Annual Conference

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2017 Pediatric Sleep Medicine Meeting

Attendance at Pediatric Sleep Medicine 2017 will give participants a broad understanding of pediatric sleep, including state-of-the-artbasic and clinical research in pediatric sleep and current clinical practices in pediatric sleep medicine.

Overall Educational Objectives

At the conclusion of this conference attendees should be able to:

  • Summarize relevant information on the latest in pediatric sleep research and clinical practice
  • Identify issues and challenges in pediatric sleep medicine
  • Understand public policies that potentially impact children’s/adolescent’s sleep

Target Audience

Researchers, clinicians, and trainees (physicians, psychologists, nurses, nurse practitioners, polysomnography technicians andtechnologists, respiratory therapists). Instructional level: intermediate

Schedule

 
Saturday, November 4, 2017
7:00–7:45 am
Registration and Breakfast Buffet
7:45–8:00
Welcome
Lisa J. Meltzer, PhD
Stephanie J. Crowley, PhD
Carol L. Rosen, MD
8:00–9:15
Invited Symposium:Research of Avi Sadeh, DSc.
Chair: Michael Gradisar, PhD

Avi Sadeh —The Researcher, The Clinician,The Person
Liat Tikotzky, PhD

For Crying Out Loud: Associations Between Parental Cry Reactivity and Infant Sleep
Michal Kahn, PhD, MA

Interventions For Sleep Problems in Infancy: Parental Adherence and Intervention Outcomes
Michal Juda-Hanael, PhDc
9:15–9:35
TEDS*: Beyond Back To Sleep
Rachel Y. Moon, MD
9:35–10:05^
Young Investigator Presentations
Co-Chairs: Robyn Stremler, RN, PhD
Vijayabharathi Ekambaram, MD
Ariel A. Williamson, PhD
10:05–10:20
Break and Visit Exhibitors
10:20–10:40
TEDS*: Sleep & Developmental Psychopathology
Alice Gregory, PhD
10:40–11:55
Invited Symposium: Translational Circadian Science
Chair: Beth A. Malow, MD, MS

Circadian Science: Basic Mechanisms and Genetic Contributions
Olivia J. Veatch, PhD

Health Outcomes Associated With Circadian Misalignment
Brant P. Hasler, PhD, CBSM

Reducing Circadian Misalignment: State of the Science and Future Needs for Pediatric Sleep Medicine
Stephanie J. Crowley, PhD
11:55–12:15 pm
TEDS*: Pediatric Sleep and the Law
Kathy Zeisel, Esq.
12:15–1:45
Lunch and Visit Exhibitors
12:30–1:45^
Trainee Event/Lunch
Vijayabharathi Ekambaram, MD
Ariel A. Williamson, PhD
1:45–3:00
Submitted Symposium
Co-Chairs: Hawley Montgomery-Downs, PhD
Oliviero Bruni, MD
3:00-4:00^ Poster Session and Break
Co-Chairs: Robyn Stremler, RN, PhD
Narong Simakajornboon, MD
4:00-5:00 pm Concurrent Workshops
Co-Chairs: Hawley Montgomery-Downs, PhD
Stephanie J. Crowley, PhD

I. Complicated Pediatric Sleep Cases: Challenges in Hypersomnia Management as a Teen Transitions to Young Adulthood
Beth A. Malow, MD, MS & Carol L. Rosen, MD

A discussion of specific cases of infant, child, or adolescent sleep cases that may be particularly challenging to treat.

II. Applying Circadian Rhythms Research IntoClinical Practice
Stephanie J. Crowley, PhD & Michael Gradisar, PhD

An interactive review of basic circadian rhythm research of children & adolescents & how these data can inform treatment strategies in the clinic.

III. Communicating Sleep and Circadian Science to the Public
Lynne Lamberg, MA
Hawley Montgomery-Downs, PhD
Robyn Stremler, RN, PhD

A discussion on how you can effectively & accurately communicate sleep & circadian rhythms science to the media & other public domains.

IV. How To (And How Not To) Approach School Start Time Policy In Your Community
Maida L. Chen, MD
Valerie Crabtree, PhD
Judith A. Owens, MD, MPH

This workshop will involve a panel discussion of implementing school start time policy changes in middle and high schools.

*Not Accredited for CME

 Sunday, November 5, 2017
7:30–8:30 am
Breakfast Buffet
8:30–9:45
Submitted Symposium
Co-Chairs: Hawley Montgomery-Downs, PhD
Oliviero Bruni, MD
9:45–10:15*
Young Investigator Presentations
Co-Chairs: Robyn Stremler, RN, PhD
Ariel A. Williamson, PhD
Vijayabharathi Ekambaram, MD
10:15–10:30
Break
10:30–11:45
Submitted Symposium
Co-Chairs: Hawley Montgomery-Downs, PhD
Oliviero Bruni, MD
11:45–12:00 pm
Closing Remarks
Lisa J. Meltzer, PhD
Stephanie J. Crowley, PhD
Carol L. Rosen, MD 

*Not Accredited for CME