American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry 66th Annual Session Walt Disney Dolphin Hotel Orlando, Florida General Assembly and Awards Recognition Sunday, May 26, 2013



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American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry

66th Annual Session
Walt Disney Dolphin Hotel

Orlando, Florida
General Assembly and

Awards Recognition

Sunday, May 26, 2013

9:30 – 11:30 a.m.

Southern Hemisphere Ballroom 1/2

Procedural Information


2013 General Assembly Agenda
2012 General Assembly Minutes


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OPEN FORUM AND REFERENCE COMMITTEE

HEARINGS AND REPORTS
Constitution and Bylaws amendments and proposed changes/additions to oral health policies and clinical guidelines of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry will be the subject matter for the Reference Committee hearings at the Annual Session.

Recommendations from the Constitution and Bylaws Committee concerning Bylaws amendments were published and mailed to members in the March 2013 PDT, pp. 12-14, and are also available on the AAPD website. Recommendations from the Council on Clinical Affairs concerning oral health policies and clinical guidelines have been available under “Latest News” in the Members-Only section of the AAPD website (www.aapd.org) since April 10, 2013. All members were alerted to this availability via the AAPD E-News edition of April 19, 2013. All council and committee annual reports will be available on CD upon registration in Orlando.


There will be an Open Forum for members concerning the proposed governance recommendations, on Saturday, May 25, 2013 from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. in Southern Hemisphere 1/2 of the Dolphin Hotel. This will be immediately followed by the Reference Committee hearings from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. in the same room (Southern Hemisphere 1/2 of the Dolphin Hotel). Members are strongly encouraged to attend. Non-members may attend, but will be polled and asked to identify themselves by the chair, and are not allowed to comment. The Reference Committees are intended to be the venue for member discussion on any formal resolutions that will be proposed before the General Assembly. This is an opportunity for members to present testimony on proposed oral health policies and clinical guidelines, and other business to come before the General Assembly.
Reference Committee Reports will be available in the back of Southern Hemisphere 1/2 of the Dolphin Hotel beginning at 8:30 a.m. on Sunday morning May 26, 2013 prior to the beginning of the General Assembly and Awards Recognition at 9:30 a.m. If available in time, copies will also be provided at District Caucuses on Saturday, May 25, 2013 from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m.

GENERAL ASSEMBLY AND AWARDS RECOGNITION


The General Assembly and Awards Recognition will take place on Sunday, May 26, 2013 from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. in Southern Hemisphere 1/2 of the Dolphin Hotel. The General Assembly is a meeting of Active and Life members for the purposes of conducting the business of the AAPD. Final action on recommendations from Reference Committees takes place at the General Assembly. An agenda for the General Assembly meeting was be posted under “Latest News” in the Members-Only section of the AAPD Web site (www.aapd.org) on May 1, 2013. All members were alerted to this availability via AAPD E-News.



1. Call to Order

President, Joel H. Berg







2. Approval of Minutes of 65th Annual Session, San Diego (attached)

President, Joel H. Berg







3. Nominations Committee (additional nominations from the floor)
Nominees

President-Elect: Edward H. Moody, Jr.

Vice President: Robert L. Delarosa

Secretary-Treasurer: Jade Miller

Trustee At-Large: Jessica Y. Lee

American Board of Pediatric Dentistry Director: Jeffrey C. Mabry




Chair, John R. Liu







4. Announcement of Tellers and Distribution of Election Ballots

President, Joel H. Berg







5. Report from the ADA President-elect

Charles H. Norman

Greensboro, N.C.









