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Monday OCTOBER 13F3119 One Seizure, Two Seizures: What DoI Do Now?➤➤Repeats as F4084Convention Center, 28 EWhen a child presents with a first or second seizureboth temperature and anxiety can be high. Do youknow how to evaluate and manage the child witha first or second febrile seizure or seizure withoutfever? Come review the most current approachfor handling a child with new-onset seizures, andreview AAP guidelines that address this topic.Courtney Wusthoff, MD, FAAPF3120 Rapid Diagnostic Testing forRespiratory Infections➤➤Repeats as F4085Convention Center, 27Respiratory tract infections affect the nose,throat, and airways, and may be caused by any ofseveral different viruses. In children, rhinoviruses,influenza viruses, parainfluenza viruses, humanmetapneumovirus, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV),enteroviruses, and certain strains of adenovirusare the main causes of viral respiratory infections.This session will address the diagnosis of theseinfections using new molecular testing modalities.Penelope Dennehy, MD, FAAPSELECTED SHORT SUBJECT4:00pm – 4:45pmF3123 The Current Epidemic of Thrombosisin Children and Adolescents: How toRecognize, Prevent, and TreatCCRepeats from F2161Convention Center, 28 CDGuy Young, MD, FAAPF3124 The Difficult-to-Examine ChildConvention Center, 10Through presentation of cases, this session willreview strategies for preparing the child for thevisit, creating a less threatening and overstimulatingenvironment using support personnel andbehavioral strategies to perform a sensitive andcomplete physical examination on children withcognitive, physical, or behavioral challenges.Edward Goldson, MD, FAAPF3125 Grandparents as Primary Care Givers:A New Generation for Anticipatory Guidance➤➤Repeats as F4082Convention Center, 29 CDThis session will review the major topics in caregivingguidelines that have evolved over the past generationas a result of evidence-based studies and experiencein clinical practice, including clinical practice guidelinesand policy statements by the AAP. Many grandparentcaregivers are not aware of these changesor do not endorse them, and this has implicationsfor the well-being of the children they care for.Pediatricians need to be aware of these differencesin perceptions of child care and educate/engagegrandparents on issues such as feeding, car seats,immunizations, sleep position, and electronic devices.Amanda Soong, MD, FAAPF3126 Responding to Dental Trauma in thePediatric OfficeCCRepeats from F2125Convention Center, 9Martha Ann Keels, DDS, PhDF3127 Dermatologic EmergenciesConvention Center, 27This session will review dermatologic disorders,including erythema multiforme spectrum (includingStevens-Johnson syndrome and toxic epidermolyticnecrolysis); drug eruptions (including anticonvulsanthypersensitivity syndrome); child abuse; ulceratedhemangiomas; and eczema herpeticum.Lawrence Eichenfield, MD, FAAPPOINT-COUNTERPOINT4:00pm – 5:00pmD3129 Are Tablets APP-propos for Toddlers?Convention Center, 30 ABCThe AAP has had a long-standing recommendationof “no screens” for children under 2 butis it time to revisit the screen-time age limit?With increasingly younger children using tablets,computers, and smartphones for education andentertainment, is there science to support whetherearly screen time helps or hinders learning?PRO: Dimitri Christakis, MD, MPH, FAAPCON: Don Shifrin, MD, FAAPAUDIENCE RESPONSE CASE DISCUSSION4:00pm – 5:30pmA3132 Are You Smarter Than an Intensivist?➤➤Repeats as A4064Convention Center, 25This session will contain interactive case studiesof critically ill patients in non–intensive careunit (ICU) settings which will be of interest toa wide range of providers. The session willdiscuss neurologic and cardiorespiratory casesas well as a potpourri of other topics.Edward Conway, MD, MS, FAAP; Thomas Kayrouz, MD, FAAPA3133 Everything You Wanted to KnowAbout Ophthalmology but Were Afraidto Ask: Cases from the AAP ChallengingCases SeriesCCRepeats from A2046Convention Center, 31David Granet, MD, FAAP; Shira Robbins, MD, FAAPA3134 T Staying Out of Trouble withFractures and Sprains: What Can I Do inMy Office?CCRepeats from A3046Convention Center, 33Henry Chambers, MD, FAAP; Ellen