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  1. 1. Pediatric Hospital Medicine 2010: Innovation from Bedside to Board Room Sponsored by the AAP Section on Hospital Medicine (SOHM), the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), the Academic Pediatric Association (APA), and the Society of Hospital Medicine (SHM) Register online at http://PHM2010.aap.org or Earn a Maximum of 19.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ www.pedialink.org/cmefinder or call toll-free, 866/THE-AAP1 (866/843-2271) Minneapolis, Minnesota Hyatt Regency Minneapolis July 22-25, 2010
  2. 2. Pediatric Hospital Medicine (PHM) 2010 What is PHM 2010: • Identify opportunities and describe mechanisms to conduct, Innovation from Bedside to Board Room? complete, and present pediatric inpatient research PHM 2010 is the largest meeting of Pediatric Hospitalists • Connect with colleagues in the field for clinical, career, of the year. It marks the 5th annual gathering and is and research support and mentorship sponsored by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), • Advocate for and influence the evolution of Pediatric the AAP Section on Hospital Medicine (SOHM) , the Hospital Medicine Academic Pediatric Association (APA), and the Society of Hospital Medicine (SHM). Content This year’s theme of innovation speaks to the role that The course will provide in-depth review and challenge both Pediatric Hospitalists play in pediatric care, every day and in the junior and senior participant in the areas of clinical the future, changing how care is provided to children through practice, medical education, conducting research, and work done in patient rooms, conference rooms, and beyond. practice management. Structured time for networking and meeting with leaders in the field is provided. Sessions will Goal of the Activity be devoted to presenting the latest research in hospital Pediatric Hospitalists provide leadership in the care of medicine. A significant amount of time will be spent in pediatric patients throughout the hospital. This includes both small and large groups. significant roles in clinical medicine and medical education as well as roles in quality, research, hospital leadership, Acknowledgments and business practice. The goal of PHM 2010 is to increase/ The American Academy of Pediatrics gratefully acknowledges enhance the participants’ knowledge and competence support for PHM 2010 in the form of educational grants from: in the areas of clinical medicine, practice management, education, quality, and research. Innovation in practice will be emphasized. The knowledge acquired will help individual hospitalists improve their practice and will also promote the necessary skills required to move the field of hospital Continuing Medical Education Credit medicine forward. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) is accredited 2 by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical You should attend PHM 2010 if you are a: Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education • Pediatric Hospitalist for physicians. • Pediatric Department Chair • Pediatric Teaching Program Director The AAP designates this educational activity for a maximum • Director of a General Pediatric Division of 19.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should • General Academic Pediatrician only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their • Pediatric Resident participation in the activity. • Pediatric Nurse Practitioner This activity is acceptable for a maximum of 19.0 AAP • Pediatric Physician Assistant credits. These credits can be applied toward the AAP • Physician who participates in the medical CME/CPD Award available to Fellows and Candidate care of hospitalized children Members of the AAP. Upon completion of this educational activity, The American Academy of Physician Assistants accepts AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ from organizations accredited you should be able to: by the ACCME. • Update practice in clinical areas related to infectious disease, encephalopathy, newborn care, resuscitation, Application for CME credit has been filed with the American use of advanced diagnostic tools, and other hot topics Academy of Family Physicians. Determination of credit is pending. • Apply knowledge gained to implement advances in practice management and hospital systems to benefit This program is approved for 19.0 NAPNAP contact hours of your patients, hospital, and practice group, with specific which 0.0 contain pharmacology (Rx) content per the National attention to billing and coding, program leadership, Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners Continuing and quality initiatives Education Guidelines. • Implement new methods for teaching Pediatric Hospital Medicine to physician and non-physician trainees and beyond
