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UCLA Pediatric Board Review Course

Mattel Children's Hospital UCLA and
Office of Continuing Medical Education
David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA

Mattel Children’s Hospital UCLA and Office of Continuing Medical Education, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA recently recorded the The 19th Annual UCLA Pediatric Board Review Course. This activity is now available in Online Video, DVD video, Audio CDs, or combination options to fit your schedule and preparation preference.


 
CREDITS Earn up to 44.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
CE RELEASE September 15, 2014
CE EXPIRE September 15, 2017
ONLINE PRICE $1,395.00
(You will be redirected to Oakstone.com)
 

Description


Study with some of the finest practitioners of pediatric medicine in the world. The UCLA Pediatric Board Review Course is a comprehensive review of sub specialty and general pediatrics. Through case-based reviews of clinical problems and the latest literature, the course provides unbiased content and enhances your knowledge so that you may confidently incorporate the latest guidelines and recommendations into your practice. Designed to maximize performance on the American Board of Pediatrics exam, the course’s lectures and practice quizzes focus on identifying the patterns, links and associations that lead to proper diagnosis. This comprehensive review fully prepares you for board exams and provides AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. It is intended for those preparing for the ABP certification examination, those undergoing ABP recertification, and pediatricians and family practitioners seeking an intensive refresher course in pediatrics.

Special Oakstone benefits when you order the UCLA Pediatric Board Review Course

  • Access to unbiased, evidence-based content and case based reviews in pediatrics and its subspecialties
  • Your choice of online, video or audio formats
  • Immersion in a comprehensive review of your field
  • Ability to use pattern recognition to diagnose common and unusual problems and diseases in children
  • Ability to describe therapeutic approaches after the diagnosis is established
  • Preparation for certification or recertification on the American Board of Pediatrics exam
  • Ability to recognize important links and associations that may be tested on the exam

 
 

Intended Audience


The UCLA Pediatric Board Review Course was planned for those preparing for the ABP certification examination, those undergoing ABP recertification, and pediatricians and family practitioners seeking an intensive refresher course in pediatrics


 
 

Topics & Speakers


  • GI
    Suzanne McDiarmid, MD

  • Rheumatology
    Deborah McCurdy, MD

  • Genetics
    Julian Martinez, MD

  • ID
    Karin Nielsen, MD

  • Endocrinology
    Kuk-Wha Lee, MD

  • Test Taking
  • Ethics
    Stuart Slavin, MD

  • Pulmonology
    Nick G. Anas, MD

  • Behavior & Development
    Carlos Lerner, MD

  • ID
    Paul Krogstad, MD

  • General Pediatrics
    Kate Perkins, MD, PhD

  • GI
    Mini Mehra, MD

  • Adolescent Medicine
    Robert Morris, MD

  • Dermatology Part I
  • Dermatology Part II
    James Korb, MD

  • Genetics
    Derek Wong, MD

  • Coagulation
    Noah Federman, MD
  • Endocrinology Part I
  • Endocrinology Part II
    Mark Daniels, MD

  • Radiology
    Theodore Hall, MD

  • Cardiology
    Dan Levi, MD
  • Neonatology
    Valencia Walker, MD

  • General Pediatrics
    Lee Miller, MD

  • Nephrology
    Katherine Wesseling-Perry, MD

  • Neurology
    Christopher Giza, MD

  • Critical Care
    Myke Federman, MD

  • Child Abuse
    Claudia Wang, MD

  • Neurology Part I
  • Neurology Part II
    Raman Sankar, MD

  • Cardiology Part I
  • Cardiology Part II
    Kevin Shannon, MD

  • ID
  • Immunizations
    Dean Blumberg, MD

  • Hematology/Oncology Part I
  • Hematology/Oncology Part II
    Randy Wada, MD

  • Behavior & Development
    Bergen Nelson, MD

  • Allergy/Immunology
  • Orthopedics
    James Korb, MD

  • Allergy/Immunology
    E. Richard Stiehm, MD

  • Adolescent Medicine
    Martin Anderson, MD

  • Nephrology Part I
  • Nephrology Part II
    Joshua Zaritsky, MD

  • Poisoning
    Myke Federman, MD

  • GI
    David Ziring, MD

 
 

