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Latest Evidence and Trends in Pediatric Obesity III

Aired on 2.08.2018
$49.00
Latest Evidence and Trends in Pediatric Obesity III
This course reviews the latest evidence and trends in pediatric obesity. The course will focus on interventions easily implemented in the primary care office such motivational interviewing, new pediatric hypertension guidelines and how to make kids more physically active. We will also cover the most up to date information on bariatric surgery, pharmacology and CDC programs.. Directed by Stephanie Walsh, M.D., Mark Wulkan, M.D., and Christopher Bolling, M.D., this truly interactive world broadcast will have brief presentations from world leaders in the field followed by discussion of controversial issues. This exciting, interactive format will allow the viewers to join in the discussions and debates.

Description

This course will review the latest evidence and trends in pediatric obesity. The course will focus on interventions easily implemented in the primary care office such motivational interviewing, new pediatric hypertension guidelines and how to make kids more physically active. We will also cover the most up to date information on bariatric surgery, pharmacology and CDC programs.. Directed by Stephanie Walsh, M.D., Mark Wulkan, M.D., and Christopher Bolling, M.D., this truly interactive world broadcast will have brief presentations from world leaders in the field followed by discussion of controversial issues. This exciting, interactive format will allow the viewers to join in the discussions and debates.

Directors & Faculty

Directors

Stephanie Walsh, M.D., FAAP

Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Surgery, Emory University, Medical Director of Child Wellness at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Atlanta, Georgia

Mark Wulkan, M.D., FAAP

Chief of Pediatric Surgery, Professor of Surgery and Pediatrics, Emory University School of Medicine, Surgeon-in-Chief, Children's Healthcare of Atlanta,  Atlanta, Georgia

Christopher F. Bolling, M.D., FAAP

Chair of the Section of Obesity, Volunteer Associate Professor of Pediatrics in the Division of General and Community Pediatrics at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC) and the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Private Practice, Pediatric Associates, Kentucky


Additional Faculty

Sarah Armstrong, M.D.

Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Associate Professor in the Department of Community and Family Medicine
Director, Duke Healthy Lifestyles Program.  
Sarah Armstrong, MD, FAAP, is founding Director of Duke Children’s Healthy Lifestyles, a pediatric weight management program, and Medical Director of Bull City Fit, a community-based partnership with Durham Parks and Recreation which offers free wellness activities for children with obesity and their families. She is a member of the Academic Pediatric Association’s Research Scholars Program and serves on the Executive Committee for the American Academy of Pediatrics’ Section on Obesity.  Her research interests are focused on the discovery and testing of novel interventions for treatment of severe child and adolescent obesity, including mobile health technology and community-healthcare partnerships.  She was awarded an innovation prize from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s National Childhood Obesity Challenge in 2013. 

Alyson Goodman, MD, FAAP, MPH

Alyson B. Goodman, MD is a practicing Pediatrician in Atlanta, GA and has been practicing for 8 years. Medical Epidemiologist, Pediatrician at Centers for Disease Control Greater Atlanta AreaGovernment Administration.

Stephen Pont, MD, FAAP

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics; Medical Director, Texas Center for the Prevention of Childhood Obesity; Medical Director, Austin ISD Student Health Services, Dell Children's Medical Center of Central Texas. Austin, Texas.

Tom Inge, M.D., FAAP

Dr. Tom Inge is a professor and chair of pediatric surgery and Children’s Hospital of Colorado. In addition to his role as division head for pediatric surgery, in 2017 he will establish the section of adolescent bariatric surgery integrating a surgical treatment option into existing obesity treatment program for adolescents with severe and other special forms of obesity at the of the Children’s Hospital of Colorado. Over his prior 16 years of tenure at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, Dr. Inge gained extensive experience in advanced minimally invasive pediatric surgery, bariatric surgery, and clinical outcomes research. With continuous research funding from the NIH over the past decade, he has also been the principal investigator of the Teen-Longitudinal Assessment of Bariatric Surgery study (www.teen-labs.org), providing an evidence base defining the role of gastric surgery to treat adolescents with clinically severe obesity. He has authored or co-authored over 140 peer-reviewed publications and book chapters and provided over 120 invited lectures for national and international professional groups. Tom is a member of the FDA’s Gastrointestinal and Urological Devices Committee, and has served as a consultant to the NIH and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. He has also served in leadership positions on numerous committees and task forces for surgical and pediatric professional organizations including ASMBS, TOS, AAP, and APSA.

