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Learn how pediatric experts are addressing tough challenges in the clinic and hospital setting. Identify tools, resources, and community partners to enhance screening, patient/family education, and referrals.

Please feel free to view videos and webinars in the tabbed section found below.

School-Based Health (10/22/18)

Mental Health Screening (10/11/18)

 

Building Trust in the Somali Community (8/27/18)

Food Insecurity (6/4/18)

Pediatric Addiction (4/27/18)

Toxic Stress and Early Behavioral Health

3/8/18)

Clinical Care for Complicated ADHD

(2/8/18)

Optimizing Care for LGBTQ Youth

(10/19/17)

Bridge to Benefits:
(9/13/17)

Working Effectively with the CPS System
(8/17/17)

Using Twitter as an Effective Advocacy Tool
(6/19/17)

Sexual Abuse in Children
(6/15/17)

Pediatric Depression:
(6/8/17)

Comprehensive Evaluation of Children in Foster Care
(5/30/17)

ADHD and School Performance Issues for Pediatric Clinicians
(4/27/18)

Inflicted Abdominal Trauma in Children
(4/10/17)

Case-Based Abusive Head Trauma
(2/16/17)

Advancing CARE: Child Abuse Recognition & Evaluation
(10/11/16)

Working Effectively with Counties and the CPS System

(8/17/17)
Mark Hudson, MD, child abuse specialist, Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota

Objectives:
Understand county protocols for intake, screened-in reports, and screened-out reports
Identify opportunities for pediatric providers to work with counties to strengthen the child protection system
Learn about new and impending changes to the child protection system

Sexual Abuse in Children

(6/15/17)
Mark Hudson, MD, child abuse specialist, Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota

Objectives:
Review common presentations of child sexual abuse.
Review the genital exam, genital anatomy and genital exam findings indicative of sexual abuse.
Understand the medical management of children suspected to be victims of sexual abuse.
Review common chief complaints related to sexual abuse.

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Inflicted Abdominal Trauma in Children

(4/2017)
Alice Swenson, MD, Staff Physician, Midwest Children’s Resource Center, Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota

Objectives:
Be familiar with common presentations of inflicted abdominal trauma in children
Differentiate inflicted from accidental abdominal trauma and other medical mimics
Be familiar with the radiographic and laboratory testing used in the diagnosis of inflicted abdominal trauma

Case-Based Abusive Head Trauma

(2/16/17)
Caroline George, MD, child abuse specialist at the Otto Bremmer Trust Center for Safe and Healthy Children, University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital

Objectives:
Recognize the anatomic structures that are commonly affected in pediatric abusive head trauma
Identify elements of contact and non-contact injuries and how these relate to the mechanism of injury.
Recognize the limitations of identifying abusive head trauma in the clinical setting
Identify elements of an age-appropriate evaluation for abusive head trauma

Advancing CARE: Child Abuse Recognition & Evaluation

(10/11/16)
Nancy Harper, MD, Director, Center for Safe and Healthy Children, Child Abuse Pediatrics, University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital

Objectives:
Discuss the range of symptoms and presentations of child abuse in infants and children using case scenarios and the literature
Identify the mechanisms of injury causation in serious physical abuse
Identify scenarios in which serious injury from abuse may be “missed”
Discuss the recommended medical and forensic evaluation for physical abuse cases

Handouts:
Assessment for Physical Abuse | Medical Evaluation for Physical Abuse

Parent education videos for Somali Americans

Developed by Mayo Clinic with funds from AAP

Autism:

Vaccines:

 

HPV Provider and Patient Conversations

Working with Vaccine Hesitant Patients

What is the CASE Method?

Simulation-Based Education: An Introduction

Applying the CASE Approach in the Clinic Setting

Pediatric Addiction Questions/Answers and Pediatric Opioid Issues

(4/27/18)
Lucien Gonzalez, MD, MS, FAAP from the University of Minnesota

Toxic Stress and Early Behavioral Health

(3/8/18)
Maria Kroupina, PhD and Cindy Howard, MD, MPH, FAAP, University of Minnesota

Clinical Care for Complicated ADHD

(2/8/18)
Rachel Lynch, MD, FAAP, Mayo Clinic

Child and Teen Checkups: behavioral health or Depression Screening

(12/14/17)
Katy Schalla Lesiak, C&TC Child Health Consultant View Slides

Pediatric Depression: Identifying Risk and When to Medicate

(6/8/17)
Tim Smith, MD, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Essentia Health – International Falls Clinic

Comprehensive Evaluation of Children in Foster Care

(5/30/17)
Amelia Burgess, MD, MPH

ADHD and School Performance Issues by Christina Houck

(4/27/17)

Parent Resources for Children, Teens and Families on behavioral health Topics by Bailey Lindren, PACER Center

(3/9/17)

Pediatric Anxiety by Elizabeth Reeve, MD

(3/1/17)

Teen/Young Adult Suicide Trends and Prevention Resources by Amy Lopez, MDH

(2/9/17)

EMERALD: A Pilot Collaborative Program in Primary Care for Teens with Depression

Mark Williams, MD, Mayo Clinic

Moving from ANXIETY to Optimal WELLNESS: Clinical Pearls for the Pediatric Provider

L. Read Sulik, MD, FAAP, DFAACAP – PrairieCare/PrairieCare Institute

Improve Early Identification of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

The CDC Autism Case Training is an AAP-endorsed curriculum that provides real-life scenarios to improve early identification of children with autism spectrum disorders. The training modules help with identification, diagnosis, and management of patients with autism spectrum disorders.

