List of Educating Practices Trainings
EVIDENCED-BASED INFORMATION ON TIMELY TOPICS
Educating Practices (formerly EPIC) trainings bring timely, accurate, and evidenced-based information and materials to practices in a changing health care environment. The trainings are tailored to connect practices in Connecticut to existing state and community resources and include up-to-date clinical information, helpful resources and office tools. All Educating Practices trainings qualify for CME credit and several qualify for MOC credit.
Current Educating Practices Modules include:
Educating Practices presentations are free and delivered to the entire office team. The format includes a 30 minute to one hour presentation over breakfast, lunch or a snack followed by a question and answer session. CHDI provides the speaker, lunch and resources at no cost to the practice. Educating Practices offers the following to practices that participate in trainings: Maintenance of Certification (for some modules - noted above), CME/CEU credits for all modules, resource material, and a connection to services in the practice’s community.
*In addition to in-person Educating Practices presentations, two training topics are now available online: Addressing Postpartum Mental Health in Pediatric Practices and Promoting Social and Emotional Health in Infants.
Contact Maggy Morales to learn more about Educating Practices or to schedule your next training session.