Pediatric Neurological Emergencies:
A one-hour Power Point Presentation that covers various aspects of
neurological emergencies in children including traumatic brain injury, seizures,
shunts, and meningitis
A one-hour Power Point and slide presentation on CD-ROM that
covers signs and symptoms of abuse and pictures of specific cases. This lecture has been modified and presented to various audiences including hospital personnel, day care providers, and pre-hospital personnel.
PALS Prep Course:
-A two to three-hour course that helps prepare participants for the PALS course. The format is very interactive with lecture, handouts and case scenarios. The pass rate of participants so far is approximately 98%.
Child Abuse Seminar:
This seminar was held in the fall of 1998. It was a multi-disciplinary conference that discussed many aspects of child abuse from recognition to treatment. I was instrumental in organizing this conference and obtaining CEU approval. The lecture was attended by approximately 250 people from various medical fields.
A one-hour Power Point presentation that discussed the recognition and treatment of various types of Tinea.
It's A Small World:
During my tenure as a Clinical Nurse Educator, I aided in the development of a lecture series for nurses who are involved in the care of pediatric patients. The programs that I assisted with were Pediatric Fundamentals, Pediatric Dermatology, Pediatric Emergencies, and Documentation. Each topic was covered in an eight-hour day.