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AAP National Conference & Exhibition

  1. 1. REGISTRATION OPENS JUNE 1st Early Bird Rates End September 7thEarn a Maximum of 52.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™www.aapexperience.org PRELIMINARY PROGRAM
  2. 2. Welcome to the AAP Experience! Advocacy education Go Hand In Hand T his year, we celebrate the hospitality and heritage of the American south in New Orleans October 20–23 at the American Academy of Pediatrics 2012 National Conference & Exhibition. The program will be held at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center and the Hilton New Orleans Riverside View the many faces behind our Portraits in Pediatrics in this program and online at hotel. As the world’s largest pediatric-focused www.aapexperience.org medical education event and technical exhibition, we offer unparalleled social, networking and philanthropic opportunities, and family-friendly services. Every conference is as unique as the city we’re in, and this year is no different. Moved by our mission, “the health and well-being of all children,” we’ll address child health inequities in a special conference track, beginning with our pre-conference PEDS 21 signature event on Friday, October 19. So, come on down! Asssemble your krewe and enjoy the lagniappe (a little something extra) this fall as the people behind the art, music, food, culture. and conference treat you to the ultimate southern hospitality. —Robert W. Block, MD, FAAP, AAP President FSC LOGOAAP National Conference & Exhibition • October 20–23, 2012 • www.aapexperience.org
  3. 3. SCHEDULE AT A GLANCEPlanning Your AAP ExperienceUse the conference planner tool to build your itinerary searching sessions How to Registerby keyword, day, topic, or ACGME core competency/IOM desired physician Attendees who register between June 1st and September 7th will save aattributes. Scan QR code or go to www.aapexperience.org/planner. significant discount off regular registration fees, receive badges/tickets by mail, and receive the online password to access faculty handouts. Online registration is preferred at www.aapexperience.org/register, however, you may complete and fax/mail the registration (page 27) and housing (page 32) forms included in this program or register on site Friday, October 19th through Tuesday, October 23rd at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. Please contact us at registration@aap.org with registration related questions. Access to all educational sessions (including Friday’s pre-conference activities), special events, exhibits, and any additional programs will only be available to registered and badged attendees.Content accessible Travelfrom smart phone, Call the AAP Travel Office at 888/227-1772. See additional informationtablet, or laptop on traveling with family on page 25.devicesFREE wifi access Booking Your Hotelthroughout the The conference will take place at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Centerconvention center located at 900 Convention Center Blvd., New Orleans, LA 70130. Sessions and Special Events will also take place at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside. A hotel map is located on page 31. To make a hotel reservation online please go to www.aapexperience.org/hotels or call 800/468-6322 (toll-free in the U.S. and Canada) or 415/979-2290 (international) Monday through Friday, 9:00am – 9:00pm, Eastern time. Schedule at a Glance 6:00pm–7:00pm ection on Medical Students, S Friday, October 19 (Pre-conference) Monday, October 22 Residents, and Fellowship 6:30 am – 6:00 pm Registration Open Trainees Reception/Poster Display 6:30am–6:00pm Registration Open 11:30am–5:30pm EDS 21—Pediatrics for the 21st P 6:00pm–7:30pm Community Pediatrics Networking 7:00am–8:00am Meet-the-Expert Discussions Century, Child Health Disparities Event and Poster Display 7:30am–8:30am Friends of Children Fund 5K Fun 12:00pm–4:00pm AAP Community Cares Project 7:00pm–10:00pm New Orleans Experience! at Run Walk 5:30pm–8:30pm AAP Kids’ Camp Mardi Gras World 10:00am–2:00pm Exhibit Hall Open 7:30pm–9:30pm Welcome Reception 8:30am–10:00am Educational Sessions Sunday, October 21 10:30am–12:15pm Plenary Sessions Saturday, October 20 6:30am–6:00pm Registration Open 12:30pm–1:30pm Annual Business Luncheon 6:30am–6:00pm Registration Open 7:00am–8:00am Meet-the-Expert Discussions 12:30pm–2:00pm Meet the Faculty in the AAP 7:00am–8:00am Meet-the-Expert Discussions 7:00am–8:15am District Breakfasts Resource Center, Product Theaters 8:30am–10:00am Educational Sessions 8:30am–10:00am Educational Sessions 2:00pm–5:45pm Educational Sessions 10:30am–12:15pm Opening Plenary Sessions 10:00am–4:00pm Exhibit Hall Open (AAP President’s Address, Keynote 10:30am–12:15pm Plenary Sessions Tuesday, October 23 Speaker, AAP Education Award) 12:30pm–2:00pm Meet the Faculty in the AAP 6:30am–5:30pm Registration Open 12:15pm–4:00pm Exhibit Hall Open Resource Center, Product Theaters 7:00am–8:00am Meet-the-Expert Discussions 12:30pm–2:00pm Meet the Faculty in the AAP 2:00pm–5:45pm Educational Sessions 8:30am–10:00am Educational Sessions Resource Center, Product Theaters 5:30pm–7:00pm President’s Reception in the 10:30am–12:15pm Plenary Sessions 2:00pm–5:45pm Educational Sessions Exhibit Hall 12:30pm–1:30pm Pediatric Bowl 4:00pm–5:30pm Joint Surgery Conference 7:00pm–8:00pm Young Physicians’ Reception 12:30pm–1:30pm Meet-the-Expert Discussions 5:30pm–6:30pm Pediatric Surgical Specialists 2:00pm–5:30pm Educational Sessions Reception AAP National Conference Exhibition • October 20–23, 2012 • www.aapexperience.org 1
