Programme

 

Le programme définitif peut maintenant être consulté!

Le programme définitif du 93e congrès annuel de la SCP peut être consulté dans un format imprimable. Toutes les présentations sont données en anglais, à moins d’une indication à l’effet contraire.

 

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LE MERCREDI 22 JUIN

7 h 30 à 16 h
PROGRAMME DES SECTIONS DE LA SCP

SP1 What’s new in developmental paediatrics?

Organisé par la section de la pédiatrie du développement de la SCP

Codes de sujet : Soins intensif, Pédiatrie du développement

CanMEDS : Expert médical

Prominent clinician-researchers present new concepts in the field of developmental paediatrics, focusing on autism spectrum disorder, epileptic and non-epileptic events, and the diagnosis and treatment of developmental coordination disorder. Case-based discussions and practical tools are used to develop clinical frameworks. The ever-popular “Hot topics in developmental paediatrics”, with Dr. Nancy Lanphear, is a highlight. Workshops are offered in the afternoon. 

Conférenciers : Nancy Lanphear, MD, Elizabeth Mickelson, MD, Ellen Wood, MD, Lonnie Zwaigenbaum, MD, et Jill Zwicker, PhD

 

SP2 “Wiser choices for inpatient paediatric infectious diseases” and “What’s new in hospital paediatrics for 2016?”

Organisé par la section de la pédiatrie hospitalière de la SCP

Codes de sujet : Pédiatrie hospitalière, Infectiologie

CanMEDS : Expert médical

The morning program focuses on effective and efficient diagnostic and therapeutic decisions for hospitalized children with infectious diseases. Topics include: (1) community-acquired pneumonia (CAP); (2) diagnostic testing for respiratory infections; (3) oral vs. prolonged parenteral therapies for osteomyelitis, infantile UTI and complicated pneumonia; and (4) empiric acyclovir for suspected CNS infections. The afternoon session summarizes innovations and new research that impact care of the hospitalized child.

Conférenciers : Isabelle Chevalier, MD, Jeremy Friedman, MD, Joanna Holland, MD, Valérie Lamarre, MD, Tim Mailman, MD, et Joan Robinson, MD

 

SP3 Controversies and innovations in neonatal surgery

Organisé par la section de la médecine néonatale et périnatale de la SCP

Codes de sujet : Néonatologie et périnatalogie,Pédiatrie générale

CanMEDS : Expert médical

Original science abstract presentations are followed in the morning by presentations on the pathophysiology and management of common but controversial neonatal surgical conditions (e.g., intraventricular hemorrhage [IVH]/post-hemorrhagic hydrocephalus [PHHC] and necrotizing enterocolitis [NEC]), with focus on newer diagnostic tools and evidence-based management. Afternoon presentations feature new developments in anesthesia and pain control for the neonate, and the role if extra-corporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) in the NICU in the year 2016.

Conférenciers : Allan de Caen, MD, Sandrine De Ribaupierre, MD, Thierry Lacaze, MD, Ellen McCann, MD, et Agostino Pierro, MD

 

SP4 Hot topics in paediatric emergency medicine

Organisé par la section de la médecine d’urgence en pédiatrie de la SCP

Codes de sujet : Médecine d’urgence, Prévention et conseils préventifs

CanMEDS : Expert médical

The goal of this program is to provide paediatricians and child health professionals with a comprehensive review of key paediatric emergency topics relevant to various settings. Topics include telephone referrals, fever in the young child, emergencies on or near the beach, interesting radiology cases, a review of sedation and pain management principles, an update on recent paediatric resuscitation guidelines, and a review of how to manage paediatric psychosis and the agitated patient.

Conférenciers : Dominic Allain, MD, Farhan Bhanji, MD, Kevin Chan, MD, Laurel Chauvin-Kimoff, MD, Shannon MacPhee, MD, Heather Rose, MD, Aaron Sibley, MD, et Laura Weingarten, MD

 

10 h à 10 h 30
PAUSE-SANTÉ

 

11 h 30 à 12 h 30
DÎNER

Les possibilités de repas ont changé pour 2016. Le dîner qui a lieu au salon des exposants (le jeudi) est inclus dans votre inscription au congrès. Le mercredi et le vendredi, vous pourrez acheter des aliments aux stands qui seront installés de 11 h 30 à 12 h 30 au Palais des congrès de l’Île-du-Prince-Édouard.

