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  • 1. SCAN FOR ONLINE REGISTRATION 31st ANNUALINFECTIOUS DISEASES CONFERENCE February 1-2, 2013 FRIDAY-SATURDAY Sponsored by: UC DAVIS HEALTH SYSTEM Office of Continuing Medical Education and Division of Infectious Diseases Department of Internal Medicine
  • 2. INFECTIOUS DISEASES 2013:Friday, February 1, 201311:30 am Registration, Refreshments, Visit Exhibits12:25 pm Welcome and Course Objectives Stuart H. Cohen, M.D.12:35 Arthropod Borne Infections and Other Zoonoses Stuart H. Cohen, M.D. This lecture will review infections associated with transmission from arthropods and other animals. Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome, West Nile Virus infection and Lyme disease will be discussed using a case based format.1:25 Q and A1:30 The Auxiliary Human Genome: The Role of the Microbiome in Health and Disease Jay V. Solnick, M.D., Ph.D. This lecture will discuss issues related to normal human bacterial flora and how it impacts disease and health. Helicobacter pylori will be one organism discussed.2:20 Q and A2:25 Break, Visit Exhibits2:45 Current Issues in the Management of Hepatitis C Christopher L. Bowlus, M.D. Treatment of hepatitis C is evolving. It is likely that within several years, treatment regimens without interferon will be common. This lecture will review the current state of the art in staging and managing patients with hepatitis C with an eye to future treatment strategies.3:25 Q and A3:30 Bacteremia Gregory P. Melcher, M.D. This lecture will review the issues regarding diagnosis and management of blood stream infections.4:10 Q and A4:15 Break, Reset Room for Workshops4:45 CONCURRENT BREAKOUT SESSIONS 1. Challenging Cases in Infectious Diseases Gregory P. Melcher, M.D., Hien H. Nguyen, M.D., Lenora W. Lee, M.D. 2. Influenza Jennifer Brown, M.D., Matthew L. Eldridge, M.D., Margaret Morita Influenza is an important infection which is preventable by vaccine. This workshop will discuss current epidemiology and potential risks for pandemic flu. 3. Risk and Management of Antimicrobial Toxicities Cinda L. Christensen, Pharm.D., Elizabeth S. Zhu, Pharm.D., Jean A. Wiedeman, M.D. Antimicrobials are one of the most commonly used class of drugs. Although they are often considered innocuous, they are commonly associated with toxicities. This workshop will review the management of these problems.5:45 pm Adjourn
  • 3. Saturday, February 2, 20137:00 am Registration, Continental Breakfast, Visit Exhibits7:55 Welcome and Course Objectives Stuart H. Cohen, M.D.8:00 Sepsis Hien H. Nguyen, M.D. This lecture will update strategies to care for patients with sepsis in our critical care units.8:50 Q and A8:55 HIV Update Paolo V. Troia-Cancio, M.D. HIV medicine never stands still. A new once per day medication was recently approved as was tenofovir/emtricitibine for prevention of infection with sexually transmitted HIV. There are now discussions of potentially curing patients with HIV. This lecture will review literature in relation to these and other topics.9:40 Q and A9:45 Break, Visit Exhibits10:05 Updates in the Management of Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus Infection Catherine Liu, M.D. MRSA is an increasing problem in the community and in the hospital. This lecture will address current issues in the approach to managing patients with these infections.10:55 Q and A11:00 Laboratory Exercises Stuart H. Cohen, M.D., Christopher Polage, M.D., Anna Romanelli, Ph.D., Lynne P. Lenhart, SCLT, Nao Thao, SCLT12:00 pm Lunch, included in tuition1:00 Discussion of the Cases Stuart H. Cohen, M.D.1:55 The Jeff King Lecture - Use of Vaccines in Adults Conan MacDougall, Pharm.D. Most clinicians are cognizant of vaccine use in pediatrics. There are more vaccines that should be used in adults. We will review issues regarding the commonly recommended vaccines.2:40 Q and A2:45 Break, Visit Exhibits3:00 Update on Clostridium difficile Infection Stuart H. Cohen, M.D. Clostridium difficile infection (CDI) is the most common hospital acquired infection in the United States. This lecture will review current issues in the diagnosis and management of CDI.3:50 Q and A4:00 Break, Reset Room for Workshops4:30 CONCURRENT BREAKOUT SESSIONS 4. Clinical Controversies in Infectious Diseases George R. Thompson, M.D., Vera S. Go, M.D., Ph.D., Bhavna Malik, M.D. 5. Infection Control: Issues in Antimicrobial Resistance Jennifer Brown, M.D., Marsha L. Koopman, R.N., Sanaz Abderrahmane, M.D., Monica Donnelley, Pharm.D. 6. New Approaches to Laboratory Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases Christopher Polage, M.D., Anna Romanelli, Ph.D.5:30 Adjourn Have a safe journey home!