  4. 4. EDUCATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS Advocacy education Go Hand In Hand It’s no coincidence that the AAP Mission so closely aligns with the conference track on child health disparities. This topic is central to AAP core values, vision and mission. As AAP President Block expressed in his inaugural speech, “Eliminating disparities will View our Portraits require something very special...YOU!” in Pediatrics at aapexperience.org (C0010) Pre-conference Symposium Friday, October 19 • 11:30am – 5:30pm PEDS 21 Conference Track 11:30 pm – 1:00 pm Networking and Poster Review on Disparities/Health Equity 1:00 pm – 5:30 pm Educational Program Saturday, October 20 – Tuesday, October 23 Introduction Moderator: O. Marion Burton, MD, FAAP, Immediate Past President ▪▪ Addressing Oral Health Disparities Through the Medical Home (F1058) Special Guest Speaker ▪▪ Christopherson Lecture (P4055) Richard Besser, MD, FAAP, is ABC News’ senior health and medical ▪▪ Council on Sports Medicine and Fitness editor, providing medical analysis Program: The Spectrum of Pediatric and and commentary for all ABC News Adolescent Athletes (H3023) broadcasts and platforms, including “World News with Diane Sawyer,” ▪▪ Culturally Competent Asthma Care “Good Morning America” and (X2003/X3009) “Nightline.” He also served as acting director for the CDC and acting ▪▪ Hematology Findings In A Multi-Ethnic administrator for the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Society: What Is Normal, What Is Registry from January to June 2009. Significant, What Needs Counseling, Disparities Quality Improvement and What Needs Referral? (F4099) Childhood Health Disparities Data and Trends ▪▪ How to Be an Effective Advocate for Tina Cheng, MD, MPH, FAAP Kids in Just an Hour A Month (X1004) Participant Planning Activity: Making Changes in Your Own Practice and Community ▪▪ New American Children: Supporting Facilitator: Renée Jenkins, MD, FAAP the Health and Well-being of Immigrant Providing Culturally and Linguistically Effective Care Populations (I1124) Denice Cora-Bramble, MD, MBA, FAAP ▪▪ New Insights on Racial Disparities Reducing Immigrant Child Health Disparities Fernando Mendoza, MD, FAAP in Birth Outcomes (P2065) Improving Communications and Health Literacy With ▪▪ Overcoming Barriers to Physical Fitness Diverse Populations in Minority Populations (X2008) Partnering With Community Resources to Address Social ▪▪ Transforming Communities to Improve Determinants of Health Disparities Sandra Robinson, MD School Readiness (P2066)2 AAP National Conference Exhibition • October 20–23, 2012 • www.aapexperience.org
  5. 5. EDUCATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS SPECIAL EVENTS Who Should Attend? The AAP Experience is for everyone providing medical care to infants, children, adolescents, and young adults. Whether you’re a general pediatrician or hospitalist, non-member physician, pediatric medical subspecialist, non-physician clinician (NP, APN, APRN, PA), fellowship trainee, resident, medical student, or practice manager, you will find focused conference programming, social, and networking opportunities. Pediatric surgical specialists have new opportunities to learn and interact at the Joint Surgery Conference and Surgical Specialists Reception Saturday, October 20 (see page 11 for details). Additional surgical specialty-focused sessions feature programming related to anesthesiology, cardiac surgery, neurosurgery, ophthalmology, oral health, orthopaedics, otolaryngology, plastic and general surgery, radiology/imaging, and urology. Plenary Highlights All’s Fair: Love, War and Politics Keynote Address (P3064, see page 19) Monday, October 22 • 12:10pm (P1067, see page 9) Special Guest Appearance Following PlenaryPhoto courtesy of Newsday Saturday, October 20 • 11:10am in the Exhibit Hall 12:45pm–1:15pm Walt Handelsman is the two-time One of America’s best-loved political Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial couples—James Carville and Mary cartoonist for Newsday in New Matalin—give an enlightening and York. He has been a featured guest entertaining look at today’s most on CNN, CBS, FOX, Nightline and important political issues as well as a behind-the-scenes look at The Newshour on PBS. Walt is the politics inside Washington and how today’s headlines are playing author of nine collections of his editorial cartoons as well as out around the country. Co-authors of the national best seller All’s a children’s book. Fair: Love, War, and Running for President, Matalin and Carville are key players on the national political stage—they each have over 30 years of experience in politics and have individually worked for Presidents Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Drug Shortages George W. Bush. (P1069, see page 9) Saturday, October 20 • 11:55am Steven P. Spielberg, MD, PhD Christopherson Lecture is one of the nations best-known (P4055 see page 22) Photo courtesy of UN Women specialists in pediatric pharmacology. Tuesday, October 23 • 10:30am Dr Spielberg is the Deputy Commissioner for Medical Products Michelle Bachelet, former