Advanced Pediatric Life Support Course

When it comes to choosing the best course for your child, you need to be aware of the different types of pediatrics courses out there. Here is a breakdown of what each type offers. Med CPD revolutionizes access to quality continuing professional development. It makes it quick and easy for your target audience to find your Pediatrics and Child Health courses. It keeps providers and learners at the forefront of research and knowledge and it offers the space and tools for members to connect, share, create and support each other’s professional development.

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1. Basic Pediatrics: This course provides an overview of pediatric diseases and their treatments. It also covers topics such as birth defects, genetics, nutrition, and developmental milestones.

2. Child Health Promotion: This course is designed to help parents understand child health issues and how to promote healthy development in their children. Topics covered include obesity, eating disorders, and injuries.

3. Pediatric Intensive Care: This course is designed for healthcare providers who work with critically ill children. It covers topics such as CPR and advanced cardiac life support techniques.

4. Pediatric Emergency Medicine: This course provides healthcare providers with the skills they need to provide emergency care for children. Topics covered include stroke assessment and treatment, pediatric gunshot wounds, and pediatric poisoning emergencies. 

5. Pediatrics: This course is for healthcare providers who work with children in their private practice, or may be considering a career in pediatrics. It covers pediatric anatomy, physiology, and pathology as well as medical interventions and treatments such as CPR.

6. Pediatric Emergency Medicine: This course is designed for healthcare providers who work with critically ill children at the hospital level or for on-call paramedics. Topics covered include CPR and advanced cardiac life support techniques, pediatric trauma, chest pain assessment and acuity determination, pediatric stroke assessment and treatment, pediatric poisonings emergencies.

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