 

13 h 45 à 14 h 45
SÉMINAIRES

1A Alphabet soup: Making sense of common endocrine tests in paediatrics

Codes de sujet : Endocrinologie et métabolisme, Pédiatrie générale

CanMEDS : Expert médical

General paediatricians are often the first to see children with possible endocrine disorders, such as thyroid disease, poor growth or delayed puberty. They may choose to draw various hormone levels as part of the work-up, but interpretation may not be as clear-cut as comparison with normal ranges provided by the lab. This seminar aims to clarify some typical challenges to interpreting common endocrine tests.

Conférencières : Elizabeth Cummings, MD

 

1B Depression and anxiety disorders: Focus on diagnosis

Codes de sujet : Santé mentale, Pédiatrie générale

CanMEDS : Expert médical

This seminar reviews diagnostic changes in the DSM-5 pertaining to depression and anxiety disorders, with focus on their relevance for paediatricians and child and youth care professionals. Case-based presentations are the starting point for interactive discussions around formulation, diagnostic considerations and key differential diagnoses.

Conférencières : Daphne Korczak, MD, et Suneeta Monga, MD

 

1C 'Tip-toe through the tulips': Identifying early signs of neurological and neuromuscular disease in the toe-walking child

Codes de sujet : Neurologie, Soins complexes

CanMEDS : Expert médical

This seminar reviews important clinical signs and symptoms that differentiate behavioural toe-walking, idiopathic toe-walking, and toe-walking associated with an underlying neurological or neuromuscular disorder. Indications for laboratory tests, imaging and subspecialty referrals to optimize patient care and management are also reviewed.

Conférenciers : Anna McCormick, MD, et Hugh McMillan, MD

 

13 h 45 à 16 h
PROGRAMME DES SECTIONS DE LA SCP (suite des séances du matin)
  • SP1 What’s new in developmental paediatrics?
  • SP2 “Wiser choices for inpatient paediatric infectious diseases” and “What’s new in hospital paediatrics for 2016?”
  • SP3 Controversies and innovations in neonatal surgery
  • SP4 Hot topics in paediatric emergency medicine

 

15 h à 16 h
SÉMINAIRES

1D The use and misuse of tobacco among Indigenous children and youth in Canada

Codes de sujet : Défense d’intérêts, Santé de l’adolescence

CanMEDS : Expert médical

Tobacco is sacred in many Indigenous cultures, yet the recreational use of commercial tobacco is highly addictive and harmful. Smoking rates among Indigenous youth and families have reached alarming levels in Canada, putting health, quality of life and life expectancy—for individuals and communities—in danger. Paediatric health care providers must be more aware of this crisis and make optimal use of their unique position to collaborate with communities in preventing and treating tobacco misuse.

Conférencier : Radha Jetty, MD

 

1E What’s up with celiac disease and gluten sensitivity?

Codes de sujet : Gastroentérologie, Nutrition

CanMEDS : Expert médical

Confused about which test to order for celiac? Can you diagnose celiac disease without biopsy? What is gluten sensitivity and why are the FODMAP and gluten-free diets so popular? This seminar addresses the latest evidence on the diagnosis and management of celiac disease, non-celiac gluten sensitivity, and intolerance to easily fermentable carbohydrates. Participants are ‘offered’ different foods or food labels to help identify whether gluten is present.

Conférenciers : Herbert Brill, MD, et Diana Mager, Ph.D.

 

1F The role of exercise as medicine in a clinical setting

Codes de sujet : Vie saine et active, Sport 

CanMEDS : Expert médical

Regular exercise is an essential component of healthy growth and development. This seminar focuses on the role of exercise as medicine, with special attention to exercise testing and physical activity counselling. We will discuss research supporting the role of exercise as medicine and describe practical approaches from a unique exercise medicine clinic, treating children with chronic medical conditions.

Conférenciers : Burke Baird, MD, et Brian Timmons, Ph.D.

 

16 h à 16 h 30
PAUSE-SANTÉ

 

16 h 30 à 18 h 30
CÉRÉMONIES D'OUVERTURE (y compris la présentation du prix Alan Ross 2016)

