About the Meeting
The 3rd Annual PRISM Meeting: Pediatric Research in Sports Medicine will be held on January 28-30, 2016 in San Diego, CA, United States at the Hilton San Diego Resort and Spa and is organised by the UC San Diego School of Medicine, Continuing Medical Education Program.
The 3rd PRISM Meeting is designed to provide high-quality dissemination of information in the basic sciences, prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and technical advances in the multi-disciplinary areas of sports medicine for children and adolescents. The Scientific Program Committee has worked hard to provide a diverse, innovative and well-rounded program while incorporating feedback from last year’s meeting. As a result, we offer you two full days filled with learning opportunities, engaging top experts and collaboration opportunities.
To foster and stimulate interdisciplinary professional education, research and interest in pediatric and adolescent sports medicine and, in this regard, to promote and participate in high-quality research and the advancement of understanding in the field of pediatric and adolescent sports medicine.
Includes developmental and other pediatricians, orthopedic and neuro-surgeons, family physicians, physical and occupational therapists, orthotists, rehab engineers, athletic trainers, coaches, kinesiologists, nutritionists, educators, administrators, researchers, and all others concerned with pediatric and adolescent sports medicine.
- Increase member and non-member competence in pediatric and adolescent sports medicine
- Promote the highest possible standards in clinical orthopaedic surgery, physical therapy, primary care, athletic training, etc. practices for pediatric and adolescent sports medicine
- Promote the highest possible standards in clinical physical therapy practice
- Provide the target audience with a forum for the exchange of ideas and methodologies in the field of pediatric and adolescent sports medicine and related medical and basic sciences
- Increase the body of knowledge existing in the field of pediatric and adolescent sports medicine
- Provide educational opportunities to members in all aspects of pediatric and adolescent sports medicine
- Provide an ongoing assessment of the impact of the PRISM CME Program and make modifications to existing activities and develop new activities as appropriate.
- Team Coverage - Sideline Emergencies,
- Team Coverage - ATC - What's in My Bag?
- Team Coverage - Concussion: Assessment Tools in 2016
- Team Coverage - How is College/Pro Coverage Different than HS
- GH Instability - Failed AS Bankart -> Repeat AS, Open Repair, Latarjet
- Simplifying the Shoulder MRI/MRA
- Shoulder Rehab Principles
- UCL - Does Every Tear Really Need a Tommy John?
- Elbow OCD Tx: What Does the Evidence Tell Us Right Now
- Elbow Rehab Principles
- Which Shoulder PE Maneuvers Should I Really Be Using and When?
- Reducing a GH Dislocation on the Field/Sideline
- Should Kids be Getting Cortisone Injections?
- Should Anyone Get PRP/BMAC Injections?
- US Techniques in the Shoulder, Elbow
- Elbow and Shoulder Brace Options in 2017
- Clavicle Shaft - Plate, IM Nail
- Acute AC Joint - Suture-Based Repair
- Chronic AC Joint - Graft Reconstruction
- UCL - Interference Screw
- Primary GH Instability Episode - Fix, Rehab
- In-Competition GH Reduction - Can Send Back Out There
- In-Competition GH Reduction - They're Always Done
- Type 3 AC Separation - Fix, Rehab
- Post-Concussion RTP - Exertional Sx is the Key
- Post-Concussion RTP - Impact Scores Tell Us More
- Medial Epicondyle Fx in Non-Thrower/Gymnast - Fix, Rehab
- Basic Principles & 5 Things Everyone Should Know About: Gait Analysis, a Metabolic Bone Workup, Nutrition/Supplements in 2016
- Thinking Outside of FAI - More Rare Hip Arthroscopy Indications & Illustrative Cases
- My Most Challenging 3 Hip Scope Cases (and What I Learned)
- How We Do RTP Evaluation After ACL-R at BCH (Technological Resources & Clinical Takeaways), HSS, CCMC
- Exertional Compartment Syndrome: Should We Really Be Doing Fasciotomies? If So, How Can We Do Better?
- Should We Be Scoping When We Stabilize? A Literature Review
- My Most Challenging 3 Ankle Instability Cases (and What I Learned)
- Ankle Rehab: Dispelling Common Myths & 5 Things Everyone Should Know
- 10 Things We Wish the Surgeons I Work With Did/Knew Better - PT Perspective, ATC Perspective, Primary Care SM MD Perspective, MSK Radiologist
- 20 Things We Wish the ATCs (5), PTs (5), MSK-R's (5), and Primary Care SM MDs (5) I Work With Did/Knew Better
- Interactive Discussion - the Future of Multi-Disciplinary PRISM Collaboration
- Study Group Updates: Where are We with Multi-Center Research in 2016 and Where Should PRISM Go in the Future?
- Meniscus Repair: We Should Be Doing Inside-Out for Kids (Literature Review & Technical Pearls)
- Meniscus Repair: Inside-out is Just as Good (Literature Review & Technical Pearls)
- Return to Play After ACL: 6-9 Months isFfair…They May Never Normalize
- Return to Play After ACL You Owe It to the Athletet To Wait Until Parameters are Normal/Symmetric
- Indications for FAI: No Adolescents Should Go to Surgery Without a Positive Intra-Articular Injection
- Indications for FAI: Most MRIs Can Show Us Injections Are Just Delaying the Inevitable, Adding Cost and Morbidity
- Rehab for Reconstructions/Repairs in the Knee: NWB/TDWB is the Worst thing You Can Do
- Rehab for Reconstructions/Repairs in the Knee: NWB/TDWB is a Necessary Evil with Adolescents
PRISM Board of Directors
- President: Hank Chambers, MD – Clinical Orthopedic Surgery, University of California at San Diego, CA
- First Vice President: Mininder Kocher, MD – Division of Sports Medicine Boston Children's Hospital and Orthopaedic Surgery, Harvard Medical School
- Second Vice President: Kevin Shea, MD – St. Luke's Children's Hospital Boise, ID
- Treasurer: Theodore Ganley, MD – The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA
- Secretary: Andrew Gregory, MD – Orthopedics and Pediatrics, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine Nashville, TN
- Director at large: John Polousky, MD – St. Luke's Children's Hospital Boise, ID
It is the policy of the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine to ensure balance, independence, objectivity and scientific rigor. All persons involved in the selection, development and presentation of content are required to disclose any real or apparent conflicts of interest. All conflicts of interest will be resolved prior to an educational activity being delivered to learners through one of the following mechanisms: 1) altering the financial relationship with the commercial interest, 2) altering the individual’s control over CME content about the products or services of the commercial interest, and/or 3) validating the activity content through independent peer review. All persons are also required to disclose any discussions of off label/unapproved uses of drugs or devices. Persons who refuse or fail to disclose will be disqualified from participating in the CME activity.
Cultural and Linguistic Competency
This activity is in compliance with California Assembly Bill 1195 which requires continuing medical education activities with patient care components to include curriculum in the subjects of cultural and linguistic competency. Cultural competency is defined as a set of integrated attitudes, knowledge, and skills that enables health care professionals or organizations to care effectively for patients from diverse cultures, groups, and communities. Linguistic competency is defined as the ability of a physician or surgeon to provide patients who do not speak English or who have limited ability to speak English, direct communication in the patient’s primary language. Cultural and linguistic competency was incorporated into the planning of this activity. Additional resources can be found on the UC San Diego CME website.