6. Report of the AAPD President

Joel H. Berg







7. Report of the HSHC/AAPD Foundation President

David K. Curtis







8. Report of the AAPD PAC Steering Committee Chair

Lewis A. Kay







9. Report of the Chief Executive Officer

John S. Rutkauskas







10. Reports of Reference Committees










A. Budget and Finance Committee

1. Informational report on FY 2013-14 budget



Chair, Robert L. Delarosa







B. Council on Clinical Affairs

Chair, Sara L. Filstrup


Approve/Reaffirm Existing Definitions, Oral Health Policies and Clinical Guidelines as Presented:

a) Guideline on Fluoride Therapy

b) Policy on Interim Therapeutic Restorations (ITR)

c) Policy on Prevention of Sports-related Orofacial Injuries

d) Policy on Minimizing Occupational Health Hazards Associated With Nitrous Oxide

e) Guideline on Use of Nitrous Oxide for Pediatric Dental Patients

f) Policy on Model Dental Benefits for Infants, Children, Adolescents,

and Individuals With Special Health Care Needs

g) Guideline on Periodicity of Examination, Preventive Dental Services, Anticipatory Guidance/Counseling, and Oral Treatment for Infants, Children, and Adolescents

h) Policy on the Role of Pediatric Dentists as Both Primary and Specialty Care Providers

i) Policy on Patient Safety

j) Policy on the Ethical Responsibility to Treat or Refer

k) Guideline on Dental Management of Heritable Dental Developmental Anomalies

l) Guideline on Dental Management of Pediatric Patients Receiving

Chemotherapy, Hematopoietic Cell Transplantation, and/or

Radiation

m) Policy on Stem Cells

n) Policy on Use of Fluoride


Approve new Definitions, Oral Health Policies, Clinical Guidelines, or Endorsements on the following topics:

a) Policy on the Use of Lasers

b) Guideline on Protective Stabilization for Pediatric Dental Patients





C. Constitution and Bylaws Committee1


Chair, Edward H. Moody, Jr.

  1. Updated parliamentary reference

  2. International student membership category

  3. Governance proposals

    1. Consolidation of districts I and II

    2. AAPD complimentary service for collecting district and state dues

    3. Modification of tripartite provision

    4. Modification of ADA membership provision

    5. Board certification as alternative criteria for active membership




11. Election Results (if necessary)

President, Joel H. Berg







12. Unfinished Business

President, Joel H. Berg







13. New Business


President, Joel H. Berg

  1. Awards recognition

1. 3M ESPE Preventive Pediatric Dentistry Postdoctoral Research Fellowships


2. NuSmile Graduate Student Research Awards (GSRA)
Wai-Yin Chan – University of Washington Children's Hospital, Seattle, WA

Basma Dabbagh – McGill University Children's Hospital, Toronto, ON, Canada

Fehmida Z. Dosani – University of Texas Health Sciences Center-Houston, TX

Jeremy Horst – University of California, San Francisco, CA

Kaitlin E. Lee – University of Texas Health Science Center-San Antonio, TX

Jennifer McCafferty – Dublin Dental University Hospital, Dublin, Ireland

Aimee J. Picard –University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

Carrie Tsai – University of California, San Francisco, CA


3. Ralph E. McDonald Award: to be announced
4. My Kids Dentist Research Poster Competition winners: to be announced
5. Paul P. Taylor Award:
B Howley, NS Seale, AG McWhorter, C Kerins, KB Boozer, and D Lindsey. Pulpotomy versus Pulpectomy for Carious Vital Primary Incisors: Randomized Controlled Trial. 2012;34(5): 112-119E.
6. 2013-14 Samuel D. Harris Research and Policy Fellow: to be announced
7. Pediatric Dental Residents Committee Resident Recognition Award: to be announced
8. American Board of Pediatric Dentistry (ABPD) Awards – Recognition by Jenny Ison Stigers, President, ABPD Board of Directors
2012-2013 Pugh Award Recipients:



  • Belinda Campbell, Broomfield, CO – Virginia Commonwealth University

  • Tabitha Chng, Singapore – University of Toronto

  • Michelle Chung, Cumming, GA – Children’s National Medical Center

  • Kari Cwiak, Hampton, VA – Lutheran Medical Center

  • Raha Ghafurian, Conchohocken, PA – Yale-New Haven Children’s Hospital

  • Lauren Gutenberg, Beaumont, CA – Loma Linda University

  • Joseph Jackson, Las Cruces, NM – Ohio State University

  • Jessica Lee Hertig, Denver CO – Bronx Lebanon

  • Breanne Reid, Harrisburg, PA – UCLA

  • Brianne Shanley, Lancaster, PA – St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children

