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  • 1. New Orleans, Louisiana March 17-21 San Diego, California September 15-19 Baltimore, Maryland June 23-27An Intensive Review andU p dat e o f P e d iat ri c s 2012The Best Pediatric CME For The Best Pediatric CarePREP® The Course is Designed as:An intensive review and update of pediatrics and a unique component of the AmericanAcademy of Pediatrics overall educational program. While the course content is based Don’t Misson the content specifications issued by the American Board of Pediatrics (ABP) for Early BirdMaintenance of Certification™ (MOC), the course also features case-based sessions,hot topics, and visual diagnosis components related to the latest information on Registration Rates!clinical practice. See page 13 for details.Earn a Maximum of 42.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ Per Course Register online at www.pedialink.org/cmefinder or call toll-free, 866/THE-AAP1 (866/843-2271)
  • 2. 2012 Register early! Early bird rates apply for each An Intensive Review and PREP® The Course U p dat e o f P e d iat ri c s location. You should attend PREP® The Course if you are: Here’s What to Expect When •  roviding health care for infants, children, and/or adolescents P You Attend PREP® The Course and are interested in a diverse, intensive format to update your A variety of educational formats to meet different learning styles: knowledge and skills. •  ectures L •  nterested in having your questions answered by experts in group, I Cognitive, didactic presentations based on the ABP’s content case-based sessions. specifications, with opportunities for questions immediately •  eeking exam preparation for Maintenance of Certification™ (MOC). S following each lecture. Note: This course is not intended to meet the requirements of an initial •  ase Presentations: Diagnosis and Management C board certification examination. A series of case studies relating to the lecture topics presented in interactive group settings. Cases in each topic area are presented PREP® The Course is designed to cover content concurrently throughout the course. Note: The cases in each topic specifications in the following areas: area are presented three times. • Adolescent Health • Genetics & Dysmorphology •  aculty Panels F • Allergy & Immunology • Gynecology Faculty panel discussions that provide an additional opportunity to have • Cardiovascular Disorders • Hematology & Oncology your questions answered in moderated question-and-answer format. • Critical Care • Infectious Diseases •  isual Diagnosis V • Dermatology • Injuries & Poisoning A series of photos showing different health issues are made available • Developmental/Behavioral • Neurology for viewing during the course. Participants can record their diagnoses Pediatrics • Patient Safety and review the diagnosis critiques posted the next day. • Emergency Medicine • Quality Improvement • Endocrinology • Renal & Urologic Disorders •  re/Post-Course Self-Assessment P • Ethics • Respiratory Disorders Prior to each course, participants can view cases and answer diagnosis • Fetus & Newborn Infant • Rheumatology questions on a Web site. Information provided at the course can aid in • Fluid & Electrolyte Metabolism • Sports Medicine properly diagnosing each case. Following the course, a post-course • Gastrointestinal Disorders • Statistics self-assessment is made available with a link to diagnosis critiques. • General Pediatrics • Substance Abuse •  Hot Topics” “ Since course content is planned many months in advance, it is PREP The Course 2012 Planning Group ® possible that new or emergent issues relevant to a course topic area Robert McGregor, MD, FAAP may arise in weeks and months preceding the course. Accordingly, Chairperson some faculty members will be asked to begin their lecture(s) with Norman Ferrari III, MD, FAAP a ten-minute discussion of hot topics, new protocols, and/or recent Joseph Gigante, MD, FAAP clinical advances in their respective subspecialties. Lee Todd Miller, MD, FAAP Jay E. Selcow, MD, FAAP Continuing Medical Education Credit Tina Tan, MD, FAAP The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The AAP designates each of these live activities for a maximum of 42.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Each of these activities is acceptable for a maximum of 42.0 AAP credits. These credits can be applied toward the AAP CME/CPD Award available to Fellows and Candidate Members of the AAP. The American Academy of Physician Assistants accepts AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ from organizations accredited by the ACCME. Application for CME credit has been filed with the American Academy of Family Physicians. Determination of credit is pending. Each of these programs is accredited for 42.0 NAPNAP CE contact hours; pharmacology (Rx) contact hours to be determined per the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) Continuing Education Guidelines.2 Register online at www.pedialink.org/cmefinder or call toll-free, 866/THE-AAP1 (866/843-2271)
  • 3. 12:50-2:20pm  oncurrent Case Presentations: C Sunday, March 18 Diagnosis and Management 1st set. Select one. 7:00am Continental Breakfast/ Register by Visit the Exhibits February 18, A. Gastrointestinal Disorders Dr Pohl 7:30-9:00am  oncurrent Case Presentations: C 2012, for early Diagnosis and Management bird rates! B. General Pediatrics I 3  rd and final set. Select one. Dr Hoffman Repeat of Saturday sessions. C. Allergy & Immunology A. Gastrointestinal Disorders Dr Kelso Dr Pohl D. Hematology & Oncology B. General Pediatrics I New Orleans, LA Dr Carpenter Dr Hoffman E. Infectious Diseases I C. Allergy & Immunology March 17-21, 2012 Dr Bryant Dr KelsoInterContinental New Orleans F. Adolescent Health/ D. Hematology & Oncology Gynecology/Substance Abuse I Dr Carpenter Dr Levine E. Infectious Diseases I Friday, March 16 G. Rheumatology Dr Bryant Dr Rouster-Stevens 5:00-7:00pm Registration/Check in at F. Adolescent Health/ AAP Registration Desk 2:20pm Move Break Gynecology/Substance Abuse I 2:30pm Gastrointestinal Disorders Dr Levine Saturday, March 17 Dr Pohl G. Rheumatology 6:45am Registration/Continental 3:10pm Question-and-Answer Session Dr Rouster-Stevens Breakfast/Visit the Exhibits 3:20pm Rheumatology 9:00am Break/Visit the Exhibits 7:20am Welcome/Announcements Dr Rouster-Stevens 9:15am General Announcements 7:30am Gastrointestinal Disorders 3:50pm Question-and-Answer Session 9:20am Faculty Panel Dr Pohl 4:00pm Adolescent Health/Gynecology/ 9:50am Infectious Diseases 8:10am Question-and-Answer Session Substance Abuse Dr Bryant 8:20am General Pediatrics Dr Levine 10:30am Question-and-Answer Session Dr Hoffman 4:30pm Question-and-Answer Session 10:40am Hematology & Oncology 9:00am Question-and-Answer Session 4:40pm Break/Visit the Exhibits Dr Carpenter 9:10am Allergy & Immunology 5:00-6:30pm  oncurrent Case Presentations: C 11:20am Question-and-Answer Session Dr Kelso Diagnosis and Management 2  nd set. Repeat of 11:30am General Pediatrics 9:40am Question-and-Answer Session 12:50pm sessions. Dr Hoffman 9:50am Break/Visit the Exhibits A. Gastrointestinal Disorders 12:00pm Question-and-Answer Session 10:10am Hematology & Oncology Dr Pohl 12:10pm Hot Topics Dr Carpenter B. General Pediatrics I 12:20pm Buffet Lunch/Visit the Exhibits 10:40am Question-and-Answer Session Dr Hoffman 12:50-2:20pm Concurrent Case Presentations: 10:50am Infectious Diseases C. Allergy & Immunology Diagnosis and Management Dr Bryant 1st set. Select one. Dr Kelso 11:30am Question-and-Answer Session H.  evelopmental/Behavioral D D. Hematology & Oncology 11:40am Adolescent Health/Gynecology/ Dr Carpenter Pediatrics Substance Abuse Dr Greenberg Dr Levine E. Infectious Diseases I Dr Bryant I. Dermatology 12:10pm Question-and-Answer Session Dr Sorey F.  Adolescent Health/ 12:20pm Buffet Lunch/Visit the Exhibits Gynecology/Substance Abuse I J.  Adolescent Health/Gynecology/ Dr Levine Substance Abuse II Dr Walker G. Rheumatology Dr Rouster-Stevens K.  Emergency Medicine/Critical Care/Injuries & Poisoning “ n excellent pediatrics A 6:30pm Adjourn for the Day Dr Wright review and the small group Maximum CME Credits for Saturday: 9.75 L. Respiratory Disorders sessions allowed one-on-one Dr Nevin interaction with faculty.” M. Fetus & Newborn Dr Shenai –  elen Williams, MD, FAAP H N. Cardiovascular Disorders Dr Sharkey The Best Pediatric CME For The Best Pediatric Care 3
