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PTS Second Annual Meeting

2015 Final Program

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2015
12:00 pm – 7:00 pm Registration
12:00 pm – 7:00 pm Scientific Poster Set-up
12:00 pm – 7:00 pm PTS Board and Committee Meetings
 
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2015
6:30 am – 5:00 pm Registration
6:30 am – 5:00 pm Speaker Ready Room
7:30 am – 6:00 pm Exhibits
7:30 am – 6:00 pm View Scientific Posters
7:00 am – 7:50 am Early Risers Sessions 1 & 2 – pre-registration required

Early Risers 1
Pediatric Burn Care for the Non-Burn Center

Moderator: Terri Elsbernd, MS, RN, Rochester MN
Speaker: Brendan T. Campbell, MD, MPH, Hartford CT

Early Risers 2
Pediatric Pelvic Trauma: An Initial Interdisciplinary Approach and Initial Orthopedic Evaluation

Moderator: Bindi J. Naik-Mathuria, MD, Houston TX
Speaker: Richard Kruse, DO, MBA, Wilmington DE
7:30 am – 8:30 am Continental Breakfast in Exhibit Hall
8:00 am – 8:15 am Welcome and Opening Remarks
Richard A. Falcone, Jr., MD, MPH, Cincinnati OH
PTS President
8:15 am – 9:15 am Keynote Address
Return on Investment: 30 Years of Commitment to the Injured Child has Become a Pathway to Success

