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Course on Neonatal and Pediatric

Critical Care Transport Medicine

and Section on Transport Medicine Program

October 3-5, 2010

Moscone Convention Center

San Francisco, California

Sponsored by the AAP Section on Transport Medicine

Held in conjunction with the AAP National Conference & Exhibition

REGISTER BY

AUGUST 20, 2010

to receive

discounted Advance

Registration Fees.

www.aap.org/sections/transmed

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Schedule of Events

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2010

H2069

10:00 AM Exhibits - Exhibit Hall

1:00 PM Welcome and Section Business Meeting

Michael Trautman, MD, FAAP - Section

Chair

1:15 PM Plenary: State of Pediatric Interfacility

Transport in 2010

Tony Woodard, MD, FAAP

In 2000 leaders in pediatric interfacility

transport met at the National Pediatric and

Neonatal Transport Leadership Conference.

From that conference a manuscript on the

state of pediatric transport at that time was

produced. The lead author will discuss where

we have come and what the industry looks

like ten years later.

2:15 PM Panel Discussion: Where Do We Need to

Be Going

Tony Woodard, MD, FAAP - Panel Moderator

Transport leaders including nurses,

respiratory therapists, and physicians will

discuss the issues that may affect pediatric

and neonatal interfacility transport in the

future.

Steve Haemmerle, BS, RRT, NREMT-P,

CMTE

Jan Romito, MSN, NNP-BC

Patricia Ramsay, MD, PhD, FAAP

3:15 PM Afternoon Break

3:30 PM Scientific Session - Abstract

Presentations and Awards

Robert Insoft, MD, FAAP - Abstract Chair

Attendees will review and learn trends in

transport medicine. This includes the latest

advances in neonatal pediatric research as it

relates to transporting neonatal and pediatric

patients.

5:00 PM Closing Remarks - Adjourn to Exhibit Hall

Webra Price Douglas, RN, PhD - Course

Co-Director

MONDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2010

C3015

7:30 AM Continental Breakfast

8:00 AM Welcome and Announcements

Michele Moss, MD, FAAP - Course Director

8:15 AM Plenary: Science of Sleep

Mark Rosekind, PhD

Interfacility transport must be available 24/7

resulting in challenges for team staffing.

Crew members often work variable shifts and

long hours which impact their sleep patterns

and can affect optimal team performance.

The science of sleep and sleep deprivation

and its effect on performance will be

discussed by a leader in sleep science.

9:15 AM Panel Discussion: Work Hours

Michele Moss, MD, FAAP - Panel Moderator

How transport teams are staffed is a

challenge for all programs to meet their

24/7 mission. Transport leaders will discuss

varieties of staffing patterns and the pros/

cons associated with them.

Michael Trautman, MD, FAAP

Webra Price Douglas, RN, PhD

10:15 AM Morning Break

10:30 AM Breakouts

CLINICAL (choose one; repeated at 11:15 am)

HFV in Transport Case Management

Studies Using Bronchotron

Tammy Bleak, RN, BSN

Complex respiratory failure is a common

cause for transport neonatal and pediatric

patients. Management of severe respiratory

failure utilizing high frequency ventilation will

be reviewed through case presentations.

Death on Transport

Sherrie Hauft, MD, FAAP

Patients dying during a transport is a painful

yet very real occurrence for crew members.

How to deal with death on transport including

the legal and psychological issues will be

discussed.

LEADERSHIP (choose one; repeated at 11:15 am)

Medical Direction and Control: Bet You

Didn’t Know This!

Keith Meyer, MD, FAAP

This session will review the basic roles and

responsibilities of medical directors and

medical control physicians. Topics include

compliance, credentialing, and general

responsibilities.

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Schedule of Events

MONDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2010 (continued)

C3015

Improvement Science 101: Don’t Sweat

the Small Stuff

Hamilton Schwartz, MD, FAAP

Jan Romito, MSN, NNP-BC

Transport programs need to continually

improve patient care delivery for their

patients to have the best outcome.

This session will introduce concepts of

improvement science and how to apply those

concepts in the transport environment.

PRACTICAL (topic presents until 12:00 PM)

Difficult Airway Simulation

Jamie Schwartz, MD

Elizabeth Berg, BSN

Airway management is a basic skill for

transport team members. Because of the

complexity of the pediatric and neonatal

patients that require transport, often their

airway management is quite complex.

During the session various ways to manage

difficult airways will be discussed and then

participants will have hands on practice of

the techniques.

12:00 PM Lunch Break - Visit Exhibit Hall

2:15 PM Plenary: No Pressure - Safety in 2010

Ira Blumen, MD

The transport environment is inherently more

dangerous than other medical environments.

Safety is the number one goal of transport

teams. Issues regarding safety and how

transport teams can perform safely will be

discussed.

3:15 PM Plenary: What We Learned from Haiti

Steve Krug, MD, FAAP

The disaster in Haiti uncovered multiple

gaps in delivery of medical care. Despite

the tragedy that occurred there are lessons

to be learned that can be used in future

disasters. What lessons were learned from

the standpoint of medical care delivery and

the process of delivery will be discussed.

