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  1. 1. 17 th Annual Children’s Neuroscience Symposium Presented byREGISTRATION Barrow Neurological Ins tute at Phoenix Children’s HospitalSEATING IS LIMITED AND SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY; THEREFORE, EARLY REGISTRATION IS ENCOURAGED. The fee to a end Children’s Neuroscience Symposiumfor prac cing physicians is $115 per session or $395 for all 4 sessions and for re red physicians, residents, nurses, and other allied health professionals $80 per sessionor $275 for 4 sessions, and a special rate of $55 per session for community members and/ or students that would like to a end. Those who register for the course andreserve a room using the Phoenix Children’s Hospital‐Pediatric Update guest room block at Ritz‐Carlton, prior to 12/31/2012, will receive a registra on discount of $50.The registra on fee includes tui on, lunch each a ernoon, refreshments during the mee ng and the Recep on on Sunday evening.Presenta ons/Syllabus material will be available on the Phoenix Children’s Hospital Website at www.phoenixchildrens.com – thumb drives will be distributed toeach registrant upon check in at the conference registra on desk. If you wish to purchase a printed syllabus for the main course, one will be provided upon check infor a $40 fee to cover the cost of prin ng. Please indicate that you wish to purchase a printed copy of the syllabus on your course registra on form.  If you wish to bring addi onal guests to the Recep on, please include $60 in your tui on for each addi onal person. If your spouse or guest plans to a end thea ernoon luncheon for registered par cipants, please include an addi onal $60 in your tui on fee for each spouse or guest.The registra on and informa on desk will be open Sunday, February 24 at 12 p.m. and daily throughout the symposium from noon un l 5 p.m.The full fee is payable upon registra on. Please make checks payable to: PCH Neuroscience Symposium (all fees in US currency). Registra on fees will not berefunded for cancella ons received a er Friday, February 8, 2013 at 5 p.m. Central Daylight Time. Registra on is also available online at the following address: www.phoenixchildrens.com/calendar‐of‐eventsPlease PRINT clearly Name ____________________________________________________________________________ Degree _________________ Address___________________________________________________________________________________________________ City ___________________________________________________________________ State ____________ Zip ______________ Business Phone (______)_____________________________ Home Phone (______) ____________________________________ Fax (______)____________________ Email Address _____________________________________________________________Do you plan to a end the Recep on? ___Yes ___NoWill your spouse/guest be a ending the Recep on? ___Yes ___No One Recep on cket will be provided for each registrant and the registrant’s spouse or a guest. Addi onal Recep on ckets will be available for purchase ($60 each) at the conference registra on desk.Will your spouse/guest be a ending the Breakfast Buffet for registered par cipants? ___Yes ___No Lunch ckets will be provided for each registrant. Addi onal ckets will be available for purchase ($60 each) at the conference registra on desk. (price includes Lunch Sunday through Wednesday)Tui on (Indicate which sessions you plan to a end) Physicians Re red Physicians/Nurses/ Allied Health Student/Community Member All 4 Sessions __________ $ 359 __________ $ 275 ____n/a___Session A Neurological Sports Medicine for the Physician and Trainer __________ $ 115 __________ $ 80 __________ $ 55Session B Common Neurological Disorders for the PCP __________ $ 115 __________ $ 80 __________ $ 55Session C Developmental Pediatrics Update __________ $ 115 __________ $ 80 __________ $ 55Session D1 The Importance of the PCP in the role of Neurosurgery __________ $ 115 __________ $ 80 __________ $ 55orSession D2 Nursing and Allied Health for The “Neuro” Child __________ $ 115 __________ $ 80 __________ $ 55I wish to bring ______addi onal guest (s) to the Sunday evening recep on $60 per person __________My Spouse/guest (s) plans to a end the a ernoon luncheon for registrants (price includes lunch Sunday through Wednesday) $60 per person __________I wish to purchase a printed copy of the neuroscience symposium course syllabus $40 __________ Total __________To Mail Your Tui on PaymentPAYMENT MAY BE MADE BY CHECK or CREDIT CARD PLEASE MAKE CHECK PAYABLE TO: PCH Neuroscience Symposium (all fees in US currency).PLEASE CHARGE MY: Visa MasterCard  American Express Credit Card Number______________________________________________________________Expira on Date _______________________ Card Holder Signature________________________________________________________________________________________________ Print Name as Shown on Card __________________________________________________________________________________________ For further registra on informa on and assistance, please contact: JoAnn Cunningham, Medical Educa on E‐mail: jcunnin@phoenixchildrens.com Mailing Address: Phoenix Children’s Hospital  1919 East Thomas Road  Phoenix, Arizona 85016  (602) 933‐0766 or 933‐0761  Fax: (602) 933‐0806 Hotel Reserva ons at the Ritz‐Carlton, Phoenix: 2401 East Camelback Road, Phoenix, Arizona 85016 Hotel Phone (602) 648‐0700 To Make a Reserva on by Phone Call: (800) 241‐3333 To Fax Your Reserva on Form: (602) 553‐0685 FORM INCLUDED IN THE PEDIATRIC UPDATE PROGRAMOnline go to: ritzcarlton.com/phoenix A en on: Joseph Vita in Group Reserva ons Reference Group Code: PCHPCHA Email: joe.vita@ritzcarlton.comOfficial Dates for Guest Room Reserva ons: Saturday, February 24 through Saturday, March 2, 2013. Reserva ons must be received by: Thursday, January 24, 2013.Transporta on: Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport Taxi service or public shu le is available at each terminal. The Ritz‐Carlton is located about 8 miles from the Airport. Room rates are subject to 13.27% occupancy tax. All reserva on requests must be accompanied by a one‐night non‐refundable deposit in order for the reserva onto be processed and confirmed. Deposits will be refunded for rooms cancelled more than 72 hours prior to arrival.
  2. 2. 17 th Annual Children’s Neuroscience Symposium Presented byPROGRAM Barrow Neurological Ins tute at Phoenix Children’s HospitalAll Faculty affiliated with Barrow HOSTED BY BARROW NEUROLOGICAL INSTITUE at PHOENIX CHILDREN’S HOSPITALNeurological Ins tute at Phoenix For the past 16 years the Children’s Neuroscience Symposium has offered physicians from across the country the opportunityChildren’s Hospital, to learn the latest evidence‐based prac ces in pediatric neuroscience medicine. This event welcomes pediatricians, nurses,University of Arizona, College of trainers and other healthcare providers who recognize and value this opportunity for con nuing medical educa on.Medicine – Phoenix, and ABOUT BARROW NEUROLOGICAL INSTITUE at PHOENIX CHILDREN’S HOSPITALBarrow Neurological Ins tute Barrow Neurological Ins tute is recognized world‐wide for providing the most advanced neurological care.COURSE DIRECTORS That care is now available for children at Barrow Neurological Ins tute at Phoenix Children’s Hospital. WithP. David Adelson, MD, FACS, FAAP comprehensive programs in epilepsy, trauma c brain injury, behavioral medicine, neurosurgery and more,Director, Barrow Neurological Barrow at Phoenix