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Advances in Cosmetic and Medical Dermatology MauiDerm 2013
Advances in Cosmetic and Medical Dermatology MauiDerm 2013
Advances in Cosmetic and Medical Dermatology MauiDerm 2013
Advances in Cosmetic and Medical Dermatology MauiDerm 2013
Advances in Cosmetic and Medical Dermatology MauiDerm 2013
Advances in Cosmetic and Medical Dermatology MauiDerm 2013
Advances in Cosmetic and Medical Dermatology MauiDerm 2013
Advances in Cosmetic and Medical Dermatology MauiDerm 2013
Advances in Cosmetic and Medical Dermatology MauiDerm 2013
Advances in Cosmetic and Medical Dermatology MauiDerm 2013
Advances in Cosmetic and Medical Dermatology MauiDerm 2013
Advances in Cosmetic and Medical Dermatology MauiDerm 2013
Advances in Cosmetic and Medical Dermatology MauiDerm 2013
Advances in Cosmetic and Medical Dermatology MauiDerm 2013
Advances in Cosmetic and Medical Dermatology MauiDerm 2013
Advances in Cosmetic and Medical Dermatology MauiDerm 2013
Advances in Cosmetic and Medical Dermatology MauiDerm 2013
Advances in Cosmetic and Medical Dermatology MauiDerm 2013
Advances in Cosmetic and Medical Dermatology MauiDerm 2013
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  • 1. EXHIBITOR PACKAGE9th Annual Conference | Grand Wailea, Maui January 19-23, 2013
  • 2. Maui Derm is trying to use less paper.Booth space reservation forms and personnelregistration forms are available on our website.It’s quick, easy and secure.www.acmd-derm-hawaii.comMaui Derm Administrative Office41 East Lipoa Street, Suite 21Kihei, HI 96753ContactPhone 831-595-0710Fax 858-683-2027Email information.services@acmd-derm-hawaii.comwww.acmd-derm-hawaii.com
  • 3. May, 2012 Dear Colleague in Industry, The enclosed materials represent our initial announcement to industry and the dermatology community of the 9th Annual meeting of the Advances in Cosmetic and Medical Dermatology – Maui Derm 2013.Our program once again features fair and balanced lectures and panel discussions involving our world-class group of educators. Our work- shops are conducted in small group settings and provide intimate “hands on” live patient demonstrations facilitated by leaders in their respective fields. Registration is Friday, January 18, 2013. The meeting begins Saturday, January 19 and runs through Wednesday, January 23. Visit our program online at: www.acmd-derm-hawaii.com. In order to extend the reach of our educational program, most of our meeting content will be published online as the Maui Derm 2013 Online Lecture Series which can be viewed at: www.mauidermnews.com. Selected presentations will be edited and presented online to enable dermatologists and aesthetic medicine physicians from around the world to access the lectures presented in Maui. Our lectures will be covered and reported upon by editors from the Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology, SKINMed Journal, Dermatology Times and Cosmetic Surgery Times. There are opportunities outside of the edu- cational program available to hold roundtable discussions utilizing our faculty members. Please contact us if this is opportunity is of interest to you. We are seeking your support. This past conference we had approximately 50 exhibitors. Exhibition hall space is limited at the Grand Wailea. Exhibitor Opportunities A listing of the various Exhibitor Opportunities is below: $125,000+ Level Your company will receive: ++ two (2) booths – a double booth space in a premiere, high traffic location ++ fifteen (15) exhibitor registrations ++ recognition in the brochure and on-site ++ opportunity to host unlimited Advisory Board/Marketing sessions ++ appropriate recognition as a sponsor on MauiDermNews.com website ++ invitation for (8) to the exclusive Faculty & Sponsor Cocktail Reception on January 20th at 5:30 pm ++ invitation for (8) to the exclusive Faculty & Sponsor Dinner on January 20th at 7pm $100,000+ Level Your company would receive: ++ two (2) booths – a double booth space in a premiere, high traffic location ++ ten (10) exhibitor registrations ++ recognition in the brochure and on-site ++ opportunity to host (4) four Advisory Board/Marketing sessions ++ appropriate recognition as a sponsor on MauiDermNews.com website ++ invitation for (6) to the exclusive Faculty & Sponsor Cocktail Reception on January 20th at 5:30pm ++ invitation for (6) to the exclusive Faculty & Sponsor Dinner on January 20th at 7 pmVisit our website to reserve booth space and register personnel: www.acmd-derm-hawaii.com
  • 4. $75,000+ LevelYour company would receive++ one (1) booth in a premiere, high traffic location++ six (6) exhibitor registrations++ recognition in the brochure and on-site++ opportunity to host (3) three Advisory Board/Marketing sessions++ appropriate recognition as a sponsor on MauiDermNews.com website++ invitation for (4) to the exclusive Faculty & Sponsor Cocktail Reception on January 20th at 5:30pm++ invitation for (4) to the exclusive Faculty & Sponsor Dinner on January 20th at 7pm$50,000+ LevelYour company would receive++ one (1) booth++ four (4) exhibitor registrations++ recognition in the brochure and on-site++ opportunity to host (2) two Advisory Board/Marketing sessions++ appropriate recognition as a sponsor on MauiDermNews.com website++ invitation for (2) to the exclusive Faculty & Sponsor Cocktail Reception on January 20th at 5:30pm++ invitation for (2) to the exclusive Faculty & Sponsor Dinner on January 20th at 7 pm$25,000+ LevelYour company would receive++ one (1) booth++ two (2) exhibitor registrations++ recognition in the brochure and on-site++ appropriate recognition as a sponsor on MauiDermNews.com website++ invitation for (2) to the exclusive Faculty & Sponsor Cocktail Reception on January 20th at 5:30pmUNRESTRICTED EDUCATIONAL GRANTS (*)Unrestricted educational grants will be used to underwrite the cost of our live educational program.WORKSHOP FEESThis fee will be used to support the expenses in putting on the various demonstrations and workshops.The suggested amount is $15,000.00.EXHIBIT SPACESee invitation to exhibit.