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  • 1. American College of PhysiciansFostering Excellence in Internal Medicine 2012New Mexico Chapter Scientific Meeting October 25–27, 2012 Sheraton Albuquerque Airport Hotel Albuquerque, New Mexico Register online now!
  • 2. GOVERNOR’S LETTERNew Mexico Dear Colleague, I invite you to join me and your colleagues in internalChapter Meeting medicine at the next New Mexico Chapter of theHighlights: American College of Physicians scientific meeting, being held October 25–27, 2012, at the Sheraton• Updates in ambulatory Albuquerque Airport Hotel in Albuquerque. and hospital medicine This meeting is not just for ACP members. I• Lipid management particularly want to invite nonmembers to join us for this important clinical update and to learn about• Infectious disease, the benefits of membership at the same time. oncology, and renal In addition to earning 17.25 CME credits, by disease updates attending this meeting you will:• Sleep apnea • Gain insight into recent medical advances.• Associates’ presentations • Discuss local and national issues affecting the practice and teaching of internal medicine.• Doctor’s Dilemma TM competition • Greet old friends, meet new friends, and develop a network of colleagues in your area.• Thieves’ market • Take some time for yourself or with your family to• Clinical skills sessions relax and enjoy the sights around Albuquerque.• Awards presentations Between scientific sessions, please visit the College table. You will find information on new ACP programs, products, and services. There’s always something new at the College table—stop by and see for yourself. To ensure your place at this invaluable meeting, register now by visiting www.acponline.org/chapters/nm and completing the easy online registration form. You may also complete the form at the back of this brochure and send it by mail or fax. The opportunities available atThis educational this meeting will help you meet not only your needs as a physician but also the needs of the patients you serve.activity has been I look forward to seeing you in Albuquerque.designated for Sincerely,17.25 CME credits. Eileen D. Barrett, MD, MPH, FACP ACP Governor, New Mexico Chapter2
  • 3. PROGRAM SCHEDULEThursday, October 25, 2012 2:00 Sleep Apnea: What the Practitioner Needs to Know6:30– Governor’s Banquet Lee K. Brown, MD, FACP8:30 p.m. The Challenging Patient Michelle Swift, BSN, RN, JD, 3:00 Refreshment Break Regional Patient Safety Visit the posters and Risk Manager exhibits The Doctors Company 3:20 College Update 2012: High Value, Cost-Conscious CareFriday, October 26, 2012 Virginia L. Hood, MBBS, MPH, FRACP, MACP6:30 a.m. Registration and Breakfast 4:00 Associates’ Clinical Vignette7:00 Free CME Symposium: Allergic Competition Rhinitis Moderator: Betty Chang, Rohit K. Katial, MD MDCM, PhD, FCCP, This event is not a part of the FACP official education program of 5:00 Associates’ Doctor’s DilemmaTM the NMACP Annual Meeting. Competition (Medical Jeopardy)7:55 Welcome Moderator: Eileen D. Barrett, MD, Betty Chang, MDCM, MPH, FACP, PhD, FCCP, FACP Governor, ACP New 6:00– Wine and Cheese Reception Mexico Chapter 7:00 pm Associate and Student Awards Justina Trott, MD, FACP8:00 Ambulatory Medicine Update Saturday, October 27, 2012 George D. Comerci, MD, 7:00 a.m. Registration and Breakfast FACP Young Physicians Breakfast9:00 Hospital Medicine Update Women in Medicine Breakfast Kendall M. Rogers, MD, 7:55 Welcome CPE, FACP, SFHM John Rush Pierce, MD,10:00 Refreshment Break FACP Visit the posters and 8:00 Infectious Disease Update exhibits Jonathan V. Iralu, MD,10:20 What the Internist Needs to Know FACP about Chronic Kidney Disease 9:00 Oncology Update Virginia L. Hood, MBBS, Richard M. Hoffman, MD, MPH, FACP MPH, FACP11:20 Lipid Management 10:00 Refreshment Break Allen B. Adolphe, MD, Visit the posters and FACP exhibits12:20 p.m. Refreshment Break 10:20 Vitamin D for the Practicing Visit the posters and exhibits Internist12:30 Thieves’ Market (during lunch) Steven Urban, MD, FACP David R. Scrase, MD, 11:20 Geriatric Psychiatry FACP Davin Quinn, MD 3
  • 4. PROGRAM SCHEDULE12:20 p.m. Refreshment Break Track B Visit the Posters and 2:00 Motivational Interviewing Exhibits Annette Brooks, PhD12:40 Lunch/Business Meeting 2:45 Recognition/Treatment of Delirium Chapter Awards Presentations Devon A. Neale, MD1:40 Refreshment Break 3:30 Outpatient Quality Improvement Visit the posters and Projects exhibits Heather C. Brislen, MDConcurrent Sessions 4:15 Chronic Pain–Case StudiesNote: Attendees can move from one track George Comerci, MD,to the other. FACPTrack A 5:00 Adjournment2:00 Ultrasound for Procedures Turn in evaluations and Deepti Rao, MD CME forms2:45 Joint Injection Suzanne Emil, MD3:30 Improving Physical Exam Skills I Lynn Bickley, MD, FACP4:15 Improving Physical Exam Skills II Lynn Bickley, MD, FACP4
