Webinar Recordings

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Missed the 2021 TPS Annual Meeting with all enduring CME and MOC? You can still have access!

The CME sessions for the TPS Annual Meeting are considered exclusive content for the registrants of the meeting.  All sessions are offered as enduring content and accessible to registrants until August 31, 2022.  Offering 21.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™, and 11.75 credits in ethics and/or professional responsibility and 21.75 MOC Part 2 points we have something for everyone. You may register to view the enduring sessions by contacting Crystal Healey at crystal.healey@txpeds.org

MOC:
Successful completion of this CME activity, which includes participation in the activity and individual assessment of and feedback to the learner, enables the learner to earn up to 21.75 MOC points in the American Board of Pediatrics’ (ABP) Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program. It is the CME  activity provider’s responsibility to submit learner completion information to ACCME for the purpose of granting ABP MOC credit.

ACCREDITATION:
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of the Texas A&M University College of Medicine and Texas Pediatric Society to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

DESIGNATION:
Texas A&M University College of Medicine designates this Other activity, combination of enduring and live sessions for a maximum of 21.75 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians should claim only credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

PAST WEBINAR RECORDINGS

The Effect of the COVID-19 Pandemic on School-Aged Immunizations (July 14, 2021)
Speakers: Jason TerkMD, FAAP; Hill Powell, JD; Karen Schwind, BN, RN, NCSN
This webinar will provide education and resources for school administrators on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on immunization rates among school-aged children. Experts will discuss immunizations, the critical role they play in protecting children from preventable diseases, and how school administrators can use this information to make your schools healthier and safer. This webinar is a collaboration between the American Academy of Pediatrics, Texas Pediatric Society, Texas School Nurse Organization, and The Immunization Partnership
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TPS CME and MOC Webinar: MIS-C and Mimics (May 26, 2021)
Speakers: Andrea Dean, MD, FAAP and Tiphanie Vogel, MD, PhD, FAAP
Several cases of children admitted to Texas Children’s Hospital for observation and evaluation for MIS-C and their subsequent discharge diagnoses presented. Only those who attended the live event are eligible for CME.

TPS Webinar: How COVID-19 Spreads: A Review (May 10, 2021)
Speaker: Manjusha Gaglani, MD 
This webinar contains basic knowledge for healthcare professionals to utilize with their staff when implementing infection control best practices in their offices. We encourage all allied health, nurses, nurse practitioners, medical assistants, office managers, and first-year medical students to view. Only those who attended the live event are eligible for CME and MOC.
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Teens Who Vape: How to Diagnose and Treat Patients with Nicotine Addiction (May 4, 2021)
Speaker: Lindy McGee, MD
This webinar was recorded to view at any time for those who are unable to attend the live event. However, only those who attended the live event are eligible for CME and MOC.

How Respiratory Droplets Spread COVID-19 (April 29, 2021)
Speaker: Sarmistha B. Hauger, MD, FAAP
This webinar was recorded to view at any time for those who are unable to attend the live event. However, only those who attended the live event are eligible for CME and MOC.
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Immunizations 101: The Basics of Immunization Reccomendations (April 26, 2021)
Speakers: Jason TerkMD, FAAP and Allsion Winnike, JD
This webinar provides an overview of immunization recommendations for lawmakers and legislative staff. The webinar addresses access barriers, vaccine efficacy, and the Texas Vaccines for Children program. Presenters also review data and recent spikes in vaccine-preventable diseases and provide insight on community immunity. 

Vaping in Teens: Why Are They Doing it and How Do We Fight it (3/25/2021)
Speaker: Lindy McGee, MD
This webinar was recorded to view at any time for those who are unable to attend the live event. However, only those who attended the live event are eligible for CME.