  • 4. Faculty NEEDS ASSESSMENT The UC Davis Health System is committed to discovering and sharing knowledge to advance health. This course is designed toCOURSE CHAIR UC DAVIS HEALTH SYSTEM change physician and other health-care provider competence in theStuart H. Cohen, M.D. FACULTY management of patients with a diversity of infectious diseases basedProfessor of Medicine Christopher L. Bowlus, M.D.Division of Infectious Diseases, Professor of Medicine on national guidelines and other state-of-the-art tools. HealthcareDepartment of Internal Medicine Director, GI Fellowship associated with infections are an important patient safety goalUniversity of California, Davis Training Program for which competence needs to be demonstrated. This programHealth System Division of Gastroenterology is designed in response to participant evaluations from previous and Hepatology activities and the annual physician needs assessment survey.GUEST FACULTYCatherine Liu, M.D. Cinda L. Christensen, Pharm.D., BCPS-ID Faculty presenting and interacting with participants at this activityAssistant Clinical Professor Clinical Specialist in have been selected on the basis of their comprehensive clinicalDivision of Infectious Diseases Infectious Diseases experience and academic excellence. Infectious diseases is anUniversity of California, Department of Pharmacy area of medicine that is constantly changing. New pathogens areSan Francisco and Associate Clinical Professor identified, old pathogens reemerge, and newer therapeutic strategies UCSF School of Pharmacy are defined. This program provides a review and update of practicalConan MacDougall, Pharm.D.Associate Professor Monica Donnelley, Pharm.D., BCPS information for internists, family physicians, infectious diseasesof Clinical Pharmacy Clinical Pharmacist specialists, nurse practitioners, nurses, pharmacists, physicianUniversity of California, Department of Pharmacy assistants, and others who manage patients with infectious diseases.San Francisco and Assistant Professor of Special features include:School of Pharmacy Clinical Pharmacy Touro University, College of Pharmacy • Laboratory exercises designed to simulate clinical experienceUC DAVIS DIVISION OF Marsha Koopman RN, MHA, CIC with the use of the clinical microbiology laboratory and theINFECTIOUS DISEASES Manager management of cases seen in practice.FACULTY Department of Hospital Epidemiology • A choice of workshop sessions for practical smaller groupSanaz Abderrahmane, M.D. and Infection Prevention discussions of a variety of clinical issues.Infectious Diseases Fellow Lynne P. Lenhart, SCLTJennifer Brown, M.D. Supervising Clinical Laboratory EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVESAssociate Physician Diplomate Technologist After attending the conference, participants should be able to:Matthew L. Eldridge, M.D. Department of Pathology • Define the issues regarding the epidemiology of ClostridiumInfectious Diseases Fellow Margaret M. Morita, B.S., CIC difficile and identify the prevention and treatment options for Microbiologist this disease to improve patient outcomesVera S. Go, M.D., Ph.D.Assistant Professor of Medicine Department of Hospital Epidemiology • Discuss new strategies in managing Hepatitis C infections to and Infection Prevention improve outcomes. Define the role of non Interfuron basedLenora Lee, M.D.Infectious Diseases Fellow Nao Thao, SCLT regiments for the treatment of Hepatitis C Supervising Clinical Laboratory • Discuss the new developments in HIV infection includingBhavna Malik, M.D. TechnologistInfectious Diseases Fellow prevention and treatment to improve outcomes and prevent Department of Pathology infections. Strategies for the use of antiretroviral therapy forGregory P. Melcher, M.D. Christopher Polage, M.D. prevention of infection and use for pre-exposure prophylaxisAssociate Clinical Professor Assistant Professor (PrEP)of Medicine Director, Clinical Microbiology • Comprehend the epidemiology and management of MRSA inHien H. Nguyen, M.D., Laboratory order to optimize and expedite patient diagnosis and treatmentM.A.S. Department of PathologyAssociate Professor • Define the issues involved in optimal antimicrobial use and Anna Romanelli, Ph.D. the role of a stewardship program in optimal treatment withJay V. Solnick, M.D., Ph.D. Assistant Professor minimization of antimicrobial resistanceProfessor Associate Director, Clinical Microbiology Laboratory • Characterize the current epidemiology of zoonotic infectionsGeorge R. Thompson, M.D. Department of Pathology including Hantavirus and West Nile. This will increaseAssistant Professor Jean A. Wiedeman, M.D. awareness of these uncommon infections and allow cliniciansMedical Microbiology Associate Professor to recognize and treat them.and ImmunologyAssistant Director, Division of Pediatric • Define diagnosis and management strategies for BacteremiaCoccidioidomycosis Serology Infectious Diseases and sepsis and describe strategies for improving clinicalLaboratory UC Davis Children’s Hospital outcomesPaolo V. Troia-Cancio, M.D. Elizabeth S. Zhu, Pharm.D.Associate Clinical Professor Infectious Disease Pharmacy Resident SYLLABUSof Medicine Department of Pharmacy The electronic syllabus will be available toMedical Director, CARES Clinic preregistered attendees online prior to the meeting CONFERENCE COORDINATOR for downloading and printing. Attendees will receive Pamela Schneider an email when the syllabus materials are available CME Specialist online (Full color and B&W versions). Printed black & Office of Continuing white syllabus will be available for an additional cost Medical Education if ordered by January 21. UC Davis Health System
