AMERICAN COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHIC OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS American College of Osteopathic Obstetricians and Gynecologists77th Annual Conference 2012 FALL CONFERENCE September 30 - October 4, 2012 Grapevine, Texas Hilton DFW Lakes Susan JaneCzEk, DO, Program Chair George StefeneLli, DO, Program Chair
2012 Fall CONFERENCE September 30 - October 4, 2012 ACCREDITATIONWELCOME & CONFERENCE OVERVIEWIt is our pleasure to invite you to the 2012 Fall Conference The American College of Osteopathic Obstetricians &of the American College of Osteopathic Obstetricians and Gynecologists is accredited by the American OsteopathicGynecologists. This conference has been carefully designed to Association to award continuing medical education to physicians.meet the unique educational needs of ACOOG members, offering This activity has beenthorough scientific assessment of a variety of clinical topics planned and implementedand controversial issues that OB/GYNs face on a daily basis. In in accordance with theaddition to cutting-edge presentations and debates, this year’s Policies of the Councilschedule provides you an opportunity to participate in a hands- on on Continuing MedicalOMM workshop. Thank you for supporting ACOOG through Education of the Americanyour membership. We hope you will register for the 2012 Fall Osteopathic Association.Conference. CREDITLOCATION & LODGING STATEMENTS The American College of Osteopathic Obstetricians &Hilton DFW Lakes Gynecologists has requested that the AOA Council on Continuing1800 Highway 26 East Medical Education approve this program for 25 credits of AOAGrapevine, TX 76051 Category 1A CME. Approval is currently pending.817-481-8444 Phone Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. A completed attestation form and post-course evaluation areSituated on 40 lush lakeside acres, the Dallas/Fort Worth hotel is required to receive CME credit and a certificate of attendance.a short drive from downtown and thrilling attractions such as SixFlags, Cowboys Stadium, and the Fort Worth Stockyards. You canalso enjoy first-class fishing, golf, and tennis nearby, as well as MEFACOOG SERVICE PROJECTon-site horseback riding trails. (Medical Education Foundation of the ACOOG) Please join us in supporting theThe newly renovated Hilton DFW Lakes hotel accommodations SafeHaven of Tarrant County. boast elegant décors that offer a hint Monetary donations will be of indulgence and the ambiance of received and used to purchase home. Stay productive at a large, care kits for women in the DFW efficient work station with a full- metroplex. All proceeds will sized desk and ergonomic chair. benefit the SafeHaven of Tarrant Enjoy high-speed Internet and Wi-Fi. County. Visit www.acoog.org for a direct link BLOOD DRIVE to our hotel home page. Don’t forget On Monday, October 1, 2012 donations will be taken from 7:30to reserve early. Hotel block cutoff date is September 8, 2012. a.m. until 5:00 p.m. for Carter BloodCare. Help save a life, give blood.ACOOG Rate: Deluxe King $159, Deluxe Double $159 Rateincludes free self-parking, entrance to sports club, in roomwireless, meeting space wireless and ground transfers to DFW MEFACOOG SOCIAL EVENTairport. Reservations: 817-481-8444, group ID ACOOG On Tuesday, October 2, 2012 join us at Austin Ranch for a night of dance lessons and karaoke. Tickets must be purchased andLEARNING OBJECTIVES includes hors’doeuvres and two drink tickets. Austin Ranch is located on the premises of the Hilton DFW Lakes Hotel.Those participating in this activity will receive information thatshould allow them to... PRINTED SYLLABUS• Enhance the skills needed to diagnose and manage common and uncommon clinical challenges faced in a modern OB/ In continued effort to go green, there will not be a printed GYN practice. syllabus; however if you would like to order a printed copy of the• Address current and future OB/GYN practice issues. syllabus make sure to indicate on the registration form. The cost is $45 and must be pre-ordered with your registration. Printed copies• Apply advances in technology and therapeutics to facilitate will NOT be available on site. Check the ACOOG website one improved patient care and outcomes. week prior to the conference to download the syllabus.
