Read AAP 2011 Conference Saturday, October 15 Program Schedule text version

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Meet-the-Expert Discussions Educational sessions AAP Career Fair

Sponsored by PedJobs

Opening Plenary sessions Exhibit Hall Open Meet the Faculty in the AAP Resource Center Educational sessions Pediatric surgical specialists Reception NEW section on Medical students, Residents, and Fellowship trainees Reception/Poster Display Community Pediatrics Networking Event and Poster Display Boston Experience! at the Museum of science

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AAP conference faculty represent eight of the top-10 highest ranked children's hospitals in the nation, as well as medical and surgical subspecialties of pediatrics and special interests related to pediatric care, the care giving teams, and also general practicing pediatricians.

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MEET-THE-EXPERT DISCUSSIONS

7:00 am ­ 8:00 am

X1001 Back Pain in Children: New Strategies for Evaluation and Management

BCEC, Room 162 This session will start with illustrative cases to introduce some of the serious conditions that can be seen in children with back pain. Emphasis will be placed on understanding the different conditions that are common to young children compared to those seen in the older adolescent. Strategies to enhance diagnosis will be emphasized. The importance of making a specific anatomical diagnosis will be made so that the provider may choose to manage the condition. If referral is needed, pediatric specialty referrals will be discussed.

Roger F. Widmann, MD, FAAP

X1005 Developmentally Oriented Pediatrics: Using Books to Promote Development

BCEC, Room 160 To maximize our limited time with patients, this skills session will help the learner train their eyes to look for developmental issues. Through the use of books, they will better use their anticipatory guidance and offer young families much needed insight and support.

Marilyn Augustyn, MD, FAAP

X1010 Vitamin D: New Roles, New Doses-- Do Children and Teens Need More?

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BCEC, Room 153 This session will review the role of vitamin D in bone health as well as other areas, such as immunity, cancer prevention, and cardiovascular health. Attendees will better understand how to document current deficiencies in many pediatric and adolescent groups and discuss the need for increased vitamin D intake in breastfed babies, as well as older children and adolescents.

Catherine Gordon, MD, FAAP

X1006 My Patient Is Weak...What to Do?

BCEC, Room 257 Is your patient walking funny or unable to stand up because of neurologic disease or a neuromuscular disorder? Learn how to identify the child with a neurologic, neuromuscular, or other pathological process at play. Know what tests to order and who to call.

Peter Kang, MD, FAAP

AAP Tour Program (No CME Credit)

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7:00am­8:30am Walking Tour: Freedom Trail from Faneuil Hall to Copp's Hill

See page 138 for description or visit the Tour Desk at the BCEC, North Lobby. All tours depart from the convention center.

X1002 Business Case for the Medical Home: The Brand Name for Pediatrics of the Future

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BCEC, Room 51 This session will inform attendees of existing AAP medical home resources to implement the medical home within pediatric practices as well as provide direction on promoting the medical home to payers. Participants will learn of available resources to develop the medical home within their practice, along with strategies to engage payers to pay for the medical home provided by the practice.

Peter Rappo, MD, FAAP

X1007 RSV Prophylaxis: Who, Why, and How Effective?

BCEC, Room 52 A This session will include a presentation on respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) prophylaxis followed by specific case examples and discussion.

Robert Welliver, MD

COURSES AND SECTION/COUNCIL PROGRAMS

7:15 am ­ 6:00 pm

H1029 Section on Orthopaedics Program: Day 1 Annual Update of Musculoskeletal Medicine

Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel, Otis

7:15am

X1008 Approach to the Child With Chronic Cough

BCEC, Room 258 A-B This session will guide pediatricians in the use of specific problem-solving skills to formulate a differential diagnosis, work through this differential, and develop a reasonable workup for patients with persistent coughing.

Frank Virant, MD, FAAP

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X1003 Climate Change and Health: Separating Fact From Fiction

BCEC, Room 50 Climate change may result in changes in the geographic range, seasonality, and incidence of climatesensitive health outcomes, including adverse health outcomes due to extreme weather events (heat waves, floods, droughts, and windstorms); changes in concentrations of ground-level ozone and aeroallergens; and vector-, food-, and water-borne diseases. Pediatricians can play critical roles in educating their patients and colleagues, the general public, and decision-makers about these risks and the actions needed to avoid, prepare for, and effectively respond to them.

Katherine Shea, MD, MPH

BusinessMeeting

Richard Schwend, MD, FAAP, Section Chair

7:45am

WelcomeandIntroductions

Ellen Raney, MD, FAAP, Abstract Chair; Eric Gordon, MD, FAAP, Program Chair

X1009 Visual Impairments and How to Deal With Them

BCEC, Room 259 A Children with vision loss often present first to their pediatrician. Common causes of visual impairment will be presented. The workup, treatment, and criteria for referral will be reviewed. Appropriate accommodations for varying levels of impairment and mechanisms for referring a child for vision services will be discussed.

Sharon S. Lehman, MD, FAAP

8:00am 10:15am 10:30am 11:30am

ScientificSessions Break ScientificSessions DistinguishedServiceAward PresentationandLectureship

Recipient: Paul Griffin, MD

12:15pm 1:30pm 2:30pm 3:00pm 3:15pm

LunchReception ScientificSessions SpecialPresentation

Peter Waters, MD, FAAP

X1004 Community-Associated MRSA

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BCEC, Room 52 B The epidemiology, clinical manifestations and management of community-associated methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (CA-MRSA) infections in children will be discussed. Mechanisms of antibiotic resistance and molecular characteristics of CA-MRSA isolates will be briefly described. Skin and soft tissue infections will be highlighted, and recent trials will be discussed. Strategies for preventing recurrent infections will be reviewed.

Sheldon Kaplan, MD, FAAP

Break ChildhoodObesityandItsEffectson theGrowingSkeleton

Blaise Nemeth, MD, FAAP; Todd Milbrandt, MD, FAAP

4:45pm 6:00pm

ScientificSessions Adjourn

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H1016 Section on Surgery Program: Day 2 Challenges in the Management of Abdominal Wall Defects: Tricks and Treats

BCEC, Room 205

7:15am

ScientificSession#1

Moderators: Andreas Meier, MD, FAAP; Joel Shilyansky, MD, FAAP

9:00am 9:20am

Break ScientificSession#2

Moderators: Tracy Grikscheit, MD, FAAP; Eugene Kim, MD, FAAP

11:00am

PresentationoftheWilliamE. LaddMedal

Recipient: Keith Georgeson, MD

7:30 am ­ 7:00 pm

H1015 Section on Medical Students, Residents, and Fellowship Trainees Program Over, Around, and Through Hurdles: Leaping Your Way Into the AAP

Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel, Harbor Ballroom II-III

7:30am 8:00am 8:10am 8:30am 9:10am

For Medical Students:

12:30-2:00pm MedicalStudentPlenarySession:

11:20am

PreparingtobeanOutstanding ResidencyApplicant 12:30-12:45 ExploringPediatricsand theAAP

Dan Schumacher, MD 12:45-1:20 KeynoteAddress Theodore Sectish, MD, FAAP 1:20-2:00pm ExpertPanelDiscussion Theodore Sectish, MD, FAAP; Nancy Spector, MD, FAAP; Javier Gonzalez del Rey, MD, MEd, FAAP; Megan Moreno, MD, MPH, MSEd, FAAP; W. Michael Southgate, MD, FAAP 2:00-3:30

StephenL.GansDistinguished OverseasLecture Anything goes? Justification of Radical Surgery in Advanced Pediatric Tumors

Recipient: Jörg Fuchs, MD

EduCATION/NETWORKING

12:00pm

PresentationoftheArnold SalzbergMentorshipAward

Recipient: James A. O'Neill, Jr, MD, FAAP

Registration&Breakfast IntroductionsandWelcome

Renee Matos, MD, Section Chairperson

12:15pm 12:30pm 1:00pm

SpeechesandElectionsofSOMSRFT NationalOfficers DevelopingEffectiveLeadershipSkills

Lewis First, MD, FAAP

IntroductionofNewMembers SectionBusinessMeeting LunchandPosterSessionwithOral PresentationsandDiscussion

Moderators: Harold Lovvorn, MD, FAAP; Shawn Rangel, MD, FAAP

MeetYourNeighbor

Tyler K. Smith, MD, MPH, Section Secretary

ConcurrentEducationalWorkshop Sessions(Chooseoneateachtime):

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2:45pm

9:15am

WelcomefromtheAAPPresidentElect

Robert Block, MD, FAAP

PreventingBurnout...HowtoMakeIt totheEndoftheRace

Hilary McClafferty, MD, FAAP

PediatricSurgery/Plasticand ReconstructiveSurgerySymposium "ChallengesintheManagementof AbdominalWallDefects:Tricksand Treats"

