Duration: CME/CE Points: Author(s):
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CME : 15
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Pediatric Infectious Diseases: A Primary Care And Hospitalist Approach is organized by American Medical Seminars (AMS), Inc. This Onsite medical conference will be held from Oct 19 - 21, 2020 at Hilton Garden Inn Savannah Historic District, Savannah, Georgia, United States of America.

How many CME credits can be obtained from Pediatric Infectious Diseases: A Primary Care And Hospitalist Approach?

Credits:
• 15 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits
• 15 AAFP Credits

Description:
Day 1:
Pediatric Immunization Update and Challenges of Vaccine Refusal:

Upon completion of this session, using information published by the CDC and AAP, the participant should be able to:GL, COMP
• Describe the relevant epidemiology of specific vaccine-preventable diseases.
• Appropriately use vaccines according to ACIP and AAP recommendations.
• Incorporate and apply the significant changes and updates to the current ACIP/AAP recommendations
• Approach the problem of vaccine refusal and provide clinical strategies to effect parental education and cooperation.

Pediatric Meningitis Revisited:
Upon completion of this session, the participant should be able to:GL, COMP
• Appraise common presenting features of bacterial and viral meningitis.
• Determine the pathogens and develop a treatment plan concerning bacterial meningitis in children as per the Cochrane Database, systematic reviews, and AAP Guidelines.
• Recognize the management priorities and potential complications of bacterial meningitis.
• Relate the effects of immunizations practices on bacterial meningitis.

Influenza: What’s New and What You Can Do:
Upon completion of this session, the participant should be able to:GL, COMP
• Identify recent changes in influenza epidemiology.
• Enumerate CDC recommendations and Guidelines for immunization.
• Appropriately prescribe antiviral prophylaxis and treatment.

Pediatric Lower Respiratory Infections:
Upon completion of this session, using the evidence-based guidelines from EBM publications, the participant should be able to: EBM, GL, COMP
• Integrate the association of age, seasonal, clinical presentation, and chest x-ray findings with the etiology of pediatric pneumonia.
• Develop a diagnostic approach to infants and children suspected to have pneumonia and discuss the treatment options and the implications of emerging bacterial resistance.
• Apply the American Academy of Pediatrics Guidelines to the child with bronchiolitis.

Pathogens in the News: What Do They Mean For You:
Upon completion of this session and using the guidelines from the CDC, the participant should be able to: GL, COMP
• Recognize the current epidemiology of highly contagious viral or other infectious diseases that are of most immediate public health concern.
• Identify key clinical manifestations, as documented by the CDC guidelines, of these diseases.
• Plan for necessary precautions for newly identified viruses as developed and recommended by the CDC protocols and guidelines.
• Employ CDC recommended actions to contact Hospital, Local, State, and Federal Health Officials as appropriate or mandated.

Day 2:
The Age of MRSA:

Upon completion of this session and using the evidence-based guidelines from the CDC, the Pediatric Infectious Diseases Society, and EBM publications, the participant should be able to: EBM, GL, COMP
• Describe the emergence and development of drug resistance that led to MRSA.
• Discuss the prevalence differences and clinical diagnosis and treatment of community and hospital-associated MRSA.
• Recognize the importance of accurate and timely diagnosis when confronted with the possibility of MRSA.
• Stratify management according to clinical scenario and severity.
• Apply practical and proven preventative measures to reduce the risk and incidence of MRSA.

Kawasaki Disease:
Upon completion of this session, the participant should be able to: GL, COMP
• Acknowledge clinical/laboratory manifestations of Kawasaki
• Assess and manage patients according to AAP/AHA guidelines.
• Identify the potential for coronary complications.

Cases from the Files of a Pediatric ID Consultant:
Upon completion of this CME conference, the participant should be able to: GL, COMP
• Learn from instructive pediatric infectious disease cases and be able to construct approaches to a variety of interesting clinical challenges as presented to the ID consultant.
• Implement clinical pearls to clinical practice, as well as at the Otolaryngology Clinical Practice and other Guidelines.

Virus X: Ubiquitous, Uncanny, Understandable:
Upon completion of this session, the participant should be able to: GL, COMP
• Recognize the diverse clinical manifestations of EBV infection.
• Order appropriate laboratory workup based on the situation and treatment as per the AAP Guidelines.
• Anticipate natural history and complications of infection.

Fever in Infants:
Upon completion of this session, using the evidence-based guidelines from EBM publications, the participant should be able to: EBM, GL, COMP
• Recognize the common bacterial pathogens associated with fever in infants < 8 weeks of age as compared to older infants.
• Explain the rationale for modern diagnostic evaluation in these patients.
• Employ the appropriate treatment options for this patient population.

Day 3:
Chief Complaint: Fever and Rash:

Upon completion of this course, the participant should be able to COMP
• Identify distinctive clinical illnesses with fever and rash.
• Promote an approach to clinical and laboratory diagnosis.

Serious Infections of the Head and Neck:
Upon completion of this session, the participant should be able to: GL, COMP
• Distinguish the clinical appearance, diagnosis, and treatment of peritonsillar, retropharyngeal, and parapharyngeal space infections as per the Otolaryngology Clinic Practice Guidelines.
• Develop and advance to the child with red, swollen eye or cheek.

Tick-Borne Infections: Hot Spots and Bullseyes:
Upon completion of this session, the participant should be able to: GL, COMP
• Explain the epidemiology of tick-borne infections.
• Recognize the clinical/laboratory manifestations.
• Appropriately prescribe therapy, incorporating recent IDSA guidelines.

The Child with “Too Many” Infections:
Upon completion of this session, the participant should be able to: COMP
• Perform an office-based evaluation of the child with frequent infections.
• Recognize the presentation of the most common causes of recurrent infections in childhood, decide when to consider immune deficiency states, then determine the management issues for physicians providing pediatric healthcare.

Infectious Diseases Walking Through Your Office Door:
Clinical Cases will be requested throughout the week from the participants. These cases will be chosen and managed by the presenters. Diagnoses, next steps in management, and expected clinical results will be discussed. The format will hold a panel discussion and audience participation.

Target Audience

Primary Care, Pediatric Infectious Disease

Fees

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Specialties

Primary Care, Pediatric Infectious Disease

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