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29th Annual Colin J. Condron Care of the Sick Child Conference

  1. 1. 29TH ANNUALCOLIN J. CONDRON, MDCARE OF THE SICK CHILD CONFERENCE November 7-9, 2012 Conference Location & Hotel Accommodations: Walt Disney World Swan Resort Lake Buena Vista, Florida Presented by:Orlando Health • Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children The Florida State University College of Medicine ©Disney
  2. 2. DESCRIPTIONThis conference is specifically designed for pediatricians, primary carephysicians, physician extenders, nurses, and other health care professionalsinvolved in the care of children. Emphasis has been placed on the day-to-day issues the pediatric provider encounters and challenging diagnostic ormanagement dilemmas. Topics are based on current trends. COURSE OBJECTIVESAt the conclusion of the course, the participant should be able to: • Describe optimal infant feeding recommendations as defined by the WHO, the US Surgeon General, US Public Health Service, CDC, and Medical and Health specialty societies, such as, the American Academy of Pediatrics. • Develop strategies to overcome barriers to breastfeeding. • Illustrate differences between adult and pediatric palliative care and examine barriers encountered when trying to access comprehensive pediatric palliative care and how to overcome them. • Examine the essential components of a successful, integrated, trans- disciplinary pediatric team for children with life-threatening illnesses and their families. • Illustrate how to reassure parents about the need for and safety of following the recommended vaccine schedule. • Recognize risk factors for sudden cardiac death in pediatric patients. • Examine the most recent changes to the Pediatric and Adult immunization schedules. • Illustrate recommendations for screening children for cardiac conditions that are associated with sudden cardiac death and refer to a pediatric cardiologist as needed. • Demonstrate the recommended protocol for screening newborns for critical congenital heart disease and establish a screening program for infants in the well-baby nursery. • Illustrate the importance of family and personal history of cardiac disease that should prompt further cardiac evaluation and the indications to refer a child to a pediatric cardiologist for further evaluation before starting stimulant medications or allowing competitive sports. • Explain the genetic and immune basis for “daycare” syndrome and the keys to the treatment plan for this condition. • Illustrate the causes and current treatment options for urticaria, angioedema, atopic dermatitis, and medication rashes. • Examine the latest recommendations in the care of asthma patients and explain how to implement them in practice. • Recognize numerous disease entities affecting children through visual diagnosis, physical examination, and appropriate use of technology in an effort to reduce costs to patients. • Employ information and recommendations from the latest edition of the Red Book concerning infectious diseases in children to improve patient outcomes. • Illustrate the effects of iron deficiency and how to effectively counsel parents about proper iron nutrition.
  3. 3. • Examine the nature of monitoring the MMWR for public health information to improve his/her Pediatric practice and improve outcomes for children. • Differentiate the diagnosis and management of both benign and serious dermatologic conditions in children. • Demonstrate ability to accurately code patient encounters in a pediatric practice applying knowledge of new ICD10 codes. ACCREDITATIONPHYSICIANSThis live activity has been planned and implemented in accordance withthe Essential Areas and policies of the Accreditation Council for ContinuingMedical Education through the joint sponsorship of Orlando Health andThe Florida State College of Medicine. Orlando Health is accredited by theACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.Orlando Health designates this live activity for a maximum of 18.5 AMA PRACategory 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensuratewith the extent of their participation in the activity.NURSING:Nursing Continuing Education pending. CONFLICT-OF-INTEREST POLICY STATEMENTAs a sponsor by the ACCME, it is the policy of Orlando Health to require thedisclosure of the existence of any significant financial interest or any otherrelationship a faculty member or a sponsor has with the manufacturer(s) ofany commercial product(s) discussed in an educational presentation. Thisinformation can be found in the program materials distributed at the meeting. SPONSOR DESCRIPTIONSOrlando Health is one of Florida’s most comprehensive private, not-for-profithealthcare networks that include Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children andWinnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies.Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children is truly the “hospital built for kids.”Dedicated exclusively to serving the special health care needs of children,Arnold Palmer Hospital is a 158-bed facility providing highly specialized servicesfor children in a family-centered environment. In addition to newly renovatedand expanded services in general pediatrics, critical care, and pediatricsubspecialty care, Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children opened its emergencydepartment in 2008. Attached by an over-the-street connector, Winnie PalmerHospital for Women & Babies is a 285-bed facility providing comprehensivefetal diagnostic, obstetric, and neonatal services. Winnie Palmer Hospital is thebusiest labor and delivery facility in the State of Florida.The Florida State University College of Medicine’s mission is to educate anddevelop exemplary physicians who practice patient-centered health care,discover and advance knowledge, and are responsive to community needs,especially through service to elder, rural, minority, and underserved populations.FSU uses a distributive, community-based model in which students spend thefirst two years on the FSU campus in Tallahassee and complete the third andfourth years of clinical training at regional campuses around the state, withone of those sites being in Orlando.