Moderator: Andrea Hayes-Jordan, MD, FAAP 2:45-3:15 LateAbdominalWallClosure inOomphalocoele:Component SeparationandOther`Tricks' Richard Andrassy, MD, FAAP 3:15-3:45 GastroschisisThat`Almost Closes'--WhentheSiloFails,Patch ClosureOptions John Waldhausen, MD 3:45-4:15 ExternalSkinClosureSystem inOomphalocoele Jean-Martin Laberge, MD, FRCS, FACS 4:15-5:00 ReconstructiveSurgical ManagementofAbdominalWall Defects:APlastic/Reconstructive SurgeonPerspective Brian Labow, MD

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9:25am

AnneEDysonChildAdvocacyAward Presentations

Judith S. Palfrey, MD, FAAP

GetPaidforWhatYouDo:Coding, Billing,andContractNegotiation

Herschel R. Lessin, MD, FAAP 2:45-3:30

9:40am 9:50am

SOMSRFTAnnualAdvocacyProject SectiononYoungPhysiciansReport

Kelsey Logan, MD, FAAP, SOYP Chairperson

You'veGottoMoveIt,MoveIt!The InteractiveSportsPhysical

Kelsey Logan, MD, FAAP

9:55am 10:15am 10:30am 12:30pm

OverviewoftheAAPResolution Process MovetoNCEOpeningPlenarySession NCEOpeningPlenarySession DistrictBreakoutSession/Lunch-- ElectionofDistrictCoordinatorsand AssistantDistrictCoordinatorsand DevelopmentofResolutions

HowtoBeaChildAdvocateatthe StateandFederalLevel

Mark DelMonte, JD; James Pawelski, MS

For Medical Students:

2:00-3:30pm ExploringPediatricsandResidency

Programs

3:30pm DebateandVotingonResolutions 5:00pm Adjourn 5:00-5:30pm NewOfficerOrientation--ForThose

5:00pm

Adjourn

6:00pm

ElectedtoDistrictorAssistantDistrict Coordinator SOMSRFTReception&PosterDisplay Westin, Grand Ballroom A

REMiNDER

Don't miss the NeW Pediatric Surgical Specialists Reception 5:00 pm ­ 6:30 pm in the BCEC, Ballroom Foyer

See page 55 for details.

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C1020 PROS Coordinator Research Program: Day 2

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!

8:00 am ­ 1:00 pm

H1024 Section on Perinatal Pediatrics Program: Day 2 Scientific Abstract Presentations (Program includes Cone Lecture, Landmark Award, and Education Award)

Seaport Hotel, Plaza Ballroom AbstractSession1

Moderators: John Zupancic, MD, FAAP; William Engle, MD, FAAP 8:00am 9:20am 9:40am

8:00 am ­ 5:00 pm

H1026 Section on Urology Program: Day 1 Premier National Meeting on Pediatric Urology

BCEC, Room 210

8:00am 8:10am 9:02am 9:48am 10:05am 10:50am 11:45pm 12:45pm 1:45pm

IntroductionandWelcome

Casale and Pope

Moderator2 Presentations#1­6 Break AbstractSession2

Moderators: Michel Walsh; Sergio Golonbek

AbstractSession1:Testes AbstractSession2:BasicScience Finalists Break,PosterViewing AUAGuestLecture

William F. Gee, MD

8:00 am ­ 12:00 pm

H1022 Section on Child Abuse and Neglect Program Diagnostic Imaging in Suspected Child Abuse

Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel, Griffin

Moderator: Antoinette L. Laskey, MD, MPH 8:00am

11:00am

ConeHistoryLecture:TheEvolution ofBPDandNeonatalMechanical Ventilation

Eduardo Bancalari, MD, FAAP

AbstractSession3:ClinicalResearch Finalists Lunch AbstractSession4:Hypospadias Panel--ComplexHypospadias: ContinuingChallenges

Moderator: Douglas A. Canning, MD, FAAP Warren Snodgrass, MD, FAAP; Thomas Kolon, MD, FAAP; Rafael Gozalbez, MD, FAAP; John Brock III, MD, FAAP

11:30am

WhatishappeningintheSectionfor 2011­2012?

DeWayne Pursley, Chair, Perinatal Section

DiagnosticImagingofChildAbuse: AnOverviewofConsiderationsand CurrentStandardsofCare

Paul Kleinman, MD, FAAP

11:45am

NeonatalLandmarkAward

Recipient: Ola Didrik Saugstad, MD, PhD Presented by: Christian Speer, MD

2:30pm 2:45pm 4:00pm

12:00pm

NeonatalEducationAward

Recipient: John V. Hartline, MD, FAAP Presented by: Gilbert Martin, MD, FAAP

Break,PosterViewing Session5:VUR Panel:NewAAPGuidelinesonUTI andReflux

Moderator: Christopher Cooper, MD, FAAP Point: Kenneth Roberts, MD, FAAP Counterpoint: Craig Peters, MD, FAAP

9:00am

NeuroimagingofChildAbuse: Technologies,Limitationsand DiagnosticUtility

Michelle Silvera, MD

Landmark and Education Award supported by Mead Johnson Nutrition Cone Lecture supported by Abbott Nutrition

5:00pm 7:00pm

10:00am

Skeletal,SofttissueandVisceral Imaging:Technologies,Limitations andDiagnosticUtility

Paul Kleinman, MD, FAAP

AdjourntoUrology/SurgeryCocktail Reception/PresentationofPrizes SectionBanquet $$ (Renaissance, Pacific Grand Ballroom A-D)

11:00am

Cases:Case-basedExamplesofWhen andHowtoImageUsingVarious Techniques

Cindy Christian, MD, FAAP

8:00 am ­ 2:15 pm

H1025 Section on Administration & Practice Management Program Pediatric Practice and Evolution

Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel, Atlantic Ballroom 1

8:00am

Section on Urology Meeting Activities supported by Laborie and Sheikh Zayed Institute for Pediatric Surgical Innovation AUA Guest Lecture supported by the American Urological Association Basic Science & Clinical Research Abstract Finalists supported by the American Association of Pediatric Urology

12:00pm

Adjourn

Introductions

Robert Squires, MD, FAAP; Jill Stoller, MD, FAAP

REMiNDER

8:05am

EffectsofHealthCareReforminthe Trenches/Payment

Stuart Cohen, MD, MPH, FAAP

Don't miss the NeW Pediatric Surgical Specialists Reception 5:00 pm ­ 6:30 pm in the BCEC, Ballroom Foyer

See page 55 for details.

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8:55am 9:50am 10:00am 10:45am 11:30am 12:00pm

NCQAPatientCenteredMedicalHome

Christoph Diasio, MD, FAAP; Tricia Barrett

Break TheConciergeModel

Russell Libby, MD, FAAP

AlternativePaymentModels

Colleen Kraft, MD, FAAP

Q&APanel(AllSpeakers) Charles"Buzzy"VanchiereAward Luncheon(SOAPM) $$

Recipient: Richard Lander, MD, FAAP

Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel, Pacific Grand Ballroom B­C

1:10pm

AAPBoardofDirectors--WhatAre YourPracticeConcerns?

Francis E. Rushton, Jr., MD, FAAP

Vanchiere Award supported by Physician's Computer Company

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H1028 Section on Emergency Medicine Program: Day 2 Business Meeting, Educational Presentations, Awards

Seaport Hotel, Seaport Ballroom

8:00am 9:00am

8:15 am ­ 5:30 pm

H1027 Section on Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery Program: Day 2 Pediatric Cardiology Quality Improvement

Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel, Pacific Grand Ballroom E-H

8:15am 10:15am 10:30am 12:00pm 1:00pm

8:30 am ­ 1:30 pm

H1023 Section on Seniors Program Pediatricians in Transition: The Challenges of Change

Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel, Commonwealth Ballroom A-B

Moderators: Lucy Crain, MD, MPH, FAAP and James Shira, MD, FAAP 8:30am

EmergiQuizPresentations

Christine Cho, MD, MPH, FAAP

AbstractPresentations

Moderator: LuAnn Minich, MD, FAAP

9:45am

BusinessMeeting--StevenSelbst,MD, FAAP,CommitteeChair SOEMSubcommitteeChairReports Presentationof2011JimSeidel DistinguishedServiceAward

Recipient: Milton Tenenbein, MD, FRCPC, FAAP

Break AbstractPresentations

Moderator: LuAnn Minich, MD, FAAP

HealthCareReform18MonthsLater: HasAnythingReallyChanged?