(*) Please refer to the ACCME Standards for Commercial SupportWe look forward to your participation and support. Warmest Aloha, Visit our website to reserve booth space and register personnel: www.acmd-derm-hawaii.com
  • 5. 2012 Promotional Opportunities Breakfasts $22,000 * Includes: ++ Hot Breakfast Buffet ++ Signage on buffet with your company logo ++ Recognition on Sponsor Banner (based on 400 people) Coffee Breaks $12,000 * Includes: ++ Food & Beverage items ++ Signage on buffet with your company logo ++ Recognition on Sponsor Banner (based on 400 people) Lunch Lectures – “Lunch with the Faculty $10,000 * Includes: ++ Food & Beverage items ++ Signage on buffet with your company logo ++ Recognition on Sponsor Banner (based on 200 people) Dinner $48,000 Includes: ++ Food & Beverage items ++ Signage on buffet with your company logo ++ Recognition on Sponsor Banner (based on 375 people) Company Logo Items ++ T-Shirt $7.75 each (Qty 400) ++ Lip Balm with Sunscreen $2.25 each (Qty 400) ++ Tote Bag $5.95 each (Qty 400) * Daily CostVisit our website to reserve booth space and register personnel: www.acmd-derm-hawaii.com
  • 6. Promotional OpportunitiesComplete this form and return via email to Nicole Gomez at nicole.gomez@acmd-derm-hawaii.com or fax to858-683-2027ACMD prohibits the coordination of meetings during any of the educational or social functions.Company NameContact NameCompany AddressCity State ZIPPhone Fax EmailMaui Derm thanks you for your support!Visit our website to reserve booth space and register personnel: www.acmd-derm-hawaii.com
  • 7. Call for Posters + Abstracts Dear Colleague in Industry, Maui Derm 2013 has created a limited amount of space in the exhibition hall for poster exhibiton. The deadline for submitting a request to exhibit a poster is December 15, 2012. Please submit an email copy of the poster presenta- tion for review and selection to the program director, Dr. George Martin at: drgeorgemartin@aol.com. Abstracts for publication in the MauiDerm program book may also be submitted. Abstracts should be a maximum of 500 words. The deadline for abstract submission is December 15, 2012. Submitted abstracts should be emailed to the program director Dr. George Martin at: drgeorgemartin@aol.com. Please read the following guidelines carefully. Poster exhibits will be located in the Exhibit Area and you should be present each day from 6:30 am–7:30 am and during coffee breaks to present and discuss your poster. The maxi- mum recommended poster size is 4’ high x 8’ wide. POSTER SCHEDULE Poster Setup Friday, January 18 3:00 pm–7:00 pm Exhibitor Hall Open Saturday, January 19 6:30 am–12:00 pm Sunday, January 20 6:30 am–12:00 pm Monday, January 21 6:30 am–12:00 pm Tuesday, January 22 6:30 am–12:00 pm Wednesday, January 23 6:30 am–11:00 am Poster Tear-Down Wednesday, January 23 11:00 am–1:00 pm Please Note: All posters must adhere to this schedule. AVOIDANCE OF COMMERCIALISM Any exhibit, of which the cost is underwritten to any extent by a pharmaceutical company or other commercial enterprise, must avoid commercialism. Trade names must not be used for drugs, devices and/or instrumentation including lasers. In addition, such an exhibit should include a clear but inconspicuous acknowledgment stating that a portion of its cost was underwritten and identify the particular commercial company involved. No advertising mat- ter of any kind may be distributed nor will any material display which, in any way, directly promotes the commercial interest of any particular company, enterprise, or the exhibitor be permitted. Any medications or other substances, devices or equipment referred to in exhibit materials must be identified by their scientific names. Note: Sponsorship or funding by a commercial enterprise must be noted in the lower right hand corner of the ex- hibit. Failure to do so will result in the exhibit being taken down. RESPONSIBILITY FOR DAMAGE AND LOSS Maui Derm 2013, ICES and Grand Wailea Resort will not be responsible for damage, destruction, loss or theft of exhibits or property used in connection therewith, however cause, nor for goods sent to the building prior to or ruminating after the exhibit hall has closed. The poster presenter agrees to the above and will present no claims to MauiDerm, ICES or Grand Wailea Resort. The poster presenter assumes all responsibility for damage or loss to the Poster exhibit and for damage caused by the poster exhibit to the person, property and rights (including patient) or others, including damage to the floors, walls, decoration or equipment of the Grand Wailea Resort and the poster present agrees to protect, indemnify, hold harmless and defend the MauiDerm, ICES and the Grand Wailea Resort from and against any claim for such damage or loss. TRANSPORTING Poster presenters are encouraged to carry their material with them since small and/or flat items are easy to lose in shipping. MauiDerm does not provide return shipping services for poster presenters, however shipping services are available at the Business Center at the Grand Wailea Resort. QUESTIONS? Should you need further information, please contact: Dr. George Martin, Program Chairman | Phone 808-875-0511 | Email drgeorgemartin@aol.comVisit our website to reserve booth space and register personnel: www.acmd-derm-hawaii.com
