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Social Determinants of Health: What Can We Do?

Jointly Provided by Colorado Chapter AAP and Children’s Hospital Colorado with grant support from the Ohio Chapter AAP

Registration Fee

$75 All Participants, includes lunch

$20 VIP Tour of the Training Facilities

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Location and Parking

U.S. Olympic Training Center

1 Olympic Plaza | Colorado Springs, CO 80909

Phone: (719) 866-4618

West Wing Conference Hall – turn left at the entry station and follow signs to parking.

 

Agenda

8:15-8:50 a.m. Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:50 Welcome and Opening Remarks: Edward C. Maynard, MD FAAP

9:00 Overcoming Adverse Childhood Experiences Through Positive Parenting: Robert Murray, MD FAAP

10:45 Addressing Food Insecurity in Colorado: Role of the Pediatric Provider: Sandra Hoyt Stenmark, MD FAAP

11:25 Evaluation and Adjourn

11:30 Annual General Members Meeting, Colorado Chapter AAP

12:15 p.m. Walk to the Athlete’s Dining Room

12:30 Lunch and Social Networking

1:15 VIP Behind-the-Scenes Tour of the Training Facilities – registration required ($20 fee)

2:30 Tour Concludes

 

Faculty

Robert Murray, MD FAAP

Professor of Pediatrics

Ohio State University

Columbus, Ohio

Sandra Hoyt Stenmark, MD FAAP

Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, University of Colorado

Community Benefit Physician Lead

Kaiser Permanente

Denver, Colorado

 

Overview and Target Audience

Research shows that adverse early childhood experiences (ACEs) influence a child’s long-term physical and mental health, cognitive development and academic and social success. These presentations will provide strategies for recognizing and addressing ACEs in the primary care setting, for pediatricians, family practitioners, and other health professionals caring for children.

 

Objectives

Upon completion of Dr. Murray’s talk, participants should be able to:

Explain to families the direct connection between their child’s environment and experiences, and the child’s cognitive, emotional, social, and academic future.

Identify specific strategies to help parents structure the child’s day, and communicate, read, play, and discipline in a way that enhances the child’s social and emotional skills.

Discuss difficult cases and explore approaches based on the principles of Promoting First Relations.

 

Upon completion of Dr. Stenmark’s talk, participants should be able to:

Recognize the prevalence and impact of food insecurity on households with children.

Describe interventions which have been shown to improve food security.

Implement changes in the practice setting which can improve food security, and know about opportunities for advocacy on this issue.

 

Continuing Education Credit

This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and Policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of Children’s Hospital Colorado and the Colorado Chapter American Academy of Pediatrics.

Children’s Hospital Colorado is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Children’s Hospital Colorado designates this live activity for a maximum of 2.5 AMA PRA Category 1Credit(s)TM. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Through the Ohio Chapter American Academy of Pediatrics, participants will also be awarded 20 Part II Maintenance of Certification Points.

 

Planning Committee

Edward C. Maynard, MD FAAP

Steve Perry, MD FAAP

Sarah Tisdale, MD FAAP

 

Cancellation Policy and Further information

The registration fee is non-refundable, however, you may send a substitute (notification is required). The Planning Committee reserves the right to alter the agenda or cancel the conference in the event of an unforeseen circumstance, or if the minimum registration is not attained by April 1, 2017.

For questions or to request arrangements to accommodate a disability, contact Ellen Brilliant at embrilliant@msn.com or call (303) 601-8308 at least three weeks in advance of the conference.

 

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