For Children: Mark Del Monte, JD For Seniors: William J. Hall, MD

10:00am 10:15am 10:30am

PresentationofMikeShannon HumanitarianAwardNEW Break TheGood,theBadandtheUgly: ElectronicMedicalRecordsand PEM--AudienceResponse

Laura Fitzmaurice, MD, FAAP

PediatricCardiologyFellows Workshop Symposium2:PediatricCardiology QualityImprovement

Moderators: Robert Beekman,III, MD, FAAP, Kathy Jenkins, MD, FAAP

10:00am 10:15am 10:30am

QuestionandAnswer Break "Permanent"Redefined:MOCfor PermanentCertificatePediatricians

H. James Brown, MD, FAAP

PediatricEchocardiography

Leo Lopez, MD

11:15am 11:30am

11:15am 12:15pm 1:30pm 2:30pm 2:45pm

PEMPixPhotoCompetition LunchBreak EmergiQuizPresentations

Christine Cho, MD, MPH, FAAP

UnderstandingandMeasuring PediatricPopulationsUndergoing DiverseProceduresand Interventions

Lisa Bergersen, MD, MPH, FAAP

QuestionandAnswer PediatricsRemembered:ATripDown MemoryLane AnExerciseinVisualDiagnosisfor MaturePediatricians

James Shira, MD, FAAP

EduCATION/NETWORKING

12:30pm

PediatricElectrophysiology

John Kugler, MD, FAAP 3:30pm 3:40pm

3:00pm

Break EmergiQuizAwards BestDiscussionofanUnknownCase BestCasePresentation IsYourEmergencyDepartment PassingtheTest? PEMPerformanceMeasures

Evaline Alessandrini, MD, FAAP

SectionBusinessMeetingandAward PresentationLunch SeniorSectionChildAdvocacy Award

Recipient: Marsha Raulerson, MD, FAAP

Break AdultCongenitalHeartDisease

Michelle Gurvitz, MD, FAAP

1:30pm Adjourn Child Advocacy Award supported by Mead Johnson Nutrition

QualityImprovementinthe CardiovascularIntensiveCareUnit

David Nelson, MD 4:30pm

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4:00pm

NewControversiesinPediatric EmergencyMedicine--ARS

Jeffrey Schunk, MD, FAAP; M. Douglas Baker, MD, FAAP

PanelDiscussion AbstractPresentations

Moderators: Christopher Snyder, MD, FAAP; James Tweddell, MD, FAAP

SELECTED SHORT SUBJECTS

8:30 am ­ 9:15 am

F1035 Does Breastfeeding Prevent Atopic Disease?

BCEC, Room 50 The session will provide an evidence-based review of the literature that correlates the method of infant feeding and subsequent development of atopy. In addition, recommendations on maternal diet will be discussed. Opportunity will be available for case discussion with the audience.

Jatinder J.S. Bhatia, MD, FAAP

5:15pm 7:00pm

Adjourn SectionBanquet (Seaport, Flagship)

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Don't miss the NeW Pediatric Surgical Specialists Reception 5:00 pm ­ 6:30 pm in the BCEC, Ballroom Foyer

See page 55 for details.

REMiNDER

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F1036 Endocrine Associations With Skin Disease

BCEC, Room 52 A This session will provide illustrations of cutaneous manifestations of common and rare endocrine disorders. Genotype/phenotype correlations will be emphasized. The attendees should derive a better understanding of the skin findings in these conditions.

Anne Lucky, MD, FAAP

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SELECTED SHORT SUBJECTS

A1042 Coding 101: Teaching New Dogs Old Tricks

BCEC, Room 252 This session will be geared toward pediatricians who have not yet had exposure to coding and billing or pediatricians who are new to practice. Participants will gain an understanding of basic coding conventions, such as the use of modifiers in Current Procedural Terminology, the use of time as the key factor in selecting a code, establishing useful encounter forms, coding for inpatient versus outpatient services, and the use of International Classification of Diseases, Ninth Revision, Clinical Modification (ICD-9-CM) codes for diagnosis reporting. Faculty will also present new coding information for the coming year and begin to help practitioners make the transition to ICD-10-CM. Basic documentation skills will also be emphasized. The session will incorporate case studies to further demonstrate how to use the concepts covered in everyday practice situations.

Margie Andreae, MD, FAAP; Joel Bradley, MD, FAAP

8:30 am ­ 9:15 am

F1037 More Than the Blues: Parental Depression and Child Development

BCEC, Room 52 B This session will review the impact of parental depression on child development and behavior and the parents' interpretation of the behavior. Screening and assessment tools that can be used in primary care will be reviewed. This will be followed by a discussion of how to help parents get assistance.

Carol Weitzman, MD, FAAP

I1045 Car Seats and Boosters and LATCH...Oh MY! What You Still Don't Know About Car Safety Seats and Motor Vehicle Safety

BCEC, Room 108 This session will discuss appropriate selection of car safety seats, common misuses, airbags and children, seat belts and universal child restraint attachment systems, and when to transition to booster seats and seat belts. Particular attention will be paid to the different kinds of seats and the transition from one to another. Attendees will participate in small group hands-on work with different kinds of car safety seats under the guidance of nationally certified child passenger safety technicians. Participants will leave the session with an improved base of knowledge from which they can provide the best possible anticipatory guidance to families as well as resources in their own community to whom they can look for assistance and partnership in protecting child passengers.

Benjamin Hoffman, MD, FAAP

F1038 Pediatric Follow-up of Abnormal Fetal Imaging Findings

RepeatsasF1122

BCEC, Room 51 Many babies are born with obstetric and prenatal imaging reports that indicate a need for follow-up of findings identified in utero. This session aims to help pediatricians understand what the pathologies in question might be, what the indications for follow-up are, and which tests to order if indicated.

Dorothy Bulas, MD, FAAP

INTERACTIVE GROUP FORUMS

WORKSHOPS

I1043 Program to Enhance Relationship and Communication Skills (PERCS)

RepeatsasI1143

BCEC, Room 161 This session will demonstrate the powerful effect that training in communication skills has on the ability to deal with the difficult conversations and emotional situations. This session will provide an overview of how highly interactive communication training helps pediatricians/pediatric health care professionals develop not only clinical, but also "emotional" standards of care.

Elaine Meyer, PhD, RN; Norma Sandrock, MD

W1050 Eye Examination Skills Using the Ophthalmoscope $$

RepeatsasW1149

BCEC, Room 211 Develop confidence in your ability to use the ophthalmoscope to evaluate the cornea, retina, and optic nerve. Following a short didactic introduction, one-onone instructor guidance is provided in techniques for examining infants and children. Case studies will be used to illustrate key findings. We guarantee you will see the optic disk by the end of this workshop and have fun in the process.

Robert Gross, MD, MBA, FAAP; Steven Lichtenstein, MD, FAAO, FAAP

AUDIENCE RESPONSE CASE DISCUSSIONS

8:30 am ­ 10:00 am

A1040 Chest Pain and Syncope: Functional or Fatal

BCEC, Room 104 This session provides a guide to the pediatrician for the diagnosis and treatment of chest pain and syncope. Both symptoms occur frequently in children and are often misdiagnosed. Additionally, the session provides treatment paradigms for children with these conditions.

Michael Ackerman, MD, PhD

I1044 Bilingualism for Pediatricians: How Kids Learn Two Languages

BCEC, Room 106 Twenty percent of US families speak a language other than English at home, and many families have questions about how to raise their children in a bilingual and multicultural world. This session will discuss neurolinguistic and cultural research, and guide physicians to answer these questions.

Naomi Steiner, MD, FAAP

W1051 Otoscopy Workshop: Important Observations and Diagnosis Using the Otoscope $$

RepeatsasW1119

BCEC, Room 208 This workshop provides both didactic education and hands-on training in otoscopy. This teaching session enables physicians to improve their diagnostic skills. There are 4 teaching stations: one for video demonstration of pneumatic otoscopy, one each for training in pneumatic otoscopy and audiologic and tympanometric techniques, and one for self-assessment by video testing.

Kristina Rosbe, MD, FAAP; Mark S. Volk, MD, DMD, FACS, FAAP

A1041 You Call That a Migraine?

RepeatsasA3094

BCEC, Room 107 Headache is common in children, but when is it migraine? Identify how to make the diagnosis and execute a sound treatment plan. And learn to differentiate and assess "curveballs" that actually are migraine variants.

Thomas Koch, MD, FAAN, FAAP; Donald Lewis, MD, FAAN, FAAP

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S1064 The Limping Child From Orthopedic and Rheumatologic Perspectives

BCEC, Room 259 A This seminar is designed to teach the participant how to recognize abnormal gait patterns, appropriately assess the limping child, generate a differential diagnosis, and determine when referral to a subspecialist is necessary, including which subspecialist is appropriate.

Matthew J. Bueche, MD, FAAP; Howard Epps, MD, FAAP

S1068 Somatic Complaints in Adolescents--Tell Me Where It Hurts

RepeatsasS2047

BCEC, Room 204 This session will review methods for approaching the adolescent with multiple somatic complaints, how to work up the adolescent with somatic complaints, and how to work with patients and families to resolve the pain.

Robert Brown, MD, FAAP; John Sargent, MD

8:30 am ­ 10:00 am

S1060 Culturally Effective Care--What It Is and How to Implement It in Practice

BCEC, Room 207 This seminar will introduce participants to available resources and tools available in culturally effective care and how to practically implement culturally effective care in their practices as part of establishing a medical home. Participants will gain an understanding of how providing culturally effective care benefits their practices, as well as providing the best care to patients and families served.