  • 8. Invitation to ExhibitMaui Derm 2013 invites you to participate in the Exhibit Program for this meeting. Maui Derm offers exhibitingcompanies the opportunity to display their products and services to dermatologists from all over the United States.EXHIBIT DATES AND HOURS 1. Each applicant must supply specific informationFriday, January 18 (Set Up) 3:00 pm–7:00 pm concerning the products or services to be dis-Saturday, January 19 6:30 am–12:00 pm played with the exhibit application.Sunday, January 20 6:30 am–12:00 pmMonday, January 21 6:30 am–12:00 pm 2. When deemed necessary, Maui Derm may requestTuesday, January 22 6:30 am–12:00 pm additional supporting data from the applicant.Wednesday, January 23 6:30 am–12:00 pmWednesday, Jan. 23 (Dismantle) 11:00 am–1:00 pm BOOTH INFORMATION All booths will be approximately 8’ x 10’ (80 squareBreakfast will be served daily from 6:30 am to 7:30 am. feet). To maintain uniformity and to prevent obstructionOne 30-minute refreshment break will be held in the of view of adjoining booths, no solid or draped wallsExhibit Area. can be higher than eight (8) feet in the back and four (4) feet along the dividers and aisles. The price of theCATEGORIES OF EXHIBITS booth includes, in additional to the space itself for theThe exhibit program is designed to provide firsthand entire exhibit, a lone line sign, showing firm name, andinformation about products and services specific to the one (1) complimentary registration per booth.area of dermatology and to serve as a forum for updat-ing the physician’s knowledge of current technological The exhibit area is carpeted. Sufficient lighting is pro-advances in the field of dermatology. The exhibit pro- vided for adequate illumination in the exhibit area, butgram is an integral part of the overall education pro- no individual electrical outlets are provided in the boothgram for this meeting. space. The appropriate electrical contractor to ensure that all safety requirements and fire regulations of theCRITERIA FOR ACCEPTANCE hotel are met must supply all electrical work. All drap-Permission to exhibit may be granted to firms only if ing or display materials of cloth must be fireproofed.their proposed exhibit meets the following criteria: Under no conditions will combustible oils or gases be permitted in the exhibit area.1. The product or service relates specifically to the medical and scientific aspects of the practice of ASSIGNMENT OF SPACE dermatology; All booths will be assigned on a first come, first served basis. Preferences will be given to companies that pro-2. The products or services to be displayed are safe vide sponsorship to Maui Derm. when used in accordance with the instructions or recommendations of the applicant; PAYMENT Booth fees are $2,500.00 USD per 8’ x 10’ area if space3. The products or services are capable of safely is booked prior to August 31, 2012. After September 1, performing in accordance with the claims made by 2012 there will be an additional charge of $300.00 USD the applicant; per exhibitor.4. The products or services to be displayed con- Full payment must be submitted with the application tribute significantly to the education goal of the for exhibit space. No application will be processed or meeting. space assigned until payment is received.APPLICATION DEADLINE CONTRACTOR SERVICESIn order to be considered for first assignment of space, Once your deposit is received, you will receive informa-applications must be returned by November 1, 2012. tion on any contractor services. All official contractors act in their own behalf in all arrangements with exhibi-REVIEW PROCEDURES tors and are not agents, employees or representativesApplications for exhibit space will be reviewed to deter- of the Meeting. All services or material supplied bymine whether they satisfy the criteria for acceptance. such contractors on order of the exhibitor will be billedAlso, please note the following: directly by the contractor to the exhibitor. Therefore, the meeting does not assume any liability or responsi-Visit our website to reserve booth space and register personnel: www.acmd-derm-hawaii.com
