Agenda


Friday, March 6th

7:15 AM
Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:15
Welcome and Introduction | Marilyn Augustyn, MD

 


Neurons to Neighborhoods : 20 years later where are we?


8:30
Harris Keynote: Fulfilling the Promise of Neurons to Neighborhoods - Promoting Children’s Optimal Healthy Development | Paul H. Dworkin, MD

9:30
Building Family Resiliency: The Parenting Journey Program| Aseel Al-Jadiri, MD

10:15
Break

10:30
Addressing Social Determinants of Health Within Primary Care | Arvin Garg, MD, MPH

11:15
Care of the Immigrant Child in 2020 | Jodi Wenger, MD

 


12:00 PM
Lunch on Your Own or Optional Lunch Session (separate fee/registration required)

12:15 – 1:15
OPTIONAL LUNCH SESSION (separate fee/registration required)
No Small Matter Part One | Marilyn Augustyn, MD, Jack Maypole, MD and David Gottsegen, MD, ABMH

No Small Matter is the first feature documentary to explore the most overlooked, underestimated, and powerful force for change in America today: early childhood education. Through poignant stories and surprising humor, the film lays out the overwhelming evidence for the importance of the first five years, and reveals how our failure to act on that evidence has resulted in an everyday crisis for American families, and a slow-motion catastrophe for the country.  

We will be screening No Small Matter in two parts during the lunch sessions on Friday and Saturday.   Drs. Augustyn, Maypole and Gottsegen will lead a discussion after each half of the film.  No spoiler alerts necessary. This session is eligible for CME and CNE credits.  An additional $50 fee covers lunch and participation in this session.

Click here for the trailer.

1:30
Peek into a Child’s Mind: Using Drawing and Writing in Primary Care Settings | Karen J. Miller, MD

2:15
Parental Mindset: Important to Consider in Family Support | Mei Elansarry, MD

3:00
Break

3:15
Universal Baby: Global Perspective on Infant Development | Martha Vibbert, PhD

4:00
Medical Foster Care | Jack Maypole, MD

4:45
Adjourn

 

 

 

Saturday, March 7th

7:45 AM
Continental Breakfast




Developmental Issues in the Urban Youth

8:15
Introduction | Jack Maypole, MD

8:30
Obesity Care  for the Young Child in the 21st century | Caroline J. Kistin, MD, MS

9:30
The Border is Here: Immigration Trauma and Diversity and Trauma Informed Care in Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics | Ivys Fernandez-Pastrana, JD and Carmen Rosa Noroña, LICSW, Ms.Ed., CEIS

10:15
Break

10:30
Addressing Opioid Use Among Adolescents | Sarah M. Bagley, MD, MSc

11:15
Yoga for 12 Step Recovery | Jodi Santosuosso, APRN, BC, NP-C CNE
There will be a brief exercise utilizing mediation and basic yoga poses. If interested in participating wear loose clothing.

 



12:00 PM
Lunch on Your Own or Optional Lunch Session
 
12:15  - 1:15
OPTIONAL LUNCH SESSION         
No Small Matter Part Two (please see Friday Agenda for description)
Marilyn Augustyn, MD, Jack Maypole, MD and David Gottsegen, MD, ABMH

1:30                    
Small Moments :Big Impact : Promoting Resilience | Cyndie S. Hatcher, MD, MPH and Barry Zuckerman MD

2:15
Applying the Reach Out and Read Model to Promote Emergent Literacy in Infants and Children with Developmental Concerns or Disabilities | Monica H. Ultmann, MD

3:00
Break

3:15
Making Diagnostic Assessment Meaningful to Schools: A Set of Educational and Therapeutic Frameworks for Children With Diverse Disabilities | L. Erik von Hahn, MD

4:00
The Ten Best Articles in DBP | Marilyn Augustyn, MD

5:00
Adjourn