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Best Practices in Pediatrics and Pediatric Emergency Medicine

Best Practices WB

Registration is now open!

For more information and to register, click here. 

Overview
This conference will provide the latest information about common problems encountered in pediatric practice and will benefit all health care providers who work with children including pediatricians, family practice physicians, emergency medicine providers, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, paramedics and EMTs.

For a full list of speakers, click here. 

Fees

  • March 1 & 2 Pediatric Emergency Medicine: $150
  • March 2 & 3 Pediatrics: $150
  • March 1, 2 & 3 Pediatric Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics: $275
    *Sign up for both conferences and receive $25 off!
  • No charge for Children's Hospital of Wisconsin or Medical College of Wisconsin providers

Accommodations

Accommodations
Glacier Canyon Lodge at the
Wilderness Resort and Waterpark
45 Hillman Road, Wisconsin Dells, Wis.

Reservations
Call (800) 867-9453 to make a reservation. Discounted rooms are available at Glacier Canyon Lodge until they are sold out or until Jan. 30.
Mention Best Practices in Pediatrics, Leader #653530 to receive discounted rate
Contact Claire Connelly at cconnelly@chw.org or (414) 266-6242 with any questions.

Conference map

Floor plan of conference space

  • Usability Studies will be conducted in the Lake Delton Boardroom on Thursday and Friday morning and in Tundra AB on Friday afternoon and Saturday
  • The Woodland Boardroom will be reserved as a Mom’s Room

Evaluations

  • Best Practices in Pediatric Emergency Medicine
    • Thursday, March 1
    • Friday, March 2
    • Comment form
  • Best Practices in Pediatrics
    • Friday, March 2
    • Saturday, March 3
    • Comment form

CME information

How to claim CME credit

  • If you do not already have an account, start by accessing the Office of Continuing and Professional Education at ocpe.mcw.edu <www.ocpe.mcw.edu>and creating a profile by clicking on “Create Account” in the upper right-hand corner of the screen.</www.ocpe.mcw.edu>
  • After attending one of the Best Practices in Pediatrics and Pediatric Emergency Medicine conferences, you will need to follow the steps below to receive CME credit.
    1. Complete the post-event evaluation form by March 23, 2018. The link to the evaluations will be e-mailed to you. They can also be found by going to chw.org/bestpractices or on the CHW Refer app under the CME section.
    2. You will be notified via e-mail when your certificate becomes available or you can check the status of your certificate by logging into ocpe.mcw.edu. Certificates typically are available six week following the conference.

ACCME Accreditation

The Medical College of Wisconsin is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

AMA Designation of credit

The Medical College of Wisconsin designates this Live activity for a maximum of 16.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

This Live activity, Best Practices in Pediatrics and Pediatric Emergency Medicine, with a beginning date of 03/01/2018, has been reviewed and is acceptable for up to 14.75 Prescribed credit(s) by the American Academy of Family Physicians. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Hours of participation for allied health professionals

The Medical College of Wisconsin designates this activity for up to 16.75 hours of participation for continuing education for allied health professionals.

List of attendees

List of attendees will be available closer to the conference. 


In the drop down lists below is our three day conference broken out into daily agendas: 
 

Thursday, March 1 | Pediatric Emergency Medicine

  • DKA Management by David Brousseau, MD, and Shannon Baumer-Mouradian, MD
  • BRUE Criteria by John Cox, MD, and David Ashby, MD
  • Acute Asthma Management by Matt Gray, MD
    • Full page slides | 3 slides per page
    • P: (414) 266-2625
    • E: mgray@chw.org

  • Acute Sports Injuries by Kim Hornbeck, MD
  • Acute Seizure Management by Kurt Hecox, MD, PhD
    • Full page slides | 3 slides per page
    • P: (414) 337-8702
    • E: khecox@mcw.edu

Friday, March 2 | Pediatric Emergency Medicine

  • Pediatric Resuscitation Simulation by Ryan Scheper, MD, and Matt Gray, MD
  • Pediatric Trauma Simulation by Jean Pearce, MD, Viday Heffner, MD, and Lindsey Query, MD
  • Procedures: Lacerations by Jane Machi, MD, Kyle Kinderman, PA-C, and Sarah Wawrzyniak, APNP
  • Procedures: Foreign Bodies by Shannon Baumer-Mouradian, MD, and Sarah Thill, MD
  • Current Drugs of Abuse by Mark Kostic, MD, and Jillian Theobald, MD, PhD
  • Keeping Kids Safe - Making Effective Reports for Suspected Child Maltreatment by Casey Brown, MD, and Jennifer Yates, APNP

Friday, March 2 | Best Practices in Pediatrics

Saturday, March 3 | Best Practices in Pediatrics

  • What is That? Common Dermatologic Diagnostic Dilemmas by Stephen Humphrey, MD
    • Full page slides | 3 slides per page
    • Q&A
    • P: (414) 266-6430
    • E: shumphre@mcw.edu

  • Put Down the Otoscope! A Primer on Congenital External Ear Anomalies by Sachin Pawar, MD
    • Full page slides | 3 slides per page
    • Q&A
    • P: (414) 266-2982
    • E: spawar@mcw.edu

  • It's Not Just Speech: What We Do and How to Refer by Stephanie Olive, MS, CCC SLP, and Lori Ann Johnson, MS, CCC SLP
  • Sex Trafficking in Minors: Identification and Screening in a Medical Setting by Angela Rabbitt, DO
    • Full page slides | 3 slides per page
    • Q&A
    • P: (414) 266-2090
    • E: arabbitt@chw.org

  • Evidence-Based Practices in Gastroschisis by Amy Wagner, MD
    • Full page slides | 3 slides per page
    • Q&A
    • P: (414) 805-4776
    • E: awagner@chw.org

  • Age of Anxiety: Transforming Qualms into Calm by Rosa Kim, MD
    • Full page slides | 3 slides per page
    • Q&A
    • P: (414) 266-2932
    • E: rkim@chw.org

  • Practical Points for Improving Outpatient Antimicrobial Stewardship by Michelle Mitchell, MD
  • When to Make "Room" for the Rheumatologist by James Nocton, MD
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