President of and Tobacco for the US Food and Chile, is the first Under-Secretary-General Drug Administration and past director, Center for Personalized and Executive Director of UN Women Medicine and Therapeutic Innovation, Children’s Mercy Hospital, established by the United Nations and will discuss the impact of drug shortages on pediatrics. General Assembly. A long-time champion of women’s rights, she has advocated for gender equality and women’s empowerment throughout her career. Advocacy Education Go Hand in Hand Meet and discuss with AAP advocacy leaders and staff the impact of 2012 elections on children and pediatric practices during a timely Networking Forum: Election Issues 2012, Sunday, October 21 (see page 15 for details). Pediatricians can speak up for kids at the ballot box by helping AAP get out the vote (GOTV) in advance of the November 6, 2012 elections. Voter mobilization efforts by AAP will be featured, including the GOTV campaign spearheaded by the Section on Medical Students, Residents, Fellowship Trainees in conjunction with the page 22 Division of State Government Affairs the Department of Federal Affairs. See Louisania Get your GOTV Gear online or during the conference. Learn more at www.aapgotv.org. Residents GOTV AAP National Conference Exhibition • October 20–23, 2012 • www.aapexperience.org 3
  6. 6. SPECIAL EVENTS Enjoy the many networking opportunities and social activities. AAP Community Cares Project Welcome Reception AAP Friends of Children Fund Friday, October 19 • 12:00pm– 4:00pm Friday, October 19 • 7:30pm – 9:30pm 5K Fun Run Walk Monday, October 22 • 7:30am – 8:30am page 7 page 7 page 17 Pediatric Surgical Specialists Annual Business Luncheon AAP Kids’ Camp Reception Monday, October 22 • 12:30pm – 1:30pm Friday, October 19 • 5:30pm – 8:30pm Saturday, October 20 • 5:30pm – 6:30pm page 7 page 19 page 11 Pediatric Bowl New Orleans Experience! Tuesday, October 23 •12:30pm – 1:30pm at Mardi Gras World Saturday, October 20 • 7:00pm – 10:00pm NEW ORLEANS Mardi Gras World page 22 page 114 AAP National Conference Exhibition • October 20–23, 2012 • www.aapexperience.org
  7. 7. EXHIBIT HIGHLIGHTSVisit the world’s largestpediatric-focused technical exhibits!Exhibit Hours President’s ReceptionSaturday, October 20 • 12:15pm – 4:00pm  (Ribbon Cutting Ceremony 12:15pm) in the Exhibit Hall Sunday, October 21 • 5:30pm – 7:00pmSunday, October 21 • 10:00am – 4:00pm ( Extended Hours for President’s Meet the AAP President, Board of Reception 5:30pm – 7:00pm) Directors, and Planning Group Members while visiting exhibits and sampling aMonday, October 22 • 10:00am – 2:00pm variety of foods at different stations.Product Theater HoursSaturday, October 20 – Monday, October 22Theater 1: 12:30pm – 1:00pmTheater 2: 1:15pm – 1:45pmProduct Theaters are non-CME educational presentations from page XXexhibiting companies during the conference. It’s a great wayto see the hottest pediatric medical devices and products andbecome revitalized for an afternoon of learning. page 16In addition to meeting with 350 exhibiting companies,take advantage of the many AAP resources and special exhibits. AAP Resource Center Hometown Radio Meet face-to-face with pediatric experts, Stop by Sunday and Monday to record pick up your personally-autographed a brief interview with a reporter on a publication from our authors and editors, topic of your choice. and see the hottest products and gadgets from AAP Education (Journals Periodicals, PediaLink, and Life Support). Wireless Internet Lounges Pediatric Office of the Future Relaxation Station Interact with technologies available to help you work smarter, deliver better care and Lunch Break and Concessions improve your bottom line in your outpatient, hospital or mobile “remote” offices. AAP National Conference Exhibition • October 20–23, 2012 • www.aapexperience.org 5
  8. 8. ACCREDITATION/CME CREDIT DESIGNATION Continuing Medical Education Conference Educational Goals CME Credit Information and Objectives Accreditation and CME 2012 AAP Executive Committee Goals Credit Designation President, Robert W. Block, MD, FAAP The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) continuing The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) is President-Elect, Thomas K. McInerny, MD, FAAP medical education (CME) program aims to develop, accredited by the Accreditation Council for Immediate Past President, O. Marion Burton, MD, FAAP maintain, and improve the competence, skills, and Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide Executive Director/CEO, Errol R. Alden, MD, FAAP professional performance of pediatricians and pedi- continuing medical education for physicians. AAP Board of Directors atric healthcare professionals by providing quality, District I, Carole E. Allen, MD, FAAP, Arlington, MA relevant, accessible, and effective educational experi- The AAP designates this live activity for a maximum of 52.