ACPA designs educational activities to enhance the knowledge and competency of physicians and other healthcare professionals. ACPA optimizes interdisciplinary care and outcomes for healthcare professionals who treat patients with oral cleft and craniofacial conditions.
The goal of all accredited education developed by ACPA is to improve individual performance of learners and to effectively improve patient health outcomes. The impact of ACPA’s accredited education activities is evaluated by measuring changes in knowledge and competence, and when appropriate, collecting self-reported change(s) in performance.
Specific webinar information including title, description, educational objectives, disclosures and credit amount may be found on the ACPA Online Learning website. ACPA provides continuing medical and speech education through ACCME and ASHA. ACPA works with the North Carolina Nurses Association to award contact hours for designated webinars. Specific webinar information may be found on the ACPA Online Learning website.
Webinar topics and speakers are selected by members of ACPA’s Education Committee and their disclosures are listed below. Disclosures for presenters and authors of specific webinars may be found in each course overview in the Online Learning Portal.
Continuing Medical Education
The American Cleft Palate–Craniofacial Association (ACPA) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Continuing Nursing Education
ACPA works with the North Carolina Nurses Association to award contact hours for designated webinars. Specific webinar information may be found on the ACPA Online Learning website.