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Beyond the Face: Improving the Recognition and Treatment of Truncal Acne
Truncal acne is a common skin condition that it is typically overlooked. This CE/CME activity uses patient cases to illustrate the importance of appropriate diagnosis and treatment of truncal acne, and the impact on patients’ quality of life. Begin Activity

Improving the Co-management of Moderate to Severe Pediatric and Adult Atopic Dermatitis in Primary Care and Specialty Settings
Atopic dermatitis (AD) is a chronic inflammatory disorder affecting millions of pediatric patients and, oftentimes, continuing into adulthood. Tune in to this dynamic roundtable webcast as specialist and primary care clinicians discuss strategies to improve care coordination and co-management of AD to optimize patient and disease outcomes. Watch Now.
 

Expert Insights: Addressing the Physical and Emotional Challenges of Children and Adolescents With Psoriasis 
This interactive video roundtable, developed by Clinical Care Options (CCO) in collaboration with NAPNAP, with two expert faculty discusses early identification and appropriate treatment of psoriasis in pediatric populations to help optimize care and improve overall well-being. Earn 0.75 CE contact hours, of which 0.25 contain pharmacology content. 
 

Webcast: Uncontrolled Asthma  
Watch an on-demand PCE webcast as expert faculty discuss strategies for managing uncontrolled asthma, including an interactive case discussion of a pediatric patient with severe asthma.
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Treating Atopic Dermatitis   
Learn about the latest treatment options for atopic dermatitis in a CE/CME podcast from PCE. Two experts in pediatric dermatology discuss newer agents in atopic dermatitis, how to individualize therapy and anticipate adherence issues. Listen Now.
 

Interactive Web Based Newborn Hearing Screening Training Curriculum

The NHSTC is an interactive competency-based course designed to provide the learner with a thorough understanding of the components necessary for conducting quality newborn hearing screening. The recommended practices throughout the course are based on the Joint Committee on Infant Hearing (JCIH) Position Statement. By taking the course, screeners and stakeholders will have the necessary foundation to do a thorough job and feel confident in their role. This CE activity is offered by The National Center for Hearing Assessment and Management (NCHAM) for 3.0 contact hours.