Advance Your Pediatric Career: Leadership Paths, Advocacy, Mentorship Program, and More! (12/14/20)
As a TPS resident or fellow hear how TPS can help you along your career path. TPS past board resident representative Emily Hopkins, MD, will share how TPS is here to help you through engagement, advocacy training, abstract recognition, and other unique opportunities. As a TPS resident member you have access to committees, complimentary events, grant projects, and more. Do not miss the opportunity to explore how organized medicine can help advance your career. 

From Screening to Differential Diagnosis for Infants with Possible Congenital Zika Virus Infection (12/8/20)
Speaker: Flor Munoz, MD, FAAP
Baylor College of Medicine
Objectives: 1. Identify the recommended screenings for infants with possible Congenital Zika Virus Infection; 2. Recognize differential diagnosis for infants with possible Congenital Zika Virus Infection; 3. Review the current knowledge of
Non-Neonatal Zika Infection in Children.This webinar was recorded to view at any time for those who are unable to attend the live event. However, only those who attended the live event are eligible for CME.

After the Storm: Neurodevelopmental follow up for infants with congenital Zika infection (11/17/20)
Speaker: Joseph B. Cantey, MD, FAAP
UT Health San Antonio
Objectives: 1. Outline the care and coordination necessary to treat infants with congenital Zika Virus Infection in the medical home; 2. Identify services and referrals that may be needed for infants with possible Congenital Zika Virus Infection.This webinar was recorded to view at any time for those who are unable to attend the live event. However, only those who attended the live event are eligible for CME.

COVID-19: When Home Isn't a Safe Place
Family violence is not a simple problem even outside of a global pandemic. During COVID-19, it becomes yet more complicated. In this Texas Medical Association podcast, a guest panel of four physician experts in family violence, intimate partner violence, and child abuse address how family violence has changed during COVID-19 and how medicine can respond. CME credit is available.

Implementing Virtual Well Child Visits Into Your Medical Home
Hear from TPS members, Angela Moemeka, MD, and Sogol Pahlavan, MD, and to learn about using virtual well child visits in your practice. Topics include: what is allowable for telemedicine well child visits, changes in operations that are needed, common mistakes, lessons learned, and much more. Hear how they have implemented telemedicine visits in their own practices and get helpful tips. 

Telemedicine Keys to Success
Not sure where to start with Telemedicine? In light of COVID-19, many of you have "opened your doors" to telemedicine appointments. As a prequel to the TPS Annual Meeting, we are providing TPS members with a complimentary webinar to hone your telemedicine skills. If you are looking for telemedicine basics such as how to set up, manage, transform, best practices, address parent concerns, privacy and payment issues – this is the "101" you've been waiting for!

Identifying Mental Health Issues, Child Abuse, and ACEs During a Pandemic
On June 13, 2020, the TPS Committee on Mental Health presented a complimentary webinar on the possible impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the mental health of children and adolescents and Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). The webinar included a discussion on ACEs and how pediatricians in the “telemedicine visit” arena can effectively identify child abuse in families, and screen for and identify mental health disorders in the adolescent population. Slides here.
Related links from speakers:

Society and Adolescent Health - COVID-19: Resources for Parents and Teens
Child Mind Institute - Supporting Teenagers and Young Adults During the Coronavirus Crisis
HealthyChildren.org - Teens & COVID-19: Challenges and Opportunities During the Outbreak
Center for Parent & Teen Communication - Raising Youth of Color in a Complex World
Pediatrics - “The Talk,” Physician Version: Special Considerations for African American, Male Adolescents
Pediatrics - The Impact of Racism on Child and Adolescent Health

Webinar Recording: Implementing the Child Psychiatry Access Network for Pediatricians- CPAN
The 86th Texas Legislature created the Child Psychiatry Access Network (CPAN) – a major TPS legislative victory – to expand access to consultation and telehealth supports for pediatricians treating children and youth with mental health needs, and their families. Learn more about CPAN’s implementation and how to utilize it in your practice through our webinar featuring guest speakers David Lakey, MD; Laurel Williams, DO; and Nhung Tran, MD. You can also listen to audio only. Slides are available here.

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