2013Spring Symposium                              June 6-9 Hyatt Regency   Newport, rhode island
2013 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE                               Dear Friends and Colleagues,PresidentMICHAEL E. MIGLIORI, MD, FACS ...
PRELIMINARY PROGRAM                             (Schedule is subject to change)Thursday, June 6, 20138:00 am………………….………………...
GENERAL INFORMATIONRegistration FeesEarly Bird Registration                                           Regular Registration...
SOCIAL EVENTSTHURSDAY, JUNE 6, 20136:00 – 9:00 pmPresident’s Welcome Reception & New Member InductionsJoin us at Belle Mer...
GROUP ACTIVITIESReservations are limited for many events and are taken on a first come/first served basis. Onsiteregistrat...
GROUP ACTIVITIESFRIDAY, JUNE 7, 2013Time: 1:30 - 5:30 pmGUIDED KAYAK TOUR ADVENTURE – SOUTH KINGSTOWN, RIAfter brief instr...
GROUP ACTIVITIESSATURDAY, JUNE 8, 20132:00 – 4:00 pmSAILING ABOARD THE SCHOONER AURORAThe Aurora is a 101’ traditional woo...
GROUP ACTIVITIESSATURDAY, JUNE 8, 2013Time: 2:00 – 3:30 pmWALKING TOUR OF HISTORIC NEWPORTNewports famous historic distric...
Register online or complete this interactive form and fax to 952-545-6073                                             Form...
Register online or complete this interactive form and fax to 952-545-6073                                               Fo...
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ASOPRS 2013 Spring Symposium

  1. 1. 2013Spring Symposium June 6-9 Hyatt Regency Newport, rhode island
  2. 2. 2013 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Dear Friends and Colleagues,PresidentMICHAEL E. MIGLIORI, MD, FACS On behalf of ASOPRS, I am pleased to invite you to attend the 2013 ASOPRSThe Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown University Spring Meeting in historic Newport, RI from June 6-9, 2013. In keeping withProvidence, RI tradition, this Spring Meeting will combine a superb scientific and practicePresident-Elect management program with family-oriented social activities.DON O. KIKKAWA, MD, FACSUCSD Department of OphthalmologyShiley Eye Center Mike Yen and the Program Committee have wonderfully organized thisLa Jolla, CA year’s program. There will be presentations on topics ranging fromVice President oncology updates to evolving payment models to ethics to practiceKATHLEEN F. ARCHER, MDHouston Eye and Laser Center management. We are also planning Lessons from the Masters sessions.Archer Aesthetics There will also be ample time for free papers.Houston, TXExecutive Secretary The YASOPRS pre-meeting workshop will be on Thursday June 6, focusingSHANNATH L. MERBS, MD, PHD, FACSWilmer Eye Institute at Johns Hopkins University on public speaking and making scientific presentations, and will be open toSchool of Medicine YASOPRS members and ASOPRS fellows-in-training.Baltimore, MDTreasurer The meeting will be held at the Hyatt Regency in Newport. Situated on GoatJEMSHED A. KHAN, MD Island and surrounded by Narragansett Bay, the hotel offers the seclusionKhan Eyelid & Facial Plastic SurgeryOverland Park, KS of a private island, just minutes to downtown Newport. There are complimentary land and water shuttles to downtown Newport. The hotelSecretary of MeetingsMARK J. LUCARELLI, MD, FACS offers an outdoor saltwater pool and indoor heated pool, 24 hour StayFitUniversity of Wisconsin – Madison gym, yoga classes, and the Stillwater Spa.Madison, WISecretary of Education Newport has a storied history. The first English settlers, led by AnnePETER J. SNEED, MDGrand Traverse Ophthalmology Clinic, P.C. Hutchinson, arrived on Aquidneck Island in 1636 and Newport was foundedTraverse City, MI in 1639 and became one of the busiest ports in the colonies. There areProgram Chair many remnants of the colonial era still present in the city. The City by theDAVID B. LYON, MD, FACS Sea also became the summer playground for the wealthy in the Gilded AgeSabates Eye Center P.C.Leawood, KS at the end of the 19th century. The Newport Mansions, beach houses for the industrialists of that time, are now open to the public as examples of theImmediate Past PresidentJILL A. FOSTER, MD, FACS opulence of that era. Other attractions include the International Tennis HallOphthalmic Surgeons & Consultants of Ohio, Inc. of Fame, Narragansett Bay, and many great shops and restaurants.Columbus, OHEditor-in-Chief, Ophthalmic Plastic and The