  4. 4. SPECIAL NEEDSOrlando Health fully complies with the legal requirements of the Americanswith Disabilities Act rules and regulations thereof. If any participant of theCare of the Sick Child Conference is in need of accommodation, please donot hesitate to submit written requests at least one month in advance to theCME staff, Orlando Health, 1414 Kuhl Avenue, MP 40, Orlando, FL 32806. CONFERENCE LOCATIONThe conference will be held at the Walt Disney World Swan Resort, 1200Epcot Resorts Boulevard, Lake Buena Vista, Florida, 32830 HOTEL INFORMATIONA block of rooms has been reserved at the Walt Disney World Swan Resort,Lake Buena Vista, Florida from November 4, 2012 thru November 12, 2012at the rate of $190 per night. To reserve your room, please visit:http://www.swandolphin.com/groupres/oh/To buy discounted theme park tickets and reserve dining, please use the linkbelow: http://www.mydisneymeetings.com/cjccotsc/ REGISTRATIONIn the unlikely event that the conference is cancelled, conference registrationfees will be refunded; however, Orlando Health is not responsible for anyhotel or travel costs you may incur. MULTIPLE REGISTRATION DISCOUNTS$50 per person will be discounted if three or more attendees are from thesame organization and payment is made together. Please complete separateregistration forms, but submit them together with a single payment. CANCELLATION POLICYRegistration cancellations must be received by October 26, 2012. Anadministrative fee of $100 will be retained on all cancellations.
  5. 5. PROGRAM DIRECTOR Douglas J. Short, MD Faculty Physician, Medical Education Pediatrics Orlando Health/Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children Clinical Assistant Professor The Florida State University College of Medicine Orlando, Florida PLANNING COMMITTEENicole R. Bramwell, MD, FAAP, MBA Anita J. Moorjani, MD, FAAPInterim Program Director, Pediatrics Pediatric FacultyResidency Program Orlando HealthAcademic Chair, Pediatrics Residency Assistant Clinical Professor Program The Florida State College of MedicineAssociate Professor, Pediatrics Assistant Clinical ProfessorUniversity of Central Florida College of University of Central Florida CollegeMedicine and Florida State of Medicine University Orlando, FloridaPediatric Hospitalist, APH Michael J. Muszynski, MD, FAAPOrlando, Florida Dean, Orlando Regional CampusNidhi Chander, MD Associate Dean for Clinical ResearchFaculty Physician Professor of Clinical SciencesOrlando Health The Florida State University College Orlando, Florida of Medicine Orlando, FloridaRobert J. Cooper. MD, FAAPMedical Director Pamela A. Ponce, MD Faculty PhysicianAfter Hours Pediatrics Orlando HealthOrlando, Florida Orlando, FloridaJoan Y. Meek, MD, MS, RD, FAAP, FABM, Douglas J. Short, MDIBCLC Faculty Physician, Medical EducationAssociate Dean, Graduate Medical Pediatrics Education Orlando Health/Arnold Palmer Hospital forPediatric Clerkship Director, Orlando Children and Women Campus Clinical Assistant ProfessorProfessor, Clinical Sciences The Florida State University CollegeThe Florida State University College of Medicine of Medicine Orlando, FloridaOrlando, Florida Penelope A. Tokarski, MDRobert C. Middleton, MD Associate Program Director,PediatricsPediatric Generalist Assistant Director, Adolescent MedicineMedical Education Pediatrics Orlando HealthArnold Palmer Residency Program Assistant Professor of PediatricsAssistant Clinical Professor University of Central Florida CollegeThe Florida State University College of Medicine of Medicine Clinical Assistant ProfessorVoluntary Assistant Professor The Florida State University CollegeUniversity of Central Florida College of Medicine of Medicine Orlando, FloridaOrlando, Florida Marg M. Wrenne, BSN, MEd., CPNJanelda Minor, RN, MA Education Coordinator IIManager Education & DevelopmentContinuing Medical Education Acute Pediatrics, Pediatric Hematology/Orlando Health Oncology, Orthopedics/Neurology/Orlando, Florida Observation Unit Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children Orlando Health Orlando, Florida
