The Pediatric Palliative Care and End-of-Life Treatment course is designed to provide information to practitioners who treat pediatric patients in the primary care with a subspecialty setting about palliative care for pediatric patients.
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Guided Learning Pathways
The lectures in this curriculum are intended to introduce you to the use of family history information in pediatrics and to review the basic patterns of genetic transmission. Family history is the most fundamental way to incorporate genetics into medical practice. Family history information can
This course is geared toward new employees at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta at Egleston as they complete their orientation in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit. This course is required to be completed prior to coming off orientation.
This course is geared toward fellow-level trainees as they rotate through the pediatric intensive care unit. It is intended for those fellows who are not pursuing a pediatric critical care subspecialty certification, but for those who have a PICU requirement as part of their training program (e.g