CMEs and Events

  • What’s New in Medicine 2022. Friday, September 9 and Saturday, September 10, 2022. This hybrid CME meeting and workshop offers all-day sessions on infectious diseases, internal medicine and pediatrics. See the event brochure.

  • Epilepsy Symposium 2022. September 17, 2022, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. A panel of experts from Seattle Children’s Neurology, Epileptology, Genetics and Neurosurgery Programs will be discussing best practices and novel approaches to managing and treating epilepsy to improve outcomes. Providers, parents and caregivers are welcome. This event is offered both in-person and virtually. Visit the symposium website.
  • Patient Assessment and Parent/Guardian Consent for Starting Gender Affirming Hormone Therapy in Youth Under 18. Wednesday, September 28, 2022, from noon to 1 p.m. This virtual outreach event from the Gender Clinic is designed for community providers who are already familiar with prescribing gender-affirming hormone therapy. Presenters will address common concerns and questions about assessments prior to starting hormone therapy and parent/guardian consent for hormone therapy. This event is offered to boost providers’ skills, competency, and comfort in providing gender-affirming medications to youth under age 18. RSVP to dawn.riley@seattlechildrens.org. More details will be posted soon on the Gender Clinic’s Education and Resources for Healthcare Professionals.

Project ECHO

  • Caring for Gender Diverse Youth, Series II – A Project Echo. Monthly virtual sessions from September 2022 through February 2023 will focus on medical topics including puberty blockers, masculinizing treatments, and feminizing treatments. Category I CME credits and Quality Improvement MOC (Part 4) credits are available. Participation in Series II is not contingent on participation in Series I. Registration is free. Learn more and register.