  3. 3. Special Features What’s New for 2010? First-time attendee? If you have attended this conference before, you will find We recommend that you try to hit at least three different many new and innovative features at PHM 2010: tracks during your time here (or maybe all five!). For a • An exciting, interactive Opening Session: Hospital community hospitalist, the right combination might be Medicine Conundrums. Four conundrums will be Clinical, Quality and Practice Management. For a junior faculty presented by experts for the audience to unravel with hospitalist, the Research, Quality and Education tracks might the assistance of an Audience Response System. be a good fit. Good pre-requisite sessions for a hospitalist Not to be missed! include anything labeled 101 (Billing and Coding, Quality, Research), but for the rest of your time, see what sparks • Challenging sessions for Advanced Learners, featuring your interest! Look for the first-time attendee icon: outside experts who have been paired with hospitalists to present content at a higher level. Ready to take your learning to the next level? • A Sunday Plenary Session focused on hospitalists If you are thinking about extending your expertise in getting involved with global/international health Quality, be sure to sign up for QI 201: Masters Cohort initiatives. (A6, B6, F6 and G6). In this intensive series spread out • More hands-on, interactive Workshops, with several over two days, you will take the basics you already know, offerings designed as extra-long sessions to allow and apply them to your real-life needs in practice. Learners for added depth. will be asked to complete some pre-assignments and bring to PHM 2010 a proposed improvement initiative important • New Track Content in the areas of Clinical, to their organization. Quality/Safety, and Practice Management/Leadership, as well as the debut of more specialized tracks in Looking at your Leadership skills and want to know how Education and Research. to advocate for your group, or how to run a meeting without feeling defeated? The groundwork lectures are still here, • Key concepts in Quality, Safety, and Billing integrated but we have added some new sessions taught by faculty throughout the clinical sessions. with recognized expertise. Attend Growing Your Program • An expanded and enhanced Top Articles in Pediatric (A3) and Growing Your Faculty (B3), and don’t miss Hospital Medicine. This luncheon presentation on The Building and Shepherding of Effective Teams Saturday will feature a distinguished team of experts 3 (F3, G4). Look for the advanced learning icon: helping to select and analyze the best articles. Want to be a better educator? Keynote Address Check out the Education track! Whether it’s a ‘problem George W. Buckley, Chairman, learner’ or ‘education in the community hospital setting,’ President and Chief Executive we have you covered. And whatever you do, don’t miss Officer, 3M will discuss the increasing A High-Fidelity Human Patient Simulation Program importance of innovation – especially for Pediatric Hospitalists (A4, B4). during these challenging times – and how Looking towards a career in research or perhaps a commitment to innovation can lead to both organizational just a little bit of guidance so you can publish and personal success. A tireless advocate of the spirit of now and again? innovation, he will draw on his work and personal experiences to bring innovation to life for Pediatric Hospitalists. You should be on the Research track, including Abstract Writing/Reviewing for Scientific Meetings (C4), and you are sure to be inspired by the Research Breakouts Educational Tracks on Saturday. The needs of Pediatric Hospitalists are broad in scope, and in response, the content of PHM 2010 is, too! Here you will find Interested in gaining insights from a leader in sessions divided among five tracks: Pediatric Hospital Medicine? Clinical Attend the annual Mentorship Breakfast on Saturday morning Education and we will place you in a small group with an experienced Pediatric Hospitalist. Selected group topics include: work/life Practice Management/Leadership balance, effective teaching, fellowship, and general career Quality/Safety guidance. To apply for a mentor and small group, please visit Research http://PHM2010.aap.org. Tracks have been designed to support those new to the field, For more information, contact Corey Lachman, MD, as well as more advanced learners. at clach79@gmail.com.