  • 9. bility for any act performed or omitted by such official ticular products or services have been exhibited at the contractors. meeting or in a manner that could be construed as an endorsement by the meeting is prohibited. REGISTRATION Registration forms will be sent to each exhibiting com- Exhibitors shall not transmit nor permit anyone to trans- pany with their exhibitor confirmation. These forms mit a description of any part of the meeting by means should be returned no later than October 31, 2012. No of radio, television, cable, videotape or other method of exhibitor will be admitted to the exhibit area without an transmission of audio or visual reports without written exhibitor’s badge. Each exhibitor is allowed one (1) reg- consent. istration per booth without charge. Maximum of three (3) exhibitors per booth. Advertising materials cannot be distributed outside the exhibitor’s booth. This applies to distributing fliers, The Maui Derm registration desk will be located ad- handbills, invitations, magazines or other advertising jacent to the meeting rooms and will be in operation material to hotel rooms of meeting attendees. Distrib- during exhibit hours. uting material in any part of the facilities used by the meeting is forbidden. CANCELLATION/REFUND POLICY Notification of an exhibitor’s decision to cancel must be Badges mailed in writing on company letterhead to Maui Derm. All representatives of exhibiting firms must register If written notification of cancellation is received by: Oc- and wear the official exhibitor’s badge for admission tober 31, 2012 Full Refund (less $100 fee); November to and while in the exhibit hall. Company badges will 1 - November 30, 2012 50% Refund; after November not be accepted in lieu of the official badge. Exhibitors 30, 2012 No provision for any refund. may not deface or mark badges in any manner. Affixing stick-on items, punching, stamping or marking badges SET UP AND DISMANTLING OF EXHIBITS is not permitted. Individuals who do not have badges Set Up Friday, January 18 will not be permitted into the exhibit area. 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm Booth Activities/Demonstrations/Audiovisual Dismantle Wednesday, January 23 Presentations 11:00 am - 1:00 pm The exhibitor is permitted to demonstrate the firm’s equipment and to make information presentations Exhibits must not be disturbed, dismantled or removed regarding the product line or service in the booth. before 11:00 am on Wednesday, January 23. All exhibit However, other attention getting devices in the form of material must be removed from the exhibit area by 1:00 entertainment, or demonstrations of non-product items pm on Wednesday, January 23. or services must be approved in writing by the Meeting Manager. Only such activities which, in the discretion RULES AND REGULATIONS of the Meeting Manager, are in keeping with the pro- By applying for exhibit space, a company agrees to ad- fessional deportment of the technical exhibits program here to all conditions and regulations outlined in this will be permitted. All demonstrations shall be confined Invitation to Exhibit. The following rules and regulations to the space allocated each exhibitor. The use of other have been designed for the benefit of all exhibitors. than closed-sound systems will be permitted only with Maui Derm requests full cooperation of the exhibitor in the prior approval of the Meeting Manager. Any exhibit their observance. Please be sure that your promotional may be closed if deemed by the Meeting Manager to department or anyone else involved in the arrange- have an excessive noise level. ments for your exhibit had a copy of these rules and regulations. Contests and Drawings Prize contests, awards, drawings, raffles or lotteries It is the responsibility of the exhibitor to guarantee that of any description held at any time or place within the booth staff are aware of and adhere to these rules, and auspices of the meeting are not permitted. Attendees conduct themselves in a professional manner through- may not be registered for drawings, raffles or lotteries, out the meeting. For your own protection please read which might be conducted. Gaming devices of any the exhibitor rules and regulations outlined in the pro- description are not allowed in the exhibit hall. spectus. Also, it is important to review these terms and conditions as well as any general information with your FDA Regulations exhibitor representatives who will be staffing our booth Exhibitors must abide by all applicable Food and Drug on-site. Administration (FDA) regulations, including but not lim- ited to any or all approved requirements. Exhibitors Advertising are reminded that the FDA prohibits the advertising Exhibit items, advertising literature or pamphlets that or other promotion of investigational or unapproved are distributed may contain only recognized indica- drugs or devices. The FDA also forbids the promotion tions and claims. Advertising in any media that par- of approved drugs or devices for unapproved uses. InVisit our website to reserve booth space and register personnel: www.acmd-derm-hawaii.com
  • 10. addition, under FDA rules, the background of the ex- agents or employees or of the Hotel and its agents,hibit must show the generic name of any drug products servants or employees. In case any part of the exhibi-featured. tion hall is destroyed or damaged so as to prevent Maui Derm from permitting and exhibitor to occupy assignedSmoking space during any part of the whole of the exhibitionMaui Derm has established a non-smoking policy for period, or in case occupation of assigned space duringthe meeting. This applies to the entire meeting. Thank an part or the whole of the exposition period is pre-you for not smoking. vented by strikes, Acts of God, national emergency or other cause beyond the control of Maui Derm, then theHospitality Functions exhibitor will be charged for space only for the periodPrior Maui Derm approval is required for all exhibitor the space was or could have been occupied by exhibi-hospitality