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Tuesday OCTOBER 14Special Event (Not Designated for CME Credit)12:30pm – 1:30pmV4049 James W Bass Pediatric BowlConvention Center, Ballroom 6FHow many calories are in a cup of California granola? What is the most commonpediatric orthopedic injury from surfing? What is the most common bacterial illnessin a So Cal theme park? Come match your wits with contestants from three wonderful,pediatric residency programs in Southern California. The teams will battle to seewho is the “star” of Southern California and who takes home the “Meconium Cup”.Dude, check it out…the James W Bass Pediatric Bowl combines ‘rad’ entertainment,a lot of ‘gnarly’ learning, and some ‘sick’ but friendly competition!Michael Cabana, MD, FAAP; Paul Fisher, MD, FAAPMEET-THE-EXPERT-DISCUSSION12:30pm – 1:30pmX4051 Addressing Health Disparities inInner City Latino Children with Asthma:The Children’s RESPIRA Education ProgramConvention Center, 27This session will review the overall health status ofasthma in Hispanic/Latino children by addressingthe health disparities that exist in this populationand appreciating the burden of asthma. As healthcareproviders we can identify and understand thecultural belief system of this population by usingthe children’s RESPIRA asthma education model.Evelyn Montalvo Stanton, MD, FAAPX4052 A Birthmarks: Red, White, Blue,and BrownCCRepeats from X3004Convention Center, 30 DESheila Friedlander, MD, FAAPX4053 Ensuring Nutrition in Children withAutism Spectrum Disorder: Too Much andToo LittleConvention Center, 28 CDChildren with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)often have selective eating patterns that affectfamily functioning and may affect their nutrition.This session will examine the potential causes ofchallenging mealtime behaviors in children withASD, review the nutritional consequences, andprovide the pediatrician with strategies to work withfamilies regarding the behaviors that lead to obesityand other nutritional concerns in this population.Susan Hyman, MD, FAAPX4054 ICD-10 Is More Than a Four LetterWordCCRepeats from X3010Convention Center, 29 ABJeffrey Linzer, MD, FACEP, FAAPX4055 Jaundice: Sometimes More ThanYellow! When to Look HarderCCRepeats from X3007Convention Center, 26Vinod Bhutani, MD, FAAPX4056 Neurology in Neonates: NaggingQuestionsConvention Center, 29 CDDoes that baby have a big head? Why is mynewborn floppy? Is my child delayed? Do you knowhow to manage the neurologic problems mostcommonly seen among babies and toddlers inyour practice? Learn how to diagnose and managemacrocephaly, brachial plexus injury, hypotonia, delay,neurocutaneous finds, and funny movements.Courtney Wusthoff, MD, FAAP80 AAP National Conference & Exhibition • October 11–14, 2014 •$$ Tickets Required

OCTOBER 14 TuesdayX4057 Tuberculosis: Whom to Test, WithWhat, and What to Do With the Results?Convention Center, 32This session will review the diagnosis andmanagement of tuberculosis in children.There will be discussion on which patients toscreen, which screening tests to use, and howto evaluate the patient with a positive resulton the screening test. Further, faculty willdiscuss the management of patients with latenttuberculosis as well as active tuberculosis.Margaret Fisher, MD, FAAPA4066 Vaccine UpdateConvention Center, 33Vaccine recommendations are constantly beingupdated and refined. The changes in vaccinerecommendations are complex and are difficult to fullyimplement. This session will discuss how and whyvaccine recommendations are made; review changesto the 2015 childhood and adolescent immunizationschedule; provide clinical pearls about specificvaccines; discuss how background rates of variousconditions are confused with adverse events; andhighlight how and why herd protection is important.Carol Baker, MD, FAAP; Larry Pickering, MD, FAAPS4073 Private Practice CompensationModels: What Works and What Doesn’t–Lessons from Real Pediatric PracticesConvention Center, 28 ABIn this session, attendees will learn about thedifferent types of compensation models best suitedto pediatric practices and how to work with them.Discussions will cover the attendee’s ability toidentify areas of opportunity to improve methods ofcompensation and identify strategies for addressingweaknesses; examples from successful pediatricpractices will be used to demonstrate strategies.Chip Hart; Susanne MaddenSELECTED SHORT SUBJECT2:00pm – 2:45pmF4060 Early Recognition of ChildhoodCancer SyndromesConvention Center, 26A number of congenital