Continuing Medical Education in Fetal Therapy

The Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia offers both web-based and in-person continuing medical education (CME) events for professionals interested in learning more about specific fetal conditions and surgical interventions. Our unique depth and breadth of experience may be helpful to you in guiding your patients.

Online Continuing Medical Education

We offer the following accredited online CME activities that incorporate current evidence-based diagnostic techniques to guide maternal-fetal medicine specialists and surgeons to perform optimal care and achieve better outcomes for patients with high-risk pregnancies.

Click on the links below to find course descriptions and links to register for each online CME module. All are eligible for CME credit for physicians, and some are eligible for continuing education (CE) credit for nurses. Online CME modules currently available include:

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The American Board of Surgery (ABS) Part 2: CME and Self-Assessment

Each Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment featured Internet CME activity lecture provides Category 1 CME and self-assessment credit(s) toward Part 2 of the ABS MOC Program.

Enter and track your CME activities using your CME Repository »
Additional information regarding the MOC program »

In-person CME Programs

These programs and dinner lectures are ideal for professionals who wish to meet and interact with CME presenters in person. If you'd like to request a CME dinner in your area or be notified about new CME opportunities, contact us at 1-800-IN-UTERO (1-800-468-8376) or use our online form.

Advanced Fetal Cardiovascular Imaging and Care Symposium

Take your knowledge of fetal cardiovascular imaging to the next level by attending the Advanced Fetal Cardiovascular Imaging and Care Symposium on Sept. 18-19, 2015, presented by CHOP’s Fetal Heart Program.

Dinner Series: Optimizing Perinatal Care for Fetuses with Congenital Anomalies

The Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment, in conjunction with our colleagues from the Neonatal Outreach Program, the Fetal Heart Program at the Cardiac Center and the Division of Urology, are pleased to offer a collaborative series of dinner lectures focused on the perinatal care of fetuses with congenital anomalies. More information »

Reviewed on April 30, 2014