Pediatrics Updates 2022
The families of your patients have a lot of questions about your diagnoses, and there is a lot to uncover. How does depression present in children? Why do teenagers go to bed late and sleep in? Should you let kids cry it out at night? And more.
For example, more and more, pediatricians are treating ADHD in their young patients. 5.1 million children (4-17 in age) had a current diagnosis of ADHD in 2021 (CHADD). And yet, every year, there’s still more to learn about the diagnosis: What's the difference between FDA approval age and the age of recommended use for ADHD medications?
Review common cases in pediatrics to improve your patient care with Mayo Clinic’s Pediatrics Review 2022 course.
Get high-level updates in pediatrics presented by experts around the world. The Pediatrics Review 2022 course provides current and relevant updates to your team’s daily management of various patient health concerns in medicine. The course is designed for the generalist physician, nurse practitioner, physician assistant, and nurse.
Upon completion of this Mayo Clinic course, you should be able to:
- Incorporate medical information from reviews of commonly encountered clinical scenarios into the daily practice of pediatric and adolescent medicine.
- Describe the implications for evaluation and management of patients from information provided during in-depth reviews of the topics of subjects.
- Implement effective clinical strategies for diagnosing and managing a wide array of challenging problems in clinical practice.
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Preview 5 out of the 13 videos in this course now. Click on one or all the links to start watching.
Sleep Disorders and Management Techniques
Julie M. Baughn, MD, discusses sleep disorders, treatment, and first-line therapy. Learning Objectives: Differentiate how insomnia and its treatment is impacted by age; Identify other common sleep disorders that can impact insomnia; Know that behavioral treatment is first-line therapy for most children with insomnia.
ADHD Treatment and Long-Term Follow-up
Rachel L. Lynch, M.D., reviews the treatment for ADHD and long-term follow-up.
Learning Objectives: Identify treatments that are available to treat the symptoms and limit the impairment associated with ADHD; Recognize mental health conditions that children and adolescents with ADHD are at risk to develop; Review recommendations for long-term management of children and adolescents with ADHD.
Managing Overuse Injuries in Young Athletes
Luke C. Radel, MD discusses managing injuries in young athletes. Learning Objectives: Review definitions and epidemiology of overuse injuries in youth athletes; Examine key elements of the history and physical exam when evaluating an athlete with a possible overuse injury; Discuss treatment principles and return to play considerations; Equip you and other pediatric providers with key advice points that you can give to young athletes and their families and coaches.
A Pandemic of Mental Health Concerns
Paige I. Partain, M.D., reviews an important mental health topic in pediatric patients. Learning Objectives: Review current trends in mental health outcomes for pediatric patients; Discuss common presentations for pediatric depression, anxiety, attention concerns, and eating disorders; Provide recommendations for patients and families to help in cases of depression, anxiety, attention, or disordered eating.
Managing Complications of Pediatric Obesity
Sara Hassan, MD and Seema Kumar, MD discuss current diagnostic and treatment practices in the field of pediatric obesity. An overview describes how to classify types of obesity and their common comorbidities, as well as how to differentiate between different types of liver disease using diagnostic tools. Methods of treatment and their risks, benefits, and outcomes are discussed including diet, lifestyle, pharmacology, and bariatric surgery.
Other Videos Include:
- Knee Injuries: Physical Examination, Diagnosis, and Return to Play for Young Athletes
- PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome) in Adolescents
- Celiac Disease
- Pediatric Psoriasis
- Airway Concerns and When to Refer
- Dermatology Update 2021
- Ankle Injuries: Physical Examination, Diagnosis, and Return to Play for Young Athletes
- When is a Headache More than a Headache?
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