Enhancing Care for Children with Medical Complexity and Their Families

The Pediatric Complex Care Association is pleased to announce our spring online educational opportunities. Sessions focus on enhancing the care of children with medical complexity, along with timely topics such as medication safety, family education, transition to adulthood, and trauma-informed care.



Registration prices include access to on-demand recordings until September 30, 2023. Registered individuals will get the opportunity to earn up to 13 CME/CEU credits.

Enduring Materials Modules

MODULE 1 $200 4.0 Credits

  • Innovative Technology-Based Pharmacy Initiatives to Improve Medication Safety

  • Telehealth in Pediatric Complex Care: Innovations and Lessons Learned

  • Evaluation and Management of Urinary Tract Infections in the Complex Child

  • Supporting Transpyloric Feeding in Children with Medical Complexity

  • A Method to the Medicine: Improving Polypharmacy Reconciliation in Complex Care 

  • A Way to Get Home: Need-Driven Development of a Home Enteral Nutrition Clinic

MODULE 2 $200 4.0 Credits

  • Adventures in Assistive Technology: Engaging Individuals in Everyday Access

  • Infection Prevention Interventions: Improving Hand Hygiene Behaviors

  • Passy Muir Valves: Clinical Benefits Beyond Communication

  • Art and Innovation: Orthotic Management for Children with Medical Complexity

  • Care Beyond the Bedside: Optimizing Safety and Neurodevelopment in a Play-Based Space

  • St Mary's Hospital for Children: Restorative Nursing Program and Beyond

MODULE 3 $250 5 Credits

  • Rewarding Excellence and Promoting Growth: Development of a Clinical Ladder

  • The Roadmap to a Trauma-Informed Organization

  • Enhancing Family Care for the Medically Complex Child: Asynchronous Education and Home Simulation


  • Graduation from Complex Care—What Families of CMC and Community PCPs Need to Know

  • Family Certified Nursing Assistant Program

  • Through Potholes and Puddles: The Rough Road to Resilience

For more information contact PCCA at Pat@PediatricComplexCare.org or (732) 608-5350

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