Joseph J. Tepas, MD, Jacksonville FL
9:15 am – 9:30 am PTS Lifetime Achievement Award Presentation
9:30 am – 10:30 am SCIENTIFIC SESSION 1
Moderators: Richard A. Falcone, Jr., MD, Cincinnati OH
Richard Kruse, DO, MBA, Wilmington DE
1. Importance of Costal Margin Tenderness and Risk for Intra-Abdominal Injury in Children with Blunt Abdominal Trauma
Katherine Flynn-O’Brien, MD, MPH1; Nathan Kuppermann, MD, MPH and James F. Holmes, MD, MPH2
1University of Washington, Seattle WA, 2UC Davis School of Medicine, Sacramento CA
2. Classification and Response to Process Errors Occurring During Pediatric Trauma Resuscitation
Rachel B. Webman, MD1, Jennifer Fritzeen1, Paul C. Mullan, MD, MPH2, Faisal G. Qureshi, MD3, Sarah H. Parker, PhD4, Randall S. Burd, MD, PhD1
1Division of Trauma and Burn Surgery, Children’s National Medical Center, Washington DC; 2Division of Emergency Medicine and Trauma Services, Children’s National Medical Center, Washington DC; 3Department of General and Thoracic Surgery, Children’s National Medical Center, Washington DC; 4National Center for Human Factors in Healthcare, Medstar Institute for Innovation, Washington DC
3. Firearm Injuries in a Pediatric Population: African-American Adolescents Continue to Carry the Heavy Burden
Marielena Bachier-Rodriguez, MD
University of Tennessee, Health Science Center, LeBonheur Children’s Hospital, Knoxville TN
4. Unintended Extubation: Improving Care for the Pediatric Trauma Population
Amy Wright, MSN, RN, CCRN, CNRN
Children’s National Medical Center, Washington DC
5. A National Review of Inpatient Admissions for Pediatric Concussion
Tara Rhine, MD, MS, Lynn Babcock, MD, MS, Mekibib Altaye, PhD
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati OH
6. Epidemiology of Vascular Complications in Supracondylar Humerus Fractures in the United States
Charles T. Mehlman, DO, MPH
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati OH
10:30 am – 11:00 am Break in Exhibit Hall
11:00 am – 12:00 pm SCIENTIFIC SESSION 2
Moderators: Marc Auerbach, MD, New Haven CT
Barbara Gaines, MD, Pittsburg PA
7. PIPS Guided Quality Improvement Filters Can Significantly Reduce CT Imaging in Pediatric Trauma Patients
Christopher R. Connelly, MD, Jennifer M. Watters, MD, Pamela Bilyeu, MN, RN, Lynn S. Eastes, RN, MS, ACNP-BC, Mubeen A. Jafri, MD
Oregon Health & Science University, Portland OR
8. Practice Variability in the Management of Pediatric Pancreatic Trauma
Bindi Naik-Mathuria, MD, Richard Falcone, MD, David Mooney, MD, Stephen Fenton, MD, Adam Vogel, MD, Randall Burd, MD, David Gourlay, MD, Robert Russell, MD, Jeffrey Upperman, MD, Rita Burke, PhD, Ankush Gosain, MD, Brendan Campbell, MD, David Gibbs, MD, Heather Kulp, MD, Nathaniel Kreykes, MD, Chad Hamner, MD, David Jacobs, MD, Shahab Abdesalaam, MD, Devin Puapong, MD, Marianne Beaudin, MD
Baylor College of Medicine, Houston TX
9. Just Like Adults? Evaluating the Impact of Fluid Resuscitation in Pediatric Trauma
Paulette I. Abbas, MD1,2, Kyle Carpenter2, Fariha Sheikh1,2, Michelle L. Peterson1,2, Mirko Kljajic1, Bindi Naik-Mathuria1,2
1Texas Children’s Hospital, Division of Pediatric Surgery, Houston, Texas; 2Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas
10. Routine Surveillance Imaging Following Mild Traumatic Brain Injury May Not Be Necessary
Smruti K. Patel, MD, OH Yair M. Gozal, MD, PhD, James Bayley, BS, Bryan M. Krueger, MD and Norberto Andaluz, MD, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati OH; Richard A. Falcone Jr., MD, MPH and Karin S. Bierbrauer, MD
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati OH
11. Non-Accidental Trauma, Predictive Values to Prevent Recurrent Injuries in Children in South Carolina
Melissa Maxey, MD, Natalie Brenders, Olga Rosa, MD, Martin Durkin, MD, PhD and Juan Camps, MD
University of South Carolina, Palmetto Health Richland, Columbia SC
12. Injury Pattern and Risk of Hospital-Acquired Pneumonia Among Pediatric Trauma Patients
Gretchen J. Cutler, PhD, MPH, Anupam B. Kharbanda, MD, MSc, and Henry W. Ortega, MD
Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota, Minneapolis MN
12:00 pm – 1:30 pm Networking Luncheon
1:30 pm – 2:30 pm SCIENTIFIC SESSION 3A
Moderators: Joseph H. Piatt, Jr, MD, Wilmington DE