Children’s is among the largest programs of its kind in the country and ranked as a topIns tute at Phoenix Childrens children’s hospital by U.S. News and World Report as well as a top des na on for epilepsy, neurotrauma,Hospital neuro‐oncology , and neurorehabilita on. For more informa on, visit www.phoenixchildrens.com/bni.Chief, Pediatric Neurosurgery/ COURSE CREDITChildrens Neurosciences Phoenix Children’s Hospital is accredited by the Accredita on Council for Con nuing Medical Educa onClinical Professor of Surgery/ (ACCME) to provide Con nuing Medical Educa on for physicians.Neurosurgery Phoenix Children’s Hospital designates this live ac vity for a maximum of 13 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits TM.Academic Division Chief Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their par cipa on in the ac vity.Neurosurgery, Department ofChild Health University of Arizona Sunday, February 24 Session A College of Medicine – Phoenix Pediatric and Adolescent Neurological Sports Medicine: For the Physician and TrainerMa hew M. Troester, DO Session Learning Objec vesAssistant Professor  Recognize the signs and symptoms of a concussionClinical Pediatrics and Neurology  Able to evaluate the youth athlete suspected of sustaining a concussion, on the field and in the officeUniversity of Arizona  Know when to refer the concussed athlete for further evalua onCollege of Medicine – Phoenix  Describe the correct management and rehabilita ve techniques for the concussed athleteCo‐Director, Comprehensive  Recognize when it is safe to return to playSleep Program, Barrow  Explain the poten al for short and long term neurological consequences of a concussionNeurological Ins tute at Phoenix Moderator: P. David Adelson, MD 2:40 p.m. BreakChildren’s Hospital 12 p.m. Registra on and Lunch 3 p.m. Neuro‐Assessment of the Injured Athlete 1 p.m. Welcome and Introduc on Michael Lavoie, PhDFACULTY P. David Adelson, MD 3:30 p.m. Return to Play Guidelines for Trainers,John L. Barton, PhD 1:10 p.m. Pathophysiology of a Concussion Athletes and FamiliesAssociate Professor of Psychology David W. Dodick, MD Steve Erickson, MDClinical Pediatrics 1:40 p.m. Vulnerable Popula on: Concussions in 4 p.m. Barrow Brainbook: Educa on forPediatric Psychologist Youth Athletes ConcussionsSaunder M. Bernes, MD P. David Adelson, MD Javier Cárdenas, MDAssociate Professor 2:10 p.m. Sports Injuries of the Head, Neck and Spine 4:30 p.m. Case Studies Panel/ Q & A SessionClinical Pediatrics Kris na Wilson, MD 5 p.m. Adjourn for the DayPediatric NeurologistRatan D. Bhardwaj, MD, PhD, FRCSC 6:00 Opening Recep on in honor of Keynote Speaker Sanjeev V. Kothare, MDAssistant Professor Join us from 6 to 9:00pm at the Adelson Residence. Relax in the garden and enjoy the food, drinks, and entertainmentNeurological Surgery including a deligh ul selec on of hors d’oeuvres, wine and cocktails. You need to RSVP in order to a end.Pediatric Neurosurgeon Monday, February 25 Session BRobin K. Blitz, MD, FAAP Common Neurological Disorders for the PCPAssociate Professor Session Learning Objec vesClinical Pediatrics Iden fy current advances and emerging trends in the treatment of Pediatric Neurological disordersDirector, Developmental Pediatrics Recognize the common and confusing seizure types in children and know when to refer to a neurologist Discuss the difference between primary and secondary headache disordersRuth E. Bristol, MD Know the migraine symptoms and epidemiology in the pediatric popula onAssistant Professor Explain the rapid evalua on and the prac cal management of frequently presen ng pediatric sleep complaintsNeurological Surgery Describe the importance of the PCP’s role in the care and management of Pediatric Neurological disordersPediatric