  • Erin Shope, Rochester, NY – University of Rochester, Eastman

  • Laura Sullivan, St. Augustine, FL – University of Florida

  • Donald Turner, Greenville, SC – Medical University of South Carolina

  • Stephanie Werner, Lexington, KY – University of Kentucky

  • Andrew Zale, Pottstown, PA – Virginia Commonwealth University




  1. Installation of 2013-14 officers and trustees for AAPD, HSHC, and ABPD-

Jerome B. Miller

C. Presentation of plaques to outgoing officers, board members, and chairs of councils and committees


a. Jessica Y. Lee, Parliamentarian

b. Mario E. Ramos, Trustee-at-Large

c. Man Wai Ng, District I Trustee

d. James D. Nickman, District IV Trustee

e. Lewis A, Kay, AAPD Political Action Committee Steering Committee, Chair

f. Richard P. Mungo, AAPD Political Action Committee Steering Committee, Vice Chair

g. K. Jean Beauchamp, AAPD Political Action Committee Steering Committee, Assistant Treasurer

h. Reneida E. Reyes, AAPD Political Action Committee Steering Committee, District 1 Representative

i. Neophytos L. Savide, AAPD Political Action Committee Steering Committee, District 4 Representative

j. Edward H. Moody, Jr., Council on Annual Session, Chair

k. Carlos A. Bertot, Council on Annual Session, Local Arrangements Committee, Co-chair

l. Rachelle Dermody, Council on Annual Session, Local Arrangements Committee, Co-chair

m. Indru C. Punwani, Council on Scientific Affairs, Chair

n. Jenny Ison Stigers, Task Force on Strengthening the Science in AAPD’s Guidelines and Journals, Chair

o. Scott W. Cashion, Task Force on Governance, Chair








14. Remarks from Incoming President

Warren A. Brill







15. Adjournment




 


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MINUTES of the

American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry

General Assembly of the 65th Annual Session
San Diego Marriott Hotel and Marina

San Diego, California

San Diego Ballroom A-C
Sunday, May 27, 2012

9:30 – 11:30 AM

I. Approval of Minutes of 64th Annual Session, New York, New York
Action

The minutes of the 64thAnnual Session General Assembly were approved.



II. Nominations Committee (additional nominations from the floor)
Action

President Haugseth appointed the following members to serve as tellers if needed:

Jade Miller (chair), Sarat Thikkurissy, Courtney Alexander, Jeffrey Miles Mazzawi
The Nominations Committee presented recommendations for the 2012-13 slate of officers. There were no nominations from the floor. Therefore, the General Assembly considered the slate as presented by the Nominations Committee. The president called for a voice vote for each office individually as listed below:


  • President-Elect: Warren A. Brill

  • Vice President: Edward H. Moody, Jr.

  • Secretary-Treasurer: Robert L. Delarosa

  • Academic Trustee At-Large: Catherine B. Flaitz

  • American Board of Pediatric Dentistry Director: William Greenhill


Action

Each nominee was approved unanimously.


Additionally, Jessica Y. Lee has been approved by the board of trustees to serve as parliamentarian for 2012-2013.

III. Informational reports were given by AAPD President Rhea M. Haugseth, HSHC President David K. Curtis, AAPD PAC Steering Committee Chair Lewis A. Kay, and the Chief Executive Officer John S. Rutkauskas.

IV. Report of the Reference Committee - Budget and Finance Committee

Informational only

 

Income

Dues $ 3,183,517

Annual Session $ 2,227,000

Continuing Education $ 1,245,730

Communications $ 713,000

PAC $ 240,000

Other Income $ 180,000

TOTAL $ 7,789,247




Expenses

Governance Committees $ 834,228

Annual Session $ 1,800,000

Headquarters Operations $ 3,643,800

Communications $ 643,000

Councils/Committees $ 296,460

Continuing Education $ 1,079,683

PAC $ 240,000

Other Operating Expenses $ 363,500

TOTAL $ 8,945,671




 

Discussion


  • Although proposed budget reflects a negative balance, historically, at the end of the fiscal year the budget is balanced and usually shows profit.