David M. Notrica, MD, Phoenix AZ
13. Timely Hemodynamic Resuscitation and Outcomes in Severe Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury
Nithya Kannan, MD, Jin Wang, PhD, Douglas F. Zatzick, MD, Richard G. Ellenbogen, MD, Linda Ng Boyle, PhD, Pamela H. Mitchell, PhD, Frederick P. Rivara, MD, MPH, Ali Rowhani-Rahbar, MD, MPH, PhD and Monica S. Vavilala, MD, University of Washington, Seattle WA; Richard B. Mink, MD, MACM, Mark S. Wainwright, MD, PhD
Harbor-UCLA and Los Angeles BioMedical Research Institute, Torrance CA, Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago, Chicago IL; Jonathan I. Groner, MD, The Ohio State University College of Medicine, Columbus OH; Michael J. Bell, MD, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh PA; Christopher C. Giza, MD, Mattel Children’s Hospital, UCLA, Los Angeles CA
14. Early Intracranial Pressure Monitoring and Outcomes in Severe Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury
S Pan, MD, N Kannan, MD, J Wang, PhD, DF Zatzick, MD, RG Ellenbogen, MD, LN Boyle, PhD, PH Mitchell, PhD, FP Rivara, MD, MPH, A Rowhani-Rahbar, MD, MPH, PhD and MS Vavilala, MD, RB Mink, MD, MACM, MS Wainwright, MD, PhD, JI Groner, MD, MJ Bell, MD, CC Giza, MD
University of Washington, Seattle WA, Harbor-UCLA and Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute, Torrance CA, Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago, Chicago IL, Ohio State University College of Medicine Columbus OH, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh PA, Mattel Children’s Hospital, UCLA, Los Angeles CA
15. Is There a Correlation Between Force and Cognitive Function Changes in Student Athletes Playing College Football?
Stephen Kaminski, MD, Jonathan Grotts, MA and Susan Houlihan-Davis, AT
Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital, Santa Barbara CA
16. Corticosteroid Complications From Use in Acute Pediatric Spinal Cord Injuries
Michelle C. Caruso, PharmD, BCPS, Margot Daugherty, MSN, MEd, RN, CEN, Suzanne Moody, MPA, CCRP, Richard A. Falcone, Jr., MD, MPH, Karin Bierbrauer, MD, and Gary L. Geis, MD
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati OH
17. Association Between Insurance and Pediatric Trauma Mortality During First Hospitalization Day Among Patients with Severe Injuries
Sergey Tarima, PhD, Allison Ertl, MS and Laura D. Cassidy, MS, PhD
Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee WI; Jonathan I. Groner, MD, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Columbus OH
1:30 pm – 2:30 pm SCIENTIFIC SESSION 3B
Moderators: Brett W. Engbrecht, MD, MPH, Hershey PA
Lisa Gray, MHA, RN, CPN, Evansville IN
18. Examining the Role of Follow-Up Skeletal Surveys in Non-Accidental Trauma
Rebecca D. Powell, PhD, Nora E. Raynor, RN,MSN, Donna A. Goodenow, BS, David G. Jacobs, MD, and Anthony Stallion, MD
Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte NC
19. Preliminary Results Using a Reduced Radiation Cervical Spine Clearance Algorithm in Pediatric Trauma Patients: A Simplified Approach
Matthew Moront, MD, Martin Herman, MD and Christine Campbell, RN
St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children, Philadelphia PA
20. Chest CT Scan in the Evaluation of Pediatric Thoracic Trauma
Jamie Golden, MD, Jessica Zagory, MD, Catherine Goodhue, MN, Rita Burke, PhD, MPH, Jeffrey Upperman, MD, Christopher Gayer, MD, PhD
Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, Los Angeles CA
21. Pelvic Angiography for Trauma in Children: A Rare But Useful Adjunct
Brian Dalton, MD, Katherine W Gonzalez, MD, Michael C Keirsey, Pablo Aguayo, David Juang
Children’s Mercy Hospital, Kansas City, MO
22. An Analysis of Child Abuse Screening Gaps in Children Less than 3 Years of Age with Fractures
Kelly S. Falcone, MS, RN, CNL, Suzanne Moody, MPA, Charles T. Mehlman, DO, MPH and Richard A. Falcone, MD, MPH
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati OH
23. Coagulopathy in Pediatric Non-Accidental Trauma: Elevated INR on Admission Strongly Predicts Mortality in Victims of Abuse
Christine Leeper, MD, Isam Nasr, MD, Christine McKenna, MSN, CRNP and Barbara Gaines, MD
Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, Pittsburgh PA
2:30 pm – 2:50 pm Break in Exhibit Hall
2:50 pm – 3:50 pm SCIENTIFIC SESSION 4A
