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CCHMC and CIPT Present the Pediatric Trauma Series 2017- The 3 A's- Abdomens, Abuse and Ammo

11.07.17
7:00 PM EST
$25.00
CCHMC and CIPT Present the Pediatric Trauma Series 2017- The 3 A's- Abdomens, Abuse and AmmoCME
Join experts from around the country as they discuss three pediatric trauma issues.  Topics covered include: evaluation of the pediatric abdomen following blunt trauma, standardized screening for non-accidental trauma and pediatric gun violence.  The symposium will be broadcast live to a virtual audience from Cincinnati, OH.  These 1 hour symposia will be based on speaker presentations and faculty discussion.  The seminar will be an interactive and engaging conversation with audience questions and debate. Provided through the generous support:
Childress
Cincinnati Trauma
The Childress Institute for Pediatric Trauma
Trauma Services at Cincinnati Children's Hospital

Price: $25.00 Register

Description

 

Experts from around the country will be discussing three important pediatric trauma issues.  Topics covered include: evaluation of the pediatric abdomen following blunt trauma, pediatric gun violence and standardized screening for non-accidental trauma.  The symposium will be broadcast live to a virtual audience from Cincinnati, OH.  Each of the 1 hour symposia will be based on speaker presentations and a faculty discussion.

 

The order of these events and speakers is subject to change.  All times are EST.


1st Event – Evaluation of the pediatric abdomen

7:00 – 7:05 Introduction by Richard Falcone, MD

7:05 – 7:25 Christian Streck, MD – Pediatric surgeon perspective

7:25 – 7:45 Roberto Iglesias, MD  - Adult surgeon perspective

7:45 – 8:00 Discussion/Conclusion


2nd  Event – Pediatric gun violence

7:00 – 7:05 Introduction by Richard Falcone, MD

7:05 – 7:25 Victor Garcia, MD – Community-based prevention strategies

7:25 – 7:45 Michael Nance, MD – Epidemiology, stats, hurdles

7:45 – 8:00 Discussion/Conclusion


3rd Event – Standardized screening for NAT (in January)

7:00 – 7:05 Introduction by Richard Falcone, MD

7:05 – 7:25 Tony Escobar, MD – Pediatric surgeon perspective

7:25 – 7:45 Berkeley Bennett, MD – Emergency room physician perspective

7:45 – 8:00 Discussion/Conclusion


Directors & Faculty

Directors

Richard Falcone Jr., MD, MPH
Cincinnati Children's Hospital, Cincinnati OH

Associate Chief of Staff, Surgical Services, Director Trauma Services, Dr. Falcone completed his general surgery training at the University of Cincinnati and his pediatric surgical fellowship at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. He subsequently went on to receive his Masters of Public Health from the Harvard School of Public Health. He has been on faculty at Cincinnati Children’s since 2004 and currently is an Associate Professor of Surgery and the Director of Trauma Services. He has done extensive research in the area of injury care, trauma systems and quality and safety. He is committed to improving the care of the injured child.


Additional Faculty

Christian Streck, MD
Medical University of South Carolina

Dr. Christian Streck graduated from Duke University in 1994 with a BS in biology and an AB in history. He received his medical degree from the Wake Forest University School of Medicine in 1999. He completed general surgery residency in Memphis, Tennessee in 2006. This included a research fellowship studying children's cancer at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. He completed pediatric surgery fellowship at LeBonhuer Children's Hospital in Memphis in 2008. He is currently board certified in general and pediatric surgery. Dr. Streck is an associate professor of surgery and pediatrics at the Medical University of South Carolina. He is currently the pediatric trauma medical director and the general surgery residency program director.

Victor F. Garcia, MD, FACS, FAAP
Cincinnati Children's Hospital, Cincinnati, OH

Founding Director, Trauma Services,Professor, UC Department of Surgery Victor Garcia, MD, graduated from West Point, the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, studied pediatric surgery under C. Everett Koop, and was Walter Reed’s chief of General/Pediatric Surgery. Vic founded Children’s Trauma Center and led the effort to establish the country’s first Pediatric Weight Loss Surgery Center.  For his ongoing work to eliminate childhood health and social disparities, he has received numerous awards and commendations to include the Martin Luther King Humanitarian Award and the National Jefferson Award. Vic has an uncompromising belief in the power of systems thinking and stakeholder engagement to solve society’s most intractable problems.

Roberto Iglesias, Director of Pediatric Trauma at St. Vincent- Evans
Evansville, IN

Dr. Iglesias serves as the Director of Pediatric Trauma at St. Vincent- Evansville. His special interests include minimally invasive and advanced laparoscopy, endocrine, colonoscopy and endoscopy, treatment of varicose veins

Mauricio A. "Tony" Escobar, Jr., MD
Tacoma, WA

Dr. Escobar is a Pediatric Surgeon at Mary Bridge Children’s in Tacoma, WA, and Medical Director of Pediatric Surgery and Pediatric Trauma. He is Chief of Staff at Mary Bridge Children’s. He graduated from Baylor School of Medicine in Houston, Texas, after completing his undergraduate studies at Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas. He completed his Surgical Residency at Indiana University where he served as the Chief Resident his final year. He then completed his Pediatric Surgical Residency at Women and Children’s Hospital of Buffalo, State University of New York at Buffalo, once again serving as Chief Resident his final year. He has numerous academic and professional honors. Dr. Escobar has published 27 peer-reviewed articles, seven clinical textbook chapters, and presented at multiple national and international surgical meetings. He is board certified in General Surgery with added qualifications in Pediatric Surgery.

Michael Nance, MD, FACS, FAAP
Philadelphia, PA

Dr. Nance is the Director of the Pediatric Trauma Program at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and investigator for CHOP’s Center for Injury Research and Prevention. He is also a professor of surgery at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, where he holds the Josephine J. and John M. Templeton Jr. Chair in Pediatric Trauma.

Berkeley Bennett, MD, MS
Cincinnati Children's Hospital, Cincinnati, OH

Dr. Bennett is an Associate Professor at UC Department of Pediatrics and the Medical Director of the Northern Kentucky Advocacy Center.

Topics

Evaluation of the pediatric abdomen following blunt trauma, Standardized screening for non-accidental trauma and Pediatric gun violence

Objectives

  1. Describe current evidence in the evaluation of the pediatric abdomen following blunt trauma and the differing challenges at adult and pediatric institutions.
  2. Identify current standardized guidelines in the screening for non-accidental trauma and how to discuss with families.
  3. Discuss the epidemiology of pediatric gun violence, policy, and the efficacy of community-based prevention strategies.  

Accreditation Statement

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.


Cincinnati Children's designates this live activity for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ per session for a possible total of 3.0AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ for the series. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.


ABP MOC 2: Successful completion of this CME activity, which includes participation in the activity, with individual assessments of the participant and feedback to the participant, enables the participant to earn 1.0 MOC points in the American Board of Pediatrics' (ABP) Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program. 1.0 points are available per session with a possible total of 3.0 for the whole series. It is the CME activity provider's responsibility to submit participant completion information to the ACCME for the purpose of granting ABP MOC credit.


Cincinnati Children's will upload all points earned January 1 – November 15 in the calendar year in which they were earned. Points earned on or after November 16th will be uploaded to the ABP the following calendar year.


ABS MOC 2: Each session in this activity series includes a self-assessment component as required for the fulfillment of Part 2 of the American Board of Surgery Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Program to Physicians.