  • 4. 2:20pm Move Break 10:00am Respiratory Disorders Tuesday, March 20 2:30pm Developmental/Behavioral Dr Nevin 7:00am Continental Breakfast Pediatrics 10:40am Question-and-Answer Session Dr Greenberg 7:30-9:00am  oncurrent Case Presentations: C 10:50am Fetus & Newborn Diagnosis and Management 3:10pm Question-and-Answer Session Dr Shenai 1st set. Select one. 3:20pm Dermatology 11:30am Question-and-Answer Session O. Infectious Diseases II Dr Sorey 11:40am Buffet Lunch/Visit the Exhibits Dr Munoz-Rivas 4:00pm Question-and-Answer Session 12:10-1:40pm  oncurrent Case Presentations: C P. General Pediatrics II 4:10pm Break/Visit the Exhibits Diagnosis and Management Dr McDonald 3  rd and final set. Select one. Q. Sports Medicine 4:30pm Adolescent Health/Gynecology/ Repeat of morning sessions. Dr Gregory Substance Abuse Dr Walker H.  evelopmental/Behavioral D R. Genetics Pediatrics 5:00pm Question-and-Answer Session Dr Reimschisel Dr Greenberg 5:10pm Emergency Medicine/Critical S. Neurology I. Dermatology Care/Injuries & Poisoning Dr Gilbert Dr Sorey Dr Wright T.  enal & Urologic Disorders/ R J.  Adolescent Health/Gynecology/ Fluid & Electrolyte Metabolism 5:50pm Question-and-Answer Session Substance Abuse II 6:00pm Adjourn for the Day Dr Onder Dr Walker Maximum CME Credits for Sunday: 9.25 U. Endocrinology K.  Emergency Medicine/Critical Dr Simmons Care/Injuries & Poisoning Monday, March 19 Dr Wright 9:00am Move Break 7:00am Continental Breakfast/ L. Respiratory Disorders 9:15am General Announcements Visit the Exhibits Dr Nevin 9:20am Infectious Diseases 7:30-9:00am C  oncurrent Case Presentations: M. Fetus & Newborn Dr Munoz-Rivas Diagnosis and Management Dr Shenai 10:00am Question-and-Answer Session 2  nd set. Select one. Repeat N. Cardiovascular Disorders 10:10am General Pediatrics of Sunday 12:50pm sessions. Dr Sharkey Dr McDonald H.  evelopmental/Behavioral D 1:40pm Move Break 10:50am Question-and-Answer Session Pediatrics Dr Greenberg 1:55pm Hot Topics 11:00am Endocrinology 2:05pm Faculty Panel Dr Simmons I. Dermatology Dr Sorey 2:35pm Developmental/Behavioral 11:40am Question-and-Answer Session J.  Adolescent Health/Gynecology/ Pediatrics 11:50am Buffet Lunch Substance Abuse II Dr Greenberg 12:20-1:50pm  oncurrent Case Presentations: C Dr Walker 3:15pm Question-and-Answer Session Diagnosis and Management K.  Emergency Medicine/Critical 3:25pm Respiratory Disorders 2  nd set. Select one. Repeat Care/Injuries & Poisoning Dr Nevin of morning sessions. Dr Wright 4:05pm Question-and-Answer Session O. Infectious Diseases II L. Respiratory Disorders Dr Munoz-Rivas 4:15pm Break/Visit the Exhibits Dr Nevin P. General Pediatrics II 4:30pm Emergency Medicine/Critical Dr McDonald M. Fetus & Newborn Care/Injuries & Poisoning Dr Shenai Dr Wright Q. Sports Medicine N. Cardiovascular Disorders Dr Gregory 5:10pm Question-and-Answer Session Dr Sharkey R. Genetics 5:20pm Adolescent Health/Gynecology/ 9:00am Move Break Dr Reimschisel Substance Abuse 9:15am General Announcements Dr Walker S. Neurology Dr Gilbert 9:20am Cardiovascular Disorders 5:50pm Question-and-Answer Session Dr Sharkey T.  enal & Urologic Disorders/ R 6:00pm Adjourn for the Day Fluid & Electrolyte Metabolism 9:50am Question-and-Answer Session Maximum CME Credits for Monday: 9.0 Dr Onder U. Endocrinology Dr Simmons “ his was the best overall review course I’ve ever attended in 26 T years of practice, a great preparation for the MOC examination!” – Joan Magner, MD, FAAP4 Register online at www.pedialink.org/cmefinder or call toll-free, 866/THE-AAP1 (866/843-2271)
  • 5. 1:50pm Move Break Wednesday, March 21 9:00am Move Break2:05pm Neurology 7:00am Continental Breakfast 9:15am General Announcements Dr Gilbert 9:20am Renal & Urologic Disorders/ 7:30-9:00am  oncurrent Case Presentations: C2:45pm Question-and-Answer Session Diagnosis and Management Fluid & Electrolyte Metabolism2:55pm Sports Medicine 3  rd and final set. Select one. Dr Onder Dr Gregory Repeat of Tuesday sessions. 10:00am Question-and-Answer Session3:25pm Question-and-Answer Session O. Infectious Diseases II 10:10am Neurology Dr Munoz-Rivas Dr Gilbert3:35pm Renal & Urologic Disorders/ Fluid & Electrolyte Metabolism P. General Pediatrics II 10:50am Question-and-Answer Session Dr Onder Dr McDonald 11:00am Genetics4:15pm Question-and-Answer Session Q. Sports Medicine Dr Reimschisel4:25pm Break Dr Gregory 11:40am Question-and-Answer Session4:40pm Infectious Diseases R. Genetics 11:50am Break Dr Munoz-Rivas Dr Reimschisel 12:05pm Hot Topics5:20pm Question-and-Answer Session S. Neurology 12:15pm Faculty Panel Dr Gilbert5:30pm General Pediatrics 12:45pm Closing Remarks Dr McDonald T.  enal & Urologic Disorders/ R Fluid & Electrolyte Metabolism 12:50pm Adjourn6:00pm Question-and-Answer Session Dr Onder Maximum CME Credits for Wednesday: 4.756:10pm Adjourn for the Day U. Endocrinology Maximum AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™Maximum CME Credits for Tuesday: 9.25 Dr Simmons for Course: 42.0 Emergency Medicine/Critical Care/ Hematology & Oncology Injuries & Poisoning Shannon Carpenter, MD, MS, FAAP Melvin Wright, DO, FAAP Associate Professor of Pediatrics Associate Professor of Pediatrics, University of Missouri, Kansas City Critical Care, and Director of Kansas City, Missouri Pediatric Simulation Education Infectious Diseases and Training Kristina Bryant, MD, FAAP West Virginia University Associate Professor of Pediatrics School of Medicine University of Louisville Morgantown, West Virginia Louisville, Kentucky Endocrinology Jill Simmons, MD Flor Munoz-Rivas, MD, FAAP Assistant Professor of Pediatrics Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Division of Pediatric Endocrinology Molecular Virology and Microbiology Vanderbilt University Medical Center Baylor College of Medicine Nashville, Tennessee Houston, Texas Fetus & Newborn Infant Neurology Jayant Shenai, MD, FAAP Donald L. Gilbert, MD, MS, FAAP Professor of Pediatrics Professor of Pediatrics and Neurology Vanderbilt University Cincinnati Children’s Hospital School of Medicine Medical Center Cincinnati, OhioNew Orleans Faculty Cardiovascular Disorders Nashville, Tennessee Angela Sharkey, MD, FACC Gastrointestinal Disorders Renal & Urologic Disorders/Adolescent Health/Gynecology/ Professor of Pediatrics John F. Pohl, MD, FAAP Fluid & Electrolyte MetabolismSubstance Abuse Washington University Associate Professor of Pediatrics Ali Mirza Onder, MDLeonard Levine, MD, FAAP Saint Louis, Missouri Primary Children’s Medical Center Associate Professor of PediatricsAssistant Professor of Pediatrics University of Utah West Virginia University Dermatology School of MedicineDrexel University College of Medicine William H. Sorey, MD, FAAP Salt Lake City, UtahSt. Christopher’s Hospital for Children Morgantown, West Virginia Associate Professor of Pediatrics General PediatricsPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania University of Mississippi Respiratory Disorders Amber Hoffman, MD, FAAPLeslie R. Walker, MD, FSAM, FAAP Medical Center Assistant Professor of Pediatrics Mary Nevin, MD, FAAPProfessor of Pediatrics Jackson, Mississippi University of Missouri Kansas City Assistant Professor of PediatricsChief of Division of Children’s Mercy Hospital Northwestern Feinberg Developmental/Behavioral School of Medicine