AAP Communications staff teach pediatric health care providers how to speak comfortably with the media, prepare for interviews, and share important child health messages.
Webinars to improve pediatric health care providers’ skills to care for children with behavioral health concerns and to share resources for providers and families.
In response to the increasing mental health needs of children and adolescents, WCAAP developed a toolkit for pediatric primary care practices to use when managing adolescents with self-harm or suicidality. […]
This 90-minute webinar is designed to assist pediatricians, family physicians and advanced practice providers to implement depression screenings for adolescents and postpartum care. Participants will be able to: Discuss the […]
This self-paced course provides an overview of motivational interviewing for the primary care provider with a focus on the spirit and principles of motivational interviewing, and examples of motivational interviewing strategies.
This self-paced course provides an overview of parent management training techniques in a brief format that is ideal for the primary care setting.
Improve your skills to care for children and support families during their child’s earliest years.
You can better serve the children in your practice and strengthen your familiarity with autism screening and the referral process by participating in this Great MINDS AS3D eLearning course. The […]
Learn about resources that are available for parents and caregivers to engage with their young children in ways that enhance brain development. One of the resources shared in this course will be the Vroom app which provides science-based tips and tools to inspire families to turn shared, everyday moments into Brain Building Moments.
Webinars to focus and challenge the work we do as pediatric providers, transforming it through a lens of anti-racism and equity, diversity, and inclusion.
Part 1 of a 2-part series on gender-affirming care. Learn how you can create a clinic environment that is affirming to gender-diverse youth Learn why this is important in pediatric […]
A presentation and panel discussion on taking steps to dismantle institutionalized racism in healthcare organizations.
Ensuring the families in your care can rely on safe, equitable and effective care.
Making a case for why representation matters in clinic and hospital spaces
Learn about WCAAP’s Equitable Care Work Group, our toolkit for pediatric health care providers, and how you can work toward equity and anti-racism in your own practice.
As Washington State begins to welcome around 1600 newcomers from Afghanistan, we want our state’s pediatric health care workforce ready to provide the care these families will need. Join us […]
Webinars focused the foundations of safety and prevention, so that all children can grow up safe, healthy and thriving.
What can be done to keep kids safe from firearms? Learn from one of the country’s top experts about current firearm statistics, the effects of gun laws on suicide and […]
Education for providers to incorporate oral health education into their practices, including information on common dental conditions, oral health in the office and resources and referrals for providers and families.
Learn about providing oral health care to young children in the pediatric primary care office, including resource recommendations and billing considerations.
Pediatric dentist Travis Nelson, DDS, MSD, MPH talks about common oral health concerns in children, what pediatric primary care providers can do in clinic, and when children need to see […]
A conversation exploring common questions pediatric primary care providers have about children’s oral health.
Vaccines are safe, effective, and a key component of pediatric preventive care. Learn strategies to communicate with families and to increase vaccination rates.
The Power of Nurses and Medical Assistants: This 10-minute video walks pediatric primary care clinics through strategies and opportunities to vaccinate children for COVID-19 in the office setting.
Drs. John Dunn and Maria Huang discuss strategies for primary care pediatric providers to talk with families about COVID-19 vaccines for kids ages 5-11 and answer questions about safety.
Hear from the Washington State Department of Health about COVID-19 vaccine distribution plans for children ages 5-11 and resources for providers. Passcode: +U#ys8ub
Families naturally have questions about the safety of COVID-19 Vaccines. This conversation with Drs. Kristi Rice and Doug Opel covers some of parents’ common safety concerns and how to address […]
There’s a massive volume of misinformation about COVID-19 and the vaccines that protect against it, and at the same time there are valid concerns and barriers. How can pediatric providers […]
Trust is a crucial component when families and pediatric health care providers discuss health care decisions, including the decision to vaccinate against COVID-19. Learn ways to build trust with families […]
Conversations about vaccines can be difficult, and COVID-19 vaccines are no exception. You may find yourself talking with families who have never before resisted vaccinating their children but are hesitant […]
This 7-minute video covers the role of WA-IIS system administrators and strategies for security.
This 50-minute training from the Washington State Department of Health provides an overview of WA-IIS, including components, benefits, tools, and resources available to users.
Low HPV vaccination rates in the U.S. are leaving boys and girls vulnerable to devastating HPV cancers. This course provides information on HPV infection, related disease and cancers, vaccine recommendations, […]
Dr. Amy Carter shares the experience of Allegro Pediatrics’ offering COVID-19 vaccines to families, including logistics, challenges, and opportunities.