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians District II, Danielle Laraque, MD, FAAP, Brooklyn, NY ences that address gaps in professional practice. District III, Sandra Gibson Hassink, MD, FAAP, Wilmington, DE should claim only the credit commensurate with the The AAP National Conference Exhibition (AAP extent of their participation in the activity. District IV, Francis E. Rushton Jr, MD, FAAP, Beaufort, SC Experience) is the forum at which all pediatric District V, Marilyn J. Bull, MD, FAAP, Indianapolis, IN professionals meet for updates, review of pediatric This activity is acceptable for a maximum of 52.25 District VI, Michael V. Severson, MD, FAAP, Shakopee, MN practice, research, and advocacy. AAP credits. These credits can be applied toward District VII, Kenneth E. Matthews, MD, FAAP College Station, TX , the AAP CME/CPD Award available to Fellows and District VIII, Kyle Yasuda, MD, FAAP, Seattle, WA Candidate Members of the AAP . District IX, Myles B. Abbott, MD, FAAP, Berkeley, CA Instructional Objectives The American Academy of Physician Assistants District X, Sara H. Goza, MD, FAAP, Fayetteville, GA The instruction (learning experience) in this activity will accepts AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ from 1. rovide education in pediatric health care P organizations accredited by the ACCME. conference Planning Group including the most current information Application for CME credit has been filed with Chairperson related to illness and preventive health care the American Academy of Family Physicians. Robert Cicco, MD, FAAP, Pittsburgh, PA* of neonates, infants, children, adolescents, Determination of credit is pending. Members and young adults. Butch Adolph, MD, FAAP, New Orleans, LA** 2. reate a forum for discussion of current issues C This program is accredited for 52.25 NAPNAP CE Robert Arensman, MD, FAAP, Chicago, IL and problems in pediatric health care. contact hours; pharmacology (Rx) contact hours Susan Buttross, MD, FAAP, Canton, MS* 3. nstruct attendees on procedures related to I to be determined per the National Association of Michael Cabana, MD, FAAP, Mill Valley, CA patient health management. Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) Continuing John Chamberlain, MD, FAAP, Rochester, NY 4. nform, enable, and update attendees on prac- I Education Guidelines. Daniel Coury, MD, FAAP, Columbus, OH tice management and policy. AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ are not designated for Barbara Cromer, MD, FAAP, Cleveland, OH 5. upport and train attendees in advocacy of S social events and sessions that state (No CME Credit). Tracy Evans-Ramsey, MD, FAAP, Orinda, CA issues related to child health. Ilene Fennoy, MD, MPH, FAAP, New York, NY 6. ddress professional practice gaps of learners A Paul Fisher, MD, FAAP, Palo Alto, CA by linking needs with learning objectives Recording AMA PRA Category 1 Frank Galioto, Jr, MD, FAAP, Fairfax, VA and instruction. Credit™ on Your AAP Transcript Rani S. Gereige, MD, MPH, FAAP, Miami, FL** 7. atch the educational content with the scope of M AAP Members/PediaLink Subscribers Larry Givner, MD, FAAP, Winston Salem, NC practice of the learners and desirable physician As a member or PediaLink® subscriber, you have Norman “Chip” Harbaugh Jr, MD, FAAP, Alpharetta, GA attributes. the option of logging on to PediaLink.org to record Adam Hartman, MD, FAAP, Baltimore, MD** Ivor Hill, MD, FAAP, Winston-Salem, NC Learner Objectives your AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ on your AAP Mira Irons, MD, FAAP, Boston, MA As a result of attending this activity, learners transcript, which you will be able to do approximately 2 days after the conference. John James, MD, FAAP, Fort Collins, CO will be able to Jenifer Lightdale, MD, MPH, FAAP, Chestnut Hill, MA 1. ractice evidence-based, informed pediatric P Non-Members Mark C. Mammel, MD, FAAP, St Paul, MN medicine. Non-AAP members may find instructions regarding Kurt Metzl, MD, FAAP, Kansas City, MO 2. pply current techniques and procedures. A claiming credit in specially marked red envelopes in Jennifer Anne Miller, MD, FAAP, Berkeley, CA** 3. dvocate effectively for issues related to A the official conference tote bag during the confer- Cassandra Pruitt, MD, FAAP, Saint Louis, MO** children’s health. ence and mailed to the Division of CME. Mary Ellen Rimsza, MD, FAAP, Tempe, AZ 4. emonstrate change in competence, D John F. Sarwark, MD, FAAP, Chicago, IL performance, or patient outcomes. Claiming AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ Jennifer Shu, MD, FAAP, Atlanta, GA* A certificate of participation and credit claim work- Milton Tenenbein, MD, FAAP, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada sheet listing all education sessions offered at the Robert A. Wiebe, MD, FAAP, Sandy Shores, TX* Understanding Session Codes conference and the number of CME credits available Joseph A. Zenel, MD, FAAP, Sioux Falls, SD* AAP Conference session codes include letters and for each session are provided to you in a red enve- *Executive Committee Member **New Planning Group Member numbers for a very specific purpose. The letter in lope in your tote bag to assist in tracking your credits. a session code indicates the format (P=Plenary Please keep your completed certificate of participa- AAP Staff Sessions; A=Audience Response Case Discussions; tion for your records, even if you do not want to record Robert Perelman, MD, FAAP, Associate Executive Director/ X=Meet-the-Expert Discussions; F=Selected Short AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ on your AAP transcript. Director, Department of Education Subjects; S=Seminars; W=Workshops; I=Interactive Division of Continuing Medical Education Group Forums; H=Section/Council Programs; Deborah Samuel, MBA, Director C=Courses; and