Continuing Learning from a Distance with QI and NEW Digital Education

Ohio AAP recently travelled the state virtually with regional trainings on the following topics:

  • Implicit Bias
  • Lead Prevention: Epidemiology, Medical Management and Resources
  • Atopic Dermatitis in Primary Care
  • Power of Play
  • Sentinel Injuries

You will find these activities and more on our Pediatric Education Center.

Teen Immunizations National Quality Improvement Project 

The Ohio AAP is pleased to announce the launch of an adolescent immunization learning collaborative convened through the National AAP Chapter Quality Network (CQN). The primary goal will be to increase rates of the vaccines recommended for adolescents between 16 and 18 years of age. Eligible participants will receive Maintenance of Certification Part 2 and Part 4, and Performance Improvement Continuing Medical Education (PI CME). Deadline to enroll is August 31, 2020.

  • Contact Program Manager, Lory Sheeran Winland, MP at lwinland@ohioaap.org or at (614) 846-6258 for more information or if you are interested in participating.

 Ohio AAP Atopic Dermatitis Regional Trainings and QI Project

The Ohio AAP’s newest quality improvement and regional education program will focus on improving the recognition, diagnosis, and management of atopic dermatitis (AD) in primary care settings. Trainings will offer 3 hours of CME/MOC Part 2 Credit. There are FREE resources for families. The next training date is on:

  • September 17 – LIVE WEBINAR, 9 am-12 pm

REGISTER HERE: http://ohioaap.org/adproject/

Interested in upcoming QI project? One-year practice transformation program, with quality improvement coaching from a practice coach and guidance from the project team. 50 Points of MOC Part IV and 20 Points of MOC Part II credit will be available

 

Contact amiller@ohioaap.org with questions!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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