Public Health Spotlight: Pediatric Advancement Speakers Series (PASS)

The Rural Pediatric Network was established as part of a joint initiative with Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta (Children’s), Mercer University School of Medicine (MUSM), and the Georgia Rural Health Innovation Center (GRHIC). The network serves as a means of support for all of Georgia’s rural pediatricians and rural family practitioners to keep care for kids close to home.

Pediatric Advancement Speakers Series (PASS) is a free monthly training series for providers to earn CME credits, offered by Mercer University School of Medicine, through one-hour virtual training sessions, with subject matter experts in a variety of topics, such as infectious disease, endocrinology, mental health, and many more.

Upcoming PASS Dates:

November 8: Rural Pediatric Patient Case Study | Rural Pediatrician Jennifer Stroud, MD

December 6: Obesity Medicine | Stephanie Walsh, MD

Visit the Rural Pediatric Network site to learn more and register.