Pediatrics for the 21st Century




C1021 Peds 21: Opioids Through the Ages: Caring for Children and Families in the Wake of the Opioid Crisis

Friday, October 25, 2019

The opioid crisis reaches across all age, socioeconomic, and ethnic divides. This program will focus on how pediatricians and pediatric specialists can provide optimal pain management after surgery, injury, and in other clinical situations, while minimizing side effects and complications of opioid use. Attendees will learn how they can confront the opioid epidemic in their communities.

Supported in-part by the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation

  • Sponsors: Committee on Drugs; Committee on Substance Use and Prevention; Council on Injury, Violence, and Poison Prevention; Section on Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine; Section on Integrative Medicine; Section on Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine
*please note lunch will not be provided


1:00PM Poster session
1:30PM Welcome
AAP President Kyle E. Yasuda, MD, FAAP
1:35PM Introduction
Rita Agarwal, MD, FAAP
1:40PM Exposed in the Womb: Managing Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome in the NICU and Beyond
Matt Grossman, MD, FAAP
2:00PM Toddlers and Up: Unintentional Exposure, Prevention and Treatment
Kevin Osterhoudt, MD, MS, FAAP
2:20PM Understanding Youth Opioid Use in the Context of Behavioral Health
Lucien Gonzalez, MD, MS, FAAP      
2:40PM Q&A
3:00PM Break with posters
3:30PM Addiction and Dependence: Opioid Use Disorder from a Patient’s Perspective
Jason Reynolds, MD, PhD, FAAP     
4:00PM Acute Pain and Multimodal Analgesia
Stephen Hays, MD, FAAP
4:20PM Chronic Pain: “My (Insert Body Part Here) Still Hurts! What Can You Do to Help Me?”
Anjana Kundu, MBBS, MD, ABIHM, FAAP
4:40PM The Mind-Body Connection and Biobehavioral Techniques That Everyone Can Use
Melanie Brown, MD, FAAP
5:00PM Q&A
5:30PM Adjourn