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Sunday OCTOBER 12F2129 Dispelling ADHD Myths andMisconceptions in Primary Care➤➤Repeats as F3155Convention Center, 28 CDThis session will review popular myths about thecare of children with attention-deficit/hyperactivitydisorder (ADHD) and equip participants withtake-home skills to counsel families about theimportance of evidence-based care to improvelong-term outcomes for children with ADHD.Andrew Adesman, MD, FAAPF2130 Preventing HPV-Related Cancers:Pediatricians and the HPV VaccineConvention Center, 29 CDThe human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine has beenwidely used in many countries and has proven tobe very safe and effective. However, immunizationrates for adolescents in the United States areunacceptably low and are lagging behind othervaccines recommended for children at ages 11to 12 years. Thus, a large number of adolescentsremain unprotected against the HPV serotypes thatcause most cervical cancers in women and otheranogenital and oral cancers in women and men. Inthis session, the epidemiology of HPV infections andrelated cancers, the rationale for current AAP recommendations,and the safety and effectiveness of thecurrently licensed HPV vaccines will be presented.Joseph Bocchini, MD, FAAPF2131 Speaking Skills for Everyone: FromOffice Meetings to National ConferencesConvention Center, 28 EPowerful presentations change lives. Presentationskills can be learned. Teaching and communicationskills are core competencies that you need whetheryou are speaking to a patient or at a national conferenceor to a TV audience. Participants will learnvarious teaching strategies that can be used acrossmultiple settings applying adult learning theory toexpress their message creatively and memorably.Attendees will learn to craft the organization oftheir presentation as a story by combining factsand emotions for maximum impact. Discussionabout the dangers of PowerPoint and cognitiveload theory will be addressed, and PowerPointpearls and pitfalls will be demonstrated.Karen Miller, MD, FAAPF2132 T Sports Dermatology: Pearls forthe PediatricianConvention Center, 32Skin conditions will be discussed that haveimplications for athletes. Emphasis will be onthe contagious skin conditions such as herpesgladiatorum, tinea gladiatorum, molluscum contagiosumand methicillin-resistant Staphylococcusaureus (MRSA). Guidelines from the NationalHigh School Athletic Association sports medicinecommittee will be reviewed along with the NationalCollege Athletic Association recommendations.Recognition and treatment of common conditionssuch tinea cruris, tinea pedis, ingrown toenails,and traumatic bullae will also be covered.Gregory Landry, MD, FAAPPOINT-COUNTERPOINT4:00pm – 5:00pmD2135 Developmental Dysplasia of theHip: Should Screening Be Abandoned?Convention Center, 30 ABCThis will be a scintillating debate between 2pediatric orthopaedic surgeons with many years ofexperience caring for children with developmentaldysplasia of the hip (DDH). Should screeningfor DDH be abandoned? The natural history ofuntreated DDH, complications of treatment,problems with late diagnosis and treatment,the role of ultrasound and radiographs, thecost of treatment, and the long-term outcomesof DDH will be highlighted in this educationaland entertaining point-counterpoint session.PRO: Brian Shaw, MD, FAAOS, FAAPCON: Lee Segal, MD, FAAPAUDIENCE RESPONSE CASE DISCUSSION4:00pm – 5:30pmA2137 Interactive Neonatal Case ReviewsConvention Center, 25Selected questions from the Neoreviews Plusonline learning experience will be presented tothe audience in a way to stimulate discussionabout important topics related to neonatal diseaseand management. In addition to providingclinical content, the value of this type of onlineexperience as a tool for continuing learning andfulfillment of MOC requirements will be stressed.William Engle, MD, FAAP; John Hartline, MD, FAAPA2138 PREP:Live—Emergency MedicineConvention Center, 31This session will use the PREP Self-Assessmentformat to improve the knowledge baseand management skills of pediatriciansin common pediatric emergencies.Jay Pershad, MD, FAAP; Martha Wright, MD, FAAPA2139 Primary Care PsychopharmacologyCCRepeats from A1095Convention Center, 33Alison