  • 5. ENROLLMENT ACCREDITATIONPlease register early – space is limited. The University of California, Davis Health System isTuition is $325 for physicians and $275 for all others. Confirmation of accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuingregistration will be sent within two weeks after receipt of enrollment Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuingform. The fees will increase after January 15, 2013. medical education for physicians.Tuition includes a light snack on Friday afternoon, continental CREDIT DESIGNATIONbreakfast on Saturday, refreshment breaks, electronic syllabus, and PHYSICIAN CREDIT: The University of California, Davis Health Systeman online certificate of attendance. Tuition may be paid by check, designates this live activity for a maximum of 12 AMA PRA Category 1American Express, Discover, MasterCard or VISA. Cash is not accepted. Credits™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with theUC Davis Health System and UC Davis School of Medicine faculty and extent of their participation in the activity.staff are eligible for tuition discounts. See enrollment form for details.Program materials cannot be guaranteed unless enrollment is received AAFP: Application for CME credit has been filed with the Americanby January 21, 2013. The Office of Continuing Medical Education Academy of Family Physicians. Determination of credit is pending.reserves the right to cancel this program. In such a case, a full refund AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ acceptable will be given. for interprofessional team membersRegistration forms received without payments will not be processed NURSE: For the purpose of recertification, the American Nursesuntil payment is received, and payment must follow within 10 days. Credentialing Center accepts AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ issuedEarly discount rates are honored if payment is received by the date by organizations accredited by the ACCME. For the purpose ofnoted on the enrollment form. After that date, the late fee is applied. relicensure, the California Board of Registered Nursing accepts AMACANCELLATION AND REFUND POLICY: A refund of tuition, less $75 PRA Category 1 Credits™ (report hours of credit and fill in “CMEadministrative fee, will be allowed if requested in writing by January Category 1” for the provider number).21, 2013. No refunds will be provided after this date. PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT: The National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA) states that AMA PRA CategoryELECTRONIC EVALUATION AND CREDIT 1 Credits™ are acceptable for continuing medical educationThe link to your electronic evaluation and access to your certificate of requirements for recertification.credit will be available for 60 days after the last day of the conference.Once you have completed this process, your certificate plus UC Davis ADDITIONAL CREDIT DESIGNATIONcourses from 2011 forward will be available for reprinting. CLINICAL LABORATORY SCIENTIST: Application for CLS credit has been approved for 12 hours by the UC Davis Health System, Department of Pathology, Partners in Education, an Approved Accrediting Agency of the state of California #0040, for course numbers: 0413020101-0413020217. PHARMACIST: The University of California, Davis Health System Department of Pharmacy is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. To obtain credit, pharmacists must attend the entire day, actively participate in all sessions, and complete the course evaluation to receive full ACPE credit. No partial credit will be awarded. FEBRUARY 1, 2013: ACPE Universal Activity Number 0277-0000-13-189-L01-P has been assigned to this activity. This knowledge-based activity provides 5.00 contact hours (0.5 CEUs) of continuing education credit. FEBRUARY 2, 2013: ACPE Universal Activity Number 0277-0000-13-190-L01-P has been assigned to this activity. This knowledge-based activity provides 6.25 contact hours (0.625 CEUs) of continuing education credit. FEBRUARY 2, 2013: ACPE Universal Activity Number 0277-0000-13-191-L02-P has been assigned to this activity. This knowledge-based activity provides 0.75 contact hours (0.075 CEUs) of continuing education credit. CULTURAL & LINGUISTIC COMPETENCY REQUIREMENT All continuing medical education (CME) courses with patient care components are required by California State statute to include curriculum on cultural and linguistic competency in the practice of medicine (California Business and Professions Code, Section 2190.1). Those who have developed this UC Davis CME activity have been encouraged to address cultural and linguistic differences for a diverse patient population related to this topic. A variety of resources are available that address these competencies. Additional resources and information can be found on our website, http://cme.ucdavis.edu.