  6. 6. FACULTYJoel F. Bradley, MD, FAAPMedical DirectorUnited Healthcare Community PlanBrentwood, TennesseeMitchell I. Cohen, MD, FACCDirector of Electrophysiology & PacingBoard Certified-Pediatric CardiologyArizona Pediatric Cardiology ConsultantsPhoenix, ArizonaDon E. Eslin, MDCenter for Children’s Cancer andBlood DisordersMD Anderson Cancer Center OrlandoArnold Palmer Hospital for ChildrenAssistant Professor of PediatricsUniversity of Central Florida College of MedicineClinical Assistant Professor of PediatricsFlorida State University College of MedicineOrlando, FloridaCraig E. Fleishman, MD, FACC, FASEMedical Director, Non-Invasive Cardiac ImagingThe Heart Center at Arnold Palmer Hospital for ChildrenAssociate Professor of PediatricsUniversity of Central Florida College of MedicineOrlando, FloridaRand A. Malone, IV, MDAssociate Professor of PediatricsThe Florida State University School of MedicineTallahassee, FloridaJoan Y. Meek, MD, MS, RD, FAAP, FABM, IBCLCAssociate Dean, Graduate Medical EducationPediatric Clerkship Director, Orlando CampusProfessor, Clinical SciencesThe Florida State University College of MedicineOrlando, FloridaLarry K. Pickering, MDSr. Advisor to the Director, NCIRD/ODCenter for Disease Control and PreventionProfessor of PediatricsEmory University School of MedicineAtlanta, GeorgiaBlaine B. Pitts, MDPalliative Care, Arnold Palmer Hospital for ChildrenOrlando, FloridaDouglas J. Short, MDFaculty Physician, Medical Education PediatricsOrlando Health/Arnold Palmer Hospital for ChildrenClinical Assistant ProfessorThe Florida State University College of MedicineOrlando, FloridaBasil J. Zitelli, MDChief, The Paul C. Gaffney Diagnostic Referral ServiceUniversity of Pittsburgh School of MedicineChildren’s Hospital of PittsburghPittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  7. 7. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 7, 20127:15 – 7:50 am Registration/Breakfast – Visit Exhibits7:50 – 8:00 am Welcome & Announcements Douglas J. Short, MD8:00 – 9:00 am Visual Diagnosis Basil J. Zitelli, MD9:00 – 10:00 am Pearls from the 2012 Red Book Larry K. Pickering, MD10:00 – 10:30 am Refreshment Break – Visit Exhibits10:30 – 11:30 am Asthma: Early Intervention in Childhood Does Make a Difference Rand A. Malone, MD11:30 – 12:30 pm Important Pediatric Articles from the MMWR and the Impact on Pediatric Practice Larry K. Pickering, MD12:30 -12:45 pm Refreshment Break – Visit Exhibits12:45 – 2:15 pm Lunch (provided) – Vaccine Jeopardy Douglas J. Short, MD2:15 – 3:15 pm Common Dermatologic Problems and Their More Serious Look-A-Likes Basil J. Zitelli, MD3:15 – 3:45 pm Refreshment Break – Visit Exhibits3:45 – 4:45 pm The Medical Home – Paying the Mortgage with a Pay for Value Program – the New World of Accountable Care Joel F. Bradley, MD, FAAP4:45 pm Adjourn 7.5 Hours  THURSDAY NOVEMBER 8, 20127:15 – 7:50 am Registration/Breakfast – Visit Exhibits7:50 – 8:00 am Welcome and Announcements8:00 – 9:00 am Iron – It’s Not Just for Hemoglobin Don E. Eslin, MD9:00 – 10:00 am Daycare-itis: An Emerging Epidemic in the US Rand A. Malone, MD10:00 – 10:30 Refreshment Break – Visit Exhibits10:30 – 1130 am Importance of the History and Physical Exam in the Age of Technology Basil J. Zitelli, MD11:30 – 12:30 pm Sudden Cardiac Death in Children and Adolescents Mitchell I. Cohen, MD, FACC12:30 – 1:00 pm Light Lunch - Visit Exhibits1:00 – 2:00 pm Diagnosing and Treating Allergic/Immune Skin Conditions in Childhood Rand A. Malone, MD2 :00 – 3 :00 pm ADHD Medications & EKG’s: Are They Still Needed? EKG Screening in Athletes: What is All the Hub-Bub? Mitchell I. Cohen, MD, FACC3 :00 pm Adjourn 6.0 Hours
