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American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) California District IX: Annual Las Vegas Seminars: Pediatric Update American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) California District IX: Annual Las Vegas Seminars: Pediatric Update Presentation Transcript

  • Non-Profit Org. 34th Annual Las Vegas Seminars Permit No. 339 AAP California District, Chapters 1, 2, 3 & 4 U.S. Postage Orange, CA PAID Caesars Palace | Las Vegas | Nevada 1107 Fair Oaks Ave., #111, South Pasadena, CA 91030-3311 PEDIATRIC UPDATE email: meetings@aap-ca.org Web site: www.aap-ca.org NOVEMBER 15-18, 2012 Caesars Palace | Las Vegas | Nevada 34th Annual WELCOME • Construct the management planoffor treating Analyze a risks and benefits social Air Transportation Airline Transportation Las Vegas PEDIATRIC UPDATE Phone 626/796-1632 Fax 626/403-6605 children with sites for adolescence networking asthma The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has This year, the Annual Las Vegas Seminars will be This year, will be Analyze the risks and benefits of propranolol • Create strategies to enhance adolescent negotiated discounted airfares for participants negotiated discounted airfares for participants trav- NOVEMBER 15-18, 2012 held at the exciting Caesars Palace Las Vegas. The held at Vegas. The therapy for hemangiomas eling to Las Las Vegasthe program. To find out what traveling to Vegas for for the program. To find out American Academy of Pediatrics, California District IX attendance at our conference, now in its thirty- attendance conference, now in its thirty- communication and engagement during the Recognize the clinical manifestations of insect money saving fares fares are available from your what money savingare available from your city and Seminars fourthyear, exceeds 600 practitioners, representing third year, exceeds 500 practitioners, representing office visit bites and formulate treatment options city and to make flight reservations, you or your to make flight reservations, you or your travel agent pediatricians and allied health professionals from pediatricians professionals from • Recite the risk factors for the development of Construct a management plan for treating children with acute pain may agent the AAP the AAP Travel 888/227- travelcontactmay contactTravel Office at Office at all parts of the United States andand from many all parts of the United States from many for- severe hyperbilirubinemia • Calculate effective-vagal syncope from other Distinguish vaso phototherapy 1772. Outside the United the United Canada, and 888/227-1772. Outside States and States call eign countries. foreign countries. 847/434- 4000 and ask for the travel for the Canada, call 847/434- 4000 and askoffice. travel We thank our many excellent speakers - a true We thank our many excellent speakers – a true all- Create strategies to managementchildren’s syncopes and propose enhance strategies office. all-star cast of the most knowledgeable educators • communication and engagement during the State the criteria for ordering imaging studies star cast of the most knowledgeable educators in Registration and Message Center Registration and Message Center South Pasadena, CA 91030-3311 in pediatrics and pediatric subspecialties. Most of pediatrics and pediatric subspecialties. Most of all, to evaluate sport injuries pediatric visit This activity is is acceptable formaximum of 16.016.0 This activity acceptable for a a maximum of AAP The registration desk will be open on Thursday all, we are grateful to our meeting registrants for The registration desk will be open on Thursday credits. credits. credits credits can be applied the AAP AAP These These can be applied toward toward 1107 Fair Oaks Avenue, #111 we are grateful to our meeting registrants for their • Describe six types of punishment and be able Recognize the clinical manifestations of evening from 5:00 to 8:00 pm and during the meet- Information: their continuing interest and enthusiasm. continuing interest and enthusiasm. toorthopedic infections use advise parents on their evening from 5:00 to 8:00 pm and during the CME/CPDCME/CPD Awardto Fellowsto Fellows and the AAP Award available available and Candidate ing from 7:00 am to 1:00 pm. Upon registration meeting