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2014 Practical Pediatrics CME Course

  1. 1. Breckenridge, CO January 23-26 Paradise Island, The Bahamas February 21-23 2014 Catalogue Orlando, FL March 21-23 The Best Pediatric CME For The Best Pediatric Care Save $150 See page 15 for details. Hilton Head Island, SC May 23-25 New York, NY May 23-25 Anaheim, CA June 20-22 Earn A Maximum of 17.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits Per Course ™ Las Vegas, NV August 29-31 Register Online www.aap.org/livecme Ft. Lauderdale, FL November 7-9 San Antonio, TX December 5-7 Call Toll-Free 866/THE-AAP1 (866/843-2271)
  2. 2. 2014 Catalogue WHAT IS A PRACTICAL PEDIATRICS CME COURSE? Electronic Course Syllabus Designed for pediatricians, family physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurses, and allied health professionals caring for children, Practical Pediatrics CME Courses feature nationally prominent faculty presenting topics that highlight current issues in pediatrics. Each course combines lectures, interactive seminars, and question-and-answer sessions to allow you the opportunity to interact directly with faculty in solving the problems you encounter in everyday practice. In order to provide high quality images and graphics and in the spirit of going green, the syllabus for the 2014 Practical Pediatrics CME Courses will be available to all attendees online for download in advance of the course. The electronic syllabus will contain the presentations for the various educational sessions along with other useful information. You will also be able to take notes directly on the contents using Adobe Reader, in much the same way you would with a printed syllabus. Objectives To accommodate individual learning styles, you can choose to print the syllabus before the course, or you can order a printed copy if you prefer. If you would like to receive a printed copy of the syllabus, simply select that option on the course registration form. Please note that an additional fee of $50 applies. To be guaranteed receipt of a printed syllabus at the course, you must register by the early bird deadline for the course you will be attending. By attending a Practical Pediatrics CME Course, you will: • pdate your knowledge of clinical issues by reviewing hot topics and recent U practical advances for your office. • ncrease your ability to diagnose and manage patients in your practice by I analyzing and discussing cases with the faculty and your peers. Why You Should Attend a Practical Pediatrics CME Course • eekend courses with half-day sessions combine continuing professional W development with relaxation and recreation at great destinations. • op-quality education and an opportunity to talk directly with expert faculty T provide current and practical pediatric information to take back to your office and use right away. Note: For those who have not pre-ordered the printed syllabus, copies may be available for purchase onsite or after the course; however, quantities will be limited, and availability cannot be guaranteed. The price for a printed syllabus ordered onsite or after the course is $150. Electrical power for laptop and tablet use will not be available for full-time use by each course attendee throughout the educational sessions. A limited number of power outlets will be available for brief recharging of computers and tablets during the courses. • nteractive, case-based sessions offer expert guidance about situations I you encounter in practice. • Hot-topic discussions cover the latest in pediatric medicine. • xhibits displaying the latest publications and health-care products keep E you up to date. Faculty and Schedule Changes Faculty and schedule information included in this catalogue is accurate as of September 2013. Faculty and schedules are subject to change to accommodate emergent situations. Visit www.aap.org/livecme for faculty and schedule changes as well as other important updates. NEW FOR 2014! • xtend your learning at The Bahamas and Las Vegas courses with speciallyE priced educational offerings on PediaLink®. See pages 6 and 11 for details. • articipate in office-based asthma emergency simulations at the Anaheim P course. See page 10 for details. 2 Register Online at www.aap.org/livecme Call Toll-Free 866/THE-AAP1 (866/843-2271)
  3. 3. Educational session Formats and schedules Each Practical Pediatrics CME Course includes general session lectures and question-and-answer sessions as well as concurrent interactive seminars. Concurrent seminars are repeated each day, giving all course registrants the opportunity to attend three of the concurrent seminars over the course of the activity. See individual course description pages for a list of the concurrent seminars offered at each course and to select those you wish to attend. In addition to educational sessions, courses feature exhibits, break times, and informal networking opportunities. Planned with plenty of free time for leisure activities, these courses provide a perfect mix of CME and RR. Course Schedule Breckenridge, Colorado only Course Day One 1:30pm Registration 3:30-8:05pm General Session Lectures and Question-and-Answer Sessions 8:05pm Adjourn for the Day 8:05-9:00pm Attendee/Faculty Social For individual brochures, including detailed schedules for each course, go to www.aap.org/livecme and click on the course of interest to you. Individual course schedules can also be requested by calling the AAP Customer Service Center at 866/843-2271. Maximum CME Credits for Day One: 4.25 General Course Schedule 7:00am Continental Breakfast 7:30-9:00am Concurrent Seminars 9:00am Course Recess All courses except Breckenridge, Colorado Course Eve Course Day Two 5:00-8:00pm Registration General Session Lectures and 3:45-7:35pm Question-and-Answer Sessions Course Day One 7:35pm 7:00am Maximum CME Credits for Day Two: 5.0 Registration/Continental Breakfast General Session Lectures and 7:30am-12:10pm Question-and-Answer Sessions 12:10pm Box Lunch Break 12:30-2:00pm Concurrent Seminars 2:00pm Adjourn for the Day Adjourn for the Day Course Day Three 7:00am Continental Breakfast 7:30-9:00am Concurrent Seminars 9:00am Course Recess Maximum CME Credits for Day One: 5.75 3:45-7:35pm General Session Lectures and Question-and-Answer Sessions Course Day Two 7:35pm 6:30am Continental Breakfast Maximum CME Credits for Day Three: 5.0 7:00-8:30am Concurrent Seminars Course Day Four 8:40am-1:15pm General Session Lectures and Question-and-Answer Sessions 1:15pm Adjourn for the Day Adjourn for the Day 6:30am Continental Breakfast 7:00-8:30am Concurrent Seminars Maximum CME Credits for Day Two: 5.75 8:40-10:10am General Session Lectures and Question-and-Answer Sessions Course Day Three 10:10am Adjourn 6:30am Continental Breakfast Maximum CME Credits for Day Four: 3.0 7:00-8:30am Concurrent Seminars Maximum AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ for Course: 17.25 General Session Lectures and 8:40am-1:15pm Question-and-Answer Sessions 1:15pm Adjourn Maximum CME Credits for Day Three: 5.75 Maximum AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ for Course: 17.25 The Best Pediatric CME for the Best Pediatric Care 3
  4. 4. The Best Pediatric CME For The Best Pediatric Care 2014 Courses PAGE 5 Breckenridge, CO PAGE 6 January 23-26 Hilton Head Island, SC PAGE 9 PAGE 10 PAGE 12 • Allergy and Immunology • Dermatology • Developmental/Behavioral Pediatrics • Emergency Medicine • Gastroenterology • Orthopaedics Register Online at www.aap.org/livecme Ft. Lauderdale, FL Anaheim, CA June 20-22 • Dermatology • Developmental/Behavioral Pediatrics • Emergency Medicine • Gastroenterology • Otolaryngology • Pulmonology • Developmental/Behavioral Pediatrics • Endocrinology • Infectious Diseases • Neurology • Radiology • Sports Medicine August 29-31 4 • Adolescent Health • Developmental/Behavioral Pediatrics • Infectious Diseases • Rheumatology • Sports Medicine • Urology May 23-25 • Allergy and Immunology • Dermatology • Genetics • Infectious Diseases • Orthopaedics • Psychiatry Las Vegas, NV New York, NY Orlando, FL March 21-23 • Allergy and Immunology • Dermatology • Gastroenterology • Infectious Diseases • Ophthalmology • Orthopaedics May 23-25 PAGE 11 PAGE 7 February 21-23 • Adolescent Health • Allergy and Immunology • Cardiology • Developmental/Behavioral Pediatrics • Infectious Diseases • Sports Medicine PAGE 8 Paradise Island, The Bahamas PAGE 13 San Antonio, TX November 7-9 December 5-7 • Adolescent Health • Dermatology • Developmental/Behavioral Pediatrics • Endocrinology • Gastroenterology • Infectious Diseases • Cardiology • Infectious Diseases • Nephrology • Neurology • Orthopaedics • Pulmonology Call Toll-Free 866/THE-AAP1 (866/843-2271)