The Reason You Walk

Codes de sujet : Défense d’intérêts,  Pédiatrie générale 

CanMEDS : Expert médical, Promoteur de la santé

Wab Kinew est une personne au talent remarquable, que l’agence de presse Postmedia News considère comme l’une des neuf « grandes figures autochtones qui provoquent et dérangent ». Vice-président associé aux relations autochtones à l’université de Winnipeg, il est correspondant d’Al Jazeera America. Fils de Tobasonakwut Kinew, également connu sous le nom de Peter Kelly, un célèbre érudit anishinaabe qui a défendu les droits civils et les droits linguistiques, il a été élevé au sein de la Première nation onigaming dans le nord-ouest de l’Ontario et le sud de Winnipeg. Arraché de son domicile à l’âge de cinq ans, monsieur Kinew père a survécu aux pensionnats autochtones. Dans ses récentes mémoires, The Reason You Walk, Wab Kinew livre l’histoire intime de la réconciliation d’un fils avec son père et de la réconciliation d’un père avec son pays. Empreinte d’espoir, de guérison et de pardon, cette histoire poignante d’un homme imposant, mais écorché, et de son fil relate leur parcours commun pour rétablir les liens familiaux et culturels. Dans un ton tantôt léger et tantôt sérieux, monsieur Kinew donne une vision inspirante de la réconciliation familiale et interculturelle et ouvre un discours plus vaste sur l’avenir des peuples autochtones.

Cette allocution aura lieu au Centre des arts de la Confédération, un lieu privilégié pour présenter les talents canadiens et célébrer le multiculturalisme. Profitez du spectacle, laissez-vous imprégner de l’accueil chaleureux des Maritimes et rencontrez le titulaire du prix Alan Ross qui salue l’excellence d’une vie dans les domaines de la recherche, de l’enseignement, des soins et de la défense d’intérêts en pédiatrie.

Prix commandité par une bourse sans restriction d’Abbott Nutrition.

 

18 h 30 à 20 h
RÉCEPTION DE BIENVENUE

Avant de sortir pour la soirée, prenez un verre et savourez quelques hors-d’œuvre avec vos amis et vos collègues sur la terrasse Harbourview du palais des congrès de l’Île-du-Prince-Édouard. Cette rencontre amicale souligne le lancement du 93e congrès annuel de la SCP. 

LE JEUDI 23 JUIN

7 h 30 à 15 h
SALON DES EXPOSANTS ET SÉANCES D'AFFICHES (déjeuner de 7 h 30 à 8 h 30)

Prenez le temps de faire le tour des exposants pour découvrir les produits et publications les plus récents en pédiatrie. Visitez chaque stand et jouez au jeu des exposants pour courir la chance de remporter de magnifiques prix!

Les affiches générales, de cas cliniques et de défense d’intérêts des résidents seront exposées toute la journée. Conformément à la section 2 du programme de maintien du certificat du CRMCC, ce visionnement donne 0,5 crédit par affiche.

 

 

8 h 30 à 9 h 30 
SÉRIE DE CONFÉRENCES SUR LA SANTÉ DES ENFANTS ET DES ADOLESCENTS

Allergy testing: The dark side of 'new age' health care

Codes de sujet : Allergie et immunologie, Pédiatrie générale

CanMEDS : Expert médical

Learn about tests commonly used in clinical allergy and review the limitations and abuses of conventional allergy tests. Some familiar 'quack' allergy diagnostics procedures and treatments are revisited, and we also consider how best to develop a framework for effective discussion with patients.

Conférencier : Gregory Rex, MD

 

9 h 30 à 10 h
PAUSE-SANTÉ (conjointement avec le salon des exposants et la séance d’affiches 1)

Les présentateurs de la séance d’affiches 1 seront sur place pour parler de leurs travaux avec vous. 

 

10 h à 11 h
SÉMINAIRES

2A Common phone or curbside consults with the ID doc

Codes de sujet : Infectiologie, Pédiatrie générale

CanMEDS : Expert médical

This seminar focuses on common issues for the infectious diseases physician, such as: dealing with lice, finding negative hepatitis B titres in an adolescent headed off to university, what to do about a baby exposed to chickenpox in a sibling or to zoster in a breastfeeding mother, whether to try eradicate MRSA in a family with boils, and how to prophylax for neonatal ophthalmia. Answers to these questions are based on current science and guidelines.

Conférencières : Joan Robinson, MD, et Marina Salvadori, MD

 

2B Optimizing care for neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS)

Codes de sujet : Néonatologie et périnatalogie, Pédiatrie générale

CanMEDS : Expert médical

The dramatic increase in the incidence of NAS has placed a major strain on maternal-newborn services as well as on families separated from their infants. Paediatricians and other health care professionals caring for these infants need to be aware of potential health problems and management plans that emphasize the mother-infant dyad and optimize outcomes for both patients and family.

Conférenciers : Vibhuti Shah, MD, et Paul Thiessen, MD

 

2C Drool school: Sialorrhea in neurologically impaired children

Codes de sujet : Pédiatrie hospitalière, Otorhinolaryngologie

CanMEDS : Expert médical

Saliva control issues are common in children who are neurologically challenged. Using interactive teaching techniques and principles from adult learning theory, this seminar explores the etiology, risk factors and complications, both overt and occult, of sialorrhea. Through clinical scenarios, the different complications encountered (e.g., skin breakdown, infections, aspiration pneumonia), are discussed. Evidence-based treatment options, including both medical and surgical modalities, are reviewed.

