40th Annual Primary Care Pediatrics Conference
The Boston Marriott Long Wharf | November 28 – 30, 2018
The Boston Marriott Long Wharf | November 28 – 30, 2018
Clinical Updates: Peter T. Greenspan, MD
|7:55-8:00||Welcoming Remarks||Peter T. Greenspan, MD|
|8:00-9:00||Pediatric Pulmonary Cases: To Wheeze or Not to Wheeze||Benjamin A. Nelson, MD|
|9:00-10:00||Gluten-Related Disorders: Man Shall Not Live by Bread Alone||Alessio Fasano, MD|
|10:30-11:30||BREAKOUT SESSION A|
|Option 1: Managing Contraception for the Primary Care Pediatrician||Evangeline M. Galvez, MD|
|‡Option 2: "We Should Talk": Advance Care Planning for Children with Lifespan-Limiting Conditions||Patricia J. O'Malley, MD; Blyth T. Lord, EdM|
|Option 3: Improving the Care of Children with Autism: Medical and Psychopharmacological Treatment Updates||Ann Neumeyer, MD|
|Option 4: Controversies Regarding Stimulants and Cardiac Clearance||Ana Maria Rosales, MD|
Clinical Updates: Janice A. Lowe, MD
|12:30-1:45||Clinicopathological Conference: Case Records of the MGH for the New England Journal of Medicine||Moderator: Virginia M. Pierce, MD|
|1:45-2:45||Common Endocrine Issues in Primary Care||Takara L. Stanley, MD|
|3:15-4:15||Challenging Cases in Pediatric Infectious Diseases; Lessons from the Inpatient Wards for the General Practitioner||Chadi M. El Saleeby, MD|
|4:15-4:30||Break: Travel Time to Breakout Sessions|
|4:30-5:30||BREAKOUT SESSION B|
|Option 1: Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Myths: Don't Let These Get in the Way of Effective Management||Michael Pistiner, MD|
|Option 2: Hot Topics; Updates in Workup and Management of Pediatric Fevers||Kevin Schwartz, MD; Madeleine Matthiesen, MD; Chadi El Saleeby, MD|
|†Option 3: Identifying and Treating Substance Use Disorder in Pediatric Practice||Jessica Gray, MD|
|Option 4: Pediatric Lower Extremity Examination: A Pragmatic Approach||Gleeson N. Rebello, MD|
Clinical Updates: Benjamin A. Nelson, MD
|8:00-9:00am||Recognition and Treatment of PANDAS and PANS||Mark S. Pasternack, MD; Kyle Williams, MD, PhD|
|9:00-10:00||Pediatric Ophthalmology Essentials||Melanie Kazlas, MD|
|10:30-11:30||What's New in ADHD?||Timothy E. Wilens, MD|
|11:30-11:45||Break: Travel Time to Breakout Sessions|
|11:45-12:45||BREAKOUT SESSION C|
|Option 1: Treating Eating Disorders in the Primary Care Setting||Kathryn S. Brigham, MD|
|†Option 2: Pediatric Headache: Overview of Evaluation and Management||Kristen Lindgren, MD|
|Option 3: Premature Infants: Special Considerations in Primary Care||Janice Lowe, M|
|Option 4: "What Do I Do When My Son Insists He Is a Girl?": Transgender and Gender-Affirming Medicine for the Primary Care Pediatrician||Ariel Frey-Vogel, MD|
Clinical Updates: Ronni L. Goldsmith, MD
|2:00-3:00||Pediatric Anxiety Disorder||Erica Greenberg, MD|
|3:00-4:00||Office Emergencies||Ari R. Cohen, MD, FAAP|
|4:30-5:30||BREAKOUT SESSION D|
|*Option 1: The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing: Case-Based Surgical Problems Seen in the Primary Care Setting||Daniel P. Doody, MD|
|Option 2: Difficult Families, Difficult Conversations, Difficult Circumstances: Let's Talk It Over||Michael S. Jellinek, MD|
|Option 3: Stump the Chumps||Peter T. Greenspan, MD; Marjorie A. Curran, MD|
|Option 4: What's New in the Pediatric Aerodigestive Center?||M. Shannon Fracchia, MD; Christopher J. Hartnick, MD; Stephen C. Hardy, MD; Cheryl Hersh, MA, CCC-SLP|
|Option 5: Bringing Our Best Selves to Our Work: Reflecting on Our Relationships as Pediatric Providers||Rob M. Meyer, MD; Susan R. Hata, MD|
Clinical Updates: John Patrick T. Co, MD, MPH
Magical; The Life of Gi
||Claire Zar Kessler, MD|
||Navneet Virk Hundal MD|
||Uzma Shah, MD|
||Christopher J. Moran, MD|
|9:15-10:15||Paying for Child Health Care—What's New?||James M. Perrin, MD, FAAP|
|10:45-11:45||Primary Care Pediatric ENT||Leila Mankarious, MD; Mike Cohen, MD; Donald Keamy, MD|
|11:45-12:45||Pediatric Dermatology: A Panoply of Practical and Puzzling Patients from Private Practice: Part 12||Ira L. Skolnik, MD, PhD|
|* Risk Management Study Credits † Opioid Education and Pain Management Training ‡ End-of-Life Care Studies|
Residents and Fellows in Training: $575
Allied Health Professionals: $575
Processing (service fee): $5
*All fees shown in USD
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The target audience is pediatric healthcare providers, the majority of whom are general pediatricians, family physicians, advanced practice registered nurses and other providers. We also welcome subspecialty pediatric physicians. Participants come from all over the United States and around the world to attend this program.
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