Schonwald, MD, FAAPINTERACTIVE GROUP FORUM4:00pm – 5:30pmI2141 Cerebral Palsy: Spasticity, Tone,Treatments, and TherapiesConvention Center, 7 BFaculty will provide information and guidance relatedto cerebral palsy and associated or similar conditions.Discussion will include discriminating different typesof tone movement conditions; using decision treesfor considering pharmacologic, therapeutic, surgical,and/or equipment interventions; techniques forspecific examinations and observation of childrento better inform these decisional steps. Facultywill address methods for optimal communicationwith pediatric orthopedic surgeons and/or physicalmedicine physicians for coordinated care.Henry Chambers, MD, FAAP; Nancy Murphy, MD, FAAPI2143 Yes You Can! Chapters RunningQI/Maintenance of Certification ProjectsConvention Center, 21The session will begin with brief didactic presentationsby physician leaders of statewide qualityimprovement (QI) efforts led by AAP chapters thathave had success using a variety of approaches.These presentations will focus on how each chapterconducted its work, funded it, worked with partners,overcame barriers, collected and managed data,and identified and used experts in QI. The physicianleaders will end by sharing lessons learned from theirefforts to date. Participants will plan one to threeinitial steps to launch a new initiative in their ownchapter or enhance an existing chapter QI effort.Sean Gleeson, MD, MBA, FAAP; Andrew Stubblefield, MD, FAAPSEMINAR4:00pm – 5:30pmS2145 A Chest Pain and Syncope:Functional or FatalCCRepeats from S2055Convention Center, 30 DEStuart Berger, MD, FAAPS2146 T Ouch!: Overuse Injuries inYoung AthletesCCRepeats from S1111Convention Center, 29 ABJoel Brenner, MD, MPH, FAAP; Teri McCambridge, MD, FAAPS2147 Enuresis: It’s Alarming!CCRepeats from S1106Convention Center, 28 ABMary Pipan, MD, FAAPS2148 Recognizing Alcohol-RelatedNeurodevelopmental Disorder in PrimaryHealthcare of ChildrenConvention Center, 27Prenatal exposure to alcohol is the leadingpreventable cause of birth defects, intellectualdisability, and neurodevelopmental disorders. Thenondiagnostic umbrella term “fetal alcohol spectrumdisorders (FASDs)” is used to characterize the fullrange of diagnoses resulting from prenatal alcoholexposure, including fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS),partial fetal alcohol syndrome (pFAS), alcoholrelatedneurodevelopmental disorder (ARND),and alcohol-related birth defects (ARBD). Thesedisorders result in a broad array of physical defectsand cognitive, behavioral, emotional, and adaptivefunctioning deficits that can vary from mild to severe.Through participation in this session primary care62 AAP National Conference & Exhibition • October 11–14, 2014 •$$ Tickets Required

OCTOBER 12Sundaypediatricians will gain a better understanding of theirrole in identifying children who may have ARND, howpatients “without the face” of FASD are diagnosed,and the patient and family management strategiesthat should occur within the medical home.Joseph Hagan, MD, FAAP; Carol Weitzman, MD, FAAPS2149 Managing Type 1 Diabetes inPrimary CareConvention Center, 24This session will describe the current managementof type 1 diabetes in children, the needsof children with diabetes in the school setting,and the role of the pediatrician in supporting thatcare. Faculty will discuss the responsibilities andcapabilities of school staff in meeting these needsand providing a safe environment in which childrencan learn. Participants will learn about the EQIPPmodule, “Step Up Diabetes Care,” and NationalDiabetes Education Program (NDEP) guidelines.Michael Gottschalk, MD, PhDS2150 What’s New in AdolescentReproductive Health: Long-ActingReversible Contraception and Pap SmearGuidelines➤➤Repeats as S3057Convention Center, 26Long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARCS)(subdermal implants and intrauterine devices),represent an underutilized method of contraception inadolescents and young adults. Many barriers relatedto patient and provider misperceptions regardingLARCS persist and lack of knowledge is pervasive,especially among young women and their mothers,surrounding the new guidelines for cervical cancerscreening. The purpose of this seminar is to updatethe practicing