The Collaborative Office Rounds (COR) is an interdisciplinary continuing medical education activity that has been supported by Maternal Child Health funding* through NIH at the University of Michigan since 1995. The purpose of COR is to provide education and peer support to practitioners caring for children and families. Developmental Behavioral Pediatricians and Child Psychiatrists collaborate and work with primary care doctors and other pediatric providers to enhance the timeliness and comprehensive nature of culturally sensitive medical-behavioral care.
Objectives:- To improve COR member skills in screening, identification and management of developmental and behavioral disruptions and disorders.
- To improve knowledge of community programs and resources while enhancing member knowledge and sensitivity to many cultural backgrounds of Michigan families.
- To reach out to primary care providers in under-served Michigan regions.
Calendar of Events
COR group will meet in the Commons Room on the 10th floor at the University of Michigan Center for Human Growth & Development, located at 300 NIB at 300 North Ingalls Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48109. Meetings are generally the 1st, 3rd, and 5th Wednesday of each month between mid-September through mid-June from 7:30-9 AM. Refreshments provided. Please see the schedules for past and future topics.
Meeting Location & Content: - COR group meets in the Commons Room on the 10th floor at the University of Michigan Center for Human Growth & Development, located at 300 NIB at 300 North Ingalls Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48109. (See Map below) Meetings are held every first, third and fifth Wednesdays, mid-September to mid-June from 7:30-9 am. See calendar of events for the schedule of all meetings - topics and case discussions.
Some of this site content is restricted to members only. If you are interested in joining COR, or becoming a remote member, please contact Barbara Felt, MD at 734-936-9777 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Members are expected to commit to group attendance over the year in order to enrich the experience for all members. In general, the COR is for medical and mental health providers who work with children and families and is not generally open to the public.
Disclaimer: The presentation materials are for member's use and are meant as general overviews. The presenters are typically not experts in the field or topic. Therefore, information on this website is only intended to help aid others on these subjects and provide links to other resources.
Funded by #6T20MC07463-07 Health Resources and Services Administration Maternal & Child Health-Grant