from 7:00 am to 1:00 pm. Upon registra- Members of Members of the AmericanPediatrics. of Candidate the American Academy of Academy Target Audience you will receive a syllabus and folder with meeting Target Audience tion you will receive a syllabus and folder with Pediatrics. GENERAL INFORMATION This seminar is directed toward urban and rural, information. The American Academy of Physician Assistants meeting information. The American Academy of Physician Assistants generalseminar is directed toward urban and rural, This and sub-specialty pediatricians, as well as accepts AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ from organi- A message center and information desk will be A message center and information desk will be The overall learning need identified by our The overall learning need identified by our phy- non-pediatricsub-specialty pediatricians, as well as general and physicians, nurses, nurse practitio- zations accredited by the ACCME. Credits™ from accepts AMA PRA Category 1 maintained during the meeting near the registra- maintained during the meeting near the registra- organizations accredited by the ACCME. sicians’ education committee was for was for physicians’ education committee practical, ners, pharmacists and other allied practitio - non-pediatric physicians, nurses, nurse health tion area. For information prior to the meeting call tion area. For information prior to the meeting call This program is accredited for 16.0 NAPNAP CE evidence-based medicine that can be applied be practical, evidence-based medicine that can in ners, pharmacists and other allied health profes- professionals. This program is approved for 16.0 NAPNAP CE 626 -796 -1632, or e-mail meetings@aap -ca.org. 626 -796 -1632, or e-mail meetings@aap -ca.org. contact hours of which 4.5 contain pharmacology (Rx) the clinical setting. Needs in a wide variety a wide applied in the clinical setting. Needs in of sub- sionals. contact hours of which 3.0 contain pharmacology variety of subject areas were identified. This Hotel Accommodations During the meeting, please call the the hotel at During the meeting, please call hotel at 702- content per the National Association of Pediatric Nurse ject areas were identified. This program will ad- (Rx) content per the National Association of Four hundred rooms at Caesars Palace will be Hotel Accommodations 731-7110 and ask for the pediatric meeting. 702-731-7110 and ask for the pediatric meeting. Practitioners Continuing Education Guidelines. dress the areas of Gastroenterology, of infectious program will address the areas Dermatology, Pediatric Nurse Practitioners Continuing Education available to registrants at the specialPalace will be Four hundred rooms at Caesars rate of $209 Adolescentneurology, allergy and immunology, diseases, Medicine, Infectious Disease, Emer- Cancellation and Refund Policy Guidelines. dermatology, neonatology, and developmental and for Palace to registrants Tower special rate of $209 available and Forum at the Rooms, single or Cancellation and Refund Policy Other Information credit has been filed with the gency Medicine, and Sports Medicine. This is an Application for CME double occupancy, subject to Rooms, single or for Palace and Forum Tower tax. Additional Program registration cancellations by October 31, Program registration cancellations by October 31, opportunity pediatrics. This frantic opportunity to behavioral to escape the is an pace of win- There is a continentalof Family Physicians. Determi-in American Academy breakfast and coffee service November 15-18, 2012, Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, Nevada34th Annual Las Vegas S eminars persons: occupancy, subjecta to tax. Additional per- double $30 a day, with maximum of three 2012 will be subject to an administrative charge of 2011 will be subject to an administrative charge of tertime the frantic pace of wintertime pediatrics, escape pediatrics, visit with old friends, make the exhibit crediteach morning. Coffee service is main- nation of halls is pending. 