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Hopkins Outreach for Pediatric Education
The mission of Hopkins Outreach for Pediatric Education is to improve the care of severely ill and injured children in Maryland by:
- Providing quality education to health care providers caring for children in a variety of settings
- Emphasizing preventive aspects of health care in order to optimize outcomes in ill and injured children
- Serving as a forum for long-range development of educational initiatives for all child health care providers
- Collaborating with community resources for design, implementation and evaluation of pediatric continuing education programs
View the Courses:
2016 PALS Course
2015 PEARS Course
For a HOPE brochure, including a PALS/PEARS course registration form, please contact the HOPE Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 410-614-1960.
Registration forms may be faxed to 410-502-5103.
If you are inquiring about CPR, BLS or ACLS courses, please contact the CPR Office at email@example.com or call 410-955-9343.
Individuals who successfully complete the cognitive skills examination in accordance with the guidelines of the American Heart Association, Maryland Affiliate, Inc., will be awarded a two-year PALS Provider status.
Hopkins Outreach for Pediatric Education was born from collaboration between the Department of Pediatric Surgery and Department of Pediatric Emergency Medicine at the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center. The genesis of HOPE was a desire to meet a need for continuing education among healthcare providers in Maryland.
Outreach initiatives offered by HOPE will include Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS). PALS courses will be available in the metropolitan Baltimore and surrounding area through a combined effort of public safety agencies, community hospitals and the Johns Hopkins Children's Center.
Pediatric education will include courses for the local healthcare community, pediatric continuing education programs and an annual symposium dedicated to pediatric trauma and emergencies.
Education of healthcare providers is a critical link in ensuring that the chain of survival functions effectively for critically ill and injured children.
Faculty & Staff
Elizabeth Hunt, M.D., M.P.H, PH.D.
Director, JH Medicine Simulation Center
Assistant Professor, Ane SOM Pediatric Anesthesiology
Justin Jeffers, M.D.
Assistant Professor, School of Medicine
SOM Pediatric Emergency Medicine
HOPE Medical Director
Cheryl Camacho, NREMT-P
Pediatric Education Specialist
HOPE Program Coordinator