V=Special Events that do not offer Theresa Woike, Conference CME Manager CME credit). The number in a session code indicates the day. (0000-level=pre-conference; 1000-level= Division of Convention Meeting Services day 1; 2000-level=day 2; 3000-level=day 3; and Cindy Airhart, CAE, Director 4000-level=day 4). Jared Cohen, CMP, Manager Department of Development Brad Hutchins, Director Disclosure of Financial Relationships and Resolution of Conflicts of Interest William Fehrman, Director, Corporate Foundation Relations The AAP Policy on Disclosure of Financial Relationships and Resolution of Conflicts of Interest is designed to ensure quality, objective, balanced, Torstiner Woodbury, Manager, Corporate Relations and scientifically rigorous AAP CME activities. All individuals in a position to influence and/or control the content of AAP CME activities are required to disclose to the AAP and subsequently to learners that they either have no relevant financial relationships or any financial relationships Like Us www.Facebook.com/aapexperience with the manufacturer(s) of any commercial product(s) and/or provider(s) of commercial services discussed in CME activities. All potential conflicts of interest are identified and resolved prior to an individual’s confirmation of service at an AAP CME activity. Beyond disclosure of financial relationships, AAP CME faculty are required to disclose to the AAP and to learners when they plan to discuss or demonstrate Follow Us www.Twitter.com/aapexperience pharmaceuticals and/or medical devices and/or medical or surgical procedures that involve “off-label” use of a device or pharmaceutical. @aapexperience #AAP12 The AAP is committed to providing learners with commercially unbiased CME activities. The content of this CME activity does not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the AAP. Watch Us www.YouTube.com/aapexperience6 AAP National Conference Exhibition • October 20–23, 2012 • www.aapexperience.org
  9. 9. (PRE-CONFERENCE) FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19 education/networking7:30am–5:00pm 1:00pm–5:00pmH0005 Pediatric Urology Nurse Specialists H0016 Section on Surgery Program: Day 1(PUNS) Annual Education Program State-of-the-Art Pediatric Surgical ResearchAmanda Berry, CRNP; Jean Brown, RN, APRN; Ann Marie and Clinical PracticeFinley, MSN, FNP; Ana Gaca, MD; Karla Giramonti, FNP; N. Scott Adzick, MD, FAAP; Darrell Cass, MD, FAAP; SherifRanjiv Mathews, MD, FAAP; John Wiener, MD, FAAP, Anne 11:30am–5:30pm Emil, MD, CM, FACS, FRCSC, FAAP; Jean-Martin Laberge,Arnhym, CPNP; Christine Danielson, ARNP; Ashley Thomas MD; Jacob Langer, MD, FAAP; Steven Rothenberg, MD; C0010 TPediatrics for the 21st Sara Vargas, MD8:00am–5:00pm Century (PEDS 21) Embracing EveryC0001 NRP Current Issues Seminar: Child: Combating Health Disparities in 3:00pm–7:00pmPutting It All Together $$ Your Practice and Community $$ C0018 PROS Coordinator ResearchKimberly Ernst, MD, MSMI, FAAP; Steven Ringer, MD, FAAP; Program: Day 1Jeanette Zaichkin, RN, MN, NNP-BC; William Keenan, Eric Slora, PhD; Richard Wasserman, MD, FAAPMD, FAAP; Jay Goldsmith, MD, FAAP; Anand Rajani, MD;Myra Wyckoff, MD; Christopher Colby, MD, FAAP; SaraBerkelhamer, MD, FAAP; Lu-Ann Papile, MD, FAAP8:00am–11:30am 11:30 pm – 1:00 pm Networking and Poster Review  Special Event (No CME Credit) 1:00 pm – 5:30 pm Educational ProgramC0002 Pediatric Practice Managers 5:30pm–8:30pm IntroductionProgram $$ Moderator: O. Marion Burton, MD, FAAP, AAP Kids’ CampManaging Transitions While Maintaining an AAP Immediate Past PresidentEfficient Practice: Implementing ICD-10-CM Special Guest Speakerand QI Practices Richard Besser, MD, FAAP, Senior Health and Medical Editor for ABC NewsBrandon Betancourt, MBA; Lynn Cramer, RN-BC; Disparities Quality ImprovementJill Valuch, DO, FAAP; Molly E. Gatto Childhood Health Disparities Data and Trends Participant Planning Activity: Making Changes8:00am–12:00pm in Your Own Practice and Community Facilitator: Renée Jenkins, MD, FAAP Children of all ages are invited to our “Down onH0006 Section on Surgery Program: the Bayou” Kids Camp reception! Providing Culturally and LinguisticallyResident Conference Effective Care Enjoy healthy food, music, fun, games, crafts Reducing Immigrant Child Health Disparities and surprises – activities specially designed to8:30am–11:30am introduce the bayou region as the unique and Improving Communications and Health LiteracyC0009 Disaster Response, What We’ve Learned With Diverse Populations unforgettable experience it is.Disasters Around the World: Initial Response Partnering With Community Resources to All conference attendees and their families areand How to Improve Address Social Determinants of Health Disparities invited to attend.Stephen Berman, MD, FAAP; Steven Krug, MD, FAAP; Richard Besser, MD, FAAP; Tina Cheng, MD, MPH,Genesis Rivera; Ramon Leon Bastias FAAP; Denice Cora-Bramble, MD, MBA, FAAP; Renée 7:30pm–9:30pm Jenkins, MD, FAAP; Fernando Mendoza, MD, FAAP; Welcome Reception Sandra Robinson, MD8:30am–6:00pm Experience hospitality and cuisine as eclectic as New Orleans. Sway and swing to the jazz of localH0007 Section on Cardiology and Cardiac fame and enjoy a taste of the Crescent City. TheSurgery Program: Day 1  Special Event Welcome Reception is open to all attendees andAppropriate Screening and Screening (No CME Credit) their