Moderators: Marc Auerbach, MD, New Haven CT
Brendan T. Campbell, MD, MPH, Hartford CT
24. Prehospital Endotracheal Intubation for Pediatric Trauma: Evaluation of Patient Outcomes Treated at a Level 1 Trauma Center
Harold C. Hamann, BS, Saleem Islam, MD, Janice A. Taylor, MD, Joy M. Perkins, RN, David W. Kays, MD and Shawn D. Larson, MD
University of Florida College of Medicine, Gainesville FL
25. Variation of Highest Level Pediatric Trauma Activation Criteria Across the United States
Rita V. Burke, PhD, MPH1,2, Jessica Zagory, MD1, Minna Wieckh, MD1, E. Brooke Lerner, PhD3, Suzanne Moody, MPA, CCRP4 and Richard A. Falcone, MD, MPH4
1Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, Los Angeles CA; 2University of Southern California, Los Angeles CA; 3Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee WI; 4Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati OH
26. Improving Availability of Key Information During Resuscitations: Implementation of a Large Screen Electronic Dashboard
Andrea Rinderknecht, MD, Mary Frey, MSN, RN, CNL, CPN, CPEN, Michael R. FitzGerald, PhD, Bruce Dellaposta, Ed.D., LSSMBB and Jennifer Oehler, MSN, RN
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati OH
27. Helicopters and Injured Kids: Improved Survival with Scene Air Medical Transport in the Pediatric Trauma Population
Joshua B. Brown, MD, MSc, Christine M. Leeper, MD, Jason L. Sperry, MD, MPH, Andrew B. Peitzman, MD, Timothy R. Billiar, MD, Barbara A. Gaines, MD and Mark L. Gestring, MD
University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh PA
28. Using a Multidisciplinary and Evidenced-Based Approach to Decrease Under Triage of Pediatric Trauma Patients
Mauricio A. Escobar, Jr., MD and Carolynn Morris, MN, RN
Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital, Tacoma WA
29. Excessive Endotracheal Tube Cuff Pressure in the Pediatric Emergency Room Edward
(Ted) Ferenczy, MD, Mike Stoner, MD, Sandra Spencer, MD, DJ Scherzer, MD, Samantha Gee, MD, and Joseph Tobias, MD
Nationwide Children's Hospital, Columbus OH
2:50 pm – 3:50 pm SCIENTIFIC SESSION 4B
Moderators: Johanna Askegard-Giesmann, MD, Fargo ND
Diane Hochstuhl, MSN, RN, NP-C, Wilmington DE
30. Preventable Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) Admissions Over a 15-Year Period at a Level 1 Pediatric Trauma Center
Stephen J. Fenton, MD, Stephen Campbell, Justin H. Lee, Austin M. Stevens, Chong Zhang and Angela P. Presson
University of Utah School of Medicine, Salt Lake City UT
31. Variation in Management of Splenic Injuries Among Pediatric Hospitals
Chinwendu Onwubiko, MD, Mary A. Arbuthnot Thorpe, DO, Michelle Osbourne, MPH, and David Mooney, MPH, MD
Boston’s Children’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston MA
32. The Trauma Registry Compared to All Patient Refined Diagnosis Related Groups (APR-DRG)
Jodi Hackworth, MPH, Johanna Askegard-Giesman, MD, Thomas Rouse, MD and Brian Bennyworth, MD, MS
Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health, Indianapolis IN
33. Isolated Solid Organ Injuries in Children: To Bedrest or Not to Bedrest? That is the Question!
Jillian Walsh, MD, Pierre Schmit, and Natalie L. Yanchar, MD
IWK Health Centre, Halifax NS
34. Evaluating Variation in Process of Care Metrics for Critically Injured Pediatric Trauma Patients
Katherine Flynn-O’Brien, MD, MPH, Frederick P. Rivara, MD, MPH, Mary E. Fallat, MD, Tom B. Rice, MD, Christine Gall, DrPH, MS, RN
University of Washington, Seattle WA, University of Louisville, Louisville Kentucky, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee WI, SCL Health System, Denver CO
35. Impact of Simulation-Based Training on Perceived Provider Confidence in Acute Multidisciplinary Pediatric Trauma Resuscitation
Minna Wieck, MD, Alyssa Rake, MD, Rita V. Burke, PhD, MPH, Lissa C. Young, RN, BSN, CCRN, Todd P. Chang, MD, Elizabeth Cleek, RN, MS, CPNP, Inge Morton, RN, BSN, CPN, Catherine Goodhue MN, RN, CPNP, Jeffrey S. Upperman, MD and Aaron R. Jensen, MD, Med
Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, Los Angeles CA
4:00 pm – 4:30 pm Pediatric Trauma and Critical Illness Branch (PTCIB) Update
Ruth Brenner, MD, Bethesda, MD
4:30 pm – 6:00 pm Welcome Reception and Scientific Poster Competition
 