  4. 4. Schedule Looking for an additional learning opportunity? 9:30-10:40am Concurrent Sessions – Group A Register for the Pediatric Fundamental Critical Care Support (PFCCS) Course, July 21-22, 2010, immediately preceding A1. Approach to the Encephalopathic Child PHM 2010 at the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis. Joseph E. Sullivan, MD Sponsored by the Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM), A2. Pain Management in Children: The PFCCS is a comprehensive program designed for healthcare Concept of Broad-Band Analgesia providers who do not routinely care for unstable, critically Stefan J. Friedrichsdorf, MD ill or injured pediatric patients. The two-day course utilizes didactic sessions along with skill stations and scenario- A3. Growing Your Program driven discussions to prepare practitioners to deal with acute Michael D. Bryant, MD, MBA deterioration in the critically ill infant or child. Completion of A4. A High Fidelity Human Patient this course is one step toward becoming a PFCCS instructor. Simulation Program for Pediatric For more information about PFCCS, or to register, visit Hospitalists (continued as B4) www.sccm.org, or contact SCCM Customer Service at Leader: Suzette Cooke, BEd, MSc, 847/827-6088 or email info@sccm.org. MD, FRCPC A5. QI 101: Quality Improvement in the Thursday, July 22 Hospital Setting: What do I Need to Know and How do I do it? (session 1 of 2) (continued as B5) 1:30pm Registration Desk Opens Stephen E. Muething, MD, FAAP 3:30-3:45pm Welcome and Announcements Jayne M. Stuart, MPH Paul D. Hain, MD, FAAP 3:45-5:00pm Hospital Medicine Conundrums A6. QI 201: Masters Cohort (session 1 of 4) Our most popular session from years past (pre-work required – continued as B6) is back – with a twist – for this opening Stephen E. Muething, MD, FAAP session! Four conundrums will be presented Jayne M. Stuart, MPH 4 by experts for the audience to unravel with 10:40-11:05am Move Break assistance of an Audience Response System. Be sure to arrive in time for this Thursday 11:05am- session, and put on your thinking cap! 12:15pm Concurrent Sessions – Group B Case 1 – Lisa B. Zaoutis, MD, FAAP B1. Management of Hyperbilirubinemia Case 2 – Sheldon T. Berkowitz, MD, FAAP in the Newborn Ron Keren, MD, MPH 4:45-5:00pm Break/Visit Exhibits B2. Medical Toxicology 5:00-6:00pm Hospital Medicine Conundrums (cont.) Blake A. Froberg, MD Case 3 – Anuj Steve Narang, MD, MHCM, FAAP B3. Growing Your Faculty Case 4 – Michael D. Bryant, MD, MBA David Meltzer, MD, PhD Edward J. Epstein, MD, FAAP B4. A High Fidelity Human Patient 6:00pm Adjourn for the Day Simulation Program for Pediatric Hospitalists (continued from A4) Maximum CME Credits for Thursday: 2.25 Leader: Suzette Cooke, BEd, MSc, MD, FRCPC B5. QI 101: Quality Improvement in the Friday, July 23 Hospital Setting: What do I Need to Know and How do I do it? 7:00-8:00am Breakfast/Visit Exhibits and Posters (session 2 of 2) (continued from A5) Stephen E. Muething, MD, FAAP 8:00-9:00am Keynote Address: Jayne M. Stuart, MPH Driving and Inspiring Innovation Paul D. Hain, MD, FAAP George W. Buckley, Chairman, President B6. QI 201: Masters Cohort (session 2 of 4) and Chief Executive Officer, 3M (pre-work required – continued as F6) Stephen E. Muething, MD, FAAP 9:00-9:30am Break/Visit Exhibits and Posters Jayne M. Stuart, MPH
  5. 5. View Full Descriptions of Each Session at www.pedialink.org/cmefinder 12:15-1:45pm Lunch on Your Own/Visit Exhibits and Posters Saturday, July 24 1:45-2:55pm Concurrent Sessions – Group C 7:00-8:00am Mentor Breakfast/Visit Exhibits C1. Conundrums 1 and Posters Sheldon T. Berkowitz, MD, FAAP 8:00-9:10am Concurrent Sessions – Group D C2. Hospitalists in Transport: Getting it Right D1. Respiratory Failure – Breathing Leader: Bryan R. Fine, MD, MPH, FAAP Hard and Hardly Breathing! Jerry D. McLaughlin, MD C3. Approach to the Encephalopathic Child (repeated from A1) D2. Billing and Coding 101 Joseph E. Sullivan, MD James J. O’Callaghan, MD, FAAP C4. Abstract Writing/Reviewing for D3. Research 101: What to Expect Scientific Meetings When You Are Expected to Do Ronald J. Teufel II, MD, MSCR, FAAP Research (continued as E4) C5. The Pediatric Hospitalist as Educator Karen M. Wilson, MD, MPH, FAAP of Healthcare Professionals in a Joel S. Tieder, MD, MPH Community Setting D4. How to Evaluate, Improve, Edward J. Epstein, MD, FAAP and Teach Quality Handoffs C6. Quality As Your Niche (continued as E5) Anuj Steve Narang, MD, MHCM, FAAP Leader: Erin E. Shaughnessy, MD, FAAP D5. Do Not Harm Then Heal Me – 2:55-3:10pm Break/Visit Exhibits and Posters Reducing Preventable Errors in the Hospital 3:10-4:30pm Plenary Research Platform Session Shannon C. Phillips, MD, MPH, FAAP 5 4:30-5:30pm Town Hall Meeting with AAP, APA, 9:10-9:25am Break/Visit Exhibits and Posters and SHM Presidents In this town hall-style meeting reminiscent of 9:25-10:35am Concurrent Sessions – Group E Presidential elections, your questions about Pediatric Hospital Medicine will be answered E1. Conundrums 2 by leaders of our sponsoring organizations. Abraham K. Jacob, MD, FAAP To submit a question regarding the future E2. Medical Toxicology of pediatrics or Pediatric Hospital Medicine, (repeated from B2) please visit http://PHM2010.aap.org. Selected Blake Froberg, MD questions will be read aloud by participants or a committee representative, as desired. E3. Advanced Billing and Coding James J. O’Callaghan, MD, FAAP 5:30-7:00pm Welcome Reception E4. Research 101: What to Expect Network with faculty, poster presenters, When You Are Expected to Do exhibitors, and colleagues to share ideas and Research (continued from D3) discuss practice issues in an informal setting. Karen M. Wilson, MD, MPH, FAAP Hors d’oeuvres and beverages provided. Joel S. Tieder, MD, MPH Supported by a grant from Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota E5. How to Evaluate, Improve, and Teach Quality Handoffs 7:00pm Adjourn for the Day (continued from D4) Leader: Erin E. Shaughnessy, MD, FAAP Maximum CME Credits for Friday: 7.00 10:35-11:05am Break/Visit Exhibits and Posters 11:05am-12:20pm Research Breakouts