families. Food and drinks are complimentary.AppropriatelyAndrew Atz, MD; William Mahle, MD, FAAP; Bradley 12:00pm–4:00pmMarino, MD, FAAP; John Knapp Triedman, MD AAP Community Cares Project Join us for an opportunity9:00am–7:00pm to provide support for New Orleans schoolchil-H0008 Section on Emergency Medicine dren by volunteering yourProgram Reception: Day 1 time before the NationalCommittee for the Future Educational Conference during ourProgram on Using New Technology, Abstracts, annual “Community Cares” project.Posters, Abstract Awards, and Reception This year, the AAP will be painting, repairing,Todd Chang, MD, FAAP; David Schnadower, MD, MPH, planting, and participating in a host of other Supported by Live Positively Coca-ColaFAAP; Pavan Zaveri, MD, FAAP activites for the ReNEW Charter Management Organization (www.renewschools.org) – a network of charter schools (pre-K through high school) dedi-9:30am–7:30pm cated to preparing inner-city children for college.H0017 Section on Perinatal Pediatrics Conference attendees, families and childrenProgram: Day 1 (5 years of age and older) are welcome toIntroduction to Neonatal Section Program participate in this fun and rewarding activity.(includes Organization of Neonatal-Perinatal Lunch and shuttle transportation will be provided.Training Program Directors Meeting, Don’t miss out on an opportunity to make aMerenstein Lecture, and Poster Viewing) difference in the lives of New Orleans’ children!Barbara K. Schmidt, MD, FAAP $$ Tickets Required Disparities/Health Equity AAP National Conference Exhibition • October 20–23, 2012 • www.aapexperience.org 7
  10. 10. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20 education/networking View complete session details at www.aapexperience.org/planner 7:00am–8:00am 7:30am–10:15am 8:00am–5:00pm X1001 Implementing Preventive Services: H1014 Council on School Health Program C1018 PROS Coordinator Research How to Do It in 18 Minutes Abstract Program, Business Meeting and Program: Day 2 ➤➤ Repeats as X2001 Award Presentation Eric Slora, PhD; Richard Wasserman, MD, FAAP Ellen Squire, MD, FAAP ➤➤ See also H1079 Joint Program: Council on School Health and Section on Developmental H1022 Section on Emergency Medicine X1002 Fostering Effective Relationships Behavioral Pediatrics Program: Day 2 With Private Payers Business Meeting, Awards, Emergi-Quiz, Peter Rappo, MD, FAAP 7:30am–5:00pm PEMPIX, and Educational Sessions Donald Goldmann, MD; Kevin Osterhoudt, MD, MSCE, X1003 Heritable “Periodic Fever” H1013 Section on Medical Students, FACMT, FAAP; Rachel Stanley, MD, MHSA, FAAP Syndromes Residents, and Fellowship Trainees Program ➤➤ Repeats as X2005 Be Our Guest: An Invitation to Learn from Experts in Your Professional Home 8:00am–1:00pm Gloria Higgins, MD, PhD, FAAP Wayne Firebaugh, CAP, CFP; David Fulton, MD, FAAP; H1023 Section on Perinatal Pediatrics X1004 T How to Be an Effective Advocate Colleen Kraft, MD, FAAP; Jeffrey McKinney, MD; Kenneth Roberts, MD, FAAP Program: Day 2 for Kids in Just an Hour a Month Scientific Abstract Presentations (Includes Andy Aligne, MD, MPH, FAAP H1015 Section on Surgery Program: Day 2 Cone Lecture, Landmark Award, and Education Award) State-of-the-Art Pediatric Surgical Research X1005 Management of Acute Urinary Tract Michael Greene, MD Infections in Infants and Young Children: and Clinical Practice Education Award Supported by Mead Johnson Nutrition Decision-Making by the Primary Care (ABS MOC Part 2 Credit Available) Physician 8:15am–12:00pm 7:30am–5:30pm ➤➤ Repeats as X2007 H1016 Section on Urology Program: Day 1 H1024 Section on Cardiology and Cardiac Robert Duane Fildes, MD Surgery Program: Day 2 Jeff Berkley, PhD; Ralph Clayman, MD; Karen B. Moore, X1006 Marijuana as Medicine: What’s the APR, CPRC; Mohan Gundeti, MD; Christina Kim, MD, Bioethics and the Management and FAAP; Thomas S. Lendvay, MD Treatment of Cardiovascular Disease Evidence? An Update for the Pediatrician Seth Ammerman, MD, FAAP ➤➤ See also H1077 Joint Program: Section on 8:00am–4:00pm Bioethics and Section on Cardiology and X1007 Not All Speech and Language Delay Cardiac Surgery H1020 Joint Program: Section on Is Autism! Administration Practice Management Amy Wetherby, PhD and Section on Young Physicians 8:30am–9:15am Survive and Thrive in Today’s Marketplace: F1031 Explaining the Unexplainable: X1008 Preschool Vision Testing Made Fast, Chronic Pain in Children Easy, and Accurate Separating the Good, Great, and Exceptional Practices ➤➤ Repeats as F1082 Geoffrey Bradford, MD, FAAP Kenneth Goldschneider, MD, FAAP Brandon Betancourt; Lynn Cramer, RN-BC; Susan Kressly, MD, FAAP; Susanne Madden; Jeanne Marconi, MD, FAAP; X1009 What Allergy and Asthma John Moore, MD, FAAP; Betsy Peterson, MD, FAAP; Xavier F1032 Huffing and Puffing: Inhalant Abuse Environmental Control Measures Should I Sevilla, MD; Christina Vo, MD, FAAP; James Wohlwend, Continues Recommend to My Patients? MD, FAAP; Todd Wolynn, MD, MMM, IBCLC, FAAP John Kulig, MD, MPH, FAAP Robert Wood, MD, FAAP H1021 Section on Orthopaedics Program: F1033 Translating Infant Crying for Parents X1010 Working With the Athlete—How to Day 1 ➤➤ Repeats as F1113 Keep Them Healthy, Hydrated, and Fed Annual Education in Musculoskeletal Ronald Barr, MDCM, FRCPC ➤➤ Repeats as X2010 Medicine David T. Bernhardt, MD, FAAP Scientific Abstract Presentations F1034 What to Do About Diet Beverages: Peter Newton, MD, FAAP The Role of Low and No Calorie Sweeteners X1011 Designing CME Activities—Planning in Child Health That Makes a Difference ➤➤ See also H1142 Joint Surgery Conference Jatinder J. S. Bhatia, MD, FAAP Ivor Hill, MD, FAAP Anestesia Neurotoxicity: Are We Poisioning Childrens’ Brains? and the Surgical Specialists Reception, page 11. “ he AAP Experience is a great place for learning, T advocacy support, and exposure to leadership for pediatricians of every age and stage in their careers.” —Karen Breach, MD, FAAP, President, North Carolina Chapter8 AAP National Conference Exhibition • October 20–23, 2012 • www.aapexperience.org
