29th Annual Abby Stoddard Lectureship
The Abby Stoddard Lectureship and Visiting Professorship at Children's Hospital Colorado provides faculty physicians, residents, fellows, nurses and other healthcare providers from Children's Hospital and throughout the Rocky Mountain Region healthcare community an opportunity to observe and discuss the latest clinical cases in pediatric neurology, neuroradiology, childhood stroke, hematology, pediatric neuro-intensive care, and rehabilitation.
This education program is intended for physicians, fellows, residents, students, mid-level providers and nurses who have an interest in pediatric neurology.
At the conclusion of this conference, participants should be able to
- List common disorders in infants and children who present with abnormal muscle tone and understand specific aspects of a detailed history and physical examination that can indicate the localization in either the peripheral or central nervous system.
- Identify and discuss the different categories of movement and ataxic disorders and list specific disorders that are most likely the source of abnormal patient movements and incoordination.
- Define the spectrum of specific neurological disorders that occur frequently or uniquely in Navajo Native Americans, and define social and cultural issues that are important for communicating with patients and their families.
- List current genetic testing as well as possible therapeutic interventions for Duchenne muscular dystrophy and other neuromuscular disorders.
- Describe specific manifestations of severe emotional distress, sadness and chronic grief in family members of children who suffer from severe neurological disease and disability, and better understand methods to communicate more effectively with patients and families about severe emotionally distressing medical information.
The program agenda will be released shortly, please check back soon!
John Bodensteiner, MD
Former Consultant, Child and Adolescent Neurology
Former Professor of Neurology and Pediatrics
John Bodensteiner is a graduate of Luther College (BA, 66) and the University of Iowa (MD, 71). Internship and Pediatric residency at LACUSCMC (Los Angeles Children’s Hospital), Neurology and Pediatric Neurology at the University of Iowa and a Clinical Neuromuscular Disease Fellowship at the Mayo Clinic. Faculty positions have included University of Oklahoma, West Virginia University, Indiana University, the William Pilcher Chair of Pediatric Neurology at the Children’s Health Center & Barrow Neurological Institute in Phoenix. Currently he is retired, but most recently was a consultant at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN.
Dr. Bodensteiner has been active in Child Neurology in the US having served as President of the Child Neurology Society, (2006-2007), the Professors of Child Neurology (President 1995-6), Southern Pediatric Neurology Society (President 1988-90, 1998-2000), and a Director of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (2014-).
Dr. Bodensteiner has contributed more than 450 papers, abstracts, chapters, reviews, and commentaries to the literature covering a variety of subjects related to clinical aspects of Pediatric Neurology. He serves on the editorial board of several journals, as Senior Associate Editor of the Journal of Child Neurology and the Founding Editor of Seminars in Pediatric Neurology.
Planners, faculty, and others in control of content (either individually or as a group) have no relevant financial relationships with ineligible companies.
We are excited to host a hybrid learning format for this year’s Abby Stoddard Lectureship in Child Neurology Conference -- while signing up for this event, please select your preferred attendance option.
Upon completion of the registration process, you will receive a confirmation email, and then there is nothing further to do until the day of the conference!
If you are a virtual learner, please join the conference on the days of the event using the Zoom links that will be provided to you via email the week of the conference. You will then be prompted to sign-in and given further instructions on how to complete the activity and obtain your continuing education credits.
For virtual learners, a computer with audio and/or video, and internet connection are required to participate.