Lecture Courses

Occupational Therapy (OT) is a discipline focused on enabling "people of all ages to live life to its fullest by helping promote health and prevent - or live better with - injury, illness, or disability" (AOTA, 2021).
The online course focuses on recognizing and managing pediatric immunodeficiencies.
This course equips you to confidently assess newborns, identify abnormalities, diagnose excessive infant crying, and ensure proper care for premature infants
The online course "Infection Prevention" equips healthcare professionals with the knowledge and skills to prevent infections, focusing on neonates.
This course offers an in-depth exploration of Dysmorphology, a critical aspect of clinical genetics. The focus is on syndrome diagnosis in children with distinctive physical abnormalities and facial features.
In this course, an exploration of the typical progression of pubertal development in children and adolescents takes place, alongside discerning the circumstances that should trigger a clinician's consideration of precocious puberty.
In this course, the focus is on pediatric emergencies, where the presentation of non-specific signs and symptoms can often mimic other conditions. Notably, altered mental status, including seizures, emerges as a common avenue for various endocrine emergencies in children.