Faculty


Course Director

Rick Harrison, MD
Chief Medical Officer
Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center
Professor of Clinical Pediatrics
David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA

 
Faculty
Adolescent Medicine

Martin Anderson, MD, MPH
Professor and Director
Adolescent Medicine Program

Robert E. Morris, MD
Professor Emeritus

Allergy/Immunology/Pulmonology

Nick Anas, MD
Director, Pediatric Critical Care
Children’s Hospital of Orange County
Professor (Voluntary)
Department of Pediatrics
Harbor-UCLA Medical Center

James D. Korb, MD
Director, Academic Affairs
Director, Pediatric Residency Program
Children's Hospital of Orange County

Deborah McCurdy, MD
Professor

E. Richard Stiehm, MD
Professor

Cardiology

Daniel S. Levi, MD
Associate Professor

Kevin M. Shannon, MD
Professor

Child Abuse

Claudia Wang, MD
Professor, Medical Director of Suspected Child Abuse and Neglect Team

Critical Care and Emergency Medicine

Myke Federman, MD
Assistant Professor

Rick E. Harrison, MD
Professor

Dermatology

James D. Korb, MD
Director, Academic Affairs
Director, Pediatric Residency Program
Children's Hospital of Orange County

Developmental Studies

Carlos Lerner, MD, MPhil
Assistant Professor

Bergen Nelson, MD
Assistant Professor

Endocrinology

Mark Daniels, MD
Children’s Hospital Orange County

Kuk-Wha Lee, MD
Assistant Professor

Ethics

Stuart J. Slavin, MD, MEd
Professor
Associate Dean of Curriculum
St. Louis University School of Medicine

Gastroenterology and Nutrition

Sue McDiarmid, MD
Chief, Pediatrics Gastroenterology

Mini Mehra, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor

David Ziring, MD
Assistant Professor

 

 

General Pediatrics

Lee Miller, MD
Professor

Kathy Perkins, MD
Clinical Professor/Vice Chair for Education

Genetics

Julian Martinez, MD
Assistant Professor

Derek Wong, MD
Assistant Professor

Hematology/Oncology

Noah Federman, MD
Assistant Professor

Randal K. Wada, MD
Associate Researcher,
Cancer Research Center of Hawaii
Associate Professor
John A. Burns School of Medicine,
University of Hawaii

Infectious Diseases

Dean Blumberg, MD
Associate Professor/Chief of Pediatric Infectious Diseases
University of California, Davis

Paul Krogstad, MD
Professor

Karin Nielsen, MD
Clinical Professor

Neonatology

Valencia Walker, MD
Assistant Clinical Professor

Nephrology

Katherine Wesseling Perry, MD
Assistant Professor

Joshua Zaritsky, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor

Neurology

Christopher Giza, MD
Associate Professor

Raman Sankar, MD, PhD
Professor and Division Chief

Orthopedics

James D. Korb, MD
Director, Academic Affairs
Director, Pediatric Residency Program
Children's Hospital of Orange County

Radiology

Theodore R. Hall, MD
Professor

Test Taking

Stuart J. Slavin, MD, MEd
Professor
Associate Dean of Curriculum Affairs
St. Louis University School of Medicine


 
 

Learning Objectives


After viewing this activity, participants will demonstrate the ability to:
  • Use pattern recognition to diagnose both common and unusual diseases in children
  • Describe diagnostic strategies for common and unusual problems in children
  • Describe therapeutic approaches after the diagnosis is established
  • Recognize important links and associations that may be tested on the Pediatric Board Exam

 
 

Accreditation


The Office of Continuing Medical Education, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The Office of Continuing Medical Education, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA designates this enduring material for a maximum of 44.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Date of original release: September 15, 2014
Date of credit termination: September 15, 2017

Estimated Time to Complete this CME Program: 44.5 Hours


Method of Physician Participation: Review video/audio program of conference sessions

Evaluation Methods: Participants will complete a pre-program self-assessment, post-program self-assessment (score of at least 70% or greater 
is required), and activity evaluation to test knowledge gained from 
reviewing the program, as well as payment of a $30 processing fee.