41st Annual Primary Care Pediatrics Conference
The Boston Marriott Long Wharf | December 4 – 6, 2019
The Boston Marriott Long Wharf | December 4 – 6, 2019
Clinical Updates: Peter T. Greenspan, MD
|7:55-8:00am||Welcoming Remarks||Peter T. Greenspan, MD|
|8:00-9:00am||Pediatric Pulmonology: A Breath Taking Experience||Benjamin A. Nelson, MD|
|9:00-10:00am||Probiotics in Pediatrics: Are We Ready for Microbiome Manipulation as Therapeutic Intervention?||Alessio Fasano, MD|
|10:30-11:30am||BREAKOUT SESSION A|
|Option 1: Contraception: Initiation and Management for the Primary Care Pediatrician||Evangeline M. Galvez, MD|
|Option 2: Office Emergencies||Ari R. Cohen, MD|
|Option 3: The Essentials of Primary Care for Premature Infants||Janice Lowe, MD|
|Option 4: Don’t Go Breaking My Heart: Pediatric Cardiology Cases For the Primary Care Physician||Ana Maria Rosales, MD|
Clinical Updates: Janice A. Lowe, MD
|12:30-1:45pm||Clinicopathological Conference: Case Records of the MGH for the New England Journal of Medicine||Moderator: Virginia M. Pierce, MD|
|1:45-2:45pm||What’s New in ADHD?||Timothy E. Wilens, MD|
|3:15-4:15pm||Navigating the Treatment of Obesity in Children and Adolescents||Fatima Cody Stanford, MD|
|4:15-4:30pm||Break: Travel Time to Breakout Sessions|
|4:30-5:30pm||BREAKOUT SESSION B|
|Option 1: It’s Just Pot, What’s the Big Deal? Addressing Marijuana Use in Teens and Young Adults*†||James McKowan, PhD|
|Option 2: A Primer for the Primary Care Pediatrician’s Approach to Hematuria and Proteinuria||Weizhen Tan, MD|
|Option 3: You Make Me Sick: ID Lessons From the Inpatient Wards||Chadi M. El Saleeby, MD|
|Option 4: Difficult Conversations||Michael Jellinek, MD|
Clinical Updates: Benjamin A. Nelson, MD
|8:00-9:00am||Musculoskeletal infections||Mark S. Pasternack, MD|
|9:00-10:00am||The Opioid Use Disorder Care Continuum:
Prevention, Treatment, and Harm Reduction*†
|Sarah Wakeman, MD|
|10:30-11:30am||Endocrine Issues in Primary Care: A Case Based Discussion||Takara L. Stanley, MD|
|11:30-11:45am||Break: Travel Time to Breakout Sessions|
|11:45am-12:45pm||BREAKOUT SESSION C|
|Option 1: Treating Eating Disorders in the Outpatient Setting
(While Keeping Your Sanity!)
|Kathryn S. Brigham, MD|
|Option 2: Implementing Best Practices in the Primary Care Setting for Childhood Obesity||
Lauren Fiechtner, MD;
|Option 3: Common ENT Cases Seen In the Primary Care Office and Panel Discussion||
Leila Mankarious, MD;
|Option 4: What Do I Do When My Son Insists He Is a Girl?: Transgender Health 101||Ariel Frey-Vogel, MD|
|Option 5: Gun Violence Prevention in Primary Care*||Chana Sacks, MD;
Peter Masiakos, MD
Clinical Updates: Ronni L. Goldsmith, MD
|2:00-3:00pm||A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing: Case-Based Surgical Problems Seen in the Primary Care Setting||Daniel Doody, MD|
|3:00-4:00pm||Gut Check: Getting to the Bottom of the Most Common GI Complaints
Mark Salvatore, MD
|4:30-5:30pm||BREAKOUT SESSION D|
|Option 1: Resiliency and Burnout in 21st Century Pediatric Primary Care||Shannon Scott-Vernaglia, MD|
|Option 2: Aches and Pain: Rheumatology in Primary Care||Holly Rothermel, MD|
|Option 3: We should talk... The Role of the Pediatrician in Advance Care Planning for Children With Serious Illness*‡||Patricia J. O’Malley, MD;
Blyth T. Lord, EdM
|Option 4: Legislative Advocacy for Physicians||Aisha K. James, MD;
Hemal Sempat, MD
Clinical Updates: John Patrick T. Co, MD, MPH
|8:00-9:15am||Management of Common Sports Injuries in Children||Brian Grottkau, MD|
|9:15-10:15am||Food Allergy Prevention Strategies*||Michael Pistiner, MD|
|10:45-11:45am||JUULING and SCHOOLING:
Addressing the New Tobacco Epidemic
|Jonathan Winickoff, MD|
|11:45am-12:45pm||Pediatric Dermatology: A Panoply of Practical and Puzzling Patients from Private Practice: Part 13||Ira L. Skolnik, MD, PhD|
*Risk Management Study Credits: † Opioid Education and Pain Management Training, ‡ End-of-Life Care Studies
**Please Note: Program changes/substitutions may be made without notice.
Residents and Fellows in Training: $575
Allied Health Professionals: $600
Processing (service fee): $10
*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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