Pre-Courses & Affiliate Events

Sharpen your skills with these interactive workshops devoted to in-depth learning.

Wednesday, July 27 | 8:00 a.m. – Noon

Caring for Your Professional Well-Being in the Pandemic

Course Description

The last two years with the pandemic have weighed heavily on the healthcare providers; this pre-course will help to bring well-being back to providers who attend, to be equipped with tools that can help prevent burnout and compassion fatigue as well as bring work-life integration. Clinician burnout is a problem in medicine with far-reaching consequences, leading to an increased awareness of the importance of provider wellness on both the personal and institutional level. Although some hospitals have developed formal wellness programs, there remain many pediatric hospitalists without access to such resources. In this dynamic and active program, we will provide attendees with the means to both assess and enhance their professional well-being. Leaders in provider wellness will share their experience, and interactive modalities including yoga, meditation, reflective journaling.

Speakers

Margaret Mou
Helene Morgan
Anu Gorukanti
Riva Kamat

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Wednesday, July 27 | 1:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Thursday, July 28 | 8:00 a.m. – 12:45 p.m.

ADVANCE-ing Modern Leaders in Hospital Medicine

Course Description

The ADVANCE PHM 2022 Gender Equity Symposium, ADVANCE-ing modern leaders in Hospital Medicine, will focus on developing a change agents and leaders for equity in medicine. While the various disparities that exist in medicine are well known; changing culture, systems, and policies to alleviate these inequities has been slow. Clinicians in hospital medicine are uniquely positioned to become agents for change that lead efforts to promote equity. During this highly interactive and informative symposium, attendees will advance their knowledge and skills around identifying inequities in medicine, becoming influential leader, stimulating change, navigating through challenges, and building their professional network to assist with their efforts as a change agent. The agenda will include inspiration, high yield content, quick hit, and panel sessions, as well as opportunities to come together as small groups in learning communities. While the content will be focused on mid to later career individuals in hospital medicine, all in the hospital medicine community are welcome to attend.

Course Directors

Jennifer O’Toole, MD, Med
Carley Grogan
Neha Shah, MD, MPH
Vineeta Mittal, MD, MBA

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Wednesday, July 27 | 1:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. &
Thursday, July 28 | 7:00 a.m. – Noon

Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship Directors Council
10th Annual Meeting

Course Description

This is the tenth annual meeting of the PHM Fellowship Directors Council. Meeting invitees are fellowship directors, associate directors, and representatives of programs in development. The Council aims to grow high-quality PHM training programs nationally, by establishing best practices and preparing fellowships to achieve and maintain accreditation. The annual meeting includes faculty development sessions as well as working meeting time for the Council’s Assessment, Curriculum, Faculty Development, Recruitment and Marketing, and Research Subcommittees.

Chair, PHM Fellowship
Directors Council

Jacqueline Walker

For registration information please contact Jacqueline Walker at jmwalker@cmh.edu.

Wednesday, July 27 | 8:00 a.m. – Noon

Society for Pediatric Sedation Provider Course®

Course Description

This course is designed for healthcare personnel (physicians, nurses, advanced practice providers and dentists) who provide procedural sedation for children outside the operating room. The course focuses on patient selection and risk assessment, general approach to procedural sedation, sedation monitoring, sedative drug pharmacology and the recognition and management of the most common sedation-related adverse events.

Course Directors

Corrie Chumpitazi, MD
Anna Lin, MD

Course information
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Thursday, July 28 | 7:00 – 11:45 a.m.

Newborn Medicine: Neonatal Simulation and Procedural
Skills

Course Description

Newborn care and delivery room management are part of the Pediatric Hospital Medicine Core Competencies. Increasingly, the role of delivery attendance and newborn resuscitation is being allocated to pediatric hospitalists instead of neonatologists. Pediatric hospitalists must be prepared to be the first responder for any type of delivery or newborn nursery emergency that may occur at their site. In this course, participants will help lead a simulated resuscitation, perform hands-on procedural skills including airway management and UVC placement, and review “Golden Hour” practices for managing the delivery of a preterm infant. The AAP Section on Hospital Medicine’s Newborn Medicine Skills Course is sponsored by Reckitt/Mead Johnson Nutrition.

Faculty and Planning Committee

Krista Birnie, MD
Rakhi Gupta Basuray, MD
Arun Gupta, MD
Lana Ismail, MD
Allison Markowsky, MD, MSHS

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Thursday, July 28 | 8:00 a.m. – Noon

Section on Hospital Medicine Pre-Conference for Advanced
Practice Providers

Course Description

This pre-course is for Advanced Practice Providers and will provide an opportunity to meet APP specific learning needs and to network together with other APPs that work in a similar function.

Course Directors

Leah Rawdon
Traci Hail
Heather Darrell
Jodi Lohrey
Rebecca Carlson
Diane Kocovsky

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Thursday, July 28 | 8:00 a.m. – Noon

Federal Grant Review-A PRIS Network Mock Study Section

Course Description

Early career and mid-career awardees are rapidly increasing within the PHM field. As more hospitalists are submitting grants it is important for them to understand the current review process. The most effective grants are the ones in which investigators can preemptively address concerns study section members may have. Therefore, knowledge regarding the process of NIH/AHRQ review process from beginning to end is incredibly helpful when writing. The objective of this workshop is to acquaint participants with the grant review process as conducted by study sections.

Course Director

Lilliam Ambroggio

Faculty

Joanna Thomson
Derek Williams
Karen Wilson
Samir Shah
Chris Russell
Chris Landrigan

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Thursday, July 28 | 5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.

PHM Fellowship Prospective Applicant Session

Course Description

Enrolling in a Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship allows you the opportunity to hone your clinical skills, enhance your teaching skills, and gain knowledge in research, education, quality improvement, and advocacy, while preparing you to become a future pediatric hospitalist leader. This session is an opportunity for prospective PHM fellowship applicants to network and meet fellowship programs and program directors.

Session Organizer

Nancy Liao

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Friday, July 29 | 6:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m.

AAP SOHM Subcommittee on Community Hospitalists Jeff Brown Pre-Conference Session: Making It Work in Community Hospital Medicine

Course Description

Bring your ideas to our pre-conference workshop. You will network with our working group leaders, meet new and old friends in person, and make connections to collaborate on future talks, QI projects and more. We are stronger together as a community working together. The pre-conference will be followed by a fun night out with more opportunities to network.

Course Directors

Kayce Morton
Magna Dias

Work Group Leaders

Greg Welsh
Deana Miller
Corrie McDaniel
Ann Allen
Vivien Kon-Ea Sun
Sara Sxkola
Clayton Saunders
Jack Percelay
Megan Faughnan

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