Oct 15, 2021 / Research & Innovation

Experts Share Research at National Conference

As an institution dedicated to providing the best care to kids, experts from Scottish Rite for Children are involved with various medical organizations that support education and research. Recently, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) held its virtual national conference and exhibition. AAP is an organization with more than 67,000 pediatricians who are committed to the health and wellness of all infants, children, adolescents and young adults. Our team at Scottish Rite has an active role with AAP as they share their expertise on caring for children with orthopedic conditions and regularly serve as a resource to pediatricians and their patients.

The 2021 virtual meeting provided attendees with a well-rounded educational program that included live presentations, a virtual hall of selected poster projects and a library of on-demand sessions. Topics covered all areas of caring for children, and during a session on pediatric orthopedics, several Scottish Rite experts were selected to present their latest research. Below are a few of the presented projects:

  • Isolated Hip Click and Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip
Sports Medicine
  • An Activity Scale for All Youth Athletes? An Analysis of the HSS Pedi-fABS in 2,274 Pediatric Sports Medicine Patients
  • Are There Differences in Reported Symptoms and Outcomes Between Pediatric Patients With and Without Obsessive Compulsive Disorder After a Concussion?
  • Are there Differences in Concussion-Related Characteristics and Return-to-Play in Soccer Positions?
  • Predictors of Reoperation in Adolescents Undergoing Hip Preservation Surgery for Femoroacetabular Impingement
  • Isolated Hip Click and Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip
  • History of Anxiety Associated with Head CT Following Sport-Related Concussion
  • Single-Sport Athletes Not Experiencing Increase in Secondary Tear Incidence Despite Earlier Clearance
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