Adolescent Medicine Pediatrics Kansas City, MissouriSeattle Children’s Hospital/ Chicago, Illinois Doris Greenberg, MD, FAAP Matthew B. McDonald III, MD, FAAP University of Washington Associate Clinical Professor RheumatologySeattle, Washington Assistant Professor of Pediatrics Kelly Rouster-Stevens, MD, MSCI, FAAP of Pediatrics Drexel University College of MedicineAllergy & Immunology Mercer University Assistant Professor of Pediatrics St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children Emory University School of MedicineJohn M. Kelso, MD, FAAAAI, FAAP School of Medicine Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaClinical Professor of Pediatrics Savannah, Georgia Emory Children’s CenterUniversity of California San Diego Genetics & Dysmorphology Atlanta, Georgia School of Medicine Tyler Reimschisel, MD Sports Medicine/General PediatricsScripps Clinic Division of Allergy, Assistant Professor of Andrew Gregory, MD, FACSM, FAAP Asthma, and Immunology Pediatrics and Neurology Assistant Professor ofSan Diego, California Vanderbilt University Orthopedics & Pediatrics School of Medicine Vanderbilt University Medical Center Nashville, Tennessee Nashville, Tennessee The Best Pediatric CME For The Best Pediatric Care 5
  • 6. 12:50-2:20pm  oncurrent Case Presentations: C Sunday, June 24 Diagnosis and Management 1st set. Select one. 7:00am Continental Breakfast/ Register by Visit the Exhibits May 27, A. Gastrointestinal Disorders Dr Bishop 7:30-9:00am Concurrent Case Presentations: 2012, for early Diagnosis and Management bird rates! B. General Pediatrics I 3  rd and final set. Select one. Dr Garriss Repeat of Saturday sessions. C. Allergy & Immunology A. Gastrointestinal Disorders Dr Yates Dr Bishop D. Hematology & Oncology B. General Pediatrics I Baltimore, MD Dr Frei-Jones Dr Garriss E. Infectious Disease I C. Allergy & Immunology June 23-27, 2012 Dr Woods Dr Yates Hyatt Regency Baltimore F.  Adolescent Health/ D. Hematology & Oncology Gynecology/Substance Abuse I Dr Frei-Jones Dr Ohlemeyer E. Infectious Diseases I Friday, June 22 G. Rheumatology Dr Woods 5:00-7:00pm Registration/Check in at Dr Becker F.  Adolescent Health/ AAP Registration Desk 2:20pm Move Break Gynecology/Substance Abuse I Saturday, June 23 2:30pm Gastrointestinal Disorders Dr Ohlemeyer Dr Bishop G. Rheumatology 6:45am Registration/Continental 3:10pm Question-and-Answer Session Dr Becker Breakfast/Visit the Exhibits 3:20pm Rheumatology 9:00am Break/Visit the Exhibits 7:20am Welcome/Announcements Dr Becker 9:15am General Announcements 7:30am Gastrointestinal Disorders 3:50pm Question-and-Answer Session 9:20am Faculty Panel Dr Bishop 4:00pm Adolescent Health/Gynecology/ 9:50am Infectious Diseases 8:10am Question-and-Answer Session Substance Abuse Dr Woods 8:20am General Pediatrics Dr Ohlemeyer Dr Garriss 10:30am Question-and-Answer Session 4:30pm Question-and-Answer Session 9:00am Question-and-Answer Session 10:40am Hematology & Oncology 4:40pm Break/Visit the Exhibits Dr Frei-Jones 9:10am Allergy & Immunology 5:00-6:30pm  oncurrent Case Presentations: C Dr Yates 11:20am Question-and-Answer Session Diagnosis and Management 9:40am Question-and-Answer session 2  nd set. Repeat of 11:30am General Pediatrics 12:50pm sessions. Dr Garriss 9:50am Break/Visit the Exhibits A. Gastrointestinal Disorders 12:00pm Question-and-Answer Session 10:10am Hematology & Oncology Dr Frei-Jones Dr Bishop 12:10pm Hot Topics 10:40am Question-and-Answer Session B. General Pediatrics I 12:20pm Buffet Lunch/Visit the Exhibits Dr Garriss 12:50-2:20pm Concurrent Case Presentations: 10:50am Infectious Diseases C. Allergy & Immunology Diagnosis and Management Dr Woods Dr Yates 1st set. Select one. 11:30am Question-and-Answer Session D. Hematology & Oncology H.  evelopmental/Behavioral D 11:40am Adolescent Health/Gynecology/ Dr Frei-Jones Pediatrics Substance Abuse Dr Jones Dr Ohlemeyer E. Infectious Diseases I Dr Woods I. Dermatology 12:10pm Question-and-Answer Session Dr Badgett F.  Adolescent Health/Gynecology/ 12:20pm Buffet Lunch/Visit the Exhibits Substance Abuse II J.  Adolescent Health/Gynecology/ Dr Ohlemeyer Substance Abuse II Dr Spaulding-Barclay G. Rheumatology Dr Becker K.  Emergency Medicine/Critical Care/Injuries & Poisoning 6:30pm Adjourn for the Day Dr Mullett Maximum CME Credits for Saturday: 9.75 L. Respiratory Disorders Dr Rhein M. Fetus & Newborn Dr Shenai N. Cardiovascular Disorders Dr Ravekes6 Register online at www.pedialink.org/cmefinder or call toll-free, 866/THE-AAP1 (866/843-2271)
  • 7. “PREP® The Course is far and away my favorite CME2:20pm Move Break course. The combination of lectures and small groups2:30pm Developmental/Behavioral Pediatrics is very educational.” Dr Jones – Rodney M. Jackson, MD, FAAP3:10pm Question-and-Answer Session3:20pm Dermatology Dr Badgett 9:50am Question-and-Answer Session Tuesday, June 264:00pm Question-and-Answer Session 10:00am Respiratory Disorders 7:00am Continental Breakfast4:10pm Break/Visit the Exhibits Dr Rhein 7:30-9:00am Concurrent Case Presentations:4:30pm Adolescent Health/Gynecology/ 10:40am Question-and-Answer Session Diagnosis and Management Substance Abuse 10:50am Fetus & Newborn 1st set. Select one. Dr Spaulding-Barclay Dr Shenai O. Infectious Diseases II5:00pm Question-and-Answer Session 11:30am Question-and-Answer Session Dr Hunstad5:10pm Emergency Medicine/Critical 11:40am Buffet Lunch/Visit the Exhibits P. General Pediatrics II Care/Injuries & Poisoning 12:10-1:40pm  oncurrent Case Presentations: C Dr Stallworth Dr Mullett Diagnosis and Management Q. Sports Medicine5:50pm Question-and-Answer Session 3  rd and final set. Select one. Dr Gregory6:00pm Adjourn for the Day Repeat of morning sessions. R. Genetics H.  evelopmental/Behavioral D Dr StolerMaximum CME Credits for Sunday: 9.25 Pediatrics S. Neurology Dr JonesMonday, June 25 Dr Finanger I. Dermatology7:00am Continental Breakfast/ T.  enal & Urologic Disorders/ R Dr Badgett Fluid & Electrolyte Metabolism Visit the Exhibits J.  Adolescent Health/Gynecology/ Dr Onder7:30-9:00am  oncurrent Case Presentations: C Substance Abuse II Diagnosis and Management U. Endocrinology Dr Spaulding-Barclay 2  nd set. Select one. Repeat Dr Hutchison of Sunday 12:50pm sessions. K.  Emergency Medicine/Critical 9:00am Move Break Care/Injuries & Poisoning H.  evelopmental/Behavioral D Dr Mullett 9:15am General Announcements Pediatrics L. Respiratory Disorders 9:20am Infectious Diseases Dr Jones Dr Rhein Dr Hunstad I. Dermatology M. Fetus & Newborn 10:00am Question-and-Answer Session Dr Badgett Dr Shenai 10:10am General Pediatrics J.  Adolescent Health/Gynecology/ Substance Abuse II N. Cardiovascular Disorders Dr Stallworth Dr Spaulding-Barclay Dr Ravekes 10:50am Question-and-Answer Session K.  Emergency Medicine/Critical 1:40pm Move Break 11:00am Endocrinology Care/Injuries & Poisoning 1:55pm Hot Topics Dr Hutchison Dr Mullett 2:05pm Faculty Panel 11:40am Question-and-Answer Session L. Respiratory Disorders 2:35pm Developmental/Behavioral 11:50am Buffet Lunch Dr Rhein Pediatrics 12:20-1:50pm  oncurrent Case Presentations: C M. Fetus & Newborn Dr Jones Diagnosis and Management Dr Shenai 3:15pm Question-and-Answer Session 2  nd set. Select one. Repeat of N. Cardiovascular Disorders morning sessions. 3:25pm Respiratory Disorders Dr Ravekes Dr Rhein O. Infectious Diseases II9:00am Move Break Dr Hunstad 4:05pm Question-and-Answer Session9:15am General Announcements P. General Pediatrics II 4:15pm Break/Visit the Exhibits Dr Stallworth9:20am Cardiovascular Disorders 4:30pm Emergency Medicine/Critical Dr Ravekes Q. Sports Medicine Care/Injuries & Poisoning Dr Gregory Dr Mullett R. Genetics 5:10pm Question-and-Answer Session Dr Stoler 5:20pm Adolescent Health/Gynecology/ S. Neurology Substance Abuse Dr Finanger Dr Spaulding-Barclay T.  enal & Urologic Disorders/ R 5:50pm Question-and-Answer Session Fluid & Electrolyte Metabolism 6:00pm Adjourn for the Day Dr Onder Maximum CME Credits for Monday: 9.0 U. Endocrinology Dr Hutchison The Best Pediatric CME For The Best Pediatric Care 7
