This two-day intensive program will provide academic and clinical information in a format that emphasizes the practical application of current concepts relevant to office practice and to professionals involved in the care of children.
Pediatric, family practice and emergency physicians, as well as physician assistants, nurses and nurse practitioners will benefit from this year’s program, which includes expert faculty speaking on a variety of current pediatric issues.
This conference will be completely virtual.
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1. List and discuss the heath disparities that impact transgender- diverse children and adolescents.
2. Identify mental health screening and evaluation resources that be accessed for consultation, escalation of care, and crisis management.
3. Identify the signs and symptoms of MIS-C as well as appropriate evaluation and management.
4. Analyze the preventive and abortive medications used to treat headaches and describe the non-first line treatments that can be used for refractory headaches.
This CME Program is Designed for:
Family Medicine Physicians
Pediatric RNs and Nurse Practitioners
Family Medicine RNs and Nurse Practitioners
Allied Health Professionals
Hospital and Industry Professionals
Pediatric Specialists that include and not limited to:
Dr. Bekenstein Pediatric Keynote Lecture Speaker
Sandy L. Chung, M.D., FAAP, FACHE, is a general pediatrician and 2023 President Elect of the American Academy of Pediatrics. She serves as President of Fairfax Pediatric Associates, and the CEO of Trusted Doctors, a pediatric group in northern Virginia and Maryland with over 120 clinicians in 22 locations in northern Virginia and Maryland. With over twenty years of pediatric clinical experience and practice management experience, Dr. Chung has held over 30 leadership positions in multiple local, state, and national organizations with a focus on child health and information technology. She is the founder and Medical Director for the Virginia Mental Health Access Program (VMAP), a statewide program that improves equitable access to mental health care to children, adolescents, and young adults. She serves as Medical Director of Informatics for the Children’s National Pediatric Health Network, Co-Chair of the Governor’s Task Force on Primary Care, and member of the Virginia Early Childhood Foundation Board. Her previous leadership positions include President of the Virginia Chapter of the AAP, Chair of the Board for the Virginia Foundation for Healthy Youth, President of the Medical Society of Northern Virginia, and Vice-Chair for the AAP Council on Clinical Information Technology. She has been recognized with several awards by her peers and health organizations including the Clarence A. Holland Award given to a physician who made an outstanding contribution to the community for citizenship and public service, beyond the call of duty, as a practicing physician, and provided outstanding leadership in the field of political advocacy. Additionally, she received the Virginia Child Advocate Award given to an individual in the Commonwealth who stands up for the rights, values, and recognition of Virginia’s children. She has spent years teaching medical students and pediatric residents and holds clinical professorship at the University of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University and Georgetown University School of Medicine. She received her medical degree at the University of Virginia and completed her pediatric residency at Inova Children’s Hospital. Dr. Chung is an outspoken champion for pediatricians and children’s health, having appeared in multiple news media outlets including the Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Washington Business Journal, and AAP News. She has four wonderful children and enjoys reading, boating, puzzles, and painting.
The Mohsen Ziai M.D. Pediatric Endowment was established in 1991 to support pediatric education, research, and program development. Thanks to many colleagues and friends, as well as former students and residents in Fairfax, Rochester, New York, and around the world, the balance reached $1.9 million dollars including interest before being tapped by Dr. Ziai's successors. The chairs have expended well over one million dollars toward major support to this annual conference, multiple REACH Courses provided free of charge to local pediatricians, establishment of a child abuse professorship, including almost half a million dollars for neonatal neurodevelopmental research. Additional support by current beneficiaries of the Endowment is needed to continue such enrichment of support to community pediatric caregivers. Please consider an annual donation to this cause to honor Dr. Ziai's memory and legacy. www.inovachildrens.org/giveback.
Inova CME Accreditation
The Inova Office of Continuing Medical Education is accredited by the Medical Society of Virginia to sponsor continuing medical education for physicians.
The Inova Office of Continuing Medical Education designates this educational activity for a maximum of 15 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s) ™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Physicians may claim up to 15 credits in Type 1 CME on the Virginia Board of Medicine Continued Competency and Assessment Form required for renewal of an active medical license in Virginia.
Virginia Nurses Association Inova Nursing Professional Development is approved as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the Virginia Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Criteria for successful completion includes attendance at the entire event and completion of an evaluation. There are no conflicts of interest for any individual in a position to control content for this activity.