Denice Cora-Bramble, MD, MBA, FAAP

S1065 Making It Work: Being a Medical Home for Children With Common Chronic Conditions

BCEC, Room 255 The medical home provides an opportunity to provide continuous, coordinated, and comprehensive care to children and families. Although previously focused on children with special health care needs, the reality is that the medical home model applies to a significant number of children in a pediatric practice with what are considered common pediatric issues. This session will discuss the components of a medical home and use of a medical home model in common case scenarios (eg, asthma, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, foster care, obesity, chronic otitis media, behavioral issues) to demonstrate the implementation and improved outcomes that can be achieved.

Christopher Stille, MD, MPH, FAAP; Moira Szilagyi, MD, PhD, FAAP

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AAP Tour Program (No CME Credit)

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8:30am­12:00pm America's History Lesson: Boston Revealed

See page 138 for description or visit the Tour Desk at the BCEC, North Lobby.

S1061 Dermatology of Newborns and Infants

RepeatsasS1104

BCEC, Room 153 Neonatal dermatologic diagnoses such as nevus sebaceous, aplasia cutis congenita, hemangiomas, vascular malformations, congenital melanocytic nevi, nevus depigmentosus, nevus of Ota, café-au-lait spots, diaper dermatitis, atopic dermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis, and psoriasis will be reviewed, along with their diagnostic and treatment strategies.

Patricia Treadwell, MD, FAAP

9:00am­4:00pm Colonial Literary Legends and Revolutionary Battlegrounds (Lunch included)

See page 138 for description or visit the Tour Desk at the BCEC, North Lobby. All tours depart from the convention center.

EduCATION/NETWORKING

SECTION/COUNCIL PROGRAMS

S1062 From Prenatal to Neonatal Palliative Care: Planning for Uncertainty

BCEC, Room 254 This seminar will focus on challenges that families and providers face after a lethal or life-limiting prenatal diagnosis. Topics include neonatal conditions appropriate for palliative care, barriers to palliative care, and how to best support families during the transition from inpatient to outpatient home or palliative care/hospice care.

Renee Boss, MD; Suzanne Toce, MD, FAAP

S1066 OMG, I Have a Teenager! Helping Parents Understand and Prevent Risky Teen Behavior

RepeatsasS1134

BCEC, Room 257 This seminar will prepare pediatricians to deliver anticipatory guidance to parents of adolescents, and to adolescents, using a strengths-based approach, including how to talk with teens about substance abuse. This approach helps adolescents identify what they do well as a means to motivate them to avoid risky behaviors like substance abuse.

Paula Duncan, MD, FAAP

9:00 am ­ 12:00 pm

H1070 Section on Complementary & Integrative Medicine Program Successfully Incorporating Integrative Medicine Into Your Practice

BCEC, Room 159

7:00am 9:00am

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SOCIMExecutiveCommitteeMeeting IntegrativePracticeManagement

Moderator: Hilary McClafferty MD

S1063 Heavy Petal A to Z: An Update on Herbs and Supplements From Arnica to Zingiber

RepeatsasS2040

BCEC, Room 203 One in 5 individuals take herbs or high-dose vitamin supplements with their prescription drugs. Discussion will cover herbal medicine use in the pediatric and adolescent population, commonly used herbal medicines; and less well-known herbs, such as Arnica, Astralagus, Camellia, and Butterbur. Participants are encouraged to discuss their own cases.

Cora Breuner, MD, MPH, FAAP

S1067 Screening for Autism Spectrum Disorders in Your Office: What, Why, and How

BCEC, Room 258 A-B This session will review AAP recommendations on autism spectrum disorder (ASD)-specific surveillance and screening with a specific focus on how to implement screening successfully in a range of practice settings. It will include a discussion of available screening tools and of the key elements in establishing a practice-level system for screening tool administration, scoring, referral, post-screening follow­up, and billing. Case-based discussions will further illustrate all stages of an ASD-specific screening program.

Kathryn Ellerbeck, MD, FAAP

Individualpresentationsabout differenttypesofintegrativepractice, followedbypaneldiscussionand questions.

Tim Culbert MD; Ali Carine DO; Gregg Lund DO

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H1071 Section on International Child Health Annual Program Malnutrition, Vaccines, and Research-- The Intersection of Pediatrics, Prevention, and Global Health

BCEC, Room 258 C

9:00am 1:30pm

Break StateoftheWorld'sChildren

Moderated by: Jay Berkelhamer, MD, FAAP

SELECTED SHORT SUBJECTS

1:45pm

MalnutritionintheChildrenof Barbados--aFortyYearStudy

Janina Galler, MD

9:30 am ­ 10:15 am

F1075 Off the Couch and Back Outside: How the Natural Environment Can Improve Children's Health

BCEC, Room 206 Sedentary lifestyle in today's children can lead to pulmonary, cardiovascular, and mental health problems in adulthood. Outdoor activity helps reduce obesity, mitigate attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder symptoms, improve mood, decrease blood pressure, relieve anxiety, improve asthma, decrease pain, and improve learning. This session will enable pediatricians to enhance patient exposure to nature.

Michael Rich, MD, MPH, FAAP

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2:15pm

PediatricandPerinatalHIV/AIDSin Jamaica

Celia Christie-Samuels, MD

Introduction,Welcome,and Dedication

Elizabeth Montgomery; Linda Arnold; Parmi Suchdev NCE SOICH Program Co-Chairs

2:45pm 3:15pm

DevelopmentalPediatricsinIndia

Vibha Krishnamurthy, MD, FAAP

9:15am

Autism:EducationandScreening inBosniaandHerzegovina--Past, Present,andFuture SOICHI-CATCHAward

Recipient: Mirjana Remetic

EfficacyofEffortsAimedat EliminatingPovertyandDisease Worldwide

Esther Duflo, PhD

3:45pm 4:00pm 4:15pm

PreventableDiseases

Moderator: Cliff O'Callahan 9:30am

PanelDiscussion Break KeynoteSpeaker Energizing&BroadeningtheMaternal HealthMovement

Christy Turlington Burns

F1076 Respiratory Noises in Infants: Wheeze, Rattle, and Cough

RepeatsasF1123

BCEC, Room 160 This session will guide pediatricians in an organized approach to evaluate infants and children with noisy breathing. Case presentations will be used to illustrate the proper terminology and descriptive language for various respiratory noises.

Miles Weinberger, MD, FAAP

TheGlobalBurdenofChildInjuries: ResearchandActionGaps

Adnan Hyder

5:00pm

10:05am

EliminatingtheWorld'sHigh PrevalanceNeglectedTropical Diseases("NTDs")

Peter Hotez

ClosingRemarks&Announcements InternationalChildHealth Reception--allarewelcome!

10:40am 11:15am 11:30am

RotavirusVaccine

Paul Offit, MD, FAAP

12:15pm

PanelDiscussion/LunchProgram Break:AudienceEncouragedto Purchasea"Lunch-to-Go"andReturn toConferenceHall! SOICHAnnualUpdate, Announcements,andNetworking Session

Jonathan Spector, SOICH Chairperson

9:30 am ­ 4:00 pm AAP Career Fair

Sponsored by

F1077 Tick-borne Infections in Children

BCEC, Room 162 The session will begin with a short review of the types of ticks and the range of illnesses related to ticks. Techniques to avoid ticks and proper tick removal will be stressed. Attendees will be able to better differentiate Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, tick paralysis, ehrlichiosis, and more.

Meg Fisher, MD, FAAP

BCEC, SE Lobby, Next to Room 158 Network and interview with pediatric recruiters from all over the United States. All job seekers are welcome.

12:30pm

TheChallengesofEmerging&ReemergingInfectionsinSaudiChildren

Sami Al-Hajjar, MD, FAAP

1:10pm

WhatDoesDNR(DoNotResuscitate) Mean,andHowIsItAppliedinthe MiddleEast?

Alya Ahmad Moderated by: Jonathan Klein, MD, FAAP

F1078 Type 1 Diabetes for the General Pediatrician

BCEC, Room 253 A-B The basis for modern type 1 diabetes (T1DM) treatment of children and adolescents is the landmark Diabetes Control and Complications Trial. Treatment must be individualized, usually using insulin analogs via multidose insulin algorithms and carbohydrate counting or insulin pumps. This session will review the use of continuous glucose monitoring systems (CGMS). Comorbidities of T1DM also are important to screen, follow, and treat and include vitamin D and bone mineralization issues, thyroid diseases, celiac disease, lipid abnormalities, and blood pressure and kidney complications. A1c targets, individualized and focused, should remain a hallmark of modern T1DM care.

Stuart Brink, MD, FAAP

Use the event planner at www.AAPexperience.org/planner to search sessions by keyword, ACGME/IOM competencies, faculty, and more!

