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Children's National Health System Fellowship Reunion & Scientific Program

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Children's National Medical Center

111 Michigan Avenue, NW

Washington, DC 20010

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The Children’s National Health System Pediatric Division of Otolaryngology Chaired by Dr. George Zalzal and Vice Chaired by Dr. Diego Preciado are hosting the first ever Fellowship Reunion & Scientific Program. The Scientific program is free to attend and will be held from 8:00AM until 12:00PM and will include a continental breakfast. The purpose of this event is to bring the fellowship alumni and division faculty together to have dialogue in a scientific setting to discuss the nuances and the future of the Pediatric Otolaryngology specialty. The second part of this event includes is a dinner at Fish by Jose Andres - MGM National Harbor in National Harbor, MD on the site of the ASPO meeting with a registration cost of $100 per person (spouses and guests are welcomed). The program agenda is listed below.

The following staff will join Dr. Zalzal and Dr. Preciado in hosting this event:

Nancy M. Bauman., M.D., F.A.C.S., F.A.A.P., Professor

Maria T. Peña, M.D., F.A.C.S., F.A.A.P., Professor

Rahul K. Shah, M.D., F.A.C.S., F.A.A.P., Professor

Brian K. Reilly, M.D., F.A.A.P., Associate Professor

Pamela Mudd, M.D., Assistant Professor

Alexandra Espinel, MD, Assistant Professor

Lori Guillot, MD, Current Fellow

Lyuba Gitman, MD, Current Fellow

Division of Pediatric Otolaryngology Scientific Program Agenda

April 19th, 2018


Diego Preciado MD PhD
Children's National Health System

Introduction and Opening Remarks


George Zalzal, MD
Children's National Health System

Welcome and Reflections


Seth Pransky, MD
Children's Hospital San Diego

Experience as a first fellow


William Collins, MD
University of Florida

Simultaneous Surgery in Pediatric Otolaryngology


Craig Derkay, MD
Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters

The benefit of vaccination on RRP incidence and treatment


Jenn Lavin, MD
Lurie Children's Hospital Chicago

Implementation of a new care model for high risk T&A and endoscopic airway patients


Scott Schoem, MD
Connecticut Children's Medical Center

Transition from Otomicroscopy to Otoendoscopy


Robert Chun, MD
Medical College of Wisconsin

Providing feedback in medical education


Marci Lesperance, MD
University of Michigan

Improving OR efficiency and audiology productivity with ABRs in OR


Josh Bedwell, MD
Texas Children's Hospital

Optimization of Tracheotomy Care in Children


Break with Exhibitors


Ken Grundfast, MD
Boston University School of Medicine

The Origins of the Pediatric Otolaryngology Fellowship at Childrens National


Sukgi Choi, MD

Boston Children's Hospital

Program Accreditation by ACGME


Eric Jaryszak, MD, PhD
Children's Ear Nose and Throat Associates, Orlando FL

Management of Laryngeal Atresia


Cristina Baldassari, MD
Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters

Management of Recalcitrant OSA after adenotonsillectomy


J Lindhe Guarisco, MD
Ochsner Health System

Balloon Dilation for Extreme Airway Stenosis


Alyssa Hackett, MD
Mt Sinai Health System

Team Approach to Removal and Management of Imbedded Airway Foreign Bodies


Dave Tunkel, MD
Johns Hopkins University

Is this a Trustworthy Clinical Practice Guideline?


Luke Schloegel, MD
Kaiser Permanente Oakland

CMV screening in congenital hearing loss


Gurpreet Singh Ahuja, MD
CHOC Children's Hospital at Orange

The EXIT Procedure: a checklist approach to safer outcomes


Mike McCormick, MD
Medical College of Wisconsin

Tracheal agenesis


Charles Elmaraghy, MD
The Ohio State University

Lessons learned the hard way

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