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  • 1. Advances in Diabetesand Thyroid Disease 2012Course Directors Martin J. Abrahamson, MD Associate Professor of Medicine Harvard Medical School Medical Director Joslin Diabetes Center Richard S. Beaser, MD Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine Harvard Medical School Medical Executive Director, Professional Education Joslin Diabetes Center James V. Hennessey, MD Director, Clinical Endocrinology November 1­ 3, 2012 – Division of Endocrinology The Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Boston, Massachusetts A comprehensive Harvard Medical School CME activity addressing practical aspects of diabetes andthyroid disease care and management, including the use of new technologies that address the growing complexity of diabetes care and the challenges of managing chronic illness in a primary care practice Register by June 21 SPACE IS LIMITED. REGISTER TODAY AT: and save $200! WWW.CME.HMS.HARVARD.EDU/COURSES/JOSLIN
  • 2. Advances in Diabetesand Thyroid Disease 2012Why You Should AttendBecause the majority of people with diabetes and thyroid Learning Objectivesdisease are cared for by their primary care providers, PCPs Upon completion of this activity,need a comprehensive review and update on clinical participants will be able to:management to provide optimal care. This annual CMEcourse, initiated more than century ago by Elliott P. Joslin, • Describe recent advances in the understanding of the patho-MD, in conjunction with Harvard Medical School, is the physiology of type 1 and type 2 diabetes, as well as comor-longest-running academic course in diabetes in the United bidities of these conditionsStates and, likely, the world. The course has evolved with • Describe advances in research related to the treatment ofdiabetes practice and research as well as the changing diabetes and related conditions that have translated intocontinuing education needs of the medical profession, improved glucose control, complication prevention/treatment,incorporating participant interaction in smaller breakout and quality of life for people living with this conditionsessions, interactive workshops, and question-and-answer • Demonstrate skills in advancing therapies for glycemic controlopportunities for a dynamic learning experience. aimed at achieving recommended treatment targets • Identify specific changes that they will make in their practices regarding care of people with diabetes and comorbidities based on updated knowledge of state-of-the-art treatment approachesThis year, to mark the 90thanniversary of the first use of insulin, • List improvements in skills in caring for people with diabetesthe course will highlight both the and related conditions based on participation in presentationshistory of and the latest developments and discussions of clinical case scenariosin insulin treatment. • Describe the incidence, clinical impact, and morbidity of hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism, thyroid dysfunction during pregnancy, and thyroid nodules • Discuss methods to diagnose hyperthyroidism, hypothyroid- ism, thyroid dysfunction affecting pregnancy, and thyroidTopics nodules when they are encountered in primary care practice• Thyroid and parathyroid diseases • Summarize approaches to treatment and/or collaborative• Obesity interventions for hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism, and thyroid nodules.• What the PCP needs to know about • Lifestyle approaches ACGME Competencies • Noninsulin medications This course is designed to meet one • Insulin or more of the following Accreditation• Diabetes complications Council of Graduate Medical Education competencies:• Prevention of type 2 diabetes • Patient care• Special populations • Medical knowledge• And more! • Practice-based learning and improvement2 Advances in Diabetes and Thyroid Disease 2012
  • 3. Agenda*Day 1: November 1, 2012 Day 2: November 2, 20127:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast 7:30 Continental Breakfast7:45 Welcome and Introduction Abrahamson 8:00 Keynote Lecture: Cypess8:00 Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease Stanton Brown Fat: What You Need to Know9:00 Hypothyroidism Garber 8:45 Lifestyle Modifications Phillips & Arathuzik9:45 Hyperthyroidism Hartzband 9:45 Break10:30 Break 10:00 Noninsulin Treatment of Diabetes: Abrahamson What the PCP Needs to Know10:45 Thyroid Nodules Hennessy 10:45 Insulin Treatment of Diabetes: Beaser11:30 Primary Care Role in the Identifica- Hollenberg What the PCP Needs to Know tion of Thyroid Disease in Pregnancy 11:30 Q&A Session Abrahamson & Beaser12:15 Panel Discussion and Q&A Session 11:45 Lunch (on your own) and Fitness Walk12:45 Lunch (on your own) 12:45 Simultaneous Workshops1:45 Keynote Lecture: Horton Can We Prevent T2DM? Problem-Solving and Clinical Pearls Abrahamson2:30 Pediatric Lecture