10% or up toto $50. There will no refunds for can- 10% or up $50. There will be be no refunds for University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health persons$30 a room. This maximum of is valid the sons: per day, with a special rate three persons new friends, and return home refreshed with and visit with old friends, make new friends, new tained through the midway break each day. Executive Secretary, Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices return home refreshed with new knowledge and nightsroom. This Special rate valid from November per of November 15-21 only and is available cellations afterafter October2012. All cancellations cancellations October 31, 31, 2011. All cancel- knowledge and relaxed from three to four beautiful Other Information until-18, 2012 is2, 2011 oruntil October 31, 2012 or 14 November available until all 400 blocked must bemust be in writing. lations in writing. There are luncheon seminars on Friday and Saturday. days in exciting three to four beautiful days in relaxed from Las Vegas. The six Friday continental breakfast on Saturday to There is a seminars are repeated and coffee until are taken. Once these are taken, regular rooms all 400 blocked rooms are taken. Once these National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases exciting Las Vegas. Accreditation Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine hotel taken,will apply. District IX disclaims any Accreditation allow the in the exhibit halls each morning. Coffee service registrants to attend as many as two differ- are rates regular hotel rates will apply. District Division of Pediatric Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition PROGRAM OBJECTIVES This activity has been planned and implemented This activity has been planned and implemented in ent seminars. There is anthrough the midway for each service is maintained extra charge of $75 break FACULTY responsibility any responsibility for hotel arrange- IX disclaims for hotel arrangements. Room Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center; and Pediatric Residency Training Program Director for accordance with withEssential Areas and Policies in accordance the the Essential Areas and each day. luncheon seminar. Seating is limited. Once maximum cancellations must be receivedmust be received by ments. Room cancellations by Caesars Palace Southern California Permanente Medical Group Dorothy M. M. Kersten Professor of Pediatrics At the conclusion of this activity participants Policies of the Accreditation Council for Continu- of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medi- seating has been reached,seminars on Friday and There are luncheon registration for that luncheon atCaesars Palace prior to 72 hours prior to arrival. least 72 hours at least arrival. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Nemours/A.I. duPont Hospital for Children should be able to: ing Medical Education through the joint sponsor- cal Education (ACCME) through the joint spon- Saturday. The six Friday seminars are repeated seminar will close. Please indicate a second and third Room reservations may be made three ways: Megan A. Moreno, MD, MPH, FAAP Room reservations may be made three ways:  ship of American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) choice and register at least three days in advance. as on Saturday to allow the registrants to attend Emory University School of Medicine • Interpret tests for the diagnosis of viral sorship of the American Academy of Pediatrics (1) Online through Caesars’ website at hepatitis best initial antibiotics for various (AAP) and California, California Chapters 1, 2, 3, and District IX, AAP District IX of the American many as two different seminars. There is an extra Larry K. Pickering, MD, FAAP Select the (1)https://resweb.passkey.com/go/SCAPD1 Online through Caesars’ website at The lectures will be recorded by the Audio Digest Jennifer M. Weiss, MD, FAAP Academy of Pediatrics. The American ACCME to & 4. The AAP is accredited by the Academy of charge of $75 for each luncheon seminar. Seating Senior Advisor to the Director Steven M. Selbst, MD, FAAP invasive childhood infections • Recite uncommon clinical manifestations of https://resweb.passkey.com/go/SCAAP2 Foundation, 1577 E. Chevy Chase Drive, Glendale, CA Editor, Journal of Pediatrics William F. Balistreri, MD celiacthe common pathogens for household List disease (2) By calling the Caesars’ Contact Center at Pediatrics is accredited medical education for provide continuing by the ACCME to provide is limited. Once maximum seating