Conférencières : Marie-Joëlle Doré-Bergeron, MD, et Ramsay MacNay, MD

 

2D Complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) use in the management of autism spectrum disorders (ASD): The good, the bad, and the ugly!  

Codes de sujet : Soins complexes, Pédiatrie générale

CanMEDS : Expert médical

With over one-third of families integrating CAM into the management of ASD, clinicians need to know how to help guide them and to advocate for young patients. Nutritional supplements, casein- or gluten-free diets, hyperbaric oxygen, craniosacral massage, acupuncture, stem cell transplants, chelation and antifungals are readily available to families. This evidence-informed session provides clinicians with practical skills to help families make informed decisions and allow for open and honest dialogue to occur around CAM therapies.

Conférencières : Hsing Jou, MD, et Lyn Sonnenberg, MD

 

2E SOS dermatology: A guide to cutaneous signs of systemic disease   

Codes de sujet : Dermatologie, Pédiatrie générale

CanMEDS : Expert médical

Occasionally, serious diseases present clues for diagnosis based on the morphology of skin lesions. Sometimes these skin changes are just part of a greater symptom complex, but at other times such changes present alone and can, potentially, foretell serious health issues. Exposure to these cutaneous signs can help the paediatrician improve early identification and treatment of serious health issues.

Conférencier : James Bergman, MD

 

2F Caring for kids new to Canada  

Codes de sujet : Pédiatrie sociale, Pédiatrie générale

CanMEDS : Expert médical

A significant number of children arrive in Canada as immigrants and refugees every year. They usually have unique health needs and often these needs go beyond the health care setting to involve culture, social and environmental conditions. This seminar offers some key tools for providing culturally competent care to newcomer children.

Conférenciers : Mark Awuku, MD, et Andrea Hunter, MD

 

10 h à 11 h
PRÉSENTATIONS DE COMMUNICATIONS PLATEFORMES A

Codes de sujet : Formation en médecine, Pédiatrie générale 

CanMEDS : Expert médical

Présentation de communications orales sur de nouvelles recherches en pédiatrie.

 

11 h à 13 h
DÎNER (conjointement avec le salon des exposants et la séance d’affiches)

Le dîner est compris!

Visite guidée des affiches – Comme des visites de patients! Tous les congressistes inscrits sont invités à particper à une visite guidée des affiches. Rencontrez les présentateurs et écoutez le point de vue des experts et des responsables de la visite. 

 

 

13 h à 14 h 30
ATELIER

W1       Mindfulness for teens: Practical pointers for busy clinicians

Organisé par la section de la santé de l’adolescent de la SCP

Codes de sujet : Santé de l’adolescence, Pédiatrie générale

CanMEDS : Expert médical

Evidence is mounting for the benefits of mindfulness-based interventions for teens coping with a wide range of stressors, including chronic pain and illness, depression and anxiety. Especially adapted for teens, the Mindful Awareness and Resilience Skills for Adolescents (MARS-A) curriculum is an effective clinical intervention for teens experiencing a variety of conditions, including anxiety and depression.

Conférencier : Dzung Vo, MD

 

13 h à 15 h 45
PROGRAMME DES SECTIONS DE LA SCP

SP5 “Open wide”...What the busy paediatrician needs to know about the oral examination and forensic assessment of mouth injuries and bites in at-risk children and youth

Organisé par la section de la prévention de la maltraitance d’enfants et d’adolescents et la section de la santé buccodentaire en pédiatrie de la SCP

Codes de sujet : Violence et négligence faites aux enfants, Santé buccodentaire

CanMEDS : Expert médical

This program introduces participants to the basics of forensic odontology and to completng a comprehensive oral health assessment for children at risk of maltreatment. Specific focus is given to the assessment of bite marks, dental neglect and sentinel injuries. An overview of dental caries and the role of the paediatrician in oral health care are also provided.

Conférenciers : Laurel Chauvin-Kimoff, MD, Trang Nguyen, DDS, et Marlene Thibault, MD

 

SP6 How to succeed with your idea for change: An advocacy case series

Organisé par la section de la pédiatrie générale de la SCP

Codes de sujet : Défense d’intérêts, Pédiatrie générale

CanMEDS : Expert médical

Attendees can learn from paediatricians involved with child health advocacy projects at different levels: local, provincial/territorial and federal. Practical approaches and tips for effective advocacy are provided, based on exemplary case studies, such as “Smoking in indoor public spaces”, “Banning bodychecking in peewee hockey”, the CPS status report “Are We Doing Enough?”, and vaccine advocacy.