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2015
6:30 am – 3:00 pm Registration
6:30 am – 3:00 pm Speaker Ready Room
7:30 am – 12:30 pm EXHIBITS
7:30 am – 12:30 pm View Scientific Posters
7:00 am – 7:50 am Early Risers Sessions 3 & 4 – pre-registration required

Early Risers 3
How To Do Research in Trauma: A Crash Course

Moderator: Margot Daugherty, MSN, MEd., RN, Cincinnati OH
Speakers: Matthew Borgman, MD, Ft. Sam, Houston TX, Rita Burke, PhD, Los Angeles CA

Early Risers 4
Injury Prevention: Using Local Data to Guide Research

Moderator: Brendan T. Campbell, MD, MPH, Hartford CT
Speakers: Pina Violano, PhD, RN-BC, CCRN, CPS-T, New Haven CT, Steve Rogers, MD, Hartford CT
7:30 am – 8:30 am Continental Breakfast in Exhibit Hall
8:00 am – 9:00 am SCIENTIFIC SESSION 5
Moderators: Brett W. Engbrecht, MD, MPH, Hershey PA
David M. Notrica, MD, Phoenix AZ
36. Application of National Emergency X-Radiography Utilization Study (NEXUS) Criteria, the Canadian C-Spine Rule (CCR) and an Institutional Hybrid Model Among Children Aged 8 to 17 years in the Emergency Department: A Retrospective Review
Lesley Pepin, BA1, Sara Bressler, BA2, Jahn Avarello, MD1,3, Cameron Brenner, BA2, Alan Johnson, MD1,2, Yosef Dlugacz, PhD4, Jose Prince, MD1,3,6, Matthew Bank, MD1,5,6, Robert A Silverman, MD, MS1,2,6
1Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine, Hempstead NY; 2North Shore LIJ, Forest Hills NY; 3Cohen Children’s Medical Center, New Hyde Park NY; 4Krasnoff Institute of Quality Management, New Hyde Park NY; 5North Shore University Hospital, Manhasset NY; 6Feinstein Institute for Medical Research, Manhasset NY
37. Massive Transfusion in Pediatric Trauma: Analysis of the National Trauma Databank
Michelle Shroyer, MPH1, Russell Griffin, PhD2, Vincent Mortellaro, MD1, Robert T. Russell, MD, MPH1
1Children’s of Alabama, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham AL; 2School of Public Health, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham AL
38. Probability of Head CT Use in Non-Trauma Centers Compared to Pediatric Trauma Centers
Laura D. Cassidy, MS, PhD, Meredith Halling, MS, Allison Ertl, MS, Schuyler Schmidt, MS, Jonathan I. Groner, MD
Ohio Department of Health, Columbus OH, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee WI, Nationwide Children's Hospital, Columbus OH
39. A Comparison Between Non-Powder Gun and Powder-Gun Injuries in a Young Pediatric Population
Marielena Bachier-Rodriguez, MD and A. Feliz
University of Tennessee, Health Science Center, LeBonheur Children’s Hospital, Knoxville TN
40. Doxycycline Inhibits Hemorrhagic Shock Induced Fluid Leak and Derangements in Microvascular Endothelial Cells
Katie Wiggins-Dohlvik, MD, S Naqvi, K Granfor, C Anasooya Shaji, H Alluri, V Govande, MR Beeram, ML Davis and B Tharakan
Texas A&M Health Science Center, College of Medicine and Baylor Scott and White Health, Temple TX
41. Carseat Education for Parents: DVD-Based Social Learning vs. Traditional Didactic
Rebecca Ragar, MPH, Erin Kuroiwa, MHI, Angelica Baker, Sally Moffat, RN, MSN and David Notrica, MD
Phoenix Children’s Hospital, Phoenix AZ
9:15 am – 10:15 am SCIENTIFIC SESSION 6A – QUICK SHOTS
Moderators: Richard Kruse, DO, MBA Wilmington DE
Diane Hochstuhl, MSN, RN, NP-C, Wilmington DE
42. The Spleen Not Taken: Differences in Management and Outcomes of Blunt Splenic Injuries in Teenagers Cared For by Adult and Pediatric Trauma Teams in a Single Institution
Kristen Zeller MD, FACS, FAAP, Sean O'Connor, MD, Leah Sieren, MC, FACS, FAAP and Andrea Doud, MD
Wake Forest School of Medicine, Winston-Salem NC
43. The Role of Laproscopy and Thorascopy in Pediatric Trauma
Min Li Xu, MD, Joseph Lopez, MD, Whitney McBride, MD, Samir Pandya, MD, Gustavo Stringel, MD, MBA, Maria Fareri
Children’s Hospital, New York Medical College, New York NY
44. The Utilization of Angiography In Pediatric Blunt Trauma Patients
Stephen J. Fenton, MD, Kristin Sandoval, MA, Austin M. Stevens, RN, BSN and Eric R. Scaife, MD
University of Utah School of Medicine, Salt Lake City UT
45. Pediatric Neck Trauma: 14-Year Experience From an Urban Level 1 Pediatric Trauma Center
Robert Tessler, MD, UCSF East Bay, Huong Nguyen, BA, Christopher Newton, MD, James Betts, MD
Department of Surgery, San Francisco CA, UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland Pediatric Surgical Associates, Oakland CA
46. Does Having a "Blush" on CT With Splenic or Hepatic Injury From Blunt Abdominal Trauma Necessitate an Invasive Intervention?
Matthew T. Santore, MD, Martha E. Ingram
Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Atlanta GA
