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Emergencies and Procedures in Pediatrics

  1. 1. MassGeneral Hospital for Children and the Division of Emergency Medicine present: Emergencies and Procedures in Pediatrics Friday-Sunday, December 14-16, 2012 Marriott - Long Wharf, Boston, MA Featuring Small-group interactive sessions The latest in pediatric emergency medicine Hands-on skill stations with individualized learning Keynote Speakers Richard M. Cantor, MD, FAAP, FACEP Charles J. Hatem, MDRegister by Register byAugust 17and save $100 OCTOBER 5 and save $50
  2. 2. Course OverviewThe continuing emergence of new clinical data and treatmentapproaches for pediatric emergencies and procedures makes itdifficult for practitioners caring for infants, children and adolescentsto stay current on these advances.Through didactic lectures and interactive sessions, the presentation andmanagement of pediatric patients with medical and surgical emergencieswill be taught in this intensive three-day course. Key lectures will focuson the “must knows” of pediatric trauma, asthma and pain management,psychiatric emergencies and rapid sequence intubation. Small-groupinteractive sessions will highlight procedural sedation, interpretation ofurgent diagnostic radiology and management of life threatening events.Skill stations will allow participants to practice airway management,including rapid sequence intubation and laryngeal mask airways,ultrasound techniques, advanced simulation and pediatric proceduressuch as vascular and intraosseous access. Pediatric surgeons will offerindividualized teaching on suturing, casting and splinting techniques.Keynote speakers will feature lectures on “Leadership by Example,”“Pediatric Emergency Medicine Literature Review,” and “Mistakes YouDon’t Want to Make in Pediatric Patients.”Learning Objectives:At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:• valuate and manage pediatric patients E • evelop effective skills for managing D with fever, respiratory illnesses and pediatric emergencies, including toxic exposures airway management, vascular and• etermine appropriate treatment for D intraosseus access patients presenting with head or other • pply effective suture and tissue A pediatric traumas adhesive techniques in practice• pply PALS when appropriate A • tilize new casting and splinting U for patients presenting with techniques for pediatric patients cardiopulmonary arrest and other • evelop a strategy to manage a D cardiac crises megacode in order to lead the care teamWho Should Attend:• Emergency medicine physicians seeking to update their knowledge and skills• Pediatricians, pediatric emergency medicine and family physicians• Critical care practitioners and hospitalists who care for ill children• Physician assistants and nurse practitionersAbout the LocationThe course and accommodationsare at the Boston Marriott - LongWharf, a waterfront hotel located oneblock from Faneuil Hall Marketplaceand Quincy Market. The hotel iswalking distance from the NorthEnd, known as the city’s Little Italy,which has approximately 100 eatingestablishments and a variety oftourist attractions.
  3. 3. Keynote SpeakersRichard M. Cantor, MD, FAAP, FACEPProfessor, Departments of Emergency Medicine and PediatricsDirector, Pediatric Emergency ServicesMedical Director, Upstate New York Poison CenterDirector, PEM Fellowship Program, Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, New York Dr. Cantor is nationally known for his work as a researcher and educator in the fields of pediatric emergency medicine and toxicology. He has held multiple leadership positions in the field of pediatric emergency medicine through ACEP and AAP. He has also served on the editorial and development boards of national curricula including the Pediatric Emergency Medicine Resource. In 2009, he published a textbook, Neonatal Emergencies, which has received a special commendation award from the 2010 British Medical Association Committee. Dr. Cantor is a member of the American Board of Pediatrics and American Board of Emergency Medicine Joint Sub-board in Pediatric Emergency Medicine. At this year’s Emergencies and Procedures in Pediatrics Course, Dr. Cantor will be giving an update on the EM literature of 2012, as well as a session on “Mistakes You Don’t Want to Make in Pediatric Patients.”Charles J. Hatem, MDProfessor of MedicineHarvard Medical SchoolHarold Amos Academy ProfessorChair, Department of