  5. 5. Save $150! Register by December 26, 2013. Concurrent Seminars choose three A. valuating a Child for Possible Immune Deficiency: E When to Test, What to Test, and Where to Go Next Dr Fasano B. accine Preventable Diseases V Dr Fisher C. ases in Sexually Transmitted Infections C Dr Holland-Hall D. ediatric Arrhythmias and ECG Case Review P Dr Hammill BRECKENRIDGE, COLORADO Beaver Run Resort and Conference Center January 23-26, 2014 E. Shouldering the Burden: A Hands-on and Case-based Approach to the Shoulder Exam Dr Koutures F. Medical Evaluation of the Child With The Developmental Delay Dr Sandler General Session Lecture Highlights Adolescent Health Cynthia Holland-Hall, MD, MPH, FAAP Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics The Ohio State University College of Medicine Columbus, Ohio Allergy and Immunology Mary Beth Fasano, MD, MSPH, FACAAI, FAAAAI, FAAP Clinical Professor Internal Medicine and Pediatrics University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine Iowa City, Iowa Cardiology William W. Hammill, MD, FACC, FAAP Pediatric Cardiologist Novant Health Heart and Vascular Institute Charlotte, North Carolina Developmental/Behavioral Pediatrics Adrian Sandler, MD, FAAP Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics Medical Director University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Olson Huff Center Mission Children’s Hospital Chapel Hill/Asheville, North Carolina Special group rates beginning at $184 per night, plus tax and Resort Lodging Fee, for single or double occupancy, have been negotiated at the Beaver Run Resort and Conference Center. These rates represent substantial savings from published rates. The cutoff date for reservations at the group rate is December 26, 2013. Call the hotel directly to make your reservations. A limited number of guest rooms have been reserved, and they are assigned based on availability (first-come, first-served). Please be aware that the room block may be filled prior to December 26, 2013; in such a case, neither the group rate nor guest room availability can be guaranteed. The AAP, therefore, recommends that you make your reservations as early as possible. • High Cholesterol and Hypertension: A Growing Epidemic FACULTY Beaver Run Resort and Conference Center 620 Village Road Breckenridge, CO 80424 www.beaverrun.com Direct Phone Number: 970/453-6000 Toll-free Phone Number: 800/265-3560 Guest Fax Number: 970/453-4284 • Asking the Tough Questions: Tips for Interviewing Your Adolescent Patients • Improving the Quality of Pediatric ADHD Management • Heads Up: A Case-based Review of Concussion Management Child Care: For information on child care and activities for children, contact 888/LRN-2SKI (576-2754). • Worms and Other Parasitic Germs • Food Allergy: Are We Closer to a Cure? Maximum AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ for Course: 17.25 This program is accredited for 17.25 NAPNAP CE contact hours of which 3.5 contain pharmacology (Rx) content, (0.5 related to psychopharmacology), per the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) Continuing Education Guidelines. For individual course brochures, including detailed schedules for each course, go to www.aap.org/livecme and click on the course of interest to you. Individual course schedules can also be requested by calling the AAP Customer Service Center at 866/843-2271. Ground Transportation: Breckenridge is located about 80 miles or 1.5 hours from Denver. Daily flights are available to/from Denver International Airport. The AAP has negotiated a discounted rate with Colorado Mountain Express, which operates shared and private transportation from Denver International Airport. Please use discount code, AAP, for online reservations at www.ridecme.com or call 800/525-6363 and say you are with the American Academy of Pediatrics. Rental cars are also available from Denver International Airport. Parking: Self-parking is available at this hotel for a fee. Cancellations: Course cancellations must be received in writing by January 9, 2014 to receive a refund. An administrative charge of $50 will be deducted. Infectious Diseases Meg Fisher, MD, FAAP Medical Director The Children’s Hospital at Monmouth Medical Center Long Branch, New Jersey Sports Medicine Chris G. Koutures, MD, FAAP Pediatric and Sports Medicine Specialist Gladstein and Koutures Anaheim Hills, California Course Director William Hennrikus, MD, FAAOS, FAAP Professor of Orthopaedics and Pediatrics Associate Dean of Education Penn State College of Medicine Hershey, Pennsylvania Historic and charming, Breckenridge is known for its welcoming vibe and casual atmosphere that extends from the Victorian mining town to the ski resort summit. Nestled in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, Breckenridge is higher than most Colorado towns at 9,600 feet above sea level. With its high-Alpine climate, Breckenridge celebrates 300 inches of snowfall and 300 days of sunshine per year, creating the ultimate year-round playground. In January, there are many things to do in addition to skiing. Taste excitement with a dog sled tour, cozy up on a sleigh ride, or get pampered at a spa. Breckenridge was a town long before it was a ski resort and has a rich history of gold finds, exploration, booms, and busts. Home to the largest historic district in Colorado, the town features a new welcome center, heritage tours, and treasures that await your discovery. The bustling town is known as the perfect place to shop. With over 200 stores to choose from, visitors enjoy quaint storefronts featuring art galleries, chic boutiques, jewelry, antiques, housewares and home furnishings, sporting goods, and clothing. More than 75 restaurants will tempt your taste buds with fare to satisfy appetites from elegant dining to affordable bar food. Breckenridge is also known for its nonstop nightlife, with amazing scenic happy hour decks, historic lively saloons, and hip music scene. For more information, please visit www.gobreck.com. The Best Pediatric CME for the Best Pediatric Care 5
  6. 6. Concurrent Seminars choose three A. Topics in ID Hot Dr Dennehy B. Common GI Problems in Childhood Dr Hill Save $150! Register by January 24, 2014. PARADISE ISLAND, THE BAHAMAS Atlantis Paradise Island Resort and Casino February 21-23, 2014 Session registrants will participate in chart audits prior to the course to improve their diagnosis and management of reflux and will have the opportunity to earn MOC™ Part 4 points by registering for the EQIPP module on reflux at a special price made available only to seminar participants. C. Interpreting Allergy Tests Dr Kelso D. Direct Ophthalmoscopy for the Pediatrician: How to Use One of the Most Powerful Instruments in Your Office Dr Lichtenstein E. Musculoskeletal Physical Examination Dr Phillips F. Life-threatening Pediatric Dermatoses Dr Treadwell General Session Lecture Highlights FACULTY Allergy and Immunology John M. Kelso, MD, FAAP Clinical Professor of Pediatrics University of California San Diego School of Medicine Division of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology Scripps Clinic San Diego, California Dermatology Patricia A. Treadwell, MD, FAAD, FAAP Professor of Pediatrics Indiana University School of Medicine Indianapolis, Indiana Gastroenterology Ivor D. Hill, MD, MB, ChB, FAAP Professor of Pediatrics Section Chief of Pediatric Gastroenterology The Ohio State University College of Medicine Nationwide Children’s Hospital Columbus, Ohio Infectious Diseases Penelope H. Dennehy, MD, FAAP Professor and Vice Chair for Academic Affairs, Department of Pediatrics Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown University Providence, Rhode Island Ophthalmology Steven J. Lichtenstein, MD, FACS, FAAO, FAAP Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery and Pediatrics Medical Director of Pediatric Ophthalmology University of Illinois College of Medicine at Peoria/Chicago Children’s Hospital of Illinois Illinois Eye Center Peoria, Illinois Orthopaedics William A. Phillips, MD, FACS, FAAP Professor, Orthopaedic Surgery and Pediatrics Chief, Pediatric Orthopaedics and Scoliosis Baylor College of Medicine Texas Children’s Hospital Houston, Texas Course Director William Hennrikus, MD, FAAOS, FAAP Professor of Orthopaedics and Pediatrics Associate Dean of Education Penn State College of Medicine Hershey, Pennsylvania 6 • Chronic Abdominal Pain in Childhood: Who Suffers Most, the Patient or Physician? • Orthopaedic Aspects of Child Abuse • Skin Manifestations of Collagen Vascular Disorders • Understanding Strabismus, Amblyopia, and the Meaning of “Lazy Eye” • What Determines Asthma Control? • Bone and Joint Infections: New Guidelines for Management Maximum AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ for Course: 17.25 The Atlantis Paradise Island Resort has multiple resort towers. The AAP special group rates are: Beach Tower (close to meeting space): $229 Coral Tower (close to meeting space): $239 Royal Tower (main signature tower): $269 Cove (luxury): $369 The above rates do not include taxes and levies totaling 18% per night. Guests are also responsible to pay three additional fees: a one-time bellman fee charge of $6 for every guest 12 and older; a $1.60 per person per night pool/lifeguard fee for every guest 12 years and older; and a $5 per person per night housekeeping fee. AAP guests are exempt from the additional resort utility service fee. Third and fourth guests, aged 12 and up, will be charged a rate of $50 per person, per night, plus the applicable resort charges. The cutoff date for reservations at the group rate is January 24, 2014. Call the hotel directly to make your reservations. A limited number of guest rooms have been reserved, and they are assigned based on availability (first-come, first-served). Please be aware that the room block may be filled prior to January 24, 2014; in such a case, neither the group rate nor guest room availability can be guaranteed. The AAP, therefore, recommends that you make your reservations