Newborn Screening Education, an Online Continuing Education
Destination for Healthcare Professionals Nationwide
Newborn Dried Blood-Spot Screening
Newborn Screening is a public health activity used for early identification of infants affected by certain genetic, metabolic, hormonal and/or functional conditions. This course covers screening for 31 heritable disorders and genetic diseases performed through dried blood spot testing, including SCID. FREE!
This educational module offers evidence-based content for healthcare providers on the identification and implications of Critical Congenital Heart Disease, assistance in establishing a screening program, and resources for helping parents understand the testing process and results. FREE!
CCHD MOC Part 2
For Pediatricians wishing to earn MOC Part 2 Knowledge Self-Assessment Points. This activity assesses knowledge of CCHD screening processes, provides theory and practice in interpreting pulse oximetry screening results, and describes follow-up procedures. FREE for Virginia residents - $45 for all others.