Winter 2017 Publications Catalog Page 30 AAP Journals & Periodicals

AAP JOURNALS & PERIODICALS 30 Order at shop.aap.org/journals or call toll-free 888/227-1770. ALL PRICING AND SPECIFICATIONS IN THIS CATALOG ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. Support Pediatric Research for Better Clinical Care. Subscribe Today. AAP JOURNALS & PERIODICALS AAP Institutional Licensing Provide anytime, anywhere access for all staffmembers and SAVE! To learn more about institutional site licenses, e-mail institutions@aap.org or go to aaplibrary.org. Pediatrics Official journal of the AAP and world's leading resource of original research, reviews, commentaries, policy statements, clinical practice guidelines, and special supplements. "I always look forward to receiving Pediatrics because there is so much applicable to my busy university hospital clinic." -Moshe D. Roberts, MD, Resident Member Online and Print Nonmember: $209 Online-Only Nonmember: $159 shop.aap.org/Pediatrics AAP News Official newsmagazine of the AAP and trusted source for key advancements in the field of pediatrics. " AAP News reports daily on critical issues for the practicing clinician. The official newsmagazine of the AAP and trusted source for key advancements in the field of pediatrics." - Donald L Shifrin, MD, FAAP Online and Print Nonmember: $95 Online-Only Nonmember: $75 shop.aap.org/AAP-News www.aapnews.org Volume 38 Number 1 January 2017 Washington Report Dr. Kraft will be 2018 AAP president by Alyson Sulaski Wyckoff Associate Editor Colleen A. Kraft, M.D., FAAP, was waiting in her Cincinnati office along with about 30 colleagues when the call came on Nov. 22. On the phone was AAP President Benard P. Dreyer, M.D., FAAP, who informed Dr. Kraft that she was voted AAP presi- dent-elect. She will serve as president for one year beginning Jan. 1, 2018, and follow AAP President Fernando Stein, M.D., FAAP, who took office Jan. 1, 2017. Dr. Kraft ran against Michael T. Brady, M.D., FAAP, of Columbus, Ohio. See 2018 AAP president, page 7 In this issue Mental health care liability risks As more patients receive treatment for mental health and sub- stance use problems in the medical home, pediatricians face a potentially significant but manageable liability. Page 18 Safe donor milk for low birthweight infants Offering human milk to very low birthweight infants as their primary source of nutrition is seen as a major advance in decreasing morbidity, according to a new AAP policy. Page 28 See IEPs vs. 504, page 4 Dr. Kraft by Devin Miller Washington Correspondent With the 115th Congress and the Trump admin- istration taking office this month, the Academy will position itself as the leading voice for children in the nation's capital. In February, AAP chapter leaders from across the country will travel to Washington, D.C., to meet with their congressional delegations, intro- duce themselves to newly elected legislators and outline the Academy's federal child health policy priorities. This event, funded by AAP Friends of Children Fund, will take place at a critical time when legislators are setting their policy agendas for the months ahead and weighing their top priorities. Under the incoming Trump administration, Re- publicans retained their majority control in both the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representa- tives. In the Senate, Republicans hold 52 seats to Democrats' 48 seats. As a result of the November elections, Democrats gained two Senate seats with the victories of Maggie Hassan (D-N.H.) and Tam- my Duckworth (D-Ill.) but not enough to sway the majority. Across Capitol Hill in the House, Republicans will outnumber Democrats 241-194. To advance any items up for consideration in this chamber, 218 votes will be needed. In the Senate, 60 votes will be needed to advance most legislation due to the filibuster option that allows a legislator to delay a vote on a bill through continued debate or discussion. In this