meeting will kick off with the President’s Reception on ThursdayReconstructive Surgery evening. The new members of ASOPRS will be inducted at the reception soJONATHAN J. DUTTON, MD, PHDUniversity of North Carolina please make every effort to arrive early enough to welcome our newestChapel Hill, NC colleagues. We are planning kayaking and our annual golf tournament forDelegate, American Medical Association Friday afternoon. We are also planning a trolley tour culminating with aJOHN N. HARRINGTON, MD, FACS tour of the Breakers Mansion. On Saturday we have scheduled a sailingTexas Ophthalmic Plastic, Reconstructive andOrbital Surgery Associates schooner tour of Narragansett Bay and a walking tour of historic Newport.Dallas, TX On Saturday night the banquet will be an old fashioned clam bakeCouncilor, American Academy of Ophthalmology overlooking the bay.LOUISE A. MAWN, MDVanderbilt Eye InstituteNashville, TN As a native Rhode Islander, I have always enjoyed Newport and I know you will too.Advisory BoardJill A. Foster, MD, FACS, ChairJan W. Kronish, MD, FACS MikeJeffrey A. Nerad, MD, FACSStuart R. Seiff, MD, FACSJames W. Karesh, MD, FACS Michael Migliori, ASOPRS President and the ASOPRS Program CommitteeRoger A. Dailey, MD, FACSJames C. Fleming, MD, FACS and CME Subcommittee Michael Yen, Dave Lyon, Rob Fante, Andy Harrison,David M. Reifler, MD, FACS Mark Lucarelli, Peter Sneed, Randal Pham, Mark Mazow, SheriJohn W. Shore, MD, FACS DeMartelaere and Cat Burkat.William R. Nunery, MD, FACS 2
  3. 3. PRELIMINARY PROGRAM (Schedule is subject to change)Thursday, June 6, 20138:00 am………………….………………………… Executive Committee MeetingNoon – 5:00 pm……………………………….. Registration Desk Open2:00 – 5:00 pm……..…………………..…….. Fellowship Program Directors Committee Meeting6:00 – 9:00 pm………………………………… President’s Welcome Reception & New Member InductionsFriday, June 7, 20137:00 – 8:00 am……..………….………………. Breakfast with Exhibitors7:00 – 8:00 am ………………………………… Education Committee Meeting7:00 am – Noon…..………………………..... Registration Desk Open8:00 am – Noon……..………………………… Scientific Sessions (Including: Oncology Update and Practice Management)TBD……………………….…………………………. Refreshment Break with ExhibitorsAfternoon………………………………..……… ASOPRS Golf Tournament, Trolley Tour of Newport or KayakingSaturday, June 8, 20136:00 – 7:00 am…………………………………. ASOPRS Foundation 5K Run/Walk7:00 – 8:00 am…………………………………. Breakfast with Exhibitors7:00 am – Noon………………………………. Registration Desk Open8:00 am – Noon………………………………. Scientific Sessions (Including: Lessons from the Masters and EthicsTBD……………………….………………………... Refreshment Break with Exhibitors12:15 – 1:15 pm….…………….……………. ASOPRS Business MeetingAfternoon……………………………………….. Sailing or Historic Walking Tour of Newport6:00 – 9:00 pm….………..…………………… ASOPRS Annual BanquetSunday, June 9, 20137:00 – 8:00 am…………………………………. Foundation Board of Trustees Meeting7:00 – 8:00 am…………………………………. Breakfast with Exhibitors7:00 – Noon…………………..……………….. Registration Desk Open8:00 am – Noon ...……………………………. Scientific Sessions (Including: Practice Management)TBD……………………….…………………………. Refreshment Break with ExhibitorsNoon................................................... Adjourn Mark Your Calendar 44th Annual Fall Scientific Symposium November 14-15, 2013 (pre AAO) November 16, 2013 - Subspecialty Day Hyatt Regency – New Orleans, LA 3
  4. 4. GENERAL INFORMATIONRegistration FeesEarly Bird Registration Regular Registration(Received on or before May 6, 2013) (Postmarked or faxed after May 6, 2013)$745 (Member Only) $785 (Member Only)$505 (Fellow-in-Training) $535 (Fellow-in-Training)The registration fee, for ASOPRS, ACPO, ESOPRS, APSOPRS and SBCPO members as well as ASOPRS Fellows-in-Training, includes admission to all scientific sessions, Friday, Saturday and Sunday breakfast, breaks, President’sWelcome Reception/New Member Inductions (Thursday) and the Annual Banquet (Saturday).Guest tickets for social events and recreational activities are available. The ASOPRS Spring Meeting is designed forfamily/guest participation in all events except the General Sessions and associated meals and breaks. Please help uskeep registration fees low by respecting this policy. All recreational activities require a separate fee for members andguests; please see the registration form for more details.CancellationsASOPRS will issue a refund, less a $50 administrative fee, upon receipt of written notice on or before