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Monday OCTOBER 13SELECTED SHORT SUBJECT2:00pm – 2:45pmF3086 Designer and Party Drugs: NewHighs, Old Problems, and What to Do➤➤Repeats as F3154Convention Center, 29 CDThis session will present an update on the latestdesigner and party drugs currently used by teens andyoung adults. Web sites that are often accessed byadolescents concerning these drugs will be explored.Counseling tips will teach how to successfullyapproach this issue with adolescent patients, andcases will be presented and discussed.Seth Ammerman, MD, FAAPF3087 T Gym Shorts, Bullies, Time, andSweat: Why Aren’t Our Kids Active?➤➤Repeats as F4039Convention Center, 26This session will include a discussion of howphysical activity affects health and how inadequatephysical activity contributes to childhood obesity.The discussion will focus on how pediatricianscan promote physical activity for their patients byhelping them overcome their individual barriers toincreased activity. The role of the pediatrician asa community leader to increase physical activityfor children and families will also be addressed.Stephen Daniels, MD, PhD, FAAPF3088 The Evaluation of Children in thePrimary Care Setting When Sexual Abuseis SuspectedConvention Center, 9The pediatrician has a critical role in identifyingand medically evaluating children with concernsfor sexual abuse. This session will provide a “bestpractices” approach to the medical evaluation ofsexual abuse in children, with an overview of thelatest clinical report and guidance from the AAP.This discussion will include sexualized behavior,when to worry, risks for sexual abuse in settingsoutside the home, and how profiles of abuserschange depending on the age of the child.James Crawford-Jakubiak, MD, FAAPF3089 Management of Animal andHuman Bites➤➤Repeats as F4018Convention Center, 10Human and animal bites represent 1% to 2% ofall pediatric emergency department visits in theUnited States. Although dog and cat bites are themost common, other animal bites present specialproblems. The emergency and ongoing managementof human and animal bites will be presented,with special attention to recognizing, treating, andpreventing infection. The current epidemiologyand prevention of rabies will be discussed indetail, including some controversial issues.Jeffrey Starke, MD, FAAPF3090 Pediatric Pain and Suffering:Managing Common Problems in Childrenwith Advanced or Chronic IllnessCCRepeats from F2039Convention Center, 28 EStefan Friedrichsdorf, MD, FAAPF3091 What’s Behind This Behavior?Behavioral Traits of Genetic SyndromesConvention Center, 27Pediatricians are typically the first to be consultedfor a child’s behavioral concerns. Many geneticdisorders are associated with specific types ofbehaviors and the presence of such behavior maybe the primary clue that leads to a diagnosis.Examples might include self-injurious behavior,hypersociability, immaturity, or extreme shyness.With more genetic testing available and beingused in younger children, diagnoses are beingmade before the onset of such behaviors. In thissession, attendees will learn which behavior patternssuggest the need for genetic evaluation and whichdiagnoses are likely to be associated with behaviorsfor which anticipatory guidance or early therapiesmay prove essential for the child’s well-being.Jonathan Picker, MDAUDIENCE RESPONSE CASE DISCUSSION2:00pm – 3:30pmA3094 Common Problems in the NewbornNursery➤➤Repeats as A4022Convention Center, 33The cases presented will include a number ofcommon problems seen in the newborn nursery,including jaundice, skin lesions, infection risks,screening tests, and others. An emphasis willbe placed on prioritizing problems that requireimmediate additional evaluation as opposedto those needing close follow-up. An audienceresponse system will be used to engage theaudience in open discussion of these problems.Gilbert Martin, MD, FAAP; Warren Rosenfeld, MD, FAAPA3095 T Rapid RheumatologyConsultationConvention Center, 25Multiple case presentations will illustrate thedistinguishing features of the major rheumaticdiseases in children, focusing on diagnosis,initial management, and therapeutic monitoringneeds by the primary care physician.Ashley Cooper, MD, FAAP; Kelly Rouster-Stevens, MD, FAAPA3096 Too Tall, Too Short, Too Fat, TooThin: When to Suspect a Genetic Syndrome➤➤Repeats as A4091Convention Center, 31This session will focus on helping the busy pediatricianquickly recognize the characteristic findings ofchildren with tall or short stature, or whose weightfalls well above or below the