Raney, MD, FAAPINTERACTIVE GROUP FORUM4:00pm – 5:30pmI3136 Apps, Websites, Social Media, andTechnology: Cool New Tools to SupportYour Patients’ Healthy Active LivingConvention Center, 21This interactive group forum will give a descriptionof popularly used resources (e.g. apps, websites,social media) and allow participants to familiarizethemselves with these resources. The sessionwill assist participants in formulating a strategy toutilize these resources with interested patients.Jeannie Huang, MDI3137 Must-Have Gadgets, Gizmos, andTechnology for the Pediatric OfficeConvention Center, 7 AThis session will provide information on the best newtechnologies for pediatric office practices. Attendeeswill rotate among three stations where differentcategories of technologies will be demonstratedincluding mobile applications for pediatricians,screening devices (hearing, vision, blood pressure,lead poisoning) and diagnostic/therapeutic devices(flu, lipid, Strep, anemia, warts, and needle-freeinjection). At the conclusion, faculty will answerand resolve questions regarding the devices.Andrew Schuman, MD, FAAPI3138 Difficult Patient Scenarios inPediatrics➤➤Repeats as I4092Convention Center, 7 BThis session will focus on effective approachesfor handling difficult scenarios using the fourrecognized categories of difficult patients. Materialswill be presented from the Harvard Negotiationproject, which has had over 20 years of negotiationexperience and expertise. The majority of thesession will focus on several case scenarios: (1)the difficult patient, (2) the challenging parent,(3) the irritating work partner. The session willguide the audience through these interactive casediscussions and discuss negotiation strategies.Cora Breuner, MD, MPH, FAAP74 AAP National Conference & Exhibition • October 11–14, 2014 • AAPexperience.org$$ Tickets Required

OCTOBER 13 MondaySEMINAR4:00pm – 5:30pmS3141 Common Behavioral Problems inAutism and Intellectual Disability➤➤Repeats as S4093Convention Center, 24This session will include an overview of the prevalenceof common behavior problems in childrenwith autism and other developmental disorders.Specific factors that contribute to managementchallenges in these populations will be reviewed;these challenges include language and cognitivedelays, anxiety, and behavioral rigidity. Discussionwill include review of potential medical conditionsthat need to be addressed. Cases will be used toillustrate how to apply basic behavioral principlesto develop practical and effective solutions in thepediatric office for managing common problemssuch as toileting and feeding difficulties in childrenwith autism and other developmental disorders.Patricia Manning-Courtney, MDS3142 Genetic Testing Basics: What’s theRight Test to Send?Convention Center, 26The microarray test has become the standardof care for the child with autism, delays, and/orcongenital anomalies. Other genetic tests suchas chromosome analysis, fluorescence in situhybridization (FISH), single gene tests, multigenepanels, and now whole exome sequencing are allavailable, and it may not always be clear which testis the appropriate one for evaluation. This sessionwill address the information the pediatrician needsto understand the different types of tests, indications,and limitations that will allow for informeddiscussion with families of children who have thetesting done. Differences and similarities of differentforms of genetic testing will be highlighted.Marilyn Jones, MD, FAAPS3143 High-Quality Care for Children withAsthma: Strengthening the Case for theMedical Home ModelConvention Center, 28 EThis session will present an overview of the medicalhome model and how it specifically relates tohigh-quality optimal care for the child with asthma.The seven joint principles of the patient-centeredmedical home will be described in relation to how theyprovide a framework for implementing the guidelinesfor the diagnosis and management of asthma. Facultywill illustrate the medical home principles by providingclinical case examples of how this model improvescare for children with asthma in primary care settings.Chuck Norlin, MD, FAAP; James Stout, MD, MPH, FAAPS3144 Inflammatory Bowel Disease:Collaboration Between the Pediatrician andthe Specialist in the Medical HomeConvention Center, 28 ABThis session will describe comanagement modelsand opportunities for care that have beentraditionally seen in the subspecialty office andwhich could be transitioned to the pediatrician.Leo Heitlinger, MD, FAAPS3145 A Intoeing and Outtoeing, Bowingand Knock Knees: Evaluation of RotationalLower Extremity Deformities in Children—Who Needs a Referral?