May 6, 2013. Norefunds will be made after May 6, 2013. Refunds will not be honored for no-shows.Spring Meeting Objectives 2013Intended for members of ASOPRS, Board certified ophthalmologists, specializing in facial, ophthalmic plastic, orbital,and lacrimal surgery.1. To provide a forum for the presentation of new concepts, techniques, and experiences in orbital disease and surgery2. To provide a forum for the presentation of new concepts, techniques, and experiences in facial aesthetic surgery3. To provide a forum for the discussion of physician advocacy, practice management, and access to care4. To provide a forum for the exchange of concepts and clinical experience in oculofacial, orbital and lacrimal surgeryContinuing Medical EducationASOPRS is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to sponsor theContinuing Medical Education (CME) for physicians. The American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and ReconstructiveSurgery takes responsibility for the content, quality, and scientific integrity of this CME activity.The American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery designates this live activity for a maximum of11.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of theirparticipation in the activity.DisclaimerRegistrants for this symposium understand that medical and scientific knowledge is constantly evolving and that theviews and techniques of the instructors are their own and may reflect innovations and opinions not universallyshared. The views and techniques of the instructors are not necessarily those of ASOPRS but are presented in thisforum to advance scientific and medical education. ASOPRS disclaims any and all liability arising out the informationpresented in this course. Registrants also understand that operating rooms and health care facilities present inherentdangers and as such they shall confirm to all proper medical practices and procedures for the treatment of patientsfor whom no medical history is available. 4
  5. 5. SOCIAL EVENTSTHURSDAY, JUNE 6, 20136:00 – 9:00 pmPresident’s Welcome Reception & New Member InductionsJoin us at Belle Mer (walking distance from the Hyatt Regency) for a relaxing evening of food andfun! The Welcome Reception is included in the price of registration for members; continuing thegrand tradition of a family-oriented Spring Meeting, we invite you to purchase additional tickets foryour guests/spouse/children. Children’s entertainment will be provided.Reception Ticket: -Included in Registration for Meeting Attendees (RSVP Required) -Guests: $125 per adult (17+) -Complimentary for children 16 and underTicket Price Includes: One complimentary drink ticket for adults and hearty reception-style fare.Food that is suited for children will also be available.SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 20137:00 – 9:00 pmASOPRS Annual BanquetA coastal tradition dating back over 400 years, a New England Clam Bake will be held at the Hyattthe final evening of the meeting. Join us at the hotel’s outdoor pavilion for this festive occasion andenjoy the delicious seafood of the coast.Banquet Ticket: -Included in Registration for Meeting Attendees (RSVP Required) -Guests: $150 per adult (17+) -$50 per child (ages 5-16) -Complimentary for children under 5Ticket Price Includes: One complementary drink ticket for adults and buffet dinner.SOCIAL EVENT REFUNDS: A full refund will be issued for social events up to May 6, 2013 upon receipt of writtennotice. Sorry, we are unable to issue refunds after May 6th as guarantees will have been made and confirmed withdeposits. We encourage you to “resell” your tickets onsite if a conflict develops. 5
  6. 6. GROUP ACTIVITIESReservations are limited for many events and are taken on a first come/first served basis. Onsiteregistration may not be available, so pre-registration is strongly recommended. Registering onlineprovides a quick and easy way to ensure your space is reserved for group activities!FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 2013Time: 1:00 pmASOPRS ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENTThis year the Annual Golf Tournament will be hosted at the Green Valley Country Club, with abreathtaking view of picturesque Portsmouth, Rhode Island. More details will be available in yourregistration packets.Transportation: Participants are responsible for their own transportation to and from Green