  6. 6. Schedule Saturday, July 24, (cont.) 3:20-3:50pm Break/Visit Exhibits and Posters 3:50-5:00pm Concurrent Sessions – Group G 12:20-12:30pm Move Break G1. Respiratory Failure – Breathing 12:30-2:00pm Luncheon Presentation: Top Articles Hard and Hardly Breathing! in Pediatric Hospital Medicine (repeated from D1) The top journal articles dealing with various Jerry D. McLaughlin, MD aspects of Pediatric Hospital Medicine will be analyzed and discussed with the G2. Abscess Management in Pediatrics: audience. A panel of Pediatric Hospitalists It’s More Than Just Drainage! will select articles from literature published Mark R. Schleiss, MD, FAAP in the 18 months prior to the conference G3. Technical Trouble-Shooting: and will briefly discuss the method and The Role of the Hospitalist in search strategy utilized. The audience will also be exposed to how critical analysis and Managing Technological Devices evidence-based medicine skills are applied (continued from F2) to individual articles and how to incorporate Leader: Eyal Cohen, MD, MSc, FRCPC new information into the current clinical and academic context of their practice. G4. The Building and Shepherding of Effective Teams (continued from F3) Brian K. Alverson, MD, FAAP Aaron L. Friedman, MD, FAAP John A. Pope, MD, MPH, FAAP Kris P. Rehm, MD G5. QI 101: Quality Improvement in the Hospital Setting: What do I Need 2:00-2:10pm Move Break to Know and How do I do it? (session 2 of 2) 2:10-3:20pm Concurrent Sessions – Group F (repeated from B5 – continued from F5) F1. Septic Shock – Saving Cells… Stephen E. Muething, MD, FAAP and Lives! Jayne M. Stuart, MPH 6 Paul D. Hain, MD, FAAP Jerry D. McLaughlin, MD F2. Technical Trouble-Shooting: G6. QI 201: Masters Cohort (session 4 of 4) The Role of the Hospitalist in (pre-work required – continued from F6) Managing Technological Stephen E. Muething, MD, FAAP Devices (continued as G3) Jayne M. Stuart, MPH Leader: Eyal Cohen, MD, MSc, FRCPC 5:00-5:10pm Move Break F3. The Building and Shepherding of Effective Teams (continued as G4) 5:10-5:55pm PHM Roundtable: Updates from the Aaron L. Friedman, MD, FAAP Working Group In February 2009, Pediatric Hospitalists F4. The Problem Learner – Or is it the charted a course for our field that includes Problem Teacher? active work in clinical, quality, research, James R. Stallworth, MD, FAAP and education domains. In the months since this strategic planning meeting, working F5. QI 101: Quality Improvement in the groups have been active in projects that Hospital Setting: What do I Need are propelling us forward, creating both an to Know and How do I do it? identity and a structure within which we (session 1 of 2) can continue to thrive. At this update you (repeated from A5 – continued as G5) will hear from the workgroup leaders about Stephen E. Muething, MD, FAAP these projects and have an opportunity to Jayne M. Stuart, MPH ask questions about next steps and your Paul D. Hain, MD, FAAP role as we move into 2011 and beyond. F6. QI 201: Masters Cohort (session 3 of 4) 5:55pm Adjourn for the Day (pre-work required – continued as G6) Stephen E. Muething, MD, FAAP Maximum CME Credits for Saturday: 7.50 Jayne M. Stuart, MPH
  7. 7. View Full Descriptions of Each Session at www.pedialink.org/cmefinder Sunday, July 25 Sponsor Information 8:00-9:00am Breakfast/Visit Exhibits and Posters 9:00-10:00am Adventures in Global Health: The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and its member The Role of the Pediatric Hospitalist pediatricians dedicate their efforts and resources to the in the World Around Us health, safety, and well-being of all infants, children, Chandy C. John, MD, MS, FAAP adolescents, and young adults. The AAP has approximately Director, Center for Global Pediatrics 60,000 members in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Minneapolis, Minnesota and many other countries. Members include pediatricians, pediatric medical subspecialists, and pediatric surgical 10:00-10:15am Break/Visit Exhibits and Posters subspecialists. More than 34,000 members are board- certified and called Fellows of the American Academy of 10:15-11:25am Concurrent Sessions – Group H Pediatrics (FAAP). For more information, visit www.aap.org. The AAP Section on Hospital Medicine (SOHM) serves as H1. Conundrums 3 a forum for AAP members who have a special interest and Abraham K. Jacob, MD, FAAP commitment to Pediatric Hospital Medicine. Membership in SOHM is open to pediatric hospitalists, primary