  • 5. M E E T I N G I N F O R M AT I O NFaculty Virginia L. Hood, MBBS, MPH, MACP, Immediate Past President,Allen B. Adolphe, MD, FACP, American College of Physicians;Clinician Educator, Professor, Professor of Medicine, UniversityInternal Medicine, Division of of Vermont; Attending Physician,General Internal Medicine, Fletcher Allen Health Care,University of New Mexico Health Burlington, VTSciences Center, Albuquerque Richard M. Hoffman, MD,Lynn Bickley, MD, FACP, MPH, FACP, Professor ofMedical Director, Women’s Medicine, University of NewHealth Services, Santa Fe, Mexico School of Medicine,Adjunct Clinical Professor of Staff Physician, Albuquerque VAMedicine, University of New Medical Center, AlbuquerqueMexico Health Sciences Center,Albuquerque Jonathan V. Iralu, MD, FACP, Navajo Area Indian HealthHeather C. Brislen, MD, New Service Infectious DiseaseMexico VA Health Care System, Consultant, Instructor inDepartment of Medicine, Medicine, Brigham andAlbuquerque Women’s Hospital/HarvardAnnette Brooks, PhD, Clinical Medical School, Boston, MAPsychologist, Veteran Health Rohit K. Katial, MD, ProgramEducator, Raymond G. Murphy Director, Allergy and Immunology,VA Medical Center, Albuquerque Professor of Medicine, DepartmentLee K. Brown, MD, FACP, of Medicine, National Jewish Health,Professor and Vice Chair, Clinical University of Colorado HealthOperations, Department of Sciences Center, Denver, ColoradoInternal Medicine, Professor of Devon A. Neale, MD, AssistantPediatrics, Executive Director, Professor Department of InternalProgram in Sleep Medicine, Medicine, Division of Geriatrics,University of New Mexico Health School of Medicine, UniversitySciences Center, Albuquerque of New Mexico Health SciencesBetty Chang, MDCM, PhD, Center, AlbuquerqueFCCP, FACP, Vice Chair of Davin Quinn, MD, MedicalEducation Internal Medicine, Director, Psychiatric ConsultationAssociate Professor, Pulmonary Service, University of New Mexicoand Critical Care Medicine, Hospital, AlbuquerqueUniversity of New Mexico HealthSciences Center, Albuquerque Deepti Rao, MD, Assistant Professor, Internal Medicine,George D. Comerci, MD, FACP, Division of Hospitalist Medicine,Associate Professor of Medicine, University of New Mexico HealthDepartment of Medicine, Sciences Center, AlbuquerqueUniversity of New Mexico HealthSciences Center, Albuquerque Kendall M. Rogers, MD, CPE, FACP, SFHM, AssociateSuzanne Emil, MD, Fellow, Professor, Chief, Division ofUniversity of New Mexico, Hospital Medicine, DepartmentDepartment of Rheumatology, of Internal Medicine, UniversityAlbuquerque of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, Albuquerque 5
  • 6. M E E T I N G I N F O R M AT I O NDavid R. Scrase, MD, FACP, Medical Students’Internist and Geriatrician,Presbyterian Medical Group, ActivitiesAlbuquerque Posters prepared by MedicalMichelle Swift, BSN, RN, JD, Students will be presented atRegional Patient Safety Risk the meeting. Winners will beManager, The Doctors Company announced at the Wine andSteven Urban, MD, FACP, Cheese Reception on Friday andProfessor, Department of Internal will receive recognition. ContactMedicine, Texas Tech University Allen B. Adolphe, MD, FACPSchool of Medicine, Amarillo, TX at aadolphe@salud.unm.edu or 505-272-2700 for information about entering the MedicalAssociates’ Activities Students’ Competition. DeadlineClinical vignettes and posters for submissions is August 19, 2012.prepared by Associates will bepresented at the meeting. The Chapter Awardswinner of the clinical vignettecompetition will receive travel It is with distinct pleasure thatexpenses to compete at Internal the New Mexico Chapter presentsMedicine 2013. Poster winners will Michael H. Kaufman, MD, FACPbe announced and the awards will with this year’s Chapter Laureatebe presented at the Wine and Award. Laureate Award winnersCheese Reception on Friday. are long-standing and loyal sup-Contact Allen B. Adolphe, MD, porters of the College who haveFACP at aadolphe@salud.unm.edu rendered distinguished service toor 505-272-2700 for information their chapters and community andabout entering the Associates have upheld the high ideals andCompetition. Deadline for professional standards for whichsubmissions is August 19, 2012. the College is known. The Chapter is also presenting a Teaching Award and a Volunteerism/ Community Service Award. The awards will be presented during the Business/Town meeting on Saturday afternoon.If you are interested in becoming Acknowledgementsa member of the College, pleasecontact the Customer Service (as of May, 2012)Department at 800-523-1546, The chapter would like to thankext. 2600, or 215-351-2600 The Doctors Company and(M–F, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. ET). National Jewish Health andAttendance at Chapter meetings Integrity Continuing Educationcan help all ACP members meet for their generous support ofthe qualifications for advancement the meeting.to Fellowship. It is especiallyimportant for those applyingunder the pathway calling for 5years of activity as a Member.6
