Read AAP 2011 Conference Friday, October 14 Program Schedule text version

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11:30 am ­ 5:30 pm 12:00 pm ­ 3:30 pm 5:30 pm ­ 8:30 pm 7:30 pm ­ 9:30 pm

OCTOBER 14

WELCOME TO THE 2011 AAP EXPERIENCE

Peds 21--Pediatrics for the 21st Century

Ending Childhood Obesity Within a Generation--Innovations in Practice

AAP Community Cares Project AAP kids' Camp welcome Reception

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EduCATION/NETWORKING

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Relax, rejuvenate and reconnect with family, friends and colleagues after a day of focused learning. Make memories that will last a lifetime. Attend the many evening signature events and explore Boston through the AAP Tour Program.

October 15­18, 2011 \\ www.AAPexperience.org

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COURSES AND SECTION/COUNCIL PROGRAMS

8:00 am ­ 5:15 pm

H0010 Section on Urology: Pediatric Urology Nurse Specialists (PUNS) Annual Meeting

Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel, Commonwealth Ballroom

8:00am

8:30 am ­ 5:00 pm

C0009 NRP Current Issues Seminar

BCEC, Room 258 Welcome&Overview HotTopicsfortheNRP6thEdition OxygenintheDeliveryRoom:Current KnowledgeandUnansweredQuestions 9:45am NRPYoungInvestigatorAward Presentation 10:00am Break 10:15am NeonatalChestCompressions--Whyis theNewbornUnique? 10:45am NRPResearchGrantPresentation 11:00am SpecialConsiderationsinNeonatal AirwayManagement 11:30am EthicalConsiderationsinNeonatal Resuscitation 12:00pm HelpingBabiesBreathe 12:15pm Lunch 1:00-2:30pm ConcurrentSessionsPartI Breakout1:NRPClasses2011and Beyond-WhatDoINeedtoKnowasan Instructor? Breakout2A:RollupyourSleevesand PracticeNRP Breakout2B:RollupyourSleevesand PracticeNRP Breakout3:CaseBasedDiscussions withAudienceResponseSystem(ARS) 2:30-2:45pm Break 2:45-4:15pm ConcurrentSessionsPartII Breakout1:NRPClasses2011and Beyond--WhatDoINeedtoKnowasan Instructor? Breakout2A:RollupyourSleevesand PracticeNRP Breakout2B:RollupyourSleevesand PracticeNRP Breakout3:CaseBasedDiscussions withAudienceResponseSystem(ARS) 4:15pm Adjourn 4:15pm (Optional) Jointhefacultyforadebriefing sessionandanopportunitytoaskany unansweredquestions.

8:30am 8:45am 9:15am

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8:00 am ­ 11:30 am

C0005 Pediatric Practice Manager Program: Enhancing Your Practice

BCEC, Room 162

8:00am 8:10am

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Introductions/Welcome ImplementingandEvaluatingSuccessful PracticeChange

Holly Parlavecchio, RN, CNAA, CAPPM

Welcometo25thAnnualPUNS Program

Cindy Camille, MSN, FNP, CPNP, Chair

8:15am

9:00am

ThePracticeManager:TheAgentof Change

Nancy Babbitt, FACMPE 8:45am

Past,Present,andFutureofPediatric Urology

Alan Retik, MD, FAAP

9:50am 10:30am

RoundTableDiscussions TheNCQAProcess:OnePractice's ExperienceImplementingaChange

Christoph Diasio, MD, FAAP; Tricia Barrett

ChildSexualAbuse:WhattheUrology ProviderNeedstoKnow

Angelique Champeau, MSN, CPNP

9:45am

PsychosocialAspectsofComplex PediatricUrologyPatients

Diane Price, MSW, LICSW, Social Worker, Bladder Exstrophy Program

8:00 am ­ 12:00 pm

H0007 Section on Surgery: Residents Conference Forum and Future Career Options for Pediatric Surgery Residents

BCEC, Room 159 As part of the Section on Surgery's mission on educating residents, this conference provides perspectives for graduating residents in pediatric surgery on what makes for a good fit between a young surgeon and an institution and clinical practice. This is a venue in which employment opportunities are disseminated to the residents in pediatric surgery. This program represents a unique forum where pediatric surgery residents throughout the country can meet in one place and learn about their future options in their professional careers. This is also a great opportunity for them to meet their future colleagues and mentors, and find out about the most recent workforce trends.