normal range, and whohave a genetic basis for their growth disturbance.An algorithm will be provided to give the physiciana method for efficiently determining which of thesepatients would benefit from a genetics evaluationand will be demonstrated using interactive casediscussions involving the most common disordersassociated with atypical stature or weight.Lynne Bird, MD, FAAP; Susan Alexandra Phillips, MDINTERACTIVE GROUP FORUM2:00pm – 3:30pmI3097 Ready For Your Close-Up: Engagingthe Media to Inform and AdvocateConvention Center, 21Are you passionate about issues affecting children’shealth? Are you eager to use the power of the mediato reach parents, policy-makers, and the public?Learn from your pediatric colleagues how you canuse radio, television, print media, and the Interneteffectively to inform and advocate for children.Experienced peers teach attendees how to craft amessage, illustrate that message, and avoid someof the common pitfalls of media engagement.Tanya Altmann, MD, FAAP; Ari Brown, MD, FAAPI3098 Relax: Office Based Strategies toHelp Anxious Kids➤➤Repeats as I4070Convention Center, 7 BThis session will use a number of cases to illustratethe presentation of different types of anxiety problemsin children of different ages and severity. Participantswill practice using office-based strategies presentedthrough role plays and small group discussion.Participants will also be shown screening tools thatcan be used to identify children with anxiety disorders.Carolyn Bridgemohan, MD, FAAP; Carol Weitzman, MD, FAAPI3099 The Road to AdvocacyConvention Center, 7 APediatricians in all kinds of practice advocate atthe local, state, and federal level for their patientsand families. However, incorporating advocacyactivities into a busy practice is challenging.During this session, participants will learnhow the AAP can provide advocacy assistance,what type of advocacy is necessary for specificsituations, and how to incorporate advocacy intotheir pediatric practice. Examples of working atlocal, state, and federal levels will be presentedand an emphasis placed on integrating publichealth philosophies into pediatric practices.Anne Edwards, MD, FAAP; Marsha Raulerson, MD, FAAP72 AAP National Conference & Exhibition • October 11–14, 2014 • AAPexperience.org$$ Tickets Required

OCTOBER 13 MondaySEMINAR2:00pm – 3:30pmS3102 Addressing Controversial DentalQuestions in the Pediatrician’s OfficeConvention Center, 28 ABThis session will describe and discuss commonand sometimes controversial dental issues thatarise in the pediatric office. The presenter will coverthe evidence that relates to treating dental trauma,imaging in the dental office, prolonged infant feedingand sucking behaviors, and appropriate interventions,third molar removal, sedation of young children fordental treatment, and community water fluoridation.Courtney Chinn, DDS, MPHS3103 Antibiotic Update for thePediatrician➤➤Repeats as S4031Convention Center, 24The antibiotic update session will share currentimportant and clinically relevant areas of antimicrobialuse in community-associated bacterial infections thatare seen in the clinic and on hospital pediatric wards.Newly published information that has a significantimpact on clinical practice will be presented for botholder antimicrobial agents, as well as advancesinvolving the use of newly available agents.John Bradley, MD, FAAPS3104 David versus Goliath: What’s aPediatrician To Do?Convention Center, 29 ABIn order to survive, pediatricians are now facing achoice: stay independent, join a large organization orACO, or aggregate into a larger group. This is fueled bythe ACA, insurance company consolidation, and hospitalconsolidation. These choices will be examinedin the light of healthcare reform, and various independencepreserving aggregation models including groupwithout walls, independent practice association, andclinically integrated networks will be explained so thatindependent pediatricians might remain independent.Herschel Lessin, MD, FAAP; Jill Stoller, MD, FAAPS3105 From Preschool to High School:Diagnosis and Management of ADHD inPrimary Care➤➤Repeats as S4072Convention Center, 32This session will consist of an interactive discussionfor “hands-on” training in the use of the evidencebasedtools available to assist children withattention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).Andrew Adesman, MD, FAAPS3106 Hot Topics in Disaster MedicineConvention Center, 30 ABCThis session will provide attendees with an overviewof recent critical updates, pediatric disastermedicine strategies, and AAP