  • 7. M E E T I N G I N F O R M AT I O NWho Should Attend Hotel Accommodations• General internists We have reserved a block of• Subspecialty internists rooms at the following rates until October 4, 2012. When making• Family practitioners your reservation, be sure to mention• Hospitalists that you will be attending the ACP• Fellows in subspecialty training New Mexico Chapter meeting.• Allied health practitioners Single/Double: $99/109• Residents (internists in training) Sheraton Albuquerque Airport Hotel• Medical students interested in 2910 Yale Boulevard SE internal medicine Albuquerque, NM 87106 The rooms are available on aLearning Objectives first-come, first-served basis, soAt the conclusion of this activity, make your reservation as earlythe participant will be able to: as possible by calling the hotel• Apply updated knowledge of directly at 888-625-4937. ambulatory medicine, hospital medicine, renal diseases, sleep Directions/Parking disorders, lipid management, • From I-25, exit east on Gibson infectious diseases, and oncology to Yale. Hotel is approximately to clinical practice. three blocks south on the east• Improve clinical practice by side of Yale. incorporating major new devel- • Complimentary parking is opments in improving diagnostic available to meeting attendees. and management skills for patients Park on the south end of the with lipid disorders, renal disease, hotel parking lot. cancer, and delirium. • Complimentary hotel shuttle• Understand recent advances in service to and from Albuquerque internal medicine. Airport is available.CME AccreditationThe American College ofPhysicians is accredited by theAccreditation Council forContinuing Medical Education(ACCME) to provide continuingmedical education for physicians.The American College of Physiciansdesignates this live activity for amaximum 17.25 AMA PRACategory 1 Credit(s)TM. Physiciansshould claim only the credit com-mensurate with the extent of theirparticipation in the activity. 7
  • 8. HOW TO REGISTER• Online • Cancellations/Refunds Visit us on the Web and register at All cancellation requests must www.acponline.org/chapters/nm. be received by Member and• Mail Customer Service in writing via e-mail custserv@acponline.org. To register by mail, complete Cancellations will not be the registration form at the back accepted by telephone. of this brochure and mail it to Individuals who fail to attend ACP at the address below. Be the course (no-shows) will not sure to list your daytime phone be entitled to any refund. number in case we need to notify you of any changes. • Satisfaction Guarantee Please reproduce the form for We offer a satisfaction guarantee— additional registrations (one if meeting attendees are not sat- form per registrant). isfied with their experience at AC002 the meeting, they may write for American College of Physicians a refund of their registration fee. 190 N. Independence Mall West • Special Needs Philadelphia, PA 19106-1572 If you need more information• Fax on the meeting schedule or Register 24 hours a day via fax location please contact Sylvia at 215-351-2799. Burns at 505-962-0358 or nmacp@msn.com. Fax forms must include credit card number, expiration date, • Questions? security code number, and signa- For registration information, ture. Do not mail a copy of the contact ACP Member and form because it may result in a Customer Service (M–F, duplicate registration and you 9 a.m.– 5 p.m. ET) toll-free will be charged twice. at 800-523-1546, ext. 2600• Phone or direct at 215-351-2600. You may also e-mail Call 800-523-1546, ext. 2600, custserv@acponline.org or or 215-351-2600 (M–F, 9 a.m.– fax 215-351-2799. 5 p.m. ET). If you need more information Be sure to have your credit card on the meeting schedule or number, expiration date, and location please contact Sylvia security code number available Burns at 505-962-0358. before calling. For more information about• Payment Options ACP or the New Mexico Payment in full is required. Make Chapter, contact the New check or money order payable to Mexico Chapter Governor, ACP. Must remit in U.S. funds Eileen D. Barrett, MD, MPH, drawn on a U.S. bank. If paying FACP, at eileen.barrett.md@gmail.com. by credit card, please provide the credit card number, expiration date, security code, and authoriz- ing signature.8