  • Question from the floor regarding why the Political Action Committee is included within the Academy budget.

    • The funds are kept separate; it is included with the budget presentation so that the members have the numbers available.



V. Reference Committee Report –Oral Health Policies, Clinical Guidelines, or Endorsements as presented by the Council on Clinical Affairs Reference Committee.

A motion to approve the entire report was considered, with the opportunity for any member to pull an item for additional discussion. Changes from the drafts presented in the Council on Clinical Affairs’ annual report as presented at the Reference Committee hearings are noted below for each document title.


Action

The following definitions, oral health policies, clinical guidelines, or endorsements were reaffirmed/approved, with changes from the report as noted below:


Definition of Dental Disability

No changes


Definition of Special Health Care Needs

No changes


Guideline on Management of Persons with Special Health Care Needs

No changes


Policy on Child Identification Programs

No changes


Policy on Mandatory School-entrance Oral Health Examinations

No changes


Policy on Emergency Oral Care for Infants, Children, and Adolescents

No changes


Policy on Dietary Recommendations for Infants, Children, and Adolescents

No changes


Policy on Vending Machines in Schools

No changes


Policy on Use of Deep Sedation and General Anesthesia in the Pediatric Dental Office

No changes


Guideline on Use of Anesthesia Personnel in the Administration of Office-based Deep

Sedation/General Anesthesia

No changes


Guideline on Oral Health Care for the Pregnant Adolescent

No changes


Guideline on Role of Dental Prophylaxis in Pediatric Dentistry

No changes


Guideline on Record-keeping

No changes


Guideline on Prescribing Dental Radiographs

No changes


Policy on Management of Patients With Cleft Lip/ Palate and Other Craniofacial Anomalies

No changes


Guideline on Fluoride Therapy

No changes


Policy on Use of Fluoride

No changes


Policy on the Dental Home

No changes


Commonly Used Pediatric Medications

No changes



Guideline on Pediatric Restorative Dentistry

Lines 132-333: delete “Precautionary”: The most significant window of potential exposure to BPA is immediately following the application of resin-based dental sealants and composites. Therefore, precautionary measures can be taken to reduce potential BPA exposure. Precautionary tTechniques are directed at removing the residual monomer layer immediately after placement of dental sealants and composites.


Policy on Pain Management.

No changes


Policy on Third Party Fee Capping of Non-Covered Services

No changes



VI. Awards Recognition

3M ESPE Preventative Pediatric Dentistry Postdoctoral Research Fellowships 

Kerry Dove – University of North Carolina. Children, crowding, and caries: Iis there a connection?

Travis Hicks – University of North Carolina. Knowledge and practice of eating disorders among a group of adolescent dental patients

C. Marshall Long – University of North Carolina. The Age One dental visit: Knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors of North Carolina dentists regarding physician guidelines.

 

3M ESPE Preventative Pediatric Dentistry Postdoctoral Research Fellowships, 2012-13:

Maggie W. Fetner, Schools of Dentistry and Medicine at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Health Information-Seeking Behaviors among Low Income Caregivers of Young Children: The Role of Oral Health Literacy

Chien Joo Sim, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill: Dietary Recommendations for Infants and Toddlers among Pediatric Dentists in North Carolina

Rosalyn Sulyanto ,The Ohio State University Nationwide Children's Hospital: The Natural History of Oral Bacteria Acquisition in the Developing Infant


 NuSmile Graduate Student Research Awards (GSRA):

Kimon Divaris, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Dentistry, Chapel Hill, NC: How accurate are caregivers’ assessments of their children’s oral health?

Erin L. Gross, Ohio State University: New pathogens associated with childhood caries using 16S pyrosequencing

Malinda M. Husson, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Dentistry, Department of Pediatric Dentistry, Richmond, VA: Evaluating post-operative pain in children following treatment under general anesthesia.

