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  • Wednesday, May 19, 2021
  • 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM US CT
    APA Healthcare Transition and Disease Self-Management SIG

    SIG Chair: Lynn Davidson, MD – Children's Hospital at Montefiore

    SIG Chair: Jason Woodward, MD, MS – Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

    SIG Chair: Parag Shah, MD MPH – Feinberg School of Medicine

    SIG Speaker: Cynthia Peacock – Baylor College of Medicine

    SIG Speaker: Thomas Davis, MD – Geisinger

    SIG Speaker: Margaret McManus, MHS – The National Alliance to Advance Adolescent Health

    SIG Speaker: Mary R. Ciccarelli, MD – Indiana University

    9:00 | Introduction - Jason F. Woodward, MD 9:10 | Keynote - Margaret McManus, MHS 9:35 | Speaker 1 - Mary R. Ciccarelli, MD 9:50 | Speaker 2 - Thomas Walter Davis, MD 10:05 | Speaker 3 - Cynthia Peacock, MD 10:20 | Guided Q&A with panelists - Lynn F. Davidson, MD Moderator 10:50 | Wrap Up - Parag Shah, MD

    Children with Chronic Conditions

    Health Services Research

    General Pediatrics

    Adolescent Medicine

  • 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM US CT
    Discrimination Does Not Discriminate: Exploring the Health Impact of Intersectionality

    Workshop Leader: Rita Nathawad, MD, MS-GHP – University of Florida

    Workshop Co-Leader: Selena Webster-Bass – Voices Institute

    Workshop Co-Leader: Chanda Jones, BA – University of Florida Health Science Center Jacksonville

    Workshop Co-Leader: Elisa A. Zenni, MD – University of Florida College of Medicine - Jacksonville

    This workshop has a limited capacity. Please register in advance by clicking the "register" button. Capacity permitting, your attendance will be approved and you will be sent a confirmation email that contains a link to join the workshop. Please note that your spot is not guaranteed until your registration is accepted and you receive a confirmation email which contains a link to join the workshop. If you are no longer available to attend please cancel your registration, which can be done using the cancel link at the bottom of your confirmation email.

    Public Health

    Diversity and Inclusion

    Community Pediatrics

    Health Equity/Social Determinants of Health

    Cross-Disciplinary Pathway

    Advocacy Pathway

  • 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM US CT
    Diving DEAP Into the Adolescent Brain Cognitive DevelopmentSM (ABCD) Study: An InteractiveWworkshop on the Use of the ABCD Study Data Exploration and Analysis Portal (DEAP)

    Workshop Leader: Elizabeth Hoffman, PhD – NIH

    Workshop Speaker: Susan Tapert, PhD – UC San Diego

    Workshop Co-Leader: Wesley Thompson, phD – UCSD

    Workshop Co-Leader: Clare Palmer, PhD – University of California San Diego

    This workshop has a limited capacity. Please register in advance by clicking the "register" button. Capacity permitting, your attendance will be approved and you will be sent a confirmation email that contains a link to join the workshop. Please note that your spot is not guaranteed until your registration is accepted and you receive a confirmation email which contains a link to join the workshop. If you are no longer available to attend please cancel your registration, which can be done using the cancel link at the bottom of your confirmation email.

    Mental Health

    Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics

    Basic Science Pathway

    Health Equity/Social Determinants of Health

    Cross-Disciplinary Pathway

    Clinical Research Pathway

    Adolescent Medicine

    Academic and Research Skills

  • 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM US CT
    Neonatal Sepsis Club: An Ounce of Prevention...

    Chair: David Kaufman, MD – University of Virginia School of Medicine

    Moderator: Dustin Daniel Flannery, DO, MSCE – Children's Hospital of Philadelphia / University of Pennsylvania

    The SARS-CoV-2 pandemic has changed the way we care for our patients, do our jobs and live our lives. While many of our hopes for a return to more normal times are pinned on an effective vaccine, the history of vaccination pregnant women and newborn infants - the patients we take care of - is one that is complicated by both a complex biology and social perception of vulnerability and safety. The explosion in vaccine development and research may also be fruitful in preventing and improving outcomes from many other neonatal infectious diseases. Maternal and neonatal vaccination may provide direct and indirect protection against neonatal infection-possibly even early and late-onset neonatal infections. What do we know about the safety of maternal vaccines, their efficacy in protecting the newborn and the challenges of eliciting immune response in newborns upon vaccination? How does this knowledge translate to what we can expect with the anticipated vaccine against SARS-CoV-2? Drs. Swamy and Levy will help us answer some of these questions while informing of us of the advances we can expect and how we can participate in the process of protecting our patients 9:00 | Welcome and Introduction - Dr Dustin Flannery 9:15 | Dr Geeta Swamy 9:45 | Dr Ofer Levy 10:15 | Q&A 10:45 | Closing remarks - Dr David Kaufman 11:00 | session ends

    Well Newborn

    COVID-19

    Public Health

    Neonatology

    Global Neonatal & Children's Health

    Immunizations/Delivery

  • 11:00 AM – 11:30 AM US CT
    Doctors on Call: Children's Healthcare of Atlanta's Lucky Jain, MD, MBA, Chief Academic Officer
  • 11:00 AM – 11:30 AM US CT
    Trainee Zone Meet the Doctors: Learn About Educational Scholarship with Priya Garg, Jessica Goldstein, , Melissa Klein, and Barry Solomon | Presented by APA

    Presenter: Barry Solomon, MD – Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

    Presenter: Priya S. Garg, MD – Boston University School of Medicine

    Presenter: Jessica Goldstein, MD – Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital

    Presenter: Melissa Klein

  • 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM US CT
    APA Research Scholars Program Informational Session
    Open to All PAS Attendees
  • 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM US CT
    Diagnosis and treatment of Primary Hyperoxaluria 1 (PH1)- A rare monogenic kidney stone disease
    KOL 1
    Overview of PH1 including prevalence
    Metabolic and genetic testing in the diagnosis of PH1: Case 1 and Case 2
    KOL 2
    OXLUMO- a FDA-approved therapeutic for PH1
    Mechanism of Action
    Study design and data overview for ILLUMINATE-A and ILLUMINATE-B
    Dosing
    KOL 2/ KOL 3
    Case 3 – show a real-world case where patient was treated with OXLUMO
    Conclusions and Discussion
    Panel based Q&A
  • 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM US CT
    Enhancing Early Recognition and Management of FOP: Strategies for the Pediatric Clinician
    Fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva (FOP) is an inherited autosomal dominant condition that causes progressive heterotopic ossification (HO), which is the disabling conversion of connective tissue and muscle to bone. Current management strategies center around avoiding events that trigger HO, and a growing understanding of disease pathology has led to the development of targeted therapies, which are being evaluated in advanced phases of clinical trials. These investigational therapies may offer proactive treatment options that mitigate the pathology and progression of FOP. However, as an ultra-rare disease, FOP remains under- or misdiagnosed, and healthcare providers may miss distinct clinical characteristics that are highly suggestive of the disorder. Patients who lack a timely and accurate diagnosis often undergo unnecessary therapeutic interventions that may cause harm and may be precluded from accessing appropriate management. This educational activity seeks to present pediatric healthcare providers with FOP disease background and strategies to facilitate early recognition and diagnosis, as well as review the most recent clinical trial data of emerging targeted treatment strategies. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfR0Cy-oa8x8fnD9mgUVR33rPU5WYw-3Hd-y6Mdru0y3VdixQ/viewform
  • 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM US CT
    March of Dimes Agnes Higgins Award Lecture: Maternal-fetal Nutrition Sets a Life Course for the Brain: How Iron Helped Write the Story

    Moderator: William Hay, MD – University of Colorado

    Pediatric Nutrition

    Neurology

    Awards

  • 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM US CT
    APA Complex Care and Disability SIG

    SIG Chair: Rishi Agrawal, MD, MPH – Lurie Children's Hospital

    SIG Speaker: Kathleen Huth, MD, MMSc – Boston Children's Hospital / Harvard Medical School

    SIG Speaker: Emily Goodwin – Children's Mercy Kansas City; University of Missouri Kansas City School of Medicine

    Clinical Care, Education, Research, and Advocacy in Complex Care and Disability 1:00PM Welcome and Introductions - Rishi Agrawal New Beginnings: SIG Name, Structure and Leadership - Diana Cejas, Meg Comeau, Catherine Diskin, Emily Goodwin, Debbi Harris, Kathleen Huth, Ruchi Kaushik Polling Questions 1:30PM - Strategic Partnership in the Complex Care and Disability SIG - Meg Comeau, Debbi Harris 2:00PM - Affinity Groups: Opportunities for Collaboration - multiple speakers 2:40PM - Discussion and Next Steps 3:00PM - Adjourn

    Children with Chronic Conditions

    Health Services Research

    General Pediatrics

  • 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM US CT
    APA Pediatric Tobacco Issues SIG

    SIG Chair: Nancy Graff, MD – University of California, San Diego School of Medicine

    SIG Speaker: Frank Leone – University of Pennsylvania

    SIG Speaker: Bonnie Halpern-Felsher, PhD – Stanford University

    SIG Speaker: James Baumberger, MPP – American Academy of Pediatrics

    1:00 Welcome & Introductions - Nancy Graff, MD & Dean Sidelinger, MD, MSED 1:15 Preventing and Reducing Youth Vaping: The Tobacco Prevention Toolkit - Bonnie Halpern-Felsher, PhD, FSAHM 1:50 Practical Concepts for Tobacco Dependent Treatment- Frank Leone MD, MS 2:25 Tobacco Policy Update - James Baumberger, MPP 2:50 Wrap-up - Nancy Graff, MD & Dean Sidelinger, MD, MSED

    Tobacco Prevention

    Public Health

    Community Pediatrics

    General Pediatrics

    Adolescent Medicine

  • 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM US CT
    Neonatal Hemodynamics Club: The Forgotten Right Ventricle: Its Role in Understanding BPD and HIE

    Chair: Patrick McNamara, MD – University of Iowa

    Chair: Martin Kluckow, PhD – University of Sydney

    Pulmonology

    Neonatology

    Neurology

    Clinical Research Pathway

    Cardiology

  • 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM US CT
    Say What? What Pediatric Providers Need to Know About Health Literacy, How to Put It Into Practice, and How to Teach It to Others

    Workshop Leader: Megan Collins, MD, MPH – Our Lady of the Lake

    Workshop Co-Leader: Angela S. Byrd, MD – Our Lady of the Lake Children's Hospital

    Workshop Co-Leader: Joy L. Solano, MD, MHPE – Children's Mercy Kansas City

    Workshop Co-Leader: Zia Bismilla, MD MEd – Hospital for Sick Children

    Workshop Co-Leader: Melissa Roy, MD – Our Lady of the Lake

    Trainee Pathway

    Public Health

    Hospital-based Medicine

    Education Pathway

    Literacy

    Health Equity/Social Determinants of Health

    General Pediatrics