care H2. Antibiotic Update: What’s Old? pediatricians, academicians, subspecialists, residents, nurse Mark R. Schleiss, MD, FAAP practitioners, physician assistants, and child life specialists H3. Website to Bedside: Using PubMed who have an active interest and involvement in inpatient and the Internet to Answer Clinical pediatric care. SOHM focuses on relevant clinical issues as Questions Efficiently well as systems, logistics, and organization of care. For more Bimal R. Desai, MD, MBI, FAAP information on the Section, visit www.aaphospmed.org. H4. Designing Pediatric Hospital The Academic Pediatric Association Medicine Electives: From (APA) is a national organization Training to Reality dedicated to improving the health of Jennifer D.H. Hewlett Walthall, MD, FAAP children and adolescents through leadership in education 7 of child health professionals, research and dissemination of H5. A Proposed Dashboard for Pediatric knowledge, patient care, and advocacy, in partnership with Hospitalist Groups children, families, and communities. For more information, Paul D. Hain, MD, FAAP visit www.academicpeds.org. 11:25-11:30am Move Break The Society of Hospital Medicine (SHM) is one of the leading medical 11:30am- societies representing hospitalists, 12:00pm Wrap-up physicians who care specifically for hospitalized patients, and the only medical society focused 12:00pm Course Adjourns solely on hospital medicine. Studies prove hospitalists decrease patient lengths of stay and hospital costs while Maximum CME Credits for Sunday: 2.25 increasing patient satisfaction. Currently, hospital medicine Maximum AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ is the fastest-growing medical specialty in the U.S. For more for Course: 19.00 information, visit www.hospitalmedicine.org. 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 that are not approved by the FDA and/or medical or surgical procedures that involve an unapproved or “off-label” use of an approved 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. Schedule and Faculty Because we are always striving to improve the quality of your educational experience, schedules are subject to change. The AAP may substitute faculty with comparable expertise on rare occasions necessitated by illness or scheduling conflicts. Please visit www.pedialink.org/cmefinder for schedule, faculty, and session updates.
  8. 8. Planning Group, Faculty, and Guest Speakers Planning Group Brian K. Alverson, MD, FAAP Blake A. Froberg, MD Assistant Professor of Pediatrics Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics Jennifer A. Daru, MD, FHM, FAAP – Brown University School of Medicine Indiana University School of Medicine Chairperson Providence, Rhode Island Indianapolis, Indiana Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics University of California, San Francisco George W. Buckley Paul D. Hain, MD, FAAP School of Medicine Chairman, President, and Associate Chief of Staff Chief, Division of Pediatric Chief Executive Officer Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital Medicine 3M Hospital at Vanderbilt California Pacific Medical Center St. Paul, Minnesota Nashville, Tennessee San Francisco, California Sheldon T. Berkowitz, MD, FAAP Abraham K. Jacob, MD, FAAP Allison Ballantine, MD, FAAP Medical Director Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Assistant Professor of Pediatrics Minneapolis Children’s Clinic Internal Medicine University of Pennsylvania Minneapolis, Minnesota University of Minnesota School of Medicine School of Medicine Michael D. Bryant, MD, MBA Medical Director of Integrated Director, Pediatric Hospitalist Program Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics Care Services Amplatz Children’s Hospital USC Keck School of Medicine Section Chief of Education Minneapolis, Minnesota Los Angeles, California Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Chandy C. John, MD, MS, FAAP Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Eyal Cohen, MD, MSc, FRCPC Associate Professor of Pediatrics Assistant Professor of Pediatrics Matthew D. Garber, MD, FHM, FAAP and Medicine University of Toronto Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics University of Minnesota Toronto, Ontario, Canada University of South Carolina School of Medicine School of Medicine Suzette R. Cooke, BEd, MSc, Director Columbia, South Carolina MD, FRCPC Center for Global Pediatrics Clinical Assistant Professor of Paediatrics Minneapolis, Minnesota Brian M. Pate, MD, FHM, FAAP University of Calgary Assistant Professor of Pediatrics Calgary, Alberta, Canada Ron Keren, MD, MPH University of Missouri, Kansas City Associate Professor of Pediatrics 8 School of Medicine Bimal R. Desai, MD, MBI, FAAP and Epidemiology Vice-Chair, Inpatient Services Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics University of Pennsylvania Section Chief, Pediatric Hospital Medicine University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine Medical