  • 8. 1:50pm Move Break Wednesday, June 27 9:00am Move Break 2:05pm Neurology 7:00am Continental Breakfast 9:15am General Announcements Dr Finanger 9:20am Renal & Urologic Disorders/ 7:30-9:00am Concurrent Case Presentations: 2:45pm Question-and-Answer Session Diagnosis and Management Fluid & Electrolyte Metabolism 2:55pm Sports Medicine 3  rd and final set. Select one. Dr Onder Dr Gregory Repeat of Tuesday sessions. 10:00am Question-and-Answer Session 3:25pm Question-and-Answer Session O. Infectious Diseases II 10:10am Neurology Dr Hunstad Dr Finanger 3:35pm Renal & Urologic Disorders/ Fluid & Electrolyte Metabolism P. General Pediatrics II 10:50am Question-and-Answer Session Dr Onder Dr Stallworth 11:00am Genetics 4:15pm Question-and-Answer Session Q. Sports Medicine Dr Stoler 4:25pm Break Dr Gregory 11:40am Question-and-Answer Session 4:40pm Infectious Diseases R. Genetics 11:50am Break Dr Hunstad Dr Stoler 12:05pm Hot Topics 5:20pm Question-and-Answer Session S. Neurology 12:15pm Faculty Panel Dr Finanger 5:30pm General Pediatrics 12:45pm Closing Remarks Dr Stallworth T.  enal & Urologic Disorders/ R Fluid & Electrolyte Metabolism 12:50pm Adjourn 6:00pm Question-and-Answer Session Dr Onder Maximum CME Credits for Wednesday: 4.75 6:10pm Adjourn for the Day U. Endocrinology Maximum AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ Maximum CME Credits for Tuesday: 9:25 Dr Hutchison for Course: 42.0 Endocrinology Infectious Diseases Michele Hutchison, MD, PhD David Hunstad, MD, FAAP Assistant Professor of Pediatrics Assistant Professor of Pediatrics University of Texas Southwestern and Molecular Microbiology Medical Center Washington University Dallas, Texas School of Medicine Fetus & Newborn Infant St. Louis, Missouri Jayant Shenai, MD, FAAP Charles Reece Woods, Jr., MD, Professor of Pediatrics MS, FAAP Vanderbilt University Professor of Pediatrics School of Medicine University of Louisville Nashville, Tennessee Louisville, Kentucky Gastrointestinal Disorders Neurology Phyllis Bishop, MD Erika Finanger, MD, FAAP Professor of Pediatrics Assistant Professor of Pediatrics University of Mississippi Oregon Health Sciences University Medical Center Portland, Oregon Jackson, Mississippi Renal & Urologic Disorders/ General Pediatrics Fluid & Electrolyte Metabolism G. Waldon Garriss III, MD, MS, Ali Mirza Onder, MD FACP, FAAP Associate Professor of Pediatrics Baltimore Faculty Cardiovascular Disorders Assistant Professor of Internal West Virginia University William John Ravekes, MD Medicine and Pediatrics Adolescent Health/Gynecology/ Assistant Professor of Pediatrics School of Medicine Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital Morgantown, West Virginia Substance Abuse Johns Hopkins University Nashville, Tennessee Chris Ohlemeyer, MD School of Medicine Respiratory Disorders Associate Clinical Professor, Baltimore, Maryland James Stallworth, MD, FAAP Lawrence Rhein, MD, FAAP Pediatrics Staff Physician, Habif Dermatology Associate Professor of Pediatrics Director, Center for Healthy Health and Wellness Center Thomas Badgett, MD, PhD, FAAP University of South Carolina Infant Lung Development Washington University in St. Louis Professor Emeritus, Pediatrics School of Medicine Boston Children’s Hospital St. Louis, Missouri Department of Pediatrics Columbia, South Carolina Boston, Massachusetts Michael Spaulding-Barclay, MD, University of Louisville Genetics & Dysmorphology Rheumatology MS, FAAP Louisville, Kentucky Joan M. Stoler, MD, FACMG, FAAP Mara Becker, MD, MSCE, FAAP Assistant Professor of Pediatrics Developmental/Behavioral Pediatrics Assistant Professor of Pediatrics Associate Professor of Pediatrics Children’s Mercy Hospitals Persephone Jones, MD, MPH Harvard Medical School, University of Missouri at Kansas City and Clinics Staff Children’s Hospital Children’s Mercy Hospitals and Clinics University of Missouri, Kansas City Nemours/Alfred I. DuPont Hospital Boston, Massachusetts Kansas City, Missouri School of Medicine for Children Hematology & Oncology Sports Medicine/General Pediatrics Kansas City, Missouri Wilmington, Delaware Melissa J. Frei-Jones, MD, MSCI Andrew Gregory, MD, FACSM, FAAP Allergy & Immunology Emergency Medicine/Critical Care/ Assistant Professor of Pediatrics Assistant Professor of Anne B. Yates, MD Injuries & Poisoning University of Texas Health Orthopedics & Pediatrics Professor of Pediatrics Charles Mullett, MD Science Center Vanderbilt University Medical Center Chief of Division Allergy Associate Professor of Pediatrics San Antonio, Texas Nashville, Tennessee and Immunology Section Chief, Pediatric Critical Care University of Mississippi West Virginia University Medical Center Morgantown, West Virginia Jackson, Mississippi8 Register online at www.pedialink.org/cmefinder or call toll-free, 866/THE-AAP1 (866/843-2271)
  • 9. 1:00-2:30pm C  oncurrent Case Presentations: Sunday, September 16 Diagnosis and Management 1st set. Select one. 7:00am Continental Breakfast/ Register by Visit the Exhibits August 12, A. Gastrointestinal Disorders Dr Kay 7:30-9:00am  oncurrent Case Presentations: C 2012, for early Diagnosis and Management bird rates! B. General Pediatrics I 3  rd and final set. Select one. Dr Perkins Repeat of Saturday sessions. C. Dermatology A. Gastrointestinal Disorders Dr Antaya Dr Kay D. Hematology & Oncology B. General Pediatrics I San Diego, CA Dr Carpenter Dr Perkins E. Infectious Diseases I C. Dermatology September 15-19, 2012 Dr Powell Dr AntayaThe Westin Gaslamp Quarter F.  Adolescent Health/Gynecology/ D. Hematology & Oncology Substance Abuse I Dr Carpenter Dr Trent E. Infectious Diseases I Friday, September 14 G. Rheumatology Dr Powell 5:00-7:00pm Registration/Check in at Dr Curran F.  Adolescent Health/ AAP Registration Desk 2:30pm Move Break Gynecology/Substance Abuse I Saturday, September 15 2:40pm Gastrointestinal Disorders Dr Trent Dr Kay G. Rheumatology 6:45am Registration/Continental 3:20pm Question-and-Answer Session Dr Curran Breakfast/Visit the Exhibits 3:30pm Rheumatology 9:00am Break/Visit the Exhibits 7:20am Welcome/Announcements Dr Curran 9:15am General Announcements 7:30am Gastrointestinal Disorders 4:00pm Question-and-Answer Session 9:20am Faculty Panel Dr Kay 4:10pm Adolescent Health/Gynecology/ 9:50am Infectious Diseases 8:10am Question-and-Answer Session Substance Abuse Dr Powell 8:20am General Pediatrics Dr Trent Dr Perkins 10:30am Question-and-Answer Session 4:40pm Question-and-Answer Session 9:00am Question-and-Answer Session 10:40am Hematology & Oncology 4:50pm Break/Visit the Exhibits Dr Carpenter 9:10am Dermatology 5:10-6:40pm Concurrent Case Presentations: Dr Antaya 11:20am Question-and-Answer Session Diagnosis and Management 9:50am Question-and-Answer Session 2  nd set. Repeat of 1:00pm sessions. 11:30am General Pediatrics Dr Perkins 10:00am Break/Visit the Exhibits A. Gastrointestinal Disorders Dr Kay 12:00pm Question-and-Answer Session 10:20am Hematology & Oncology Dr Carpenter B. General Pediatrics I 12:10pm Hot Topics 10:50am Question-and-Answer Session Dr Perkins 12:20pm Buffet Lunch/Visit the Exhibits 11:00am Infectious Diseases C. Dermatology 12:50-2:20pm  oncurrent Case Presentations: C Dr Antaya Diagnosis and Management Dr Powell 1st set. Select one. 11:40am Question-and-Answer Session D. Hematology & Oncology Dr Carpenter H.  evelopmental/Behavioral D 11:50am Adolescent Health/Gynecology/ Pediatrics Substance Abuse E. Infectious Diseases I Dr Weissman Dr Trent Dr Powell I. Allergy & Immunology 12:20pm Question-and-Answer Session F.  Adolescent Health/ Dr Phillips Gynecology/Substance Abuse I 12:30pm Buffet Lunch/Visit the Exhibits J.  Adolescent Health/Gynecology/ Dr Trent Substance Abuse II G. Rheumatology Dr Sifuentes Dr Curran K.  Emergency Medicine/Critical 6:40pm Adjourn for the Day Care/Injuries & Poisoning Maximum CME Credits for Saturday: 9.75 Dr Wright L. Respiratory Disorders Dr Nevin “ or the general pediatrician there really is no better way to get F M. Fetus & Newborn Dr Shenai a complete review of pediatrics in as short a time as possible” N. Cardiovascular Disorders Dr Clay – David Clutter, MD, FAAP The Best Pediatric CME For The Best Pediatric Care 9