  • 6. LOCATION MISSION STATEMENT Red Lion Hotel Woodlake Conference Center Sacramento To educate health care providers through (Formerly the Radisson) evidence-based activities that emphasizes 500 Leisure Lane advances in medicine, new medical technology, Sacramento CA 95815 biomedical research, and changes in health PHONE 916.922.2020 care delivery to improve clinical outcomes. FAX 916.920.7310 www.redlion.rdln.com VISION Providing medical education for health care Garden Hwy Arden Way professionals to improve patient care. Discovery Park d o Blv DISCLOSURE OF RELEVANT Pas Del Leisure Ln FINANCIAL RELATIONSHIPS 160 As a provider accredited by the Accreditation Richa rds B Expo Pkwy l vd Council for Continuing Medical Education, the Sacramen Expositon Blvd University of California, Davis Health System American River to River Parkway Office of Continuing Medical Education must 160 ensure balance, independence, and objectivity t 7th S St Sutter’s Landing 12th in all CME activities to promote improvements St Regional Park 16t h E St I St in health care and not proprietary interests of a commercial interest. The provider controls all decisions related to identification of CMEThe conference will convene the afternoon of Friday, February 1, 2013 at the Red Lion Hotel in needs, determination of educational objectives,Sacramento, California. Complimentary parking is included in your conference registration. selection and presentation of content, selectionDetailed driving directions are available on the website www.redlion.rdln.com. of all persons and organizations that will be in a position to control the content, selectionA block of rooms are being held for conference participants at a rate of $109 single or double of educational methods, and evaluation of theoccupancy plus hotel and sales tax (extension dates may be available). Use the group name activity. Course directors, planning committee“31st Annual Infectious Diseases Conference” when booking your reservations. After January members, presenters, authors, moderators,10, 2013 reservations will be on a space and rate available basis. Reservations should be made panel members, and others in a position todirectly with the hotel. control the content of this activity are requiredBy staying at the host hotel, you help the University of California, Davis meet its con- to disclose relevant financial relationshipstractual obligations with the Red Lion Hotel and keep future registration fees reasonable. with commercial interests related to thePlease consider that when making your accommodation decisions. We encourage you to subject matter of this educational activity.stay at the host hotel. Learners are able to assess the potential for commercial bias in information whenLayered clothing is recommended as the meeting room temperature may be uncomfortable for complete disclosure, resolution of conflicts ofsome, depending on personal preferences. If you have any special needs due to a disability as interest, and acknowledgment of commercialspecified in the Americans with Disabilities Act, please call the Office of Continuing Medical support are provided prior to the activity.Education at (916) 734-5390 so we may make the necessary accommodations for you. Informed learners are the final safeguards inGROUND TRANSPORTATION assuring that a CME activity is independentHertz Car Rental: 1 (800) 654-2240 and request ID CV#04H70003 for discounted rates from commercial support. We believe thisor visit http://www.hertz.com. mechanism contributes to the transparency and accountability of CME.National Car Rental: 1 (800) CAR-RENT and request ID #5282865 for discounted rates.Airport Shuttle: http://supershuttle.com FOR FURTHER INFORMATION UC Davis Health System Office of Continuing Medical Education 3560 Business Drive, Suite 130 Sacramento, CA 95820–2161 (866) CME4EDU (263–4338) (916) 734–5390 (916) 734–0742 Fax http://cme.ucdavis.edu BROCHURE ART CREDIT: Brochure images courtesy of Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education, Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education, UC Davis Public Affairs, Red Lion Woodlake Hotel, and iStockphoto.com.