  • 9. R E G I S T R AT I O N F O R M CMBAmerican College of Physicians RM1322New Mexico Chapter Scientific MeetingOctober 25–27, 2012This form may be photocopied.ACP # (found on mailing label)Name J MD J DOAddressCity/State/ZipDaytime PhoneFaxE-MailJ Please check here to indicate a permanent change to your preferred address for all College mailings.J Please exclude me from receiving mailings from the meeting exhibitors.Payment Options:Please refer to the next page for all of your registration and payment options.Don’t forget you can register and pay online at www.acponline.org/chapters/nm.If you are mailing or faxing this form, please indicate your payment preferenceand complete the form below. GRAND TOTAL (from next page) $ _____________J Check enclosed. (Payable to ACP. Must remit in U.S. funds drawn on a U.S. bank.)J Charge to:Card # ______________________________________________________Exp. Date _______/ ______ _ Security Code ______________________ MM YY (3- or 4-digit number found on front or back of card)Signature: ___________________________________________________ E-mail your questions to custserv@acponline.org J Please check here if you have any special dietary needs, and be sure to contact the chapter. J We encourage participation by all individuals. Check here if you are disabled and require assistance. Advance notification is essential in order for us to serve you better. Please notify the New Mexico Chapter in writing at least 30 days before your course. We’ll be glad to help. 9
  • 10. R E G I S T R AT I O N F O R M CMBREGISTRATION FEES: RM1322Check one category that best applies. Registration fee includes attendance formeeting attendees at the Thursday banquet and Friday reception, continentalbreakfasts, lunches, all scientific sessions and materials, and CME documentation.ACP Categories:J Master J Fellow J Member ................................................................... $175J Associate (Resident Member)................................................................ No FeeJ Medical Student Member ...................................................................... No FeeJ Affiliate Member (Allied Health Professional) ......................................... $150Nonmember Categories:J Nonmember Physician .............................................................................. $245J Nonmember Resident ............................................................................ No FeeJ Nonmember Medical Student................................................................ No FeeJ Nonmember Allied Health Professional ................................................... $175J Guest (Thursday banquet only)................................................................... $40J Guest (Friday reception only)...................................................................... $25Please indicate your attendance at the following:J BANQ – Banquet – Thursday, 6:30 p.m.J BANQV – Banquet – Thursday, 6:30 p.m., Vegetarian MealJ REC01 – Reception – Friday, 6:00 p.m.J BR01 – Breakfast – Friday, 6:30 a.m.J SYM01 – Allergic Rhinitis – Friday, 6:30 a.m.J L01 – Thieves’ Market and Lunch – Friday, 12:30 p.m.J BR02 – Continental Breakfast – Saturday, 7:00 a.m.J BR03 – Young Physician Breakfast – Saturday, 7:00 a.m.J BR04 – Women in Medicine Breakfast – Saturday, 7:00 a.m.J L02 – Lunch and Business/Town Meeting – Saturday, 12:40 p.m.Concurrent Sessions: Please indicate the sessions you plan to attend.J TRKA1 – Ultrasound for Procedures – Saturday, 2:00 p.m.J TRKA2 – Joint Injections – Saturday, 2:45 p.m.J TRKA3 – Physical Exam Skills I – Saturday, 3:30 p.m.J TRKA4 – Physical Exam Skills II – Saturday, 4:15 p.m.J TRKB1 – Motivational Interviewing – Saturday, 2:00 p.m.J TRKB2 – Delirium – Saturday, 2:45 p.m.J TRKB3 – QI Projects – Saturday, 3:30 p.m.J TRKB4 – Chronic Pain – Saturday, 4:15 p.m.Guests – RM1322GJ BANQG – Banquet – Thursday, 6:30 p.m. ................................................. $40J BANQGV – Banquet, Vegetarian Meal – Thursday, 6:30 p.m. .................. $40J REC01G – Reception – Friday, 6:00 p.m. ................................................... $25 GRAND TOTAL (enter on previous page) $ _____________10 CHS1072

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