Laffel Insulin and Noninsulin Medications Beaser3:15 Elderly Lecture Munshi 1:30 Cultural Considerations: Asian Hsu Patients4:00 Break 2:15 Diabetes in the Latino Population Caballero4:15 Rejuvenation Exercises 3:00 Break4:30 Motivational Interviewing Domino 3:15 Recent Advances in the Treatment of Gibbons5:15 Break (on your own) Complications: Neuropathy5:30 Stones, Groans, and Bones: Hyperparathyroidism, Vitamin D, 4:00 Eye Disease Aiello and a Primary Care Approach to Osteoporosis Therapies 4:30 Rejuvenation Exercises5:30 Dinner 4:45 Peripheral Vascular Disease Campbell6:00 Welcome and Introduction Hennessey 5:15 OSA Pogach6:15 Primary Hyperparathyroidism: Pallotta Key Considerations for the Primary 5:45 Break (on your own) Care Physician 6:15 Special Highlight: 90th Anniversary of the Use of Insulin6:45 Vitamin D and Bone Health: Malabanan 6:15 Dinner What Do the Current, Conflicting 6:45 Introduction and Historical Abrahamson & Beaser Recommendations Mean for the Perspective Primary Care Physician? 7:15 Reflections of a Diabetologist Younger7:15 Osteoporosis 2012: DXA Detection, Rosen Monitoring Intervals, and the Use 7:45 New Insulins TBD of the Newest Medications for the Primary Care Physician 8:15 CGM and New Insulin Products and Wolpert Devices7:45 Q&A Session All Faculty 8:45 Q&A Session All Faculty8:00 Adjourn Abrahamson & Beaser 9:00 Adjourn Abrahamson & Beaser (continued) 3
  • 4. Agenda* (continued) Faculty*Day 3: November 3, 2012 Martin J. Abrahamson, MD Associate Professor of Medicine Harvard Medical School Medical Director and Senior Vice President 7:30 Continental Breakfast Joslin Diabetes Center 8:00 Keynote Lecture: Chopra Insights into Liver Disease Lloyd P. Aiello, MD, PhD Associate Professor of Ophthalmology 8:45 Inpatient Treatment of Diabetes Hamdy Harvard Medical School Director, Beetham Eye Institute 9:30 Lipids Ganda Head, Section on Eye Research Joslin Diabetes Center 10:15 Break 10:30 Diabetic Foot Treatment Giurini Gillian Arathuzik, RD, LDN, CDE Nutrition Diabetes Educator 11:15 Cardiovascular Disease Cutlip Joslin Diabetes Center 12:00 Lunch (on your own) 1:00 Simultaneous Workshops Problem-Solving and Clinical Pearls Abrahamson Richard S. Beaser, MD Insulin and Noninsulin Medications Beaser Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine Harvard Medical School 1:45 Obesity Intensive Session: Nonsurgical Hamdy Medical Executive Director Professional Education 2:25 Obesity Intensive Session: Surgical Jones Joslin Diabetes Center 3:05 Patient Experiences (Both Scenarios) 3:45 Adjourn Enrique Caballero, MD Assistant Professor of Medicine Harvard Medical School*Program changes/substitutions may be made without notice Director, Medical Affairs Professional Education Director, Latino Diabetes Initiative Joslin Diabetes CenterThis activity has been submitted for independent commercial David R. Campbell, MDgrant support. No support had been awarded when this brochure Associate Clinical Professor of Surgerywent to press. Harvard Medical School Vascular Surgeon Beth Israel Deaconess Medical CenterAccreditation and Designation of CreditThe Harvard Medical School is accredited by the AccreditationCouncil for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing Sanjiv Chopra, MBBS, MACPmedical education for physicians. Professor of Medicine Faculty Dean for Continuing Education Harvard Medical SchoolThe Harvard Medical School designates this live activity for a Senior Consultant in Hepatologymaximum of 28.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits.™ Physicians Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Centershould claim only the credit commensurate with the extent oftheir participation in the activity. Donald E. Cutlip, MD Associate Professor of Medicine Harvard Medical School Director, Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory Beth Israel Deaconess Medical CenterSpace is limited. Executive Director Clinical TrialsRegister by June 21 and save $200. Harvard Clinical Research InstituteRegister by September 21 and save $100.Copyright ©2012 by Joslin Diabetes center. All rights reserved.4 Advances in Diabetes and Thyroid Disease 2012
  • 5. Aaron M. Cypess, MD, PhD, MMSc James V. Hennessey, MD Edward M. Phillips, MDAssistant Professor Director, Clinical Endocrinology Assistant Professor of Physical MedicineHarvard Medical School Division of Endocrinology and RehabilitationAssistant Investigator and Staff Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Harvard Medical SchoolPhysician Director, Outpatient Medical ServicesJoslin Diabetes Center Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital Network Assistant PhysiatristFrank Domino, MD Anthony Hollenberg, MD Massachusetts General HospitalClerkship Director in Family Medicine Associate Professor of Medicine Adjunct ScientistChair of the Clinical Years Curriculum Harvard Medical School Jean Mayer USDA