IMPORTANT NEWS: The Educating Practices program has transitioned to Connecticut Children’s.
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TRAINING FOR PEDIATRIC PROVIDERS TO IMPLEMENT BEST PRACTICES
CHDI developed the Educating Practices program (formerly EPIC) to improve the content and delivery of child health services by assisting providers in implementing practice changes that are supported by community and State resources.
From 2003-2021, CHDI provided more than 1,100 Educating Practices trainings and helped hundreds of Connecticut’s pediatric practices improve the quality of their care and expand the scope of their services, which has in turn improved the quality of care received by thousands of children in Connecticut. Training topics included: domestic violence, behavioral health screening, postpartum depression and anxiety, suicide prevention, obesity prevention, autism, oral health, lead screening, trauma, care coordination, and more.
Recently, the Educating Practices program transitioned from CHDI to Connecticut Children's Medical Center. Connecticut Children's has been a long-time partner in developing Educating Practices modules and they are well positioned to continue, improve, and expand the Educating Practices program.
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