Conférenciers : Michael Dickinson, MD, Andrew Lynk, MD, et Lamont Sweet, MD

 

SP7 Engaging communities to develop better health practices: One community at a time

Organisé par la section de la santé des enfants et des adolescents dans le monde de la SCP

Codes de sujet : Pédiatrie sociale, Santé des enfants dans le monde

CanMEDS : Expert médical

Invited faculty are among Canada’s foremost experts on community engagement in international, Indigenous and urban communities. Core principles for successful community engagement are discussed, then participants are divided into smaller groups to discuss 'case scenarios' illustrating challenges to community engagement, along with ideas on avoiding and overcoming problems. Each group presents their thoughts to the audience to provide further insights for all.

Conférencières : Lola Baydala, MD, Shawna O'Hearn, MA, et Noni MacDonald, MD

 

SP8 ADHD in special populations

Organisé par la section de la santé mentale de la SCP

Codes de sujet : Neurologie, Pédiatrie générale

CanMEDS : Expert médical

ADHD diagnosis and management are often complicated by extensive differential diagnosis and frequent comorbidities. Using a case-based approach, this session addresses ADHD occurring in five specific settings: autism, intellectual disability, FASD, genetic syndromes and following prematurity. The focus is on identifying ADHD in the context of these conditions, looking for these conditions in the context of identified ADHD, and learning how comorbidities affect assessment and treatment choices.

Conférencières : Debbi Andrews, MD, Stacey Belanger, MD, Brenda Clark, MD, Alfhild Larson, MD, et Sarah Shea, MD

 

SP9 Water quality and children’s health: Distilling the issues

Organisé par la section de la santé environnementale en pédiatrie de la SCP

Codes de sujet : Santé de l’environnement, Pédiatrie générale

CanMEDS : Expert médical

Evidence increasingly links disease development with the microbiome. Infant feeding, antibiotics and water quality can influence the microbiome’s composition and subsequent health. Parents seek advice on issues related to water quality in their home (e.g., well water contaminants, tap water and bottled water safety, water filters) or worry about issues discussed in the media (cyanobacteriae in lakes, oil fracking and ground/surface water contamination). This seminar provides evidence-based information and practical take-home messages.

Conférenciers : Irena Buka, MD, Catherine Hervouet-Zeiber, MD, et Robert Issenman, MD

 

SP10 Asthma hot topics: From EIA to EIB and beyond

Organisé par la section de la santé respiratoire de la SCP

Codes de sujet : Pédiatrie sociale, Pédiatrie générale

CanMEDS : Expert médical

This session covers topics of interest in the asthma field. Patients who present with exertional dyspnea are discussed and diagnostic considerations in the workup of these patients reviewed. Exercise-induced asthma (EIA), exercise-induced bronchospasm (EIB), and conditions that mimic EIA such as upper airway disorders, including vocal cord dysfunction, are also considered. A pro/con debate on the symptom-driven treatment of asthma with intermittent inhaled corticosteroids (ICS) vs. continuous ICS will follow, and the session concludes with a ‘quick-hit’ tour of the latest asthma papers.

Conférenciers : Francine Ducharme, MD, et Wanda Phipatanakul, MD

 

14 h 30 à 15 h 
PAUSE-SANTÉ (conjointement avec le salon des exposants et la séance d’affiches 2)

Les présentateurs de la séance d’affiches 2 seront sur place pour parler de leurs travaux avec vous.

 

15 h à 15 h 45 
PROGRAMME DES SECTIONS DE LA SCP (suite)
  • SP5 “Open wide”...What the busy paediatrician needs to know about the oral examination and forensic assessment of mouth injuries and bites in at-risk children and youth
  • SP6 How to succeed with your idea for change: An advocacy case series
  • SP7 Engaging communities to develop better health practices: One community at a time
  • SP8 ADHD in special populations
  • SP9 Water quality and children’s health: Distilling the issues
  • SP10 Asthma hot topics: From EIA to EIB and beyond

 

16 h à 17 h 30
CLUB DE LECTURE GOLDBLOOM 

Code de sujet : Pédiatrie générale

CanMEDS : Expert médical

Écoutez les docteurs Isabelle Chevalier et Paul Thiessen, qui soulignent les meilleurs articles publiés depuis un an en pédiatrie. 

 

18 h 30 à 23 h
SOIRÉE DE PLAISIR – UN PARTY DE CUISINE!

