Promoting First Relationships® in Pediatric Primary Care - June 3, 2017 - Watertown Hotel, Seattle
Product ID: PFR-PED
A 1-day workshop for primary care pediatric providers to learn about the importance of early attachment and the relationship qualities that enhance social-emotional development.
How Can Promoting First Relationships help medical providers in pediatric primary care? PFR-PPC will help you:
- UNDERSTAND how to promote and support stable and secure early parent-child relationships in everyday office visits
- BEGIN TO SEE attachment behaviors and elements of healthy relationships that are happening in patient encounters through the use of videos and case studies
- LEARN skills that can be used by medical providers to strengthen a caregiver-child relationship during both well child care and challenging behavior visits
- REALIZE how both parents and medical providers can feel an increased sense of competence and confidence in addressing the social-emotional health of young children with PFR-PPC
What is Promoting First Relationships in Pedatric Primary Care?
- A university based program adapted by pediatricians to help pediatric primary care providers support stable and secure early parent-child relationships
- A framework that operationalizes attachment and child development theory into applied practice and intervention strategies specifically for the pediatric office visit
- A curriculum that also provides well-child check handouts for each visit (newborn - three years old) to share with parents
- Consultation strategies to promote infant/toddler mental health
Who Should Attend? Pediatricians, Pediatric and Family Nurse Practitioners, Care Managers and other providers at community health center.
About the Trainers - Jeannie Larsen, MD, is a Primary Care Pediatrician at Allegro Pediatrics in Bellevue, Washinginton and is a co-author of Promoting First Relationships in Pediatric Primary Care. Nancy Thordarson, MD, is an affiliate assistant professor at the University of Washington and a Pediatrician at the Everett Clinic. Nancy is co-author of Promoting First Relationships in Pediatric Primary Care.
Fee includes tuition, PFR in Pediatric Primary Care manual, and CD with handouts for well child visits across the first 3 years.
Part 4 MOC credits are now available for using PFR skills in your practice!
Seattle Children’s Hospital is pleased to offer Part 4 Maintenance of Certification credits in conjunction with the NCAST workshop, Promoting First Relationships® in Pediatric Primary Care (PFR-PPC). Upon completion of the MOC project, participants may earn 25 credits of Part 4 MOC credit from participating boards of the American Board of Medical Specialties.
Requirements for completion: Physicians will need to have attended a one-day PFR-PPC workshop. Workshop content may then be practiced and documented through the completion of a short checklist of the key PFR skills at each of 10 patient visits during 3 PDSA cycles. Skills on the checklist that are applied during a patient encounter are tabulated and reported to the group at the end of each cycle. Opportunities for additional education, support and discussion with both project leaders and participants is provided once monthly. Participants will be expected to participate in a minimum of three MOC Project team meetings to be scheduled at the end of each cycle that review progress, discuss challenges, and offer mentoring.
Part 4 MOC credits will be granted following successful completion of required enrollment, participation, and submission of forms to the Seattle Children’s Hospital MOC Portfolio Program.
Registering for MOC credits: A $250 administrative fee is submitted to Seattle Children’s at the time of enrollment. Sign up for the Part IV MOC will be at the conference with credits awarded by December 2017.
Space Limited, Register Early