Caribbean Dermatology Symposium, Inc. 8th Annual Coastal Dermatology Symposium
8th ANNUAL COASTAL DERMATOLOGY Symposium September 26–29, 2012 Westin Verasa Napa Napa, California A Continuing Medical Education ConferenceThis activity has been approved for 12.0 AMA PRA Category I CreditsTM www.coastalderm.org Jointly sponsored by
2012 CME PROGRAMCOASTAL DERMATOLOGY SYMPOSIUM DIRECTORS AND FACULTYTARGET AUDIENCE/PURPOSE Joseph F. Fowler, Jr., MD - DirectorThe 8th Annual Coastal Dermatology Symposium is designed to provide practicing Clinical Professor and Directordermatologists, dermatology residents, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses Contact and Occupational Dermatologyand other health care professionals with updates on the diagnosis and treatment of a University of Louisville School of Medicinevariety of skin diseases.OBJECTIVES Vincent A. DeLeo, MD - At the conclusion of the Coastal Dermatology Symposium, participants will be able to: Associate Director Professor and Chairman◊ Apply the most current treatments for common skin diseases Department of Dermatology◊ Identify potential adverse effects and levels of efficacy of newer dermatologic St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center treatments J. Mark Jackson, MD - ◊ Interpret various diagnostic tests for skin diseases Associate Director Clinical Professor of Dermatology◊ Manage common and difficult skin diseases and gain insight from leading University of Louisville School of Medicine dermatologists James G. Marks Jr., MD - DESIGNATION STATEMENT Associate DirectorThe University of Louisville Continuing Health Sciences Education office designates Professor and Chairmanthis educational activity for a maximum of 12.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Department of DermatologyPhysicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their Pennsylvania State Universityparticipation in the activity. School of MedicineJOINT SPONSOR STATEMENT Miriam S. Bettencourt, MDThis activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Assistant Clinical Professor of DermatologyAreas and Policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education University of Nevada, Las Vegas(ACCME) through the joint sponsorship of the University of Louisville and the Adjunct Professor of DermatologyCaribbean Dermatology Symposium, Inc. The University of Louisville is accredited by Touro Universitythe ACCME to provide continuing education for physicians. Neal D. Bhatia, MDAAD CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION RECOGNITION Associate Clinical ProfessorAWARD Harbor-UCLA Medical CenterThe Caribbean Dermatology Symposium, Inc., Coastal Dermatology Symposium (program #394100) is recognized by the American Academy of Dermatology for 12 Lawrence F. Eichenfield, MDAAD Recognized Credit(s) and may be used toward the American Academy of Professor of Pediatrics and MedicineDermatology’s Continuing Medical Education Award. Chief, Pediatrics and Adolescent Dermatology University of California, San Diego School of MedicineNURSING STATEMENT Rady Children’s Hospital and Health CenterThis program has been approved by the Kentucky Board of Nursing for 14.0 contact hours through the University of Louisville School of Nursing, provider M. Alan Menter, MDnumbers 3-0046-01-2012-255 for 4.8 hours on 9/27/2012; 3-0046-01-2012-256 for 4.8 Director, Residency Program in Dermatologyhours on 9/28/2012; and 3-0046-01-2012-257 for 4.8 hours on 9/29/2012, expiration Baylor University Medical Centerdate December 31, 2012. Clinical Professor of DermatologyThe Kentucky Board of Nursing approval of an individual nursing education provider University of Texas Southwestern Medicaldoes not constitute endorsement of program content. Participants must complete Schoolentire session, provide license and social security number and complete evaluation toreceive contact hours.SPECIAL NEEDSIf you need special accommodations due to a disability, or for an alternate form ofcourse materials, please contact us at (502) 569-1356 at least 14 days prior to the program. Joint sponsors fully comply with the legal requirements of the Americanswith Disabilities Act and the rules and regulations thereof.
