Sep 22, 2022 | News

FCAAP is proud to announce the winners of the popular competitions featured at the Future of Pediatric Practice 2022 (FPP2022), held at Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club Resorts Sept. 2 – 4! Participants from across Florida and the entire nation competed in a variety of competitions for both residents and medical students designed to highlight their medical skills and expertise.

Resident Forum

Residents were front and center at FPP2022, and our traditional Resident Forum was bigger and better than ever! The Resident Forum featured three exciting competitions: Poster Presentations, the FCAAP Brain Bowl, and the brand new Sim Wars Competition.

Poster Presentation Winners

First Place Poster winners:

Case Report
Dr. Kimberlee Persaud
Memorial Healthcare System Pediatric Residency Program at JDCH
Presentation: A Case of Purulent Pericarditis Caused by Haemophilus influenzae in an Unvaccinated Pediatric Patient

Original Research
Dr. Ayodeji Otufowora
University of Florida College of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics
Presentation: Current opioid misuse among justice-involved children: the effect of adverse childhood experiences

Quality Improvement
Dr. Jacqueline O’Donoghue
Orlando Health Pediatric Residency at Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children
Presentation: Increasing class attendance for “All About Baby: prenatal classes by transitioning to a virtual platform at Winnie Palmer Hospital

2022 Brain Bowl Champs

Nicklaus Children’s Hospital
Drs. Eva Glenn, Daniela Aguilar, Ricardo Vega

Inaugural Sim Wars Champs

University of Florida Pediatric Residency — Pensacola
Drs. Aline Andrucioli, Hemanthi Veligaram, Monica Garcia, Pallavi Agarwal

Medical Student Research Forum

More than 70 medical students participated in the Pediatric Medical Student Research Forum, sponsored by the University of Florida Department of Pediatrics, displaying a superior level of research in both the platform and poster presentations. Special recognition goes to the following medical students for their fine work!

Oral Presentations:

First Place
Nikitha Damisetty
University of Missouri Kansas City
Investigating the role of Ciclesonide in Neural Stem Cell Biology: A Safer Alternative to Betamethasone for Pre-term Birth

Second Place
Myabi Saito
University of Virginia School of Medicine
Safe Implementation of Evidence-Based Nutritional Rehabilitation for Hospitalized Adolescents with Eating Disorders

Third Place
Colton Brown
University of Florida College of Medicine
10-Year analysis of 183 Heart Transplants in Pediatric and Congenital Heart Disease

Third Place
Lauren Aycock
University of Florida College of Medicine
Transgender Healthcare Restrictions and Their Impact on LGBTQIA+ Youth

Poster presentations

First Place
Mharlove Andre
MassGeneral Hospital for Children
Factors Affecting Increased Post-Operative Opioid Prescriptions in Children Determining Safety and Predictive Success of Baked Egg Oral Food Challenges in Infants/Toddlers

Second Place
Kaylin Beiter
Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center
National Medicaid Insurance Formulary Coverage of Isotretinoin: An Assessment of Potential Disparities in Access to Pediatric Dermatology Healthcare

Third Place
Beau Mansker
Indiana University School of Medicine
Prevalence of children with obesity in a weight management program who live in food deserts in Indiana and associated social determinants of health

Congratulations to all our FPP2022 competition winners and participants!

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