Injury Prevention MOC – January 21, 2017

31st Annual Advances in the Practice of Pediatrics
October 28, 2016
Senator Anderson hosts 9th annual Holiday Legislative Open House
January 4, 2017

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Saturday, January 21, 2017
8AM – Noon
Marina Village: Coral Room
1936 Quivira Way, San Diego, CA 92109

AAP-CA3 Members $25; Non-members $50*

Injuries are the number one cause of morbidity and mortality among children in the United States. In children less than one year of age, these injuries are most commonly caused by motor vehicle collisions, drowning, physical abuse, and inappropriate sleep positioning and environments. An important part of every well-child visit is to educate families about these risks so that they can practice safer behaviors to prevent these injuries. Unfortunately, there is little time during an office visit and providers often aren’t sure of the best ways to have these conversations. As a result, the Ohio Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics has developed two tools to assist pediatric providers in screening families for their injury risks and provide specific talking points to improve discussions. These tools have enabled physicians to be more efficient and they have made injury prevention discussions easier with families. By consistently incorporating these tools into practice, more than 50% of families made at least one change in their behavior, in turn helping their children to be safer.

Aside from the benefits of simplifying the way you address safety in your practice and reducing injuries in children, participants that utilize these tools within our program will have the added benefits of earning:

• 10 ABP Part II MOC credits
• 25 ABP Part IV Maintenance of Certification  (MOC) credits.

AGENDA (Tentative)

8:00 AM Breakfast
8:30 AM Pat Cantrell, MD,  AAP- CA Chapter 3 President
8:35 AM Jeannie Huang, MD,  Rady Children’s Hospital MOC Overview & Requirements
9:15 AM Mike Gittelman, MD,  Medical Director, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Injury Prevention MOC Part II
10:15AM Coffee Break, Snacks
10:45AM Mike Gittelman, MD  Injury Prevention MOC Part IV: Online Injury Prevention MOC  Part IV Kick-Off & Technical Assistance Session
11:30 AM Technical assistance, Questions  & Answers
12 Noon Program ends

 

Attendees will need to bring a laptop, iPad, tablet, fully charged with internet capability. Please also bring a power source. Attendees will also need to have their ABP diplomate number accessible onsite.

We will provide you with paper answer sheets, these can be used by attendees who elect not to bring a device, those who have an onsite struggle with their device or just in case of internet or power outage. The paper answer sheets will be turned in onsite and will be entered into the data completion portal by Ohio Staff.

MOC Points will be entered into individual ABP profiles within 10 days of the conference.

** If you have never been a chapter member before and join, your first year of membership is free (rebated/refunded via check back to you) and you can get the registration fee for $25.