Director, Children’s Home Care School of Medicine Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Department of Pediatrics Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Jerry D. McLaughlin, MD Children’s Mercy Hospitals & Clinics Edward J. Epstein, MD, FAAP Pediatric Critical Care Fellow Kansas City, Missouri Clinical Professor of Pediatrics Seattle Children’s Hospital Jeffrey M. Simmons, MD, MSc, FAAP University of California, San Diego, Seattle, Washington Assistant Professor of Pediatrics School of Medicine San Diego, California David Meltzer, MD, PhD University of Cincinnati Chief, Section of Hospital Medicine College of Medicine Bryan R. Fine, MD, MPH, FAAP University of Chicago Cincinnati, Ohio Pediatric Hospitalist Chicago, Illinois Jeffrey L. Sperring, MD, FAAP Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters Stephen E. Muething, MD, FAAP Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics Associate Professor of General and Indiana University School of Medicine Norfolk, Virginia Community Pediatrics Chief Medical Officer Aaron L. Friedman, MD, FAAP University of Cincinnati Riley Hospital for Children Ruben-Bentson Professor and Chair College of Medicine Indianapolis, Indiana Department of Pediatrics Assistant Vice-President Patient Safety Erin R. Stucky, MD, FHM, FAAP University of Minnesota Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Clinical Professor of Pediatrics School of Medicine Medical Center Vice-Chair for Clinical Affairs Minneapolis, Minnesota Cincinnati, Ohio Pediatric Hospital Medicine Stefan J. Friedrichsdorf, MD Anuj Steve Narang, MD, MHCM, FAAP Fellowship Director Medical Director, Pain & Palliative Care Medical Director, Quality-Safety University of California, San Diego, Children’s Hospitals and Medical Director, Pediatric Graduate School of Medicine Clinics of Minnesota Medical Education Medical Director for Quality Minneapolis, Minnesota Our Lady of the Lake Regional Rady Children’s Hospital San Diego Medical Center, Children’s Hospital San Diego, California Baton Rouge, Louisiana
  9. 9. James J. O’Callaghan, MD, FAAP Janet R. Serwint, MD, FAAP Joel S. Tieder, MD, MPH Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics APA President-Elect Pediatric Hospitalist University of Washington Professor of Pediatrics Seattle Children’s Hospital School of Medicine Johns Hopkins University Clinical Instructor, Pediatrics Seattle, Washington School of Medicine University of Washington Judith S. Palfrey, MD, FAAP Baltimore, Maryland School of Medicine Seattle, Washington AAP President Erin E. Shaughnessy, MD, FAAP T. Berry Brazelton Professor of Pediatrics Assistant Professor of Pediatrics Jennifer D. H. Hewlett Walthall, Harvard University School of Medicine Medical College of Wisconsin MD, FAAP Boston, Massachusetts Milwaukee, Wisconsin Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics Shannon C. Phillips, MD, MPH, FAAP and Emergency Medicine James R. Stallworth, MD, FAAP Patient Safety Officer Indiana University School of Medicine Associate Professor of Pediatrics Quality & Patient Safety Institute Indianapolis, Indiana University of South Carolina Cleveland, Ohio School of Medicine Jeffrey G. Wiese, MD, FHM John A. Pope, MD, MPH, FAAP Columbia, South Carolina SHM President Associate Professor of Pediatrics Physician Director, Pediatric Services Jayne M. Stuart, MPH Scottsdale Healthcare Hospitals Tulane University Health Director, Quality Transformation Scottsdale, Arizona Sciences Center NACHRI – National Association New Orleans, Louisiana Kris P. Rehm, MD of Children’s Hospitals and Director, Pediatric Hospital Medicine Related Institutions Karen M. Wilson, MD, MPH, FAAP Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital Alexandria, Virginia Assistant Professor of Pediatrics University of Rochester Medical Center at Vanderbilt Joseph E. Sullivan, MD Nashville, Tennessee Rochester, New York Assistant Professor of Clinical Mark R. Schleiss, MD, FAAP Neurology and Pediatrics Lisa B. Zaoutis, MD, FAAP Professor of Pediatrics University of California, San Francisco, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics University of Minnesota School of Medicine University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine San Francisco, California School of Medicine Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 9 Minneapolis, Minnesota Ronald J. Teufel II, MD, MSCR, FAAP Assistant Professor of Pediatrics Medical University of South Carolina Charleston, South Carolina Minneapolis, Minnesota Take a break from the summer blahs in cool, refreshing Minneapolis! With an alive, vibrant downtown located on the Mississippi River, you’ll discover energy, excitement, and entertainment. Mixing in with the city’s downtown verve is affordability: Top-quality, headline-grabbing attractions are affordable, and a night full of food and fun won’t empty your pocketbook. Arts and culture abound in and around the city. The Walker Art Center is one of the world’s premier