SUNDAY (September 30, 2012) CONTINUED (October 2, 2012)8:00 AM-Noon ACOOG Board of Trustees meeting 8:38-9:00 Fetal Neural Tube Defect Repair8:00 AM-Noon EARLY REGISTRATION Kenneth Moise, MD1:00-4:00 Resident Research Training Seminar 9:00-9:23 Evidence-Based Management of the Short Cervix1:00-4:00 National Student Society/Membership and Promotions Eric Carlson, DO Committee meeting 9:23-9:45 Pregnancy Mangement of the Gravida with1:00-5:00 PESC Committee Meeting History of Neonatal Alloimmune5:00-7:00 EARLY REGISTRSTION Thrombocytopenia (NAIT)4:30-6:30 PM Student Meet and Greet with ACOOG Members Kenneth Moise, MD 9:45-10:30 BREAK WITH EXHIBITORSMONDAY (October 1, 2012) 7 CME hours 10:30-10:53 Severe Preeclampsia-Management Paradigm7:00-7:30 AM REGISTRATION Robert Debbs, DO BREAKFAST WITH EXHIBITORS 10:53-11:15 Gestational Diabetes Update7:30-5:00 PM BLOOD DRIVE Susan Janeczek, DO7:30-8:15 Past Presidents Honorary Lecture 11:15-11:38 “What do YOU Think, Doctor, Should We Get It?” Barbara Levy, MD Antenatal Counseling on Stem Cell Cord Blood8:15-8:38 Evaluation and Management of the Patient with Collection Early and Late Menarche Paul Harker-Murray, MD Ellen Wilson, MD 11:38-Noon Shoulder Dystocia Management8:38-9:00 Approach to the Patient with Hirsutism Robert Debbs, DO Ellen Wood, DO Noon-1:30 PM Lunch and Learn Symposia (IF booked by Sponsor)9:00-9:45 BREAK WITH EXHIBITORS Noon-2:00 CMEC Committee meeting9:45-10:08 Initiation and Management of HRT in the 1:30-2:15 The Evolution of the Surgical Approaches to Menopausal Patient: A Primer Gynecologic Cancers Ellen Wilson, MD Timothy McGuinness, DO 10:08-10:53 Ectopic Pregnancy: Soup to Nuts 2:15-3:15 Cancer in Pregnancy-Considerations for the David Forstein, DO Obstetrical Generalist10:53-11:15 Approach to the Patient with Recurrent First Elyce Cardonick, MD Trimester Miscarriage 3:15-3:30 BREAK Ellen Wood, DO 3:00-5:00 OMM Workshop11:15-Noon The Pelvic Mass Evaluation (2nd year residents required to attend) Karen Bradshaw, MD 3:30-4:15 Diagnosis, Staging and Management of OvarianNoon-1:15 PM LUNCH WITH EXHIBITORS and Fallopian Tube Malignancies1:15-1:38 Diagnosis and Management of Pneumonia During Timothy McGuinness, DO Pregnancy 4:15-5:00 Diagnosis and Management Paradigm for the Jeanne Sheffield, MD Patient with VIN and Vulvar Carcinoma 1:38-2:23 Description of the Osteopathic Continuous DeEtte Vasques, DO Certification Process (OCC) 7:00-10:00 MEFACOOG Social Event at Austin Ranch Carolyn Quist, DO 2:23-2:45 GBS Prophylaxis Paradigm WEDNESDAY (October 3, 2012) 7.5 CME hours Jeanne Sheffield, MD 6:30-8:00 AM Breakfast Symposium (IF booked by Sponsor)2:45-3:15 BREAK WITH EXHIBITORS 7:30-8:00 REGISTRATION/BREAKFAST3:15-4:00 Urinary Tract Infection in Women 8:00-8:45 Techniques of Extended Contraception Jeanne Sheffield, MD Patricia Sulak, MD4:00-4:23 Approach to the Patient with Endometriosis 8:45-9:30 Living WELL Aware: Habits that Lead to Health Thomas Alderson, DO and Happiness4:23-5:00 OMM Discussion Patricia Sulak, MD Kendi Hensel, DO 9:30-9:45 BREAK7:00 Dinner Symposium (IF booked by Sponsor) 9:45-10:08 Single-Port Laparoscopy Technique Marilyn Kindig, DOTUESDAY (October 2, 2012) 7 CME hours 10:08-10:30 Complications of Laparoscopy and Their7:00- 7:30 AM REGISTRATION Management BREAKFAST WITH EXHIBITORS Thomas Dardarian, DO7:30-8:15 Rhesus Alloimmunization-Diagnosis and 10:30-10:53 Approach to the Post-Operative Patient with Management Wound Dehiscence Kenneth Moise, MD David Jaspan, DO8:15-8:38 Practice Pattern Implications to Prevent Maternal 10:53-11:15 Vaginitis Update Death Marilyn Kindig, DO Robert Debbs, DO
WEDNESDAY CONTINUED (October 3, 2012)11:15-Noon Assessment and Management of Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding William Bradford, DONoon-1:15 PM Lunch and Learn Symposium (IF booked by Sponsor)1:15-2:00 Fetal Intervention: A Survey of Current Practice Anthony Johnson, DO2:00-2:23 The Culture of Safety on the Labor Floor David Jaspan, DO2:23-2:45 Update on Prenatal Genetic Screening Anthony Johnson DO2:45-3:30 The Management of Thyroid Disorders in Pregnancy Brain Casey, MD THINGS TO DO3:30-3:45 BREAK3:45-4:30 The Workup of the Intrauterine Fetal Demise, and Management of Future Pregnancies Dallas Cowboys Stadium Tour George Saade, MD Monday - Saturday from 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM4:30-4:53 Managing the Pregnancy Complicated by Fetal Sunday 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM Growth Restriction Anthony Johnson, DO Last tour leaves 1.5 hours before closing4:53-5:15 Evidence-Based Techniques for the Performance $30 Adults, $25 Child 5-12 and Seniors 65+ of Cesarean Section Texas Rangers play The Los Angeles Angels Thomas Dardarian, DO Friday, September 28, 2012 @ 7:05 PMTHURSDAY (October 4, 2012) 3.75 CME hours Saturday, September 29, 2012 @ 7:05 PM6:30-8:00 AM Breakfast Symposium (IF booked by Sponsor) Sunday, September 30, 2012 @ 2:50 PM7:30-8:00 REGISTRATION/BREAKFAST Legoland Discovery Center8:00-8:45 Evaluation of the Patient Presenting with Urinary M-F 10:00-8:00 PM, Saturday 10:00-9:00 PM Incontinence and Management Paradigm Sunday 11:00-6:00 PM Sylvia Botros-Brey, MD Adult $21.00, Child $17.00 (3-12)8:45-9:08 Interstitial Cystitis: Diagnosis and Management Sea Life Aquarium Gary Mirone, DO M-Sat. 10:00-9:30 PM, Sunday 11:00-7:00 PM9:08-9:30 Diagnosis and Management of the Patient with Overactive Bladder Adult $21.00, Child $17.00 (3-12) Scott Kambiss, DO Grapevine Vintage Railroad9:30-9:45 BREAK To Stock Yards, departs at 1:00 PM, arrives at 2:159:45-10:30 Evaluation of the Patient with Pelvic Organ From Stock Yards, departs at 4:00, arrives 5:30 PM Prolapse and the Decision Pardigm for Grapevine Opry Management Saturday preformances at 7:30 PM, Adults $15.00, Sylvia Botros-Brey, MD Child $1010:30-10:53 Management Paradigm for the Patient Presenting Grapevine Winery with Fecal Incontinence Create your own personal wine at several locations Scott Kambiss, DO Grapevine Historic Square10:53-11:38 Interstim: Indications and Applications Grapevine Mills Outlet Mall Gary Mirone, DO Restaurants within walking distance...11:38-Noon Management of the Patient with Complications Fudruckers (Hamburgers) from Vaginal Mesh Surgery Love & War In Texas (Homestyle) Scott Kambiss, DO Big Buck Brewery & SteakhouseNoon Adjourn Cozymel’s (Mexican) Saltwater Willy’s (Seafood) Big Racks Barbeque Daan Asian Sushi
ACOOG 2012 FALL CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FORMPLEASE PRINTFirst Name* MILast Name*AOA # *Degree* DO MD OtherAddress*Apt. or SuiteCity*State* Zip*Contact Tel*E-mail *Guest Badge ** Please print name for guest badge (Adults only)* Required ** Adults only; includes entrance to Exhibit Hall only, daily meals not included. Please call the ACOOG office for meal ticket prices. Pre-Registration Late Registration √ GENERAL SESSION (payment received by September 14, 2012) (payment received after September 14, 2012 Physician Member $ 650 $ 750 Non-Member Physician $ 800 $ 900 Life Member $ 325 $ 425 Affiliate Member $ 325 $ 425 Resident $ 500 $ 600 Non-Member Resident $ 600 $ 700 Student Member $0 $0 Non-Member Student $ 150 $ 250 Monday Only (October 1, 2012) 7 hours $ 200 $ 300 Tuesday Only (October 2, 2012) 7 hours $ 200 $ 300 Wednesday Only (October 3, 2012) 7.5 hours $ 225 $ 325 Thursday Only (October 4, 2012) 3.75 hours $ 125 $ 225Pre-registrations will be accepted until September 14, 2012. All registrations received after this date will be processed at the late registration rate. Registrations receivedafter September 21, 2012 will be accepted on site at the registration desk only. Payment must be received in full to process registration. Faxed registrations without paymentinformation will not be processed. √ SUPPLEMENTAL SESSIONS Day Time CME Limit Fee Residents OMM Workshop Tues 3:00-5:00 2 hrs 100 $ 100 FreeWorkshops and supplemental sessions are space limited. Your registration will be returned if a session has reached maximum capacity. Medical students may audit workshops freeof charge if space is available. √ ADDITIONAL EVENT Day Time Cost Per Ticket Quantity Social Event (Dance lessons, karaoke, hors’doeuvres) Tues 7:00-10:00 $60 Donation to SafeHaven of Tarrant County N/A N/A $25Tickets for social event include transportation and admission to Glass Cactus, hors’doeuvres and 2 drink tickets. √ MISCELLANEOUS Amount Quantity Black and white syllabus and color CD (PRE ORDER ONLY - available for pickup at the registration desk) $ 45 PAYMENT & POLICY Total Due $ Payment Method Check (payable to ACOOG) Credit Card (complete below) Card Type Visa MasterCard Amex Name on Card Card # Exp. DateRefund Policy: Written cancellation of registration by September 7, 2012 will be subject to a $50 processing fee. No refunds will be given after this date.Special Needs: In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, every effort has been made to make this conference accessible to people of allcapabilities. Please list any ADA-compliant accommodations you may require below. American College of Osteopathic Obstetricians and Gynecologists 8851 Camp Bowie West, Suite 275 Fort Worth, TX 76116 • Phone: 817-377-0421 • Fax 817-377-0439 • www.acoog.org