H1023 Council on School Health - School Health Abstract Presentations and Top School Health Papers Review

Pediatricians care for children from birth through adolescence. In the current health care environment many pediatricians do not believe they have the resources for involvement with schools. For many pediatricians involvement in schools is limited to discussing the specific needs of particular patient or filling out a myriad of forms. Previous study indicates that pediatricians have an interest in school and community health but perceive a lack of skills to participate. However, pediatricians have a critical role in schools, not only to improve the health of individual students but also improve the community in which they live through collaborative efforts with other professionals that work with children. Partnering with schools to deliver health care, to provide health education and to develop school health policy can enhance pediatric practice in the management of patients leading to more accessible, coordinated, competent, and comprehensive care thus building a stronger medical home and better community. 8:00-8:30 School Health Poster Symposium Viewing 8:30-9:30 School Health Abstract Presentations 9:30-10:00 Top School Health Papers-Annual Review
Saturday, October 26, 2013: 8:00 AM-10:00 AM
W304 A (Orange County Convention Center - West Building)
Session Moderator:
Mandy A. Allison, MD, MSPH
8:00 AM


Time for Poster Viewing
8:30 AM


Introductory Remarks
8:43 AM
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Photoscreening for Refractive Error and Strabismus With a Smartphone App
Joannah Vaughan, M.B.A., Casey Eye Institute, Oregon Health & Science University; Talitha Dale, B.S., Casey Eye Institute, Oregon Health & Science University; David Huang, MD, PhD, Casey Eye Institute, Oregon Health & Science University
8:51 AM
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Indicators of School Functioning Among Children With Tourette Syndrome
Rebecca Bitsko, PhD, CDC; Joseph R Holbrook, PhD, CDC; Susanna Visser, MS, CDC; Angelika H. Claussen, PhD, CDC; Jeannette Bloomfield, MS, CDC; Ruth Perou, PhD, CDC; Kathy Giordano, BS, Tourette Syndrome Association
8:59 AM
4


Air Buddies- School Based Peer Asthma Management Program
Abila Tazanu, MD, Children's national Medical Center; Rhonique Harris, MD, MHA, Children's National Medical Center
9:07 AM
5


Parental Perceptions of Care in School-Based Health Centers
Sean O'Leary, MD, MPH, University of Colorado; Steven Federico, MD, Denver Health, Univ of Colorado; Michelle Lee, MPH, Children's Outcomes Research Program; Juliana Barnard, MSPH, Children's Outcomes Research Program; Steven Lockhart, BA, Children's Outcomes Research Program; Karen Albright, PhD, Children's Outcomes Research Program; Brenda Beaty, MSPH, Children's Outcomes Research Program; Mandy A. Allison, MD, MSPH, Children's Hospital Colorado; Shannon Stokley, MPH, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Allison Kempe, MD, MPH, The Children's Hospital, University of Colorado
9:15 AM
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Can School Based Health Centers Provide a Patient Centered Medical Home for Adolescents?
Sean O'Leary, MD, MPH, University of Colorado; Steven Federico, MD, Denver Health, Univ of Colorado; Michelle Lee, MPH, Children's Outcomes Research Program; Juliana Barnard, MSPH, Children's Outcomes Research Program; Steven Lockhart, BA, Children's Outcomes Research Program; Karen Albright, PhD, Children's Outcomes Research Program; Brenda Beaty, MSPH, Children's Outcomes Research Program; Shannon Stokley, MPH, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Mandy A. Allison, MD, MSPH, Children's Hospital Colorado; Allison Kempe, MD, MPH, The Children's Hospital, University of Colorado
9:23 AM
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School-Based Health Centers Are An Effective Means for Delivery of Flu Vaccine to At-Risk, Asthmatic Students
Chris Larson Kjolhede, MD, MPH, Bassett Healthcare Network; Denise Dye, FNP, Bassett Healthcare Network; Jane V. Hamilton, RN, Bassett Healthcare Network
9:31 AM


Review of Top School Health Papers
9:56 AM


Concluding Remarks