functions. Hospitality functions cannot con- tor; and the exhibitor hereby waives any claim againstflict with official Maui Derm activities and must have no Maui Derm, its directors, officers, agents or employeesformal marketing, production demonstrations or scien- for losses or damages which may arise in consequencetific presentations. No exceptions to this rule will be of such inability to occupy assigned space.allowed. Requests for such activities must be submit-ted in writing to the Meeting Manager prior to Novem- Interpretation and Application ofber 30, 2010. The request must specify date, time and Rules and Regulationslocation as well as type of function and anticipated All matters in question not specifically covered byattendance. these rules and regulations are subject to the decision of Maui Derm through its Board. Exhibitors agree toSubletting/Sharing of Space comply with all subsequent reasonable rules adoptedNo part of any exhibit space assigned to an exhibitor by Maui Derm. Maui Derm may grant permission to ex-may be reassigned, sublet or shared with any other hibit, subject to such special conditions or limitations,party by the exhibitor. as it deems necessary to assure that an exhibit satis- fies the basic criteria for technical exhibits.Shipping InformationShipping information will be sent to you 90 days priorto meeting date. Exhibitors are responsible for all feesassociated with shipping materials.InsuranceIt is the responsibility of each exhibitor to maintain suchinsurance against injury to person or damage or lossesof property in such amounts as the exhibitor deems ad-equate. Insurance protection will not be provided to theexhibitor either by Maui Derm or the Hotel.SecurityWatchmen will NOT be available. The exhibit hall en-trances will be closed after exhibit hours each day.There is not to be any assumption of obligation or dutywith respect to the protection of the property of the ex-hibitors, which shall at all times be the sole responsibil-ity of each exhibitor.Liability and IndemnificationThe exhibitor will be fully responsible for any claims,liabilities, losses, damages or expenses relating to orarising out of any property of exhibitor or any otherproperty where such injury, loss or damage is incidentto, arises out of, or is in any way connected with exhibi-tor’s participation in Maui Derm exhibit program. Theexhibitor shall protect, indemnify, hold harmless anddefend Maui Derm, its officers, directors, agents andemployees and the Hotel and its agents, servants andemployees from and against any and all such claims,liabilities, losses, damages and expenses; providedthat the foregoing shall not apply to injury, loss ordamaged by or resulting from the negligence or will-ful misconduct of Maui Derm, its officers, directors,Visit our website to reserve booth space and register personnel: www.acmd-derm-hawaii.com
  • 11. Maui Derm 2013 Faculty Maui Derm Program Director George Martin, MD Maui Derm Faculty R. Rox Anderson, MD, PhD Craig Leonardi, MD Mathew Avram, MD, JD Stuart Maddin, MD Hilary Baldwin, MD Ashfaq Marghoob, MD Jeffrey Benabio, MD Stuart Nelson, MD, PhD Neal Bhatia, MD John Parrish, MD Andrew Blauvelt, MD Kevin Pinski, MD Joel Cohen, MD Sheldon Pollack, MD Curtis Cole, PhD Alain Rook, MD Lawrence Eichenfield, MD Ted Rosen, MD Rebecca Fitzgerald, MD E. Vic Ross, MD Sheila Fallon-Friedlander, MD Alan Shalita, MD Ilona Frieden, MD Ava Shamban, MD Barbara Gilchrest, MD Eggert Stockfleth, MD Michael Gold, MD Bruce Strober, MD, PhD Mitchel Goldman, MD Neil Swanson, MD Kenneth Gordon, MD Kenneth Tanabe, MD Omar Ibrahimi, M, PhD James Treat, MD Derek Jones, MD Hensin Tsao, MD, PhD Arthur Kavanaugh, MD Sandy Tsao, MD Suzanne Kilmer, MD John Vorhees, MD Daniela Kroshinsky, MD Guy Webster, MD, PhD Richard Langley, MD Wm. Philip Werschler, MD David Laub, MD John Zone, MD Philip LeBoit, MD * Subject to ChangeVisit our website to reserve booth space and register personnel: www.acmd-derm-hawaii.com
  • 12. Program DescriptionINTRODUCTIONAdvances in Cosmetic and Medical Dermatology Mission StatementTo increase physicians’ knowledge in areas of medical and cosmetic dermatology in order to enable the physi-cians to provide better care for their patients.About University of LouisvilleThe mission of University of Louisville Continuing Health Sciences Education Program is to assist physicians andother healthcare professionals in the translation, diffusion, and application of evidence-based knowledge in orderto change competence, professional performance and/or patient outcomes.PROGRAM RATIONALEThe Dermatology landscape is ever changing. There have been significant advances with regards to the diagno-sis, management and treatment of both medical and cosmetic dermatologic conditions. Dermatologists requiredirection and insight into the proper management of these conditions.TARGET AUDIENCEThis educational activity is designed for Dermatologists.LEARNING OBJECTIVESAs a result of attending the Advances in Cosmetic and Medical Dermatology Meeting “Maui Derm 2013”, attend-ees should be able to:1. Demonstrate increased knowledge regarding the pathogenesis of various dermatological conditions such as psoriasis, acne vulgaris, rosacea, atopic dermatitis, cutaneous bacterial, fungal, viral and parasitic infections, actinic keratoses, melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancer, pediatric skin disorders