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PACES — peer-to-peer online pediatric training for clinicians

What is PACES at UC Davis Health?

We invite you to join the PACES online learning community! Listen to find out how you can join us to stay up to date on the latest pediatric clinical guidelines and resources.

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Virtual roundtable

Pediatric Trauma Roundtable

With warmer weather and children playing outside more, it is perfect timing to welcome guest speaker, Dr. Holly Leshikar, assistant professor of pediatric orthopaedic surgery at UC Davis Children's Hospital.  Dr. Leshikar will share her expertise in management of children with orthopaedic injuries and discuss transfer considerations.

The roundtable will be moderated by Dr. Heather McKnight, chief of pediatric hospital medicine, and Dr. Leah Tzimenatos, chief of pediatric emergency medicine at UC Davis Children’s Hospital.

This roundtable is intended for external community providers. 

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Wednesday, April 14, 2021
12 - 1 p.m.

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To enhance the security of our meeting, we are asking participants to register in advance.

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The PACES team invites you to join us on Slack where we can have ongoing conversations, collaborate, and share resources and updates in a fast, easy, safe and secure environment.

Email Charlaine Hamilton to request an invitation to our Slack channel

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On-demand webinar

Pediatric BRUE

This course gives clinicians an opportunity to increase their knowledge of brief resolved unexplained events (BRUE) in pediatric patients through case presentations and review of current clinical guidelines.

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