Conference #1603
22nd Annual Winter Conference on Pediatrics


February 8 - 12, 2022
Big Sky, Montana



 
See Tuition information for pricing and attendance options.
Proof of full vaccination and face masks required for in-person attendance.

PEDIATRICS

Designed for physicians, nurse practitioners, PAs, nurses, and other allied healthcare professionals involved in the care of pediatric patients, our 22nd Annual Winter Conference on Pediatrics takes place over the course of four days. Covering a wide array of topics including behavioral issues, endocrinology, anaphylaxis, sports injuries, and pediatric stroke, our expert faculty will discuss the latest evidence-based advancements in pediatrics, present emerging clinical data, and provide skills and strategies for application and implementation into your practice. This educational activity aims to increase both the competence and performance of all attendees as well as contribute to your ability to work together as part of a coordinated healthcare team.

Topics for this year’s conference have been selected based on the educational needs underlying identified professional practice gaps. The gaps were derived from a variety of sources including evaluations and outcomes data from past participants, clinical expert input, Symposia Medicus’ online survey, and other medical and nursing data such as current clinical guidelines, research findings, literature reviews, and patient safety considerations.

An outstanding faculty has been assembled for this conference. Each faculty member was selected based on their individual area of expertise and ability to communicate current, evidence-based, and practical information to participants.

The conference format includes didactic lectures, question and answer sessions, and case studies. Following a group of lectures, the question and answer sessions allow attendees to ask the faculty critical and challenging questions about caring for patients during various pediatric situations.
 

CONFERENCE OBJECTIVES

As a result of participating in this conference, you should have increased knowledge and enhanced competence to…

  • Differentiate injuries/conditions in children that mimic injuries/conditions in adults but require very different treatment
  • Plan treatment regimens for worrisome pediatric dermatologic diseases
  • Formulate an evidence-based diagnostic plan for the utilization of CT in pediatric trauma victims
  • Manage common pediatric behavioral and mental health disorders within your primary care practice
  • Assess asthma control at each office visit by symptoms and spirometry
  • Recognize current therapies for type 2 diabetes in the pediatric population

ATTENDEE REQUIREMENTS

After attending this conference, participants are entitled to a certificate of credit which will be available online. Successful completion of this activity is determined by attending the live activity, reviewing the educational session materials, and submitting the case studies test, evaluations, surveys, and verification of attendance form. Each participant should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
 

ACCREDITATION

This educational activity was planned and produced in accordance with the ACCME and ANCC Essentials and Standards relating to continuing medical and nursing education.

Symposia Medicus is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Symposia Medicus is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
 

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT

Physicians
Symposia Medicus designates this live activity for a maximum of 16 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

AAP
This continuing medical education activity has been reviewed by the American Academy of Pediatrics and is acceptable for a maximum of 16 AAP credits. These credits can be applied toward the AAP CME/CPD Award available to Fellows and Candidate Members of the American Academy of Pediatrics.

ACEP
Approved by the American College of Emergency Physicians for a maximum of 16 hour(s) of ACEP Category I credit.

AAFP
Application for CME credit has been filed with the American Academy of Family Physicians. Determination of credit is pending. Please check our website for updated credit information.

PAs
NCCPA accepts certificates of participation for educational activities certified for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ from organizations accredited by ACCME or a recognized state medical society. PAs may receive a maximum of 16 hours of Category 1 credit for completing this program.

Nurse Practitioners/Nurses
The ANCC contact hours awarded for completion of this conference are 16.
 
Provider is also approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider #CEP2335, for 19.2 contact hours.

Pharmacists
The California Board of Pharmacy accepts as continuing professional education those courses that meet the standard of relevance to pharmacy practice and have been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™

Pharmacotherapeutic CEUs for Nurses
This activity is designated for a maximum of 1 pharmacotherapeutic credit towards meeting the requirement for nursing pharmacology continuing education. Sessions awarding pharmacotherapeutic credits are denoted with an Rx in the schedule. Please contact your state’s Board of Nursing for specific educational requirements as they may vary state to state.