disorders with anincreased incidence of childhood cancer haveidentifiable morphologic features. Examplesinclude Fanconi anemia, WAGR (Wilms tumor,aniridia, genitourinary anomalies, and retardation)syndrome, Beckwith-Weideman syndrome, andmany others. The pediatrician must recognizethese disorders and be aware of the recommendedcancer screening protocols to identify anymalignancies at their most treatable stage.Zora Rogers, MD, FAAPF4061 T The Youth Sports PressureCooker Affects Both Children and ParentsCCRepeats from F3156Convention Center, 27Paul Stricker, MD, FAAPAUDIENCE RESPONSE CASE DISCUSSION2:00pm – 3:30pmA4064 Are You Smarter Than an Intensivist?CCRepeats from A3132Convention Center, 25 ABEdward Conway, MD, MS, FAAP; Thomas Kayrouz, MD, FAAPA4065 Getting Credit for the EffortInvolved: Coding for Developmental-Behavioral Problems in Primary CareConvention Center, 31 ABThis session will provide a didactic component todefine developmental screening, developmentaltesting, prolonged service codes, and thedocumentation required to apply these codesin primary care pediatric practice. Then, usingaudience response discussion, cases will bepresented that illustrate how best to code fordevelopmental-behavioral problems to maximizereimbursement for physician efforts.Marilyn Augustyn, MD, FAAP; Michelle Macias, MD, FAAPINTERACTIVE GROUP FORUM2:00pm – 3:30pmI4069 Disclosing Medical Errors: Do It RightConvention Center, 21More than 30 states have enacted so-called “apologylaws,” designed to encourage and protect physiciancommunications with patients and families whoexperience adverse medical events. Nonetheless,most pediatricians remain uncomfortable makingdisclosures and apologies for medical errors, areconcerned about their potential legal liabilities, andare unsure how to do it safely and effectively. Severalrole-playing scenarios will involve participants inboth appropriate and inappropriate disclosure andapology techniques. The audience will provide realtimefeedback during the role-playing scenarios.William McDonnell, MD, JD, FAAP; Robert Mendelson,MD, FAAPI4070 Relax: Office Based Strategies toHelp Anxious KidsCCRepeats from I3098Convention Center, 25 CCarolyn Bridgemohan, MD, FAAP; Carol Weitzman, MD, FAAPSEMINAR2:00pm – 3:30pmS4072 From Preschool to High School:Diagnosis and Management of ADHD inPrimary CareCCRepeats from S3105Convention Center, 32Andrew Adesman, MD, FAAPS4074 A Management of Fever inChildren Younger Than 3 Months and3 to 36 Months of AgeCCRepeats from S3147Convention Center, 30 DECarrie Byington, MD, FAAP; Charles Woods, MD, MS, FAAPS4075 Marks That Matter: “Trivial” Injuriesin Infants As Sentinel Injuries in Child AbuseConvention Center, 28 CDThis session will summarize the evidence basis forevaluating an infant with trivial injury for possibleabuse. Case scenarios will be used to illustrateand improve detection of these trivial injuries,how to differentiate them from mimics, and howto medically evaluate an infant with a sentinelinjury for suspected abuse. Furthermore, usingcase-based discussions and illustrations, participantswill understand that even if further injurysurveillance is negative, abuse must be consideredin infants with a trivial, poorly explained injury.Sandra Murray, MD, FAAP; Lynn Sheets, MD, FAAPS4076 Tongue Tie Troubles: Partnering withOtolaryngologists to Ensure BreastfeedingSuccessConvention Center, 24This didactic session will address how to recognizeankyloglossia and its impact on breastfeeding difficulties.Faculty will discuss different scenarios when afrenotomy would be necessary. There will also be discussionof strategies on how attendees can find waysat their local institutions to learn the proper frenotomyprocedure and meet proper credentialing procedures.Anthony Magit, MD; James Murphy, MD, FAAPS4077 Keys To Healthy Housing:What Pediatricians Need To KnowConvention Center, 29 ABThis session will discuss the concept of maintaininga healthy home. It will cover the general steps toassess for hazardous agents in the home. Thefaculty will review the toxic effects of selectedenvironmental exposures in the home such as mold,radon, pesticides, and secondhand and thirdhandtobacco smoke. Attendees will better understand thatsubstances like radon are much more dangerous inthe presence of smoking.Ruth Etzel, MD, PhD, FAAPDAILY SCHEDULE TUES$$ Sports Tickets in the Required World of PediatricsSpanish/English Interpretation AAP National Conference & Exhibition • October 11–14, 2014 • 81

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