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8th Annual Chicago Supportive Oncology Conference

  1. 1. Register The Journal of Supportive Oncology Presents: Now: Early Bird Discount Ei gh t h Annual Available October 26-27, 2012 Hotel InterContinental Chicago, Illinois PROGRAM OVERVIEW The overall purpose of the Eighth Annual Chicago Supportive Oncology Conference is to provide participants with the latest information on supportive care issues. The goal is to enable healthcare professionals to deliver state-of-the-art medical care, improve patient outcomes, and enhance the quality of life for patients with cancer. These activities will help reduce the barriers that prevent the integration of therapies into practice and support adherence to current guidelines. C hair C o -C hairs Jamie H. Von Roenn, MD Michael J. Fisch, MD, MPH, FACP, FAAHPM Professor of Medicine, Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Chair, Department of General Oncology Cancer Center The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine Houston, Texas Chicago, Illinois Editor-in-Chief, The Journal of Supportive Oncology Founding Editor/Editor-in-Chief Emeritus The Journal of Supportive Oncology Debra Barton PhD, RN, AOCN, FAAN Associate Professor of Oncology Mayo Clinic Cancer Center Approved for 13.5 CME/CNE Hours Rochester, Minnesota Associate Editor, The Journal of Supportive OncologyJointly sponsored by Search “Global Academy for Medical Education” w w w. g l o b a l a c a d e m y c m e . c o m / o n c o l o g y
  2. 2. E igh th A nnu a l Agenda Friday, October 26, 2012 7:00 am Registration / Continental Breakfast / Exhibits 8:00 am Opening Remarks Jamie H. Von Roenn, MDE ducational G aps 8:10 am Plenary: Model of IntegrationLiterature reviews, surveys, and evaluations from previous activities indicate that Deborah J. Dudgeon, MD, FRCPC clinicians feel only somewhat competent in handling supportive care issues suchas communicating with patients and families, staying current with trial data and 8:50 am INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION translating them into clinical practice, and integrating evidence-based guidelines intopatients’ plans of care. 9:00 am Oncology and Palliative Care for Solid Tumors Toby Campbell, MDDesignation Statement Physician Credit - The University of Louisville Continuing Health 9:30 am How to Talk to Patients About the Sciences Education office designates this educational activity for a Cost of Care maximum of 13.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should Anthony L. Back, MDonly claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. 10:00 am INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION Accreditation StatementsThis activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and 10:30 am Break: Visit Exhibits Policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through thejoint sponsorship of the University of Louisville and Global Academy for Medical Education. 11:00 am Lessons Learned From ENABLE The University of Louisville is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Marie Bakitas, DNSc, APRN, AOCN, FAANEducation (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. 11:30 am ASCO Palliative Care IntegrationNurses Ralph J. Hauke, MD, FACPCEC is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses 12:00 pm The Economics of Integrated PalliativeCredentialing Center’s (ANCC) Commission on Accreditation. Care in Oncology CEC provides this activity for 13.5 contact hours. Thomas J. Smith, MD, FACP Learners are advised that accredited status does not imply endorsement by the provider or 12:30 pm INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION ANCC of any commercial products displayed in conjunction with an activity. 12:45 pm Lunch on Your Own Instruction for Receiving CME/CNE CreditParticipants who successfully complete this activity (including completion and online 1:45 pm Plenary: What Every MD Should Knowsubmission of the evaluation form) will be issued a statement of credit via e-mail or US mail About Talking to Patients within 4 weeks. Anthony L. Back, MD 2:20 pm Interface of Principles of PalliativeFaculty disclosures will be made known on the day of the activity. Care With EMR Susan Block, MDC all for A bstracts /P oster P resentations 2:50 pm How Do You Measure Quality in Palliative Care?Authors interested in presenting scientific data on the supportive and palliative Sydney E. Morss Dy, MD, MSc care of patients with cancer should submit an abstract for review. Abstractsof superior quality will be selected by the scientific program committee for 3:20 pm INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION a poster presentation at the Eighth Annual Chicago Supportive OncologyConference (October 26-27, 2012) and will be published in The Journal of 3:30 pm Break: Visit Exhibits Supportive Oncology. Abstracts will also be available for viewing online at www. 3:45 pm Dyspnea SupportiveOncology.net Deborah J. Dudgeon, MD, FRCPCAbstract Deadline: August 10, 2012Please note that this deadline is final, and we can offer no special consideration to 4:15 pm Early Management of Nauseasubmissions received after this date; abstracts received after the deadline will not and Vomiting be reviewed. Steven M. Grunberg, MDAbstract deadline for review should be submitted to susan.hite@elsevier.com 4:45 pm Pain Management: New Developments by August 10, 2012. Declan Walsh, MSc, FACP, FRCP (Edin)For more information, visit www.globalacademycme.com/oncology 5:15 pm INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION Register by August 24 and save.www.globalacademycme.com/oncology