4:15 PM Afternoon Break

4:30 PM Breakouts

CLINICAL (choose one; repeated at 5:15 pm)

PICU Trauma Cases

Michael Stroud, MD, FAAP

Trauma is a leading cause of mortality

and morbidity in pediatric patients. This

interactive session will permit attendees to

participate in case discussions of pediatric

trauma victims.

Maternal Transport

Steve Haemmerle, BS, RRT, NREMT-P,

CMTE

Transporting high risk OB patients to tertiary

centers allows high risk newborns to be

delivered in the best location. This session

will discuss what transport teams need to

know about moving high risk mothers.

LEADERSHIP (choose one; repeated at 5:15 pm)

Clinical Research

Robert Insoft, MD, FAAP

Developing new knowledge about transport

medicine through research is a major need in

our field. This session will discuss the tools

needed to get started doing clinical research

in the transport environment.

Ambulance Safety in the 21st Century

Webinar Follow-Up

Renee Taylor, MSN, APRN, NNP

Most pediatric and neonatal patients are

transported by ground making safety on the

ground is as important as in the air. This

session will summarize the recent AAP

sponsored webinar on ambulance safety.

PRACTICAL (topic presents until 6:00 pm)

Difficult Airway Simulation

Jamie Schwartz, MD/ Elizabeth Berg, BSN

Airway management is a basic skill for

transport team members. Because of the

complexity of the pediatric and neonatal

patients that require transport, often their

airway management is quite complex.

During the session various ways to manage

difficult airways will be discussed and then

participants will have hands on practice of

the techniques.

6:00 PM Adjourn for the day

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Schedule of Events

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2010

C4014

7:30 AM Continental Breakfast

8:00 AM Welcome and Announcements

Keith Meyer, MD, FAAP - Course Co-Director

8:15 AM Plenary: Telemedicine in 2010

James Marcin, MD

Initial management of patients before the

transport team arrives impacts the patient

outcome. The ability of the receiving hospital

to be able to see the patient and to interact

with the referring physicians aids in that

management. A pediatric intensivist expert in

transport and telemedicine will discuss what

telemedicine has to offer to patients and

transport teams to improve care.

9:15 AM Breakouts

CLINICAL (choose one; repeated at 10:00 am)

Air Leak Management

Patricia Ramsay, MD, PhD, FAAP

Barotrauma is particularly problematic in

the transport environment, especially air

transport. Management of barotrauma during

transport is discussed in this session.

NICU Cases

Sherrie Hauft, MD, FAAP

We will facilitate discussion and problem

solving of challenging neonatal transport

cases.

LEADERSHIP (choose one; repeated at 10:00 am)

Economics of Transport

Keith Meyer, MD, FAAP

This interactive session will analyze the

economic impact, advantages and potential

future of specialized neonatal and pediatric

transport teams. Both hospital based and

community models will be discussed.

Teaching with Simulation

Michael Trautman, MD, FAAP

Simulation has become the standard for

training and ongoing skills assessment for

transport team members. This session will

discuss how to design scenarios and teach

simulation.

PRACTICAL (topic presents until 11:45 am)

Difficult Airway Simulation

Jamie Schwartz, MD/ Elizabeth Berg, BSN

Airway management is a basic skill for

transport team members. Because of the

complexity of the pediatric and neonatal

patients that require transport, often their

airway management is quite complex.

During the session various ways to manage

difficult airways will be discussed and then

participants will have hands on practice of

the techniques.

10:45 AM Break

11:00 AM Plenary: Team Training

Michael Meyer, MD, FAAP

Because of the large variety of pediatric and

neonatal patients, transport teams require

considerable knowledge in a vast array of

areas including performance of life saving

skills. The initial education and ongoing

evaluation of teams is discussed in this

plenary session.

12:00 PM Closing Remarks and Adjournment

Michele Moss, MD, FAAP - Course Director

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Faculty

Planning Committee

M. Michele Moss, MD, FAAP

Course Director

Keith Meyer, MD, FAAP

Course Co-Director

Webra Price Douglas, RN, PhD

Course Co-Director

Michael Trautman, MD, FAAP

Section Chairperson

Faculty

Elizabeth Berg, BSN

Tammy Bleak, RN, BSN

Ira J. Blumen, MD

Steve Haemmerle, BS, RRT,

NREMT-P, CMTE

Sherrie M. Hauft, MD, FAAP

Robert M. Insoft, MD, FAAP

Steve Krug, MD, FAAP

James P. Marcin, MD

Michael T. Meyer, MD, FAAP

Patricia L. Ramsay, MD, PhD,

FAAP

Janice M. Romito, MSN, NNP-BC

Mark R. Rosekind, PhD

Hamilton P. Schwartz, MD, FAAP

Jamie M. Schwartz, MD

Michael H. Stroud, MD, FAAP

Renee Taylor, MSN, APRN, NNP

Tony Woodward, MD, MBA, FAAP

General Course Information

Course on Neonatal and Pediatric Critical Care Transport Medicine

October 3-5, 2010 • San Francisco, CA

Target Audience: Physicians, nurses, respiratory care

practitioners, paramedics, administrators, policy makers,

and other healthcare professionals.

