The course features 45-minute lectures followed by 15-minute discussions as well as case studies and interactive presentations. The faculty initiates the topics and facilitates the following discussions in a relaxed forum, which encourages the mutual exchange of views and data and allows ample time for participant-faculty interaction.
Colby has been host to educational programs for the medical and allied health professions since 1945 and is the only private liberal arts college in the nation accredited to offer Category 1 credit of the Physician's Recognition AwardCredits™ of the American Medical Association. Each summer the courses attract registrants from all across the country, and this diverse geographic representation enhances the exchange of ideas that course participants especially value. Our friendly, courteous staff, small course size, accessible faculty, and timely topics make a CME program at Colby a quality experience.
This educational experience is relaxed and informal. Come join us in Maine this summer.
Who Should Attend
Practicing pediatricians, family physicians, pediatric nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and other health care professionals.
The Colby College Problems in Pediatrics course is intended to provide practical, up-to-date information for practicing pediatricians, family physicians, and other health care professionals. The overriding goal of all Colby CME is to improve the knowledge and competence of physicians. Each day of the course will combine lectures and interactive case studies. In addition, interactive case studies will be presented and discussed.
As a result of attending this conference, participants will be able to:
· Differentiate a variety of pruritic skin diseases based on key clinical features
· Recognize the surgical indications for and management of tympanostomy tubes in children
· Learn basic pharmacotherapy and behavior recommendations to address behavioral issues in children with autism spectrum disorders
· Review the updated 2014 AAP Bronchiolitis guidelines
· Identify common causes of hematuria and proteinuria in children
· Recognize emerging issues involving vaccine preventable diseases
· Identify common mimickers of child physical and sexual abuse
· Differentiate between IgE-mediated food allergy, non-IgE mediated food allergies and other food-related diseases
· Formulate a diagnostic framework for approaching the pediatric patient with a neck mass
· Construct an approach to the diagnosis of genetic skin diseases
4730 Mayflower Hill
Waterville, Maine 04901-8847
All meals and lodging are available at the College for an additional $315, a fee that also covers campus recreational facilities and the lobster bake. Charges for family members, covering all of the above except seminar tuition, are as follows:spouse $252
other adult $315
children ages 10-16 $189
children ages 3-9 $149
If you are living off campus, tickets to the lobster bake can be purchased at our Information Desk in Cotter Union and the prices are:
Lobster, $36 per person
Steak or Vegetarian, $28 per person