Neurosurgeon Moderator: Mathew Troester, DO 2:40 p.m. Sleep Disorders in ChildrenS. Danielle Brown, RN, MS 12:30 p.m. Registra on and Lunch Mathew Troester, DODirector, Research Coordina on 1:30 p.m. Welcome and Introduc on 3:10 p.m. Breakand Educa on Mathew Troester, DO 3:20 p.m. Keynote Presenta on 1:40 p.m. Management of Seizures and Epilepsy Electrical Status Epilep cus in SleepSara Bode, MD   Jack Kerrigan, MD Sanjeev V. Kothare, MDAssociate Professor 2:10 p.m. The PCP’s Guide to Headaches 4:20 p.m. Case Studies Panel/ Q & A SessionClinical Pediatrics Marcy Yonker, MD 5 p.m. Adjourn for the Day PediatricianTheresa A. Grebe, MD, FACMG, FAAP Keynote Address: Electrical Status Epilep cus in SleepAssociate Professor Sanjeev V. Kothare, MD is the current chair of the Pediatric Sleep Disorders and Development SteeringClinical Pediatrics Commi ee of the AASM. He is the Medical Director and the Fellowship Director of the Pediatric SleepDivision of Gene cs & Metabolism Medicine Training Program at the Center for Pediatric Sleep Disorders, Children’s Hospital Boston, and Associate Professor, Department of Neurology, Harvard Medical School. He is also an associate preceptor forPaula Kinnard, RN, MSN the Harvard Sleep T32 training grant. His research interests include circadian neurology, epilepsy and sleep,Clinical Research Nurse/ and mechanisms to understand sudden unexpected death in the epilepsy popula on, besides his interest inNeuroscience Research sleep disorders in rare diseases. He is ac vely funded via the NIH with several R21 grants, and is the recipient of the Harvard catalyst. He has authored a book named “Sleep in Childhood Neurological Disorders”.
  3. 3. OBJECTIVE By Learning about recent advances and current issues in pediatric neurosciences, this course will help the pediatric care provider to understand and direct the care for these unique and challenging childrenFACULTY Tuesday, February 26 Session CJohn F. Kerrigan, MD Developmental Pediatrics UpdateAssociate Professor Session Learning Objec vesClinical Pediatrics and Neurology Recognize the key features of au sm spectrum disorders (ASD) and A en on Deficit Hyperac vity Disorder (ADHD)Director, Pediatric Epilepsy Program Recognize early ASD diagnos c markers in infants and toddlersand Clinical Neurophysiology Iden fy the role of gene cs in au sm from both a clinical and scien fic perspec veLaboratory Understand how learning disabili es are diagnosed and treated to maximize family and psycho‐social successUrszula H. Kotlow, MD Describe the management of learning disabili es in both the clinical and non‐clinical se ngAssociate Professor Explain the classifica on and diagnosis of cs and other movement disorders in childrenClinical Pediatrics Discuss the long term management of Tics, review clinical features, natural history and neurobiology of childhood csPediatric Psychiatrist Understand diagnos c controversies, implica ons toward treatment and the rela onship to pediatric developmental disordersMichael S. Lavoie, PhDAssociate Professor Moderator: Robin Blitz, MD 3:10 p.m. Break Clinical Pediatrics 12:30 p.m. Registra on and Lunch 3:20 p.m. Successful Approaches in theChief, Division of Neuropsychology 1:30 p.m. Welcome and Introduc on Management in the ADD/ADHD   Robin Blitz, MD    Sara Bode, MD Elizabeth Linos OTR/L, MS, MBA 1:40 p.m. A Comprehensive Approach to Au sm 3:50 p.m. ABC’s of Learning Disabili esDirector Of Rehabilita on/   Robin Blitz, MD  John Barton, PhD Neurorehabilita on 2:10 p.m. Unraveling the E ology of Au s c Spectrum 4:20 p.m. Pediatric Tics: Classifica on, Disorders: An Approach to Gene c Evalua on Diagnosis and ControversiesJeffrey H. Miller, MD   Theresa A. Grebe, MD  Saunder Bernes, MD Assistant Professor 2:40 p.m. Common