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Minnesota is ranked #1 in the country for overall child well-being. However, not all Minnesota's children share equally in those improvements. Poverty rates in Minnesota are four times as high for American Indian children, and nearly five times as high for African American children as for white children. This session will focus on identifying and addressing poverty and health disparities in the clinic. Gain practical resources you can share with families in order to get them connected to the care and services they need.
Speakers to date include:
Studies estimate that mental health problems affect one in five young people at any given time, but few are receiving the care they need. Key barriers include long wait times, insurance and high deductibles, and availability of therapy appointments either in school or outside of school hours. Hear about innovative models to increase access to mental health services and resources here in Minnesota.
Speakers to be announced soon.
Once again this year, MNAAP will hold a resident and medical student abstract and poster competition preceding the annual dinner. The goal of the competition is to foster community among pediatric trainees across the state. Abstracts should number no more than 450 words and must be submitted electronically by May 2. Authors will be judged by Minnesota pediatricians; winners will receive a prize and their projects will be published in Minnesota Medicine. Pediatrician judges are needed! If you are a pediatrician, please indicate if you are willing to be a judge on your registration form or contact email@example.com
Studies show that nearly half of American physicians experience feelings of emotional exhaustion, cynicism, and decreased job satisfaction. Even if you, personally, aren't experiencing burnout, chances are good it's affecting your colleagues. And it can cause a ripple effect. Studies indicate physicians experiencing burnout have decreased levels of professionalism, poorer quality outcomes, and an increased risk for medical errors. So how can we beat burnout, reclaim joy and purpose in our practice, and improve communication with our patients and families?
Annual dinner agenda
|6:00-6:30 p.m.||Networking Reception and Cash Bar
Dinner and Welcome, Susan Berry, MD, FAAP, MNAAP President
|6:50-7:00 p.m.||AAP National Update
Keynote: Physician Self-Care: Building Resiliency and Mindfulness
2015 Award Recipients
|8:30-8:45 p.m.||Winners of Medical Student/Resident Abstract Competition
|8:45 p.m.||Closing remarks|