  3. 3. R egistration *Saturday, October 27, 2012 E arly Bird: on or before August 24, 2012 Physician...................................................................$3257:00 am Registration / Continental Resident, Fellow, Physician Assistant, ...............$195 Breakfast / Exhibits / poster Viewing Nurse Practitioner, Nurse, Pharmacist7:55 am Welcome Back Industry (not exhibiting)**...................................$5958:00 am Plenary: Personal Views of a Care Giver Jamie H. Von Roenn, MD After August 24, 20128:30 am INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION Physician...................................................................$395 Resident, Fellow, Physician Assistant, ...............$2758:45 am The Pathophysiology of Chemotherapy- Nurse Practitioner, Nurse, Pharmacist Induced Neuropathy Gary J. Bennett, PhD Industry (not exhibiting)**...................................$6959:00 am Treatment of Chemotherapy-Induced After October 25, 2012 Neuropathy Ellen L. Smith, PhD, APRN, AOCN Physician...................................................................$4509:30 am What’s New With Cognitive Dysfunction Resident, Fellow, Physician Assistant, ...............$325 Patricia Ganz, MD Nurse Practitioner, Nurse, Pharmacist10:00 am Cognitive Function: Results From the Industry (not exhibiting)**...................................$795 Tailor Rx Study *Registration fees include admittance to all sessions, exhibit hall, continental Lynne Wagner, PhD breakfast, breaks, and poster reception.10:30 am INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION **Industry (not exhibiting) must register at industry rate regardless of10:45 am Break: Visit Exhibits whether a physician or other healthcare professional.11:15 am The Pathophysiology of C ancellation P olicy Treatment-Related Mucositis Registrants who do not cancel according to the following guidelines will forfeit all Stephen T. Sonis, DMD, DMSc registration fees. You must write (5635 Fishers Lane Suite 6000, Rockville, MD 20852), e-mail (s.reitman@globalacademycme.com), or fax (866-401-8609) your cancellation11:45 am Guidelines for Therapy in the Treatment request. There is a registration cancellation fee of 25% of your registration rate for of Mucositis cancellations received 90 days (07/28/2012) prior to the event. There is a registration Douglas E. Peterson, DMD, PhD cancellation fee of 50% of your registration rate for cancellations received 60 days (08/27/2012) prior to the event. There are no refunds for cancellations after 30 days12:15 pm INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION (09/26/2012) prior to the event. “No shows” are not eligible for refunds. Registration refunds will be processed within 60 days of the meeting. Global Academy for Medical12:30 pm Lunch on Your Own Education (Global) is not responsible for nonrefundable, nontransferable airline tickets or hotel accommodations purchased for attendance at this course.1:15 pm Cachexia Eduardo Bruera, MD S pecial N eeds We encourage participation by all individuals. If you have any special needs,1:45 pm Comorbidities and Cancer advance notification will help us better serve you. Please e-mail csoc@elsevier.com Michael J. Fisch, MD, MPH, FACP, FAAHPM at least 3 weeks in advance of the conference.2:15 pm Patient Survivor Care Highlights From ASCO 2012 T erms and C onditions The registration fee covers attendance to the scientific meeting, continental breakfasts, Debra Barton, PhD, RN, AOCN, FAAN coffee breaks, and exhibits. Registrants please note that registering for the meeting gives Global permission to list each registrant’s name in conference materials and attendance2:45 pm INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION at the meeting gives Global permission to use photos taken at the conference on the3:00 pm SESSION ENDS: See you in 2013 Global website and promotional materials. H otel I nformation InterContinental Chicago 505 North Michigan Avenue Chicago, IL 60611 Phone: 800-235-4670 Online: http://tinyurl.com/CSOC2012hotel Special room rates (must book before October 1, 2012): Single/double in main building: $249+Tax Mention Eighth Annual Supportive Oncology Conference for preferred rates.