Medical Education Dr. Charles Hatem is the Harold Amos Academy Professor and Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, and Chair of the Department of Medical Education at Mount Auburn Hospital. Dr. Hatem received his M.D. from Harvard Medical School and completed his internship and residency on the Harvard Medical Service (II IV) at Boston City Hospital. He has been a primary care physician at Mt. Auburn since 1971. Dr. Hatem has had a long interest in the application of educational theory to medical training, including the development of a primary care residency training program at Mount Auburn as well as establishingfaculty fellowships in Medical Education. He has developed many successful CMEand staff courses in ambulatory and primary care medicine, and is actively engaged inclinical teaching at all levels. The recipient of many awards for excellence in teaching,Dr. Hatem has also served as an international consultant in medical education. Hewas selected by the Harvard Medical School Class of 1998 to receive the first NBIHealthcare Foundation Humanism in Medicine Award. At the 2012 Emergencies andProcedures in Pediatrics Course, Dr. Hatem will be presenting on the very importanttopic “Clinician Wellness.”Featured Guest Speakers Barry W. Heath, MD, Angela Anderson, MD FAAP, FCCP, FCCM Associate Professor of Pediatrics Professor of Pediatrics, and Emergency Medicine, University of Vermont Brown University Medical School; College of Medicine; Director of Pediatric Pain Chief, Division of Inpatient and Palliative Care, and Critical Care Pediatrics, Hasbro Children’s Hospital, Vermont Children’s Hospital, Providence, RI Burlington, VT
  4. 4. Course DirectorsSonia Lewin, MD, FAAP Linda T. Wang, MD, FAAPAssistant Professor of Pediatrics Assistant Professor of PediatricsHarvard Medical School Harvard Medical SchoolPediatrician PediatricianPediatric Emergency Medicine Pediatric Emergency MedicineMassachusetts General Hospital Division of Global Health Massachusetts General HospitalNatan Noviski, MD, FAAP, FCCMAssociate Professor of PediatricsHarvard Medical SchoolChief, Pediatric Critical Care MedicineAssociate Chair, Department of PediatricsMassachusetts General HospitalFacultyMaurice Albright, MD Jeffrey Kreher, MD, FAAPInstructor of Orthopedic Surgery Instructor in Orthopedic SurgeryHarvard Medical School Harvard Medical SchoolAssistant in Orthopedic Surgery Pediatric Musculoskeletal andPediatric Orthopedic Surgery Sports Medicine SpecialistMassachusetts General Hospital Assistant, Department of Orthopedic Surgery Division of Pediatric OrthopedicsSomaletha T. Bhattacharya, MBBS, FFARCSI Massachusetts General HospitalInstructor in AnesthesiaHarvard Medical School Peter Masiakos, MS, MD, FACS, FAAPAssistant in Anesthesia and Critical Care Assistant Professor of SurgeryMassachusetts General Hospital Harvard Medical School Assistant SurgeonRyan Carroll, MD, MPH Massachusetts General HospitalInstructor in PediatricsHarvard Medical School Laura Prager, MDAssistant in Pediatrics Assistant Professor of PsychiatryPediatric Critical Care Medicine Harvard Medical SchoolMassachusetts General Hospital Director, Child Psychiatry Emergency ServicesAnesthesiology Center for Critical Care Research Massachusetts General HospitalAri Cohen, MD, FAAP Angela Ryan, NNPInstructor in Pediatrics Neonatal Intensive Care UnitHarvard Medical School Massachusetts General HospitalChief, Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine Randheer Shailam, MDDepartment of Emergency Medicine Instructor in RadiologyMassachusetts General Hospital Harvard Medical SchoolBrian Cummings, MD Assistant RadiologistInstructor in Pediatrics Massachusetts General HospitalHarvard Medical School Rob Sheridan, MDAssistant in Pediatrics Associate Professor of SurgeryDirector, Pediatric Transport Harvard Medical SchoolPediatric Critical Care Medicine Assistant Chief of StaffMassachusetts General Hospital Shriners Hospital for ChildrenAnn-Christine Duhaime, MD Visiting SurgeonNicholas T. Zervas Professor of Neurosurgery Massachusetts General HospitalHarvard Medical School Mindy Sherman, MDNeurosurgeon Instructor in PediatricsMassachusetts General Hospital Harvard Medical SchoolEric Grabowski, MD, SCD PediatricianAssociate Professor of Pediatrics Pediatric Emergency MedicineHarvard Medical School Massachusetts General HospitalPediatrician, Hematology/Oncology Michael Stone, MD, RDMSMassachusetts General Hospital Chief, Division of Emergency UltrasoundNupur Gupta, MD, MPH Department of Emergency MedicineInstructor in Pediatrics Brigham and Women’s HospitalHarvard Medical School Chair, ACEP Emergency Ultrasound SectionAssistant Pediatrician Phoebe Yager, MDMassachusetts General Hospital Instructor in PediatricsCassandra Kelleher, MD Harvard Medical SchoolInstructor in Surgery Assistant in PediatricsHarvard Medical School Director, TelemedicineAssistant in Surgery Pediatric Critical Care MedicineMassachusetts General Hospital Massachusetts General Hospital