Kevin Kennedy, University of Tennessee, Memphis, TN: Dental pulp stem cells for the study of neurogenetic disorders

Anita Moosani, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Oral swab assay evaluation in uncooperative patients with special needs.

Elisa M. Roth, Children’s Hospital of Colorado, University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine, Denver, CO: Compliance by US pediatric oncology centers with AAPD recommended guidelines

Lauren A. Sanzone, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Dentistry, Chapel Hill, NC: Caregiver literacy and report children’s oral health behaviors

Sujatha S. Sivaraman, Lutheran Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY: A survey of pediatric dentists on antibiotic use in children.

 

Ralph E. McDonald Award

Erin L. Gross, Ohio State University: New pathogens associated with childhood caries using 16S pyrosequencing

 

AAPD Poster Research Competition winners

Third Place

Jennifer Lo, University of California-San Francisco: Effect of Xylitol-wipe on mutans Streptococci rate of acid production

Second Place

Tabitha Chng, University of Toronto: GLUT2 and TASIRS genotypes and risk of dental caries

First Place

Sarah Swenson, University of Iowa: Effectiveness of group home caregivers’ training regarding oral care delivery.

 

2012-13 Samuel D. Harris Policy and Management Fellow

Dr. Barret W. R. Peters, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA


2011-2012 Pugh Award Recipients

Recognition by Dennis J. McTigue, President, ABPD Board of Directors



  1. Jana Barfield – Little Rock, AR; Children's Hospital Of Denver

  2. Carli DiGioia – Wauwatosa, WI; Children's Hospital of Wisconsin

  3. Natacha Hupp – Cambridge, MA; Children's Hospital Boston-Harvard School of Medicine

  4. Sookyung Jun – Bronx, NY; St. Barnabas Hospital

  5. Pegha Karimi – New Rochelle, NY; Bronx Lebanon Hospital

  6. Cyelee Kulkarni – Philadelphia, PA; Montefiore/Albert Einstein

  7. Jeff Kunkel – Fresno, CA; University of Tennessee

  8. EunHae Kwon – San Mateo, CA; Children's Hospital Boston-Harvard School of Medicine

  9. Naomi Lane – Denver, CO; Children's Hospital Of Denver

  10. Claudia Maiolo – Malden, MA; Yale-New Haven Children’s Hospital

  11. Ryan McGuire – New York, NY; Montefiore/Albert Einstein

  12. Heidi Ostreng Vatanka – Alexandria, VA; Howard University

  13. Sejal Patel – New York, NY; Montefiore/Albert Einstein

  14. Evan Shaw – Boston, MA; Children's Hospital Boston-Harvard School of Medicine

  15. Laurie Tedder – Chicago, IL; University of Kentucky

  16. Jammie Tosevski – Houston, TX; University of Texas- Houston

  17. Brigid Trent – San Francisco, CA; Children's Memorial Medical Center-Illinois

  18. Divya Venkataraman – Irving, TX; Bronx Lebanon Hospital

  19. Ashlee Vorachek – Chicago, IL; Children's Memorial Medical Center-Illinois

 
VII. Other business

The 2012-13 AAPD Board of Trustees, HSHC Board, and ABPD Directors were installed by AAPD Past President, Dr. Jerome Miller. Plaques were presented to retiring officers, trustees, and chairs. Dr. Joel Berg, incoming AAPD president, presented remarks.


Adjournment at 11:19 am.

Minutes taken by Margaret A. Bjerklie, CPS, Executive Assistant and Office Manager, American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry



Approval: Minutes will be reviewed and approved by the Active and Life members at the General Assembly of the 66th Annual Session in Orlando, Florida on May 26, 2013.


1 Per the AAPD Bylaws, Chapter XVII. Amendment of Bylaws: “Minor revisions that do not change the basic subject matter or intent of a proposed amendment as mailed to the members can be made upon recommendation by the Constitution and Bylaws Committee Reference Committee of the General Assembly. A majority vote of the General Assembly will be required to accept the changes, but a two-thirds (2/3) vote will be required by the General Assembly to approve the main motion/bylaws amendment.”



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