CME opportunity: Disaster Medical Preparedness for Children program

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Physicians and other professionals involved in the management of disasters involving pediatric patients are invited to attend one of seven free programs taking place around Kansas beginning Feb. 6 focused on disaster medical preparedness for children.

The day-long conference, hosted by the KU Area Health Education Center and sponsored by the Kansas Department of Health & Environment and the Kansas Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics, will provide five CME credits.

Featured speaker Dr. Dennis Cooley, MD, is a general pediatrician on staff at Stormont Vail Hospital and is a volunteer clinical instructor with the University of Kansas School of Medicine. He has been the AAP disaster preparedness contact for Kansas since 2007. For more information or to register, contact KU AHEC at (620) 235-4040.