Program Description: The Section on Transport

Medicine is hosting the biennial Course on Neonatal and

Pediatric Critical Care Transport Medicine in conjunction

with its academic and scientific program.

Through the Transport Course the Section assembles

people from diverse regions, disciplines, and practice

settings to learn and share their expertise in the

challenging field of neonatal and pediatric transport

medicine. The Conference will open with the Section’s

scientific and academic program. The primary focus of

the plenaries will be the state of interfacility transport

medicine in 2010. Abstracts on the latest neonatal and

pediatric transport research will also be presented.

Specialty trained transport teams develop unique skills

for extending advanced care to patients during transfer.

These teams working with specialized centers and

referring pediatricians create a vital continuum of patient

care and pediatric community education. The second day

of the conference will include multiple aspects of neonatal

and pediatric transport medicine. Highlights include a

presentation on the science of sleep, a panel discussion

on work hours, a session on what we learned from Haiti

as it pertains to disaster preparedness, and a breakout on

difficult airway simulation.

The final day of the conference will offer a plenary on

telemedicine in 2010, another plenary on team training,

and day two of lively breakout sessions.

Program Objective: The 2010 Course on Neonatal and

Pediatric Critical Care Transport Medicine & Section

Program covers two half days and one entire day

highlighting the latest advances in transport medicine.

It addresses the latest clinical issues regarding the

care of transport patients as well as the administration,

planning, and delivery of pediatric inter-facility transport.

Participants will also have a great opportunity to network

with other transport teams.

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Registration Information, Fees & CME Credit

Registration

The Course is being held in

conjunction with the 2010

AAP National Conference & Exhibition (NCE). All Course

attendees must register for the NCE in order to participate.

To obtain 2010 NCE registration and hotel forms, visit

www.AAPexperieNCE.org or call 866/THE-AAP1

(866/843-2271). Advance registration is open through

August 20, 2010. On-site registration rates apply August

21 through October 5, 2010.

Fees

TRANSPORT COURSE $125 $125

C3015 and C4014

Plus NCE fees listed below

AAP MEMBERS ADVANCE ONSITE

Fellows & Members $505 $655

Emeritus & Retired Fellows $405 $405

Resident & Post Residency Members $270 $270

NON-MEMBERS ADVANCE ONSITE

Physicians $695 $845

Non-Member Residents

& Fellows in Training $370 $370

Medical Students No Fee No Fee

NURSES & ALLIED

HEALTH PROFESSIONALS ADVANCE ONSITE

Nurses $295 $395

Allied Health Professionals $295 $395

Exhibit Hours

MOSCONE CONVENTION CENTER

Saturday, October 2.................... 12:15 pm – 4:00 pm

Sunday, October 3...................... 10:00 am – 7:00 pm

Monday, October 4....................... 8:00 am – 2:00 pm

Accreditation and CME Credit Designation

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) is accredited

by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical

Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical

education for physicians.

The AAP designates this educational activity for a

maximum of 53.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits.

Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with

the extent of their participation in the activity.

This activity is acceptable for a maximum of 53.5 AAP

credits. These credits can be applied toward the AAP

CME/CPD Award available to Fellows and Candidate

Members of the AAP.

The American Academy of Physician Assistants accepts

AMA PRA Category 1 Credit from organizations

accredited by the ACCME.

This activity, American Academy of Pediatrics — 2010

National Conference & Exhibition, with a beginning date

of October 1, 2010, has been reviewed and is acceptable

for up to 35.25 Prescribed credit(s) by the American

Academy of Family Physicians. Since some sessions run

concurrently, no more than 35.25 credits may be reported.

This program is approved for 53.5 NAPNAP contact hours

of which 26.76 contain pharmacology (Rx) content per

the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners

Continuing Education Guidelines. AMA PRA Category

1 Credits are not designated for social events and

sessions that state (No CME Credit).

RECORDING AMA PRA CATEGORY 1 CREDIT ON

YOUR AAP TRANSCRIPT

As a member or PediaLink ® subscriber, you have the

option of logging on to PediaLink.org to record your

AMA PRA Category 1 Credit on your AAP transcript.

CME credit for NCE will post approximately 2 days after

the conference. Non-AAP members may find instructions

regarding claiming credit in specially marked red

envelopes in the official NCE tote bag.

CLAIMING AMA PRA CATEGORY 1 CREDIT

A certificate of participation and credit claim worksheet

listing all education sessions offered at the NCE and

the number of CME credits vailable for each session

are provided to you in a red envelope in your tote bag

to assist in tracking your credits. Please keep your

completed certificate of participation for your records,

even if you do not want to record AMA PRA Category 1

Credit on your AAP transcript.

Information

For information on the AAP Section on

Transport Medicine, please contact:

S. Niccole Alexander, MPP

Manager, Division of Hospital and Surgical Services

American Academy of Pediatrics

141 Northwest Point Boulevard

Elk Grove Village, IL 60007

Phone: 847/434-4799 or 800/433-9016, ext 4799

www.aap.org/sections/transmed

E-mail: nalexander@aap.org

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