Friday Sessions

Friday, September 7, 2018

Friday Morning Sessions:
9:30-11:30 am (Concurrent)


Psych for Tykes: Primer on Pediatric Psychopharmacology
Objectives:
Describe the basic principles and approaches in the use of psychotropic medications in children
Describe the use of psychotropic medication in the common conditions in primary care (Anxiety, Depression, ADHD) using case-based approach
Describe the signs, symptoms and conditions that require referral
Speakers:
Nhung T. Tran, MD, FAAP
Karen Seroussi, DO

The Anti-Vaccine Movement in Texas: How We Got Here and What You Can Do About It [ETHICS]
Objectives:
Describe the history of the anti-vaccine movement nationally and in the state of Texas
Explain AAP guidelines on Countering Vaccine Hesitancy and practice the CASE method for talking to parents.
List specific current vaccine legislation in Texas and practice ways physicians can advocate for evidence-based vaccine policy.
Speakers:
Lindy McGee, MD
Susan H. Wootton, MD

The Care and Feeding of Intestinal Rehabilitation in the Short-Gut NICU Graduate: Impact of Texas Collaborative (TCHMB)
Objectives:
Review the benefits of breastfeeding and human milk for babies in the NICU
Describe the state initiatives to improve human milk use in the NICU for better neonatal outcomes in Texas
Develop for the primary care physician an Intestinal Rehabilitation plan for short gut or feeding intolerant NICU graduates.
Speakers:
Amy Hair, MD
Charleta Guillory, MD, MPH

Friday Early Afternoon Sessions:
1:30 – 3:15 PM (Concurrent)

In Utero Drug Exposure and Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome: Addressing the Pediatric Health Sequelae of the Drug Abuse Epidemic [ETHICS]
Objectives:
Outline the scope of the current opioid epidemic and its impact on the pediatric population
Discuss diagnostic and treatment strategies for Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS)
Evaluate available data regarding long-term impact of in utero drug exposure (IUDE) and discuss approach to mitigating this impact via early intervention
Speakers:
Heidi K. Roman MD
Cecilia A. Lazcano, MS

Water Safety Education and Drowning Prevention in Clinical Settings- A Physician Office Initiative
Objectives:
Describe basic quality improvement concepts and learn how to initiate a clinical process improvement project in your own clinical setting
Utilize pediatric drowning statistics and water safety counseling strategies with patients in a your clinical setting
List barriers and challenges to the implementation of a quality improvement initiative and creation of an associated MOC project
Speakers:
Shabana Yusuf, MD
Tracy E. McCallin, MD

1:30-2:30 pm|
How to Perform a Preparticipation Physical Evaluation
Objectives:
Describe the PPE monograph and it components
Perform a musculoskeletal and cardiac exam pertinent for the PPE
Discuss when to refer an athlete for further evaluation
Speakers:
Jane S. Chung, MD, FAAP

2:30-3:15 pm
Exercise ≠ Amenorrhea; Exploring the Female Athlete Triad
Objectives:
Identify the 3 main components of the Female Athlete Triad.
Recognize adolescence as a critical time for diagnosis and treatment of patients with the Female Athlete Triad.
Describe treatment options for patients diagnosed with Female Athlete Triad.
Speakers:
Maria C. Monge, MD
 

Late Afternoon Sessions
3:45-5:30 pm (Concurrent)


Obesity and Eating Disorders: Know the Behaviors Before Addressing the Weight
Objectives:
Recognize the lifetime and current prevalence of disordered eating and eating disorders in adolescents and young adults with elevated BMI.
Describe how to screen for common disordered weight control behaviors
Apply the diagnostic criteria of eating disorders frequently seen in patients with obesity (binge eating disorder, bulimia nervosa, night eating syndrome, and atypical anorexia nervosa)
Speakers:
Sharonda Taylor, MD

Partnering with Behavioral Health: How an Integrated Approach Can Address the Mental Health Sequelae of Toxic Stress in the Pediatric Primary Care Setting
Objectives:
Describe the integrated medical-behavioral model of care as an approach to addressing the mental health sequelae of toxic stress in the pediatric primary care setting
Utilize case studies to demonstrate the practice of an integrated approach in the management of ADHD, developmental delay, and depression
Outline strategies and considerations in the provision of integrated care within the pediatric primary care setting
Speakers:
Hilda Loria, MD
Sara Pollard, PhD
Cecilia A. Lazcano, M.S.

3:45-4:30 pm
The Changing Landscape of Tobacco, Nicotine, and E-Cigarettes -  How Do We Protect Our Children? [ETHICS]
Objectives:
Describe the impact of electronic nicotine delivery systems (including e-cigarettes, vapes, Juul, and others) on youth.
Counsel patients and parents about the many harms of tobacco and nicotine - both active use and exposure.
Identify and assess tobacco dependence, and counsel about effective treatments - for both tobacco dependent adolescents and for their parents.
Speakers:
Harold Farber, MD, MSPH, FAAP

4:30-5:30 pm
Marijuana: the State, the Mother and the Child [ETHICS]
Objectives:
Discuss the current status of Marijuana Legalization
Discuss marijuana during Pregnancy & Breastfeeding
Analyze the effect of Marijuana Exposure on Fetus and Neonate
Speakers:
Sanjeet K. Panda, MBBS, MD, FAAP