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Saturday OCTOBER 11INTERACTIVE GROUP FOURM4:00pm – 5:30pmI1138 Don’t Believe Everything You Read:Getting the Most Out of Journal ArticlesConvention Center, 7 BParticipants will review multiple examples ofcommon errors from pediatric journal articles.The examples will teach participants how tobe more discriminating readers of researchconclusions and statistics in journal articles.Valerie Flaherman, MD, MPH; Thomas Newman, MD,MPH, FAAPSEMINAR4:00pm – 5:30pmS1143 Is Subdural Hemorrhage Only SeenWith Abuse?Convention Center, 28 ABClearly, infants with subdural hematoma andother abusive injuries such as fractures, bruises,or abdominal injuries are extremely likely to havebeen abused. But what of children with unexplainedsubdural hematomas? While subdural hematomasare commonly considered to be traumatic injuries, isevery unexplained subdural hematoma presumptiveevidence of trauma, and therefore abuse? Abusedeniers claim that the classic “triad” of subduralhematoma, retinal hemorrhages, and encephalopathyis being thoughtlessly used to diagnose abuse,whereas others reasonably ask what other plausibleexplanation there could be for intracranial bleeding.With the risks of under and over-reporting so high,what is a pediatrician to do when faced with achild who has an isolated subdural hematoma?Mark Dias, MD, FAAP; Christopher Greeley, MD, FAAPS1144 Health and Mental Health Needs ofChildren in US Military FamiliesConvention Center, 28 EThis session will address the recent statistics-relatedUS military services and deployment experiences.Specifically addressed will be the health and mentalhealth effects of deployment on service members,their spouses, and their children. Using lecture andcases, strategies to provide anticipatory guidance andassessment and brief interventions will be discussed.Beth Ellen Davis, MD, MPH, FAAPS1145 Behavioral Screening andManagement in Primary Care➤➤Repeats as S3052Convention Center, 27This session will provide discussion to equip primarypediatric health care providers to become confidentin managing all common behavioral concernsthat present in primary care pediatric practice.Nathan Blum, MD, FAAP; Catherine Riley, MDS1146 Care for Children Who AreAssisted by Technology: Forging the BestPartnerships with CaregiversConvention Center, 29 CDThis session will use traditional presentation toreview the history and current state of children livingat home in the United States who are dependenton technology; professional guidance published todate on crucial considerations in planning transitionhomes; fundamental priorities of the Medical HomeInitiative; and foundational principles of professionalpartnerships among pediatricians, parents, andfamily caregivers. The faculty will deliver valuableinsights and suggestions to pediatricians lookingto optimize skills needed to make the absolutemost of these partnerships in their own practices.Margaret Hood, MD, FAAP; Kimberly SistekS1148 A Dealing with Common AllergyConundrums in the Pediatrician’s Office➤➤Repeats as S2056Convention Center, 30 DEPediatricians frequently encounter patients withhistories of adverse, and possibly, allergic reactionsto foods, antibiotics, other medications, insectstings, and vaccines. These can be difficult adverseclinical reactions to assess. Many times, thesepatients get labeled as “allergic” without a sufficientdiagnostic workup. Although the clinical history canbe useful, it is not always the determining factorin ruling out an allergic reaction. This session willreview selected cases, including skin testing, thatcan be undertaken to help identify an allergicsensitivity (eg, penicillin, venom, and vaccines).John Kelso, MD, FAAP; Scott Sicherer, MD, FAAPS1149 The Multidisciplinary Evaluationand Management of PediatricLymphadenopathy: What Should I Doand When?CCRepeats from S1060Convention Center, 29 ABRachael Grace, MD; Catherine Lachenauer, MDWORKSHOP4:00pm – 5:30pmW1150 T THands-on RheumatologyWorkshop for the PediatricianCCRepeats from W1114Convention Center, 11 AKaren Marzan, MD, FAAPW1151 Eye Examination Skills Usingthe OphthalmoscopeT➤➤Repeats as W2060Convention Center, 