Continuing Education Offerings
As the region's largest and only freestanding licensed children's hospital, Covenant Children's views pediatric education as an integral part of our mission.
We hold two major conferences each year, one for pediatrics and one for child abuse.
In partnership with Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, we host an annual pediatrics conference with topics around general pediatrics as well as pediatric specialties.
Child abuse conference
Each April we host the region's largest child abuse conference.
- View details on the 2022 child abuse conference
- Attendees: Access materials of the 2022 conference (Note: if you cannot locate the password provided to attendees, please contact Kaci Thompson)
We are pleased to offer local and regional providers, facilities, and other organizations with pediatric education opportunities such as S.T.A.B.L.E., NRP, PALS, Fetal Monitoring, TNCC, ENPC, etc. You can request education for your own facility/staff at any time - we make every effort to accommodate all requests.
Education is offered by our nurse educators, other nursing leadership, physician partners, and others. See our calendar for upcoming opportunities.
Descriptions of Lecture Offerings
This lecture is geared towards Emergency Room caregivers. This lecture is designed to allow caregivers to identify stroke signs and symptoms, describe stroke treatment options and associated time frames, discuss monitoring the ischemic stroke patient per American Heart Association guidelines, and describe interventions for hemorrhagic stroke.
2 hour in-person education geared toward Emergency Department caregivers and EMS with limited exposure to the laboring OB patients. It involves brief discussion of the objectives, with more focus on hands-on time with a manikin to learn skills. Learning objectives will be understanding of normal childbirth process, how to identify abnormal presentations in childbirth, discuss management of abnormal presentations, discuss maneuvers to utilize for abnormal presentations in childbirth and to discuss basic neonatal and immediate post-partum care.
An educational lecture that will help licensed clinicians who may attend a delivery with understanding delayed cord clamping and the benefits and risks to provide safe care. Capacity will depend on the room capacity at each facility, unless presented virtually.
Virtual or in-person lecture to discuss identifying clinical presentation of RSV/Bronchiolitis, specific steps in evidence-based care of RSV patients and identifying family education topics. Target audience will be caregivers in clinic and hospital working with pediatrics.
1.5 hour educational lecture to help recognize early signs/symptoms of Sepsis in children and infants. Recommended for any caregivers treating pediatric patients.
An educational lecture geared towards licensed caregivers that will help bedside clinicians with general newborn assessment . Capacity will depend on the room capacity at each facility, unless presented virtually.
An educational lecture offered to help licensed caregivers caring for neonates to better identify, assess, and manage the care for withdrawing neonates. Capacity will depend on the room capacity at each facility, unless presented virtually.
An educational lecture that will help licensed bedside clinicians with understanding neonatal hypothermia in order to deliver safe care. Capacity will depend on the room capacity at each facility, unless presented virtually.
An educational lecture to identify common pediatric orthopedic injuries with emphasis on fractures. Discuss diagnostic procedures to perform when treating pediatric patients. Recognize treatment options and special considerations to take when caring for pediatric patients. Target audience is providers and caregivers working with orthopedic injuries in the pediatric patient. 1 hour CNE is provided.
Forty-five minute lecture to discuss the criteria for ECMO/early intervention/exclusion criteria. Target audience would be any caregivers in Maternal Fetal Medicine, pediatrics, and OB.
4 hour lecture to help caregivers recognize life-threatening bleeding and intervene effectively. This is recommended for anyone in the healthcare field, classroom or community.