Thank you for attending the Hot Topics in Pediatrics on May 12, 2017.

We value your feedback and will incorporate it into planning for next year's conference. Thank you. 

* 1. How would you rate your overall satisfaction with this CME activity?

* 2. How would you rate your overall satisfaction with individual sessions?

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Planning Ahead: What do Minnesota's Changes Mean for Pediatrics?
Susan Brower, MN State Demographer
Practical Tools to Address Poverty in the Blinic: Bridge to Benefits, Food Insecurity and Reach out and Read.
Stephanie Hoganson, Children's Defense Fund; Rachel Tellez, MD, Park Nicollet; Nathan Chomilo, MD, Park Nicollet
Implicit Bias: Change Begins With Us: Stories from the Field.
Michelle Van Ryn, Partners in Equity and Inclusion

Screening for Social Determinants of Health (NowPow Pilots)
Ellie Zuehlke, MPH, Director of Community and Benefit Engagement, Allina; Nicole Truniger, Allina Pediatrics Clinic Coon Rapids Manager
Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptives (LARC) -- Beyond the Myth, More Than Just Uterus
Shanda Dorff, MD, HealthPartners
Child Abuse Expert Panel
Alice Swenson, MD, Mark Hudson, MD, Nancy Harper, MD, Sarah Lucken, MD, Terrance Stark.
Supporting Babies by Screening Mamas
Brian Lynch, MD, Mayo Clinic and Tessa Wetjen, Minnesota Department of Health
Foster Care: Addressing Continuity
Amelia Burgess, MD
Trauma-Informed Care in Pediatrics
L. Read Sulik, MD, PrairieCare
Growing up with an Autism Spectrum Disorder: What to Expect at Times of Transition
Elizabeth Reeve, MD, HealthPartners and Gillette
Updates from the Governor's Children's Cabinet
Melvin Carter and Kelly Monson
Student/Resident Abstract Competition 
Annual Dinner: "Playing Fair: What Kids Can Teach Policy Makers about Equity"
The Theater of Public Policy, Anne Edwards, MD, and Ed Ehlinger, MD, Commissioner of MDH

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I learned new knowledge and skills from this activity.
Improve clinical practice by incorporating major new developments to clinical pediatric care

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