COVID-Related Community Grand Rounds and Information Exchange

Pediatric Health Network is collaborating with experts at Children’s National and across the region to bring you COVID-related information to use in your daily practice during the pandemic. We are a learning community, now more than ever. These sessions provide an opportunity to hear from the experts but also to exchange information with each other. If you have cases you would like to bring for discussion, please contact us at phn@childrensnational.org.

Additionally, Children’s National Hospital and the Pediatric Health Network invite you to join a series of town hall meetings which include COVID-19 updates, specialist presentation and a Q&A portion. These meetings will be scheduled for one hour and will occur every two weeks beginning on April 28, 2020 at noon.

Topics covered each week will include:

  • Update on Children’s National response to COVID-19, information on drive-up/walk-up specimen collection site, pediatric COVID-19 news, an infectious disease overview of the COVID pandemic in the region, the country and the world
  • Specialty presentation focused on sharing learning relevant to primary care
  • Q&A from participants

These town halls are meant to meet the needs of our primary care practices teams during the pandemic. Please send questions and issues you would like to see addressed to phn@childrensnational.org.

Our presentations are recorded, and the supplemental handouts and guidelines reviewed during the Grand Rounds are available for your references after the presentation. One Hour of AMA CME credit is offered for participation in these events.

We hope you enjoy these materials and are able to join us in future virtual learning opportunities.

Upcoming Events

The Center for Neuroscience and Behavioral Medicine is hosting a special series of regular webinars for providers related to caring for patients during the COVID-19 pandemic. Topics cover a variety of neuroscience areas, including head injury diagnosis in a pandemic, anxiety in children during a pandemic, homeschooling challenges for children with learning and attention difficulties, and more. This series is not eligible for CME at this time. Learn more about upcoming webinars, view past sessions and download helpful resources here.

Past Presentations