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Current CME activities

Pediatric Grand Rounds

Grand Rounds Schedule
September -  May
Tuesdays, 8-9 a.m., Sanger Hall, Room 1-044

FOCUS: The Pediatric and Neonatal Care Conference

FOCUS 2015 was a green event! Download PDFs of the presentations:
A. Alam - Nitrous Oxide
A. Noda - Pediatric Pharmacology

B. Marshall - Flu
C. McGovern - Nitrous Oxide
D. Williams - Pediatric Codes
J. Haynes - Thoracic Trauma
J. Macdonald - Newborn Screening
J. Snow - Spontaneous Pneumothorax
Lee - Bronchiolitis

21st Annual VCU Sports Medicine Update in Primary Care
NEW: Special half-day pediatric conference and dinner

Pediatric session topics include asthma, lifelong care for patients with congenital heart defects, back pain in athletes, common knee and ankle injuries and the return to learning after a concussion.

December 4-6, 2015
Kingsmill Resort
1010 Kingsmill Road
Williamsburg, VA 23185
Regsiter online
Download the 2015 VCU Sports Medicine Update in Primary Care brochure

4th Annual Feeding Conference

The purpose of this conference is to introduce participants to hands on techniques used during the treatment of children with feeding disorders.

March 31 and April 1, 2016 (same conference offered on two dates)
7:45 a.m. - 4:15 p.m.
Children's Hospital of Richmond at VCU - Brook Road Campus
2924 Brook Road
Richmond, VA 23220

Register online
Download the 2016 Feeding Conference brochure

VCU CME office

The VCU School of Medicine’s continuing medical education program manages activities for physicians and other health care professionals throughout Virginia, the Mid-Atlantic region and the U.S. 

The CME program includes:

  • Annual conferences
  • Regularly scheduled community-based presentations
  • Clinically oriented experiences held at VCU Health System’s MCV Hospitals
  • Satellite television broadcasts
  • Remote site teleconferences
  • Independent learning opportunities
  • Enduring materials

The VCU CME program is one of the largest university continuing medical education programs in the U.S. Each year more than 17,000 physicians and health care professionals participate in VCU-sponsored and jointly sponsored continuing education activities. Each activity is designed to meet identified educational needs in clinical practice and health care delivery, in an era of rapidly expanding knowledge, new technologies and progressive demands on health care professionals. Attention is also carefully directed to the personal needs and well-being of our participants.