  4. 4. www.globalacademycme.com/oncologyEighth Annual I ntended A udience This conference is designed for physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, residents, and fellows who will gain important insights into practical management issues in the palliative and supportive care of patients with neoplastic diseases. L earning O bjectivesC hair After participating in this activity the learner should be better able to:Jamie H.Von Roenn, MD* • Articulate the importance of early integration of palliative care into cancerProfessor of MedicineRobert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center treatment plansNorthwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine • Describe current efforts in measuring quality in palliative careChicago, IllinoisFounding Editor/Editor-in-Chief Emeritus • Communicate more effectively with patients and families regarding financialThe Journal of Supportive Oncology issues of palliative care • Outline current understanding of the pathophysiology of and evidence-C o -C hairs based management of chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathyMichael J. Fisch, MD, MPH, FACP FAAHPM* , • Discuss the latest understanding of the pathways involved in chemotherapyChair, Department of General Oncology induced nausea and vomiting (CINV) and the need for early management ofThe University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center CINVHouston, TexasEditor-in-Chief, The Journal of Supportive Oncology • Summarize the series of biological events that result in mucositis and the agents targeted at these pathwaysDebra Barton, PhD, RN, AOCN, FAAN* • Discuss the integration of evidence-based management of cancer pain intoAssociate Professor of Oncology clinical practiceMayo Clinic Cancer CenterRochester, Minnesota • Outline therapies of proven effectiveness to manage dyspnea in palliative careAssociate Editor, The Journal of Supportive Oncology • Summarize the latest evidence on pathophysiology and management of chemo related cognitive dysfunction*Conference Advisory Board • Describe the unique management issues for patients experiencing comorbidities with cancer F a c u l t yAnthony L. Back, MD Deborah J. Dudgeon, MD, FRCPC Ellen L. Smith, PhD, APRN, AOCNUniversity of Washington School of Medicine Queen’s University University of Michigan School of NursingSeattle, Washington Kingston, Ontario, Canada Ann Arbor, MichiganMarie Bakitas, DNSc, APRN, AOCN, FAAN Sydney E. Morss Dy, MD, MSc Thomas J. Smith, MD, FACPDartmouth Medical School Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Johns Hopkins UniversityLebanon, New Hampshire Baltimore, Maryland Baltimore, MarylandGary J. Bennett, PhD Patricia Ganz, MD Stephen T. Sonis, DMD, DMScMcGill University David Geffen School of Medicine at the Harvard School of Dental MedicineMontreal, Quebec, Canada University of California, Los Angeles Boston, MassachusettsSusan Block, MD Steven M. Grunberg, MD Lynne Wagner, PhDHarvard Medical School University of Vermont Northwestern University’s Feinberg SchoolBoston, Massachusetts Burlington, Vermont of Medicine Chicago, IllinoisEduardo Bruera, MD Ralph J. Hauke, MD, FACPThe University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center University of Nebraska Medical Center Declan Walsh, MSc, FACP FRCP (Edin) ,Houston, Texas Omaha, Nebraska Cleveland Clinic,Taussig Cancer Institute Cleveland, OhioToby Campbell, MD Douglas E. Peterson, DMD, PhDUniversity of Wisconsin School of Medicine and University of Connecticut Health Center Public Health Farmington, ConnecticutMadison, Wisconsin