Saturday Sessions

Saturday, September 21, 2019

8:00-8:30 am
Don’t Forget to Remember: HIV Screening in Adolescents 
1. Describe the epidemiology of HIV infection in the United States that places adolescents at risk.
2. Review the guidelines for HIV screening in adolescents in clinical settings.
3. Explore boundaries to HIV testing and strategies for increasing testing in clinical practice.
Susan L Gillespie, MD, PhD
Gayatri Mirani, MD

8:30-9:00 am
Uncharted Frontiers of Adolescent PrEP: Inviting Primary Care Providers to Join 
1. Propose step-wise approach to adolescent PrEP visit in a primary care setting
2. Demonstrate comprehensive sexual history algorithm to assess risks and determine PrEP eligibility for adolescents
3. Identify barriers to adolescent PrEP
Gayatri Mirani, MD
Susan L Gillespie, MD, PhD

9:00-9:45 am
Let's Work Together to Stem the Tide of Rising Syphilis in the United States 
1. Identify the current problem of congenital syphilis in Texas relative to the nation and historical data.
2. Demonstrate the ability to interpret maternal testing and treatment for syphilis.
3. Summarize the workup and treatment for an infant with or at risk for congenital syphilis.
Pablo J Sanchez, MD

10:00-11:00 am
Gun Violence and the Role of the Pediatrician [Ethics]

1. Identify the ethical obligations of the pediatrician as it pertains to gun violence
2. Recognize the various legislation surrounding firearms in TX and at the Federal level
3. Develop skills in the assessment of firearms and role of gun violence with pediatric patients
Sandra McKay, MD, FAAP

11:00-11:30 am
Update on AAP Priorities
1. Discuss current challenges facing pediatricians and the practice of pediatrics
Sara Goza, MD, FAAP
Mark Del Monte, JD

1:30-2:00 pm
Legislative Update: What Happened to Children and Pediatricians During the 2019 Legislative Session [Ethics]
1. Identify the impact of changes made during the 2019 Legislative session to policies and laws in Texas which effect the care of children and the Ethics and business of pediatric practice.
Seth D Kaplan, MD, FAAP
Joyce Elizabeth Mauk, MD

2:00-3:00 pm
Lessons Learned as Participants of the Central Texas Pediatric Trauma Learning Collaborative 
1. Review objectives and lessons covered in the Central Texas Pediatric Trauma Learning Collaborative
2. Identify resources to connect patients with needed supports, including resources identified in the CTXLC
3. Discuss what CTXLC participants current and future initiatives are to continue identifying and addressing ACEs, SDoH, and childhood trauma.
Marjan Linnell, MD
Kimberly C Avila Edwards, MD

3:15-3:45 pm
An Educational Journey for Pediatricians to Optimize Antimicrobial Use for URIs 
1. Enhance pediatrician knowledge of current recommendations for the indication and use of antibiotics for the management of pediatric URIs
2. Engage pediatricians in challenging case discussions to allow demonstration of improved ability to manage pediatric URIs
3. Discuss strategies to use with parents when conflict arises regarding a suggestion of "watchful waiting" is made for the management of a pediatric URIs
Lindsay Hatzenbuehler Cameron, MD, MPH

3:45-5:00 pm
Jacobi Jug Jeopordy 2019
1. The interactive competition will allow audience to discuss five key topics in each of six highly needed educational areas with thirty questions to be presented over a 75-minute period.
Emily M Hopkins, MD
Ohmed Khilji, MD