Continuing Medical Education

Continuing professional education and training is a critical step in achieving the best medical and quality of life outcomes for patients. Continuing Medical Education (CME) consists of educational activities to develop and maintain knowledge, skills and professional performance. Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford in association with Stanford University School of Medicine offers a variety of CME conferences throughout the year. Check back frequently to view new conference listings.

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What specific mental health clinical topic areas related to sleep and eating disorders do you encounter in your daily clinical practice that you would like/need more education on?

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Stanford Medcast: Pediatric-Pulse Mini-Series
Now Streaming on All Major Platforms
CE Eligible

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Live Webinars

Innovation 202 Technology and Innovation

Innovation 202 Technology and Innovation
September 20, 2023
Live Webinar
Credits Offered: AMA & ANCC
# of Credits: 1.5
Registration Fee: Free

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Child Abuse CME

2023 Stanford Child Abuse Conference
November 4, 2023
Live Webinar
Credits Offered: AMA, ANCC, AAPA, APA & ASWB
# of Credits: 6.5
Registration Fee: $40-80

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Popular Pediatrics

Popular Pediatrics: Clinical Topics 2023
September 28, 2023
Monterey, CA
Credits Offered: AMA
# of Credits: 15.0
Registration Fee: $525-725

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Lean Health Care Academic Conference at Stanford

Lean Healthcare Academic Conference at Stanford
October 11-12, 2023
The Frances C. Arrillaga Alumni Center, Stanford, CA
Credits Offered: AMA & ANCC
# of Credits: 11.25
Registration Fee: $350-1,055

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Pediatric Grand Rounds Fall 2022

On-Demand Programs

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Center for Professional Excellence & Inquiry

  • Health Literacy Learning Camp
    This learning camp is an introductory course about the basic principles of Health Literacy and the Teach-back method. Learners will have the opportunity to apply these principles to clinical situations in an interactive online class.
  • Life Support Training (NRP & BLS).

Contact CME office

Phone: (650) 497-8554