Dans les Maritimes, les fêtes les plus réussies se déroulent dans la cuisine. Participez à une fête qui vous donnera envie de battre la mesure et de jouer de la cuiller. Il y aura des violoneux, de la danse, quelques surprises, de la musique mémorable et du plaisir dont vous vous délecterez bien après la fin du congrès, le tout servi avec le souper de homard traditionnel de l’Île-du-Prince-Édouard et une vue imprenable sur le port. Consultez la zone « Activités sociales » pour en savoir plus. 

LE VENDREDI 24 JUIN

7 h à 8 h 30                     
FORUM SUR LE LEADERSHIP ET DÉJEUNER AVEC LE CONSEIL D'ADMINISTRATION DE LA SCP

One common language to awaken leadership in the health system

Code de sujet : Pédiatrie générale

CanMEDS : Expert médical, Collaborateur

Leadership roles can be foggy and difficult to delineate. The LEADS framework (Lead self, Engage others, Achieve results, Develop coalitions, and System transformation), which was developed in Canada and is accepted by many provincial/territorial and national organizations within the health system, offers a common 'language' for leadership and leadership development. After a brief description of this approach, how the LEADS model can be used to 'grow' leaders and facilitate organizational development are explored.

Conférencier : John Van Aerde, MD

 

8 h 30 à 10 h 30
ASSEMBLÉE GÉNÉRALE ANNUELLE DE LA SCP (ouvert à tous les congressistes)

 

10 h 45 à 11 h 45
SÉMINAIRES

3A Etiological investigation of children with global developmental delay, intellectual disability and autism

Codes de sujet : Pédiatrie du développement, Pédiatrie générale

CanMEDS : Expert médical

Global developmental delay, intellectual disability, and autism spectrum disorder are common reasons for paediatric consultation. Physicians must be familiar with clinical guidelines for identifying and investigating these disorders, especially because their clinical features overlap, the differential diagnosis is broad, access to subspecialists is limited, and the early diagnosis of treatable diseases (such as inborn errors of metabolism) affects prognosis.

Conférencières : Stacey Bélanger, MD, et Joannie Caron, MD

 

3B Benign epilepsy syndromes and movement disorders in childhood

Codes de sujet : Neurologie, Pédiatrie générale

CanMEDS : Expert médical

This interactive session uses video clips to show benign epileptic syndromes and movement disorders in childhood. Particular focus is placed on how to differentiate these conditions from more serious etiologies.

Conférenciers : Asif Doja, MD, et Erick Sell, MD

 

10 h 45 à 11 h 45
PRÉSENTATIONS DE COMMUNICATIONS PLATEFORMES B

Codes de sujet : Formation en médecine, Pédiatrie générale

CanMEDS : Expert médical

Présentation de communications orales sur de nouvelles recherches en pédiatrie.

 

10 h 45 à 11 h 45
ATELIERS

W2 How to prepare a great poster

Codes de sujet : Formation en médecine, Pédiatrie générale

CanMEDS : Expert médical

Doing research is a path to professional advancement for residents, fellows or academic physicians, and poster presentations are an excellent way to share results. This workshop offers strategies for developing  an efficient and effective poster design.

Conférencière : Noni MacDonald, MD

 

W3 Managing the acutely poisoned child: A 'toxicology lab' for busy paediatricians

Codes de sujet : Médecine d’urgence, Toxicologie

CanMEDS : Expert médical

This ‘hands-on’ toxicology lab invokes all the clinician’s senses (“touch, see, taste, smell”) to help identify common and important toxins. An interactive session focusing on the practical aspects of identifying and managing poisoned children includes common household poisons in the kitchen, garage and backyard, as well as key management principles.

Conférenciers : Yaron Finkelstein, MD, et Savithiri Ratnapalan, MD

 

W4 A practical approach with ‘pearls’ for managing common issues in the technology-dependent child

Codes de sujet : Pédiatrie hospitalière, Technologie

CanMEDS : Expert médical

Featuring practical, interactive, ‘hands-on’ approaches to technologies for treating medically complex children, such as tracheostomies and gastrostomy tubes, this workshop also helps clinicians to recognize and manage common associated issues.

Conférencières : Tobey Audcent, MD, et Kheirie Issa, MD

 

11 h 30 à 12 h 30
DÎNER

Les possibilités de repas ont changé pour 2016. Le dîner qui a lieu au salon des exposants (le jeudi) est inclus dans votre inscription au congrès. Le mercredi et le vendredi, vous pourrez acheter des aliments aux stands qui seront installés de 11 h 30 à 12 h 30 au Palais des congrès de l’Île-du-Prince-Édouard.

