Friday, October 11, 2019
7:30
Breakfast & Registration
8:00
Building a Healthier Future
Kyle Yasuda, MD, President, American Academy of Pediatrics
2019 All Alaska Pediatric Symposium is made possible thanks to
the generous support of our sponsors.
9:00
Genetics& Disease: A 2019 update
Lynn B. Jorde, PhD, Chair, Dept. of Human Genetics, University of Utah
10:00
Break

Please note, this is still a draft agenda. All speakers are confirmed but some of the exact titles are still pending.

10:30
1115 Behavioral Health Medicaid Waiver Rollout
Panel presentation, Division of Behavioral Health, Alaska Dept. of Health and Social Services
Gennifer Moreau - Johnson, Director, Division of Behavioral Health
Farina Brown - Deputy Director, Division of Behavioral Health
Terry Roth - Medicaid Section, Division of Behavioral Health
Britta Bishop - Treatment Services Section, Division of Behavioral Health
11:30
The Oppositional or Angry Child

Robert Hilt, MD, Psychiatry and Behavioral Health, Director of Partnership Access Line (PAL PAK), Seattle Children's Hospital

12:30
Lunch: Help Me Grow update
Carmen Wenger, MPH, Program Director, Help Me Grow Alaska, All Alaska Pediatric Partnership
1:30
Educating Practices to promote developmental screening through an Academic Detailing program
Abby Alter, Child Health & Development Institute of Connecticut
2:30
How to Make Simulating Stimulating!

Lori Gibertoni, RNC,BSN, Fairbanks Memorial Hospital

Stacy Wright, RN, CEN, CPEN, TCRN, Fairbanks Memorial Hospital

3:30
Break 
4:00
Track 1: Comfort Promise & other tools for Procedural Pain
Laura Brunner, MD, Fairbanks Memorial Hospital
Leslie Bagley, RN, The Children's Hospital at Providence
Cathy Heckenlively, RN, Executive Director, The Children's Hospital at Providence
Rosemary Price, Child Life Specialist, The Children's Hospital at Providence
4:00
Track 2: Psychopharmacology for Kids: An Overview
Robert Hilt, MD, Psychiatry and Behavioral Health, Director of Partnership Access Line (PAL PAK), Seattle Children's Hospital
5:00
Evaluation & Closing
 
5:30
Reception - Apps & Live music by Ava Earl & Andy Mullen 

Quarter Deck, Captain Cook Hotel

 
Saturday, October 12, 2019
7:30
Breakfast 
8:00
Maternal & Child Death Review Report: Overview & Recommendations
Daniella DeLozier, MSPH, Program Manager, Alaska Maternal & Child Death Review, Division of Public Health, Dept. of Health & Social Services
Travis Erickson, Division Operations Manager, Office of Children Services, Dept. of Health & Social Services
9:00
New Methods of Respiratory Support

Thomas Brogan, MD, Seattle Children's Hospital

10:00
Break
10:30
Medical Decision-Making, and the Errors We Make
Jeffrey Schunk, MD, Primary Children's Hospital & University of Utah Health Care Hospital and Clinics
11:30
Pediatric Environmental Health: Improving Children's Health Through recognition, management and prevention of environmental exposures
Margaret Willis, BSN, MPH, University of Washington
12:30
Lunch
1:30
Management of Common Genetic Syndromes
David Viskochil, MD, professor of pediatrics & clinical geneticists,Division of Medical Genetics, University of Utah
2:30
Caring For Every Child, Everywhere
Michael McMullen, MD, Surgical Director, Seattle Children's Hospital
3:30
Break
3:45
Becoming independent: Adolescent Health Care Transition 
Joanne Singleton, LCSW, MPH, Women's, Children's, Family & Health, Division of Public Health, Alaska Dept. of Health and Social Services.
4:45
The State of the State - Peds Subspecialties: An interactive discussion
Matt Hirschfeld, Medical Director, Maternal & Child Health, Alaska Native Medical Center, and Board Chair, All Alaska Pediatric Partnership
Rebekah Morisse, RN, BSN, MPH, Section Chief, Women's, Children's & Family Health, Division of Public Health, Alaska Dept. of Health and Social Services
5:30
Evaluation & Closing
 

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