Human NutritionCommittee Chief, Thyroid Unit Research Center on AgingUniversity of Massachusetts Medical Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Tufts UniversitySchool Melanie Pogach, MD Instructor in MedicineJason L. Gaglia, MD Edward S. Horton, MD Harvard Medical SchoolInstructor in Medicine Professor of Medicine Division of Pulmonary, Critical CareHarvard Medical School Harvard Medical School and Sleep MedicineStaff Physician Senior Investigator Beth Israel Deaconess Medical CenterJoslin Diabetes Center Joslin Diabetes Center Harold Rosen, MD William C. Hsu, MD Assistant Professor of MedicineOm P. Ganda, MD Assistant Professor of Medicine Harvard Medical SchoolAssociate Clinical Professor of Medicine Harvard Medical School Director, Osteoporosis PreventionHarvard Medical School Director, Asian Clinic and Treatment CenterDirector, Lipid Clinic Joslin Diabetes Center Beth Israel Deaconess Medical CenterJoslin Diabetes Center Robert C. Stanton, MD Daniel B. Jones, MD, FACS Associate Professor of MedicineJeffrey R. Garber, MD, FACP, FACE Associate Professor Harvard Medical SchoolAssociate Professor Harvard Medical School Chief of NephrologyHarvard Medical School Chief, Section of Minimally Joslin Diabetes CenterChief of Endocrinology Invasive SurgeryHarvard Vanguard Medical Associates Beth Israel Deaconess Medical CenterImmediate Past President, AmericanAssociation of Clinical Endocrinologists Howard A. Wolpert, MD Lori Laffel, MD, MPH Assistant Professor of MedicineChristopher Gibbons, MD, MMSc Associate Professor of Pediatrics Harvard Medical SchoolInstructor in Neurology Harvard Medical School Director, Insulin Pump ProgramHarvard Medical School Chief, Pediatric, Adolescent and Senior PhysicianBeth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Young Adult Section Joslin Diabetes CenterJoslin Diabetes Center Investigator, Genetics and Epidemiology Section Joslin Diabetes Center Donna Younger, MD, FACPJohn M. Giurini, DPM Assistant Medical ProfessorAssociate Professor in Surgery Alan O. Malabanan, MD, FACE Harvard Medical SchoolHarvard Medical School Assistant Professor of Medicine Staff PhysicianChief, Division of Podiatry Harvard Medical School Joslin Diabetes CeneterBeth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Associate Training Program Director, Staff Physician Endocrinology Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Beth Israel Deaconess Medical CenterOsama Hamdy, MD, PhD, FACE *Subject to changeHarvard Medical School Medha Munshi, MDMedical Director Assistant Professor of MedicineObesity Clinical Program Harvard Medical SchoolJoslin Diabetes Center Director of Joslin Geriatric Diabetes Programs Beth Israel Deaconess Medical CenterPamela Hartzband, MDAssistant Professor of Medicine Johanna A. Pallotta, MD, FACP, FACEHarvard Medical School Associate Professor of MedicineMedical Director, Thyroid Nodule Clinic Harvard Medical SchoolDivision of Endocrinology Senior PhysicianBeth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center REGISTER TODAY! WWW.CME.HMS.HARVARD.EDU/COURSES/JOSLIN 5
  • 6. Registration InformationInquiries Affiliated Performance Improvement CMEBy phone 617-384-8600, Monday–Friday, 10 AM to (PI CME) through the Joslin Professional4 PM (EDT) or by e-mail at hms-cme@hms.harvard.edu. Education Continuum (JPEC)Online Information This activity is aligned with four PI CME Pathways available via JPECTo register or view activity information online, visit at www.jpec.joslin.org.www.cme.hms.harvard.edu/courses/joslin.Disclosure Policy 1. Type 2 Diabetes Office SystemsHarvard Medical School (HMS) adheres to all ACCME Essential 2. Insulin TherapyAreas, Standards, and Policies. It is HMS’s policy that those 3. Advancing Therapies for Type 2 Diabeteswho have influenced the content of a CME activity (e.g., 4. Cardiometabolic Riskplanners, faculty, authors, reviewers and others) disclose allrelevant financial relationships with commercial entities so Performance Improvement CME is a construct introduced by thethat HMS may identify and resolve any conflicts of interest AMA in 2004. Completion of PI CME stages can result in up to 20prior to the activity. These disclosures will be provided in the AMA PRA Category 1 Credits.