 

12 h à 13 h 30                 
DÎNER DES RÉSIDENTS POUR LA DÉFENSE D'INTÉRÊTS DES ENFANTS (réservé aux résidents et aux étudiants en médecine)

Organisé par la section des résidents de la SCP

Residents are invited to hear Drs. Radha Jetty and Sam Wong, discuss "Northern exposures: A conversation on working with Indigenous patients", a short discussion on Indigenous health, its importance, how to improve your clinical care when treating Indigenous children and you, and some ways to improve Indigenous communities. 

An update on the 2015 Resident Advocacy Grant Project, “Early obesity prevention program in preschool-aged children in lower socioeconomic status”, given by Drs. Hilarie Garland and Geneviève Michaud, follows. 

Le nom des gagnants du concours de cas cliniques et des prix d’excellence sera également annoncé.

Conférenciers : Radha Jetty, MD and Sam Wong, MD

 

13 h 45 à 14 h 45
SÉMINAIRES

3C Bone scan: Still useful in 2016?

Codes de sujet : Radiologie, Pédiatrie générale

CanMEDS : Expert médical

At a time when imaging modalities seem to be multiplying, it is sometimes difficult to determine which test is appropriate. This seminar reviews the value of bone scan in various clinical contexts, its benefits and disadvantages compared with other imaging modalities, and radiation doses associated with this technology.

Conférenciers : Marc-André Levasseur, MD

 

3D Encopresis: What to do when standard care isn’t working

Codes de sujet : Gastroentérologie, Pédiatrie générale

CanMEDS : Expert médical

The standard approach to managing encopresis includes a colon 'cleanout' followed by maintenance treatment with stool softeners, plus a behavioural program which includes scheduled toileting. Adherence to treatment is often a challenge, and even with good adherence this program may work only temporarily or not at all. Case vignettes from our multidisciplinary clinic are used to illustrate when and how we modify the standard treatment protocol. Clinic resources are also made available.

Conférencières : Joanne Gillespie, Ph.D., et Alfhild Larson, MD

 

3E Pills, periods and bones: What youth health care providers need to know about the female athlete triad and contraception

Codes de sujet : Santé de l’adolescent, Pédiatrie générale

CanMEDS : Expert médical

This seminar focuses on a practical approach to adolescents with components of the female athlete triad (disordered eating, menstrual dysfunction, low bone density) and how to identify youth at risk for developing serious complications, such as menstrual dysfunction and osteoporosis. Treatment options are reviewed, including new Canadian contraception guidelines for adolescents.

Conférencières : Amanda Black, MD, et Megan Harrison, MD

 

13 h 45 à 14 h 45
ATELIERS

W5 Food allergy prevention

Organisé par la section des allergies de la SCP

Codes de sujet : Allergies et immunologie, Pédiatrie générale

CanMEDS : Expert médical, Collaborateur

Mounting evidence over the last few years suggests that the early introduction of allergenic foods, rather than their avoidance, helps to protect against the development of food allergy. Although lifestyle and dietary manipulation have long been the focus of research, some interventions, such as restricting the infant diet, have proven imperfect.

Conférenciers : Elissa Abrams, MD, et Edmond Chan, MD

 

W6 Cases in antimicrobial stewardship: The science behind the practice

Codes de sujet : Infectiologie, Pédiatrie générale

CanMEDS : Expert médical

While we are accustomed to prescribing antibiotics for common and not-so-common infections, we  are also beginning to see that increasing resistance to antimicrobials is spreading worldwide. The merging literature on short and long-term effects of antimicrobial usage is compelling, and this workshop discusses how best to manage five common infectious disease cases using recent evidence-based information.

Conférencières : Nicole Le Saux, MD, et Michelle Science, MD

 

13 h 45 à 14 h 45
QUELQUES ARPENTS DE PIÈGES EN PÉDIATRIE

Organisé par la section des résidents de la SCP

Dans une confrontation épique, des équipes de résidents mettent leurs compétences intellectuelles et médicales à l’épreuve. N’oubliez pas vos encouragements et proposez peut-être même une réponse ou deux! 

 

14 h 45 à 15 h 15
PAUSE-SANTÉ

 

15 h 15 à 16 h 15
CONFÉRENCE DE LA PRÉSIDENTE DE LA SCP

Now is the time! Eradicating child poverty in Canada

Code de sujet : Défense d’intérêts, Pédiatrie générale

CanMEDS : Expert médical

One in 5 Canadian children are poor – a number that is higher today than it was in 1989, when parliamentarians passed a unanimous, all-party resolution to end child poverty by the year 2000.  And for Indigenous, racialized and new immigrant families, the picture is even worse – with 40% of Indigenous children and one in two children of single-parent mothers now living in poverty. With a new federal government committed to developing a national poverty reduction strategy, we have a chance to drive real systemic change and eradicate child poverty for good.  What will it take for Canada to implement a comprehensive poverty reduction strategy? Presenters will discuss what role paediatricians can play, both in their daily practice and as engaged citizens committed to the best possible future for our children?