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BCEC = Boston Convention and Exhibition Center

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SECTION/COUNCIL PROGRAMS

10:00 am ­ 4:00 pm

H1080 Council on School Health Children and Teens Using Social and Other Technological Media--The Latest Research (1:00 pm Joint Program with Council on Communications and Media)

BCEC, Room 109

10:00am 12:00pm

»OPENING PLENARY SESSIONS

10:30 am ­ 12:15 pm

BCEC, Ballroom

P1085 Improving Children's Health Care

Donald M. Berwick, MD, MPP

P1081 President's Address

O. Marion Burton, MD, FAAP

The Affordable Care Act offers opportunities to both increase access and improve children's health care. Dr Berwick will discuss the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services efforts to expand Medicaid and implement the health insurance exchanges.

PosterSymposium AwardPresentation&Council BusinessMeeting MartinC.UshkowCommunity ServiceAward

Recipient: National Association of School Nurses

P1082 AAP Education Award

Recipient: Beverly P Wood, MD, MSEd, . PhD, FAAP Presenter: Robert A. Wiebe, MD, FACEP , FAAP

12:00 pm ­ 4:00 pm Exhibits Open

Tour the world's largest pediatric technical exhibits! All events on the exhibit floor are complimentary to conference registrants and families. Meet with more than 325 companies, including those specializing in the fields of pharmaceutical, health care, infant feeding, nutrition, publications, computer technology, and recruiting to learn about their products and services. View a detailed floor plan at www.AAPexperience.org/exhibits.

MiltonJ.E.SennLectureship

Recipient: Robert Murray, MD, FAAP

Twitter, Cell Phones & Laptops in the Classroom, Oh My!

Sponsored by the Council on School Health & Council on Communications and Media 1:00pm 1:15pm

P1083 Keynote Address: Creating a Culture of Compassion--A Bird'sEye View

Caroll Spinney

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Welcome&Introduction

Moderator: Jeffrey Okamoto, MD, FAAP

WhatdoPediatricians,Schools,and SchoolAdministratorsneedtoknow aboutthemedia?

Victor Strasburger, MD, FAAP

1:45pm

ChattingWithKidsAboutBeing Online:AnExplanationonSocial Media,Sexting,andCyberbullying

Megan Moreno, MD, FAAP

2:30pm 2:50pm

Break NewTechnologiesandTheirImpact onSchools

Connie Yowell, PhD

3:30pm PanelDiscussion 4:00pm Adjourn Senn Lectureship supported by National Dairy Council

Sesame Street has always been about social values as much as it has been about learning the alphabet, and it has been recognized as a very positive part of American culture. Big Bird, as portrayed by Caroll Spinney, teaches many life lessons through this humble but larger than life character recognizable the world over. The same attitudes required, and often modeled, by health care professionals must be instilled in children in order to develop the attitudes necessary to live happy and productive lives: compassion, self-confidence, persistence, imagination, tolerance, curiosity, openness, respect, and humor, to name a few.

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P1084 Bariatric Surgery: What Do I Tell My Patients?

Thomas Inge, MD, PhD, FAAP

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AAP Tour Program (No CME Credit)

$$

10:00am­11:00am

BCEC, Room 52 A

Welcome to Beantown Presentation

See page 139 for description or visit the Tour Desk at the BCEC, North Lobby. All tours depart from the convention center.

This session will provide descriptions of bariatric procedures and concepts in adolescent development important to consider in selection, preparation, and follow-up of bariatric surgery. Comorbidities that lead to bariatric surgery will be reviewed. Individual psychological and families issues will be reviewed. Special issues in nutrition and exercise will be addressed.

The AAPs Department of Education has what you need to help you deliver the best possible care to your patients. See how you can win with AAP education.

Check your doctors bag or come by the booth for your scratch-off card!

Prizes include: · Starbucks® & iTunes® gift cards · iPad 2® · Free NCE2012 Registration

ABOuT KEYNOTE SPEAKER, CAROLL SPINNEY

Caroll Spinney has performed as Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch on Sesame Street since the show's inception in 1969. Prior to that, he performed as many characters on Bozo's Big Top in Boston for ten years, had a career in art and animation, and served in the Air Force. He has traveled the word as Big Bird and won four Emmys and two Grammys. For his body of work, Spinney has received both a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1994 and the Library of Congress's Living Legend award in 2000. As Oscar the Grouch, Spinney has written How to Be a Grouch, a Whitman Tell-A-Tale picture book. With J. Milligan, he wrote the 2003 book The Wisdom of Big Bird (and the Dark Genius of Oscar the Grouch): Lessons from a Life in Feathers. He lives in New England with his wife, Debra. They have three children and three grandchildren.

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H1088 Council on Children With Disabilities Program You Are What You Eat! Nutritional Issues in the Care of Children With Disabilities

Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel, Carlton

12:00pm

12:30 pm ­ 1:30 pm Lunchtime Learning Series Session (No CME Credit) V1086 PediaLink 101

BCEC, Room 50 This session will provide a guided walkthrough of the newly revised and updated PediaLink.org, the AAP online center for lifelong learning. Staff from the AAP Division of E-Learning will be on hand to answer questions; demonstrate tools and features like CME Finder, My Transcript, and the Learning Plan; and preview a variety of online courses and modules.

Scott Bradbury, MS Sponsored by the PediaLink Editorial Board

1:00 pm ­ 5:45 pm

H1092 Joint Program: Section on Perinatal Pediatrics and Section on Pediatric Pulmonology (Program includes the Young Investigator Awards and the Apgar Award) Prevention and Treatment--An Overview of Neonatal Chronic Lung Disease

Seaport Hotel, Plaza Ballroom

Moderators: Howard Kilbride, MD; Miles Weinberger, MD, FAAP 1:00pm

Welcome

Gregory S. Liptak, MD, MPH, FAAP, Council Chairperson

12:10pm

NutritionandFeedinginChildrenwith DevelopmentalDisabilities

Nancy Murphy, MD, FAAP

1:00pm

Taste,SmellandFeedingBehaviorsin ChildrenwithAutism

Loisa Bennetto, PhD

PMPulmonaryCareandAdjunctive TherapiesforPreventionand AmeliorationofChronicLungDisease

Roger Soll, MD

2:05pm 2:40pm

ArnoldJ.CaputeAwardPresentation

Recipient: Paul H. Lipkin, MD, FAAP

1:40pm

DietandNutritioninChildren withAutism:Diet,Diets,andTHEDIET

Susan L. Hyman, MD, FAAP

DevelopmentalBiologyandInjuryto thePretermLung:Implicationsfor LongtermPulmonaryOutcome

Richard Martin, MD

1:00 pm ­ 4:00 pm

H1090 Section on Allergy and Immunology Program: Day 1 Respiratory and Food/Drug Allergies and Immunological and Skin Disorders--A Review of the Literature

BCEC, Room 102

1:00pm 1:45pm 2:30pm

2:20pm

3:30pm

CouncilBusinessMeeting

TheVascularBedandChronicLung Disease:EvaluationandTreatment ofPulmonaryHypertensionand Cor Pulmonale

Steven Abman, MD

12:15pm ­1:45pm NeW! Product Theaters in Exhibit Hall (No CME Credit)

Consult the Exhibit Guide for schedules.

3:00pm

YoungInvestigatorAwards(Selected fromTrainees'Abstracts)

Presented by: John Zupancic, MD

RespiratoryAllergies

Elizabeth Matsui, MD, FAAP

3:05pm 3:20pm

FoodandDrugAllergies

Jennifer Kim, MD, FAAP

Break LungImagingandPulmonaryFunction Testing:CanWeTailorTherapiesfor CLDWithMoreInformation?

Robert Castile, MD, MS

ImmunologicalDisorders

Thomas Fleisher, MD, FAAP

4:10pm

12:30 pm ­ 1:15 pm Meet the Faculty (No CME Credit)

Meet one-on-one with the leading experts in pediatrics in a variety of topic areas. Ask NCE faculty questions not addressed in scientific sessions and continue your dialogue on best practices.

Red Book® The Report of the Committee on Infectious Diseases: Meg Fisher, MD, FAAP Obesity: William Cochran, MD, FAAP and Christopher Bolling, MD, FAAP Disaster Preparedness: Sarita Chung, MD, FAAP

3:15pm 4:00pm

SkinDisorders

Lynda Schneider, MD, FAAP

ProtractedBPD:ImpactofAirway Injury,InterventionsandOutcome

Howard Panitch, MD

Adjourn

4:40pm 5:20pm

PanelDiscussion VirginiaApgarAwardPresentation

Recipient: Alan H. Jobe, MD, PhD, FAAP Presented by: James Greenberg, MD, FAAP

1:00 pm ­ 5:00 pm

H1091 Section on Hospice and Palliative Medicine Program Creating and Sustaining a High-Quality System of Pediatric Palliative Care

BCEC, Room 159

1:00pm 1:10pm

Young Investigator Awards supported by Mead Johnson Nutrition Apgar Award supported by Abbott Nutrition

6:00 pm ­ 7:30 pm Trainees and Early Career Neonatologists (TECaN) Social Hour (No CME Credit)

Seaport World Trade Center, Cityview Ballroom II Join us immediately following the Apgar Award at the Seaport Trade Center for networking, drinks and hearty appetizers, a social media update, and what's happening with TECaN.