47. The Impact of a Displayed Checklist on Simulated Pediatric Trauma Resuscitations.
Erin Hulfish, MD, Glenn Stryjewski, MD, MPH, Maria Carmen G. Diaz, MD, FAAP, FACEP, Heather Sobolewski, MSN, RN-BC, Heather Kulp, MPH, BSN, Megan Feick
Alfred duPont Hospital for Children, Wilmington DE
48. Cervical Spine MRI Utilization for Identification of Cervical Spine Injuries Among Children With Non-Accidental Trauma
Amina M. Bhatia, MD, MS, Ahyuda Oh, MPH, PhD, Joshua J. Chern, MD, PhD
Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Emory University, Atlanta GA
49. Identifying Child Abuse: A Comparison of Non-Accidental vs. Accidental Trauma Victims
Rebecca Ragar, MPH, Crystal Silva, MPH, Stephanie Zimmerman, MD, Summer Magoteaux, RN, BSN, Nicole Schuren, LMSW, IMH-E (III), Amira El-Ahmadiyyah, LCSW, David M Notrica, MD, Pamela Garcia-Filion, PhD, MPHP
hoenix Children’s Hospital, Phoenix AZ
50. Transfer of Children with TBI for Definitive Care, Particularly Without Airway Control, is a Powerful Risk Factor for Mortality
Meredith Halling, MS, Laura D. Cassidy, MS, PhD, Allison Ertl, MS, Joseph H. Piatt, Jr, MD, Schuyler Schmidt, MS, Jonathan I. Groner, MD
Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee WI, A I duPont Hospital for Children, Wilmington DE, Ohio Department of Public Safety, Columbus OH, Nationwide Children's Hospital, Columbus OH
51. A Multidisciplinary Child Protective Team Improves the Care of Non-Accidental Trauma Patients
John M. Draus, Jr., MD and M. Carol Wright, RN
Kentucky Children’s Hospital, Lexington KY
9:15 am – 10:15 am SCIENTIFIC SESSION 6B – QUICK SHOTS
Moderators: Johanna Askegard-Giesmann, MD, Fargo ND
Milan Nadkarni, MD, Winston-Salem NC
52. Is the Highest Level of Trauma Activation Justified for Non-Powder Firearm Injuries?
LeeAnn Wurster, MS, RN, CPNP
Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Columbus OH
53. The Impact of Pre-Transfer CT Scans on Pediatric Trauma Outcomes
Ryan M. Antiel, MD, Stephanie F. Polites, MD, Aodhnait S. Fahy, BMBCh, PhD, Michael B. Ishitani, MD, Christopher R. Moir, MD, Martin D. Zielinski, MD
Mayo Clinic, Rochester MN
54. Pediatric Readiness: A Best Practice for Pediatric Trauma Care
Elizabeth Edgerton, MD, MPH, Director Division of Child, Adolescent and Family Health (DCAFH), Maternal and Child Health Bureau Health Resources and Services Administration, Washington DC; Katherine Remick, MD, FAAP, Dell Children's Medical Center, Austin TX; Diana Fendya, MSN(R), RN, EMS for Children Program National Resource Center Children's National Health System, Washington DC; Emily Sullivan, MPH, MS, EMS for Children Data Analyst Resource Center, Salt Lake City UT
55. Parent and Child Adjustment to Pediatric Burn Injuries
Adam Morris, PhD, Dylan Stewart, MD, Susan Ziegfeld, CRNP, Taryn Allen, PhD, Julie Michael, PhD, Carisa Perry-Parrish, PhD
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore MD
56. Rates and Risk Factors of Inter-Hospital Transfer Among Pediatric Major Trauma Patients in the U.S.
Jin Peng, MD, MS and Huiyun Xiang, MD, MPH, PhD
Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Columbus OH
57. The Spatial Epidemiology of Pediatric Trauma: A Statewide Assessment
Allison Ertl, MS, Yuhong Zhou, MS, ME, Kirsten Beyer, PhD, MPH, MS, Sergey Tarima, PhD, Jonathan I. Groner, MD, Laura D. Cassidy, MS, PhD
Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee WI
58. Training in “Trauma-Informed” Family-Centered Pediatric Care: Design and Implementation of Two Models
Julia Price, PhD, Nancy Kassam-Adams, PhD, Kristen L. Kohser, MSW, LSW and Meghan Marsac, PhD
Nemours/Alfred I duPont Hospital for Children, Wilmington DE
59. Factors Associated with Inter-Facility Transfer of Pediatric Burn Patients in U.S. Emergency Departments
Sarah Johnson, BA, Junxin Shi, MD, PhD, Huiyun Xiang, MD, MPH, PhD, Jonathan Groner, MD, Rajan K. Thakkar, MD, Renata Fabia, MD, PhD, Gail Besner, MD and Krista K. Wheeler, MS
Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Columbus OH
60. Surgical Management of Traumatic Bowel Injuries in the Pediatric Population: Experience Over 7 Years
Simone Langness, MD1, R. Lizardo2, K Davenport3, T. Fairbanks3, J. Grabowski4
1University of California, San Diego CA; 2Navy Medical Center, San Diego CA; 3Rady Children’s Hospital, San Diego CA; 4Lurie Children’s Hospital, Chicago IL
61. Outcomes of Pediatric Trauma Patients Admitted to a Surgical vs. General Pediatric Service
Bryanna Emr, MD, Jennifer Stanger, MD and Tamer Ahmed, MD
SUNY Upstate Medical University, New York NY
10:15 am – 10:45 am Break in Exhibit Hall
10:45 am – 11:30 am Presidential Address
"Alone We Can Do So Little: Together We Can Do So Much"