  11. 11. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20 education/networking8:30am–10:00amA1036 Below the Waist: Surgical S1054 Heart Murmurs ➤➤ Repeats as S1105 Opening Plenary SessionsConditions of the Inguinal Region Steven Neish, MD, FAAPand Scrotum 10:30 am – 12:15 pmVincent Adolph, MD, FAAP; Rodney Steiner, MD, FAAP S1055 High Blood Pressure in the Office: 10:30am–10:40am How to Evaluate, How to Treat, and When P1065 AAP Education AwardA1037 Dermatologic Potpourri to Refer Recipient TBA➤➤ Repeats as A1086 ➤➤ Repeats as S2049Michael Smith, MD, FAAP The AAP Education Award recognizes Joseph Flynn, MD, FAAP a member of the Academy whoseA1038 PREP Live: Emergency Medicine career reflects educational contribu- S1056 Pediatrician’s Role in Disasters: tions that have had a broad andJeffrey Avner, MD, FAAP; M. Douglas Baker, MD, FAAP Lessons From Katrina positive impact on the health and ➤➤ Repeats as S1139 well-being of infants, children, adoles-I1041 Car Safety Seats 202: What You Still Andrew Garrett, MD, MPH, FAAP; Keith Perrin, MD, FAAP cents and young adults.Don’t KnowBenjamin Hoffman, MD, FAAP; Joseph O’Neil, MD, MPH, FAAP 10:40am–11:10am 9:00am–12:00pm P1066 AAP President’sW1044 Appropriate Recognition and H1026 Section on Complementary and AddressManagement of Anaphylaxis $$ Integrative Medicine Program Robert W. Block, MD, FAAP➤➤ Repeats as W1131 Evidence-Based Update on the Research and Join AAP President Robert W. Block,Roni Lane, MD, FAAP; Mitchell Lester, MD, FAAP Clinical Application of Mindfulness Training, MD, FAAP as he discusses the , Biofeedback, Clinical Hypnosis, and Guided importance of pediatricians...andW1045 Eye Examination Skills: Using the Imagery in Pediatrics the AAP...awakening and adapting toOphthalmoscope $$ Michelle Bailey, MD, FAAP; Timothy Culbert, MD, FAAP; the demands of changing times. Dr➤➤ Repeats as W1132 Erica Sibinga, MD, FAAP Block also will provide an update onRobert Gross, MD, MBA, FAAP; Steven Lichtenstein, MD, the Academy’s efforts to advanceFAAO, FAAP our Agenda for Children and reflect 9:00am–5:30pm on his year as AAP President.S1049 Baby Who?: The Impact of Screen H1027 Section on International ChildTime on Early Childhood Development Health Program 11:10am–11:30amAri Brown, MD, FAAP; Dimitri Christakis, MD, MPH, FAAP Challenges, Successes, and Strategies for P1067 Keynote Address Global Child Health Walt Handelsman, recipient of theS1050 Choosing the Best EHR for Your Pulitzer Prize in Journalism, will Michael Cappello, MD; Margaret Fisher, MD, FAAP;Pediatric Practice Anirudh Krishna; Stephen Lewis; Margaret Srour, MD, discuss and illustrate the use of➤➤ Repeats as S1135 FAAP; Kinari Webb; Randa Wilkinson, MS cartoons and videos to portray ourAlice Loveys, MD, FAAP current political landscape, includ- ing its impact on the lives of ourS1051 Concussions: Strategies for 9:30am–10:15am nation’s children.Returning to the Classroom and thePlaying Field F1058 T Addressing Oral Health 11:35am–11:55am Disparities Through the Medical Home P1068 Ensuring Quality: What➤➤ Repeats as S1103 Rani Gereige, MD, MPH, FAAP Can Be Done at Your PracticeMark Halstead, MD, FAAP; Kevin Walter, MD, FAAP Robert Gillespie, MD, MHPE, FAAP F1059 The Pearls Pitfalls of IncorporatingS1052 Dealing With Common Allergy Pharmaceutical Research Into Your Pediatricians are in a key position toConundrums in the Pediatrician’s Office Practice ensure quality health care for chil-John Kelso, MD, FAAP; Scott Sicherer, MD, FAAP dren, as well as improve the struc- Richard Gorman, MD, FAAP ture, process, and outcomes of theS1053 Early Detection of Neuromotor care that is delivered. This presenta- F1060 Sleep Problems in School-Aged tion will review and demonstrate theDisorders: Do We Know What to Look For? Children impact of quality improvement initia-Garey Noritz, MD, FAAP tives that can be undertaken at the ➤➤ Repeats as F2031 Judith Owens, MD, FAAP practice and local level. 11:55am–12:15pm P1069 Drug Shortages Stephen P Spielberg, MD, PhD, FAAP .“ mazing breadth of didactic A The pediatric drug shortage crisis lectures and comprehensive is ongoing. Unavailability of drugs coverage of current issues in can lead to delays in treatment, less familiar medications being substi- pediatric health care. I am tuted for the more familiar drugs that are in short supply, rationing, or in really looking forward to some cases, death. This session will New Orleans.” discuss determinants of the availabil- ity of medicines. — essy Palamattam, MD, FAAP, J General Pediatrics, Humble, TX $$ Tickets Required Disparities/Health Equity AAP National Conference Exhibition • October 20–23, 2012 • www.aapexperience.org 9
