Pediatric Continuing Medical Education (CME)

Medicine is filled with exciting advancements. As a physician, it takes effort to stay abreast of the latest findings, techniques and technologies. At Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, we strive to support you by offering a variety of CME opportunities, including conferences, workshops and web-based programs.

View our calendar of CME events

CME opportunities

You’ll find a variety of CME opportunities offered at each of our main campuses and other locations throughout the Atlanta metro area.

Grand Rounds

Grand rounds are hospital-based round tables and conferences that are held regularly at each of the main hospital campuses. Primary care providers, nurses, physician assistants and other health professionals are invited to attend.

Egleston hospital (every Wednesday)
8 a.m., Classroom 5
Call 404-785-7703 for more information.

Scottish Rite hospital (first Tuesday of every month)
Noon, Main auditorium
Call 404-785-7037 for more information.
*Grand Rounds will be canceled until March 6th.

Grady Pediatric grand rounds (every Thursday)
8 a.m., Steiner auditorium (across from the Grady emergency department at 68 Armstrong Drive)
Call 404-778-1440 for more information.
*These sessions have been approved for CME credit through Emory University.

Marcus Autism Center (second and fourth Friday of every month)
Noon, second-floor conference room at Marcus Autism Center
Call 404-785-7842 for more information. 

Strong4Life provider training

Children’s developed the Strong4Life Provider Training Program to help providers initiate conversations about healthy habits and obesity prevention, and to educate parents early in the life of their child. Our training programs offer evidence-based, actionable information about motivational interviewing techniques, goal setting, BMI tracking and childhood obesity management protocols.

Learn more about Strong4Life Provider Training


CDC—autism case training

This introductory course contains three modules designed to help you:

  • Better identify autism spectrum disorders (ASD)
  • Assist a family through the diagnostic process
  • Care for patients with ASD

Physicians who complete all three modules and provide an accurate board certification number will be credited 20 points toward Maintenance of Certification Part 2 through the American Board of Pediatrics.

Learn more about the autism training course

Human trafficking training series

The goal of this Web-based series is to educate you about sex trafficking of children and teens. It is presented by the Governor’s Office for Children and Families and the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Stephanie V. Blank Center for Safe and Healthy Children.

Learn more about the human trafficking training series

Implementing asthma pathway guidelines in the office

Cancer survivorship

Access several modules that delve into different issues faced by cancer survivors. You will read the modules and take online exams to earn CME credit.

Learn more about cancer survivorship training programs

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality offers Web-based morbidity and mortality cases for CME credit. This is an excellent resource for learning more about errors and error prevention.

Learn more about Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality CME offerings

Learning Needs Assessment

The Children’s Medical Education Committee and staff strive to offer valuable and convenient CME options. Please take a moment to complete a quick online assessment to help ensure we offer education that meets your needs.

Take our Learning Needs Assessment survey

Project ECHO®

Project ECHO facilitates virtual clinics, linking specialists with primary care clinicians in local communities through videoconferencing.

Learn more about Project ECHO at Children’s

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