The Screen Scene, Episode 1: Early Childhood Screening and Surveillance
Wednesday, September 6, 2017
12 - 1 PM Central Standard Time
Join us for our first lunchtime chat on September 6, when we'll discuss early childhood screening and surveillance for developmental/behavioral concerns, maternal depression, and social determinants of health. We'll talk about why screening for these risks and protective factors is important, and how to go about starting to develop and implement a comprehensive screening process for your practice.
- Marian Earls, MD, MTS, FAAP, Director of Pediatric Programs, Community Care of North Carolina
- Sara del Campo de Gonzalez, MD, FAAP, Medical Director, Young Children’s Health Center, University of New Mexico
Host: Zoey Goore, MD, MPH, FAAP, Chief of Continuing Medical Education, Kaiser Permanente
Be sure to check out the other live podcasts in The Screen Scene series:
· Family-Centered Care and Conversation Techniques: Tuesday, October 24, 2-3PM CST
· Referral, Follow-up, and Partnership Building: Tuesday, November 14, 1-2PM CST
The Screen Scene is presented by the American Academy of Pediatrics' Screening Technical Assistance & Resource (STAR) Center. The STAR Center offers a website, aap.org/screening, with extensive resources as well as free, individualized assistance to those seeking to initiate or improve the early childhood screening process in their practice or health care system. Experts are available to provide advice on screening tools, payment, electronic medical record documentation, conversation tactics, workflow ideas, and how to make the case for screening within a larger health system. Later this year, the STAR Center will present an interactive eLearning course for all members of pediatric health care teams. For assistance, or to get the latest on screening and other learning opportunities via the STAR Center eNewsletter, email firstname.lastname@example.org.