BRK 13: AN APPROACH TO ROUTINE HEALTH SUPERVISION FOR CHILDREN WITH MEDICAL COMPLEXITY
Tammie Dewan, MD; Esther Lee, MD

Learning Objectives:
1) Appreciate the unique needs of children with medical complexity with respect to routine and preventive care
2) Review the current evidence for preventive care in children with medical complexity and the development of an evidence-based health supervision guideline
3) Develop an approach to the practical and comprehensive review of children with medical complexity in the context of routine outpatient visits
4) Conduct regular discussions with families of children with medical complexity regarding goals of care and advance directives

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* 1. Please indicate your opinion about each of the following statements.

  Strongly Agree Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly Disagree
The course followed description in the program.
The course began on time and was well paced.
The faculty communicated clearly and effectively.
The course used practical examples to teach points.
The faculty involved participants in the course.
The faculty allowed enough time for questions.
The course met its objectives as stated in the program.
The information presented will help me accomplish my professional responsibilities.
The course has given me a basis for making changes in my practice.

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* 2. Did this course have a commercial bias?

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* 3. Should the Academy repeat this course next year?

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* 4. Please suggest any topics of interest for a future course.

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* 5. General comments:

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