  • 10. 2:20pm Move Break 12:10-1:40pm  oncurrent Case Presentations: C Tuesday, September 18 2:30pm Developmental/Behavioral Diagnosis and Management 3  rd and final set. Select one. 7:00am Continental Breakfast Pediatrics Repeat of morning sessions. 7:30-9:00am Concurrent Case Presentations: Dr Weissman H.  evelopmental/Behavioral D Diagnosis and Management 3:10pm Question-and-Answer Session 1st set. Select one. Pediatrics 3:20pm Allergy & Immunology Dr Weissman O. Infectious Diseases II Dr Phillips Dr Lehman I. Allergy & Immunology 3:50pm Question-and-Answer Session Dr Phillips P. General Pediatrics II 4:00pm Break/Visit the Exhibits J.  Adolescent Health/Gynecology/ Dr Dandekar 4:20pm Adolescent Health/Gynecology/ Substance Abuse II Q. Sports Medicine Substance Abuse Dr Sifuentes Dr Miller Dr Sifuentes K.  Emergency Medicine/Critical R. Genetics 4:50pm Question-and-Answer Session Care/Injuries & Poisoning Dr Picker 5:00pm Emergency Medicine/Critical Dr Wright S. Neurology Care/Injuries & Poisoning L. Respiratory Disorders Dr Jeste Dr Wright Dr Nevin T.  enal & Urologic Disorders/ R 5:40pm Question-and-Answer Session M. Fetus & Newborn Fluid & Electrolyte Metabolism 6:00pm Adjourn for the Day Dr Shenai Dr Mahan Maximum CME Credits for Sunday: 9.25 N. Cardiovascular Disorders U. Endocrinology Dr Clay Dr Rosenthal Monday, September 17 1:40pm Move Break 9:00am Move Break 7:00am Continental Breakfast/ 1:55pm Hot Topics 9:15am General Announcements Visit the Exhibits 2:05pm Faculty Panel 9:20am Infectious Diseases 7:30-9:00am  oncurrent Case Presentations: C 2:35pm Developmental/Behavioral Dr Lehman Diagnosis and Management Pediatrics 10:00am Question-and-Answer Session 2  nd set. Select one. Repeat Dr Weissman 10:10am General Pediatrics of Sunday 12:50pm sessions. 3:15pm Question-and-Answer Session Dr Dandekar H.  evelopmental/Behavioral D 3:25pm Respiratory Disorders 10:50am Question-and-Answer Session Pediatrics Dr Nevin 11:00am Endocrinology Dr Weissman 4:05pm Question-and-Answer Session Dr Rosenthal I. Allergy & Immunology Dr Phillips 4:15pm Break/Visit the Exhibits 11:40am Question-and-Answer Session J.  Adolescent Health/Gynecology/ 4:30pm Emergency Medicine/Critical 11:50am Buffet Lunch Substance Abuse II Care/Injuries & Poisoning 12:20-1:50pm Concurrent Case Presentations: Dr Sifuentes Dr Wright Diagnosis and Management K.  Emergency Medicine/Critical 5:10pm Question-and-Answer Session 2  nd set. Select one. Repeat of Care/Injuries & Poisoning 5:20pm Adolescent Health/Gynecology/ morning sessions. Dr Wright Substance Abuse O. Infectious Diseases II L. Respiratory Disorders Dr Sifuentes Dr Lehman Dr Nevin 5:50pm Question-and-Answer session P. General Pediatrics II M. Fetus & Newborn 6:00pm Adjourn for the Day Dr Dandekar Dr Shenai Maximum CME Credits for Monday: 9.0 Q. Sports Medicine N. Cardiovascular Disorders Dr Miller Dr Clay R. Genetics 9:00am Move Break Dr Picker 9:15am General Announcements S. Neurology Dr Jeste 9:20am Cardiovascular Disorders Dr Clay T.  enal & Urologic Disorders/ R Fluid & Electrolyte Metabolism 9:50am Question-and-Answer Session Dr Mahan 10:00am Respiratory Disorders U. Endocrinology Dr Nevin Dr Rosenthal 10:40am Question-and-Answer Session 1:50pm Move Break 10:50am Fetus & Newborn 2:05pm Neurology Dr Shenai Dr Jeste 11:30am Question-and-Answer Session 2:45pm Question-and-Answer Session 11:40am Buffet Lunch/Visit the Exhibits10 Register online at www.pedialink.org/cmefinder or call toll-free, 866/THE-AAP1 (866/843-2271)
  • 11. 2:55pm Sports Medicine Wednesday, September 19 9:00am Move Break Dr Miller 9:15am General Announcements 7:00am Continental Breakfast/3:25pm Question-and-Answer Session Visit the Exhibits 9:20am Renal & Urologic Disorders/3:35pm Renal & Urologic Disorders/ 7:30-9:00am Concurrent Case Presentations: Fluid & Electrolyte Metabolism Fluid & Electrolyte Metabolism Diagnosis and Management Dr Mahan Dr Mahan 3  rd and final set. Select one. 10:00am Question-and-Answer Session4:15pm Question-and-Answer Session Repeat of Tuesday sessions. 10:10am Neurology4:25pm Break O. Infectious Diseases II Dr Jeste Dr Lehman4:40pm Infectious Diseases 10:50am Question-and-Answer Session Dr Lehman P. General Pediatrics II 11:00am Genetics Dr Dandekar5:20pm Question-and-Answer Session Dr Picker Q. Sports Medicine5:30pm General Pediatrics 11:40am Question-and-Answer Session Dr Miller Dr Dandekar 11:50am Break R. Genetics6:00pm Question-and-Answer Session 12:05pm Hot Topic Dr Picker6:10pm Adjourn for the Day 12:15pm Faculty Panel S. NeurologyMaximum CME Credits for Tuesday: 9.25 Dr Jeste 12:45pm Closing Remarks T.  enal & Urologic Disorders/ R 12:50pm Adjourn Fluid & Electrolyte Metabolism Maximum CME Credits for Wednesday: 4.75 Dr Mahan Maximum AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ U. Endocrinology for Course: 42.0 Dr Rosenthal Endocrinology Infectious Diseases Stephen Rosenthal, MD Deborah Lehman, MD, FAAP Professor of Pediatrics Professor of Pediatrics Associate Program Director, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA Pediatric Endocrinology Associate Director, Pediatric Director, Pediatric Endocrine Infectious Diseases Outpatient Services Cedars-Sinai Medical Center University of California San Francisco Los Angeles, California San Francisco, California Dwight Powell, MD, FAAP Fetus & Newborn Infant Emeritus Professor of Pediatrics Jayant Shenai, MD, FAAP Ohio State University College of Medicine Professor of Pediatrics and Nationwide Children’s Hospital Vanderbilt University Columbus, Ohio School of Medicine Nashville, Tennessee Neurology Shafali Spurling Jeste, MD Gastrointestinal Disorders Assistant Professor in Psychiatry Marsha Kay, MD, FAAP and Neurology Professor of Pediatrics UCLA Center for Autism Research Director of Pediatric Endoscopy, and Treatment Department of Pediatric Los Angeles, California Gastroenterology and Nutrition Cleveland Clinic Foundation Renal & Urologic Disorders/San Diego Faculty Dermatology Cleveland, Ohio Fluid & Electrolyte Metabolism Richard Antaya, MD, FAAD, FAAP John Mahan, MD, FAAPAdolescent Health/Gynecology/ Associate Professor of General Pediatrics Professor of Pediatric Nephrology,Substance Abuse Dermatology and Pediatrics Abhay Dandekar, MD, FAAP Vice Chairman for PediatricsMonica Sifuentes, MD, FAAP Yale University School of Medicine Director, Pediatric Residency Ohio State University College of MedicineProfessor of Pediatrics New Haven, Connecticut Training Program Columbus, OhioDavid Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA Developmental/Behavioral Pediatrics Kaiser Permanente Medical CenterHarbor-UCLA Medical Center Oakland, California Respiratory Disorders Laura Weissman, MD, FAAP Mary Nevin, MD, FAAPTorrance, California Instructor in Pediatrics Kate Perkins, MD, PhD Assistant Professor of PediatricsMaria Trent, MD, MPH, FSAM, FAAP Harvard Medical School Professor of Pediatrics Northwestern FeinbergAssociate Professor of Pediatrics Children’s Hospital Boston David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA School of MedicineJohns Hopkins School of Medicine Boston, Massachusetts Los Angeles, California Chicago, IllinoisBaltimore, Maryland Emergency Medicine/Critical Care/ Genetics & Dysmorphology RheumatologyAllergy & Immunology Injuries & Poisoning Jonathan Picker, MB, ChB, PhD Megan Curran, MD, FAAPJoshua F. Phillips, MD Melvin Wright, DO, FAAP Clinical Geneticist Assistant Professor of PediatricsStaff Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Childrens Hospital Boston Northwestern UniversityMississippi Asthma Critical Care, and Director of Boston, Massachusetts Feinberg School of Medicine and Allergy Clinic, P.A. Pediatric Simulation Education Children’s Memorial HospitalJackson, Mississippi and Training Hematology & Oncology Shannon Carpenter, MD, MS, FAAP Chicago, Illinois West Virginia UniversityCardiovascular Disorders School of Medicine Associate Professor of Pediatrics Sports Medicine/General PediatricsMark A. Clay, MD Morgantown, West Virginia University of Missouri Kansas City Shane Miller, MDAssistant Professor of Pediatrics Kansas City, Missouri Assistant Professor of OrthopaedicsUniversity of Texas Southwestern and Pediatrics Medical Center University of Texas SouthwesternChildren’s Medical Center of Dallas Medical Center and Children’sDallas, Texas Medical Center of Dallas Dallas, Texas The Best Pediatric CME For The Best Pediatric Care 11
