Pediatrics Continuing Medical Education
The Department of Pediatrics at NYU Langone offers continuing medical education (CME) courses that cover a variety of pediatric topics, providing advanced training for general pediatricians, family practitioners, and pediatric subspecialists.
The CME offerings feature leaders in pediatric medicine from NYU Langone and academic institutions across the country who share their expertise through lectures, panel discussions, and poster sessions that focus on the latest clinical practices in the management of pediatric conditions.
Programs cover a variety of topics, including the following:
- pediatric aerodigestive conditions: a one-day course on interdisciplinary care for pediatric feeding and swallowing issues
- pediatric dermatology: a half-day course for pediatricians, family practitioners, and urgent care and emergency medicine physicians
- pediatric intensive, cardiac, and neonatal intensive care: a one-day course that emphasizes collaboration and standardization of key principles across intensive care units
- pediatric oncology: a half-day program on the effects of new findings in genetics on the diagnosis and treatment of pediatric central nervous system tumors
- pediatric orthopedics: a full-day course on caring for pediatric orthopedic and sports medicine conditions in primary care settings and a webinar that focuses on pediatric anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries
- pediatric rheumatology: an annual half-day conference and expert panel discussion on one of the newest and smallest pediatric subspecialties
The department’s CME courses give participants the opportunity to sharpen their skills and apply what they learn to individual practice, research, and quality improvement.