art museums and outdoor sculpture gardens. It features casual and fine dining, theater, cinema, and dance. The Guthrie Theater offers remarkable views of the downtown skyline and the Mississippi, and presents timeless classics as well as modern triumphs and new works by emerging playwrights. Other attractions include Orchestra Hall, the Mill City Museum, and the combined Minneapolis Institute of Arts and Children’s Theatre Company. Bargain-hunters will flock to Nicollet Mall and the Mall of America, the nation’s largest shopping and entertainment complex. With lakes and parks galore, you and your family will have plenty of opportunities to run, bike, parasail, fish, walk, and rollerblade. The lush environment offers the perfect setting for outdoor events, afternoon meandering, or a relaxing meal at an outdoor café. For more information about the area, go to www.Minneapolis.org.
  10. 10. Hotel, Travel, and Registration Information Car Rental Discounts The AAP Travel Office is offering CME course attendees a reduced car rental rate through Hertz. Please ask your AAP Travel Agent for details or call Hertz directly at 800/654-2240 and mention code CV#01570014. Registration Registration is limited to foster informality. Be sure to reserve your space early! Using your VISA, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover, fax your registration to 847/228-5059 or 847/228-0604 or, call toll-free, Hyatt Regency Minneapolis 800/433-9016, option 3. Outside the United States 1300 Nicollet Mall and Canada, call 847/434-4000, option 3. Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403 Please have your credit card and educational track selection Phone: 612/370-1234 ready prior to calling. If your membership status has changed Fax: 612/370-1463 or lapsed, the registration staff will charge the appropriate Special group rates beginning at $164 per night, plus tax, fees accordingly. Lodging and meals, other than specified, for single or double occupancy, have been negotiated at are not included in the registration fee. Educational sessions, the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis. These rates represent food, and beverages provided during the course are intended substantial savings from published rates. The cutoff for registered attendees only. date for reservations at the group rate is Friday, June 25, 2010. Call the hotel directly to make your New This Year! An Online Syllabus reservations and be sure to mention that you are PHM 2010 is environmentally friendly! The course syllabus attending the AAP Pediatric Hospital Medicine will be available online only. About 3-4 weeks prior to the Course. You can also make your reservations online course, registrants will receive an e-mail with a link to by going to www.pedialink.org/cmefinder. Once there, the online syllabus. The e-mail will contain a password, click on “2010 at a Glance,” select the Pediatric Hospital which will provide access to registered participants to 10 Medicine Course, click on “Hotel & Travel Information,” view all of the PowerPoint presentations, along with and then click on the link provided for hotel reservations. other useful information. Ground Transportation If you are interested in viewing the contents of the online syllabus while in Minneapolis, we encourage you to bring For information on shuttle service from the Minneapolis/ a laptop computer. If you prefer to have printed handouts in St. Paul International Airport, contact Super Shuttle, front of you while at the course, we encourage you to print 612/827-7777, www.supershuttle.com. Taxi service is those from the online syllabus ahead of time and bring them also available. with you. There will not be any AAP-provided printer stations at the course. Note: Please include your e-mail address on Parking your registration form to ensure that you receive instructions Self and Valet parking is available on-site. for accessing the online syllabus. Air Transportation Special Needs The AAP offers negotiated discounted airfares to its CME The AAP is sensitive to the special needs of its attendees. courses. Please call the AAP Travel Office for details at Please indicate any accommodations on your registration form. 888/227-1772. AAP members can book their arrangements online through RES-X, the official Internet booking engine for Scooter and wheelchair rentals are available by contacting the AAP Travel Office. Log in to the Member Center of the ScootAround, Inc., toll-free at 888/441-7575, by e-mail AAP Web site (www.aap.org/moc). The RES-X icon is located at info@scootaround.com, through their web site at under the AAP Travel Office site or you can access RES-X www.scootaround.com, or by fax at 204/478-1172. directly at www.resx.com. Company: AAP Cancellations Member ID: AAP USER (Use for first time only) Cancellations must be received by July 8, 2010, to receive a Password: Leave blank and bypass the first time. Click GO. refund. An administrative charge of $50 will be deducted.
