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Sunday OCTOBER 12Special Event (Not Designated for CME Credit)7:00am – 8:15amDistrict BreakfastsHilton Bayfront (see signs onsite for specific room assignments)Join your colleagues in an informal setting and learn more about what is happening in your chapterand district by attending your district breakfast. District leaders will provide an update on nationalinitiatives as well as regional hot topics.X2006 A Everyday Neurology Questionsfrom PediatriciansCCRepeats from X1007Convention Center, 30 DEMax Wiznitzer, MD, FAAPX2007 Infectious Disease Issues inInternationally Adopted ChildrenConvention Center, 28 ABInternationally adopted children have often beeninfected with local pathogens prior to their adoption.This session will start with what familiesshould do in advance to protect themselves whentraveling to pick up an international adoptee aswell as how to protect all those who will be inthe home. Faculty will then discuss appropriatescreening tests for the internationally adopted childand approaches to vaccinating these children.Margaret Fisher, MD, FAAPMEET-THE-EXPERT-DISCUSSION7:00am – 8:00amX2003 Inhaled and Systemic CorticosteroidTherapy: Effects on Growth and AdrenalSuppressionCCRepeats from X1005Convention Center, 32Mitchell Geffner, MDX2004 Not Just “Back to Sleep”: WhatYou Still Don’t Know About Safe Sleepfor InfantsConvention Center, 29 ABPositional asphyxia is the leading preventable causeof death among infants under 1 year of age. Unsafesleep practices are prevalent, particularly amongcertain racial and ethnic groups. While the Backto Sleep campaign was enormously successful inreducing the rates of sudden infant death syndrome(SIDS), unsafe sleep environments due to bedsharing, unsafe sleep locations, and unnecessaryitems in the bed continue to cause numerous infantdeaths annually. Recent studies have shown that theoverwhelming majority of advertisements in parentingmagazines depict unsafe sleep environments, sendingconflicting and potentially harmful messages toparents. This session will cover the literature relatedto safe sleep practices, fatality review, and SUIDI—the Sudden Unexplained Infant Death Investigationprotocol of the Centers for Disease Control andPrevention, and learn how to talk with parents aboutthis important but potentially sensitive topic.Erich Batra, MD, FAAPX2005 Telehealth for Complex Children:Devil’s in the DetailsConvention Center, 28 EA background overview of telemedicine will be presentedincluding a discussion of existing telehealthinitiatives. Case material from pediatric palliative care(a pediatric home ventilator program and a homepediatric palliative care program) will be presentedto illustrate the application of telehealth in the homecare of children receiving palliative care. Discussion ofthe current strengths and weaknesses of telehealthwill be provided from a multidisciplinary perspective.David Steinhorn, MD, FAAPX2008 Understanding and Applying theNewest Guidelines for Food AllergyCCRepeats from X1004Convention Center, 29 CDScott Sicherer, MD, FAAPX2009 Sleep-Disordered BreathingProblems of Children➤➤Repeats as X4008Convention Center, 31This session will address the common sleep-disorderedbreathing problems of children who maypresent in the primary care physician’s officeincluding obstructive sleep apnea, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) or other learningproblems, and restless legs syndrome. Sleepmedicine is an emerging field and this will providethe pediatrician with a better understanding ofsleep-disordered breathing issues and guidanceregarding when to refer to a sleep specialist.Leila Kheirandish-Gozal, MDX2010 Pump It Up! Acute NeuromuscularDisorders You Should Not MissConvention Center, 33Weakness in infancy and childhood can be the resultof problems with muscles, neuromuscular junction,nerves, or any other part of the nervous system.Although making a diagnosis can be challenging inthe office, certain neuromuscular disorders can belife-threatening and should not be missed (eg, infantbotulism, Guillain-Barré syndrome). Our expert willguide you through the initial steps, including how todifferentiate between weakness and decreased tone.John Day, MD, PhDX2011 Aspiration and GastroesophagealReflux: Most Common Cause of RecurrentPneumonia in Children?CCRepeats from X1006Convention Center, 30 ABCGerald Loughlin, MD, FAAP52 AAP National Conference & Exhibition • October 11–14, 2014 • AAPexperience.org$$ Tickets Required

