Clinical Pearls in Pediatric Rheumatology for the Primary Care Physician
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At the conclusion of this activity, participants will be able to:
- Name two features of joint pain in children that are warning signs for juvenile arthritis;
- State when an antinuclear antibodies test is and is not useful in evaluation of children with possible rheumatologic disease;
- Describe the "4 Ms" approach to counseling pediatric patients with chronic musculoskeletal pain;
- Recall how to perform a comprehensive joint exam, evaluating for swelling and decreased range of motion;
- Identify appropriate vaccination recommendations for pediatric patients on immunosuppressive medications.
9:10 AM Joint pain - when is it JIA? Dr. McDonald
9:45 Q&A Dr. McDonald
9:50 AM Labs in Pediatric Rheumatology Dr. Edens
10:25 AM Q&A for Dr. Edens
10:30 AM Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain in Children- an Overview Dr. Tesher
11:05 Q&A for Dr. Tesher
11:10 AM Joint Exam Dr. Wagner-Weiner
11:45 Q and A for Dr. Wagner-Weiner
11:50 AM Primary Care for Rheumatology Patients Carolyn Zic
12:25 PM Questions for Carolyn
12:30 PM adjourn/extra time for additional Q&A if desired
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UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO SPEAKERS
Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Chief, Section of Pediatric Rheumatology
Assistant Professor, Internal Medicine & Pediatrics
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Advanced Practice Nurse
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