Valley.Cost: $65.00 per personGolf Package Includes: Green fees and golf cart.Please Note: Reservations will be taken on a first come/first served basis. This activity will becancelled if the minimum number of participants is not met.FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 2013Time: 2:00 - 5:00 pmSCENIC NARRATED TROLLEY TOUR OF NEWPORT AND TOUR OF BREAKERS MANSIONA visit to Newport would not be complete without a tour of the area. The narrated tour will includethe colonial section, with its many authentic historical buildings and restored homes, the worldfamous Ten Mile Ocean Drive, renowned for the rugged beauty of its spectacular coastline, andBellevue Avenue, the most magnificent collection of homes in the country, where the millionairesbuilt their fabulous "summer cottages." After the scenic tour, guests will enjoy a tour of the 70room Breakers Mansion, built for Cornelius Vanderbilt in 1895, which overlooks the Atlantic Ocean.Transportation: Tour guides will meet participants at the hotel where a trolley will be boarded.Cost: $75.00 per personTicket Price Includes: Private charger of a trolley, driver gratuities, narrated tour covering 150points of interest, admission fee and audio tour of Breakers Mansion.Please Note: Reservations will be taken on a first come/first served basis. This activity will becancelled if the minimum number of participants is not met. 6
  7. 7. GROUP ACTIVITIESFRIDAY, JUNE 7, 2013Time: 1:30 - 5:30 pmGUIDED KAYAK TOUR ADVENTURE – SOUTH KINGSTOWN, RIAfter brief instruction and orientation, paddlers set off on a tour of the lower portion of thePettquamscutt Watershed, commonly known as “NarrowRiver.” Paddlers will explore the peacefulJohn H. Chafee National Wildlife Refuge at Pettaquamscutt Cove during a time when wildlife ismost active, particularly shorebirds feeding in the marshlands. Participants also learn about theunique features of the watershed, including its ecology, geography and diverse history.Transportation: Chartered motor coaches will depart from the Hyatt at 1:30 pm.Cost: $117.00 per personTicket Price Includes: Transportation to and from South Kingstown, all equipment includingkayaks, paddles and dry bags, 3 hour guided tour, beverages and a light snack.Please Note: This activity will be cancelled if the minimum number of participants is not met.SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 20136:00 – 7:00 amASOPRS FOUNDATION 5K RUN/WALKStart your morning off in support of the ASOPRS Foundation with the 5K Run/Walk along thebeautiful Newport Harbor coast just outside the hotel.Cost: $35.00 per personPlease Note: If sponsored, participants will receive a t-shirt. 7
  8. 8. GROUP ACTIVITIESSATURDAY, JUNE 8, 20132:00 – 4:00 pmSAILING ABOARD THE SCHOONER AURORAThe Aurora is a 101’ traditional wooden schooner, originally built in 1947. She was rebuilt in theearly 1990’s in a tall ship fashion. Participants will enjoy a memorable sail on scenic NarragansettBay.Cost: $82.00 per personTicket Price Includes: 2 hour private sail, beverages and snacks, captain and crew gratuity.Please Note: The Goat Island Marina is a 10 minute walk from the Hyatt.SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 201310:00 to 11:10 amNIA FITNESS SESSIONJoin Lynett Putterman Saturday morning for a group workout like none other. NIA (NeuromuscularIntegrative Action) is a fusion fitness class that includes martial arts and dance arts for a non-impact aerobic workout, meant to be performed barefoot. The combination of classic movementforms is ideal for all ages and fitness levels and moves energy throughout the entire body.Location: Hyatt Regency, Room TBDCost: There is no cost to participate in this activity. An RSVP is kindly requested.Please Note: If you have issues with your feet, wear soft flexible shoes (not running shoes or thicksoled shoes). 8