initiatives and policiesas well as describe ways in which members cancontribute to disaster preparedness and responsein the community as well as in their practice.Steven Krug, MD, FAAP; Jeffrey Upperman, MD, FAAPS3107 T How to Doctor a Team: TeamPhysician 101CCRepeats from S2058Convention Center, 8Theodore Ganley, MD, FAAP; Paul Stricker, MD, FAAPS3108 A Update on Special FormulasEveryone Should Know➤➤Repeats as S4096Convention Center, 30 DEThis session will review special formulas (eg, for prematureinfants, infants with gastrointestinal dysfunction(malabsorption, gastroesophageal reflux disease[GERD], potential food allergies/intolerances, diarrhea/constipation)and those needing enhanced and/or specialized nutrition (eg, congenital heart disease,metabolic disorders). Formula preparation, modeof delivery, potential adverse reactions, and costconsiderations will be discussed. An algorithm willbe presented to help guide the pediatrician throughthe array of formulas to select the most cost-effectiveand appropriate formula for individual infants.Jatinder Bhatia, MD, FAAPS3109 Pediatric Hypertension: A RisingProblem➤➤Repeats as S4095Convention Center, 28 CDThis session will provide background information onpediatric hypertension and educate the audienceon the recognition of traditional and new emergingcauses of hypertension in children. The expertwill provide a framework for lifestyle strategiesto reduce the prevalence of hypertension.Daniel Feig, MD, PhD, FAAPWORKSHOP2:00pm – 3:30pmW3112 T TCasting and SplintingWorkshopCCRepeats from W3061Convention Center, 11 BAnthony Riccio, MD, FAAP; Richard Schwend, MD, FAAPW3113 Laceration Care WorkshopT➤➤Repeats as W3150Convention Center, 11 AThis session will teach participants the basics oflaceration care. This session includes a didactic overviewof wound management as well as hands-on trainingin techniques of suturing and other types of lacerationclosure. By the end of this session, attendeeswill be able to evaluate wounds to determine the bestway to manage them, learn fundamentals of suturinglacerations for best results, and care for woundsand lacerations after repair to avoid infections.Julia Grabowski, MDSELECTED SHORT SUBJECT3:00pm – 3:45pmF3115 Defining Brain Death and the Ethicsof It AllConvention Center, 9This session will assist attendees in understandingmajor ethical issues surrounding brain death, andwill provide key concepts for communicating withfamilies when their child suffers severe neurologicalinjury. Faculty will discuss recently publishednational guidelines for the determination of deathby neurological criteria, as well as examine someof the common misconceptions. A brief historyof the determination of death in general, and thedevelopment of modern understanding of brain deathwill be presented, along with distinguishing featuresthat separate brain death from persistent vegetativestate, minimally conscious state, and other forms ofsevere brain injury. Current controversies, includingcertain nations, societies, and religious groupsthat do not recognize death by neurological criteriawill be reviewed. Attendees will discuss terms thatcan often confuse families, and present vocabularythat can better aid parents and members of thehealthcare team in understanding brain death.Alexander Kon, MD, FCCM, FAAPF3116 Anatomic and Surgical PediatricGynecologic ProblemsConvention Center, 10This session will review the most common pediatricgynecologic anatomic and surgical problems.This includes the important aspects of thehistory and physical examination, as well as theappropriate role for imaging studies. This sessionwill review and highlight the basics of pediatricgynecology, especially diagnoses “not to miss.”Paula Hillard, MDF3117 Appropriate Recognition andManagement of AnaphylaxisCCRepeats from F3039Convention Center, 26Mitchell Lester, MD, FAAPF3118 Nonpharmacologic Treatments forChronic Pain in PediatricsConvention Center, 29 CDThis session will provide an overall description ofpain amplification, including statistics regardingchronic pain in the pediatric population. Thediscussion will include multidisciplinary approaches,including hypnosis and research to support itsuse; information on transcutaneous electricalnerve stimulation (TENS) units; biofeedback;and information on massage therapy.Ana Maria Verissimo, MD, MA, FAAPDAILY SCHEDULE MON$$ Sports Tickets in the Required World of PediatricsSpanish/English Interpretation AAP National Conference & Exhibition • October 11–14, 2014 • AAPexperience.org 73

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