as early as possible. Meals: The AAP rates do not qualify our guests for any Atlantis meal plan or other offers. While food at the resort can be costly, reasonably priced meals are available at pool and beach-side outlets as well as at several restaurants both on and off the property. Child Care/Activities: Atlantis has a full child care center. Visit www.atlantis.com for information. This program is accredited for 17.25 NAPNAP CE contact hours of which 3.0 contain pharmacology (Rx) content, (0 related to psychopharmacology), per the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) Continuing Education Guidelines. Dining Reservations: Call the dining specialist tollfree at 888/526-0386 for fine dining reservations. Fine dining options fill up well in advance, so it is recommended that you call for reservations as soon as your hotel reservation is confirmed. See hotel policies on cancellations. For individual course brochures, including detailed schedules for each course, go to www.aap.org/livecme and click on the course of interest to you. Individual course schedules can also be requested by calling the AAP Customer Service Center at 866/843-2271. Ground Transportation: Taxi service is the preferred option for transportation to/from Nassau International Airport. The cost is approximately $36 each way. Shuttle service is also available. Atlantis Paradise Island Resort and Casino 1 Casino Drive Paradise Island Nassau, The Bahamas http://www.atlantis.com/myevent/practicalpediatrics.aspx Toll-Free Phone Number: 800/386-4786 Guest Fax Number: 242/363-3524 Use Group Code FAAPF14 to register online or by phone. Parking: Valet parking ($10 per day) and self-parking ($5 per day) are available at this resort. Travel Documents: See page 14 for information on required travel documents. Cancellations: Course cancellations must be received in writing by February 7, 2014 to receive a refund. An administrative charge of $50 will be deducted. With the lure of a big city and the ease of a tropical utopia, Nassau and Paradise Island in The Bahamas are considered by many to be, well, paradise. Nassau, the capital of The Bahamas, is a bustling metropolitan hub full of culture and modern amenities. To the north lies Paradise Island, 685 acres of pure euphoria, developed almost exclusively to delight and accommodate visitors. The island has resorts, hotels, restaurants, shops, nightlife, a golf course, an aquarium and a casino. English is spoken here, and American currency is welcome. Paradise Island brings families together, simply because it makes parents begin acting like children themselves. This transformation is easy when you’re surrounded by so many things to do as a family—beaches, water parks, snorkeling, dolphins, and trips to an underwater world. Activities on the water include—but are not limited to— diving, swimming with dolphins, fishing, sailing, sunset cruises, kite boarding, and power boating to cays and private islands. For a change of pace, you can visit downtown Nassau for shopping on Bay Street or the Straw Market. Take a horse-and-buggy tour to see historic Balcony House, Pompey Museum, the National Art Gallery, and the changing of the guard at Government House. Then visit Arawak Cay for a genuine Bahamian-style lunch with fresh seafood and cold drinks. For more information, please visit www.bahamas.com. Register Online at www.aap.org/livecme Call Toll-Free 866/THE-AAP1 (866/843-2271)
  7. 7. Concurrent Seminars choose three A. Update on Sexually Transmitted Infections in Adolescents Dr Alderman B. Behavioral Strategies You Can Use Now Six Dr Blum C. Sports Medicine Cases Dr Gregory D. Alternative Medicine: Sense and Nonsense Dr Offit ORLANDO, FLORIDA E. Musculoskeletal and Skin Exam: Rheumatology Diagnosis by Physical Findings Dr Wagner-Weiner March 21-23, 2014 F. Evaluation and Management of Disorders of Sex Development Dr Yerkes Disney’s Contemporary Resort FACULTY Adolescent Health General Session Lecture Highlights • Recurrent Non-febrile Urinary Tract Infections Elizabeth Alderman, MD, FSAHM, FAAP Professor of Clinical Pediatrics Albert Einstein College of Medicine Children’s Hospital at Montefiore Bronx, New York • Transition to Adulthood for Children With Developmental Disabilities: Whose Responsibilities, What Resources? Developmental/Behavioral Pediatrics • Unvaccinated: The Strange and Rather Surprising History of Vaccine Exemptions Nathan J. Blum, MD, FAAP Professor of Pediatrics Director, Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Program Director, Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics Fellowship Program Division of Child Development, Rehabilitation, and Metabolic Disease The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Infectious Diseases Paul Offit, MD, FAAP Chief, Division of Infectious Diseases Professor of Pediatrics The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Rheumatology Linda Wagner-Weiner, MD, FAAP Associate Professor of Pediatrics University of Chicago Chicago, Illinois Sports Medicine Andrew J.M. Gregory, MD, FAAP Associate Professor of Orthopedics and Pediatrics Vanderbilt University School of Medicine Nashville, Tennessee Urology Elizabeth B. Yerkes, MD, FAAP Associate Professor of Urology Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Chicago, Illinois Course Director Tracy M. Evans-Ramsey, MD, FAAP Private Practice East Bay Pediatrics Berkeley, California • Sudden Death in Young Athletes • Differential Diagnosis of Musculoskeletal Pain • What’s New in Contraception? Maximum AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ for Course: 17.25 This program is accredited for 17.25 NAPNAP CE contact hours of which 3.0 contain pharmacology (Rx) content, (0.25 related to psychopharmacology), per the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) Continuing Education Guidelines. For individual course brochures, including detailed schedules for each course, go to www.aap.org/livecme and click on the course of interest to you. Individual course schedules can also be requested by calling the AAP Customer Service Center at 866/843-2271. Disney’s Contemporary Resort 4600 North World Drive Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830 www.disneyworld.disney.go.com/ resorts/contemporary-resort/ Direct Phone Number: 407/824-1000 Toll-free Phone Number: 800/WDISNEY Guest Fax Number: 407/824-3539 Special group rates beginning at $200 per night, plus tax, for single or double occupancy, have been negotiated at Disney’s Contemporary Resort. These rates represent substantial savings from published rates. The cutoff date for reservations at the group rate is February 21, 2014. Call the hotel directly to make your reservations. A limited number of guest rooms have been reserved, and they are assigned based on availability (first-come, first-served). Please be aware that the room block may be filled prior to February 21, 2014; in such a case, neither the group rate nor guest room availability can be guaranteed. The AAP, therefore, recommends that you make your reservations as early as possible. Ground Transportation: For information on shuttle service from the Orlando International Airport, contact Disney’s Magical Express at 407/939-6244. Complimentary service is available for guests staying at the Contemporary Resort. Paid shuttle and taxi service is also available. Once onsite, Disney provides a wide range of complimentary transportation options throughout the day. These may not be available in the early morning, prior to the start of the course educational sessions. Attendees choosing to stay at alternative hotels/resorts are responsible for their own transportation to the Contemporary Resort. Parking: Complimentary self-parking is available for all AAP attendees staying at Disney’s Contemporary Resort. Cancellations: Course cancellations must be received in writing by March 7, 2014 to receive a refund. An administrative charge of $50 will be deducted. Save $150! Register by February 21, 2014. You can go to Orlando and avoid the parks, but do you really want to? With the world’s highest concentration of theme parks, America’s playground offers elaborate escapes from the real world. Heavy-hitters like Disney’s Magic Kingdom and Epcot anchor the entertainment line-up, while niche offerings like Gatorland, the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Orlando, and SeaWorld fill in any imaginable gaps. The Kennedy Space Center is another popular attraction. You’ll experience an interactive simulation where you can feel what it’s like to be an astronaut. Then tour the launch areas and rockets, meet veteran astronauts, and, if you’re lucky, catch a real-life rocket launch. In a place as manufactured as Orlando, it may surprise you to learn how many opportunities there are to see animalsboth captive and wild. There are animals galore at Orlando’s parks, or you can join an airboat tour of the wetlands or kayak or hike to spot critters in their natural habitats. Organized ghost tours focus on spooky stories from the past, or you can join a history expert on a walking tour of downtown Orlando to see how the city has changed over the years. Orlando is a great family spot, but the area’s nightlife, shopping, spas, and golf draw visitors of all ages. For more information, please visit www.visitorlando.com. The Best Pediatric CME for the Best Pediatric Care 7