 
Tariq Ahmad, MD, FAAP
Associate Clinical Professor; Department of Pediatrics; Division of Pediatric Endocrinology & Diabetes; UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital Oakland; Oakland, California
 
Steven Anderson, MD
Clinical Professor, Department of Pediatrics; University of Washington; Seattle, Washington
 
John Kelso, MD - Conference Co-Chairperson
Clinical Professor of Pediatrics & Internal Medicine; University of California, San Diego School of Medicine; Division of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology; Scripps Clinic; San Diego, California
 
Stephanie N. Marcy, PhD, ABPP
Clinical Psychologist, Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics; Medical Director, Integrated Behavioral Health in Primary Care; Children’s Hospital, Los Angeles; Keck School of Medicine of USC, Los Angeles, California
 
Toby Maurer, MD
Professor, Department of Dermatology, Indiana University School of Medicine; Indianapolis, Indiana; Professor Emeritus, University of California, San Francisco; San Francisco, California
 
Emily Rose, MD, FAAP, FAAEM, FACEP - Conference Co-Chairperson
Director for Pre-Health Undergraduate Studies; Director of the Minor in Health Care Studies; Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California, Associate Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine (Educational Scholar); Department of Emergency Medicine LA County + USC Medical Center; Los Angeles, California

DISCLOSURE STATEMENT

Consistent with ACCME and ANCC guidelines, it is the policy of Symposia Medicus to ensure balance, independence, objectivity, and scientific rigor in all educational activities. Prior to the planning of this educational activity, all individuals in a position to influence and/or control the content of continuing education activities have been asked to disclose all relevant financial relationships within the past 12 months. Beyond disclosure of relevant financial relationships, faculty are required to disclose when they plan to discuss pharmaceuticals and/or medical devices that are not approved by the FDA and/or medical or surgical procedures that involve an unapproved or “off-label” use of an approved device or pharmaceutical. Symposia Medicus is committed to providing learners with commercially unbiased continuing education activities. This information is intended to assist learners in forming their own judgments about the content presented. Disclosure information will be included in the educational session materials for this activity and speakers will provide a disclosure slide for each presentation which they will also disclose verbally onsite.

 
Wednesday, February 9, 2022
 
7:15 AMCommon Pitfalls in the Diagnosis of Pediatric Sports Injuries
Steven Anderson, MD
 
8:00Pediatric Dermatology: What You Don’t Want to Miss!
Toby Maurer, MD
 
8:45Critical Concepts in Pediatric Trauma
Emily Rose, MD, FAAP, FAAEM, FACEP
 
9:30Questions & Answers / Group Discussion
Faculty Panel & Audience
 
4:00 PMDrug & Vaccine Allergies
(Rx = 30 minutes)
John Kelso, MD
 
4:45Before You Refer: Behavioral Health Management Within the Pediatric Medical Visit
Stephanie N. Marcy, PhD, ABPP
 
5:30Endocrinology in Your Office
Tariq Ahmad, MD, FAAP
 
6:15Questions & Answers / Group Discussion
Faculty Panel & Audience
 
Thursday, February 10, 2022
 
7:00 AMBig Problems in Little People: Pediatric Stroke, Myocardial Infarction, and Venous Thromboembolism
Emily Rose, MD, FAAP, FAAEM, FACEP
 
7:45Office Management of Acute & Overuse Knee Injuries
Steven Anderson, MD
 
8:30Pediatric Eating Disorders from the Inside Out: Prevention & Early Intervention
Stephanie N. Marcy, PhD, ABPP
 
9:15Questions & Answers / Group Discussion
Faculty Panel & Audience
 
Friday, February 11, 2022
 
4:00 PMWhat Determines Asthma Control?
(Rx = 15 minutes)
John Kelso, MD
 
4:45Ankle Sprains & Conditions That Can Mimic Ankle Sprains
Steven Anderson, MD
 
5:30Anaphylaxis: How to Recognize & How to React
(Rx = 15 minutes)
John Kelso, MD
 
