and practice relevant knowledge with Q&A examples woven into each lecture. In addition to the discussions the program includes a searchable e-syllabus with all PowerPoint® presentations. The powerful, interactive presentations are supplemented with simples outlines that contain a board range of information commonly found in standardized board examinations as well as basic guidelines for clinical practice. A clinical picture quiz is given for review and discussion throughout the course. Many of our previous attendees found the course equipped them with improved diagnostic and testing strategies, a better comprehension of all major disease entities as they relate to general practice of Pediatrics, and helped them identify areas of knowledge weakness for further self-study.
Neurology: Seizures and Coma *** Congenital and Acquired Neurologic Diseases *** Neuromuscular Diseases
Cardiology:Congenital Heart Diseases in Children *** Congenital Heart Diseases in Newborns *** Arrhythmias *** Cardiac Problems in Systemic Diseases
Neonatology: Normal Newborns *** Neonatal Diseases *** Neonatal Critical Care *** Apnea and SIDS
Adolescent Medicine: Health Maintenance Exams *** Family Planning and STDs *** Adolescent Gynecology *** Growth and Development
Infectious Disease:Parasitic Infections *** Bacterial Infections *** Viral and Mycotic Infections *** Immunizations *** HIV and AIDS
Nephrology: Congenital Uropathies *** Glomerular Nephritis and UTI's *** Fluids and Electrolytes *** Nephrotic Syndromes *** Renal Hypertension
Endocrinology: Thyroid *** Parathyroid *** Adrenal and Gonadal *** Diabetes Mellitus *** Growth Retardation
Hematology-Oncology: Red Cell Disorders *** White Cell Disorders *** Platelets and Coagulation *** Oncology
Pulmonary Diseases: Asthma *** Cystic Fibrosis *** Pneumonia *** Allergy and Immunology *** Immune Physiology *** Immunodeficiency *** Allergies
Behavioral Pediatrics: Psychological Development *** Behavioral Disorders *** Child and Substance Abuse
Gastroenterology: Acute Abdominal Pain *** Jaundice*** Vomiting and Diarrhea ***Recurrent Abdominal Pain
Genetics: Chromosomal Anomalies *** Morphologic Syndromes *** Pediatric Emergencies *** Toxicology *** Inborn Errors of Metabolism
Other Specialties: Orthopedics ***Radiology *** Ophthalmology *** Otolaryngology ***Dermatology Radiology *** Rheumatology *** Emergencies