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The 29th Annual AAP-CA2 Pediatric Symposium
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Friday Evening Reception 
Saturday All Day Symposium 
The 2018 Advances in Pediatrics will kick-off with a Reception on Friday evening, supported by Abbott Nutrition. Meet the professors and network with Chapter and AAP National leadership.

The Symposium begins on Saturday morning with mindfulness for clinicians, a line-up of eight phenomenal speakers, abstract displays from pediatric residents and medical students, plus exhibits. Please see the brochure and register soon to take advantage of the early Bird rate.  
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AAP-CA2 Town Halls -  Save The Dates!
Best Practices in Developmental Screening - An Inside Look (Town Halls) 

Two Final Events on This Topic:
3/28 and 4/18

An inside look, from the systematic approach of Regional Center clinicians and therapists, to strategies  used by local pediatricians. Funded by First 5 Los Angeles. Join us on the evenings listed below.
March 28 in Torrance -  Town Hall / Dinner 6-8 PM
This event will take place at the Harbor Regional Center in Torrance. Clinical Geneticist Sri Moedjono, MD, FACMG and General Pediatrician Ahoo Sahba, MD , both clinicians at the Harbor Regional Center, will discuss best practices in developmental screening, clinical cases and the referral process. This event will begin at 6:00 PM (Dinner and Lecture). CME Accreditation: 1.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. 

Wednesday, March 28 in TORRANCE at 6 PM 
LOCATION: Harbor Regional Center 
21231 Hawthorne Blvd, Torrance, CA 90503 (Room A4) 
Guest Speakers: Sri Moedjono, MD, FACMG, and Ahoo Sahba, MD.
April 18 in Los Angeles -  Town Hall / Dinner 6:30-8:30 PM
This event will take place in Down Town Los Angeles (DTLA) to encompass the service areas of Lanterman  Regional Center, Eastern Los Angeles Regional Center and South Central Los Angeles Regional Center. Specific location still to be announced. Lanterman Regional Center clinician Leslie Richard, MD, FAAP and special guests (Therapists) will discuss best practices in developmental screening, clinical cases and the referral process. This event will begin at 6:30 PM (Dinner and Lecture). CME Accreditation: 1.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.

Wednesday, April 18 in Los Angeles at 6:30 PM 
Speaker: Leslie Richard, MD, FAAP 
April 10 in Westwood -  Town Hall / Dinner 6:30-9 PM 
Join AAP-CA2 Treasurer Corinn Cross, MD, FAAP as she hosts an evening of professional
Corinn Cross, MD, FAAP
AAP-CA2 Treasurer 
development and networking

Tuesday, April 10 in Westwood at 6:30 PM 
Guest Speaker: Harvey Karp, MD, FAAP 

Calming Reflex - A Strategy to Boost Sleep, Soothe Colic and Prevent Postpartum Depression and SUID. 

Napa Valley Grille in Westwood
1100 Glendon Ave #100, Los Angeles, CA 90024
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April 19 in San Bernardino -  Town Hall / Dinner 6:30-9 PM
Join us for a Town Hall on Early Developmental Screening and Intervention at the First 5 San Bernardino Headquarters. Guest speakers from The Autism Center, Inland Regional Center and AAP-CA2 will discuss clinical aspects of development, plus a discussion of AB 11. This event is open to all health care providers (Physicians, Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Speech Language Pathologists, etc). 

Thursday, April 19 in San Bernardino at 6:30 PM 
Guest Speaker: Edward Curry, MD, FAAP   

: First 5 San Bernardino | 735 E Carnegie Dr #150, San Bernardino, CA 92408
Pediatrician Needed:
Expert Witness case review, reporting and testimony ; Starting out part-time position; Downtown Los Angeles. Inquiries: Contact Michael Weinraub, MD.
Office: (213)335-6512

March/April/May - Grand Rounds Lecture on Suicide
It is Time to Open our Eyes! As pediatricians and health professionals working with children and adolescents, little attention is given in training or ongoing education to the third leading cause of death in 10-14 year olds and second leading cause of death in 15-34 year olds - SUICIDE. This presentation is to raise your awareness and give an overview of the scope of the problem and associated risk factors. An extensive list of resources will be provided for further training, referrals, and to use as resources professionally or personally.
Topic: "It is Time to Open Our Eyes - Suicide Risk with a Focus on the Pediatric and Adolescent Population"
Speaker: Susan Igdaloff, MD, FAAP
3/12 Huntington Hospital; Medical Staff Conference (12PM) 
3/20 LA County USC Pediatric Grand Rounds (9 AM)
3/22 Harbor-UCLA Pediatric Grand Rounds (8:30 AM)
3/27 Valley Presbyterian; Medical Staff Conference (12 PM) 
4/3  Pomona Valley Hospital; Medical Staff Conference (12:30) 
4/10 CHLA - Clinical Services; Non-physician Staff  (12 PM) 
4/23 Citrus Valley Medical Center; Pediatric Department Conference (12P)  
5/2 Riverside Community Hospital (12:30 PM)

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  35th Annual Advances in Care Conference  
April 3 - 7, 2018 in Snowbird, Utah

Advances in Therapeutics and Technology:
Critical Care of Neonates, Children and Adults
Guest speakers include AAP-CA2 San Bernardino Area Representative Mitchell Goldstein, MD, FAAP and AAP President Colleen Kraft, MD, FAAP  

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