Newborn Screening Education is Virginia's
Destination for Online Continuing Education
Newborn Dried Blood-Spot Screening
Newborn Screening is a public health activity used for early identification of infants affected by certain genetic, metabolic, hormonal and/or functional conditions. This course covers screening for 29 heritable disorders and genetic diseases performed through dried blood spot testing. Now includes content on SCID! Free.
This educational module offers evidence-based content for healthcare providers on the identification and implications of Critical Congenital Heart Disease, assistance in establishing a screening program, and resources for helping parents understand the testing process and results. Now includes a webinar: "Educating Parents about CCHD Screening." Free.
CCHD MOC Part 2
For Physicians only. This activity is designed to assess the participant's knowledge of CCHD screening requirements and processes and to provide theory and practice in interpreting screening results. Following completion of the activity, participants should be able to complete a pulse oximetry screen, interpret the results, and describe follow-up procedures. Free.