10:45am 11:00am

Break Uroflowmetry&Biofeedback: Performance,Interpretation,and ApplicationinPediatricUrology

Andrew Combs, PA-C & Marlo Eldridge, MSN, CPNP

12:00pm

Lunch

PUNS Luncheon supported by Oceana Therapeutics, Inc.

1:30pm

SurgicalManagementofthe NeurogenicBladder:Wherearewe nowandwherearewegoing?

Earl Cheng, MD, FAAP

2:30pm

UrologyNursingPractice(Breakout SessionstoRunConcurrently) Urology101:Genitalmalformations

Michaelene Ribbeck, NP-C, PhD

AdvancedPractice:BillingandCoding

Natalie Plachter, MSN, CPNP 3:30pm 3:45pm

Break NightmaresandMiracles StomalStenosis

Anne Boisclair-Fahey, DNP, RN, CNP

Interstim

Pamela Hollatz, RN

UrologicEuphemisms:"What'sina Name?"

Doris Carlson, RN & Nancy Myers, RN 4:45pm MeettheFaculty/Networking 5:15pm Adjourn PUNS meeting activities supported by the Bedwetting Store

8:30 am ­ 11:45 am

C0012 Academic Skills Everyone Can Use

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BCEC, Room 50

8:30am 8:45am

Introduction:SkillsfortheIvoryTower andtheRealWorld TimeManagement:Tools,Tricks andTips

Eugenia Chan, MD, FAAP

9:35am

GettingPublished:AGuideforNew Authors

James Perrin, MD, FAAP

10:25am 10:40am 11:30am 11:45am

Break SpeakingSkills:FromPTAtalksto NationalConferences Wrap-upandResourcesforfurther learning Adjourn

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PRE-CONFERENCE EVENTS FRIdAY, OCTOBER 14 8:30 am ­ 11:30 am

C0013 AAP Joint Program With the European Academy of Pediatrics $$

BCEC, Room 102

8:30am 8:40am 9:10am 9:40am

9:00 am ­ 7:00 pm

H0015 Section on Emergency Medicine Program & Reception: Day 1 Committee for the Future, Scientific Abstracts, Awards

Seaport Hotel, Seaport Ballroom

Moderator: Robert Schremmer, MD, FAAP 9:00-9:35am GettingInvolvedinGlobalHealth--

10:00 am ­ 8:00 pm

H0021 Section on Perinatal Pediatrics Program & Reception: Day 1 Introduction to Neonatal Section Program (Program includes ONTPD Meeting, Merenstein Lecture, and Poster Reception)

BCEC, Room 52 A

10:00am 5:15pm

Introduction

Renée Jenkins, MD, FAAP

TheU.S.Situation

Renée Jenkins, MD, FAAP

TheEuropeanSituation

Patricia Hamilton

WithandWithoutLeavingHome

Donna Staton, MD, MPH, FAAP 9:35­10:10am PediatricEmergencyCareOutsidethe

EffectsofAlcoholonAdolescentBrain Development

John Kulig

10:10am 10:40am

PsychologicalApproach

TBD

UnitedStates:HowtoPreparefora SafeandEffectiveTrip?

Jennifer Watts, MD 10:10­10:45amPediatricEmergencyMedicineinthe 6:00pm 6:30pm

OrganizationofNeonatal-Perinatal TrainingProgramDirectors(ONTPD) MerensteinLecture:FutureStrategiesfor NeuroprotectionandNeurotherapeutic InterventionsinNewborns

Donna Ferriero, MD

BingeDrinkinginChildrenand Adolescents

Jose Ramet

PosterSessionandOpeningReception (Room 153) AuthorsPresentatPosters PosterWalkDiscussionsWithAuthors

GlobalSetting:HowCanIMakea Difference?