  • 7. Enrollment Application31ST ANNUAL INFECTIOUS DISEASES CONFERENCE · FEBRUARY 1-2, 2013_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________First Name M.I. Last Name MD DO PharmD RPh PA NP RN CLS Lic #____________________________ Other:______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Institution/Employer (as you would like it to appear on your badge) Profession/Occupation_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Home Address (or where you would like your receipt mailed)_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________City State Zip Code( ) ( )_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Day Phone Fax Number _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ E-mail for link to electronic syllabus. UC Davis CME will not use your email for any purpose other than corresponding with you.Physician information required for CME credit and name badge. Please indicate primary medical specialty: FP GP IM ID Other (specify)____________________________________________________________ PHARMACY CREDIT ONLY _________________________________________Social Security Number (last 4 digits required for transcript purposes) 10 Digit NABP ID# (ACPE) _________________________________________ Month/day of birth (Example Feb. 3 = 0203)Please copy the mail code from the address side of the brochure Web(above your name, e.g. PPID, MMSID, CRDID)____________________________________________________________If you did not receive a brochure in the mail, how did you hear about this conference?(Example: PT&MG, UCD website, web search, magazine, colleague)_________________________________________ REGISTRATION FEES (Receipt/Confirmation will be mailed within two weeks) SYLLABUS FORMAT CHOICE: Early Discount After January 15 My choice of syllabus is: Physician $325 $375 PRINTED (Black & White) $45, if ordered by January 21. Other Health-care Professionals $275 $324 USB DRIVE, (Full color and B&W versions), included in tuition. If you do not choose, you will receive the USB drive only. UC DAVIS AFFILIATE FEES (Please specify) Faculty Volunteer Faculty Alumni Staff Early Discount After January 15 WORKSHOP ENROLLMENT Physician $265 $315 Please circle the workshop you wish at attend at each Other Health-care Professionals $226 $276 scheduled time. FIRST CHOICE SECOND CHOICE Friday, 4:45 pm 1 2 3 1 2 3 _______________________________________________________________________________________ 7 Digit Acct. # Authorized Signature and Phone # Department Saturday, 4:30 pm 4 5 6 4 5 6 If you need disability accommodations at the meeting, please let us know by January 21, 2013 and our representative will contact you. Please note special dietary/food allergy requirements: _____________________________________________________________________________________________________PLEASE CHECK YOUR PAYMENT METHOD: Registration forms received without check, credit card number or purchase order number will not be processed until payment is received. Check enclosed payable to: UC Regents AMEX Discover MasterCard VISA_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Account Number Expiration Date_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Authorized Signature (name on card) 3 Digit Security Code Please use ONE of these methods to register: MAIL APPLICATION AND PAYMENT TO: TELEPHONE: (916) 734-5390 Office of Continuing Medical Education, For Office Use Only c/o UC Davis Cashier’s Office FAX APPLICATION: (916) 734-0742 PO Box 989062, West Sacramento, CA 95798-9062 INFEC13 REGISTER ONLINE AT: http://cme.ucdavis.edu/conferences 6021
  • 8. University of California, Davis Non-profit Org. Office of Continuing Medical Education U.S. Postage 3560 Business Drive, Suite 130 Sacramento, CA 95820-2161 PAID Sacramento, CA Permit No. 340531st AnnualINFECTIOUS DISEASESCONFERENCEFRIDAY-SATURDAYFebruary 1-2, 2013HIGHLIGHTS:• Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome Outbreak• Hepatitis C• HIV• Use of Vaccines in Adults• Clostridium difficile Infection (CDI)• Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) COMMENTS FROM PREVIOUS COURSE PARTICIPANTS: Excellent job done, I have travelled from the Bay Area for the last six years and always learn a lot The interactive parts of all presentations were the most helpful The lab case exercises were wonderful and fun This is always a great conference to attend This program is self-supporting and receives no state funding.