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52nd Monterey Conference: "Rising to the Challenge of Modern Pediatrics: Physical, Mental, and Social Health"

OBJECTIVES
This symposium will enable the practitioner to:

  • Identify follow-up needs for a child identified prenatally with a fetal anomaly.
  • Describe the negative impact of racism on the academic, behavioral, and health outcomes of children.
  • Recognize characteristics of different headache phenotypes based on the International Classification of Headache Disorders (ICHD-3) from the International Headache Society.
  • Describe the current epidemiology of COVID-19 infections in children.
  • Identify the differential diagnosis of blistering rashes in children of all ages from infancy to adolescence.
  • Recognize the terminology used by young adults to describe their gender and sexual identities.
  • Identify at least 2 lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic that can be used to help clinicians be better prepared for future pandemics.
  • Manage nonurgent birthmarks like nevus sebaceous with active nonintervention.
  • List medical screenings that are indicated for children born extremely premature, as they grow.
  • Assess the unique trauma and stressors experienced by immigrant children at different stages of their migration and incorporate best practices to address these elements in care visits.
  • Examine best practices for providing culturally humble pediatric care to youth with diverse sexual and gender identities. Examine ways in which a provider can integrate advocacy into their practice. 

NOTE:The CME Committee at UCSF BCH-Oakland will seek guidance from local and national public health experts on implementing the necessary safety precautions. We will email registrants with updated information as the Annual Monterey Conference date approaches. If you have any questions, please contact Cristina Fernandez, CME Coordinator at Cristina.Fernandez@ucsf.edu

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