SV Mahadevan, MD, FACEP, FAAEM 10:45­11:00amInternationalSpeaker--"Onlocation" TBA 11:00­12:00pmPrograms,Projects,Postersand

11:10am

Question&AnswerSession

Poster Reception supported by NEO The Conference

EduCATION/NETWORKING

8:30 am ­ 6:00 pm

H0014 Section on Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery Program: Day 1 Quality Improvement Measures

Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel, Pacific Grand Ballroom E-H

8:30am

PicturesProgramandProjectDisplays

12:00-1:00pm LunchBreak

11:30 am ­ 5:30 pm

C0018 Pediatrics for the 21st Century: Ending Childhood Obesity Within a Generation--Innovations in Practice $$

ScientificAbstractPresentations, Posters,Awards

Moderator: Ronald Paul, MD, FAAP 1:00pm 1:05pm

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Welcome

Steven Rogers, MD, FAAP

AbstractPresentations

Moderators: Seema Mital, MD, FAAP, LuAnn Minich, MD, FAAP

Introduction

Ronald Paul, MD, FAAP

9:30am 9:45am

Break Symposium#1:QualityImprovement Measures;What,Where,When andWhy?

Moderator: Kathy Jenkins, MD, FAAP

PresentationofKenGraffAward2011

Recipient: Lawrence T. Siew, MD Presented by: Prashant Mahajan, MD, MBA, FAAP 1:15pm

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BCEC, Room 210

11:30am

DevelopingaPediatricCardiology QualityimprovementProgram

Carole Lannon, MD, FAAP

2009KenGraffResearchAward ProjectReport:ANationalEvaluationof theComparativeEffectivenessofCare forInjuredChildrenbyHospitalType

Sage Myers, MD

MeasuringQualityofCare:Lessons fromAdultCardiovascularDisease

Frederick Masoudi, MD, MSPH, FACC, FAHA, FACP

1:30pm

AbstractSessionI

Moderators: Michelle Stevenson, MD, FAAP & Evaline Alessandrini, MD, FAAP 12:40pm

P re-ConferenceNetworkingForumand PosterReview Enjoy a complimentary lunch, network with colleagues and review posters. ArnoldP.GoldFoundationHumanism inMedicineAward

Recipient: Victoria W. Rogers, MD, FAAP

PediatricCardiologyQuality MeasuresWorkingGroup

Kathy Jenkins, MD, FAAP

3:15pm 3:45pm

Break AbstractSessionII

Moderators: Stephen Freedman, MD, FAAP & Anupam Kharbanda, MD, MSc, FAAP

W elcome,Introductions,and PresentationoftheGoldFoundation HumanisminMedicineAward

O. Marion Burton, MD, FAAP, AAP President Moderator: William Cochran, MD, FAAP; Sylvia Escott-Stomp, RD; Dave Faxon, MD

WhatHaveWeLearnedFromQuality Improvement?

Ramesh Sachdeva, MD, PhD, JD, FAAP 12:45pm

1:45pm

PanelDiscussion Lunch--SocietyforPediatric CardiologyTrainingProgram Directors YoungInvestigatorAbstract Presentations

Moderators: Christopher Snyder, MD, FAAP, Jeffrey Towbin, MD, FAAP

5:30pm

Abstracts will be submitted for publication in Pediatric Emergency Care PMSectiononEmergencyMedicine Reception (Plaza Ballroom C)

Moderator: Ronald Paul, MD, FAAP

1:00pm

C urrentStateoftheEvidenceand RecommendationsforCare

Elsie M. Taveras, MD, MPH, FAAP; Nancy Copperman, MS, RD, CDN

5:30pm

3.30pm 3:45pm

Break YoungInvestigatorAbstract Presentations

Moderators: Christopher Snyder, MD, FAAP, Jeffrey Towbin, MD, FAAP

5:45pm 6:30pm

ViewingofResearchPosters Poster presenters are asked to stand by their posters from 5:30-6:30pm OralPresentationofTop5Posters(5 minuteseach) PresentationofAbstractAwards Willis Wingert, Overall Best Paper, Overall Best Poster

Ronald Paul, MD, FAAP

1:30pm

I nnovationsinObesityCare:TwoApproaches YouCanTryinYourOfficeTomorrow

Robert P. Schwartz, MD, FAAP; Myles Faith, PhD

3:00pm

E stablishingandMaintainingEffective DietitianandPediatricianTeams

Karen Kamachi, MD, CPE, FAAP; Joy Mendoza, RD

3:25pm

I t'saPackageDeal:Obesity,Diabetes andDyslipidemiainPrimaryCare

Francine P. Kaufman, MD, FAAP; Samuel Gidding, MD, FAAP; Aida Miles, MMSc, RD, LD