has been Pearl Kwong, MD, PhD 91206; Phone: 818/240-7500. Los Angeles, California Professor of Pediatrics; (2)866 -227-5944 and identifying our group at By calling the Caesars’ Contact Center physicians. reached, registration for that luncheon seminar Pediatric Dermatology Wilmington, Delaware Professor of Pediatrics pet-related infections • Select the best initial management of diaper continuing medical education for physicians. Jacksonville, Florida Madison, Wisconsin Distinguish concussions from other head code SCAPD1, orand identifying our Group 866 -227-5944 … The AAP designates this live activity for a will close. Please indicate a second and third dermatitis Atlanta, Georgia Cincinnati, Ohio The AAP designates this live activity for a maxi- Private Practice • Describe three genesmanagement strategies trauma and propose associated with skin (3) By Code: SCAAP2, or … this brochure and completing the form in maximum of 16.0 AMA PRA Category 1 mum of 16.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. choice and register at least three days in advance. (3) By completing Caesars. in this brochure and mailing it back to the form Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the The lectures will be recorded by the Audio disorders and be able to advisemigraineon their Diagnose and treat childhood parents Physicians should claim only the credit commen- Interpret tests for food and stinging insect mailing it back to Caesars. We recommend you make reservations far in credit commensurate with the extent of their Digest Foundation, 1577 E. Chevy Chase Drive, significance surate with the extent of their participation in the allergies advance of the meeting. participation in the activity. Glendale, CA 91206; Phone: 818/240 -7500. • List ten nationally notifiable infectious diseases We recommend you make reservations far in activity. • Diagnose and treat foodborne diseases advance of the meeting.
  • 34th Annual Las Vegas Seminars HOTEL REGISTRATIONS PEDIATRIC UPDATE NOVEMBER 15-18, 2012 Through web link https://resweb.passkey.com/go/SCAAP2; by calling Caesars at 866-227-5944 and AAP California District, Chapters 1, 2, 3 & 4 referencing Group Code SCAAP2; or by completing the form below and mailing it to Caesars Palace. MEETING ADVANCE REGISTRATIONPEDIATRIC UPDATE Please remit this part to: American Academy of Pediatrics, California District IX, 1107 FairNOVEMBER 15-18, 2012 AAP California District, Chapters 1, 2, 3 & 4 Oaks Ave., #111, South Pasadena, CA 91030-3311. Cancellation policy: Cancellations by October 31, 2012 will be subject to a service charge. No refunds after October 31, 2012. PROGRAM Friday Luncheon Seminars 10:00 am Coffee Break – Visit the ExhibitsThursday, November 15, 2012 12:00 pm–2:45 pm Chat with the Professors5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Registration Attendance is limited to prior registration, in order Presiding Officer: of receipt, until maximum seating is reached. Hotel Accommodations: 400 rooms of the Caesars Palace Las Vegas will be available to registrants at theFriday, November 16, 2012 Harry Pellman, MD special rate of $209 per day for Palace and Forum Tower Rooms, single or double occupancy, subject to7:00 am – 1:00 pm Registration Luncheon Seminars are repeated on Saturday to 10:30 am How to Take a Sexual History tax. Additional persons: $30 a day, with a maximum of three persons per room. Note: Special rates will7:00 am – 8:00 am Coffee and Continental allow a wider choice. with Your Adolescent Patients be available only until October 31, 2012 or until all 400 blocked rooms are taken. Once these are taken, Breakfast – Exhibit Area No. 1 What’s Hot in Pediatric Megan A. Moreno, MD, MPH regular hotel rates will apply. AAP-CA disclaims any responsibility for hotel arrangements. We recom- Gastroenterology mend you make reservations far in advance of the meeting. Cancellations must be received by CaesarsMEETINGS 11:00 am Trials and Tribulations of William F. Balistreri, MD Palace at least 72 hours in advance.Presiding Officer: Teenage SkinMilton I. Arnold, MD, Emeritus Chair, No. 2 Great Pretenders of Common Pearl C. Kwong, MD, PhDScientific Meetings, American Academy of Pediatric Rashes 11:30 am MEET THE PROFESSORSPediatrics, California Pearl C. Kwong, MD, PhD Chair: Burton F. Willis, MD If