Conférencières : Janet Austin, MD, et Julia Orkin, MD 

 

16 h 30 à 17 h 30
ATELIER

W7 “Movin’ on up!”: Transitioning from residency to practice  

Codes de sujet : Formation en médicine, Résident et stagiaire

CanMEDS : Expert médical

This informal gathering of practicing paediatricians discusses how to prepare for the transition from residency to practice, including the benefits of different fee structures (for service, salary and locum).

Conférenciers : Sarah Gander, MD, et Pier Diane Glaude, MD

 

18 h à 19 h 30
MARCHE OU COURSE FAITES CE QUE VOUS PRÊCHEZ ET RÉCEPTION

 

Droits d’inscription : 25 $ par personne. Les enfants et les adolescents de moins de 18 ans participant gratuitement.

Le produit net est versé à la Fondation Générations en santé pour soutenir les priorités de la SCP.

 

LE SAMEDI 25 JUIN

8 h 30 à 10 h
EN PRIMEUR

Physician-assisted dying: Should kids ever be considered?

Code de sujet : Pédiatrie générale

CanMEDS : Expert médical

In February 2016, a special joint parliamentary committee on physician-assisted dying recommended that, for now, evolving legislation should only apply to people over the age of 18. However, it also called for research and consultation over the next 3 years, with the possibility of including mature minors. Paediatricians need to consider impending changes under Canadian law, which could have social, ethical and medical implications for the care of a very small yet significant number of children and youth.

Conférencières : Dawn Davies, MD, Julie Emberley, MD, et Mary Shariff, Ph.D.

 

10 h 15 à 12 h 15
MISE À JOUR EN PÉDIATRIE ET CLÔTURE

10 h 20 à 10 h 30

1. Current knowledge of Zika virus

Zika virus, a mosquito-borne infection first identified in the 1940s in Africa, was declared by the World Health Organization in February 2016 to be a public health emergency of international concern. Zika infection has been linked to newborn microcephaly and neurologic illness. What do we know about transmission, pathophysiology and prevention?

Conférencière : Joanne Langley, MD

10 h 31 à 10 h 41

2. To vape or not to vape? That is the question

The use of e-cigarettes in Canada is a relatively recent phenomenon. Some epidemiology and current controversies are reviewed.

Conférencière : Natasha Johnson, MD

10 h 42 à 10 h 52

3. The Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care recommends NOT screening for developmental delay in young children: Do you agree or disagree?

The Canadian Task Force on Preventative Health Care released a statement in April recommending against screening for developmental delay (DD) using standardized tools in children under age 4 years old who have no apparent signs of DD and whose parents or health care providers have no concerns about their development. This presentation discusses how primary care providers should interpret this new recommendation for use in daily practice.

Conférencier : John LeBlanc, MD

10 h 53 à 11 h 03

4. Choosing Wisely Canada: The CPS list 

Choosing Wisely Canada is a campaign to help physicians and patients engage and converse regarding unnecessary or unproven tests and treatments. Their information helps both parties make smarter, more effective choices and helps ensure quality care. The presenter describes what Choosing Wisely does, and how their information can be used to improve clinical practice.

Conférencière : Isabelle Chevalier, MD

11 h 04 à 11 h 14

5. Attending to infant social and emotional well-being

In our busy iPhone high-tech world, are parents missing everyday opportunities to 'connect' with their babies? Are parents too consumed with correcting and 'educating' young children? This presentation reinforces the need for clinicians to observe parent-child interactions, to catch early relationship problems and share the 4T's (transfer/tolerate/treat/terminate risk) to assist.

Conférencière : Jean Clinton, MD 

11 h 15 à 11 h 25

6. Medical marijuana as a therapy for children: Legal and practical aspects

Medical marijuana is a therapeutic option for certain groups of children with medical problems that are unresponsive to other therapies. However, unique legal and practical aspects apply to how medical marijuana therapy for children should be initiated and monitored. This presentation covers many specific considerations for the clinician who is wondering whether medical marijuana is an option for a child in their care.

Conférencier : Michael Rieder, MD

11 h 26 à 12 h Période de questions, évaluations et remarques de clôture

 

Avec le docteure Dawn Hartfield, venez dites « adieu, à l’an prochain ».

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