CME Opportunities and Events

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Pediatric Disaster Preparedness MOC Part IV Initiative-Sign-up by 12/31/2019
  The Emergency Medical Services for Children (EMSC) Innovation & Improvement Center (IIC), with assistance from the American Academy of Pediatrics, has developed a new Maintenance of Certification Part 4 Initiative – Pediatric Disaster Preparedness. Targeted toward clinic-based providers that take care of children, this initiative aims to better prepare participants to create change strategies that will increase office practice preparedness for disasters. Additional information about this opportunity is available online, including an MOC Recruitment PowerPoint that describes the requirements for participation. After confirming participation in this initiative, an email will be sent prompting the participant to complete a required Environmental Scan that is due Monday, January 20, 2020. Participants will be asked to complete the full initiative in 6 months. It is expected that about 10 hours of work would be needed to complete the initiative. Questions can be directed to

Texas Health Steps Online Provider Education: Self paced online courses that provide CME credit free of charge. These web-based modules provide relevant information and reference materials on more than 50 topics designed for physicians and providers who treat Texas children and youth. You can access useful resources on this site at any time on an unlimited basis, even when not taking a course. Offerings include courses, webinars, podcasts, case studies, and tutorials accessible through mobile devices.

Disclaimer: Except for programs sponsored by TPS, AAP, TMA, or the AMA, listing of a CME activity does not represent an endorsement of the program by the TPS but is provided for informational purposes only.

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