ACCOMODATIONS NAPA VALLEY HIGHLIGHTS Napa Valley is THE premier wine and food destination in the U.S. The town of Napa is the gateway to the valley’s more than 200 wineries and a destination in its own right. Located just 50 miles north of San Francisco, the Napa Valley is home to world- renowned wineries such as Caymus, Joseph Phelps, Nickel & Nickel, Opus One, Robert Mondavi and Silver Oak. Fall is “the crush” and is one of the most exciting - and beauti- ful - times to visit. In addition to wineries and restaurants, you can enjoy shopping, museums, hot-air balloon rides, the Wine Train, and much more. For the wine enthusiast, the wineries of Napa Valley are just minutes away from the Westin Verasa. Plus there are many tasting rooms in downtown Napa that are within walking distance of the hotel. Whether you schedule your own visits or take advantage of the op- tional special events planned for participants of the Coastal Dermatology Symposium, you will get a close-up view of some of Napa’s finest wineries. You’ll be able to walk in the vineyards, tour the caves, sample wine aging in the barrel, talk to the wine-makers, and taste some exceptional vintages.WESTIN VERASA NAPAA LUXURY HOTEL LOCATED ON THE NAPA RIVER◊ Walking distance to Wine Train, Oxbow Market, restaurants, tasting rooms, historic area, and Riverfront Walk◊ “Best In Wine Tourism” award winner by Great Wine Capitals Global Network in 2010◊ AAA Four-Diamond rating with award winning cuisine and excep- tional wines◊ Spacious rooms and suites with kitchenette, sitting area, over-sized bathroom, patio or balcony, 32” flat-screen TV, and Westin Heavenly Bed◊ Home of “La Toque”, rated one of the “Best Restaurants in America” by Wine Spectator◊ Pool, fitness center, bike rentals, walking and jogging trails, state-of-the-art meeting facilitiesA block of deluxe king rooms at the Westin Verasa Napa has been secured for participants of the Coastal Dermatology Symposium at aspecial conference rate. You must register for the symposium in order to receive this special rate of $249/night, plus tax and resort fees.The deadline for reservations at the Westin Verasa is August 28, but rooms are limited, so please register and make your reservations assoon as possible to assure availability. For more information visit www.westinnapa.com.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 266:30-9:00 pm: “Welcome to Napa Valley” Wine Tasting and Buffet Dinner THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 277:00 am: Breakfast7:45 am: Welcome and Introductions — FOWLER8:00 am: Eczema and Contact Dermatitis Update — FOWLER8:30 am: Hand Eczema and Occupational Dermatitis: A Case-Based Approach — MARKS9:00 am: A Practical Approach to Diagnosing Photosensitivity — DE LEO9:30 am: Panel Discussion, Q & A10:00 am: Break and Visit Exhibits10:30 am: Introduction to Tropical Dermatology — BETTENCOURT11:00 am: Practical Monitoring of Therapeutics in Psoriasis — JACKSON11:30 am: Immunology of Derm Therapeutics: The Basics — BHATIANOON: Panel Discussion, Q & A12:30 pm: Adjourn CME Program12:40 pm: Luncheon Program (non-CME)2:00 - 5:00 pm: Winery Tours and Tastings (Optional-Additional Fee) FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 287:00 am: Breakfast7:00 am: Breakfast Program (non-CME)8:00 am: AK and BCC: There’s Lots New — BHATIA8:30 am: What’s New with the Biologics for Psoriasis — JACKSON9:00 am: Psoriatic Arthritis for the Dermatologist — MENTER9:30 am: Panel Discussion, Q & A10:00 am: Break and Visit Exhibits10:30 am: Rashes in Kids — EICHENFIELD11:00 am: Co-Morbidities in Psoriasis — MENTER11:30 am: New Teaching Cases from Hershey — MARKSNOON: Panel Discussion, Q & A12:30 pm: Adjourn CME Program12:40 pm: Luncheon Program (non-CME)6:00-9:30 pm: Closing Reception and Winery Dinner (Optional – Additional Fee)
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 7:00 am: Breakfast 7:30 am: Sponsor’s Update: Who We Are and What We’re Doing (non-CME) 8:00 am: Drug Reactions — BHATIA 8:30 am: Resident’s Forum 9:00 am: Advances in Rosacea: Etiology and Treatment — FOWLER 9:30 am: Panel Discussion, Q & A 10:00 am: Break and Visit Exhibits 10:30 am: An Expert’s View of Acne — EICHENFIELD 11:00 am: New and Instructive Cases from Coast to Coast — DE LEO 11:30 am: Dermatology and Natural Disasters — BETTENCOURT NOON: Panel Discussion: Medical Dermatology — ALL FACULTY 12:30 pm: Conclusion NOTE: All Educational Programs and Events Are Subject to ChangeSPECIAL EVENTSSpecial events for the 2012 Coastal Dermatology Symposium include the followingafternoon and evening activities:WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26“Welcome to Napa Valley” Opening Reception6:30 pm Welcome! Meet and mingle with the symposium faculty, sponsors, participants and theirguests. Enjoy an outdoor cocktail buffet on the courtyard of the Westin Verasa Napa. Tasteselected varietals of California wines and gourmet foods that are paired for sensational flavorcompatibility. This activity is open to all registered participants and guests, and is included inthe registration fee.THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27Winery Tours2:00 - 5:00 pm Private motor coaches will transport you to special tours and tastings at famous Napa Valleywineries. An additional fee and advance registration is required for this activity. Informationabout signing-up for the winery tours will be sent to you upon registration for the conference.FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28Closing Reception and Winery Dinner6:30 pmYou’ll be treated to a special, private dinner at a Napa Valley Winery. A reception featuringestate bottled wines begins the evening, followed by a candle-lit, three-course gourmet dinner.An additional fee of $125 per person is required for this event, which includes transportation.Advance registration is required.