Psychiatric Disorders in Children 5 p.m. Adjourn for the Day Radiologist, Head of MRI,   Urszula Kotlow, MD Neuroradiology Sec onNancy B. Quay MS, RN, CNRN Wednesday, February 27 Session D1  Session D2 Clinical Manager, Neurosciences The Importance of the PCP in Nursing and Allied Health forDavid H. Shafron, MD the Role of Neurosurgery the “Neuro” Child  Assistant Professor Session Learning Objec ves Session Learning Objec vesNeurological Surgery Describe the importance of the PCP’s role in the care and  tate three cri cal components of the pediatric neuro SPediatric Neurosurgeon management of Pediatric Neurosurgical Cases assessment. Iden fy the clinical signs and symptoms of different types of  ist two interven ons for the treatment of pediatric LLisa Vana a, MS, RD shunt malfunc on seizures.Ketogenic/Neonatal Nutri onist Describe the difference between a sacral dimple and a  iscuss the goals of rehabilita on for the child with DKris na M. Wilson, MD tethered cord neuro injury.Assistant Professor Recognize the clinical symptoms of a tethered cord  den fy two risk factors for inadequate nutri on in the IClinical Pediatrics Discuss the new modali es for neuroimaging child with neuro injury.Primary Care Pediatric and Understand the indica ons for interven on for Chiari An Applica on for this ac vity has been submi ed to Phoenix  malforma on Children’s Hospital to award contact hours. Phoenix Children’s Adolescent Sports Medicine, Hospital is an approved provider of nursing con nuing educa on by Center for Orthopedics Understand the differences between craniosynostosis and the Arizona Nurses’ Associa on, an accredited approver by the  plagiocephaly American Nurses Creden aling Center’s Commission on Accredita on.   Marcy E. Yonker, MD, FAHS Moderator: Ruth Bristol, MD Moderator: S. Danielle Brown, RNAssociate Professor 12:30 p.m. Registra on and Lunch 12:30 p.m. Registra on and LunchClinical Pediatrics 1:30 p.m. Welcome and Introduc on 1:30 p.m. Welcome and Introduc onDirector, Pediatric Headache Program 1:40 p.m. Shunt Malfunc on or Just a Headache? 1:40 p.m. Neuro AssessmentGUEST FACULTY   Ratan Bhardwaj, MD    S. Danielle Brown, RN Javier Cárdenas, MD 2:10 p.m. Sacral Dimple versus Tethered Cord 2:10 p.m. Seizures and Epilepsy in ChildrenDirector, B.R.A.I.N.S. Clinic   David Shafron, MD    Paula Kinnard, RN Barrow Neurological Ins tute 2:40 p.m. Craniosynostosis and the Odd Shaped Head 2:40 p.m. Neuro Nutri onal TherapySt. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical   Ruth Bristol, MD    Lisa Vana a, RD Center 3:10 p.m. Break  3:10 p.m. Break 3:20 p.m. Chiari Malforma ons 3:20 p.m. Rehabilita on for the “Neuro” InjuredDavid W. Dodick, MD   P. David Adelson, MD  ChildProfessor, Department of Neurology 3:50 p.m. To CT or Not to CT? The latest in   Elizabeth Linos OTR/L Neurologist Neuroimaging 3:50 p.m. Transi on from Child to AdultMayo Clinic   Jeff Miller, MD    Nancy Quay, RN  4:20 p.m. Case Studies Panel/ Q & A Session 4:20 p.m. Case Studies Panel/ Q & A SessionSteven M. Erickson, MD, FACP 5 p.m. Adjourn for the Day  5 p.m. Adjourn for the Day Center Medical DirectorConcentraSanjeev V. Kothare, MDAssociate ProfessorDepartment of Neurology,Harvard Medical SchoolMedical Director, Center for Have a challenging case or a case you would like to discuss with our esteemed panel? Please submitPediatric Sleep Disorders a brief, 250 words or less, summary for considera on to ccasanova@phoenixchildrens.comFellowship Director, PediatricSleep Medicine Training ProgramChildren’s Hospital Boston For further informa on and assistance with special requests, please contact Chris na Casanova Phone (602) 933‐0923 Email: ccasanova@phoenixchildrens.com 

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