  • 12. Hotel and Travel Transportation New Orleans, Louisiana Parking: Onsite valet parking is available for a fee. Numerous self-park options are available nearby for a fee. InterContinental New Orleans 444 St. Charles Avenue “The Big Easy” beckons, but if your time is limited, here are just a few “must- New Orleans, Louisiana 70130 see’s” that are sure to whet your appetite to return. New Orleans is one of the www.new-orleans.intercontinental.com most lively cities in America. The French Quarter area offers many entertainment Direct Phone Number: 504/525-5566 options, music venues, and dining experiences. The Court of the Two Sisters, Toll-free Phone Number: 800/424-6835 a longstanding N’awlins institution, is famous for both its leisurely Sunday Guest Fax Number: 504/523-7310 champagne brunches and the Dixieland, blues, and jazz musical talent it rotates through its main dining room and outdoor courtyard during the course of a meal. Special group rates beginning at $179 per night, plus tax, for single or double One of the many things that New Orleans is famous for are the square, powdered occupancy, have been negotiated at the InterContinental New Orleans. These rates sugar doughnuts called “beignets,” and the Café Du Monde is where to find them. represent substantial savings from published rates. The cutoff date for reservations at The cafe dates back to the 1860’s and is the perfect spot for an evening cup the group rate is February 17, 2012. Call the hotel directly to make your reservations. of chicory coffee and relaxation after a long day of learning. Are you bringing A limited number of guest rooms have been reserved, and they are assigned the kids with you? There’s plenty for them to do, too. They’ll enjoy everything based on availability (first-come, first-served). Please be aware that the room from up-close encounters with alligators in the swamps to watching acrobatic block may be filled prior to February 17, 2012; in such a case, neither the entertainers in the streets. On a sunny day, visit the Audubon Zoo to see hundreds group rate nor guest room availability can be guaranteed. The AAP, therefore, of different types of wildlife. If it’s rainy, enjoy the magnificent creatures in the recommends that you make your reservations as early as possible. Aquarium of the Americas, which houses 15,000 sea life creatures, representing nearly 600 species. To learn more about the area, go to www.neworleansonline.com. Ground Transportation: For information on shuttle service from the Louis Armstrong International Airport, contact Airport Shuttle Inc. at 866/596-2699 or www.airportshuttleneworleans.com. Taxi service is also available. Baltimore, Maryland Parking: On site self-parking and valet parking are available. Hyatt Regency Baltimore The beguiling smell of barbecue wafting from Oriole Park; the subtle taste of 300 Light Street on the Inner Harbor sugar drifting across the harbor from the Domino sugar plant; the contagious Baltimore, Maryland 21202 roar of laughter of the crowd watching a street performer; the mouth-watering www.baltimore.hyatt.com anticipation of a good meal – when in Baltimore, it’s a feast for the senses! The Direct Phone Number: 410/528-1234 most enchanting of all senses, of course, is taste – and you’ll never want for a Toll-free Phone Number: 800-233-1234 good meal in Baltimore. The city has a cornucopia of restaurants, brew houses, Guest Fax Number: 410/685-3362 neighborhood pubs, bistros, cafes, tea rooms, and eateries that offer savory taste options from around the world. Baltimore’s famous Inner Harbor and the Special group rates beginning at $179 per night, plus tax, for single or double surrounding neighborhoods offer a variety of fine dining, cultural experiences, and occupancy, have been negotiated at the Hyatt Regency Baltimore. These rates exciting nightlife. Baseball fans will want to see Oriole Park at Camden Yards, the represent substantial savings from published rates. The cutoff date for reservations beautiful baseball-only facility in downtown Baltimore, which has been the home at the group rate is May 23, 2012. Call the hotel directly to make your reservations. of the Orioles since 1992. Only 12 minutes west by foot from the Inner Harbor, A limited number of guest rooms have been reserved, and they are assigned Oriole Park is state-of-the-art, yet unique and traditional in design. It has many based on availability (first-come, first-served). Please be aware that the room features that are reminiscent of the old-time ballparks of the early 1900s, like block may be filled prior to May 23, 2012; in such a case, neither the group rate Boston’s Fenway Park and Chicago’s Wrigley Field. And you’ll want to visit historic nor guest room availability can be guaranteed. The AAP, therefore, recommends Fort McHenry, which defended Baltimore during the War of 1812 and was the that you make your reservations as early as possible. inspiration for America’s national anthem. For more information about the area, visit www.baltimore.org. Ground Transportation: For information on shuttle service from the Baltimore/ Washington International Airport, contact Super Shuttle 800/BLUE VAN or 800/258-3826 Taxi service is also available. San Diego, California Parking: Valet parking available for a charge with in and out privileges. The Westin Gaslamp Quarter California’s second-largest city and the United States’ eighth-largest, San Diego 910 Broadway Circle is famous for its year-round Mediterranean climate, 70 miles of pristine beaches, San Diego, California 92101 and a dazzling array of world-class family attractions. Tourist favorites include www.westin.com/gaslampquarter the San Diego Zoo and San Diego Zoo Safari Park, Sea World San Diego, and – Direct Phone Number: 619/239-2200 especially for the youngsters – LEGOLAND California, a vibrant interactive Toll-free Phone Number: 800/WESTIN-1 experience featuring kid-powered rides. Downtown San Diego and the lively Guest Fax Number: 619/239-0509 Gaslamp Quarter are just three miles from the airport, allowing you to move from jet-lagged to jet-setting in one quick taxi trip. From suave steakhouses to eclectic Special group rates beginning at $179 per night, plus tax, for single or double ethnic fare, dinner clubs, and sultry jazz bars, over 100 restaurants intermingled occupancy, have been negotiated at The Westin Gaslamp Quarter. These rates with dance and drink are all located within blocks of each other. For families, represent substantial savings from published rates. The cutoff date for reservations Balboa Park is one of the largest cultural complexes west of the Mississippi. at the group rate is August 15, 2012. Call the hotel directly to make your reservations. Its lush 1,200 acres are home to 15 museums, numerous art galleries, beautiful A limited number of guest rooms have been reserved, and they are assigned gardens, and the Tony Award-winning The Globe Theatres. San Diego County based on availability (first-come, first-served). Please be aware that the room also features 92 golf courses and a variety of exciting participatory and spectator block may be filled prior to August 15, 2012; in such a case, neither the group rate sports, beachfront resorts and luxury spas, gaming, multicultural festivals and nor guest room availability can be guaranteed. The AAP, therefore, recommends celebrations, colorful neighborhoods and communities, and a rich military that you make your reservations as early as possible. history. For more information about the area, visit www.sandiego.org. Ground Transportation: For information on shuttle service from the San Diego International Airport, contact (Cloud 9 Super Shuttle or Super Shuttle San Diego 800/974-8885). Taxi service is also available.12 Register online at www.pedialink.org/cmefinder or call toll-free, 866/THE-AAP1 (866/843-2271)