OCTOBER 12SundaySECTION/COUNCIL PROGRAM7:30am – 12:00pmH2015 T Section on OrthopaedicsProgram: Day 2Marriott Marquis, Marina Ballroom Salon G7:30am7:35am9:30am9:45am11:15am11:55am12:00pmWelcomeRichard Schwend, MD, FAAP, SectionChairpersonNorman Otsuka, MD, FAAP. AbstractChairpersonScientific Session IVBreakScientific Session VTop 10 Sports PapersAndrew Gregory, MD, FACSM, FAAPJ. Todd Lawrence, MD, PhDResearch AwardsNorman Otsuka, MD, FAAPSupported by Pediatric Orthopaedic Society ofNorth AmericaAdjourn7:30am – 12:30pmH2016 Section on Surgery Program: Day 3Marriott Marquis, Marriott Hall 37:30am Breakfast with Siggy & Mike (akaClinical Problem Solving Session)Michael Caty, MD, FACS, FAAP; SigmundEin, MD, FACS, FAAP9:00am Break9:15am Scientific Session #410:45am Break11:00am Scientific Session #512:30pm Adjourn8:00am – 11:00amH2018 Section on Child Abuse & NeglectProgramBest Practices for Child Abuse Prevention& IdentificationMarriott Marquis, Leucadia8:00am8:50am9:40am10:30amPrevention of Child Abuse & NeglectHoward Dubowitz, MD, PhD, FAAPWhen You Are Concerned: InjuryIdentificationDaniel Lindberg, MDAfter the ReportMegan Letson, MD, MEd, FAAPQuestion & Answer Session8:00am – 12:00pmH2020 Section on Allergy & ImmunologyProgram: Day 2New and Emerging Diagnostic Tools andTherapies in Pediatric Allergy, Asthma, &ImmunologyHilton Bayfront, Sapphire Ballroom MN8:00am Acknowledgement of Travel GrantRecipients and Case Presentationsby Pediatric Residents and Allergy/Immunology Fellows9:30am On Track with Trecs: NewbornScreening for Primary ImmuneDeficienciesThomas Fleisher, MD, FAAP10:15am Break10:30am Food Allergy at School and DaycareCorinne Keet, MD, FAAP11:15am Presentation of 2014 Bret RatnerPediatric Allergy and ImmunologyAward & LectureSupported by Abbott NutritionRecipient: Scott Sicherer, MD, FAAP12:00pm Break➤➤See also H2083 Joint Program: Sectionon Allergy & Immunology and Section onInfectious Diseases8:00am – 1:00pmH2017 Section on Senior MembersProgramHealth Issues for Pediatricians: “PhysicianHeal Thyself”Hilton Bayfront, Sapphire Ballroom I8:00am8:05am8:55am9:45am10:00am10:50am11:30am12:00pm1:00pmWelcomeJames Shira, MD, FAAPOptimizing Heart HealthKern Buckner, MDDefenses Against Dementia:Maintaining Mental AgilityDilip Jeste, MDBreakCaring for Aging SkinWilliam Crain, MDPodium Presentations for Three BestPediatric History AbstractsSection Business Meeting; Presentationof Section AwardAward Supported by Mead Johnson NutritionSection LunchAdjourn8:00am – 1:00pmH2021 T Section on Obesity ProgramObesity Crash Course: Motivating Familiesfor SuccessHilton Bayfront, Indigo Ballroom B8:00am9:00am10:00am10:15am11:15am12:30pm1:00pmMotivational Interviewing in Practice:A State of the Art ReviewKen Resnicow, PhDMI Workshop: Using MI Skills in BriefClinical EncountersKen Resnicow, PhDBreakSetting the Stage: CBT in Practice forWeight ManagementMyles Faith, PhDPrinciples of “How” in Weight ManagementMyles Faith, PhDSOOb Business Meeting and NetworkingAdjourn8:00am – 3:00pmH2023 Section on Perinatal PediatricsProgram: Day 3Medication Considerations in Neonatal PatientsHilton Bayfront, Sapphire Ballroom CDGHModerators: Mary Nock, MD, FAAP8:00am Update from the Committee on Fetusand NewbornKristi Watterberg, MD FAAP8:30am Welcome and Introduction8:35am Overuse of Anti-Reflux Medicationsin NeonatesAnna Maria Hibbs, MD, MSCE, FAAP9:10am Consequences of the Overuse ofAntibiotics in the NICUC. Michael Cotten, MD9:45am Break10:00am Antiepileptic Medications and theNeonatal BrainRonnie Guillet, MD, PhD, FAAP10:35am “Inert” Ingredients in Drugs Usedin the NICUCynthia Bearer, MD, PhD, FAAP11:10am Medications in Development toTreat ROPHelen Mintz-Hittner, MD, FAAP11:45am-1:00pm Lunch on your own12:00pm Neonatology Career Development Seminar:“Forging an Academic Career Path”Led by: Anna Maria Hibbs, MD, MSCE,FAAP; Renate Savich, MD, FAAP1:00pm Concurrent WorkshopsWorkshop A: Anatomy of a Lawsuitfor NeonatologistsJonathan Fanaroff, MD, JD, FAAP; WilliamMcDonnell, MD, JD, FAAPWorkshop B: Data for QualityImprovement: A Survey of Tools andMethods You Should Be Using NowMunish Gupta, MD, FAAP; Heather Kaplan,MD, FAAPDAILY SCHEDULE SUN$$ Sports Tickets in the Required World of PediatricsSpanish/English Interpretation AAP National Conference & Exhibition • October 11–14, 2014 • AAPexperience.org 53

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