Supported by Abbott Nutrition

Welcome

Chris Feudtner, MD, PhD, MPH, FAAP

BuildingandNurturingHospitalCommunityNetworksofCare

Joanne Wolfe , MD, MPH, FAAP

2:00pm 2:10pm

Break ConfrontingtheChallengesof FundingPediatricPalliativeCare

Scott Klein, MD, FAAP

AAP Tour Program (No CME Credit)

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12:30 pm ­ 1:30 pm AAP Bookstore & Publications Meet the Author/Editor

AAP Resource Center, Exhibit Hall, Booth#941

Nutrition: What Every Parent Needs to Know, 2nd Edition William H. Dietz, MD, Phd, FAAP

3:00pm 3:10pm 4:00pm 4:10pm 5:00pm

Break PosterSymposium Break SectiononHospiceandPalliative MedicineBusinessMeeting Adjourn

1:00pm­6:00pm Boston Brewery & Historic Pub Tour (Adults Only)

See page 139 for description or visit the Tour Desk at the BCEC, North Lobby.

1:15pm­5:30pm On The Trail Through Cambridge

See page 139 for description or visit the Tour Desk at the BCEC, North Lobby. All tours depart from the convention center.

Use the event planner at www.AAPexperience.org/planner to search sessions by keyword, ACGME/IOM competencies, faculty, and more!

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1:15 pm ­ 2:00 pm Meet the Faculty (No CME Credit)

AAP Resource Center, Exhibit Hall, Booth #941

New ADHD Guidelines& Tool Kit: Mark Wolraich, MD, FAAP Bright Futures: Paula Duncan, MD, FAAP Infectious Diseases Safety of Medicines, Provisional Section on Advances in Therapeutics & Technology: Paul Offit, MD, FAAP; Lisa Mathis, MD

SELECTED SHORT SUBJECTS

F1097 First and Second Seizure...Now What Do I Do?

RepeatsasF2028

BCEC, Room 253 A-B When a child presents with a first or second seizure, with or without fever, anxiety can be high for both parents and pediatricians. Do you know how to evaluate and manage the child with a first or second seizure and when to consider medicines or referral to a neurologist? Come review AAP practices and understand the most current approach for a child presenting with seizures.

Eric Kossoff, MD

2:00 pm ­ 2:45 pm

F1095 AAP Online Tools and Resources

BCEC, Room 50 Participants will be provided an update on the increasing array of online resources and computerized decision-support tools developed and maintained by the AAP These resources will . be presented by simulating a primary care physician's typical workday.

Michael Leu, MD, MS, MHS, FAAP

F1096 Evaluating and Managing the Child With Recurring Infections

BCEC, Room 160 This session will begin with discussion on the expected number of infections during childhood. Cases will be presented and discussed to review some of the more common reasons for recurrent infections. Attendees are encouraged to interact during the case presentations. The importance of a good history and complete examination will be stressed, and diagnostic evaluation for each case will be discussed.

Meg Fisher, MD, FAAP

F1098 Kawasaki Disease: An Update

RepeatsasF1126

BCEC, Room 52 B This session will update attendees on diagnostic and treatment aspects of Kawasaki disease, the most common cause of acquired heart disease in children in developed countries, including incomplete Kawasaki disease. Additionally, there will be brief updates related to advances in understanding the etiology and genetic basis of susceptibility to this illness.

Stanford Shulman, MD, FAAP

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Alumni Cocktail Reception

October 15, 6 to 8 p.m. Institute of Contemporary Art 100 Northern Avenue, Boston, MA Join us for drinks, hors d'oeuvres, art and entertainment

Children's Hospital Boston Tour

October 16, Noon to 2 p.m. Children's Hospital Boston 300 Longwood Avenue (Bus provided) Tour highlights: MR/OR Robotic Surgery Simulation ICUs Jimmy Fund Clinic

For more information about the event or the hospital, stop by booth #421 in the American Academy of Pediatrics exhibit hall, visit childrenshospital.org/events or email [email protected]

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S1105 Down Syndrome Update

BCEC, Room 203 Down syndrome remains the most common cause of intellectual disability. Are you prepared to manage a child with Down syndrome? Come hear the latest research advances, and understand the developmental, medical, and neurologic issues central to managing a child with Down syndrome.

Mary Pipan, MD, FAAP

INTERACTIVE GROUP FORUM

2:00 pm ­ 3:30 pm

S1100 Implementing Oral Health Risk Assessments in Pediatric Care

BCEC, Room 207 Expert group members of the Brightening Oral Health: Implementing Oral Health Risk Assessments in Pediatric Care will present data on a recent national modified learning designed to implement oral health risk assessments into pediatric primary care. The session will provide the practicing pediatrician with key tools, resources, and strategies to implement the oral health risk assessment and provide an opportunity for participants to ask questions and discuss their questions about implementing oral health recommendations.

Suzanne Boulter, MD, FAAP; Yasmi Crystal, DMD

I1111 Developmental Milestones: Risk Factors for Child Abuse and Unintentional Injury

BCEC, Room 106 It has been shown that improved knowledge of development can help to improve parental self-efficacy and supervision skills. Faculty will highlight key points using a developmental approach to assist pediatricians in identifying injury mechanisms to focus on when discussing anticipatory guidance and interventions. Attendees will emerge with improved skills for communicating about development with parents and targeted advice for high-risk developmental phases.

Phyllis Agran, MD, MPH, FAAP; Sandra Murray, MD, FAAP

S1106 Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders: Is That the Problem? And What Do We Do About It?

BCEC, Room 255 Prenatal alcohol exposure contributes to long-term medical, developmental and behavioral challenges for children. After reviewing the epidemiology and definition of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASDs), the range of alcohol's impact on developing brains; the importance of diagnosis; and protective factors, frequent co-existing challenges and intervention strategies will be discussed.

Lisa Albers Prock, MD, MPH, FAAP

AUDIENCE RESPONSE CASE DISCUSSIONS

A1115

T Case Lessons in Thyroid Disease

S1101 Antibiotic Update for the Pediatrician

RepeatsasS2094

BCEC, Room 258 A-B This session will cover a broad range of more common pediatric infectious diseases, focusing on current antimicrobial therapy and prophylaxis with both older and newer agents for community-associated bacterial and viral infections that are seen in outpatient or inpatient settings.

John Bradley, MD, FAAP

RepeatsasA2053

BCEC, Room 252 Various case scenarios related to thyroid disease will be presented and responses will be solicited from the audience. Explanations will be given by the presenter following each case discussion. Each case will be carefully chosen to illustrate a point.

Scott Rivkees, MD, FAAP

S1107 Heads Up: What's a Doc to Know About Pediatric Sports Concussions?

BCEC, Room 257 This session will include a mixture of a didactic presentation on concussion, correlation with clinical cases and a question and answer session. It will include an overview on concussion epidemiology, diagnosis, and treatment. We will review the appropriate on-field and in-office history and physical exam for patients with concussion. Learn the complications of concussion and better understand which patients may need emergent referral/transport and which patients may need referral to a specialist for further long-term management.

Mark Halstead, MD, FAAP; Kevin Walter, MD, FAAP

A1116 Don't Believe Everything You Read: Getting the Most Out of Journal Articles

BCEC, Room 107 Participants will review multiple examples of common errors from pediatric journal articles. The examples will teach participants how to be more discriminating readers of research conclusions and statistics in journal articles.

Andrea Marmor, MD, FAAP; Thomas B. Newman, MD, MPH, FAAP

S1102 Beat the Toilet Training Blues

RepeatsasS2039

BCEC, Room 253 C This session will include an overview of toilet training readiness, discuss red flags for difficult toilet training and stool withholding, and use cases to discuss management of toilet training challenges.

Laura Weissman, MD, FAAP

S1108 Menses as a Vital Sign

RepeatsasS2043

BCEC, Room 206 This session will cover the physiology of menstruation in adolescent girls and include the approach to the adolescent girl with irregular menses (secondary amenorrhea, oligomenorrhea, menorrhagia). In addition, the management of these selected menstrual disorders will be discussed.

Cynthia Holland-Hall, MD, MPH, FAAP; Sara Lee, MD, FAAP

A1117 The Eyes Have It!

RepeatsasA2055

BCEC, Room 104 Many pediatric systemic diseases have specific ocular findings. This session will present eye findings that, when recognized, will direct pediatricians toward the correct diagnosis. It will also discuss systemic diseases that have associated ocular problems.

Daniel Karr, MD, FAAP; Gregg T. Lueder, MD, FAAP

S1103 Coordinating Care for the Medically Complex Child--Easy Steps to Success

BCEC, Room 162 This session will present the concept of the medical home and how that relates to the pediatric subspecialist/surgical specialist. Then models of medical home projects involving subspecialists will be compared, and also models for sharing care coordination payments in children with complicated chronic health conditions.

Lakshmanan Krishnamurti, MD, MB, BS; Renee Turchi, MD, MPH, FAAP

S1109 Pediatric Urology Update for the Pediatrician--What's New?

