CME On-Demand

Recordings of Pediatric Grand Rounds, also known as PGR On-Demand, can now be accessed online. These archived presentations can be viewed for content only by Nationwide Children's Hospital physicians and employees and external customers.

Our Pediatric Grand Rounds (PGR) have taken on a new look. Because we are not currently holding in-person sessions, we recently began to livestream these presentations. A schedule of upcoming sessions can be found by clicking the button below, on Nationwide Children’s Physician Connect app as well as the hospital Intranet (Anchor) calendar.

How to Access CME On-Demand

For Internal Physicians/Employees:

Access to these recordings for Category 1 CME Credit is currently available to Nationwide Children's Hospital physicians and employees through the Nationwide Children's Hospital Learning Center.

For External Physicians/Clinicians:

Click here, create an account, using the instructions below, then search for the recorded course you want to view and or complete for credit. To obtain Category 1 CME Credit you will be required to complete the post-test and course evaluation. Already have an account? Click here to login.

Watch for more information about education opportunities in MedStat or visit our professional education website. To contact the CME Office, please email us or call (614) 355-0650.

Need assistance? Download Instructions for information to access a recorded course for viewing only or credit.

Nationwide Children’s Offers the Following Activity on Demand:

Pediatric Grand Rounds

 

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 Nationwide Children’s Hospital physicians and employees recordings of Pediatric Grand Rounds, PGR On-Demand, can now be accessed online from the Nationwide Children's Hospital Learning Center. Navigate to the Learning Center through Anchor or the Nationwide Children's website. These archived presentations can be viewed for Category 1 CME Credit by completing the post test, and evaluation or for content only. 

For external physicians/clinicians, to Nationwide Children's Hospital. Click here, create an account, using the instructions below, then search for the recorded course you want to view and or complete for credit. To obtain Category 1 CME Credit you will be required to complete the post-test and course evaluation.

Need assistance? Download these instructions.

If you do not need CME credit for a course, archived presentations can be viewed using the attached lists.

Can't make it to Nationwide Children's Hospital Main Campus for Pediatric Grand Rounds? Effective Jan. 24, 2019, we are live streaming from The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, the Livingston Ambulatory Center and several Close To Home locations.

View Live Streaming Locations

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. Multiple faculty development approved educational presentations (FD-ED) are available here. For questions about FD-ED offerings, contact the Center for Faculty Development at FacultyDevelopment@NationwideChildrens.org.

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

Disclaimer

I understand that the opinions, views, and material presented in this Web site do not necessarily reflect the opinions and views of Nationwide Children's Hospital, its subsidiaries and affiliated entities. Some therapeutic products, devices, and practices may not be FDA approved, but are commonly accepted in the medical profession and/or are identified as investigational and for educational discussion only. I understand and acknowledge that I should determine the relevance and efficacy of the information contained herein before treating patients with, or utilizing any therapeutic product, device or practice discussed in this educational activity.