Children's Hospital of Orange County is accredited by the California Medical Association to provide AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ CME Activities for physicians. Physicians attending CHOC-approved CME programs may report Category 1 credit toward the CMA Certificate in CME and the AMA Physician's Recognition Award.
For further information please call the Academic Affairs Department/CME Program at (714) 509-8894 or (714) 509-8338.
Upcoming Grand Rounds:
NEW-PREVIOUSLY RECORDED GRAND ROUNDS AVAILABLE TO VIEW ONLINE!
CHOC Children’s is excited to announce the launch of archived Grand Rounds via streaming media. Recorded versions of the Grand Rounds will be available online shortly after presentations, starting with this week’s Grand Rounds.
Upcoming Grand Rounds:There are no upcoming events.
Upcoming Special Events:
|September 03, 2014 - Special Events|
Pediatrics Critical Care Colloquium
You are invited to attend the 21st Pediatric Critical Care Colloquium (PCCC). This three-day multidisciplinary, interactive program will provide a comprehensive review of late breaking issues affecting pediatric critical care. Attendees will include clinical subspecialists from all areas of pediatric critical care.
|January 23, 2015 - Special Events|
Sports Cardiology & Sudden Cardiac Arrest in the Young
Designed for practicing cardiologists, pediatric sports medicine physicians, pediatric orthorpedic physicians, internists, pediatricians and other health care professionals with an interest in sports cardiology and sudden cardiac arrest, this two-day conference will present current controversies on topics related to the diagnosis, therapy and prevention of cardiac arrest in young.
|March 11, 2015 - Special Events|
NeoHeart: Cardiovascular Management of the Neonate
Due to a significant increase in heart surgery performed during the neonatal period, it is imperative neonatologist learn about cardiac physiology. In parallel, it is imperative for cardiologist and cardiac intensivists to learn about neonatal physiology. NeoHeart is designed to merge the neonatal and cardiac practitioners.