CME On-Demand

CME On-Demand is back!

Click here to download instructions for navigating the new system.

Please contact Kelly Hallberg by email at or by phone at (614) 355-0673 with any questions or concerns.

Physicians now have the ability to watch previously recorded CME activities or to participate in self-directed CME courses online at their convenience. To access videos of Nationwide Children's activities for content only or to view presentations for Category 1 CME Credit, please read and agree to the disclaimer at the bottom of this page.

Nationwide Children’s offers the following activity on demand:

Pediatric Grand Rounds

Click here to view the 2017 Pediatric Grand Rounds Schedule.

Pediatric Grand Rounds promotes the maintenance and advancement of pediatric care among primary care and subspecialty pediatricians. It provides a forum in which recognized experts present current information regarding diagnosis and treatment of pediatric diseases, outline diagnostic approaches, provide updates on new research, and discuss clinical management related to the care of pediatric patients.

  • For Content Only (You will be directed to our Media Site server; click on “Grand Rounds” from the index on the left side of page to see all available videos)
  • For CME Credit

Faculty Development

The Faculty Development Series at Nationwide Children's Hospital strives to broaden physician teaching skills, hone their evaluation and communication skills and assist them in developing leadership attributes. It provides a vast array of topics, from medical student and resident education, communication skills, promotion and tenure, and beyond.

For more information about the CME On-Demand, contact the CME Office at (614) 355-0650 or email


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