  11. 11. Registration Form Pediatric Hospital Register using one of the following options: Online at: http://PHM2010.aap.org or Medicine 2010: www.pedialink.org/cmefinder Call toll-free: 866/THE-AAP1 (866/843-2271) Innovation from Bedside to Board Room Mail this form with payment to: American Academy of Pediatrics/Registration Hyatt Regency Minneapolis 2862 Eagle Way Minneapolis, Minnesota • July 22-25 Chicago, Illinois 60678-1028 Fax this form to: 847/228-5059 or 847/228-0604 Please type or print. Please indicate your membership affiliation: AAP APA SHM NAME FIRST LAST (SURNAME) MD, DO, OTHER (SPECIFY) ADDRESS CITY/STATE/PROVINCE ZIP CODE/POSTAL CODE/COUNTRY DAYTIME PHONE FAx NUMBER E-MAIL ADDRESS AAP ID # (YOUR E-MAIL ADDRESS IS REQUIRED TO RECEIVE INSTRUCTIONS FOR ACCESSING THE ONLINE SYLLABUS.) PLEASE INDICATE ANY SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS (EG, DIETARY RESTRICTIONS, SPECIAL NEEDS). Concurrent Sessions Please fill in the letter and number of your first and second choice sessions within each group. Example: A5, B4. Pay special 11 attention to sessions that are divided into two parts, and be sure that you are signing up for both parts, as required. If you wish to attend QI 201: Masters Cohort, you must register for A6, B6, F6, and G6; pre-work will be required. FIRST CHOICE SECOND CHOICE FIRST CHOICE SECOND CHOICE Group A __________ __________ Group E __________ __________ Group B __________ __________ Group F __________ __________ Group C __________ __________ Group G __________ __________ Group D __________ __________ Group H __________ __________ Seating is limited – register early! View full descriptions of each session at www.pedialink.org/cmefinder. Registration Fees (U.S. Currency) Payment Information AAP SOHM/APA/SHM Members ...................................... $650 Full payment must accompany this form. Please indicate method of payment below: AAP Fellows/AAP International Members/ AAP Candidate Members ................................................... $700 Charge it: AAP Resident Members/AAP Post-Residency Training Members .............................................................. $450 Card Number Nonmember Pediatricians .................................................. $750 Family Physicians ............................................................... $750 Expiration Date Nonmember Residents ....................................................... $725 Allied Health Professionals ................................................ $595 (Fees subject to change without notice.) Print Name as It Appears on Card Your registration will be confirmed. Please contact the AAP Registration Area if you do not receive a confirmation within 7 days. The AAP recommends that you do not make travel or hotel reservations that cannot be changed or cancelled Or checks may be made payable to the American without penalty until you receive your confirmation, as the AAP cannot be responsible for expenses incurred by an individual who is not confirmed and for Academy of Pediatrics. (United States only) whom space is not available at this course. Costs incurred, such as airline or hotel penalties, are the responsibility of the individual. The AAP reserves the Check Number Amount right to cancel a course due to unforeseen circumstances or to limit enrollments, should attendance exceed capacity. Please do not send currency.
  12. 12. Non Profit Org U.S. Postage PAID Permit #721 141 Northwest Point Blvd Carol Stream, IL Elk Grove Village, IL 60007-1098 Register online at http://PHM2010.aap.org or Earn a Maximum of 19.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ www.pedialink.org/cmefinder or call toll-free, 866/THE-AAP1 (866/843-2271) Pediatric Hospital Medicine 2010: Innovation from Bedside to Board Room Sponsored by the AAP Section on Hospital Medicine (SOHM), the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), the Academic Pediatric Association (APA), and the Society of Hospital Medicine (SHM) Minneapolis, Minnesota Hyatt Regency Minneapolis July 22-25, 2010

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