including congenital hemangiomas, atopic dermatitis, urticaria and nevi, melasma, vitiligo, varicosities, intrinsic and extrinsic ag- ing of the skin, autoimmune blistering diseases and nail and hair disorders in order to accurately diagnose and manage these conditions in their patients2. Cite the mechanisms of action of various drugs and immunomodulatory agents that are commonly pre- scribed by dermatologists, including: topical and systemic corticosteroids, newer biologic agents, including TNF inhibitors, T cell targeted therapies, anti-IL 12/23 agents, anti B cell therapies, retinoids, methotrexate, cyclosporine, calcineurin inhibitors, antihistamines; sunscreens; oral and topical acne therapies; oral and topical antibiotics, antifungals, anti virals; topical skin lightening and rejuvenating agents; topical antioxidants and peptides; 5-fluorouracil, imiquimod, diclofenac; vaccines; Botulinum Toxins; dermal filler agents includ- ing hyaluronic acid, collagen, polylactic acid, hydroxyappetite based fillers and permanent fillers; lasers, radiofrequency devices, intense pulse light sources, cryolipolysis and photodynamic therapy and identify patients in practice for whom these therapies may be appropriate3. Describe potential adverse effects and resistance issues that may be related to the use of various drugs and therapies prescribed by dermatologists as well as therapeutic modalities including: topical and systemic corticosteroids, newer biologic agents, including TNF inhibitors, T cell targeted therapies, anti-IL 12/23 agents, anti B cell therapies, retinoids, methotrexate, cyclosporine; oral and topical acne therapies; oral and topical antibiotics, antifungals, anti virals; antihistamines, antihistamines, calcineurin inhibitors; topical skin lightening agents; sunscreens; topical skin repigmenting agents; topical antioxidants and peptides; 5-fluo- rouracil, imiquimod, diclofenac; vaccines; Botulinum Toxins; dermal filler agents including hyaluronic acid, collagen, polylactic acid, hydroxyappetite based fillers; lasers, radiofrequency devices, cryolipolysis, intense pulse light sources and photodynamic therapy; surgical procedures in order to implement appropriate man- agement strategies in order to reduce these adverse effects so as to optimize patient outcomes4. Define appropriate outcome measures for the optimal follow-up of patients with dermatologic diseases as well as those receiving cosmetic procedures in order to improve healthcare outcomesVisit our website to reserve booth space and register personnel: www.acmd-derm-hawaii.com
  • 13. 5. Experience hands-on workshops and live patient demonstrations when utilizing dermascopy and toxins/fill- ers in order to improve physician competency and ultimately maximize patient and healthcare outcomes 6. Cite the data around emerging therapies for the treatment of dermatologic diseases and develop treatment algorithms for the use of therapies for patients in practice who may benefit from the novel therapeutics 7. Appreciate the importance of clinician/patient communication regarding benefits versus risks when selecting therapies and discussing patient satisfaction ENDURING EDUCATION E-Newsletters Based upon the evidence-based content delivered at the MauiDerm conference, the educational e-newsletters will cover the various topics delivered from the meeting. These quarterly e-newsletters will be delivered electronically via an “opt-in” process to the dermatology community. The e-newsletters will include key talking points from the presentations, challenging cases including both diagnostic and management issues, embedded videos and pod- casts, and downloadable slides. Topics to be included are: • Psoriasis • Acne/Rosacea • Photoaging • Toxins/Fillers • Lasers • Pediatric Dermatology • Cutaneous Oncology and Pigmented Lesions • Infectious Disease • New Drugs • Cutaneous Immunology and Blistering Diseases of the Skin Therapeutic Forum The MauiDerm Therapeutic Forum is an online forum that discusses hot topics and challenging cases and allows for participants to view pictures and videos that accompany the case studies. Faculty will be available to discuss the cases and viewers will have an opportunity to pose challenging questions to the faculty. All topics and case studies will be based upon the evidence-based medicine discussed at the live meeting. Online forums allow us to assess knowledge gaps and practice patterns and provide a means for future needs assessments. Dermatology Times In order to reach a broader audience with the content from the MauiDerm meeting, Advances in Cosmetic and Medical Dermatology (ACMD) will produce follow-up conference coverage in the Dermatology Times. Dermatology Times is the only clinical newsmagazine that reaches dermatologists exclusively. The combination of timely, high- level reporting and targeted specialty reach of the most active prescribers in skin care enables Dermatology Times to generate higher readership and exposure. MauiDermNews.com Based upon funds received and speaker approval, ACMD also plans to produce online video web/podcasts that will be available on both the ACMD website and MauiDermNews.com. Maui Derm News (www.mauidermnews.com) is the premiere website for practicing dermatologists with an interest in both medical and cosmetic dermatology. The Maui Derm News website reaches approximately 1,000 practicing dermatologists who have opted in to receive the bi-monthly newsletter which covers a broad array of topics from the live Maui Derm conference(s). Our newsletters have an “open-rate” over 10% above the industry average which makes our newsletters a key source of education for healthcare providers.Visit our website to reserve booth space and register personnel: www.acmd-derm-hawaii.com