6:15Questions & Answers / Group Discussion
Faculty Panel & Audience
 
Saturday, February 12, 2022
 
7:00 AMChildren of the Corn Chip: From Obesity to Type 2 Diabetes
Tariq Ahmad, MD, FAAP
 
7:45Toxic Shock Syndrome
Emily Rose, MD, FAAP, FAAEM, FACEP
 
8:30Childhood Anxiety: Avoidance Is Not an Option
Stephanie N. Marcy, PhD, ABPP
 
9:15Questions & Answers / Group Discussion
Faculty Panel & Audience
 
 
Rx = Pharmacotherapeutic CEUs for nurses will be granted for these sessions
 

CONFERENCE LODGING INFORMATION

Conference group rates have been arranged at the Big Sky Resort. Rooms at our group rates are limited and on a first come, first served basis. PLEASE RESERVE EARLY as rooms may sell out and/or room rates may increase. If you wish to extend your stay, group rates may be available three days before and three days after the conference.

Two nights’ deposit (room rate only) must accompany your reservation. The balance of your lodging, hotel fees as stated below, and all incidental charges are due to the hotel. The hotel accepts most major credit cards.
 

GROUP RATES STATED BELOW INCLUDE DAILY BUFFET BREAKFAST FOR TWO PEOPLE

(All accommodations are non-smoking and include complimentary internet access in room and throughout resort)
 

Huntley Lodge: Newly renovated, the main hotel lodge containing the Conference Center and spa.

Huntley First Class Room (Double Occupancy) - $339/night
Maximum Occupancy: 4
Approx. Square Footage: 375
Rooms have two queen beds, mini refrigerator, TV, one bathroom, wet bar, coffeemaker, iron & ironing board, and blow dryer.

Huntley Mountain View Room (Double Occupancy) - $354/night
Maximum Occupancy: 4
Approx. Square Footage: 375
Same amenities as above with mountain views.
 

Shoshone Building: Attached to the Huntley Lodge & Conference Center. Most rooms face Lone Mountain or Andesite Mountain

Shoshone 1-Bedroom Condo (Double Occupancy) - $517/night
Maximum Occupancy: 6
Approx. Square Footage: 790
Has a private bedroom with one queen bed, 1-3/4 bathrooms, Murphy bed and double sleeper sofa in living room, fully-equipped kitchen, gas fireplace, and a small balcony.
 

Summit Building: Newly renovated, Euro-Western luxury hotel adjacent to the Mountain Village.
A two-minute walk to the Huntley Lodge & Conference Center.

Summit Studio (Double Occupancy) - $386/night
Maximum Occupancy: 4
Approx. Square Footage: 450
Has a queen pull-down Murphy bed, kitchen, dining area, and bathroom.

*Summit Hotel (2 Queen Beds) (Double Occupancy) - $444/night
Maximum Occupancy: 4
Approx. Square Footage: 400
Has two queen beds, wet bar, and bathroom.
(Must call Symposia Medicus for availability)

*Summit Hotel (King Bed) (Double Occupancy) - $459/night
Maximum Occupancy: 2
Approx. Square Footage: 400
Has one king bed, wet bar, and bathroom.
(Must call Symposia Medicus for availability)

*Summit 1-Bedroom Condo (Double Occupancy) - $706/night
Maximum Occupancy: 2-6
Approx. Square Footage: 880
Has one or two queen beds, full kitchen, dining area, and one bathroom. Bed types not guaranteed.
(Must call Symposia Medicus for availability)

*Summit 2-Bedroom Condo (Double Occupancy) - $885/night
Maximum Occupancy: 6-8
Approx. Square Footage: 1330
Has one queen bed in one bedroom, one king or two queen beds in second bedroom, and queen sleeper sofa in living room; three bathrooms, full kitchen, and, fireplace. Bed types not guaranteed.
(Must call Symposia Medicus for availability)

*Summit 3-Bedroom Condo (Double Occupancy) - $1,231/night
Maximum Occupancy: 8-10
Approx. Square Footage: 1770
Same as Summit 2-Bedroom Condo with an adjoining hotel room. Bed types not guaranteed.
(Must call Symposia Medicus for availability)
 

Village Center: Located between the Summit and Shoshone buildings and adjacent to the Huntley Lodge & Conference Center.