Co-Occurring Psychiatric Illness and Substance Use in Youth

June, 2016

School-Based Health (10/22/18)

 

 

 

Building Trust in the Somali Community

(8/27/18)
Katherine Cairns and Drs. Aden Roble and Nusheen Ameenuddin

Food Insecurity Referrals: What to do with Positive Screens

(6/4/18)
Dr. Lisa Cinar with North Memorial Clinic; Dr. Melanie Lind-Ayers with Park Nicollet Clinic; Amy Harris-Overby with Hennepin Healthcare; Stephanie Hogenson with Bridge to Benefits and Nicole Bailey with Hunger Solutions.

Defying Stigmas and Statistics: Practical Strategies for Optimizing Care for LGBTQ Youth

(10/19/17)
Angela Goepferd, MD, pediatrician and director of medical education, Children’s, Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota

Describe the difference between gender role, gender identity, sexual orientation and sexual identity as it relates to youth.

Recognize some key risk factors associated with LGBT youth and ways that LGBT youth are targeted.

Identify strategies for working with LGBT youth in a primary care setting.

Bridge to Benefits: A Tool for Clinics to Refer Low-Income Families to Local Resource

(9/13/17)

Elaine Cunningham, Covering Kids Director, Children’s Defense Fund

Understand the prevalence and significance of child poverty and health disparities in Minnesota. Learn how Bridge to Benefits serves as a single screening tool for a number of public programs, including health care, food, energy and child care assistance. And identify ways to refer to or partner with Bridge to Benefits to improve the economic stability, and ultimately the health, of low-income families in your practice.

Using Twitter as an Effective Advocacy Tool

(6/19/17)

Helen Holstein; Nusheen Ameenuddin, MD, MPH, FAAP; Andrea Westby, MD

More and more physicians are turning to social media as a way to monitor healthcare developments, share key points and messages, and educate those in power about how their decisions will impact patients.

This webinar is designed for busy providers who wish they could do more to advocate for patients, but only have a few minutes each week. Learn best practices for using Twitter as an effective advocacy tool and hear directly from physicians who say they benefit from using it on a regular basis.

MNAAP has partnered with MDH and MDHS on a series of webinars designed to assist providers with health care home certification.

Session 1: Quality Improvement Background and Tools

6/6/11
Care Coordination and Health Care Reform: Primary Care Coordination (PCC) to Health Care Home (HCC)

Session 2: Clinical Successes

6/6/11
Care Coordination and Health Care Reform: Primary Care Coordination (PCC) to Health Care Home (HCC)

Session 3: Care Coordination Team Successes

Go to 32-minute mark to hear presentation specifically on the use of a community health worker in a medical home that is working with African American families in one Minneapolis neighborhood; Panel presentation sponsored on use of community health workers with over 60 healthcare providers in attendance at this CME event.

Session 4: Evolution of PCC to HCH: Care Coordination’s Role in Health Reform

Newborn Bloodspots Save Lives One Spot at a Time

One Foot at a Time – Newborn screening video for parents

2010-2012

Childhood Obesity in Minnesota

Sarah Jane Schwarzenberg, MD, co-chair of the task force and director of the pediatric weight management program at the University of Minnesota
Watch webinar

Hypertension

Carl Cramer, MD, pediatrician nephrologist at Mayo Clinic
Watch webinar

Cholesterol Screening/Management

Christine Hills, MD, pediatric cardiologist at Children’s Heart Clinic
Watch webinar

Motivational Interviewing Techniques

Nimi Singh, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, and Director of the Adolescent Medicine Fellowship, University of Minnesota
Watch webinar

2012-2013

Childhood Obesity: What to do After 5210 — Next Steps

By Jonathan Fanburg, MD, MPH
Slides (Power Point) | Audio (MP3)

Insulin Resistance and Type 2 Diabetes in Children

By Brandon Nathan, MD, FAAP
Slides (Power Point) | Audio (MP3)

Sleep and Obesity: A Co-Dependent Relationship?

By Keith Cavanaugh, MD, FAAP, FCCP
|Audio (MP3)

2014

Undernourished and Overweight: The Link Between Food Insecurity and Obesity

Diana Cutts, MD, HCMC
Slides

2015

Pediatric Obesity Services: What’s Covered?

Diana Cutts, MD, HCMC
Watch webinar (audio/visual) | Listen to podcast (audio) |Download slides (visual)

Why Measures of Pediatric Quality?

Jeff Schiff, MD, FAAP, MBA and Anne Edwards, MD, FAAP
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Pediatric Preventive Care: Adolescent behavioral health and/or Depression Screening

Glenace Edwall, PhD, PsyD, SP, MPP
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Handout: Adolescent behavioral health and/or Depression Screening Measure Specifications – Jan 2013

Adverse Childhood Experiences in Minnesota: Findings and Recommendations Based on the 2011 Minnesota Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System

Glenace Edwall, PhD, PsyD, SP, MPP
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Difficulties with Transitions

Marilyn Peitso, MD, FAAP
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