Richard Falcone Jr., MD, MPH, Cincinnati OH
PTS President
Objective: The participants will recognize the impact of multidisciplinary collaboration in improving trauma outcomes for children.
Moderator: Robert Letton Jr., MD, Oklahoma City, OK
11:30 am – 12:30 pm PTS Membership Meeting (Members Only)
11:30 am – 1:15 pm Lunch Break (on own)
1:15 pm – 2:00 pm Case Study
Managing Multiple Pediatric Burns: From the Field to Burn Center, With Stops along the Way

Moderator: Melanie Stroud, MBA, RN, Oakland CA
Speakers: Marvin Wayne, MD, Bellingham WA, Milan Nadkarni, MD, Winston-Salem NC, Christopher Streck, MD, Charleston SC
2:00 pm – 2:30 pm Case Study
Childress Institute for Pediatric Trauma Update

Moderator: Lynn Haas, MSN, RN, Cincinnati OH
Speaker: Bob Gfeller, MBA, Childress Institute for Pediatric Trauma Executive Director, Winston-Salem, NC
2:30 pm – 3:15 pm Papers That Should Change Your Practice, A Year in Review of Pediatric Trauma
Moderator: Robert Letton Jr., MD, Oklahoma City OK
Speakers: Richard Kruse, DO, MBA, Wilmington DE, Marc Auerbach, MD, New Haven CT, Garet Free, BBA, NRP, PF-C, CCP-C, Austin TX, Joseph H. Piatt, Jr, MD, Wilmington DE
3:15 pm Closing Remarks and Poster Award Presentation
Robert Letton Jr., MD, Oklahoma City, OK
PTS President-Elect