PACES provides longitudinal learning on pediatric topics to clinicians who care for pediatric patients at community hospitals. We have recorded a number of our live sessions for on-demand viewing.

Each one-hour webinar includes a 30-minute presentation on a pediatric clinical guideline and 30 minutes dedicated to real-case discussions.

How to earn CME credit

All our webinars qualify for continuing medical education credit. To earn CME credit, please access these videos by clicking the “Earn CME credit” button, which will take you to the UC Davis section of CMEcalifornia.com.

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On-demand webinar

Pediatric head trauma

Clinicians viewing this course will learn about a head trauma algorithm and recommmended treatment guidelines.

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On-demand webinar

Pediatric sepsis

This course defines SIRS and sepsis for pediatric patients and discusses the criteria for sepsis. It also reviews current diagnostic and management strategies.

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On-demand webinar

Pediatric diabetic ketoacidosis

Health sciences professionals viewing this course will learn the protocol for diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) treatment, including lab criteria.

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Pediatric bronchiolitis

On-demand webinar

Pediatric bronchiolitis

This course describes the use of a respiratory assessment classification to evaluate infants and identifies parameters for high-flow nasal cannula and transfer.

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All you need to know about CME credits

Live webinars

Continuing medical education (CME) credits are available for the live, online webinars in the form of AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Attendees will receive a code after the webinar to complete an evaluation and claim their CME certificate on CMECalifornia.com.

Recorded, on-demand webinars

Recorded sessions of each webinar are also available online via CMECalifornia.com, where community clinicians have the opportunity to not only view the session but complete a test and evaluation to receive continuing medical education (CME) credits. Please navigate to the UC Davis section of CMECalifornia.com to see the available courses.

Accreditation

The University of California, Davis, Health is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Please see the individual course material for specific accreditation information as it relates to that course.

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