Target Audience: Medical Professionals and Medical Students.
This course employs an interactive resource to educate clinicians on how to give a postnatal diagnosis of Down syndrome, using two simulated sessions with a patient and her husband.
Brighter Tomorrows Credits
Funding and support for Brighter Tomorrows was provided by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities, through a cooperative agreement with the Association of University Centers on Disabilities (Grant No: AUCD RTOI 2007-03-01). However, the content of these modules do not necessarily reflect the position nor the policy of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention nor the Association of University Centers on Disabilities and no official endorsements should be inferred.
Original Web-Based Version Core Medical Team:
Project Principal Investigator
Harold L. Kleinert, Human Development Institute
Project Co-Principal Investigator
Lynn Campbell, M.D., University of Kentucky College of Medicine
Carol Lunney, Ph.D., Human Development Institute
Core Medical Team
James E. Ferguson, M.D., University of Kentucky College of Medicine
Malkanthie McCormick, M.D., University of Kentucky College of Medicine
Additional Core Medical Members (First Funding Cycle)
Karen Mason, M.D., University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Shersten Killip, M.D., University of Kentucky College of Medicine
Expert Parent Team (First Funding Cycle)
- Karen & Kerry Boudreaux
- Becky Lesch
- Nicole Maher
- James McCormick, M.D.
- Pamela Shaw, D.M.D.
- Meg Steinman
- Harold L. Kleinert, Ed.D, Project Lead
- Patti Singleton, MS, Instructional Designer
- Stephanie Meredith, MA, Content Reviewer
- Angela Trepanier, MS, CGC, Content Reviewer
- Mark Leach, JD, MA, Content Reviewer
- Brian Skotko, MD, Content Reviewer
- Katie Stoll, MA, LGC, Content Reviewer
- Kate Meredith, Video Captioning
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