Current Status
Not Enrolled
Price
Closed
Get Started
This course is currently closed

In order to access this recorded presentation, you MUST log in with your CME System credentials using the BLUE LOGIN BUTTON below.

18th Annual Yale Pediatric Update - Session 3

Social Media: Pandemic Friend or Foe?

FACULTY

David L. Hill, MD, FAAP

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, UNC School of Medicine

AAP Council Management Committee

Pediatric Hospitalist, Goldsboro Pediatrics Hospital

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

1) Recognize the scope of social media use among children and teens

2) Understand the potential benefits and hazards of social media use for mental and physical health

3) Feel comfortable counseling patients and parents on social media use

Speaker Evaluation - Please complete AFTER completing the presentation content. If you have not completed the CONTENT, do not submit this evaluation.
YOU MUST COMPLETE THE CONTENT BEFORE SUBMITTING THE EVALUATION. FAILURE TO DO SO WILL RESULT IN NO CERTIFICATE BEING ISSUED BY THE SYSTEM.

18th Annual Yale Pediatric Update Evaluation Form - Session 3 - Hill
If you have not completed the CONTENT for this recorded session, please go back and complete it. The CME system will not generate the CME certificate for this presentation unless you do.

Simply completing this speaker evaluation will NOT generate your CME certificate. You must view the recorded content and pass the post-test.

Thank you.

Evaluation Summary

5 (outstanding)4321 (below average)
Quality and variety of topics presented
Atmosphere and manner in which course was conducted
Online registration process
Virtual experience

Session Evaluation

3) David L. Hill, MD, FAAP | Social Media: Pandemic Friend or Foe?

Objectives:
1) Recognize the scope of social media use among children and teens
2) Understand potential benefits and hazards of social media use for mental and physical health
5 (outstanding)4 (excellent)3 (very good)2 (average)1 (below average)
Enter your first and last name and professional credentials.