  8. 8. Save $150! Concurrent Seminars choose three A. Genetics and Dysmorphology: Diagnosis and Management Dr Jewett B. Interesting ID Cases Dr Krilov C. Day in the Life of an Allergist: Case-by-Case A Dr Lester HILTON HEAD ISLAND, SOUTH CAROLINA Hilton Head Marriott Resort and Spa May 23-25, 2014 Memorial Day Weekend D. Psychopharmacology in Primary Care: Practical Strategies Dr Penn E. Pediatric Orthopaedic Jeopardy Dr Scherl F. Rational Approaches to Topical Therapies for Skin Diseases Dr Yan General Session Lecture Highlights • DSM 5: What Pediatricians Need to Know FACULTY Allergy and Immunology Mitchell R. Lester, MD, FAAAAI, FAAP Private Practice Fairfield County Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology Associates New England Food Allergy Treatment Center Norwalk/West Hartford, Connecticut Dermatology Albert C. Yan, MD, FAAD, FAAP Associate Professor, Pediatrics and Dermatology Chief, Pediatric Dermatology Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Genetics Tamison Jewett, MD, FACMG, FAAP Professor of Pediatrics Director of Clinical Genetic and Services Department of Pediatrics, Section on Medical Genetics Wake Forest School of Medicine Winston-Salem, North Carolina Infectious Diseases Leonard R. Krilov, MD, FIDSA, FAAP Professor of Pediatrics Chief, Pediatric Infectious Disease State University of New York Stony Brook School of Medicine Children’s Medical Center Winthrop University Mineola, New York • Pertussis or Still Coughing After All These Months! • Care of the Child With Down Syndrome • Skim Milk? Why We Are Talking About Got Vitamin D and Obesity in Allergic Disease • Obesity and Musculoskeletal Problems in Children • Hemangiomas and Vascular Anomalies: When to Worry? Maximum AMA PRA Category 1 Credits for Course: 17.25 ™ This program is accredited for 17.25 NAPNAP CE contact hours of which 1.75 contain pharmacology (Rx) content, (1.0 related to psychopharmacology), per the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) Continuing Education Guidelines. For individual course brochures, including detailed schedules for each course, go to www.aap.org/livecme and click on the course of interest to you. Individual course schedules can also be requested by calling the AAP Customer Service Center at 866/843-2271. Register by April 25, 2014. Hilton Head Marriott Resort and Spa 1 Hotel Circle Hilton Head Island, SC 29928 www.marriott.com Direct Phone Number: 843/686-8400 Toll-free Phone Number: 888/511-5086 Guest Fax Number: 843/686-8450 Special group rates beginning at $219 per night, plus tax, for single or double occupancy, have been negotiated at the Hilton Head Marriott Resort and Spa. These rates represent substantial savings from published rates. The cutoff date for reservations at the group rate is April 25, 2014. Call the hotel directly to make your reservations. A limited number of guest rooms have been reserved, and they are assigned based on availability (first-come, first-served). Please be aware that the room block may be filled prior to April 25, 2014; in such a case, neither the group rate nor guest room availability can be guaranteed. The AAP, therefore, recommends that you make your reservations as early as possible. Ground Transportation: Shuttle service is available through K Shuttle Service. A link will be provided to their website approximately one month prior to the course for attendees to make their shuttle reservations. Watch for an announcement on the course website. Parking: Valet and complimentary self-parking are available for all Hilton Head Marriott Resort and Spa guests. Cancellations: Course cancellations must be received in writing by May 9, 2014 to receive a refund. An administrative charge of $50 will be deducted. Orthopaedics Susan A. Scherl, MD, FAAOS, FAAP Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery The University of Nebraska Omaha, Nebraska Psychiatry Joseph V. Penn, MD, CCHP, FAPA Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences University of Texas Medical Branch Galveston, Texas Course Director Todd A. Mahr, MD, FAAAAI, FAAP Clinical Adjunct Professor, Department of Pediatrics University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health Madison, Wisconsin 8 Internationally known Hilton Head Island is located off the Atlantic coast of South Carolina, 90 miles south of Charleston. The island offers world-class golf, award-winning dining, superior shopping, and endless recreational outlets for lovers of land and sea. Hilton Head’s pristine natural environment offers a relaxing, hospitable atmosphere with subtle signage and no neon lights. Fertile salt marshes, networks of lagoons and creeks, forests of moss-draped oaks, magnolias, pines, and palmettos, and 12 miles of sandy beaches are interspersed with championship golf courses, tennis courts, fine restaurants, and luxurious hotels and resorts. Warmed year-round by the Gulf Stream, the island’s average daytime temperature is a mild 70°F. Some of the many outdoor activities on Hilton Head are biking, kayaking, sailing, surfing, scuba diving, waterskiing, fishing and crabbing, horseback riding, and dolphin-watching cruises. Golf is the major activity—visitors should check ahead to see which of the island’s more than 25 courses offer public tee times. Hilton Head also boasts a flourishing cultural community of fine art, music, and theatrical venues. There are over 250 restaurants, ranging from fast-food to all types of gourmet dining. And you’ll find more than 200 shops, from elegant boutiques and art galleries to outlet malls featuring designer brands at significant savings. For more information, please go to www.hiltonheadisland.org. Register Online at www.aap.org/livecme Call Toll-Free 866/THE-AAP1 (866/843-2271)
  9. 9. Concurrent Seminars choose three Millennium Broadway Hotel 145 West 44th Street New York, NY 10036 www.millenniumhotelnyc.com Direct Phone Number: 212/768-4400 Toll-free Phone Number: 800/622-5569 Guest Fax Number: 212/768-0847 A. Interesting ID Cases Dr Edwards B. Headaches From A to Z Dr Fisher C. Challenging Cases in Developmental/ Behavioral Pediatrics Dr Macias NEW YORK, NEW YORK Millennium Broadway Hotel May 23-25, 2014 Memorial Day Weekend FACULTY Developmental/Behavioral Pediatrics Michelle Macias, MD, FAAP Professor of Pediatrics and Director, Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics Medical University of South Carolina Charleston, South Carolina Endocrinology Robert P. Schwartz, MD, FAAP Professor Emeritus of Pediatrics Wake Forest School of Medicine Winston-Salem, North Carolina D. Motivational Interviewing: A Communication Style to Reduce Resistance to Behavior Change (Friday only, 2 hours) Dr Schwartz E. Evaluation and Management of the Child With Small Stature (Saturday and Sunday Only) Dr Schwartz F. Challenges and Solutions in Pediatric Interventional Radiology: Impacting Patients’ Lives Dr Shiels G. Evaluation of the Young Ankle and Knee Dr Stricker General Session Lecture Highlights • Strength Training in Children: To Lift or Not to Lift? • ullying and Ostracism: Prevention and Intervention B • edical Imaging Options and Choices for Common M Pediatric Disorders • New Antibiotics/Guidelines • Advances in Pediatric Radiology for the Pediatrician Infectious Diseases A limited number of guest rooms have been reserved, and they are assigned based on availability (first-come, first-served). Please be aware that the room block may be filled prior to April 25, 2014; in such a case, neither the group rate nor guest room availability can be guaranteed. The AAP, therefore, recommends that you make your reservations as early as possible. Ground Transportation: For information on shuttle service from the LaGuardia, JFK or Newark Airports, contact Airlink NYC at www.goairlinkshuttle.com or 877/599-8200. Taxi service is also available. Parking: Valet parking is available at the Millennium Broadway Hotel for a fee. Cancellations: Course cancellations must be received in writing by May 9, 2014 to receive a refund. An administrative charge of $50 will be deducted. • Not Everything That Shakes is a Seizure Morven S. Edwards, MD, FAAP Professor of Pediatrics Baylor College of Medicine Texas Children’s Hospital Houston, Texas Special group rates beginning at $214 per night, plus tax, for single or double occupancy, have been negotiated at the Millennium Broadway Hotel. These rates represent substantial savings from published rates. The cutoff date for reservations at the group rate is April 25, 2014. Call the hotel directly to make your reservations. Maximum AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ for Course: 17.25 Neurology Paul Graham Fisher, MD, FAAP Professor, Neurology and Pediatrics, and by Courtesy, Neurosurgery and Human Biology The Beirne Family Professor of Pediatric Neuro-Oncology Chief, Division of Child Neurology The Bing Director, Program in Human Biology Stanford University Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford, California This program is accredited for 17.25 NAPNAP CE contact hours of which 1.75 contain pharmacology (Rx) content, (0.5 related to psychopharmacology), per the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) Continuing Education Guidelines. For individual course brochures, including detailed schedules for each course, go to www.aap.org/livecme and click on the course of interest to you. Individual