Natalie D. Muth, M.D., MPH, RDN, FAAP

Sr Advisor for Healthcare Solutions, American Council on Exercise, Diplomat, American Board of Obesity Medicine, Co-Chair, San Diego Childhood Obesity Initiative, Communications Chair, AAP Section on Obesity

Allen Browne, M.D., FACS, FAAP

Dr. Browne is a pediatric/adolescent weight management specialist and pediatric surgeon. He has worked in the development of treatment algorithms for pediatric obesity for 12 years as Clinical Director of the New Hope Pediatric and Adolescent Weight Management Program at UIC Medical Center in Chicago (2004-2008), Attending physician at The Center for Healthy Weight and Nutrition at Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus, Ohio (2008-2009), and founder of the Pediatric Weight Management Program at the Carle Clinic in Urbana (2012 to present).  With Drs. Mark and Ai-Xuan Holterman, Dr. Browne developed and served as Principal Investi-gator of FDA IDE #1 to study the adjustable gastric band in severely obese adolescents.  Dr. Browne is the author and co-author of a number of papers, articles, and chapters on the treat-ment of pediatric obesity.  He is a member of the Section on Obesity of the AAP, the Pediatric Committee of The Obesity Society, the Pediatric Committee of ASMBS, and the Pediatric Obesi-ty Committee of APSA.  In 2014, Dr. Browne became certified as a Diplomate of the American Board of Obesity Medicine.  In July 2016, Dr. Browne’s practice will focus full-time on pediatric weight management. 

Claudia Fox, M.D., FAAP

Dr. Claudia Fox is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Minnesota. She is the Medical Director of the Pediatric Weight Management Program and the co-Director of the Teen Weight Loss Surgery Program at the University of Minnesota. She completed her M.D. and M.P.H. degrees at the University of Minnesota and completed a fellowship in Academic General Pediatrics also at the University of Minnesota. Dr. Fox is Board Certified by the American Board of Obesity Medicine, in addition to Pediatrics. Her expertise is in the clinical management of children and adolescents with severe obesity, and particularly in the use of pharmacotherapy for obesity in this population. Dr. Fox’s research focus has also been in the use of medications for obesity in youth. She has been a co-investigator in several clinical trials examining the weight loss properties of various medications for youth with severe obesity.

Gitanjali Srivastava, MD

Assistant Professor Boston University School of Medicine Dept of Medicine Endocrinology, Diabetes & Nutrition

Joseph T. Flynn, MD, MS

Joseph Flynn, MD, MS, is a Professor of Pediatrics in the University of Washington School of Medicine and Chief of the Division of Nephrology at Seattle Children's. He also holds the Dr. Robert O. Hickman Endowed Chair in Pediatric Nephrology. Dr. Flynn completed his pediatric nephrology training at St. Christopher's Hospital for Children in Philadelphia, PA, and later received an MS in Clinical Research from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY.
 

Agenda

9:00 am - 9:10 am
Welcome and introduction


9:10 am - 10:00 am
What's new in MI
10:00 am - 10:50 am
2017 AAP Clinical Practice Guideline on Childhood Hypertension
10:50 am - 11:00 am
Break
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Meds and Threads: What's the Best Approach for Severe Obesity"

12:30 pm - 1:20 pm
The latest and greatest from the CDC: what are we doing about childhood obesity
1:30 pm - 2:50 pm
Journal Club
1330 - 1350 Bariatric Surgery Tom Inge, MD, FAAP 1350 - 1410 POWER update Amy Gross, PhD, FAAP 1410 - 1430 Weight Bias Stephen Pont, MD, FAAP 1430-1450 Pharmacology Gitanjali Srivastava, MD, FAAP





2:50 pm - 3:00 pm
Break
3:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Rapid Fire
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
A Prescription for Activity: A Growing Role for Physical Activity Assessment and Counseling in Pediatric Clinical Settings
4:30 pm - 4:40 pm
Conclusion and Wrap-up

Topics Covered

  1. Motivational interviewing
  2. pediatric hypertension guidelines
  3. physical activity guidelines
  4. pharmacology
  5. bariatric surgery
  6. role of the CDC
  7. Latest article on bariatric surgery
  8. POWER study
  9. weight bias and pharmacology

Objectives

1) List the four process of Motivational Interviewing
2) Identify the changes in the HTN guidelines for pediatrics 
3) Describe the different methods for caring for the severely obese child.
4) Recognize the role CDC is playing the public health arena and the evidence supporting the current recommendations.
5)  Understand the expected weight loss after adolescent bariatric surgery. 
6)  Provide physical activity screening, counseling, and referral more effectively in the clinical setting