HOTEL RESERVATIONSA block of deluxe king guestrooms at the Westin Verasa Napa hasbeen secured for participants of the Coastal Dermatology Sympo-sium at the special rate of $249 per night plus tax, single or doubleoccupancy. Currently, the state and local occupancy tax is 14%.There is a $20 per night Resort Fee that includes: complimentaryvalet parking, unlimited high speed internet access, and local calls.You must register for the symposium in order to receive thisspecial rate. The deadline for reservations at the Westin Verasais August 28, but rooms are limited, so please register and makeyour reservations as soon as possible. To make your room reserva-tion, call toll-free (888) 627-7169 and ask for the Coastal Dermatol-ogy Symposium group rate. Or, book your room online by usingthe link available at www.coastalderm.org on the “Westin Verasa”page.You will be asked to provide credit card information to guaranteeyour room reservation. You will not be charged at the time ofbooking. However, if you cancel your reservation less than 72hours before your scheduled arrival time, you will be charged forone night’s rooms and tax.Check-in time is 3:00 pm. Check out time is 12:00 noon. Meeting & Special Event Transportation Registration FeesThe Westin Verasa Napa is accessible from three major airports:San Francisco (SFO), Oakland (OAK) and Sacramento (SMF). The PHYSICIANS AND HEALTHCARE PROFESSION-drive time is approximately 60-75 minutes from each of these ALS:airports. Rental cars are available at all three. Fee includes educational program sessions and printed materials, opening reception, breakfast and coffee breaks on Thursday, Friday andFor detailed driving directions, visit www.coastalderm.org. Un- Saturday.derground valet parking is included in your resort fee. $350 per person by 7/31/2012 $400 after 8/1/2012 GUEST OF REGISTERED PHYSICIAN: Fee includes opening reception, breakfast on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. $150 per person by 7/1/2012 $175 after 8/1/2012 NON-EXHIBITING INDUSTRY REPRESENTATIVE: Fee includes educational program sessions and printed materials, opening reception, breakfast and coffee breaks on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. $1,000 per person CLOSING RECEPTION AND WINERY DINNER: Fee includes transportation, reception, gourmet dinner, and wines. Open to ages 21 and over. $125 per person ($150 on site, if available) CANCELLATION POLICY: Cancellations received by September 14, 2012 will be assessed a $50 pro- cessing fee. No refunds of registration or special event fees will be given after September 14, 2012.
cut here RESERVATION FORM 2012 COASTAL DERMATOLOGY SYMPOSIUM WESTIN VERASA, NAPA, CALIFORNIA, SEPTEMBER 26–29, 2012 Register online at www.coastalderm.org or use this form. PRIMARY REGISTRANT First Name Middle Last Professional Degree Practice/Hospital Name Business Address City State Zip Code Business Phone ( ) ext. Fax ( ) E-mail Address Home Phone (optional) ( ) GUEST RESGISTRATION All guests who wish to attend opening reception, breakfasts or special events must register. Guest #1 First Name Last Name Guest #2 First Name Last Namecut here Guest #3 First Name Last Name REGISTRATION FEES Please indicate number of persons in each category. Physicians and Healthcare Professionals: $ 350 per person by 7/31/2012 / $400 after 8/1/2012 Guest Of Registered Physician: $ 150 per person by 7/31/2012 / $175 after 8/1/2012 Non-Exhibiting Industry Representative: $ 1,000 per person Closing Reception and Winery Dinner: $ 125 per person Total Registration Fees To Be Charged: $ CREDIT CARD INFORMATION FOR MEETING REGISTRATION FEES VISA MASTERCARD AMEX Credit Card # Security Code Exp. Date Billing Address for Card (if different from above) Signature Date Please fax completed form to (502) 458-8563 IF PAYING BY CHECK, PLEASE MAIL FORM AND CHECK TO : Coastal Dermatology Symposium, 501 S. Second Street, Louisville, KY 40202cut here Questions or more information, email email@example.com or call (502) 569-1356
NON-PROFIT ORGCaribbean Dermatology Symposium US POSTAGE501 S. Second Street PAIDLouisville, KY 40202 PERMIT #339 LOUISVILLE KYRegister Now!www.coastalderm.org 8th ANNUAL COASTAL DERMATOLOGY SYMPOSIUM SEPTEMBER 26–29, 2012 WESTIN VERASA NAPA, CALIFORNIA