11 BBecome confident in your ability to use the ophthalmoscopeto evaluate the cornea, retina, and opticnerve. Following a short didactic introduction, oneon-oneinstructor guidance is provided in techniquesfor examining infants and children. Case studieswill be used to illustrate key findings. This sessionis suitable for those who desire the most basicinstruction or those who wish to enhance their skills.We guarantee you will see the optic disc by the endof this workshop and have fun in the process.Robert Gross, MD, MBA, FAAP; Steven Lichtenstein, MD,FAAO, FAAPSELECTED SHORT SUBJECT5:00pm – 5:45pmF1153 Outbreak!: Working with Your HealthDepartmentConvention Center, 9This session will describe different examples ofoutbreaks (eg, tuberculosis [TB] in an upper middleclass child care center and a hepatitis outbreakin a middle school). The session will focus onlessons learned and emphasis on the value ofpartnering with health department personnel.Howard Taras, MD, FAAPF1154 T Vitamin D: Bones and Beyond—When to Screen, Whom to Treat and Howto TreatCCRepeats from F1071Convention Center, 24Neville Golden, MD, FAAPF1155 Lumps and Bumps in Children➤➤Repeats as F2124Convention Center, 26The faculty will discuss examples of cutaneousnodules and assist the attendees in gaining knowledgeon the management and appropriate work-up.Jeffrey Sugarman, MD, PhDF1156 Addressing Mental Health Concernsin Primary Care➤➤Repeats as F2122Convention Center, 28 CDThis session will describe the prevalence of mentalhealth concerns in the pediatric populationand assist attendees to differentiate mentalhealth concerns that can be managed within thepediatric medical home from those that shouldbe referred to mental health specialists. Therewill also be discussion on resources availableto assist in developing strategies for screening,assessment, management, and tracking systemsfor mental health concerns and for creating linkswith local community mental health resources.Rebecca Baum, MD, FAAP48 AAP National Conference & Exhibition • October 11–14, 2014 • AAPexperience.org$$ Tickets Required

OCTOBER 11SaturdayADVERTISEMENTF1157 Burns: How and When to Care forThem in the OfficeCCRepeats from F1035Convention Center, 32Joseph Carey, MDSpecial Events (Not Designated for CME Credit)5:45pm – 7:00pmSurgical Specialist ReceptionMarriott Marquis, Marriott Hall FoyerJoin your fellow surgical specialists for networkingand complimentary food and drink. Come discussthe latest surgical practices and advancements.5:30pm – 7:00pmCommunity Pediatrics Awards &Poster DisplayMarriott Marquis, Marriott Hall 4AAP Council on Community Pediatrics and theCommunity Access to Child Health (CATCH)Program will present the 2014 CommunityPediatrics Awards and the CATCH F. EdwardsRushton Award. The event incudes a poster displaysession featuring successful community healthprograms. Light refreshments will be served.6:30pm – 7:30pmSection on Medical Students,Residents, and Fellowship TraineesProgram Reception and Poster Display(Immediately follows the SOMSRFTEducation Program)USS Midway Aircraft Carrier(Shuttle buses depart the Hilton Bayfront at 6:15pm)Enjoy an evening of networking while viewingthe clinical case poster presentations.Reception Supported by Abbott Nutrition7:00pm – 10:00pmSan Diego Experience! at theUSS Midway Aircraft CarrierYou’re notopeningthe doorto sex.Visit Booth #955 tofind out what CDC tools andresources are available to helpyou successfully communicate theimportance of HPV vaccine with parents.You’reclosingthe doorto cancer.HPV vaccine is cancer prevention.Low HPV vaccination rates are leavinganother generation of boys and girlsvulnerable to devastating cancerscaused by HPV.DAILY SCHEDULE SATStep aboard the USS Midway for an incredibleSan Diego Experience!Shuttle bus transportation provided from allconference hotels except the Wyndham Baysideand the Embassy Suites.See page 113 for more information.www.cdc.gov/vaccines/youarethekey$$ Sports Tickets in the Required World of PediatricsSpanish/English Interpretation AAP National Conference & Exhibition • October 11–14, 2014 • AAPexperience.org 49

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