➤➤Repeats as S4032Convention Center, 30 DEA case-based interactive session is plannedwith audience interaction, panel discussion, andtreatment rationale interposed with brief didacticpresentations and adequate time for Q&A.John Anderson, MD, FAAP; Kathryn Keeler, MDS3146 It Can Be Done with the Time YouHave! How to Successfully Implement NewGuidelines in your PracticeConvention Center, 29 ABFaculty will discuss how to effectively identify andimplement Bright Futures recommendations withintheir current approach to practice. Attendees willbetter understand how to implement the guidelines intheir own office. Topics covered will include maternaldepression screening, oral health risk assessment,strengths assessment and anticipatory guidance. Inaddition, faculty will weave discussions of federal regulation,quality improvement methodology for implementation,and reimbursement into the presentation.Edward Curry, MD, FAAP; Paula Duncan, MD, FAAPS3147 Management of Fever in ChildrenYounger Than 3 Months and 3 to 36Months of Age➤➤Repeats as S4074Convention Center, 32The speakers will review the management ofinfants and young children with fever. The sessionwill focus on advances in diagnostic technology,immunizations, and other changes in clinical carethat have altered the approach to fever in infantsand young children. A discussion of the anticipatedAAP guidelines for the management of the febrileinfant will be discussed. The session will focuson both the outpatient and inpatient evaluationand management of febrile infants and children.Carrie Byington, MD, FAAP; Charles Woods, MD, MS, FAAPWORKSHOP4:00pm – 5:30pmW3149 Asthma and Allergy Gadgets ofInterestTto Pediatricians➤➤Repeats as W4079Convention Center, 11 BThis workshop will review various devices usedin the management of patients with allergies andasthma, including peak flow meters, metered doseinhalers, nebulizers, asthma severity rating tools,and epinephrine autoinjector devices. This willbe a “hands-on” workshop in which the attendeescan become familiar with these devices.Susan Laubach, MD, FAAP4:00pm – 5:30pmW3150 Laceration Care WorkshopTCCRepeats from W3113Convention Center, 11 AJulia Grabowski, MDSELECTED SHORT SUBJECT5:00pm – 5:45pmF3153 Abdominal Pain: Diagnoses Not toMiss➤➤Repeats as F4016Convention Center, 27This session will review the presentation, initialevaluation, and treatment of patients who presentwith abdominal pain, with an emphasis onsurgical problems for which prompt diagnosis andtreatment are essential for optimal outcome.Timothy Fairbanks, MDF3154 Designer and Party Drugs: NewHighs, Old Problems, and What to DoCCRepeats from F3086Convention Center, 29 CDSeth Ammerman, MD, FAAPF3155 Dispelling ADHD Myths andMisconceptions in Primary CareCCRepeats from F2129Convention Center, 28 CDAndrew Adesman, MD, FAAPF3156 T The Youth Sports PressureCooker Affects Both Children and Parents➤➤Repeats as F4061Convention Center, 9This session will unveil different sources ofpressure in youth sports and how that pressurebleeds into life beyond sports. Understanding thephysical and emotional fall-out of pressure willenable practictioners to include sports pressurein the evaluation and treatment of certain injuries,illnesses, and behavioral issues while supportinga healthier approach to life and sports.Paul Stricker, MD, FAAPSpecial Event (Not Designated for CME Credit)6:30pm – 8:30pmInternational ReceptionHilton Bayfront, Sapphire TerraceThe International Reception is a forum thatwelcomes leaders from pediatric societies andattendees around the world to network with AAPleadership and share its work in pediatrics.Supported by All Children’s HospitalDAILY SCHEDULE MON$$ Sports Tickets in the Required World of PediatricsSpanish/English Interpretation AAP National Conference & Exhibition • October 11–14, 2014 • AAPexperience.org 75

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