1st Five Educational Webinars for Primary Care Providers

CHSC offers free, lunch and learn webinars each month to support Iowa's 1st Five Healthy Mental Development Initiative. The purpose of this education series is to help providers and their staff better identify and treat developmental delays in children, assess family risk factors, and refer to a 1st Five team to meet the family's needs. CME and CEU credits can be awarded to primary care providers in 1st Five counties in cooperations with the University of Iowa College of Nursing and Carver College of Medicine. Listed below are the dates and topics for upcoming webinars. Recordings of archived webinars are also available here.

Upcoming Webinars

February 21, 2018

ACES and the Impact of Sexual Abuse

Dr. Resmiye Oral - UIHC Department of Pediatrics Child Protection Program



March 21, 2018

Family Engagement- Part 1

Martha Hanley, MA

Sharon Rettinger, Family Navigator Network Coordinator

Shawn Wittrock, Family Navigator

Child Health Specialty Clinics



April 18, 2018

Family Engagement- Part 2

Martha Hanley, MA

Sharon Rettinger, Family Navigator Network Coordinator

Shawn Wittrock, Family Navigator

Child Health Specialty Clinics



May 16, 2018

Gender Identity Issues and Autism Spectrum Disorder

Dr. Peter Daniolos - UI Child and Adolescent Psychiatry



June 18, 2018

ADHD in Children: Review of diagnosing, treating, and monitoring

Dr. Susan Pike - UI Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

Child Health Specialty Clinics



Archived Webinars

August 30, 2017   

Impact of Stress on the Developing Brain

Dr. Hanna Stevens - University of Iowa Department of Psychiatry



September 20, 2017

Developmental Surveillance and Screening in Practice 

Dr. Meredith Fishbane-Gordon - UIHC Department of Pediatrics/1st Five Medical Consultant

Jill Permeswaran, RN, BSN UI College of Nursing PNP Student



October 19, 2017

Poverty, Race, and Our Youngest Children: Critical Roles for Primary Health Care in Achieving Health Equity

Charles Bruner, PhD

Mary Nelle Trefz, MPH

Child and Family Policy Center



November 15, 2017

The Good, The Bad and the Ugly- Normal vs. Abnormal Development from Birth to Age 5

Dr. Nate Noble - Blank Children’s Hospital Developmental Pediatrics



December 20, 2017

Updates on Food Allergies and Feeding Guidelines for Infants and Children

Tonya Krueger MA, RDN, LD - Child Health Specialty Clinics



January 17, 2018

The Psychotherapeutic Effects of a Good Poo

Joni Bosch, PhD - University of Iowa Center for Disabilities and Development

Division of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics