SDBP Virtual Workshops - 1 Day Conference

February 10, 2023

SDBP is offering a number of interactive workshops to continue your professional
educational development! 

Workshops include:

  • Transition to Adulthood for Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Guide to Launching
    Your Multidisciplinary Team Approach
  • Mental Health Parity For DBP Professionals: Strategies To Improve Service Access
    And Equity For Individuals With Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Practical Updates in Psychometric Testing for DBPeds Providers

And more!

Complete schedule and registration coming soon!

SDBP 2023 Annual Meeting

September 7 - 11, 2023

Hilton Minneapolis
1001 Marquette Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55403

See you in Minneapolis!

SDBP 2022 Annual Meeting

October 20-24, 2022

Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel
1550 Court Pl, Denver, CO 80202


2022 Annual Meeting - FULL ONLINE PROGRAM

Half Day Workshops

Teaching DBPeds Educational Workshop

Registration Fees

2022 Lectureship Award Recipient

Margaret Montoya (she, her, ella)

Professor Emerita of Law, UNM School of Law  
Consultant on Racial and Health Equity

Lectureship Presentation: Critical Race Knowledge and Skills:  Origins and Applications to Pediatrics

Follow-up Discussion:  Using Storytelling to Improve Pediatricians’ Racial Literacy

Margaret Montoya was among the first cohort of students of color at Harvard Law School.  She was a member of the UNM law school faculty for 28 years after practicing law in Massachusetts, New York, and New Mexico. She worked to create access programs for students and faculty of color in law and medicine. She is a founding member of LatCrit (, a group that centers the Latinx experience in critical legal theory.  In 2002, she began combining her work in critical legal theory with issues of health equity. She served for years as the Senior Advisor to Chancellor of the UNM Health Science Center. She and reproductive health colleagues founded CERCL-FP (Centering Equity, Race, and Cultural Literacy in Family Planning), a collective of dedicated intersectional multidisciplinary professionals who employ critical race theory (CRT) and reproductive justice (RJ) frameworks to analyze and dismantle interpersonal and structural racism within all sectors of family planning healthcare. CERCL has developed an antiracism training program called Racial Literacy, which uses the CRT and RJ skills and knowledge to address the gaps in medical education pertaining to racism and inequities. Prof. Montoya has been active in local political issues involving early childhood education, COVID vaccine equity, and served in the Governor’s Advisory Council for Racial Justice.  She has been a mentor to numerous law students, law graduates, and junior faculty.  Her work has been recognized with symposia, an annual writing retreat, and numerous academic and community awards. As a wife, step/mother, and grandmother, she seeks to combine her professional and personal lives.

CE/CME and MOC Part 2 Information

SDBP 2022 CME / MOC part 2 information 

In support of improving patient care, this activity has been planned and implemented by Amedco LLC and Society for Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics.  Amedco LLC is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.

Full Accreditation Statement click here

How to Get Your Certificate

1.Go to

  1. Click on one of the two links for CME or MOC part2
  2. Evaluate the meeting.
  3. Print, download, or save your certificate for your records.

If you lose your certificate, or need help, go to