BCEC, Room 254 This session will review and discuss common urological conditions, emergent conditions, and enuresis and voiding dysfunction.

Mark Cain, MD, FAAP

WORKSHOPS

S1104 Dermatology of Newborns and Infants

C RepeatsfromS1061

BCEC, Room 153 Neonatal dermatologic diagnoses such as nevus sebaceous, aplasia cutis congenita, hemangiomas, vascular malformations, congenital melanocytic nevi, nevus depigmentosus, nevus of Ota, café-au-lait spots, diaper dermatitis, atopic dermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis, and psoriasis will be reviewed, along with their diagnostic and treatment strategies.

Patricia Treadwell, MD, FAAP

W1119 Otoscopy Workshop: Important Observations and Diagnosis Using the Otoscope $$

C RepeatsfromW1051

BCEC, Room 208 This workshop provides both didactic education and hands-on training in otoscopy. This teaching session enables physicians to improve their diagnostic skills. There are 4 teaching stations: one for video demonstration of pneumatic otoscopy, one each for training in pneumatic otoscopy and audiologic and tympanometric techniques, and one for self-assessment by video testing.

Kristina Rosbe, MD, FAAP; Mark S. Volk, MD, DMD, FACS, FAAP

Use the event planner at www.AAPexperience.org/planner to search sessions by keyword, ACGME/IOM competencies, faculty, and more!

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AAP National Conference & Exhibition // Boston, MA

BCEC = Boston Convention and Exhibition Center

Indicates focused content for subspecialists

dAILY SCHEduLE

SATuRdAY, OCTOBER 15

SELECTED SHORT SUBJECTS

F1126 Kawasaki Disease: An Update

C RepeatsfromF1098

BCEC, Room 52 B This session will update attendees on diagnostic and treatment aspects of Kawasaki disease, the most common cause of acquired heart disease in children in developed countries, including incomplete Kawasaki disease. Additionally, there will be brief updates related to advances in understanding the etiology and genetic basis of susceptibility to this illness.

Stanford Shulman, MD, FAAP

3:00 pm ­ 3:45 pm

F1121 Hirsutism

BCEC, Room 204 The session will review pathophysiology and morphology of hirsutism and differentiate it from hypertrichosis. The attendees should become more competent in the evaluation and treatment of hirsutism.

Anne Lucky, MD, FAAP

S1132 Complementary Medicine in Children and Adolescents: A Scientific Evaluation of Herbs, Acupuncture, Homeopathy, Massage, and Chiropractic Therapies

BCEC, Room 203 Adolescents use complementary therapies such as acupuncture, homeopathy, massage and chiropractic to soothe body and mind despite lack of evidence. Attendees will learn about alternative therapies and their use by adolescents. Scientific trials that support or dispute these therapies will be discussed. Participants are encouraged to present their own cases.

Cora Breuner, MD, MPH, FAAP

F1122 Pediatric Follow-up of Abnormal Fetal Imaging Findings

C RepeatsfromF1038

BCEC, Room 51 Many babies are born with obstetric and prenatal imaging reports that indicate a need for follow-up of findings identified in utero. This session aims to help pediatricians understand what the pathologies in question might be, what the indications for follow-up are, and which tests to order if indicated.

Dorothy Bulas, MD, FAAP

F1127 Metabolic and Genetic Mimics of Child Abuse

BCEC, Room 259 A Metabolic and genetic disorders can mimic child abuse and create diagnostic dilemmas for physicians. Using a case-based approach, this session will review the appropriate workup strategies that can be used to distinguish between these disorders and abuse in children with fractures, failure to thrive, and other conditions.

Cindy Christian, MD, FAAP

S1133 Doctor, Is It Autism? Diagnostic Dilemmas in the School-Aged Child

RepeatsasS2041

BCEC, Room 160 This didactic session will begin with a description of symptoms seen in a variety of disorders that are part of the differential diagnosis for autism spectrum disorder in the school-aged child, including intellectual disability, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, nonverbal learning disability, tic disorders, and mood disorders. Cases and short video vignettes will illustrate an approach to differential diagnosis. Tools that may be helpful to the pediatrician will be reviewed, and potential referral resources for both etiologic and Diagnostic and Statistical Manual categorical diagnosis will be covered. Finally, several model projects that may improve the coordination between the medical home, necessary subspecialists, and the educational system will be presented.

Kathryn Ellerbeck, MD, FAAP; Catherine Smith, PhD

EduCATION/NETWORKING

F1123 Respiratory Noises in Infants: Wheeze, Rattle, and Cough

C RepeatsfromF1076

BCEC, Room 160 This session will guide pediatricians in an organized approach to evaluate infants and children with noisy breathing. Case presentations will be used to illustrate the proper terminology and descriptive language for various respiratory noises.

Miles Weinberger, MD, FAAP

F1128 State of Pre- and Postmortem Genetic Testing for Cardiomyopathies, Channelopathies, and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome

BCEC, Room 204 This session will provide specific cases of cardiomyopathy and describe the associated genetic defect and the family of defects that the case illustrates.

Michael Ackerman, MD, PhD

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F1124 FISH and Chips: How to Order and Interpret a Wide Variety of Genetic Tests

BCEC, Room 52 B This session will address the information the pediatrician needs to know to understand the various forms of genetic testing (karyotype, FISH [< fluorescent in situ hybridization >], DNA sequencing, chromosome microarray) with emphasis on the indications and limitations of each test as well as how to interpret the test results.

David Miller, MD, FAAP

4:00 pm ­ 5:30 pm

S1131 American Board of Pediatrics' Maintenance of CertificationTM: How Approved Part 4 Activities Can Help You Improve Care for Your Patients

BCEC, Room 206 This session will include an overview of American Board of Pediatrics Part 4 Maintenance of Certification quality improvement programs followed by a series of case studies on programs that have been implemented in private practices. Faculty will also review how programs can be implemented in your practice.

H. James Brown, MD, FAAP; Paul Miles, MD, FAAP

S1134 OMG, I Have a Teenager! Helping Parents Understand and Prevent Risky Teen Behavior

C RepeatsfromS1066

BCEC, Room 257 This session will prepare pediatricians to deliver anticipatory guidance to parents of adolescents, and to adolescents using a strengths-based approach, including how to talk with teens about substance abuse. This approach helps adolescents identify what they do well as a means to motivate them to avoid risky behaviors like substance abuse.

Paula Duncan, MD, FAAP

4:00 pm ­ 4:45 pm

F1125 How to Recognize Oral Manifestation of Systemic Disease

BCEC, Room 50 Diseases with oral manifestations are very wide ranging. Clinical cases will be used to demonstrate diagnostics and clinical pearls for oral mucosal changes that can be a sign of a systemic disease. This session will highlight certain systemic diseases such as leukemia, diabetes mellitus, anemia, Crohn disease, and Langerhans cell histiocytosis.

Martha Ann Keels, DDS, PhD

S1135 Pearls and Pitfalls of Fractures

RepeatsasS2044

BCEC, Room 162 This is a case-based discussion with multiple cases to illustrate common fractures seen in children of various ages. The faculty will alternate presenting cases to the audience with question and answer interaction for each case presented. Short didactic teaching points will be included in the summary of each case. Pearls and pitfalls to remember will be emphasized. Some of the common complications of fractures will be presented in case format, including compartment syndrome, nerve injury, growth plate injury, and vascular compromise.

John Flynn, MD, FAAP

$$

Tickets Required

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B

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SEMINARS

4:00 pm ­ 5:30 pm

S1136 Toxic Weekend Update

BCEC, Room 51 This session will cover several topics, including decontamination strategies, new drugs of abuse, information about select serotonin reuptake inhibitors, drug interactions, and environmental toxins (lead, polychlorinated biphenyls, and others currently in the news).

Suzan Mazor, MD; Alan Woolf, MD, FAAP

S1139 What's New in Pediatric Gastroenterology--Bleeders, Spitters and Poopers

RepeatsasS2102

BCEC, Room 153 Participants will be exposed to recent updates in diagnostic tools for gastroesophageal reflux/gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) (including pH probe use, new types of pH probes, use of impedance monitoring, endoscopy with biopsy in particular to differentiate GERD from eosinophilic esophagitis, and appropriate use of radiographic and scintigraphic studies). Outpatient management of chronic constipation with/without encopresis will be discussed, including red flags for further evaluation for underlying anatomical or neurologic problems, including Hirschsprung disease and other neurogenic causes of constipation. A final case will be presented to discuss evaluation and management of the young infant presenting with rectal bleeding, including use of dietary changes involving breast milk and hypoallergenic formulas.

Alan Leichtner, MD, FAAP

AUDIENCE RESPONSE CASE DISCUSSIONS

A1145 Endocrine Pearls

BCEC, Room 107 Multiple cases and/or pictures will be presented to illustrate various aspects of endocrinology essential to the practice of pediatrics

Lynne Levitsky, MD, FAAP

A1146 Fits, Faints, and Funny Spells: You Make the Diagnosis!