  • 14. ACCREDITATION STATEMENTThis activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and policies of the Ac-creditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the University of Louisville Continuing SciencesEducation. University of Louisville Continuing Sciences Education is accredited by the ACCME to provide con-tinuing medical education for physicians.University of Louisville Continuing Health Sciences Education is Accredited with Commendation by the ACCME.Participants of this activity will have the opportunity to earn up to 39 hours of CME.Validation of ContentThe content of The University of Louisville Continuing Health Sciences Education CME activities are reviewed bythe Continuing Health Sciences Education Advisory Committee to ensure that the content is evidenced basedand best practices.Disclosure PolicyUniversity of Louisville Continuing Health Sciences Education (CHSE) has implemented a process where everyonewho is in a position to control the content of an educational activity must disclose all relevant financial relation-ships with any commercial interest. In addition, should it be determined that a conflict of interest exists, as aresult of a financial a relationship, the conflict of interest will be resolved before moving to the next step in theplanning process of a CME activity. An individual who refuses to disclose relevant financial relationships will bedisqualified from being a planner, teacher, or an author of CME and cannot have control or responsibility for thedevelopment, management, presentation or evaluation of a CHSE/CME activity. If you have a conflict of interestand it is not resolved, your presentation can not be awarded CME credit.Overall FormatThis 5-day, comprehensive CME activity will utilize evidence-based data around the management of dermato-logic conditions. Case studies, interactive discussion, patient demonstrations, and workshops will enhance therelevancy providing dermatologists with the ability to apply the data into clinical practice.ADA STATEMENTSpecial Needs: In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Maui Derm & HTC Intl. seeks to make thisconference accessible to all. If you have a disability which might require special accommodations, please contactHTC Intl at 312-263-1007 or e-mail your needs to: ACMD@htcintl.com.Registration & Exhibit Set-UpFRIDAY, JANUARY 18 – 3:00-7:00 PMVisit our website to reserve booth space and register personnel: www.acmd-derm-hawaii.com
  • 15. Lecture ProgramDAY, JANUARY 18, 2008 SATURDAY, JANUARY 196:30-7:30 AM Breakfast + Exhibitis Introduction + Hawaiian Blessing George Martin, MD – Program Director7:30-7:45 AM UPDATE The most important advances in dermatology from 2012 are discussed.7:45-8:30 AM Dermatology in Review Faculty: H. Tsao, MD, PhD POINT : COUNTERPOINT What new drugs are in the medicine cabinet and how we will be using them.8:30-9:00 AM New Drugs in 2013 Faculty: T. Rosen, MD; N. Bhatia, MD GREAT CASES The spectrum of cutaneous oncology from AKs to horrific tumors that require a multidisciplinary Cutaneous Oncology approach will be discussed. This session is designed to challenge you to think outside the box!9:30-10:00 AM Moderators: G. Martin, MD; E. Stockfleth, MD; T. Rosen, MD; N. Bhatia, MD; N. Swanson, MD; M. Brown, MD10:00-10:45 AM Break + Exhibits SYMPOSIUM Moderators: G. Martin, MD; E. Stockfleth, MD; Cutaneous Oncology T. Rosen, MD; N. Bhatia, MD;10:45-11:45 AM N. Swanson, MD; M. Brown, MD (Continued) Pigmented Lesion Clinic A wide array of challenging clinical scenarios involving pigmented lesions that challenged even our experts will be presented.11:45-12:45 PM Moderator: H. Tsao, MD, PhD Faculty: A. Marghoob, MD; P. LeBoit, MD; I. Frieden, MD; K. Tanabe, MD Q&A12:45-1:15 PM LUNCH WITH THE FACULTY Moderator: H. Tsao, MD, PhD Pigmented Lesion Clinic Faculty: A. Marghoob, MD; P. LeBoit, MD;1:15-2:45 PM I. Frieden, MD; K. Tanabe, MD (Continued) WORKSHOP Dr. Ash Marghoob will hold his internationally acclaimed workshop on dermoscopy. The Dermoscopy workshop is designed to bring attendees up to date with current interpretation of dermoscopic colors and structures. The 2-step algorithm 2:45-5:30 PM and pattern analysis to assist in detecting skin cancer will be stressed. This knowledge will be applied to a set of unknowns, which the audi- ence will help analyze. Faculty: A. Marghoob, MD6:00-9:00 PM Welcome Reception + Dinner “Under the Stars” Advanced Registration Required. No Fee. Lunch with the Faculty requires ticket.Visit our website to reserve booth space and register personnel: www.acmd-derm-hawaii.com