Village Studio (Double Occupancy) - $370/night
Maximum Occupancy: 4
Approx. Square Footage: 432
Has queen pull-down Murphy bed, microwave, coffeemaker, small refrigerator and dishwasher, and bathroom.
 

*Units are VERY limited. Reserve early. Call Symposia Medicus for availability at (925) 969-1789.

If you are traveling alone and would like to inquire about single rates, please call Symposia Medicus at (925) 969-1789.

For information regarding COVID-19, health, and safety at the hotel, please visit https://bigskyresort.com/what-to-expect

Hotel Policies

  • Above conference group rates are per room, per night and do not include the following (subject to change):
    - 8% state accommodation tax
    - 4% resort tax
    - 10% resort service fee (The resort service fee includes: ski valet for hotel guests, pool access, daily roundtrip ride (for each registered guest) on the Ramcharger 8 life during ski season for dining at Everett's 8800 (for each registered guest), resort bellman shuttle for transport within the Big Sky Community (based on availability), children's activities in Huntley Lodge lobby, Ski Patrol Dog demonstrations and s'mores, Warren Miller movie playing weekly, movies in the amphitheater nightly (availability allowing), Special events and movies during exceptionally cold days, luggage storage with bell staff on arrival or departure, concierge assisted boarding passes, and self-parking. Items are subject to change.)
     
  • Maximum guestroom occupancy as stated above cannot be exceeded
     
  • Mandatory additional occupant charge (over two in room), 7 years and older, is $25 per person, per night (includes daily buffet breakfast, taxes, and gratuities)
     
  • Children 6 years and under are complimentary staying in room with adult (includes daily buffet breakfast, taxes, and gratuities) – not to exceed stated maximum occupancy
     
  • Rollaway beds are available at an additional cost of $20 per night (subject to availability and change)
     
  • Cribs are available on a complimentary basis (subject to availability and change)
     
  • Check-in time is 5:00pm and check-out time is 11:00am. A late check-out can only be confirmed on the date of departure by the front desk. Late check-outs are based on availability and additional charges may apply.
     
  • Credit/Debit Card Policy: Upon check-in, the hotel requires a credit card or debit card to ensure that funds are available. Holds are placed on your account for your entire stay plus estimated incidentals; however, the amount may be immediately deducted from your account. The length of time for which these holds remain on your credit or debit account varies from bank to bank.
     
  • Parking: Self-parking is complimentary. Valet parking (only at the Summit Building) is $20 per day (subject to change).
     
Vaccination/Face Mask Policy

    You must be fully vaccinated in order to attend a Symposia Medicus conference in-person. Proof of vaccination in the form of vaccination record card, a photo of your vaccination card, and QR code (via paper, your smartphone or other portable electronic device). You can submit this prior to the conference via email (to info@symposiamedicus.org) or in-person at the conference venue.

    Face masks are required in the conference room. Symposia Medicus will have disposable masks available at the registration desk.

    Cancellation Policies

    • Conference cancellations must be made in writing (via email) to Symposia Medicus and a refund, less a 10% processing fee, will be given. No refunds will be made if cancellation is received after January 4, 2022; however, tuition, less a 10% processing fee, may be applied to a future Symposia Medicus conference.
       
    • Per our hotel contract, hotel reservation cancellations must be made in writing to Symposia Medicus and you will receive a full refund if emailed by December 7, 2021. Between December 8, 2021 and January 4, 2022, one night’s deposit is forfeited. After January 4, 2022, no hotel refunds can be made.
       
    • All cancellations must be emailed to registrar@symposiamedicus.org by the dates stated above
       
    • In the unlikely event of a conference cancellation by Symposia Medicus, full tuition and, if reservation was made with Symposia Medicus, hotel deposit refunds will be made. Symposia Medicus will not be responsible for refunding travel or any other expenses.

