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.
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This event is part of a series of trainings for pediatricians on identifying, managing, and referring children with mental health disorders.
Recorded educational conference for general practitioners on common neurological concerns they may be approached with.
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One out of five children suffers from a mental health condition. That’s more than 150,000 children in Orange County alone. Chances are someone you know, or even someone in your family, is affected.
CHOC Children’s provides Grand Rounds to its medical staff, employees and community pediatricians. Grand Rounds is an hour-long educational activity held weekly. Experts from CHOC Children’s and across the country provide the latest education on new or changing practice guidelines, relevant case studies, diagnoses or management of general pediatric conditions. Each Grand Rounds is planned to implement immediate change in CHOC’s physician learner practice to improve patient outcomes. Grand Rounds are open to all clinicians and attendance is free.