Continuing Professional Education

Trauma CCIC Lecture Series

The Educational Streaming Media Program at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center provides streaming media for physicians.

Please do not proceed with viewing until you have read the important CME Credit Overview.

AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ can be obtained after viewing the presentation within one year of the originally aired date.  Questions, please contact the Continuing Medical Education office at cme@cchmc.org or 513-636-6732.

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians

Cincinnati Children's designates this enduring material for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits(s)™.  Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

1.0 contact hours will be awarded to nurses who view the entire program, complete a post test and evaluation.

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center (OH-046, 9-1-2015) is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Ohio Nurses Association (OBN-001-91), an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. 

To obtain nursing credit, you are required to complete a post test, then program evaluation, before being able to print a continuing education certificate.

Due to increasing advances in interactive streaming media, please be aware that certain presentations require Windows Media Player, which is available free from Microsoft.

2014 Webcasts

  • Long-term Outcomes of Early Childhood Brain Injury
    Shari Wade, PhD
    View Presentation Here
    Originally aired January 28, 2014
    To complete the post test and evaluation for credit, a link is embedded in the video’s “links” section. It is marked with a double paperclip.
  • Planning committee members/faculty were determined to have no conflicts of interest pertaining to this activity.
    Commercial support: None
  • Presentation objectives:  1.  Describe differences in outcomes following TBI sustained in early versus later childhood; 2.  Identify individual (e.g., premorbid) and social-environmental factors that influence long-term functional outcomes; 3. Describe interventions to improve outcomes

2013 Webcasts

  • Open Fractures
    Jaime Denning, MD
    View Presentation Here
    Originally aired November 26, 2013
    To complete the post test and evaluation for credit, a link is embedded in the video’s “links” section. It is marked with a double paperclip.
  • Planning committee members/faculty were determined to have no conflicts of interest pertaining to this activity.
    Commercial support: None
  • Presentation objective:  Describe how to classify severity of open fractures and how to treat open fractures.
  • Concussions:  Recognition and Treatment
    Todd Arthur, MD
    View Presentation Here
    Originally aired October 22, 2013
    To complete the post test and evaluation for credit, a link is embedded in the video’s “links” section. It is marked with a double paperclip.
  • Planning committee members/faculty were determined to have no conflicts of interest pertaining to this activity.
    Commercial support: None
  • Presentation objective:  Recognize the scope of mild traumatic brain injuries in youth sports, common symptoms and treatment of early concussions.
  • A Statewide Educational and Implementation Strategy to Promote Bicycle Helmet Safety
    Melissa Arnold, BSJ
    View Presentation Here
    Originally aired September 24, 2013
    To complete the post test and evaluation for credit, a link is embedded in the video’s “links” section. It is marked with a double paperclip.
  • Planning committee members/faculty were determined to have no conflicts of interest pertaining to this activity.
    Commercial support: None
  • Presentation objectives:  1. Define the problem of bicycle helmet safety by assessing the data and needs assessment; 2. Identify an obtainable plan to promote bicycle helmet safety with methods to implement the plan; 3. Define a method to evaluate the plan’s results.
  • Drug Abuse Patterns and Trends in Cincinnati
    Jan Scaglione, PharmD
    View Presentation Here
    Originally aired July 23, 2013
    To complete the post test and evaluation for credit, a link is embedded in the video’s “links” section. It is marked with a double paperclip.
  • Planning committee members/faculty were determined to have no conflicts of interest pertaining to this activity.
    Commercial support: None
  • Presentation objective:  Discuss the issue of substance abuse in the Cincinnati area.


Contact Us

For further information regarding this educational activity please contact the CME office at 513-636-6732 or at cme@cchmc.org.

For further information regarding nursing credit please contact the CPE-E office at 513-636-4232 or at cpe-ce@cchmc.org.

For more information about Educational Streaming Media at Cincinnati Children's, or if you have problems viewing media, please contact Digital Classroom support at 513-636-7000 or via email at digitalclassroom@cchmc.org.