This course is designed for Iowa Child Health Care Providers (CHCP), Pediatricians, Family Physicians, Physician Assistants, and Nurse Practitioners. The goals of the course are to: • Build the capacity of Iowa Primary Health Care Providers to deliver health, developmental and social-emotional surveillance, screening, parent risk assessment, and anticipatory guidance to promote the healthy development of all Iowa children birth through age five years; and, • Build the capacity of Iowa's public and private health systems to promote healthy development through enhancement of the referral to and delivery of effective intervention services for at-risk children and improved linkages among all community-based service providers.
The intended audience for this course is Iowa Child Health Care Providers (CHCP), Pediatricians, Family Physicians, Physician Assistants, and Nurse Practitioners.
The length of time for participants to take this course is estimated to be one hour.
There are two sections in this course:
- Section 1: Contemporary Knowledge of Child Development
- Section 2: Identifying and Assisting Children with Concerns