  • 16. Lecture ProgramD AY, JA NUA RY 1 8 , 2 0 0 8 SUNDAY, JANUARY 20 6:30-7:30 AM Breakfast + Exhibits GREAT CASES What you will need to know in 2013. 7:30-8:30 AM Faculty: Infectious Disease Update 2013 T. Rosen, MD; A. Blauvelt, MD UPDATE Insights gained from studies of aging’s molecular basis. 8:30-9:00 AM Molecular Mechanisms of Aging Faculty: B. Gilchrest, MD HOT TOPIC Faculty: J. Vorhees, MD 9:00-9:45 AM ACMD “Kahuna” Award Lecture Photoaging 9:45-10:30 AM Break + Exhibits HOT TOPIC Faculty: C. Cole, PhD 10:30-11:10 AM Sunscreens: Debunking the Myths Sunscreen Technology: The Future GREAT CASES Faculty: D. Kroshinsky, MD 11:10-11:45 AM Great Cases from the Consult Service at MGH The title says it all! What is all the fuss about gluten? From urticaria to anaphylaxis to belly cramps to celiac disease to DH. 11:45-12:15 PM Faculty: J. Zone, MD Pediatric Dermatology Faculty: S. Fallon-Friedlander, MD; I. Frieden, MD; 12:15-12:45 PM L. Eichenfield, MD; J. Treat, MD Q+A 12:45-1:15 PM LUNCH WITH THE FACULTY Faculty: S. Fallon-Friedlander, MD; I. Frieden, MD; Pediatric Dermatology L. Eichenfield, MD; J. Treat, MD 1:15-4:00 PM (continued) Advanced Registration Required. No Fee.Visit our website to reserve booth space and register personnel: www.acmd-derm-hawaii.com
  • 17. Lecture ProgramD AY, JA N U A RY 1 8 , 2 0 0 8 MONDAY, JANUARY 21 6:30-7:30 AM Breakfast + Exhibits UPDATE Challenging cases that made our faculty think “Outside the Box”. Acne & Rosacea Moderator: G. Webster, MD, PhD 7:30-8:45 AM Faculty: A. Shalita, MD; L. Eichenfield, MD; H. Baldwin, MD UPDATE Evolving concepts in immunology are changing the way in which we treat skin diseases. 8:45-9:15 AM Immunology Update 2013 Faculty: A. Blauvelt, MD Keloids: Faculty: 9:15-9:45 AM When to Watch and When to Cut H. Baldwin, MD 9:45-10:30 AM Break + Exhibits UPDATE Moderator: B. Strober, MD, PhD Psoriasis Update 2013 Faculty: 10:30-11:30 AM New Drugs, New Data, Difficult Cases and C. Leonardi, MD; K. Gordon, MD; Management Strategies R. Langley, MD; A. Kavanaugh, MD; A. Blauvelt, MD UPDATE Dr. Rook will share new insights into the diagnosis and management of CTCL. 11:30-12:10 PM Cutaneous T Cell Lymphoma Faculty: A. Rook, MD Q&A 12:10-12:40 PM LUNCH WITH THE FACULTY 1:00-4:00 PM Challenging Cases in Psoriasis Reputation Management Faculty: Using Doctor Rating Sites, Facebook, and Twitter J. Benabio, MD 1:00-4:00 PM to Benefit Your Practice. 6:00-9:00 PM Cocktails + Dinner “Under the Stars” Advanced Registration Required. No Fee. Lunch with the Faculty requires ticket.Visit our website to reserve booth space and register personnel: www.acmd-derm-hawaii.com
  • 18. Lecture ProgramD AY, JA NUA RY 1 8 , 2 0 0 8 TUESDAY, JANUARY 22 6:30-7:30 AM Breakfast + Exhibits Toxins Moderators: What’s New? J. Cohen, MD; M. Gold, MD 7:30-8:15 AM Are There Differences Among the Toxins? What We Have Learned? SYMPOSIUM Demonstration of Injection Techniques and “How We Do It” with Commentary from the Toxins: Onstage Live Patient Demonstrations Panel. 8:15-9:45 AM Moderators: J. Cohen, MD; M. Gold, MD; D. Laub, MD 9:45-10:30 AM Break + Exhibits SYMPOSIUM Our faculty will discuss their approaches to a wide array of clinical presentations and discuss Fillers by Region their “do’s and don’ts ” in order to achieve superb outcomes! Case-Based Discussion with Our Faculty 10:30-12:00 PM Faculty: D. Laub, MD; A. Shamban, MD; K. Pinski, MD; S. Pollack, MD; R. Fitzgerald, MD; S. Tsao, MD; D. Jones, MD Complications Using Dermal Fillers Faculty: How to avoid them and what to do when they J. Cohen, MD 12:00-12:30 PM happen. Q&A 12:30-1:00 PM LUNCH WITH THE FACULTY Moderators: D. Laub, MD Fillers: Onstage Live Patient Demonstration Faculty: 1:00-3:00 PM P. Werschler, MD; M. Goldman, MD; A. Shamban, MD; K. Pinski, MD; S. Pollack, MD; R. Fitzgerald, MD; S. Tsao, MD; D. Jones, MD AFTERNOON WORKSHOP All Faculty Breakout Sessions 3:00-5:00 PM Small Group, Live Patient Demonstration Using Toxins and Dermal Fillers by Product Advanced Registration Required. No. Fee. Lunch with the Faculty requires ticket.Visit our website to reserve booth space and register personnel: www.acmd-derm-hawaii.com
  • 19. Lecture ProgramD AY, JA N U A RY 1 8 , 2 0 0 8 WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23 6:30-7:30 AM Breakfast + Exhibits SYMPOSIUM Principles and Practice followed by Live Patient Onstage Demonstration. 7:30-8:30 AM Sclerotherapy Faculty: M. Goldman, MD SYMPOSIUM Faculty: V. Ross, MD Lasers and Light Devices O. Ibrahimi, MD, PhD 8:30-9:00 AM Principles and Safety Blasting Away Pigment Faculty: How to Best Target Hair, Tattoos, and Brown Spots S. Kilmer, MD; R. Anderson, MD, PhD; S. Nelson, MD, PhD; S. Tsao, MD; 9:00-10:00 AM V. Ross, MD; M. Avram, MD, JD; O. Ibrahimi, MD, PhD; M. Gold, MD; M. Goldman, MD 10:00-10:30 AM Break + Exhibits HOT TOPIC Faculty: J. Parrish, MD 10:30-11:00 PM ACMD “Kahuna Award” Lecture HOT TOPIC Laser Faculty 11:00-12:00 PM Killing those Vessels Softly How to Best Target All Kinds of Vascular Lesions Q+A 12:00-12:30 PM LUNCH WITH THE FACULTY Laser Faculty Just the Fracts 12:30-1:30 PM How to Maximize Results with Fractional Resurfac- ing For Scars and Photodamage and Beyond Tightening Tissue and Zap the Fat Laser Faculty 1:30-2:30 PM 2:30-3:00 PM Combining Lasers with Toxins and Fillers Laser Faculty Abstract Presentations And Video Demonstra- Laser Faculty 3:30-3:45 PM tions Of New Technologies Looking into the Future Faculty: 3:45-4:15 PM What’s on the Horizon? Rox Anderson, MD, PhD Advanced Registration Required. No Fee. Lunch with the Faculty requires ticket.Visit our website to reserve booth space and register personnel: www.acmd-derm-hawaii.com
  • 20. Administrative OfficeMaui Derm41 East Lipoa Street, Suite 21Kihei, HI 96753

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