staying at Caesars Palace, under what name is your reservation?7:55 am Greetings and Introductions No. 3 Difficult Patient Scenarios in 9:45 am Considering Adolescent Development Panel: William F. Balistreri, MD Adolescent Health During Your Clinic Visit By Oct. 19 After Oct. 198:00 am Celiac Disease: Diagnosis and Pearl C. Kwong, MD, PhD Megan A. Moreno, MD, MPH Megan A. Moreno, MD, MPH Management Megan A. Moreno, MD, MPH RESERVE CAESARS PALACE ROOMS at https://resweb.passkey.com/go/SCAAP2 William F. Balistreri, MD No. 4 Visual Diagnosis of Common and Larry K. Pickering, MD 10:20 am Coffee Break – Visit the Exhibits Uncommon Infections Steven M. Selbst, MD8:30 am Skin and Genes Chat with the Professors Larry K. Pickering, MD Jennifer M. Weiss, MD Pearl C. Kwong, MD, PhD Presiding Officer: PROGRAM COMMITTEE No. 5 Visual Diagnosis in the ED Saturday Luncheon Seminars9:00 am The Y oung Female Athlete: Special Milton I. Arnold, MD Steven M. Selbst, MD 12:00 pm–2:45 pm Milton I. Arnold, MD, FAAP, Emeritus Chair, Clinical Considerations 10:50 am Syncopy No. 6 Pediatric Fractures: When to Treat; Attendance is limited to prior registration, in order Professor of Pediatrics, University of California, Los Angeles, Jennifer M. Weiss, MD Steven M. Selbst, MD When to Refer of receipt, until maximum seating is reached. School of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA9:30 am Red Book 2012: What’s New Jennifer M. Weiss, MD Luncheon Seminars are repeated from Friday’ s 11:25 am evelopmental Dysplasia of the Hip: D Larry K. Pickering, MD listing. Early Recognition and Management Stuart A. Cohen, MD, MPH, FAAP, Program Committee Co - An additional 2.75 credits will apply to each lunch seminar attended.10:00 am Coffee Break – Visit the Exhibits Saturday, November 17, 2012 Jennifer M. Weiss, MD Chair, Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, University of Chat with the Professors 7:00 am – 8:00 am Coffee and Continental Sunday, November 18, 2012 California, San Diego School of Medicine; Private Practice, 12 Noon Closing Remarks Breakfast – Exhibit Area 7:00 am – 8:00 am Coffee and Continental San Diego, CAPresiding Officer: Robert Adler, MD Breakfast – Exhibit Area Presiding Officer:10:30 am Adolescent Health and Social Stuart A. Cohen, MD, MPH NOTE: In lieu of a “Meet the Professors” panel, Harry Pellman, MD, FAAP, Program Committee Co -Chair, Networking Sites five minutes will be allowed following each lecture Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, University of California, Irvine 8:00 am Upper Airway Obstruction Megan A. Moreno, MD, MPH for questions and answers. School of Medicine; Private Practice, Fountain Valley, CA. Steven M. Selbst, MD11:00 am Acute Management of Presiding Officer: 8:30 am Bone and Joint Infections: Myles B. Abbott, MD, FAAP, Clinical Professor, University Seizures/Status Epileptics Harry Pellman, MD Diagnosis and Management of California, San Francisco School of Medicine; Private Steven M. Selbst, MD Jennifer M. Weiss, MD 8:00 am Diaper Dermatitis: The Bottom Line Practice, Berkeley and Orinda, CA.11:30 am MEET THE PROFESSORS Pearl C. Kwong, MD, PhD 9:00 am Outpatient Antiviral Therapy:Chair: Stuart A. Cohen, MD, MPH When and How to Treat 8:35 am Obesity: GI Aspects of the Epidemic Robert Adler, MD, FAAP, Vice Chair of Pediatrics, ChildrensPanel: William F. Balistreri, MD Larry K. Pickering, MD William F. Balistreri, MD Hospital Los Angeles; Professor of Pediatrics, Keck School of Pearl C. Kwong, MD, PhD Medicine, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA. Please make checks payable to AAP-CA and return to American Academy of Pediatrics, California 9:30 am Hepatitis A thru E 9:10 am Immunizations: When Not to District IX, 1107 Fair Oaks Avenue, #111, South Pasadena, CA 91030-3311. For more information: Megan A. Moreno, MD, MPH Administer William F. Balistreri, MD Phone 626/796 -1632; Fax: 626/403-6605; meetings@aap -ca.org. Larry K. Pickering, MD Burton F. Willis, MD, FAAP, Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, Larry K. Pickering, MD Steven M. Selbst, MD University of California, Irvine School of Medicine; Private Jennifer M. Weiss, MD Practice, Fountain Valley, CA. REGISTER ONLINE at www.aap-ca.org or go directly to https://www.aap-ca.org/events/registrations/new/2012_las_vegas