The PPC works with the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) to implement an annual broadcast on a topic related to pediatric pulmonary and sleep medicine. The broadcasts are archived indefinitely on the ADPH web site. Continuing Education (CE) for nurses and social workers is generally available for 2 years.

April 25, 2018 | When Dreams Become Nightmares: Pediatric Narcolepsy

Brad Troxler, M.D.
Heather Thompson, Young Adult affected by Narcolepsy
Lori Thompson, R.Ph., PharmD
Parent of Young Adult affected by Narcolepsy

May 11, 2017 | A Personalized Approach to Pediatric Asthma Management

Isabel Virella-Lowell, M.D.

April 28, 2016 | Smoke and Mirrors: Electronic Cigarettes and Child Health

Susan Walley, M.D., CTTS, FAAP
Ann P. Slattery, DrPH, RN, Rph, CSPI, DABAT

May 5, 2015 | Burning More Than the Midnight Oil: Sleep Deprivation and Teens

Mary Halsey Maddox, M.D.

April 30, 2014 | Safe Sleep – You Can Do It, We Can Help!

Mary H. Wagner, M.D.
Catherine L. Wood, M.D., FAAP

May 16, 2013 | Coughing and Kids: When It’s Not Just Asthma

Wynton C. Hoover, M.D., FAAP
Kristin Bradford
Parent of a Child with chronic respiratory symptoms

May 24, 2012 | Why Won’t You Go To Sleep? Pediatric Insomnia and Its Impact on Families

Bradley Troxler, MD
Ellie Frederick, Parent of a Child with Insomnia

April 27, 2011 | Children with Chronic Respiratory Complaints: When Does Normal Become Abnormal?

J.P. Clancy, M.D.
Angela Happney
Parent of a daughter diagnosed with Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia

Collaborative PPC Continuing Education

Cross Cultural Health Care – Case Studies
Description: These interactive, engaging learning modules includes a module with core concepts, and five cross cultural health care case studies, each accompanied by a lecture and learning activities

Pediatric Sleep Education Modules

Intended for primary care and allied health providers, this site contains six modules covering multiple aspects of pediatric sleep disorders. Each module contains an introduction and background information, interactive scenarios with evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment information, interdisciplinary roles, expert insights, and tools for families and providers. Continuing Medical Education (CME) credit is available for free.