This year we have implemented a new schedule for our primary care curriculum. As in years past, we are using the Johns Hopkins PEAC modules to guide our primary care education.

  • The second Monday and Tuesday morning report of every +2 block for your Comer Crew
  • Each session we will review different assigned topics, residents will be assigned to lead each topic

ROUND 1
The Newborn Visit and Newborn Care
Pediatric Primary Care and Health Supervision Guidelines
Immunizations I
Immunizations II
Breastfeeding
Colic and Temperament
Advocacy

ROUND 2
Sleep and Sleep Problems
Toilet Training
Oral Health
Vision Screening
Hearing Screening in Primary Care
Anemia
Adverse Childhood Experiences and Trauma Informed Care

ROUND 3
Motor Development
Language Development
Developmental Screening
Discipline
Injury Prevention
School Issues in Primary Care
Behavior Change in Pediatrics: Motivational Interviewing

ROUND 4
Fever
Influenza
RSV
Pediatric TB in Primary Care
Heart Murmurs
Intimate Partner Violence
Child Maltreatment

ROUND 5
Preceonception and Interconception Care in Primary Pediatrics
The Prenatal Pediatric Visit
Primary Care Follow-Up for Premature Infants I
Primary Care Follow-Up for Premature Infants II
Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome in the Outpatient Clinic
HIV-Exposed Infant: Diagnosis and Management
Care of Children with Special Healthcare Needs

ROUND 6
AOM and AOE
Allergic Disorders
Asthma Diagnosis and Management
Childhood Lead Toxicity
Constipation
Enuresis
Caring for Patients with Limited English Proficiency

ROUND 7
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Childhood Obesity
Common Skin Problems: Acne
Common Skin Problems: Eczema
Hypertension
Addressing Tobacco Use
Transitioning Children and Youth to Adult-Oriented Care

ROUND 8
Approach to the Adolescent Patient
Contraception and the Adolescent Patient
Eating Disorders in Adolescents
Normal and Abnormal Adolescent Growth and Development
Mental Health Issues in Pediatric Primary Care
STIs in Adolescents
Vaginal Bleeding and Pregnancy