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Holy Family Hospital 2017 Summit

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    Welcome to the Holy Family Hospital 2017 Pediatric Health Care Summit. These online presentations are offered free of charge and designed to inform pediatric primary care providers of the changing trends in the management of common health concerns among children.


    Back Pain in Children
    Feeding Challenges for Toddlers
    Common Dermatologic Conditions
    Zika Virus Update

    COST: None



    Sherrill Davis, MD

    Sherrill Davis, MD - Course Director

    Director of Medical Education, Holy Family Hospital

    Michael Glotzbecker, MD

    Michael Glotzbecker, MD

    Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School
    Boston Children’s Hospital

    Akhila Sravish, Ph.D.

    Akhila Sravish, Ph.D.

    Postdoctoral Psychology Fellow in the Growth and Nutrition Program
    Developmental Medicine Center, Boston Children’s Hospital

    Sophie Delano, MD

    Sophie Delano, MD

    Dermatology Attending, Boston Children’s Hospital

    Ganeshwaran H. Mochida, M.D., M.M.Sc.

    Ganeshwaran H. Mochida, M.D., M.M.Sc.

    Staff Physician and Principal Investigator
    Division of Genetics and Genomics, The Manton Center for Orphan Disease Research
    Boston Children’s Hospital
    Assistant Professor of Pediatrics Harvard Medical School


    Upon completion, you will be able to:

  • understand the differential diagnosis for back pain, including age-based differences and the most common diagnoses
  • understand the basic history and physical exam findings most important in the evaluation of back pain
  • determine family stressors and provide appropriate resources to assist the whole family unit
  • review age appropriate nutritional recommendations for children ages 1-5 years old
  • improve knowledge of Blenderized enteral feeding diets and determine who may be a candidate
  • identify differential diagnosis of common eczematous conditions
  • review management of eczematous dermatitis
  • discuss when to refer for eczematous dermatitis
  • recognize clinical and radiological features of congenital Zika virus infection
  • outline management strategies for congenital Zika virus infection
  • summarize biological basis of congenital Zika virus infection

    Pediatricians, pediatric nurse practitioners, nurses, physician assistants and other members of the health care team.


    This course is self-paced, using text and video with pre and posttest assessments. Speakers or headphones are required for audio, but video content can also be accessed without audio via downloadable transcripts.


  • Released: 2017
  • Reviewed: 2017
  • Expires: 2020

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    Dr. Glotzbecker has no relevant disclosures to report
    Dr. Sravish has no relevant disclosures to report
    Dr. Delano has disclosed that she receives an honorarium as Section Editor for
    Dr. Malley has no relevant disclosures to report


    Dan Schwartz has disclosed that he has no disclosures to report.


    Lesley Niccolini has disclosed that she has no disclosures to report.


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    1. Course Number

    2. Classes Start

      Jun 14, 2017
    3. Classes End

      May 30, 2020