course schedules can also be requested by calling the AAP Customer Service Center at 866/843-2271. Save $150! Register by April 25, 2014. Radiology William E. Shiels II, DO Chairman, Department of Radiology Nationwide Children’s Hospital Columbus, Ohio Sports Medicine Paul Stricker, MD, FAAP Youth Sports Medicine Specialist Scripps Clinic Carmel Valley San Diego, California Course Director Dwight A. Powell, MD, FAAP Emeritus Professor of Pediatrics The Ohio State University College of Medicine Nationwide Children’s Hospital Columbus, Ohio Warm weather makes May a great time to visit New York City and avoid the summer crowds. New York’s size and diversity offer something for everyone. Especially noteworthy in May is Fleet Week, America’s premier tribute and “thank you” to the men and women who serve in the armed forces. Fleet Week features dozens of military demonstrations and displays as well as public tours of ships and a Memorial Day ceremony. The Metropolitan Museum of Art houses more than 2 million works of art from around the world and throughout history, and the city’s many other museums, including the MOMA, the Guggenheim, and the Whitney all offer such vast and diverse collections that there’s sure to be something that appeals to you. Grand Central Terminal is another “must-see.” With all of its renovations and its beautiful Beaux-Arts architecture, Grand Central has become much more than just a hub for transportation, it features many shops and dining opportunities available to visitors. You’ll also enjoy the Staten Island Ferry, a free ferry from lower Manhattan to Staten Island used by commuters and tourists wanting a view of the harbor and the Statue of Liberty. The 843 acres of Central Park have offered a welcome escape from the concrete jungle of New York City for over 150 years. You can take a walk or a boat ride or just enjoy a picnic in Central Park and discover for yourself why the park is so popular. For more information, please visit www.nycgo.com. The Best Pediatric CME for the Best Pediatric Care 9
  10. 10. Save $150! Concurrent Seminars choose three A. Office-Based Asthma Emergencies Simulation Dr Ackerman Participants in these sessions will experience the management of office-based emergencies utilizing human patient simulators. B. Challenging Pediatric GI Cases Dr Bousvaros C. Pediatric Dermatology Potpourri Dr Ghali ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel and Spa June 20-22, 2014 D. Noisy Airway: Evaluation of Stridor The in the Infant and Child Dr Mair E. Head Injuries: Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Dr Santucci F. ADHD: Old, New, Borrowed, Blue Dr Schonwald General Session Lecture Highlights FACULTY • Toxic Stress and the Developing Child Dermatology Fred E. Ghali, MD, FAAD, FAAP Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Dermatology University of Texas Southwestern Medical School Dallas, Texas • Tube Otorrhea: Management of the Leaky Tube • Technology Dependent Children: Pearls for the Primary Care Physician • Psychiatric Emergencies Developmental/Behavioral Pediatrics • Obesity and Overweight: What Works? Alison Schonwald, MD, FAAP Assistant Professor in Pediatrics Harvard Medical School Cambridge, Massachusetts • Cutaneous Manifestations of Systemic Disease Emergency Medicine Karen Santucci, MD, FAAP Associate Professor of Pediatrics Medical Director and Section Chief of Pediatric Emergency Medicine Yale University School of Medicine New Haven Children’s Hospital New Haven, Connecticut Gastroenterology Athos Bousvaros, MD, MPH, AGAF, FACG Associate Professor of Pediatrics Children’s Hospital Boston Harvard Medical School Boston, Massachusetts Maximum AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ for Course: 17.25 This program is accredited for 17.25 NAPNAP CE contact hours of which 1.0 contain pharmacology (Rx) content, (0 related to psychopharmacology), per the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) Continuing Education Guidelines. For individual course brochures, including detailed schedules for each course, go to www.aap.org/livecme and click on the course of interest to you. Individual course schedules can also be requested by calling the AAP Customer Service Center at 866/843-2271. Register by May 23, 2014. Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel and Spa 1600 South Disneyland Drive Anaheim, CA 92802 www.disneylandmeetings.com Direct Phone Number: 714/635-2300 Guest Fax Number: 714/300-7300 Special group rates beginning at $199 per night, plus tax, for single or double occupancy, have been negotiated at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel and Spa. These rates represent substantial savings from published rates. The cutoff date for reservations at the group rate is May 23, 2014. Call the hotel directly to make your reservations. A limited number of guest rooms have been reserved, and they are assigned based on availability (first-come, first-served). Please be aware that the room block may be filled prior to May 23, 2014; in such a case, neither the group rate nor guest room availability can be guaranteed. The AAP, therefore, recommends that you make your reservations as early as possible. Ground Transportation: Disneyland Resort Express has direct scheduled service between Los Angeles International Airport, Orange County/John Wayne Airport, and the Disneyland Resort and the Anaheim area hotels. No reservations required. For schedules and pricing call toll-free at 800/828-6699 or visit www.graylineanaheim.com. Shuttle services are also available from Super Shuttle. Book online at www.supershuttle.com. Taxi Service is also available. Parking: Self-parking and valet parking with in and out privileges are available to hotel guests for a fee. Self-parking and valet parking without in and out privileges are available to those not staying at the hotel for a fee. Cancellations: Course cancellations must be received in writing by June 6, 2014 to receive a refund. An administrative charge of $50 will be deducted. Otolaryngology Eric A. Mair, MD, FACS, FAAP Adjunct Clinical Professor of Pediatrics University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, North Carolina Pulmonology Veda L. Ackerman, MD, FCCP, FAAP Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Section of Pediatric Pulmonology, Allergy, and Sleep Medicine Section of Pediatric Critical Care Riley Hospital for Children Indiana University School of Medicine Indianapolis, Indiana Course Director Marilyn Augustyn, MD, FAAP Associate Professor of Pediatrics Boston University School of Medicine Boston, Massachusetts 10 Situated between Los Angeles and San Diego in the heart of sunny Southern California is Anaheim/Orange County, a unique region with a creative spirit and a diverse range of activities that make it one of the nation’s most popular destinations. Anaheim is the center of excitement, cultural exploration, and endless possibilities in Orange County. Here you can experience Disneyland and also explore the wonders of Disney California Adventure® Park, with the visually spectacular World of Color, a dazzling nighttime show that weaves water, color, fire, and light into a kaleidoscope of fantasy. Or visit Downtown Disney® District, a lively array of outdoor vendors, specialty shops, and one-of-a-kind restaurants, like Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen. You’ll also enjoy Anaheim Garden Walk, Orange County’s newest oasis of outdoor shopping, dining, and entertainment. Just down the street is a bustling district of unique eateries, retail shops, the City National Grove of Anaheim (a concert entertainment center), and sports venues where you can catch MLB’s Angels at the Angel Stadium of Anaheim. A new attraction is Founders’ Park, a museum for historic artifacts that includes a full-sized windmill, historically inspired gardens, and walkways and trails with interpretive panels depicting the area’s history. For more information, please visit www.anaheimoc.org. Register Online at www.aap.org/livecme Call Toll-Free 866/THE-AAP1 (866/843-2271)
