QI Basics. This
course presents fundamental QI principles and concepts. It introduces
the Model for Improvement, a systematic framework for improving patient
care used in all EQIPP courses. It is a prerequisite for all EQIPP
courses and is included as an added benefit with any EQIPP course
Bright Futures - Middle Childhood and Adolescence. This course helps you implement the Bright Futures: Guidelines for Health Supervision of Infants, Children, and Adolescents into everyday practice. These activities acquaint you the importance of the Bright Futures health supervision recommendations and assist in prioritizing the Middle Childhood and Adolescent visits. The content is consistent with Bright Futures Guidelines, 4th Edition. This course will be available until April 9, 2021 at EQIPP.
Judicious Use of Antibiotics. This course can help guide physicians on judicious use of antibiotics based on accurate diagnosis and effective treatment, as well as how to educate families about appropriate antibiotic prescribing. If proper diagnosis and treatment of common pediatric conditions are followed, fewer antibiotics will be ordered and those that are prescribed will be in the narrow-spectrum category, thus improving cost efficacy, limiting the potential for antibiotic resistance, and improving the quality of care for the child. The course will be available until December 31, 2020 at EQIPP.
Oral Health. This
course was recently revised and is consistent with Bright Futures Guidelines.
It discusses the importance of the dental home, caries risk assessment,
anticipatory guidance, and fluoride varnish application. All dental
home activities can be done by pediatric health care providers in their
office. The course will be available until December 31, 2020 at EQIPP.
Substance Use - Screening, Brief Intervention, Referral to Treatment. This course helps guide pediatricians and
appropriate staff in the implementation of substance use prevention,
detection, assessment, and intervention practices to improve the overall
health and safety of adolescents, ages 11 through 21 years. This course
endorses substance use screening, brief intervention, and referral to
treatment (SBIRT). The course will be available until October 22, 2021 at EQIPP.
Treating Tobacco Product Use and Exposure in Families. The goal of this course is to help
pediatricians and other child health professionals like yourself be
well-positioned for the important role of educating patients and
families about the harms of tobacco use and tobacco smoke exposure and
to assist them with tobacco-use prevention and treatment. Plans for
improvement can be created to address gaps identified in key activities
of care. The course will be available until May 9, 2022 at EQIPP.