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Rocky Mountains provide scenic backdrop for Practical Pediatrics :

April 4, 2019

Delve into half-day sessions then explore the surroundings in Denver at Practical Pediatrics June 21-23.

This continuing medical education course near the Rocky Mountains has many highlights, including:

  • “The Screen as a Vaccine,” “Pediatric Psychopharmacology for the Primary Care Provider,” “When Autism Has No Name: Cultural Competence and Developmental Differences” and “ADHD in Adolescence: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly,” with Alison D. Schonwald, M.D., FAAP;
  • “When to Worry About Stinging Insect Reactions,” “Asthma: Not One Size Fits All,” “Myths and Misconceptions Surrounding Allergy Testing” and “Allergy or Something Else?” with David R. Stukus, M.D., FAAP;
  • “Turner Syndrome: Missed Opportunities for Diagnosis and Treatment,” “Gender Disorders: Gender Assignment, Role, Identity, Dysphoria, Transgender” and “Type 2 Diabetes in Children and Youth,” with Gary L. Francis, M.D.;
  • “Cases in Office Pediatric Orthopedics: Emergency, Urgency or Elective Referral?” “Back and Neck Pain in Children and Adolescents: Top 10 Diagnoses,” “Tips and Tricks for Safe Splinting and Casting” and “Neonatal Pediatric Orthopedics: Evaluating and Diagnosing Common and not so Common Conditions,” with Martin J. Herman, M.D., FAAP;
  • “Employment Law for Pediatricians,” “Extreme Practice Makeovers,” “RVUs 4 U: The Value of Your Services” and “Medical Office Embezzlement,” with Suzanne K. Berman, M.D., FAAP; and
  • “Travel-associated Infections,” “ID Cases/Unknowns,” “Too Hot To Touch: The Evaluation and Management of Children with Persistent Fever” and “Vaccine Update: Clarifying Changing Vaccine Recommendations and Update on New and Developing Vaccines,” with William V. Raszka Jr., M.D., FAAP.

Register at by May 24 to save $150. Earn up to 17.25 AMA PRA Category 1 credits and 17 Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Part 2 points through the AAP MOC Portfolio Program.

HIV/AIDS training at AAP Headquarters

The Pediatric HIV/AIDS Training Course May 20-21 at AAP Headquarters in Itasca, Ill., will focus on management of HIV and evidence-based data to optimize clinical practice.

The Committee on Pediatric AIDS course is geared toward practitioners who serve HIV-infected and exposed patients as well as pediatric residents and fellows in training and those interested in infectious diseases, immunology, pathology, adolescent and adult medicine or epidemiology.

The course fee is $350 for physicians, allied health professionals and others. The fee for medical students, residents and post-residency training fellows is $150. To register, visit

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