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Continuing Education

Children's Mercy provides comprehensive resources to support practicing health care professionals of diverse backgrounds to continue in their academic and educational pursuits.

Continuing Education for Physicians and Nurses

The Continuing Medical Education (CME) program at Children's Mercy supports physicians in their effort to remain at the cutting edge of their profession.

We provide many opportunities for nurses to gain further expertise in pediatric clinical care. Learn more about our Continuing Nursing Education (CNE) offerings, including accredited courses, special events and more.

Register to view Grand Rounds and earn Continuing Education credit by completing a short pre/post test and evaluation.

Grand Rounds Classics, are comprised of select lectures that have been chosen for their unique contribution to pediatric knowledge.

Continuing Education for All Health care Professionals

The Office of Faculty Development provides services to support professional and personal career growth through teaching, clinical practice, and research.

The American Heart Association Training Center at Children's Mercy offers a variety of training programs in both CPR and Life Support.

The Children's Mercy Center for Bioethics offers the only pediatric bioethics certificate program in the world. Students will become knowledgeable issues such as the role of ethics committees, ethics consultations, futility and moral distress, end-of-life decisions, research ethics, and much more.

Children's Mercy offers simulation programs for resuscitation training with computer-controlled mannequins which simulate life-like medical conditions and real-time physiological responses. Students learn and practice seldom-used but critical emergency treatment skills.

Children's Mercy Critical Care Transport provides outreach education for community clinic and hospital nurses, EMS and fire personnel in conjunction with our Trauma Services and Neonatal Outreach programs.

The Neonatal Outreach Education Program at Children's Mercy is designed to promote the education of the region's health care professionals and the public about neonatal and perinatal care.