Saturday, November 9, 2019, 8:00am – 5:30pm
University of Miami, The Braman Miller Center for Jewish Student Life
1100 Stanford Drive, Coral Gables, FL 33146
As pediatricians in South Florida continue to care for the children with confirmed cases of Congenital Zika Syndrome and those who were exposed to the Zika virus in utero, additional education is needed regarding the known effects of the Zika virus on infants and children as well as the recommended screenings to be performed as the child develops.
To effectively expand upon the work completed through this project over the past couple years, FCAAP will host a FREE one‐day accredited educational conference for pediatric healthcare providers. Sessions will be led by South Florida area experts with experience caring for Zika exposed and infected children. Topics will include:
How to Screen for Zika‐Related Ophthalmological Defects –
How to Screen for Zika‐Related Audiological Defects – Dr. Robert Fifer
How to Screen for Zika‐Related Neurodevelopmental Defects – Dr. Alysa Pensirikul
Local Radiological Research Findings Related to Zika‐Infected Children – Dr. Gaurav Saigal
Local Nephrological Research Findings Related to Zika‐Infected Children – Dr. Chryso Katsoufis
Local Cardiological Research Findings Related to Zika‐Infected Children – Dr. Juanita Hunter
End Organ Damage Correlation to Zika Exposure – Dr. Ivan Gonzalez
Registration will open in late September 2019. If you would like to be included on the distribution list to receive an email when registration opens, please contact Cheval Breggins at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Future of Pediatric Practice 2020
September 4-6, 2020, Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club Resorts, Orlando, FL
Save the dates! Registration will open by February 1, 2020!
Partner with FCAAP for The Future of Pediatric Practice 2020 to have direct access to pediatricians, specialists, allied health care practitioners, and office administrators. Partners will also have unique access to interact with the family members and guests of attendees on Friday during the competitive Brain Bowl before they adjourn to the Family Reception for food, dancing, and photo opportunities with Disney characters. During the conference, partners will have the opportunity to sit in on educational sessions, interact with attendees, and enjoy Disney’s beautiful Yacht & Beach Club Resorts! With over 500 attendees (excluding family members and guests) and an Exhibit Hall to maximize the exposure of every booth, you cannot afford to miss next year’s conference! Back by popular demand, Partners will be able to select their booth location! Booth assignments will be made on a first-registered, first-to-choose basis – so register early! The Partner Prospectus will be available by February 1, 2020. Contact Alicia Adams at email@example.com to be added to the distribution list to be among the first to receive the Prospectus.
Abstract Submission for the FCAAP 2020 RESIDENT FORUM
In its fifth year, the Pediatric Resident Forum highlights the work being done by Florida’s pediatric residents and provides education for residents on topics requested by residents! The Resident Forum is an exciting opportunity for residents pursuing a career in pediatrics to share their research and projects with peers from across the state.
Selected abstracts will be presented during the Forum in poster format. Abstracts may be on Original Research (including community advocacy), Quality Improvement Projects, or unique Case Reports. Information on abstract submissions will be available in early 2020.
2020 Pediatric Medical Student Research Forum
The 2020 Pediatric Research Forum for Medical Students will once again provide an exciting opportunity for medical students interested in pediatric research to share their research with peers from across the United States. Information on abstract submissions will be available in the Spring of 2020.