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AMERICAN COLLEGE
OF OSTEOPATHIC PEDIATRICIANS


2209 Dickens Road
Richmond, VA 23230-2005
(804) 565-6333
Fax (804) 282-0090

www.acopeds.org


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Welcome

The CME Committee has created an exciting education program that will focus on cardiology, rheumatology, ingestions and surgery. Other exciting topics include breastfeeding, food allergies, concussion, rehabilitation of pediatric injuries, pediatric palliative care, maintenance of certification and the always popular hands-on OMT workshop.

Test your visual diagnostic skills by participating in the hour long interactive visual diagnosis lecture. Pictures and images that are helpful in making the diagnoses for various pediatric conditions will be presented. For the first time, we will use an audience response system to anonymously compare answers to patient care questions.

The conference also includes a neonatal/perinatal day which promises to be a great educational experience with lectures on the latest treatments for patent ductus arteriosus and for retinopathy of prematurity. Other topics include palliative care and ethical dilemmas in the NICU, breastfeeding the preterm neonate, the late premature infant and uses of infrared spectroscopy in the NICU.

The ACOP is committed to teach, inspire and train students and residents. We invite students and residents to attend this conference and participate in the special meetings that we have set up for them.

We invite everyone to continue their commitment to stay fit and participate in the Fun Run/Walk on Tuesday, Nov 1st. Reconnect with your medical school classmates during the Alumni lunches and evening events. Join us at the Trick or Treat activity in the Exhibition Hall on October 31st.

Orlando offers a wide variety of opportunities to have fun. Whether you visit one of the Disney theme parks, enjoy shopping in Downtown Disney, the nightlife in any of the various clubs or a fabulous cuisine in one of the area’s great restaurants, your experience is sure to be ‘magical’.

Education, connecting with colleagues and former classmates, enchantment and earning CME, what could be a better way to spend a week. Welcome to Orlando!

Marta S. Diaz-Pupek, DO, FACOP, FAAP
Program Chair
Co-Chair of CME Committee


Michael Hunt, DO, FACOP, FAAP
Program Co-chair

Ed Spitzmiller, DO, FACOP, FAAP
Co-Chair of CME Committee