BCEC, Room 104 What was that spell? Was it a seizure, migraine, tic, or something else? Come learn to diagnose and manage the spells that most commonly present in your office and learn what is neurologic, cardiac, or even benign.

Eric Kossoff, MD; Donald Lewis, MD, FAAN, FAAP

S1137 Practice Efficiency: Using Nonphysician Providers and Ancillary Staff to Improve the Bottom Line

BCEC, Room 207 The session will cover the most common billing mistakes and how to avoid them, maximizing practice revenues through proper billing for medical and surgical services provided by nonphysician providers (NPPs), the conditions under which "incident-to" billing should be used, words to avoid when discussing "incident to" with payers, when to use a physician's provider number versus when to use the NPP provider number, coverage of NPP services, and minimizing risk of noncompliance.

Margie Andreae, MD, FAAP; Herschel Lessin, MD, FAAP

A1147 Genetic and Metabolic Unknowns

BCEC, Room 252 This interactive session will focus on the cardinal findings and medical history of a wide variety of genetic and metabolic conditions with an emphasis on those conditions that are now known to be relatively common and treatable.

Mark Korson, MD, FABMG; Jonathan Picker, MD

INTERACTIVE GROUP FORUMS

I1141 Decisions, Decisions...and How to Involve the Pediatric Patient

BCEC, Room 108 Both general pediatricians and pediatric subspecialists encounter difficult decision-making situations with patients and families. This didactic and casebased session will introduce consent/permission/ assent/dissent, assessment of decision-making capacity, and strategies for disclosure of diagnosis and prognosis. Through selected cases, attendees will explore how to involve the patient and family in difficult decision-making.

Jennifer Linebarger, MD; Suzanne Toce, MD, FAAP

S1138 Use It or Lose It: Bone Health Advising for the Adolescent

BCEC, Room 254 Bone health in children and adolescents is multifactorial, and few interventions impart greater benefits to the attainment of skeletal resilience than physical activity--as with muscle, you "use it or lose it." This session will describe the numerous influences on bone development, including physical activity, calcium, vitamin D, and normal pubertal hormonal increases, as well as how these synergistically interact. The latest theories on the pathophysiology of the female athlete triad will be explored as a model of how imbalances in exercise and diet have deleterious effects on the skeleton. Research findings will be shared that suggest that stress fracture, a bone injury sustained by young athletes, may provide insights into the genetics of osteoporosis.

Catherine Gordon, MD, FAAP; Keith Loud, MD, FAAP

WORKSHOPS

W1149 Eye Examination Skills Using the Ophthalmoscope $$

C RepeatsfromW1050

BCEC, Room 211 Develop confidence in your ability to use the ophthalmoscope to evaluate the cornea, retina, and optic nerve. Following a short didactic introduction, one-onone instructor guidance is provided in techniques for examining infants and children. Case studies will be used to illustrate key findings. We guarantee you will see the optic disk by the end of this course and have fun in the process.

Robert Gross, MD, MBA, FAAP; Steven Lichtenstein, MD, FAAO, FAAP

I1142 Self-Hypnosis as an Effective Treatment of Children With Chronic Symptoms

BCEC, Room 106 This session will provide an overview of hypnotherapy. Participants will be instructed in a self-hypnosis relaxation technique. Videotaped examples of patients will be used and participants will practice hypnosis techniques with each other.

Ran Anbar, MD, FAAP

W1150 Debriefing the Newborn Resuscitation $$

RepeatsasW2057

BCEC, Room 212 This hands-on workshop will allow participants to learn how to use a simulated resuscitation in the most effective way possible. An emphasis will be placed on developing team-building skills that allow resuscitators to gain confidence by having the handson session followed by a debriefing that encourages point-of-care learning experiences.

Jesse Bender, MD; Louis Halamek, MD, FAAP

I1143 Program to Enhance Relationship and Communication Skills (PERCS)

C RepeatsfromI1043

BCEC, Room 161 This session will demonstrate the powerful effect that training in communication skills has on the ability to deal with the difficult conversations and emotional situations. This session will provide an overview of how highly interactive communication training helps pediatricians/pediatric health care professionals develop not only clinical, but also "emotional" standards of care.

Elaine Meyer, PhD, RN; Norma Sandrock, MD

Use the event planner at www.AAPexperience.org/planner to search sessions by keyword, ACGME/IOM competencies, faculty, and more!

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AAP National Conference & Exhibition // Boston, MA

BCEC = Boston Convention and Exhibition Center

Indicates focused content for subspecialists

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SELECTED SHORT SUBJECTS

»SPECIAL EVENTS

5:00 pm ­ 6:30 pm

BCEC, Ballroom Foyer

(NO CME CREDit)

7:00 pm ­ 10:00 pm V1160 Boston Experience! at the Museum of Science $$

5:00 pm ­ 5:45 pm

F1151 Milk Intolerance: Is It the Lactose, Milk Protein, IBS, or Superstition?

RepeatsasF2029

BCEC, Room 258 A-B The faculty will review the clinical presentation of both milk protein intolerance and of lactose intolerance, using case examples for discussion purposes. The pathophysiology of each will be reviewed, including new information of intestinal reactions to milk protein and genetic markers of lactase deficiency. Treatments including new formulas and pre- and probiotics for infants and children and of low-lactose and lactose-free diets will be discussed. The recent AAP recommendations and review by the National Institutes of Health­sponsored Lactose Intolerance and Health Working Group will be incorporated into this discussion.

Jenifer Lightdale, MD, MPH, FAAP

NeWThISYeAR! Pediatric Surgical Specialists Reception $$

Join your fellow surgical specialists for networking and complimentary food and drink following Saturday's educational program. Table top exhibits are anticipated. Come discuss latest surgical practices and advancements.

Supported by Children's Hospital Boston, Oceana Therapeutics, Inc., Sheikh Zayed Institute for Pediatric Surgical Innovation

Complimentary shuttle bus service available from all hotels within the AAP hotel block. See page 15 for detailed Shuttle Bus information. A new exhibit, A Day in Pompeii, opens one week before the NCE and remains open Saturday evening to conference attendees! Artifacts from Pompei, one of Imperial Rome's most cosmopolitan cities, will reveal the richness of one of the greatest archaeological treasures ever unearthed including 13 wall-sized frescoes, over a dozen pieces of gold jewelry, marble and bronze statuary, gold coins, and other dazzling examples of ancient Roman artistry. Other artifacts from frying pans, fishhooks, and merchants' scales to ceramics, oil lamps, graffiti stones, and carbonized bread capture aspects of daily life. Visitors can also experience the power of volcanoes from interactive displays and learn about their victims by exploring the body casts that have immortalized them. The Boston Museum of Science features interactive exhibits for adults and children including leadership in technological literacy, and discoveries in biomedical and life sciences. Experience the natural world, technology and engineering, earth, life, space, math and physical sciences, and even nanotech and nanomedicine. Four science theaters including Omni Shows, Planetarium Shows, Lighting Shows, and 3D Shows are also complimentary during the event. Food is available for purchase.

EduCATION/NETWORKING

F1152 Managing Dental Trauma in the Pediatrician's Office

RepeatsasF2119

BCEC, Room 253 C This session will use case-based learning to demonstrate how to manage primary and permanent tooth trauma. Examples of discoloration, subluxations, displacements, and avulsions of both primary and permanent teeth will be shown. Management of soft tissue injury in the oral cavity will also be discussed. Cases involving child abuse dental trauma and sports-related injuries will be reviewed.

Martha Ann Keels, DDS, PhD

6:00 pm ­ 7:00 pm Section on Medical Students, Residents, and Fellowship Trainees Reception and Poster Display

Westin, Grand Ballroom A Enjoy fabulous food and beverages while viewing the poster presentations on clinical cases and international electives.

Supported by Abbott Nutrition

SAT

F1153 Sexually Transmissible Infections in Adolescents

RepeatsasF2126

BCEC, Room 253 A-B Advances in diagnostics have put sexually transmitted infection screening and management well within the reach of all pediatricians. This update will review current screening recommendations, including less invasive modalities--no speculum required! Available point-of-care tests will also be discussed. Changes in the most recent Centers for Disease Control and Prevention STD Treatment Guidelines, including routine HIV testing, will be highlighted.

Cynthia Holland-Hall, MD, MPH, FAAP

F1154 Understanding and Diagnosing Gifted Children

BCEC, Room 259 A The link between giftedness and behavior and health is frequently missed. Problems may arise in gifted children when intellectual ability is not recognized and nurtured in a supportive environment. This session will review identification of gifted children and provide clinicians important information needed for anticipatory guidance for these families.

Ludwig von Hahn, MD, FAAP

6:00 pm -- 7:30 pm Community Pediatrics Networking Event and Poster Display

Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel, Grand Ballroom B­E Network with other community pediatricians and enjoy complimentary food while viewing the poster presentations on local community-based projects. Meet the ASPIRE Pediatric Vaccine Research awardees.

Supported by Pfizer

$$

Tickets Required

Obesity Track

B

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