  8. 8. FRIDAY NOVEMBER 9, 20127:15 – 7:50 am Registration/Breakfast – Visit Exhibits7:50 – 8:00 am Welcome and Announcements8:00 – 9:00 am The Revised AAP Breastfeeding Guidelines & National Initiatives to Help Ensure Success Joan Y. Meek, MD9:00 – 10:00 am Pulse Oximetry Screening for Critical Congenital Heart Disease Douglas J. Short, MD Craig E. Fleishman, MD, FACC, FASE10:00 – 11:00 am What is Pediatric Palliative Care? Blaine Pitts, MD11:00 – 11:45 am Light Lunch – Visit Exhibits11:45 – 12:45 pm The Medical Home – Paying the Mortgage with Best Business Practices – Coding and the Contract Joel F. Bradley, MD, FAAP12:45 – 1:45 pm Breastfeeding Clinical Cases: You Be the Expert! Joan Y. Meek, MD1:45 pm Adjourn 5.0 Hours TOTAL: 18.5 Hours
  9. 9. CONFERENCE REGISTRATION 29th Annual 29th Annual Colin J. Condron, MD Care of the Sick Child Conference Colin J. Condron, MD Care of the Sick Child Conference November 7 -- 9, 2012 November 7 9, 2012 Walt Disney World Swan Resort Walt Disney World Swan Resort http://www.facebook.com/careofthesickchild_______________________________________________________________ First Name Middle Initial Last Name Credentials/Suffix_______________________________________________________________Title/Position Special Dietary Restrictions_______________________________________________________________ Address_______________________________________________________________ City State/Province Zip Code/Postal Code Country_______________________________________________________________ Cell Phone E-mail Please check one of the following:SCHEDULE OF Early Registration q $630 PhysicianFEES/SELECTIONS: Postmarked by q $450 PA/ARNP September 30, 2012 q $400 Residents/Interns q $350 RN/RTCONFERENCE Regular & On-Site q $680 PhysicianREGISTRATION: Registration Postmarked q $480 PA/ARNP After September 30, 2012 q $430 Residents/Interns q $380 RN/RTSINGLE DAY q Wednesday, Nov. 7th... q Physician $300 ... Resident/Allied Health $200REGISTRATION: q Thursday, Nov. 8th........ q Physician $250 ... Resident/Allied Health $160 q Friday, Nov. 9th.............. q Physician $250 ... Resident/Allied Health $160GROUP DISCOUNT: Please list names of other attendees to receive the group discount below:Multiple Registration Discounts: 1. ____________________________________________________________Less $50 per person if three or more 2. ____________________________________________________________attendees are from the same 3. ____________________________________________________________organization and payment is made 4. ____________________________________________________________together. Please complete separate 5. ____________________________________________________________registration forms but submit them 6. ____________________________________________________________together with a single payment. 7. ____________________________________________________________Method of Payment: (Please check one below)I will be paying for the conference by: q Credit Card q Check #___________Checks to be made payable to Orlando Health (Please indicate names of registrants on the check)Charge payment to: q MasterCard q American Express q VisaCredit Card #: ____________________________________ Expiration Date:_________________________________________________________ __________________________________ (Print cardholder’s name as it appears on card) Signature SEND REGISTRATION: ON-LINE REGISTRATION: https://cme.orlandohealth.com/eventschedule.html E-MAIL OR FAX: With credit card payment information to cme@orlandohealth.com or 407.649.3108 MAIL: Send form and fees to: Orlando Health, Conference Registrar 1414 Kuhl Avenue, MP 40, Orlando, Florida 32806 TELEPHONE: 321.841.5284 or 800.648.0450