pediatrician on the effectiveness,mechanisms of action, safety, and indications foruse of LARCS in adolescent girls; the seminar willalso provide a comprehensive review of screening forcervical cancer in adolescent and young adult women.Paula Hillard, MDW2155 T Hands-on Examination ofTShoulder and ElbowCCRepeats from W2119Convention Center, 11 AAlex Diamond, DO, MPH, FAAP; Andrew Gregory, MD,FACSM, FAAPSpecial Event (Not Designated for CME Credit)4:00pm – 5:30pmV2156 CPR Anytime®TMarriott Marquis, PresidioCPR Anytime®teaches the basics of CPR throughhands-on skills, using the Mini Baby and MiniAnne CPR Learning Manikins and the CPRSkills Practice DVDs. Each registered family willreceive both the infant and child/adult kits, whichcontain a personal learning manikin, the CPRSkills Practice DVD, fold-out Quick ReferenceGuides, and other program accessories.SELECTED SHORT SUBJECT5:00pm – 5:45pmF2158 I Can’t Feel the Testis: CurrentApproach to the Management of theUndescended TestisConvention Center, 28 EThere continues to be a significant amount ofvariability in the management of the undescendedtestis, including the use of radiographic testing,use of hormonal therapy, timing of referral, andsurgical management. This session will addressthe current medical and surgical approach to theundescended testis and the long-term implications ofthis condition as it relates to fertility and cancer risk.Discussion of related conditions such as retractiletestis and ascending testis will also be discussed.Thomas Kolon, MD, FAAPF2162 The Sleep-Obesity ConnectionCCRepeats from F1117Convention Center, 32Elsie Taveras, MD, FAAPF2163 Not Your Daddy’s Tobacco: WhatPediatricians Need to Know aboutE-Cigarettes and Other Tobacco ProductsConvention Center, 29 CDDuring this session, participants will learn about thenew emerging and alternative tobacco and nicotinedelivery products that their patients and familiesmight be using or exposed to. They will also learntechniques for how to discuss these products withtheir patients and families in a clinical practice settingand resources that can help them. Additionally,participants will learn how their voice can impactpolicy development for new emerging and alternativeproducts to help protect children and families.Rachel Grana, PhD, MPHSpecial Event (Not Designated for CME Credit)5:30pm – 7:00pmAAP President’s ReceptionExhibit HallMingle with AAP leadership and enjoy complimentaryfood on the exhibit floor. Exhibit hoursare extended this evening to talk with exhibitors.DAILY SCHEDULE SUNS2151 Urinalysis: Secrets of the Sediment,Hematuria, and ProteinuriaConvention Center, 9This session will provide background informationand educate the audience about the reasonsone might perform a urinalysis (UA). Facultywill describe the components of the UA andreview the interpretation of the results.Bradley Dixon, MD, FAAPWORKSHOP4:00pm – 5:30pmW2154 Emergencies in the Office: AreYou Ready?TCCRepeats from W2120Convention Center, 11 BJoshua Nagler, MD, FAAP; Lise Nigrovic, MD, MPH, FAAPF2160 The Connected Pediatrician:Personal, Digital, and Virtual CareConvention Center, 10Learn about the use of technology and social mediato enhance the patient/family-practice relationship.If this relationship is relevant and meaningful, thepatient’s health can be significantly improved.Todd Wolynn, MD, MMM, FAAPF2161 The Current Epidemic of Thrombosisin Children and Adolescents: How toRecognize, Prevent, and Treat➤➤Repeats as F3123Convention Center, 28 CDThis session will address the epidemiology ofthrombotic disease in pediatrics. Faculty will reviewthe individual congenital and acquired risk factorsand the diagnosis of thrombotic disease. Attendeeswill also receive information on the treatment ofacute events and current prevention strategies.Guy Young, MD, FAAP7:00pm – 8:00pmYoung Physicians ReceptionConvention Center, Ballroom 20 FoyerAs a new generation of advocates for children,you’ll find this the perfect event for makingconnections! Join us for a fabulous array of food,drinks, and prizes.Supported by Mead Johnson Nutrition$$ Sports Tickets in the Required World of PediatricsSpanish/English Interpretation AAP National Conference & Exhibition • October 11–14, 2014 • 63

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