™ All four of the above pathways areactivity materials along with disclosure of any commercial approved through the American Board of Internal Medicine’s (ABIM)support received for the activity. Additionally, faculty members Approved Quality Improvement (AQI) Pathway and are eligible for 20have been instructed to disclose any limitations of data and points towards the Self-Evaluation of Practice Performance require-unlabeled or investigational uses of products during their ment of Maintenance of Certification (MOC). For more information,presentations. go to www.abim.org/moc/.Refund PolicyA handling fee of $60 is deducted for cancellation. Refund Visit www.jpec.joslin.org to get started.requests must be received by postal mail, e-mail, or fax oneweek prior to this activity. No refunds will be made thereafter.Course LocationAll sessions for this course will be held at the Fairmont Copley What your colleagues are saying aboutPlaza Hotel, 138 St. James Avenue, Boston, MA Advances in Diabetes and Thyroid Disease(Telephone: 1-800-441-1414 or 617-267-5300).Accommodations/Travel “This was one of the best conferences I haveA limited number of rooms have been reserved at theFairmont Copley Plaza Hotel (Telephone: 1-800-441-1414) attended in my entire career. It was a realisticuntil October 11, 2012. Please specify that you are enrolled view of the diabetic patient as well as the thyroidin this course to receive a reduced room rate of $299 per patient. The speakers were very knowledgeable andnight for Moderate and Fairmont Rooms (limited quantity) able to articulate their knowledge well.”and $329 per night for Deluxe Rooms. Hotel arrangementscan also be made online at https:/resweb.passkey.com/go/ “It gave me some food for thought about a fewjoslindiabetes. Please do not purchase nonrefundable airlineticket(s) until you have received an e-mail from our office difficult patients that I have not known how toconfirming your paid registration. For airline reservations follow. Thank you.”contact the HMS Travel Desk toll-free 1-877-4-HARVMD(1-877-442-7863) Monday–Friday 9 AM–8 PM (EDT). From “Very helpful. I look forward to using the onlineoutside the U.S., Canada, and Virgin Islands, please call resources as well.”617-559-3764.In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, “I love the practical approach and pearls.”Harvard Medical School will make every reasonable effortto accommodate your needs during your attendance at “Providers are up to date and part of ongoingthis activity. For any special requests, please contact JoslinDiabetes Center at 888-567-5460. research on the topic. The case-based workshops on oral meds and insulin were especially helpful.”6 Advances in Diabetes and Thyroid Disease 2012
  • 7. Advances in Diabetesand Thyroid Disease 2012 November 1–3, 2012Registration FormRegistration Information Tuition Fee Through June 21 June 22–September 21 After September 21 Physicians $495 (USD) $595 (USD) $695 (USD) Residents, Fellows in Training, Allied Health Professionals $395 (USD) $495 (USD) $595 (USD) Nonclinical Industry Professional $795 (USD) $895 (USD) $995 (USD)Attendance is limited—register early and save up to $200!Registration by credit card (VISA or MasterCard) can be made at www.cme.hms.harvard.edu/courses/joslin. Registration by check (drafton a United States bank), please make payable to Harvard Medical School and mail with this page to Harvard Medical School–Department of Continuing Education, PO Box 417476, Boston, MA 02241-7476. Telephone or fax registration is not accepted.Registration with cash payment is not permitted. Upon receipt of your paid registration an e-mail confirmation from the HMS-DCEoffice will be sent to you. Be sure to include an e-mail address that you check frequently. Your e-mail address is used for criticalinformation including registration confirmation, evaluation, and certificate.One registrant per form, please—you may photocopy the form for others. Print clearly—all fields required.Please check the type of registration: Physician Resident, Fellow in Training, Allied Health Professional Nonclinical Industry Professional $__________________Full Name ____________________________________________________________________________________________________Address ______________________________________________________________________________________________________City ______________________________________________________State ________ Zip Code _______________________________Country ______________________________________________________________________________________________________Daytime Phone ______________________________________________ Fax Number _______________________________________Please note: Your e-mail address is used for critical information about the course including registration confirmation, evaluation, and certificate.Please be sure to include an e-mail address you check daily or frequently.E-Mail Address ________________________________________________________________________________________________ Please check if you wish to be excluded from e-mail notices of future Harvard Medical School – Department of Continuing Education programs.Profession _______________________________________________________ Degree ______________________________________Primary Specialty (Physicians only) _______________________________________________________ Board Certified: Yes NoProfessional School Attended (Physicians only) Harvard Medical School U.S. Medical School International Year of Graduation _________________________________ Source: WEB 7