On Demand Sessions


All sessions are 30 minutes

Clinical Pearls


Update on Infantile Hemangiomas
Objectives:

  • Identify problematic or high-risk infantile hemangiomas and demonstrate the first steps in management
  • Differentiate when a hemangioma can be observed versus referred to a hemangioma expert
  • Demonstrate appropriate parental education and counseling of infantile hemangiomas

Speakers:
Autumn Atkinson, MD
Kelly Turner, PA

Update on Congenital Upper Extremity Anomalies in Newborns – Discussion Points for Parents
Objectives:

  • Identify common upper extremity anomalies found in the newborn
  • Differentiate which upper extremity anomalies require urgent consultation and which ones can wait
  • Summarize the current thought process on anesthetic agents and newborns

Speakers:
Hilton P. Gottschalk, MD, fAAOS
CAn AKI (acute kidney injury) be recognizED (Community acquired AKI in ED)? – Importance and Implications
Objectives:

  • Summarize the definition of Pediatric AKI and its current epidemiology
  • Identify common causes of CA-AKI and populations at risk
  • Discuss the role of pediatrician in follow up of children post AKI

Speakers:
Erika Rose O'Neil, MD
Leyat Tal, MD

Feeding Issues in Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Multi-Disciplinary Approach
Objectives:

  • Identify the major neurobehavioral and medical issues that affect children with Autism Spectrum Disorder that may lead to significant feeding issues and feeding disorders
  • Identify effective feeding therapy strategies for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Speakers:
Anne-Marie Hain, MD
Melinda Robison, BCBA

Medical Home


Evaluation of Feeding Practices of Infants in Latin American Families at a Medical Home in Austin, TX
Objectives:

  • Determine the methods of infant formula preparation and feeding practices in infants of Latin American families
  • Provide a short educational intervention to participating families during a routine well child visit
  • Assess if said educational intervention improves these feeding practices

Speakers:
Ana Avalos, MD

Promoting Resilience in Child-Parent Relationships in Pediatric Practice Settings
Objectives:

  • Recognize the importance of supporting caregivers in developing responsive relationships with their children and how these relationships impact early childhood brain development
  • Examine tools that can be used in the pediatric practice setting to support caregivers in responsive parenting and identify opportunities for prevention of an emotional or behavioral disorder
  • Use the Welch Emotional Connection Screen (WECS) to rate emotional connectivity between mother and infant

Speakers:
Louis Appel, MD, MPH
Alice Gong, MD

Mental Health


Double Trouble: Behavioral Health Disorders in Children with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Objectives:

  • Describe the prevalence of behavioral or mental health disorders in children with intellectual or developmental disabilities and which are most common
  • Identify the challenges in addressing the needs of children with intellectual or developmental disability and co-occurring mental illness (IDD/MI)

Speakers:
Nhung T Tran, MD, FAAP
Maria Scranton, MD