  12. 12. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20 education/networking View complete session details at www.aapexperience.org/planner 12:00pm–5:00pm 1:00pm–4:00pm F1082 Explaining the Unexplainable: H1072 Joint Program: Council on Children H1075 Section on Allergy Immunology Chronic Pain in Children With Disabilities and Section on Home Care Program: Day 1 CC Repeats from F1031 Home Care for Children With Recent Advances in Allergy Immunology Kenneth Goldschneider, MD, FAAP Neurodevelopmental Disabilities for Pediatricians (Update on Respiratory or Medical Complexity Allergy, Food Allergy, Drug Allergy, Insect F1083 Use of Electronic Health Records: Julianne Beckett; James Perrin, MD, FAAP; Christine Allergy, Immunological Disorders, and Unexpected Medical-Legal Pitfalls Sajous, MD, FAAP Anaphylaxis Jeffrey Brown, MD, FAAP Thomas Fleisher, MD, FAAP; John Kelso, MD, FAAP; Jennifer Kim, MD, FAAP; Chitra Dinakar, MD, FAAP 12:15pm–4:00pm 2:00pm–3:30pm Exhibit Hall Open A1086 Dermatologic Potpourri 1:00pm–5:00pm CC Repeats from A1037 Don’t miss all the great attractions in the Exhibit Hall including: AAP Resource Center book sign- H1074 Joint Program: Section on Perinatal Michael Smith, MD, FAAP ings, meet the faculty events, visit with hundreds Pediatrics and Section on Anesthesiology of exhibitors and attend the new product theater Pain Medicine A1087 Is That a Migraine? presentations. Analgesia, Sedation, and Withdrawal in the ➤➤ Repeats as A1121 Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Paul Fisher, MD, FAAP; Thomas Koch, MD , FAAN, FAAP K. S. Anand, MD, FAAP; Ruth Grunau, PhD, RPsych; 12:30pm–3:45pm Thomas Mancuso, MD, FAAP; Lena S. Y. Sun, MD, FAAP; A1088 Common Problems in the Newborn H1078 Council on Communications and Terrie Inder, MBChB, MD, FRACP Nursery Media Program Apgar Award Supported by Abbott Nutrition Gilbert I. Martin, MD, FAAP; Warren Rosenfeld, MD, FAAP Social Media: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly H1076 Section for Senior Members Program Edward Donnerstein, PhD; Gwenn O’Keeffe, MD, FAAP; I1091 Preventing Catastrophe: When Wendy Sue Swanson, MD, MBE, FAAP Transitions, Reentering or Changing Practice, Family History Can Make All the Difference Volunteer Opportunities for the Retired Leah Burke, MD, FACMG, FAAP Physician, and Maintaining Mental Agility 12:30pm–1:30pm Elizabeth Grace, MD; Hilary McClafferty, MD, FAAP; Peter I1092 They Did What? How Federal and Lunchtime Learning Sessions Weston, MD State Health Policy Impacts Your Practice (No CME Credit) Jay Berkelhamer, MD, FAAP; Molly Droge, MD, FAAP V1070 EQIPP 101 1:00pm–5:30pm W1095 Hands-on Exam of Shoulder and This session will provide a guided walkthrough of H1077 Joint Program: Section on Bioethics the AAP EQIPP (Education in Quality Improvement Elbow and Section on Cardiology and Cardiac for Pediatric Practice) courses. EQIPP courses are Surgery ➤➤ Repeats as W2095 designed to help you identify and close the gaps Andrew J. M. Gregory, MD, FACSM, FAAP; Michele LaBotz, in your practice using practical tools. Learn how to Contemporary Ethical Issues in Pediatric MD, FAAP document improved quality care on a continuous Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery basis, earn continuing medical education credit, Chris Feudtner, MD, PhD; Steven Leuthner, MD, MA, FAAP; W1096 Initial Evaluation Management of and meet Maintenance of Certification ™ Part 4: Lainie Ross, MD, PhD, FAAP; Jeffrey Towbin, MD, FAAP; the Child With Suspected Rheumatological Performance in Practice requirements all at once. Reginald Washington, MD, FAAP Disease Sponsored by the EQIPP Planning Group ➤➤ Repeats as W1133 1:00pm–5:00pm Amanda Brown, MD; Helen Emery von Behrens, MD V1071 Networking Forum: Using Technology in Practice H1079 Joint Program: Council on School Health and Section on Developmental S1101 Addressing Controversial Dental This forum will be structured around a handful of Questions in the Pediatrician’s Office simultaneously facilitated discussions, let by AAP Behavioral Pediatrics members from the Council on Clinical Information Working With Students With Behavior/Mental ➤➤ Repeats as S2129 Technology who are experienced in the use of Health Problems: Enhancing Care for Child, Rocio Quinonez, DMD, MS, MPH implementation of Electronic Health Records Family, School, and Pediatrician (EHR’s). Participants will be able to move amongst Jane Foy, MD, FAAP; Mary Margaret Gleason, MD, FAAP; S1102 ADHD Medications: Stimulants and the discussions that include: making EHR’s work in Judith Owens, MD, FAAP; Lawrence Wissow, MD, MPH, FAAP Beyond the clinic, technical and quality issues and e-PROS Andrew Adesman, MD, FAAP and Pediatric Research. Sponsored by the Council on Clinical Information Technology 2:00pm–2:45pm S1103 Concussions: Strategies for F1080 Breaking the Sickle Cycle: What is Returning to the Classroom and the New and Improved in Sickle Cell Disease? Playing Field Julie Kanter Washko, MD, FAAP CC Repeats from S1051 Mark Halstead, MD, FAAP; Kevin Walter, MD, FAAP F1081 Evaluation of Knee Injuries in the Child and Adolescent Athlete S1104 Dermatology: The Right Therapy for ➤➤ Repeats as F2110 the Right Condition Theodore Ganley, MD, FAAP Miriam Weinstein, MD, FAAP S1105 Heart Murmurs CC Repeats from S1054 Steven Neish, MD, FAAP10 AAP National Conference Exhibition • October 20–23, 2012 • www.aapexperience.org