Update on Pediatric Antibiotics
Providers need a special knowledge base and skill-set when treating pediatric patients with infections. Treating infectious diseases in the pediatric population is based on empirical antibiotic selection and clinical decision-making.
This course provides an updated review about pediatric antibiotic therapy focusing on pediatric infections and conditions, workups toward treatment decisions, and antibiotic treatment strategies. By providing you with descriptive examples and interactive lessons, this training helps you recognize how providers determine antibiotic therapy regimens for pediatric patients.
The course is designed for clinical providers providing care to a pediatric population. Providers should have basic to intermediate levels of experience in pediatric clinical practice. To complete the course and receive continuing education credits, you must achieve an 80% score on the post-test and complete the course evaluation.