  9. 9. GROUP ACTIVITIESSATURDAY, JUNE 8, 2013Time: 2:00 – 3:30 pmWALKING TOUR OF HISTORIC NEWPORTNewports famous historic district is best seen on foot, so you can experience the details ofNewports architectural, cultural and social heritage first hand. Nowhere in the United States canone find so many buildings from so many different periods. The tour begins at the hotel and visitsover 300 buildings in the area that date from before the American Revolution. The tour focuses onseveral restored buildings that predate the Revolution, the history of some of the earliest housesand the families who lived there.Cost: $42.00 per personTicket Price Includes: Narrated walking tour, water and gratuities.Please Note: Reservations will be taken on a first come/first served basis. This activity will becancelled if the minimum number of participants is not met.RECREATIONAL ACTIVITY REFUNDS: A full refund will be issued for recreational activities up to May 6, 2013 uponreceipt of written notice. Sorry, we are unable to issue refunds after May 6th as guarantees will have been made andconfirmed with deposits. We encourage you to “resell” your tickets onsite if a conflict develops, and are happy tohelp coordinate this.HOTEL INFORMATION Hyatt Regency I 1 Goat Island I Newport, RI 02840The group rate of $239.00 plus a $15 resort fee per night will be available until Monday, May 6,2013 or until the room block is filled. After this date, reservations and rates are subject toavailability.Phone Reservations: Please call 1-888-421-1442 and request the group rate for ASOPRS.Please Note: You must be a member of ASOPRS, ACPO, ESOPRS, APSOPRS, SBCPO or an ASOPRSFellow-in-Training to attend. The resort fee includes: -Overnight self parking (valet parking adds $5 per night to the resort fee) -Guest room internet service -Hyatt shuttle to/from downtown Newport -Hyatt water shuttle to/from downtown Newport -2 bottles of water per guestroom, per night -24 hour access to fitness center -Unlimited local phone calls -On property resort activities (i.e. bike use, movies on the lawn) 9 8
  10. 10. Register online or complete this interactive form and fax to 952-545-6073 Forms may also be emailed to info@asoprs.org. Call 952-646-2038 with questions.REGISTRATION FORM Save time and register online at www.asoprs.orgPlease print your name as you would like it to appear on your name badge.Name: Degree:Company/Practice/Institution:Address:City/State/Zip:Telephone: Email:□ Check here if this is your first ASOPRS Meeting□ Do you have any dietary restrictions? Please explain. ________________________________________□ Check here if you do not want your contact information (including email) published on the Registration List (given to 2013 Spring Meeting Sponsors and Exhibitors).□ Do you have any specific accommodations or needs pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act?If so, please explain.REGISTRATION FEES Early Registration After 5/6/13□ Society Member (including ACPO, ESOPRS, APSOPRS, SBCPO) $745 $785Fee includes Scientific Sessions, Breakfasts, Breaks, Welcome Reception and Annual Banquet.□ Fellow-in-Training $505 $535Fee includes Scientific Sessions, Breakfasts, Breaks, Welcome Reception and Annual Banquet. TOTALSOCIAL EVENT TICKETS/RSVP’s□ Thursday, June 6, 2013 – President’s Welcome Reception & New Member Inductions @ no charge for registered attendees; please RSVP here @ $125 per adult (17+) @ no charge per child 16 and under *Please fill in the ages of the children here ____________□ Saturday, June 8, 2013 – ASOPRS Annual Banquet @ no charge for registered attendees; please RSVP here @ $150 per adult (17+) @ $50 per child (5-16) @ no charge per child under 5 *Please fill in the ages of the children here ____________ TOTAL ________ Continued on next page 10
  11. 11. Register online or complete this interactive form and fax to 952-545-6073 Forms may also be emailed to info@asoprs.org. Call 952-646-2038 with questions.REGISTRATION FORM Save time and register online at www.asoprs.orgGROUP OPTIONAL ACTIVITIESFRIDAY, JUNE 7, 2013 SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 2013□ ASOPRS Annual Golf Tournament □ ASOPRS Foundation 5K Run/Walk @ $65.00 per person @ $35.00 per person □ NIA Fitness Session Handicap _______@ no charge Will you need to rent clubs? YES □ NO □ □ Sailing Aboard the Schooner Aurora @ $82.00 per person□ Trolley Tour of Newport/Breakers Mansion □ Walking Tour of Historic Newport @ $75.00 per person @ $42.00 per person□ Kayak Tour Adventure @ $117.00 per person GRAND TOTAL $Payment must accompany the registration form and be received in the Executive Office byMay 6, 2013 to receive the early registration rate.□ Check/Money Order (US funds) Check No. (Checks payable to ASOPRS)□ VISA □ MasterCard □ American ExpressCard No. __Exp. __________Name as it appears on card:Authorized Signature:A $20 service fee will apply to returned checks or declined charges. 11

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