Educating Practices in the Community (EPIC)
Educating Practices in the Community (EPIC) is a signature program of the Child Health and Development Institute (CHDI), designed to inform pediatricians and their staff about critical children’s health issues within the comfort of their own offices. Connecticut Children’s Medical Center works closely with CHDI to assist its success in ensuring that all children in Connecticut have access to and benefit from a comprehensive, effective, community-based health and mental health care system. Together with other collaborators of CHDI, we work to advance sustainable improvements in primary and preventive health and mental health care practices for all Connecticut children.
In effort to stimulate such sustainable improvements, Connecticut Children’s Medical Center works closely with CHDI in the development of a number of EPIC training modules.
- Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Behavioral Health Screening: Integration into Pediatric Primary Care
- Care Coordination in the Medical Home
- Children's Behavior Problems: Brief Office Interventions
- Collaborative Health Care: From Vision to Practice
- Connecting Children to Behavioral Health Services
- Developmental Surveillance & Help Me Grow
- Family-Professional Partnerships in the Medical Home
- Hearing Loss
- Injection Protection: Reducing the Pain of Immunizations
- Oral Health
- Teen Driver Safety
- Trauma Screening, Identification and Referral in Pediatric Practice