  • 13. 2012 registration FORM Register using one of the following options: Mail this form with payment to: Online at: www.pedialink.org/cmefinder American Academy of Pediatrics/Registration 2862 Eagle Way • Chicago, Illinois 60678-1028 Call toll-free: 8 66/THE-AAP1 (866/843-2271)  Outside the United States and Canada, Fax this form to: 847/228-5059 or 847/228-0604 call 847/434-4000, option 3Please check one: q  ew Orleans, Louisiana N q Baltimore, Maryland  q San Diego, California  March 17-21, 2012 June 23-27, 2012 September 15-19, 2012PLEASE SEE REVERSE SIDE OF FORM TO CHOOSE CONCURRENT CASE PRESENTATIONS.Please type or print.Name First Last (Surname) MD, DO, Other (Specify)AddressCity/State/ProvinceZip Code/Postal Code/CountryDaytime Phone Fax NumberEmail Address AAP ID #Required to receive pre-/post-course self-assessment questionsemergency contact name/phonePlease indicate any special needs (eg: dietary restrictions, physical ­disabilities). Register at least 30 days in advance of each course Your registration will be confirmed. Please contact the AAP Registration Area if and receive a discount on your registration. you do not receive a confirmation within 7 days. The AAP cannot be responsible for expenses incurred by an individual who is not confirmed and for whom space is not available at this course. Costs incurred, such as airline or hotelRegistration Fees (U.S. Currency) Discounted Rate Full Rate penalties, are the responsibility of the individual. The AAP reserves the right to■  AP Fellows/International Members/ A cancel a course due to unforeseen circumstances or to limit enrollments, should Candidate Members . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,450 . . . . . . . . $1,550 attendance exceed capacity.■ AAP Resident Members . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,085 . . . . . . . . $1,085 Full payment must accompany this form. Charge it:■ Nonmember Pediatricians . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,800 . . . . . . . . $1,900■ Family Physicians . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,800 . . . . . . . . $1,900 ■ ■ ■ ■■ Nonmember Residents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,670 . . . . . . . . $1,670■ Registered Nurses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,230 . . . . . . . . $1,330 Card Number Expiration Date■ Pediatric Nurse Practitioners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,230 . . . . . . . . $1,330■ Physician Assistants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,230 . . . . . . . . $1,330 Print Name as it Appears on Card(Fees subject to change without notice.) Or checks may be made payable to the American Academy of Pediatrics. ■ Sign me up for the CME Listserv to receive information on upcoming AAP CME activities______________________________ Check Number (U.S. Registrants only) Amount email address Please do not send currency. The Best Pediatric CME For The Best Pediatric Care 13
  • 14. 2012 Registration Form, cont. CONCURRENT CASE PRESENTATIONS: Diagnosis and Management New Orleans Baltimore San Diego Topics on Saturday and Sunday am Topics on Saturday and Sunday am Topics on Saturday and Sunday am A. Gastrointestinal Disorders A. Gastrointestinal Disorders A. Gastrointestinal Disorders B. General Pediatrics I* B. General Pediatrics I* B. General Pediatrics I* C. Allergy and Immunology C. Allergy & Immunology C. Dermatology D. Hematology & Oncology D. Hematology & Oncology D. Hematology & Oncology E. Infectious Diseases I* E. Infectious Diseases I* E. Infectious Diseases I* F. A  dolescent Health/Gynecology/ F. A  dolescent Health/Gynecology/ F. A  dolescent Health/Gynecology/ Substance Abuse I* Substance Abuse I* Substance Abuse I* G. Rheumatology G. Rheumatology G. Rheumatology Fill in the case presentation letter below Fill in the case presentation letter below Fill in the case presentation letter below (A, B, C, etc.) (A, B, C, etc.) (A, B, C, etc.) Saturday Saturday Sunday Alternate Saturday Saturday Sunday Alternate Saturday Saturday Sunday Alternate 12:50-2:20pm 5:00-6:30pm 7:30-9:00am 12:50-2:20pm 5:00-6:30pm 7:30-9:00am 1:00-2:30pm 5:10-6:40pm 7:30-9:00am Topics on Sunday pm and Monday Topics on Sunday pm and Monday Topics on Sunday pm and Monday H. Developmental/Behavioral Pediatrics H. Developmental/Behavioral Pediatrics H. Developmental/Behavioral Pediatrics I. Dermatology I. Dermatology I. Allergy & Immunology J.  dolescent Health/Gynecology/ A J.  dolescent Health/Gynecology/ A J.  dolescent Health/Gynecology/ A Substance Abuse II* Substance Abuse II* Substance Abuse II* K.  mergency Medicine/Critical Care/ E K.  mergency Medicine/Critical Care/ E K.  mergency Medicine/Critical Care/ E Injuries & Poisoning Injuries & Poisoning Injuries & Poisoning L. Respiratory Disorders L. Respiratory Disorders L. Respiratory Disorders M. Fetus & Newborn M. Fetus & Newborn M. Fetus & Newborn N. Cardiovascular Disorders N. Cardiovascular Disorders N. Cardiovascular Disorders Fill in the case presentation letter below Fill in the case presentation letter below Fill in the case presentation letter below (H, I, J, etc.) (H, I, J, etc.) (H, I, J, etc.) Sunday Monday Monday Alternate Sunday Monday Monday Alternate Sunday Monday Monday Alternate 12:50-2:20pm 7:30-9:00am 12:10-1:40pm 12:50-2:20pm 7:30-9:00am 12:10-1:40pm 12:50-2:20pm 7:30-9:00am 12:10-1:40pm Topics on Tuesday and Wednesday Topics on Tuesday and Wednesday Topics on Tuesday and Wednesday O. Infectious Diseases II* O. Infectious Diseases II* O. Infectious Diseases II* P. General Pediatrics II* P. General Pediatrics II* P. General Pediatrics II* Q. Sports Medicine Q. Sports Medicine Q. Sports Medicine R. Genetics R. Genetics R. Genetics S. Neurology S. Neurology S. Neurology T. R  enal & Urologic Disorders/ T. R  enal & Urologic Disorders/ T. R  enal & Urologic Disorders/ Fluid & Electrolyte Metabolism Fluid & Electrolyte Metabolism Fluid & Electrolyte Metabolism U. Endocrinology U. Endocrinology U. Endocrinology Fill in the case presentation letter below Fill in the case presentation letter below Fill in the case presentation letter below (O, P, Q, etc.) (O, P, Q, etc.) (O, P, Q, etc.) Tuesday Tuesday Wednesday Alternate Tuesday Tuesday Wednesday Alternate Tuesday Tuesday Wednesday Alternate 7:30-9:00am 12:20-1:50pm 7:30-9:00am 7:30-9:00am 12:20-1:50pm 7:30-9:00am 7:30-9:00am 12:20-1:50pm 7:30-9:00am *It is not necessary to attend session I before session II.14 Register online at www.pedialink.org/cmefinder or call toll-free, 866/THE-AAP1 (866/843-2271)