  11. 11. Concurrent Seminars choose three A. Common GI Problems Dr Di Lorenzo B. Bullies: Changing the Paradigm: Workshop on Teaching Children How Not to be Victims Dr Greenberg C. Asthma Pop Quiz Dr Hogan D. and Knee Exam Hip Dr Shaw LAS VEGAS, NEVADA Bellagio Las Vegas August 29-31, 2014 Labor Day Weekend FACULTY Allergy and Immunology Angela D. Hogan, MD, FAAAAI, FAAP Associate Professor of Pediatrics Eastern Virginia Medical School, Children’s Specialty Group Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters Norfolk, Virginia Dermatology Miriam Weinstein, MD, FRCPS, FAAP Associate Professor of Paediatrics and Medicine Hospital for Sick Children Toronto, Ontario, Canada Developmental/Behavioral Pediatrics Doris M. Greenberg, MD, FAAP Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics Mercer University School of Medicine Savannah, Georgia Emergency Medicine Joan E. Shook, MD, MBA, FACEP, FAAP Professor of Pediatrics Baylor College of Medicine Houston Houston, Texas Gastroenterology Carlo Di Lorenzo, MD Chief, Division of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition Nationwide Children’s Hospital Columbus, Ohio Session registrants will have the opportunity to reinforce their learning by registering for the PediaLink™ course on hip and knee exam at a special price made available only to seminar participants. E. Pediatric Head Injury: What’s New and What to Do About It Dr Shook F. Birthmark Bingo! Dr Weinstein General Session Lecture Highlights • Light and Dark: An Approach to Pigmentary Disorders of the Skin • Allergy Myth Busters Bellagio Las Vegas 3600 Las Vegas Boulevard Las Vegas, NV 89109 www.bellagio.com Direct Phone Number: 402/693-7111 Toll-free Phone Number: 888/987-6667 Guest Fax Number: 702/693-8547 Special group rates beginning at $174 on weeknights and $254 on Friday and Saturday per night, plus tax, for single or double occupancy, have been negotiated at Bellagio Las Vegas. These rates represent substantial savings from published rates. These rates do not include the $15 daily resort fee. The cutoff date for reservations at the group rate is August 1, 2014. Call the hotel directly to make your reservations. A limited number of guest rooms have been reserved, and they are assigned based on availability (first-come, first-served). Please be aware that the room block may be filled prior to August 1, 2014; in such a case, neither the group rate nor guest room availability can be guaranteed. The AAP, therefore, recommends that you make your reservations as early as possible. Ground Transportation: Shuttle and taxi service are available from the McCarran International Airport. Parking: Complimentary self-parking is available for all Bellagio Las Vegas guests. Valet parking is available for a fee. • Pharmacology of ADHD • Fractures Not to Miss • GI Co-morbidities of Obesity • Febrile Seizures: What’s New? Maximum AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ for Course: 17.25 This program is accredited for 17.25 NAPNAP CE contact hours of which 1.75 contain pharmacology (Rx) content, (0.5 related to psychopharmacology), per the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) Continuing Education Guidelines. For individual course brochures, including detailed schedules for each course, go to www.aap.org/livecme and click on the course of interest to you. Individual course schedules can also be requested by calling the AAP Customer Service Center at 866/843-2271. Cancellations: Course cancellations must be received in writing by August 15, 2014 to receive a refund. An administrative charge of $50 will be deducted. Save $150! Register by August 1, 2014. Orthopaedics Brian A. Shaw, MD, FAAOS, FAAP Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery University of Colorado School of Medicine Children’s Hospital Colorado and Memorial Hospital Denver/Colorado Springs, Colorado Course Director Todd A. Mahr, MD, FAAAAI, FAAP Clinical Adjunct Professor, Department of Pediatrics University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health Madison, Wisconsin For decades, Las Vegas has occupied a singular place in America’s cultural spectrum. Elvis impersonators, show girls, and neon lights are some of the most familiar emblems of Las Vegas culture, but they are only part of the story. In recent years, Las Vegas has secured its place on the cultural map. From the highbrow to the kitschy, you can bet on Las Vegas to deliver a well-rounded dose of art and culture. The National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement (The Mob Museum) is an interactive museum presenting a bold and authentic view of organized crime’s impact on Las Vegas’ history and its unique imprint on America and the world. Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition showcases authentic artifacts recovered from two and one-half miles below the surface of the North Atlantic. Visitors can view many never-before-seen items including gaming chips, passenger personal papers, and decorative sections from the famed Grand Staircase. The National Atomic Testing Museum is a repository for one of the most comprehensive collections of nuclear history. Included are thousands of rare photographs, videos, artifacts, and scientific data from the Nevada Test Site, the Cold War, and nuclear science and technology. For more information, please visit www.visitlasvegas.com. The Best Pediatric CME for the Best Pediatric Care 11
  12. 12. Save $150! Concurrent Seminars choose three A. Lipid Disorders in Children: Etiology and Treatment Dr Boney B. Constipation and Encopresis Dr Heyman C. Name That Rash: Common Pediatric Dermatology Diagnoses Dr Horii D. Behavioral Counseling: Tips for the Busy Clinician Dr Miller FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA E. Adolescent Challenges in Primary Care Dr Sifuentes Westin Beach Resort and Spa at Fort Lauderdale F. Fever and Rash: When to Worry and When to Relax Dr Starke November 7-9, 2014 General Session Lecture Highlights • Early Onset Inflammatory Bowel Disease • 15 Cent Developmental Test: Using The Children’s Drawing and Writing Samples in Primary Care Settings FACULTY Adolescent Health Monica Sifuentes, MD, FAAP Professor of Clinical Pediatrics David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA Los Angeles, California Dermatology Kimberly A. Horii, MD, FAAD, FAAP Associate Professor of Pediatrics University of Missouri, Kansas City School of Medicine Children’s Mercy Hospitals and Clinics Division of Dermatology Kansas City, Missouri Developmental/Behavioral Pediatrics Karen J. Miller, MD, FAAP Associate Professor of Pediatrics Tufts University School of Medicine Boston, Massachusetts Endocrinology Charlotte Boney, MD, MS Professor of Pediatrics and Chief, Pediatric Endocrinology Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown University Hasbro Children’s Hospital Providence, Rhode Island • Diagnosis and Management of Tuberculosis Infection in Children: When and How to Use Those New Blood Tests • Pustule, Vesicle, or Scale? Superficial Skin Infections in Children • Delayed Puberty: Normal Variants Versus Pathology • Sexually Transmitted Infections in Adolescents Maximum AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ for Course: 17.25 This program is accredited for 17.25 NAPNAP CE contact hours of which 2.5 contain pharmacology (Rx) content, (0.5 related to psychopharmacology), per the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) Continuing Education Guidelines. For individual course brochures, including detailed schedules for each course, go to www.aap.org/livecme and click on the course of interest to you. Individual course schedules can also be requested by calling the AAP Customer Service Center at 866/843-2271. Register by October 10, 2014. Westin Beach Resort and Spa at Fort Lauderdale 321 North Fort Lauderdale Beach Boulevard Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304 www.westin.com/fortlauderdalebeach Direct Phone Number: 954/467-1111 Toll-free Phone Number: 800/937-8461 Guest Fax Number: 954/462-2342 Special group rates beginning at $189 per night, plus tax, for single or double occupancy, have been negotiated at the Westin Beach Resort and Spa at Fort Lauderdale. These rates represent substantial savings from published rates. The cutoff date for reservations at the group rate is October 10, 2014. Call the hotel directly to make your reservations or look for a housing reservations link to be published at a later date on the PPC’s website. A limited number of guest rooms have been reserved, and they are assigned based on availability (first-come, first-served). Please be aware that the room block may be filled prior to October 10, 2014; in such a case, neither the group rate nor guest room availability can be guaranteed. The AAP, therefore, recommends that you make your reservations as early as possible. Child Care: Westin Kids Club is available for children ages 4-12. Half day and full day programs are available. Ground Transportation: For information on shuttle service from the Fort Lauderdale International Airport, contact Airport Shuttle, Inc. at 877/544-4646 or http://goairportshuttle.com/city/fla1. Taxi service is also available. Parking: Onsite valet parking is available for a fee. Numerous self-park options are available nearby for a fee. Cancellations: Course cancellations must be received in writing by October 24, 2014 to receive a refund. An administrative charge of $50 will be deducted. Gastroenterology Melvin Heyman, MD, MPH, FAAP Professor of Pediatrics University of California San Francisco San Francisco, California Infectious Diseases Jeffrey R. Starke, MD, FAAP Professor of Pediatrics Baylor College of Medicine Houston, Texas Course Director Daniel P. Krowchuk, MD, FAAP Professor of Pediatrics and Dermatology Wake Forest School of Medicine Winston-Salem, North Carolina 12 It’s not your parents’ Fort Lauderdale! The area was once known as a haven for partying college students on spring break, made famous by the 1960 movie, “Where the Boys Are.” But Fort Lauderdale today has become a popular recreation spot for everyone—couples, families with children, and, yes, even a few college students. It is the seat of Broward County in South Florida, a county that encompasses 1,197 square miles and 23 miles of Atlantic Ocean beach. The famous Florida Everglades occupy two thirds of the county, and the 300 miles of navigable waterways give Broward County the nickname “Venice of America.” It’s always playtime in Fort Lauderdale, which has a year-round tropical climate. The average annual high temperature is 76° F, and there are 3,000 hours of sunshine a year. The ocean is ideal for all water sports—swimming, sailing, windsurfing, water skiing, boating, fishing, snorkeling, and scuba diving, to name a few. This is one of the few areas in the world where both freshwater and salt water fishing are readily available. In addition to more than 200 freshwater species that can be caught in the county’s lakes, there are deep water fishing fleets located in each of the seven cities that line the Atlantic coast along with four municipal piers. There are 56 golf courses in Broward County and more than 550 public and private tennis courts. For more information, please visit www.sunny.org. Register Online at www.aap.org/livecme Call Toll-Free 866/THE-AAP1 (866/843-2271)
