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Past Webinars

Multidisciplinary Pediatric Airway Program: Patient Centric and Value-based Healthcare Delivery


Wednesday, September 22nd


The fourth webinar in our series Multidisciplinary Pediatric Airway Program: Patient Centric and Value-based Healthcare Delivery will be held on Wednesday September 22nd from 5:00-6:30pm CDT
(4pm Mountain, 3pm Pacific, 6pm EDT )
This 1 and a half-hour course will present various components of a Multidisciplinary Pediatric airway programelucidate the financial impact  of  multidisciplinary approach to Pediatric aerodigestive disorders and discuss various challenges in establishing such a program.
Moderator:  Sohit Kanotra, MD
Multidisciplinary Pediatrics Aerodigestive Program: role of an ENT: Karen F. Watters, MB, BCh, BAO, MPH

Pulmonologist Role in a Multidisciplinary Pediatric airway Program: Amit Agrawal, MD

Gastroenterologist Role in a Multidisciplinary program: Riad Rahhal, MD, MS

Speech Language Pathology Role : Brandon Viet, SLP and Emily Hughes, MA, CCC-SLP

Financial Impact of a Multidisciplinary clinic: Janine Petitgout, DNP, ARNP, CPNP

International Perspective on Multidisciplinary aerodigestive clinic: Rebecca Maunsell, MD
My journey to ‘Trach free for life’ : A mothers perspective : Tammy Mock

This webinar is free to SENTAC members and only $25 for non-members.

1.0 CME will be awarded
*All other disciplines will receive a certificate of completion and if requested, other documents required to submit for CE credit.

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Upcoming New Technologies – Hearing Devices


Wednesday, July 28th


The third webinar in our series Upcoming New Technologies – Hearing Devices will be held on Wednesday July 28th from 5:00-6:00pm CDT (4pm Mountain, 3pm Pacific, 6pm EDT ) 
This 1-hour course will present approaches to New Hearing Technologies- The following 4 topics will be discussed: Update on hearing loss genetic testing, Bone conduction hearing devices, In-office ear tubes and Single-sided deafness as an indication of cochlear implantation
Moderator: Carol Liu 


Richard Rosenfeld, MD, MPH, MBA is Distinguished Professor and Chairman of Otolaryngology at SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University, in Brooklyn, New York, where he also serves as Program Director for residency training, and CEO of the University Physicians of Brooklyn ENT Faculty Practice. He has published more than 350 articles and chapters, given more than 1,000 scientific presentations, and is recognized as an international authority in guideline methodology, evidence-based medicine, and childhood ear problems. Dr. Rosenfeld is the founder and inaugural president of the International Society for Otitis Media and is the top expert worldwide in tympanostomy tubes (middle-ear ventilation) and otitis media with effusion on Expertscape (www.expertscape.com), which objectively ranks people and institutions by their expertise in more than 29,000 biomedical topics.

Angela Peng, MD is an Otolaryngologist with Neurotology subspecialty board certification at Baylor College of Medicine and adjunct assistant professor at Texas Children’s Hospital.  She completed her residency at Virginia Commonwealth University and her neurotology fellowship at the University of Minnesota.  Her clinical interests include treatment of various types of hearing loss, cochlear implantation, chronic ear conditions, and tumors of the lateral skull base.   

Dr. Daryl Scott received his undergraduate training at Brigham Young University.  After graduation, he was accepted to the Medical Scientist Training Program at the University of Iowa.  There he completed his MD training and also graduated with a PhD degree in genetics.  He then moved to the University of Utah where he did a residency in Pediatrics and then to Baylor College of Medicine where he did a second residency in Clinical Genetics.  He is currently a board certified in both specialties. 

Dr. Daniela Carvalho is a pediatric otolaryngologist at Rady Children’s Hospital of San Diego and Professor of the Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Department at UCSD. She is also the director of the Hearing and Cochlear Implant program at RCHSD and is SENTAC’s president elect!

This webinar is free to SENTAC members and only $25 for non-members.