  • 15. general information Registration Unable to Attend? Using your VISA, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover, fax your While nothing replaces the experience of being at PREP® The Course, registration to 847/228-5059 or 847/228-0604, or call toll-free, 800/433-9016, not everyone can attend in person. If you can’t be there, you may order option 3. Outside the United States and Canada, call 847/434-4000, option 3. an MP3 CD-ROM package of the lectures and the concurrent sessions recorded at the New Orleans course. To order an MP3 CD-ROM package, Please have your credit card and educational track selection ready please call Digital Conference Providers at 630/963-8311 for pricing and prior to calling. If your membership status has changed or lapsed, the shipping information. The syllabus also will be available for purchase registration staff will charge the appropriate fees accordingly. Lodging after each course. To order your syllabus, please call the AAP at and meals, other than specified, are not included in the registration fee. 800/433-9016, option 3. Educational sessions, food, and beverages provided during the course are intended for registered attendees only. Air Transportation Comprehensive Course Syllabus The AAP offers negotiated discounted airfares to its CME courses. Please call the AAP Travel Office for details at 888/227-1772. AAP members can As part of your registration, you will receive course materials containing book their arrangements online through RES-X, the official Internet booking useful information that supports and augments the educational sessions. engine for the AAP Travel Office. Log in to the Member Center of the AAP This comprehensive syllabus is designed to be a valuable take-home Web site (www.aap.org/moc). The RES-X icon is located under the AAP reference tool. You will receive your syllabus on site. Travel Office site or you can access RES-X directly at www.resx.com. Special Needs Company: AAP The AAP is sensitive to the special needs of its attendees. Please indicate Member ID: AAP USER (Use for first time only.) any accommodations you may need on your registration form. Scooter Password: Leave blank and bypass the first time. Click GO. and wheelchair rentals are available by contacting ScootAround, Inc, Car Rental Discounts toll-free at 888/441-7575, by email at info@scootaround.com, through their Web site at www.scootaround.com, or by fax at 204/478-1172. The AAP Travel Office is offering CME course attendees a reduced car rental rate through Hertz and Avis. Please ask your AAP Travel Cancellations Agent for details or contact Hertz at 800/654-2240 or www.hertz.com Cancellations must be received two weeks prior to the start of a course and use code CV#01570016 or Avis at 800/331-1600 or www.avis.com to receive a refund. An administrative charge of $50 will be deducted. and use code A628999. Schedule and Faculty Changes: Faculty and schedule information included in this catalogue is accurate as of September 2011. Faculty and schedules are subject to change to accommodate emergent situations. Disclosure of Financial Relationships and Resolution of Conflicts of Interest: The AAP Policy on Disclosure of Financial Relationships and Resolution of Conflicts of Interest is designed to ensure quality, objective, balanced, and scientifically rigorous AAP CME activities. All individuals in a position to influence and/or control the content of AAP CME activities are required to disclose to the AAP and subsequently to learners that they either have no relevant financial relationships or any financial relationships with the manufacturer(s) of any commercial product(s) and/or provider(s) of commercial services discussed in CME activities. All potential conflicts of interest are identified and resolved prior to an individual’s confirmation of service at an AAP CME activity. Beyond disclosure of financial relationships, AAP CME faculty are required to disclose to the AAP and to learners when they plan to discuss or demonstrate pharmaceuticals and/or medical devices and/or medical or surgical procedures that involve “off-label” use of a device or pharmaceutical. The AAP is committed to providing learners with commercially unbiased CME activities. The content of this CME activity does not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the AAP.2012 AAP January February March April May June H AM:PREP® H Uniformed Services l Practical Pediatrics An Intensive Review Pediatric Seminar CME Course of Adolescent (USPS) Hilton Head Island, Medicine Seattle, WashingtonCME Schedule South Carolina Orlando, Florida March 10-13 May 24-26 l Practical Pediatrics February 8-11 v PREP® The Course l Practical Pediatrics CME Course l Practical Pediatrics New Orleans, Louisiana CME Course Steamboat Springs, CME Course March 17-21 l Practical Pediatrics New York, New York Colorado Cancun, Mexico CME Course May 25-27 January 19-22 l Practical Pediatrics San Francisco,l  ractical Pediatrics CME Courses P February 17-19 CME Course California Designed for pediatricians, family physicians, nurses, nurse H NeoPREP® Orlando, Florida practitioners, physician assistants, and allied health professionals April 20-22 An Intensive Review March 23-25 caring for children, Practical Pediatrics CME Courses feature of Neonatal- H Pediatric Academic v PREP® The Course nationally prominent faculty presenting topics that highlight current Perinatal Medicine Workshop on Perinatal H  Societies’ Annual Practice Strategies Baltimore, Maryland issues in pediatrics. New Orleans, Meeting June 23-27 Louisiana Scottsdale, Arizona Boston, Massachusetts PREP® The Coursev  January 21-27 March 30-April 1 April 28-May 1 An intensive review and update of pediatrics and a unique component of the American Academy of Pediatrics overall educational program. While the course content is based on the content specifications issued by the American Board of Pediatrics July August September October November december (ABP) for Maintenance of Certification™ (MOC), the course also features case-based sessions, hot topics and visual diagnosis There are currently v PREP® The Course l Practical Pediatrics components related to the latest information on clinical practice. no AAP CME activities San Diego, California CME Course scheduled this month. September 15-19 Marco Island, FloridaH Subspecialty/Section CME Courses  Visit www.pedialink. November 9-11 Appropriate for the pediatric subspecialist or the general org/cmefinder to start pediatrician with a particular interest in the topic. planning your AAP H DB:PREP® s AAP Experience An Intensive Review CME for 2013. (National Conferences  AP Experience www.AAPexperieNCE.org A of Developmental- The AAP National Conference & Exhibition (AAP Experience) & Exhibition) Behavioral Pediatrics H PREP®:EM New Orleans, Louisiana features educational sessions in over 60 topic areas to suit a An Intensive Phoenix, Arizona variety of learning styles. Home to the largest pediatric technical October 20-23 November 28- Review of Pediatric exhibit, NCE showcases the latest pediatric products and services, Emergency Medicine PEDS 21 December 2 as well as AAP educational and professional resources and Pre-conference Course l Practical Pediatrics Denver, Colorado CME Course programs. The NCE also provides countless premier social events, August 4-8 Starting Early – networking opportunities, and tourism packages for attendees Preventing Pediatric Chicago, Illinois and their families. The NCE also provides countless premier l Practical Pediatrics Health Disparities December 7-9 social events, networking opportunities, and tourism packages for CME Course October 19 attendees and their families. Las Vegas, Nevada August 31-September 2 The Best Pediatric CME For The Best Pediatric Care 15
  • 16. Non Profit Org U.S. Postage PAID Permit #721 141 Northwest Point Blvd. Carol Stream, IL Elk Grove Village, IL 60007-1098 2012 The Best Pediatric CME For The BestAn Intensive Review andU p dat e o f P e d iat ri c s Pediatric Care New Orleans, Louisiana March 17-21 San Diego, California September 15-19 Baltimore, Maryland June 23-27 Register online at www.pedialink.org/cmefinder or call toll-free, 866/THE-AAP1 (866/843-2271)