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September 30, 2022

Presentations from distinguished experts on important and timely topics in pediatrics.

 

September 2022


 

Head Lice

Dawn Nolt, MD, MPH, FAAP

Dr Nolt, lead author of the clinical report, "Head Lice,” published in the October 2022 issue of Pediatrics provides a brief overview of the updated clinical report in a newly recorded webinar (only 8 minutes). Topics include a review of available medications and the use of a new algorithm to aid with decision-making in the treatment of head lice. View presentation

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Meet the Red Book Committee – Influenza Update

Panelists:
Kristina A. Bryant, MD, FAAP, 
Annika Hofstetter, MD, PhD, MPH, FAAP, Pia Pannaraj, MD, MPH, FAAP, and José R. Romero, MD, FAAP

In this webinar, expert speakers cover current AAP and CDC policy recommendations for the 2022-’23 influenza season. Topics include issues related to the upcoming influenza season such as vaccine hesitancy, disparities in vaccination rates, and strategies to improve catch-up on childhood vaccination rates in practice settings. View presentation

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Improving Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccination Rates

Janet Siddiqui, MD, MBA, FAAP, ABIHM, Pediatrics Office Medical Director, Johns Hopkins Community Physician

Learn how to increase HPV vaccination rates and help adolescents catch up with vaccines they may have missed due to the pandemic. Hear from Dr. Siddiqui, who has successfully implemented various initiatives to improve HPV vaccination rates in her pediatric practice. Watch this brief on-demand webinar to learn about HPV vaccine recommendations, coverage rates, and barriers to vaccination, as well as specific strategies and resources to increase HPV vaccination rates. View Presentation

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This webinar was supported by the Cooperative Agreement Number 5NU38OT000282 funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or the Department of Health and Human Services.

 


 

April 2022


 

Now More Than Ever: Updates to the 2022 Children and Adolescent Immunization Schedule

Henry "Hank" Bernstein, DO, MHCM, FAAP

Dr. Bernstein discusses the Recommended Childhood and Adolescent Immunization Schedule: United States, 2022, including review of the schedule and rationale for the latest updates to it, as well as COVID-19 vaccines in children. View Presentation

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March 2022


 

Planning for the Next Influenza Season: Pre-Booking

Sheri Burnett, RN, Clinical Director, Plateau Pediatrics

In this webinar, Sheri Burnett, RN, Clinical Director at Plateau Pediatrics, provides an overview on what to consider when you are pre-booking influenza vaccines. This short webinar covers tips and strategies on pre-booking, such as reviewing vaccine manufacturer policies, and considering lessons learned from the current influenza season to inform what vaccines to order for the next influenza season. To assist pediatricians in pre-booking vaccines for next season, the AAP has released the influenza vaccine recommendations for the 2022-’23 season. The recommendations remain unchanged from the current season, with no preference for any one product. View presentation

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January 2022


 

Risks of Infectious Diseases in Newborns Exposed to Alternative Perinatal Practices

Dawn Nolt, MD, MPH, FAAP

Dr Nolt, lead author of clinical report, "Risks of Infectious Diseases in Newborns Exposed to Alternative Perinatal Practices,” published in the February 2022 issue of Pediatrics provides a brief overview of the recommendations on a newly recorded webinar (only 7:30 minutes). Topics include risk of infectious diseases associated with emerging alternative peripartum and neonatal practices, information on how to counsel families before birth, and strategies to evaluate and treat neonates who have been exposed to these practices. View presentation

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December 2021


 

Increasing Influenza Vaccination Rates During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Annika Mai Hofstetter, MD, PhD, MPH, FAAP

Dr Hofstetter provides an overview on increasing influenza vaccination rates during the COVID-19 pandemic in this webinar. This short webinar describes current influenza vaccination rates in children, common barriers to influenza vaccination, and strategies to improve timely influenza vaccination. View presentation

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Tuberculosis Testing and Treatment in Children and Adolescents

Dawn Nolt, MD, MPH, FAAP

Dr Nolt, lead author of clinical report, "Tuberculosis Infection in Children and Adolescents – Testing and Treatment” published in the Dec 2021 issue of Pediatrics provides an overview of the recommendations on a newly recorded webinar. Topics include a change in terminology for tuberculosis infection (TBI), strategies for testing children and adolescents with suspected infection, and options for treatment for TBI. View presentation

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May 2021


 

Red Book 2021 Key Updates

David W. Kimberlin, MD

Dr Kimberlin, Red Book Editor, provides an overview of key updates in the 32nd edition of the Red Book in a newly recorded webinar. Topics discussed include updated vaccination recommendations (Meningococcal, Tdap/DTaP, Hep A, Rotavirus), commonly treated conditions in children (eg head lice, molluscum), travel medicine, new figures and tables to help guide the care and management of many infectious diseases (Helicobacter pylori, HIV, Hep B, Measles, TB), and much more including a new systems-based antibiotic table that guides empiric antibiotic selection prior to knowing what the causative pathogen is! View Presentation

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Time stamps

4:22 – Selected changes in the 2021 Red Book
7:50 – Meningococcal MENACWY vaccines
11:41 – Exclusions of children from group care
17:31 – Helicobacter pylori first line therapy
19:51 – Hep A vaccine (Hep A) and travel
21:51 – Hep B virus outcome
25:51 – Approved Hep C drugs
27:31 – Newborn testing and prophylaxis recommendations following perinatal HIV exposure
31:21 – Higher risk perinatal HIV exposure
31:31 – Postexposure measles prophylaxis immunocompetent by age
32:51 – Postexposure measles prophylaxis by special conditions
33:02 – DTaP and Tdap vaccines
35:49 – Treatment options for molluscum
36:43 – Administration of rotavirus vaccine in NICU settings
38:22 – Pediculicides for treatment in head lice
39:23 – Tuberculosis
44:14 – Systems-based antibiotic table

 


 

March 2021


 

Hit Me With Your Best Shot: Updates to the 2021 Children and Adolescent Immunization Schedule

Henry (Hank) Bernstein, DO, MHCM, FAAP

In this webinar, Dr. Bernstein discusses the Recommended Childhood and Adolescent Immunization Schedule: United States, 2021, including the rationale for the latest updates and the process for approval of COVID19 vaccine in children. View Presentation

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