Autism Case Training (Continuing Education)

Diagnosing

Case Study A:
Communicating Concerns: Screening and Diagnosis Results

Primary care physicians are responsible for conducting developmental screening in children. If one suspects that a child might have autism spectrum disorder (ASD), the physician must be prepared for a potentially complicated and difficult conversation with the child’s family.

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Case Study B:
Making an Autism Spectrum Disorder Diagnosis

The diagnosis of ASD is made on the basis of detailed information obtained from the child’s caregivers, careful observation and assessment of the child, and the use of standardized tools.

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Continuing Education

This module has been approved for CE, see Course Detail for more information.

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  • Course Number: WB2768
  • CE Origination Date: November 1, 2016
  • CE Expiration Date: November 1, 2020

Following completion of all case studies in a module, please go to www.cdc.gov/TCEOnline to evaluate the course and receive a certificate of completion. You can also print an ongoing transcript of all your TCEOnline CE activities to secure continuing education.  You must complete all case studies in this module to receive continuing education; you can take them at once or at different times.

Please note: As of September 30, 2018, MOC-Part 2 credits are no longer available for this course. CME and other CE types are still available. 

Direct any questions to Dr. Jennifer Zubler at wyv4@cdc.gov.

How to Get CE

Click here to learn how to get your CE once you’ve completed the modules.