    Each registrant will have online access to educational session materials. The educational session materials will be available for download approximately one week prior to the conference (you’ll receive an email with instructions).

    If you are unable to attend this conference, you may purchase an electronic copy of the educational session materials one week after the conference. Please email publications@symposiamedicus.org for more information.

    AIR TRAVEL INFORMATION

    You will fly into Bozeman, Montana (BZN), which is approximately one-two hours (varies based on weather) from the Big Sky Resort. For information on ground transportation, please visit our website.

    Symposia Medicus has arranged for discount fares with Alaska, Delta, and United Airlines for this conference. Reservations can be made either through your travel agency or through the airlines at the website or Convention Desk numbers listed below.

    In order to receive the discounted rate, you or your travel agent must refer to the Symposia Medicus Group ID number listed here.
     

    Alaska Airlines
    For discounts on Alaska Airlines flights, please book online at www.alaskaair.com and click on the link “Use Discount Code,” located at the bottom of the “Book Flights” box. Once you click on this link, another page will appear. On this page, you will need to insert ECMD724 in the “Discount Code” box, located at the right hand side of the page.

    Delta Airlines
    For discounts on Delta Airlines, please visit www.delta.com, enter in your travel plans and then click on the “Advanced Search” link located below the “Passenger” box. Once you click on this link, a panel will appear and you will need to insert NMV3E in the “Meeting Code” box.
    For questions, please call the Delta Airlines Convention Desk at (800) 328-1111.

    United Airlines
    For discounts on United Airlines, please visit www.united.com and click on Advanced Search, located on the bottom left corner of the “Book Travel” box. Once you click on this link, another page will appear. At the bottom of this page, you will insert ZKBQ178725 in the “Promotions and Certificates” box at the end of the page.
    For questions, please call the United Airlines Convention Desk at (800) 426-1122.
     

    CAR RENTAL DISCOUNT

    Symposia Medicus has made arrangements with AVIS and Budget Car Rentals. Reservations can be made online or by phone; please refer to the conference code below and the conference/airport location when making your reservations. Please see below:

    AVIS
    www.avis.com
    800-331-1600
    AWD # B766625

    Budget
    www.budget.com
    800-772-3773
    BCD # U076767

    CONFERENCE LOCATION

    This exciting conference will be held in the picturesque Northwestern Rockies at the beautiful Big Sky Resort, just an hour’s drive from Bozeman, Montana. This lovely hotel and suite/condominium resort has newly-renovated buildings, and ski-in/ski-out access, is located within the Big Sky Resort, providing you with access to 5,800 skiable acres. Annual snowfall of more than 400 inches results in spectacular beginning, intermediate, and expert slopes, with plenty of wide, groomed cruising runs, as well as narrow chutes and trees for the advanced skier. You will also experience the incomparable Big Sky powder!

    If it’s Nordic skiing you enjoy, just six miles from the Big Sky Resort lies the Lone Mountain Ranch cross country skiing area-rated one of the best in the United States. And, for a change of pace, you are sure to enjoy a horse-drawn sleigh ride through the beautiful Big Sky Mountains, or a snow coach tour of nearby Yellowstone National Park.

    Big Sky Resort is a self-contained village with many restaurants to choose from, as well as live evening entertainment and dancing. The resort has a giant heated indoor/outdoor swimming pool, full spa, and whirlpools to help soothe those aching muscles at the end of a busy day. A full range of shops are available around Big Sky Resort.

    Whatever your pleasure, you are sure to find many thrilling winter activities in this spectacular setting while attending our 22nd Annual Winter Conference on Pediatrics.

    SKI LIFT TICKET DISCOUNT

    We have made arrangements for discounted ski lift tickets. These are one-day lift tickets and give you access to over 5,850+ acres of skiable terrain, 36 lifts, and over 300 named runs! You can only purchase these discounted tickets by visiting https://shop.bigskyresort.com/s/symposia-medicus-2022/c/symposia-medicus-2022-2