Grand Rounds

Join us every Thursday morning from 8:00 – 9:00 a.m. via live WebEx to learn about current topics and trends in pediatrics as we partner with you during these challenging times. If you would like a calendar appointment notice, please email education@childrensmn.org and request to be added to the distribution list.

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Talking Pediatrics

Join us each week as we bring intriguing stories and relevant pediatric health care information that will surprise, challenge and perhaps change how you care for the most amazing people on Earth — kids!

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Talking Pediatrics: A clinical podcast by Children's Minnesota
 

Fetal Cardiology Virtual Workshop

This is a 4-hour virtual course designed to educate medical providers involved in the care of pregnant women on the indications, screening views, and common anomalies seen in fetal congenital heart disease. Additionally we will cover basic spectral Doppler evaluation of the fetal vessels (including MCA, ductus venosus, and umbilical cord) as well as a collaborative approach to fetal evaluation in complex medical disease. 

Join us on September 25, 2021!

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13th Annual Pediatric Wound Management and Suturing Workshop

Workshop provides both lecture- and skills-based learning opportunities for attendees in order to learn more about suturing techniques, considerations for laceration repair in pediatric patients, the use sedation and other adjuncts in wound management, and other knowledge and skills related to acute wound management. 

Target Audience: Physicians, Advanced Practice Nurses, Physician Assistants, and Nurses who suture. 

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NEW! Advanced Fetal Cardiology Virtual Workshop

This is a 5-hour virtual course designed to build upon the Basic Fetal Cardiology Workshop content.  The goal is to educate medical providers involved in the care of pregnant women on complex fetal cardiac anomalies (including venous anomalies, vascular rings, Ebstein anomaly and Heterotaxy) and fetal arrhythmia assessment.   Additionally, we will cover evaluation of fetal cardiac function and how to calculate Tei index and combined cardiac output measurements. To close, we will review some wild and wacky cardiac cases. 

Join us on October 16, 2021!

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Virtual CREATE™ - Childhood Cancer Rehabilitation

This course will provide comprehensive cancer rehabilitation program training designed to educate the inter-professional team in providing evidence-based rehabilitation services to a complex population in a complex setting. This course will include education on functional impairments of childhood cancer survivors, evidence-based rehabilitation assessment and interventions (physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech-language pathology), oncology provider screening recommendations, the prospective surveillance model of care across the cancer continuum, and inter-professional program development components.

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Grand Rounds

Join us every Thursday morning from 8:00 – 9:00 a.m. via live WebEx to learn about current topics and trends in pediatrics as we partner with you during these challenging times. If you would like a calendar appointment notice, please email education@childrensmn.org and request to be added to the distribution list.

COVID-19 Resources

Children’s Minnesota and Children’s Health Network continues efforts around the COVID-19 pandemic to ensure the safety of our patients, families and clinical teams. We are taking steps to provide the latest information and guidelines for clinicians.

Podcast

Join us each week as we bring intriguing stories and relevant pediatric health care information that will surprise, challenge and perhaps change how you care for the most amazing people on Earth—kids!

Neonatal Care Best Practices

Join us for Neonatal Care Best Practices, a virtual education series by Children's Minnesota. Held the third Tuesday of each month, events focus on topics relevant to caring for neonates