1.0 CME will be awarded
*All other disciplines will receive a certificate of completion and if requested, other documents required to submit for CE credit.

Complex Dysphagia: 4 Case Studies of Children with Swallowing Difficulties

Wednesday, May 26th, 5pm CST

This 1-hour course will present approaches to multidisciplinary management of complex dysphagia in the pediatric population through discussion of four case studies.  During this live webinar, four expert panelists will each present a case study after which participants will have opportunities to ask questions and engage in discussion.  

Moderator: Julian Bergen White, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, CLC is an Assistant Professor at Southern Connecticut State University.  Julian received her doctorate in 2021 from James Madison University where she also received her Master’s in Speech-Language Pathology. Her clinical and research interests are in pediatric dysphagia, and her primary area of research investigates best practices for instrumental evaluation of infant swallowing.  Julian continues to practice clinically with a focus in pediatric and adult voice and swallowing disorders. 

Jeannine Hoch, M.A., CCC-SLP, CLC is a Pediatric Speech Language Pathologist at Virginia Commonwealth University Health System/ Children’s Hospital of Richmond.   Clinical and research interests include multidisciplinary care for children with complex dysphagia and feeding/ swallowing outcomes for infants with congenital heart disease, including co-authorship of peer-reviewed articles.  Prior clinical experience includes employment at the Johns Hopkins Hospital and at Nemours/ Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children, where she completed clinical and instrumental assessments for infants and children with complex dysphagia involving collaborative teamwork with Otolaryngology and other aerodigestive specialists.

Maleah Blake, M.A., CCC-SLP is a Speech-Language Pathologist at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. Her clinical interests include the treatment of feeding and swallowing disorders in infants with cleft palate and other craniofacial anomalies, as well as pediatric dysphagia associated with medically complex patients. She specializes in completing Video Fluoroscopic Swallowing Studies (VFSS) and Fiberoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing (FEES) and has gained experience in a variety of medical settings including outpatient services and associated clinics, inpatient and intensive care units, and the neonatal intensive care unit.

Christina Rappazzo M.A., CCC-SLP, BCS-S (SENTAC Board Member) has been privileged to service children and families at Texas Children’s Hospital for over 15 years. Christina’s clinical experience has ranged from treating children with various communication disorders to ultimately finding a primary focus in pediatric feeding-swallowing. She has obtained extensive training in caring for children with medically-complex backgrounds including tracheostomy/ventilator-dependent patients, and in completing videofluoroscopic and fiberoptic swallowing exams. Christina is a member of the Aerodigestive Team, Tracheostomy Team, Head and Neck Tumor Program, and collaborated with otolaryngology to form the Swallowing Disorders Clinic. She has serviced children in a variety of medical settings including outpatient, intensive care units, and the neonatal intensive care unit. Christina is board certified in swallowing disorders by the American Board of Swallowing and Swallowing Disorders.

Ashley Brown, M.S., CCC-SLP (SENTAC Board Member) is a Speech Language Pathologist and Board-Certified Specialist in Swallowing and Swallow Disorders.  Her clinical focus is with dysphagia and voice management in children with complex airway diagnoses and tracheostomy, including instrumental assessment (FEES and VFSS).  She is the lead SLP in the Airway Management Program at Children’s Health Medical Center in Dallas, TX. 

1.0 CME will be awarded.  
**All other disciplines will receive a certificate of completion and if requested, other documents required to submit for CE credit.

The Multidisciplinary Approach to Treating Children with Complex Sleep Apnea

Wednesday, March 24th

This 1-hour course will discuss approaches to the multidisciplinary management of children with complex sleep apnea and be presented by:
  • Javan Nation, MD – Rady Children’s Hospital San Diego (moderator)
  • David Zopf, MD – Mott Children’s University of Michigan
  • Andre Wineland – Arkansas Children’s
  • Evan Propst – Hospital for Sick Children Toronto Canada

1.0 CME will be awarded
*All other disciplines will receive a certificate of completion and if requested, other documents required to submit for CE credit.

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