5:00pm 6:00pm

PosterQuestionandAnswer Session--Light refreshments served Adjourn

Receptions supported by Genetech 5:00pm 5:30pm

ModeratedPanel:QuestionandAnswer ReceptionandPosterReview

Supported by Nestlé Nutrition Institute, Aetna Foundation, Inc., and Sanford Health Group

$$

Tickets Required

Obesity Track

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»SPECIAL EVENT

12:00 pm ­ 3:30 pm

COURSES AND SECTION/COUNCIL PROGRAMS

(NO CME CREDit)

»SPECIAL EVENTS

5:30 pm ­ 8:30 pm

(NO CME CREDit)

V0019 AAP Community Cares Project $$

Cradles to Crayons Giving Factory

1:00 pm ­ 4:45 pm

H0020 Section on Surgery Program: Day 1 Minimally Invasive Approaches in Pediatric Surgical Oncology: When and How To

BCEC, Room 205

1:00pm

V0025/V0026 AAP Kids' Camp

Boston Marriott Copley Place Hotel, Back Bay Exhibition Center

$$

Symposium:MinimallyInvasive ApproachesinPediatricSurgical Oncology:When?AndHowTo?

Moderator: Andrea Hayes-Jordan MD, FAAP 1:00-1:30 Tumorbiopsy-Abdominal J. Ted Gerstle, MD, FRCSC, FACS, FAAP 1:30-2:00 PulmonaryLesions Andrea Hayes-Jordan, MD, FAAP

Help supply donated goods for children in need

Volunteer your time before the conference and join us for an opportunity to provide the essentials children need to feel safe, warm, and ready to learn. Conference attendees, families (children 5 years and older), and guests are welcome to participate with the AAP and Cradles to Crayons, a nonprofit organization focused on helping the children of the Boston community. Volunteers will be asked to inspect and sort donated items and package them for distribution to children in the local community. Don't miss out on this opportunity to help make a difference. Your participation will be personally rewarding and greatly appreciated. There is no cost to participate. Shuttle bus transportation will be available from the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. See page 15 for detailed Shuttle Bus information. Lunch will be provided.

2:00-2:30 LaparoscopicNephrectomy Linda Baker, MD, FAAP 2:30pm 3:00pm 3:30pm 4:00pm

LaparascopicAdrenalectomy

George W. Holcomb, III, MD, FAAP

Boston's teams and events are internationally renowned and followed, and for good reason: they're exciting! Join us for an energizing, sportsthemed evening of food and fun in "AAP Stadium." We'll have games and prizes galore, cool arts and crafts, and a chance to meet some of Boston's favorite team mascots. All attendees and their families are welcome. See page 15 for detailed Shuttle Bus information.

Supported by PediaCare/Little Remedies

LaparascopicOophorectomy

Timothy D. Kane, MD, FACS

SILSforTumors?

Oliver J. Muensterer, MD, PhD

CasePresentationsand PanelDiscussion QuestionsandAnswers

Andrea Hayes-Jordan, MD, FAAP

3:00 pm ­ 7:00 pm

C0024 PROS Coordinator Research Program: Day 1

Boston Marriott Copley Place Hotel, Provincetown The AAP's primary-care, practice-based research network--Pediatric Research in Office Settings (PROS)-will hold its Coordinator Research Program on Friday October 14th from 3 until 7, and again on Saturday, October 15th from 8 to 5. All AAP pediatricians (particularly current PROS members and those interested in joining the network) are invited to this meeting of the network's chapter representatives. Participants hear reports of progress on current projects and critique new and evolving projects as well. Please join us for a most stimulating (and enjoyable) discussion of important but understudied issues in pediatrics!

7:30 pm ­ 9:30 pm V0027 Welcome Reception

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Boston Marriott Copley Place Hotel, Grand Ballroom Experience hospitality and cuisine as eclectic as Boston's neighborhoods from the waterfront to the North End. Mix and mingle with colleagues then rock the night away with the lively music of Mystique, a premier New England band, performing center stage in the Boston Public Gardens. See page 15 for detailed Shuttle Bus information.

Supported by Live Positively Coca-Cola

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