Invited Workshop Series

SAHM proudly presents three invited workshops lectures for SAHM22. 



Psychopharmacology for the Primary Care Provider: Management of Depression, Anxiety, and ADHD

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Assistant Professor
Department of Psychiatry
UT Southwestern Medical Center

Credit Hour(s): 1.75

This invited workshop series presentation will focus on a high-level discussion of psychotropic medication management of adolescents with depression, anxiety, and ADHD. This presentation will include pragmatic recommendations for primary care and adolescent medicine providers when determining which medication to use and when, as well as when to discontinue a medication. For example, when would one SSRI be chosen over another? If starting with Prozac to treat depression and/or anxiety, when should a different SSRI be considered and prescribed? How does one determine an SSRI has failed, and what is the best cross-titration strategy? When should an SNRI or another type of medication be prescribed for anxiety and depression? Tips for responding to questions from parents will also be shared. The presentation will conclude with discussion, questions, and answers.


By the end of this presentation, attendees will be able to:

  1. Describe the pharmacological treatment options for treating depression, anxiety, and ADHD in adolescents
  2. Discuss distinguishing factors between common medications used to treat depression, anxiety, and ADHD
  3. Discuss treatment strategies for patients who fail first-line medications
  4. Review clinical considerations for discontinuing medications
 

Preparticipation Sports Examination

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Chief, Adolescent Medicine and Sports Medicine
Baylor College of Medicine
Texas Children’s Hospital

Credit Hour(s): 1.75

This invited workshop series presentation will focus on Sports Medicine for adolescent athletes and will walk through the goals of the Preparticipation Physical Examination (PPE). This presentation will include pragmatic recommendations when making clinical decisions, such as determining when an ECG is indicated and when to recommend return to sports after testing positive for COVID or experiencing a concussion. Tips for discussing with parents the risks of myocarditis following mRNA COVID-19 vaccine versus the risk of COVID-related illness of an unvaccinated adolescent athlete will also be shared. The presentation will conclude with discussion, questions, and answers.

 

By the end of this presentation, attendees will be able to:

  1. Discuss goals for the sports Preparticipation Physical Examination (PPE) and key historical data and physical exam findings
  2. Distinguish PPE from the annual visit
  3. Discuss sudden death in sports
  4. Discuss return to sports among adolescents with COVID
  5. Discuss concussions, Preparticipation Sports Examination (PSE), laboratory evaluation, and medical eligibility

 
Dr. Hergenroeder graduated from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, completed his Pediatric Residency at Duke University and his Sports Medicine and Adolescent Medicine Fellowships at the University of Washington, Seattle. He is board-certified in Sports Medicine, Adolescent Medicine and Pediatrics and has been a team physician for 38 years.
 
Dr. Hergenroeder founded the Sports Medicine Program and the Sports Medicine Fellowship at Texas Children's Hospital and the Baylor College of Medicine.  He is the author of over 75 sports medicine articles and chapters.  His research addresses the improvement of bone health in adolescent females through exercise and dietary education in the school setting;and on the treatment of patients with eating disorders and obesity.  He received the American Academy of Pediatrics Council on Sports Medicine and Fitness (COSMF) 2012 Thomas E. Shaffer, MD, FAAP, Award.
 
Dr. Hergenroeder’s goal is to provide the best interdisciplinary care to young athletes including Sports Medicine, Physical Therapy, and Sports Nutrition.  He is a founding member of the UIL Medical Advisory Committee from 2001 – present.

Dermatology & the Advanced Treatment of Adolescent Acne

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Associate Professor of Dermatology
Keck School of Medicine of USC
Children's Hospital Los Angeles

Credit Hour(s): 1.75

This invited workshop series presentation will focus on providing dermatological care to adolescents with acne. This presentation will include pragmatic recommendations for treating mild, moderate, and severe acne, including optimal use of oral antibiotics when indicated and a discussion of the most ideal agent for long term maintenance of acne. Strategies for counseling patients on maximizing tolerance and efficacy of topical retinoids will be offered. Additionally, the presentation will provide a detailed discussion of the iPLEDGE program, including best practices for prescribing isotretinoin. The presentation will conclude with discussion, questions, and answers.

By the end of this presentation, attendees will be able to:

  1. Review treatment algorithms for mild, moderate, and severe acne
  2. Be able to counsel patients on strategies to maximize tolerance and efficacy of topical retinoids
  3. Review guidelines for the use of topical and oral antibiotics in the treatment of acne
  4. Discuss best practices for prescribing isotretinoin, including initiation, monitoring, and navigating the pledge program.

 

 

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