scenario, 60 senators must vote to end debate on the bill. Sixty votes also will be the key threshold for appointing nominees to the U.S. Supreme Court, deemed a priority for the first 100 days of the Trump ad- ministration. IEPs vs. 504 plans Pediatrician's office often first stop for families navigating educational issues by Kristy Kennedy Correspondent A school principal was pushing for a kindergart- ner diagnosed with Prader-Willi syndrome to attend school in a regular classroom, despite a report from Jeffrey K. Okamoto, M.D., FAAP, explaining the se- verity of the boy's developmental delays and behav- ioral issues caused in part by constant hunger pangs. Teachers would have had to address the delays and significant behavior issues such as the likelihood of the boy trying to eat nonfood items. Dr. Okamoto intervened by further explaining the complications of the syndrome, and a special education plan was devel- oped that included having the boy attend school in a special education or self-contained classroom. Had the boy started school without the plan, "I think it would have been a wasted six months for that child," A new AAP clinical report, Clinical Tools to Assess Asthma Control in Children , can help clinicians integrate standardized asthma control measures into practice. See page 15 By the numbers: Introducing the 115th Congress See Washington Report, page 3 Take control of asthma in your practice AAP News photo by Jeff Knox M.D., FAAP, wh Dr. Kraft that she was voted dent-elect. 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" Hospital Pediatrics is the best place to get articles essential to the hospitalized child. It keeps me up-to-date with current and changing practices." -Kendria Hall, MD, FAAP Online and Print Nonmember: $120 Member: $95 AAP Section on Hospital Medicine Benefit Online-Only Nonmember: $95 Member: $75 shop.aap.org/Hospital-Pediatrics JU ET AL Communicat Comm m mu u un nic ca at Com mm m mu u un nic cat t Communication With L io on n n W io on n W ion n W im English-Proficient t Fam t F i fi the PICU ZURCA ET AL ZURCA ET A T AL L T A AL AL A AL Care Var Varia Care Vari C Car Care Va V Va ar ria Var C Ca Car ar re V Va ar ri ia ria a ria Car are Varia re Var V Varia r Variatio o on n ns a a an nd t ti t ti t Outcomes f m me e f mes mes f me e f m me e f m me for r or C Chil ldre o i o i o n Hospitalized W With h Bacte W h W Tracheosto T Trache racheo racheost ach heosto o acheos Tr racheos a ach cheost h heos e eo o heo cheo cheos s st heost my y- -A Ass s so ocia s t Respirator p y In nf f fect t ti io t y ns RUSSELL ET T T AL T T AL LL E L LL L A Parent Pre P Par a arent Pre r rent P ent P re e ent P re en nt t r re en nt t P re en nt t P f fer re e enc c ce es f c o M di l E Me Medical Er M Medical Er e edical Er di edic di ed dical ror r Dis sclo r su A Qualitat A A Q Q Qu A Qualitat A Q A Qualitat A Q A Qualitat A Qua u Q iv v ve e S S Stud dy iv v ve iv ve iv ve COFFEY ET AL O OFFEY ET AL FFEY E ET COFFEY ET AL OF CO CO NeoReviews is supported, in part, through an educational grant from Abbott Nutrition, a division of Abbott Laboratories, Inc. AUGUST 2015 Vol. 16 No. 8 www.neoreviews.org Relative Adrenal Insufficiency in Premature Infants: State of the Art Bioethical and Regulatory Issues in Newborn Medical Research Index of Suspicion in the Nursery Case 1: Preterm Neonate With Isolated Fetal Ascites Bo!Pgdjbm!Kpvsobm!pg!uif!Bnfsjdbo!Bdbefnz!pg!Qfejbusjdt TM Premature State of Bio oe e eth o oe o oe o Regulato or Regula o or o or Regul Regu Regul o R Regu Re e Re Reg g gu u g y I Newbo o orn Ne o Ne N Ne N R Inde e ex x o of f of Su the N Nu urs s sery eterm m Ne eo o ona olate ed d Fe eta R in Pre Is 2017 NeoReviews Included with the NeoReviewsPlus Self-Assessment Package The official AAP CME journal for neonatologists and NICU nurses, with clinical reviews, case reports, legal briefs, and visual diagnosis. 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