  13. 13. Concurrent Seminars choose three A. Asthma Patient is Still Wheezing: Now What? My Dr Allen B. Pediatric Bronchiolitis: Why Doing Less is Doing More Dr Alverson C. EKGs and Arrhythmias Dr Gibbin D. Hypertension: Diagnosis and Management Dr Onder SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS E. Examination of the Hip and Knee Dr Pacicca December 5-7, 2014 F. What Fits and What Doesn’t: Seizures and Other Paroxysmal Disorders Dr Wiznitzer Grand Hyatt San Antonio General Session Lecture Highlights FACULTY Cardiology Candace L. Gibbin, MD, MSPH, FACC, FAAP Assistant Professor, Pediatric Cardiology The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Dallas, Texas Infectious Diseases Brian K. Alverson, MD, FAAP Associate Professor of Pediatrics Warren Alpert School of Medicine at Brown University Providence, Rhode Island Nephrology Ali Mirza Onder, MD Associate Professor of Pediatrics West Virginia University, Morgantown Morgantown, West Virginia Neurology Max Wiznitzer, MD, FAAN, FAAP Professor of Pediatrics, Neurology and International Health Case Western Reserve University Cleveland, Ohio Orthopaedics Donna M. Pacicca, MD, FAAOS, FAAP Attending Surgeon Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery Children’s Mercy Hospital University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine Kansas City, Missouri • Common Acquired Cardiac Diseases: Myocarditis, Pericarditis, Kawasaki, Lyme Disease • Proteinuria: Pathophysiology and Diagnosis • Osteomyelitis: Moving Towards Outpatient Management • Headache in Children and Adolescents • Acute Evaluation of Sports Injuries and What to Do In the Office/Urgent Care Setting Grand Hyatt San Antonio 600 East Market Street San Antonio, TX 78205 Direct Phone Number: 210/224-1234 Guest Fax Number: 210/271-8019 Special group rates beginning at $169 per night, plus tax, for single or double occupancy, have been negotiated at the Grand Hyatt San Antonio. These rates represent substantial savings from published rates. The cutoff date for reservations at the group rate is November 7, 2014. Call the hotel directly to make your reservations. A limited number of guest rooms have been reserved, and they are assigned based on availability (first-come, first-served). Please be aware that the room block may be filled prior to November 7, 2014; in such a case, neither the group rate nor guest room availability can be guaranteed. The AAP, therefore, recommends that you make your reservations as early as possible. Ground Transportation: For information on shuttle service from San Antonio International Airport, contact SATRANS at 210/281-9900, or visit www.saairportshuttle.com. Taxi service is also available. Parking: Self-park and valet services are available. Cancellations: Course cancellations must be received in writing by November 21, 2014 to receive a refund. An administrative charge of $50 will be deducted. • Stridor: What’s Wrong With My Airway? Maximum AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ for Course: 17.25 This program is accredited for 17.25 NAPNAP CE contact hours of which 3.0 contain pharmacology (Rx) content, (0.25 related to psychopharmacology), per the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) Continuing Education Guidelines. Save $150! Register by November 7, 2014. For individual course brochures, including detailed schedules for each course, go to www.aap.org/livecme and click on the course of interest to you. Individual course schedules can also be requested by calling the AAP Customer Service Center at 866/843-2271. Pulmonology Elizabeth D. Allen, MD, FCCP, FAAP Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics The Ohio State University College of Medicine Nationwide Children’s Hospital Columbus, Ohio Course Director Dwight A. Powell, MD, FAAP Emeritus Professor of Pediatrics Member, Section of Infectious Diseases The Ohio State University College of Medicine Nationwide Children’s Hospital Columbus, Ohio Located in the heart of south central Texas, San Antonio offers a unique blend of charm, vibrancy, and color. December temperatures are mild, with daily highs in the 60s. In San Antonio you can discover the lingering cornerstones of great American history as you open the doors to the famed Alamo and visit the historic arts village of La Villita—San Antonio’s original neighborhood. You can flow through the heart of the city on a river cruiser and take in the beauty of the River Walk, which artfully connects downtown hotels, restaurants, boutiques, museums, and historical venues. You’ll also enjoy a batch of restaurants as diverse as the city itself. From mom-andpop taco shops to some of the best fine-dining restaurants in the nation, San Antonio satisfies every taste and budget. And you can take advantage of 300 days of sunshine a year at one of many award winning golf courses. Visitors can also watch the NBA’s San Antonio Spurs, dance to the sounds of flamenco music in the night, or visit a Mexican market to take a piece of the culture home. After all that, you’ll be ready to book an afternoon at one of the city’s impressive, full service spas. Only in San Antonio can you luxuriate with an Avocado Facial, a Texas Two-Step Massage, and the Yellow Rose Bathing Ritual. For more information, please go to www.visitsanantonio.com. The Best Pediatric CME for the Best Pediatric Care 13
  14. 14. General Travel Information Concurrent Seminar Selection Car Rental Discounts You can attend one concurrent seminar each day in the subspecialty of your choice. To allow more informal interaction with the faculty, attendance in each seminar is limited and is offered on a first-come, first served basis. Confirmation of your concurrent seminar registrations will be included in your onsite registration packet. The AAP Travel Office is offering CME course attendees a reduced car rental rate through Hertz and Avis. Please ask your AAP Travel Agent for details. Hertz can be reached directly at 800/654-2240 or www.hertz.com. The AAP discount code is CV01570018. Avis can be reached at 800/331-1600 or www.avis.com. The AAP discount code is AWD A628999. Registration Special Needs Using your Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover, you can register online at www.aap.org/livecme, fax your registration to 847/228-5059 or 847/434-8757, or call toll-free 866/843-2271. Outside the United States and Canada, call 847/434-4000, option 3. The AAP is sensitive to the special needs of its attendees. Please indicate any accommodations on your registration form. Scooter and wheelchair rentals are available by contacting ScootAround, Inc., toll-free at 888/441-7575, by email at info@scootaround.com, through their website at www.scootaround.com, or by fax at 204/478-1172. Please have your credit card and concurrent seminar selections ready prior to calling. If your membership status has changed or lapsed, the registration staff will charge the appropriate fees accordingly. Continuing Medical Education Credit The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) is accredited by the Accreditation Educational sessions as well as food and beverages provided during the course Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing are intended for course attendees only. Lodging and meals, other than specified, medical education for physicians. are not included in the registration fee. The AAP designates each of these live activities for a maximum of 17.25 Onsite registrants are welcome if space is available. Availability of course AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit materials cannot be guaranteed for these registrants, however, until after commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. the course. These activities are acceptable for a maximum of 17.25 AAP credits. These credits can be applied toward the AAP CME/CPD Award available to Fellows Comprehensive Course Syllabus and Candidate Members of the AAP. As part of your registration, you will have access to electronic course materials containing useful information that supports and augments the educational sessions. See page 2 for complete information about the electronic syllabus as well as options for either downloading or ordering a printed syllabus. The American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA) accepts certificates of participation for educational activities certified for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit ™ from organizations accredited by ACCME. Physician assistants may receive a maximum of 17.25 hours of Category 1 credit for completing this program. TRAVEL DOCUMENTS All U.S. citizens are required to present a valid U.S. passport in order to enter or re-enter the United States when travelling by air. U.S. citizens do not need visas for short trips to The Bahamas for tourist/business purposes. It is important to note that, although the Bahamian government only requires proof of citizenship and identity in order to enter The Bahamas, the U.S. government requires that Americans have a valid passport in order to fly home. Most airlines will not permit a U.S. citizen to fly to The Bahamas without a valid U.S. passport and risk getting stranded. Note: Many countries require that a passport be valid for six months beyond your intended return date. These live activities, Practical Pediatrics CME Courses, have been reviewed and are acceptable for up to 17.0 Prescribed credits by the American Academy of Family Physicians. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Each of these programs is accredited for 17.25 NAPNAP CE contact hours per the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) Continuing Education Guidelines. 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 Air Transportation scientifically rigorous AAP CME activities. All individuals in a position to influence The AAP Travel Office is pleased to offer negotiated airline discounts to our and/or control the content of AAP CME activities are required to disclose to the CME courses. For complete details call the AAP Travel Office at 888/227-1772, AAP and subsequently to learners that they either have no relevant financial Monday-Friday, 8:00am-4:30pm CST, to make your travel arrangements. AAP relationships or any financial relationships with the manufacturer(s) of any members only may also take advantage of making their travel arrangements commercial product(s) and/or provider(s) of commercial services discussed online through Concur at www.concursolutions.com. 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 If you were a nuTravel user: • Current members that are nuTravel users will automatically have a Concur login. disclosure of financial relationships, AAP CME faculty are required to disclose to the AAP and to learners when they plan to discuss or demonstrate • The login is your AAP ID number @aap.org. pharmaceuticals and/or medical devices and/or medical or surgical procedures • our initial password is changeme. You will change your password once you Y that involve “off-label” use of a device or pharmaceutical. The AAP is enter the site. committed to providing learners with commercially unbiased CME activities. If you are a new user, or if you find that your login is invalid, contact the AAP The content of these CME activities does not necessarily reflect the views or Travel Office for help at 888/227-1772. All applicable airline discounts will be policies of the AAP. taken at the time of ticketing by the AAP travel agency. 14 Register Online at www.aap.org/livecme Call Toll-Free 866/THE-AAP1 (866/843-2271)
  15. 15. Registration Form Register using one of the following options: Online at: www.aap.org/livecme Call toll-free: 66/THE-AAP1 (866/843-2271) 8 Outside the United States and Canada, call 847/434-4000, option 3 Mail this form with payment to: American Academy of Pediatrics/Registration 37925 Eagle Way • Chicago, Illinois 60678-1379 Fax this form to: 847/228-5059 or 847/434-8757 Check the course for which you are registering: ■  Breckenridge, Colorado ■  Paradise Island, The Bahamas ■  Orlando, Florida ■  Hilton Head Island, South Carolina ■  New York, New York ■  Anaheim, California ■  Las Vegas, Nevada ■  Fort Lauderdale, Florida ■  San Antonio, Texas Please type or print. Name First Last (Surname) MD, DO, Other (Specify) Address City/State/Province Zip Code/Postal Code/Country Daytime Phone Cell Number Email Address AAP ID # (Required to receive important precourse information.) Emergency contact name/phone Please indicate any special needs (eg: dietary restrictions, physical ­disabilities). Concurrent Seminars: A, B, C, D, E, F, G (“G” applies to New York course only.) Please list your top four choices. First________ Second_______ Third________ Alternate________ ■  ign me up for the CME Listserv to receive information on S upcoming AAP CME activities Email address Registrant Type/Fees U.S. Currency Syllabus (Must order by Early Bird Deadline for each course.) See individual course listings for Early Bird deadlines. The syllabus for the Practical Pediatrics CME Courses will be available online for downloading and printing prior to the course. To order a printed version of the complete course syllabus (for an additional fee of $50) to be picked up at the AAP registration desk at each course, please check the box below. Early Bird Rates Full Rates ■  AAP Fellows/International Members . . . . . . . . . . . $660 . . . . . . . . $810 ■  AAP Candidate Members . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $660 . . . . . . . . $810 ■  AAP Resident Members . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $495 . . . . . . . . $495 ■  Nonmember Pediatricians . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $825 . . . . . . . . $975 ■  Family Physicians . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $825 . . . . . . . . $975 ■  Nonmember Residents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $750 . . . . . . . . $750 ■  Registered Nurses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $560 . . . . . . . . $710 ■  Pediatric Nurse Practitioners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $560 . . . . . . . . $710 ■  Physician Assistants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $560 . . . . . . . . $710 ■ L1 – YES, please order a printed copy of the Practical Pediatrics CME S Course syllabus for the course I will be attending for an additional fee of $50. Full payment must accompany this form. Charge it: ■ ■ ■ Card Number ■ Expiration Date Fees subject to change without notice. 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 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 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 right to cancel this activity due to unforeseen circumstances or to limit enrollments, should attendance exceed capacity. Course educational sessions are open only to registered attendees. Print Name as it Appears on Card Or checks may be made payable to the American Academy of Pediatrics. Check Number (U.S. Registrants only) Amount Please do not send currency. The Best Pediatric CME for the Best Pediatric Care 15
  16. 16. Non Profit Org U.S. Postage PAID Palatine, IL PDC Permit #188 141 Northwest Point Blvd Elk Grove Village, IL 60007-1098 Save $150 R egister Online www.aap.org/livecme See page 15 for details. C all Toll-Free 866/THE-AAP1 (866/843-2271) 2014 Catalogue 2014 AAP CME Schedule l ractical Pediatrics CME Courses P Designed for pediatricians, family physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and allied health professionals caring for children, Practical Pediatrics CME Courses feature nationally prominent faculty presenting topics that highlight current issues in pediatrics. v REP® The Course P 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 (ABP) for Maintenance of Certification™ (MOC), the course also features case-based sessions, hot topics and visual diagnosis components related to the latest information on clinical practice. January H eoPREP® N An Intensive Review and Update of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine San Diego, CA January 11-17 l ractical Pediatrics P CME Course Breckenridge, CO January 23-26 H B:PREP® D An Intensive Review and Update of DevelopmentalBehavioral Pediatrics Atlanta, GA January 29-February 2 July March Register Online www.aap.org/livecme Call Toll-Free 866/THE-AAP1 (866/843-2271) APRIL H orkshop on W Perinatal Practice Strategies Scottsdale, AZ April 4-6 l Practical Pediatrics CME Course Paradise Island, The Bahamas February 21-23 l Practical Pediatrics CME Course Las Vegas, NV August 29-31 September October s ational Conference N Exhibition (NCE) San Diego, CA October 11-14 v REP® The Course P Denver, CO September 6-10 H ediatric Academic P Societies Annual Meeting Vancouver, Canada May 3-6 June l ractical Pediatrics P CME Course Anaheim, CA June 20-22 l ractical Pediatrics P CME Course New York, NY May 23-25 l Practical Pediatrics CME Course Orlando, FL March 21-23 August May l ractical Pediatrics P CME Course Hilton Head Island, SC May 23-25 v PREP® The Course Tempe, AZ March 8-12 H REP®:EM P An Intensive Review and Update of Pediatric Emergency Medicine Washington, DC August 2-6 H ubspecialty/Section CME Courses S Appropriate for the pediatric subspecialist or the general pediatrician with a particular interest in the topic. s AP Experience | www.aapexperience.org A The AAP Experience (National Conference Exhibition) features educational sessions in over 60 topic areas to suit a variety of learning styles. Home to the largest pediatric technical exhibit, the conference showcases the latest pediatric products and services, as well as AAP educational and professional resources and programs. The AAP conference also provides countless premier social events, networking opportunities, and tourism packages and services for attendees and their families. February November December l Practical Pediatrics CME Course Ft. Lauderdale, FL November 7-9 Pre-conference Session October 10 l Practical Pediatrics CME Course San Antonio, TX December 5-7

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