When your schedule is booked solid, maintaining required certifications can be a challenge. That's why Children's Healthcare of Atlanta offers a variety of free continuing medical education (CME) opportunities and online training resources to help even the busiest providers stay up-to-date. In addition to CME credits, Strong4Life has videos and other resources from our experts to help answer tough questions from patients and families on child wellness and obesity-related conditions and comorbidities.
Watch our archived webcasts on childhood obesity comorbidities and complete a brief evaluation and post-test to earn free CME credits:
- Stress and Wellness
- Asthma and Wellness
- Sleep and Wellness
- Raising Healthy Eaters
- Evaluating, Treating and Managing Lipid Disorders
- Evaluating and Managing Insulin Resistance and Related Conditions
- Evaluating and Managing Hypertension
Children's Healthcare of Atlanta is accredited by the Medical Association of Georgia to provide continuing medical education for physicians. Children's designates this activity for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™.
Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Strong4Life offers an American Board of Pediatrics MOC Program incorporating motivational interviewing and goal-setting techniques to use with families to improve the effectiveness of childhood obesity counseling. Created in collaboration with Kids Health First Pediatric Alliance, this MOC Program is available to all board-certified Georgia pediatricians seeking MOC Part 4 Credit.
Key program components include:
- Attend Strong4Life Provider Training session (CME credit provided)
- Incorporate standardized history and physical assessment components
- Submit monthly data to measure quality improvement
- Complete a survey upon program completion and six months after completion
- Conduct two in-office staff meetings for program implementation and data comparison
Throughout the six-month quality improvement program, participants will practice motivational interviewing skills and use standardized assessment tools to promote evidence-based obesity prevention messages with children ages 6 to 11.
Click here for more information or to register for the program