  5. 5. Friday, December 14 7:30 – 7:55 am egistration and Continental Breakfast – Grand Ballroom Foyer R 7:55 – 8:00 am Introduction Natan Noviski, MD 8:00 – 10:20 am SPECIAL TOPICS IN PEDIATRIC INJURY 8:00 – 8:30 am Non-Accidental Trauma in Infants and Young Children Ann-Christine Duhaime, MD 8:30 – 8:50 am Clearing the C-Spine: To Image or Not Peter Masiakos, MD 8:50 – 9:20 am Concussions: A New Epidemic Jeffrey Kreher, MD 9:20 – 10:00 am Burns: Emergent Care Rob Sheridan, MD 10:00 – 10:20 am Questions for the Panel 10:20 – 10:35 am Coffee Break 10:35 – 11:15 am Psychiatric Emergencies Laura Prager, MD 11:15 – 11:45 am Best of 2012 Pediatric EM Literature Richard Cantor, MD 11:45 am – 1:05 pm Lunch on Your Own 1:05 – 1:55 pm Clinician Wellness Charles J. Hatem, MD 2:00 – 4:50 pm Break Out Sessions: Case Based Discussions Procedural Sedation Ari Cohen, MD Hands-on Management of Life Threatening Events Brian Cummings, MD 3:45 – 4:00 pm Coffee Break Emergency Radiology Randheer Shailam, MDSaturday, December 15 7:30 – 7:50 am Continental Breakfast – Grand Ballroom Foyer 7:50 – 7:55 am Introduction Sonia Lewin, MD 7:55 – 8:25 am Fever: An Age-Based Approach Sonia Lewin, MD 8:30 am – 12:15 pm Hands-on Skill Stations A. Casting and Splinting Maurice Albright, MD B. Vascular Access (IV, Umbi IO) Lisa Marie Wellen, RN, Angela Ryan, NNP, Mindy Sherman, MD 10:15 – 10:30 am Coffee Break C. Managing Difficult Airways Somaletha Bhattacharya, MD D. ode Immersion: Advanced Simulation C Phoebe Yager, MD Training for Pediatric Emergencies (Requires additional fee) E. Ultrasound (Requires additional fee) Michael Stone, MD F. Suture and Tissue Adhesive Techniques Cassandra Kelleher, MD 12:15 – 1:30 pm Lunch Provided - Palm Garden Room 1:30 – 2:10 pm No Need to Guess: See With Ultrasound Michael Stone, MD 2:10 – 2:50 pm “I Can’t Stop the Pain or Bleeding!”: Nupur Gupta, MD Case Based Approach to Female Teens 2:50 – 3:05 pm Coffee Break 3:05 – 3:45 pm RSI: Scenarios of Impending Arrest Phoebe Yager, MD 3:45 – 4:25 pm Mistakes You Don’t Want to Make Richard Cantor, MD in Pediatric Patients
  6. 6. Sunday, December 16 7:30 – 7:55 am ontinental Breakfast – Grand Ballroom Foyer C 7:55 – 8:00 am Introduction Linda T. Wang, MD 8:00 – 8:50 am Near Fatal Asthma Cases: Management Pearls Barry Heath, MD 8:50 – 9:40 am I Can’t Stand the Pain Angela Anderson, MD 9:40 – 10:20 am Don’t Let the Confused Child Confuse You Ryan Carroll, MD 10:20 – 10:35 am Coffee Break 10:35 – 11:15 am Bronchiolitis: What’s New Barry Heath, MD 11:15 am – Noon Hematological Emergencies Eric Grabowski, MD Noon – 12:10 pm Closing RemarksProgram changes/substitutions may be made without notice. Skill Stations allow participants a hands-on experience. Accreditation The Harvard Medical School is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The Harvard Medical School designates this live activity for a maximum of 17.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. ACGME Competencies This course is designed to meet one of more of the following Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education Competencies: - Patient care - Medical knowledge - Interpersonal and communication skills - Systems-based practice
  7. 7. Emergencies and Procedures in Pediatrics CLASS #3214030Friday-Sunday, December 14-16, 2012Print Name Clearly - All Fields Required Tuition Fee: $995 (USD) Residents/Fellows in Training/Allied Health Professionals: $695 (USD) Advanced Simulation Training Ultrasound Stations* (Add’l Tuition Fee: $50 each):_____x$50 (USD) $___________ Early registration discount: before August 17: -$100 / before October 5: -$50 (USD) -$________ ____ Total $___________Please indicate your preference for the Saturday morning Skills Stations. We will try to give you your top four choices.Rank 1-6 A_____Casting and Splinting D_____Advanced Simulation Training* (Add’l Tuition Fee: $50) B_____Vascular Access (IV, Umbi IO) E_____Ultrasound* (Add’l Tuition Fee: $50) C_____Difficult Airway F_____Suture and Tissue Adhesive TechniquesFull Name___________________________________________________________________________________________________ First Middle Initial LastMailing Address______________________________________________________________________________________________ Street City State ZIPDaytime Phone (________)____________________________ Fax Number (________)__________________________________Please note: Your email address is used for critical information including: registration confirmation, evaluation and certificate.Please be sure to include an email address you check daily or frequently.Email Address ______________________________________________________________________________________________ Please check if you wish to be excluded from receiving email notices of future Harvard Medical School - Department of Continuing Education ProgramsProfession _________________________________________ Degree _________________________________________________Primary Specialty (Physicians only)________________________________________________ Board Certified : Yes NoProfessional School Attended (Physicians only) Harvard Medical School U.S. Medical School International Year of Graduation_____________ Online Registrants - add the first three characters of the source code found here g Source Code: W E BPlease call Harvard Medical School’s DCE office at 617-384-8600 for more information on group rates.REGISTRATION INFORMATION Registration by credit card (VISA or MasterCard) can be made at: !www.cme.hms.harvard.edu/courses/emergencies. Registration by check (draft on a United States bank),please make payable to Harvard Medical School and mail with registration form to Harvard MedicalSchool–Department of Continuing Education, PO Box 417476, Boston, MA 02241-7476. Telephone orfax registration is not accepted. Registration with cash payment is not permitted. Upon receipt of your paidregistration, an email confirmation from the HMS-DCE office will be sent to you. Be sure to include an emailaddress that you check frequently. Your email address is used for critical information including: registrationconfirmation, evaluation and certificate.INQUIRIES By phone 617-384-8600, Monday-Friday, 10 am to 4 pm (EST ) or by email at: hms-cme@hms.harvard.edu.ONLINE INFORMATION To register or view activity information online, visit: www.cme.hms.harvard.edu/courses/emergencies. To ensure proper registration, please add the first three characters of the source codefound at the bottom of this registration form.DISCLOSURE POLICY Harvard Medical School (HMS) adheres to all ACCME Essential Areas, Standardsand Policies. It is HMS’s policy that those who have influenced the content of a CME activity (e.g., planners,faculty, authors, reviewers and others) disclose all relevant financial relationships with commercial entitiesso that HMS may identify and resolve any conflicts of interest prior to the activity. These disclosures will beprovided in the activity materials along with disclosure of any commercial support received for the activity.Additionally, faculty members have been instructed to disclose any limitations of data and unlabeled orinvestigational uses of products during their presentations.REFUND POLICY A handling fee of $60 is deducted for cancellation. Refund requests must be received bypostal mail, email or fax one week prior to this activity. No refunds will be made thereafter.COURSE LOCATION All sessions for this activity will be held at Marriott – Long Wharf, 296 State Street,Boston, MA 02109 (Telephone: 617-227-0800).ACCOMMODATIONS /TRAVEL A limited number of rooms have been reserved at the Marriott - LongWharf (Telephone: 617-227-0800) until November 23, 2012. Please specify that you are enrolled inthis activity to receive a reduced room rate of $219 per night single/double. Please do not purchase non-refundable airline ticket(s) until you have received an email from our office confirming your paid registration.For airline reservations, contact the HMS Travel Desk toll free 1-877-4-HARVMD (1-877-442-7863) Monday- Friday 9 am - 8 pm (EST). From outside the U.S., Canada and Virgin Islands, please call 617-559-3764.*Due to the specialty nature of the learning experience in these stations, enrollment is limited and will be assignedon a first-come, first-served basis. An additional fee of $50 will be charged for each station.