Colorado Dermatologic Society Annual Meeting

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Colorado Dermatologic Society Annual Meeting

  1. 1. Colorado Dermatologic Society Annual Meeting Friday, September 14, 2012 Inverness Hotel & Conference Center • Summit Ballroom 200 Inverness Drive West • Englewood, CO Presented by: Colorado Dermatologic Society Jointly Sponsored by University of Colorado School of Medicine Office of Continuing Medical Education & Colorado Dermatologic SocietyThis program is a part of the Colorado Statewide Extended Campus. State funds were not used to develop or administer this program
  2. 2. Directions to the Inverness Hotel200 Inverness Drive West, Englewood, CO 80112 • 800-832-9053The Inverness Hotel & Conference Center is located in the DTC. From I-25, exit CountyLine Road (Exit 195). Go east on County Line Road. Take the first left onto Inverness DriveWest. The Inverness Hotel and Conference Center will be on your right.Directions to Maggiano’s7401 S. Clinton Street, Englewood, CO 80112 • 303-858-1405Maggiano’s Little Italy (DTC) is less than two miles from the Inverness Hotel. From the ho-tel, go north on Inverness Drive West towards Inverness Terrace. Stay straight, and the roadbecomes South Clinton Street. The restaurant will be on the right.National FacultyOscar Colegio, MDAssistant Professor of DermatologyYale UniversityNew Haven, CTBari B. Cunningham, MDAssociate Professor of DermatologyUniversity of California, San Diego School of MedicineSan Diego, CALauren C. Hughey, MDAssociate Professor of DermatologyThe University of Alabama at BirminghamBirmingham, ALIsaac M. Neuhaus, MDAssistant Professor of DermatologyUniversity of California, San FranciscoSan Francisco, CAAdam I. Rubin, MDAssistant Professor of DermatologyUniversity of PennsylvaniaPhiladelphia, PALocal FacultyJames Fitzpatrick, MDProfessor & Vice Chair, Department of Dermatology, University of ColoradoAurora, COFrederic W. Platt, MDClinical Professor of Medicine, University of ColoradoAurora, CO
  3. 3. Progam ChairInsley Puma Flaig, MDPresident, Colorado Dermatologic SocietyPrivate PracticeGreenwood Village, COAccreditationThis activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the EssentialAreas and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education(ACCME) through the joint sponsorship of The University of Colorado School ofMedicine and Colorado Dermatologic Society. The University of Colorado Schoolof Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing MedicalEducation (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.The University of Colorado School of Medicine designates this live activity for amaximum of 7.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only thecredit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.The Colorado Dermatologic Society Annual Meeting (Program #98104) is recognizedby the American Academy of Dermatology for 7.5 AAD Recognized Credit(s) andmay be used toward the American Academy of Dermatology’s Continuing MedicalEducation Award.Course OverviewThis course consists of a full day of didactic lectures, designed to keep thedermatologist and dermasurgeon abreast of the rapid changes occurring in the areasof pediatric dermatology, biologics & skin cancer, consultative dermatology, naildisorders and practice updates.Learning ObjectivesDermatology and cutaneous surgery are increasingly complex fields of diagnosticand therapeutic techniques and procedures that require continual education over thecourse of a career. The Colorado Dermatologic Society sets to achieve the followingobjectives: 1. Review cutting edge advances in dermatology 2. Learn new dermatology diagnostic procedures 3. Be able to utilize the latest in dermatology therapeutics 4. Understand basic science developments in dermatology 5. Updates on evidenced based care in dermatology 6. Develop skills in dermatology practice managementAt the conclusion of the conference, the participant should be able to apply thisknowledge and implement the presented changes in his or her clinical practice.Poster SessionsPoster sessions will be available for viewing during the breaks. If you would like tosubmit a poster, please send the poster abstract to stephanie@goddardassociates.comby August 6, 2012. Research that has been previously presented is acceptable.
  4. 4. AgendaFriday, September 14, 20127:30 am Registration/Continental Breakfast, & Poster Session8:15 am Welcome8:30 am Isaac M. Neuhaus, MD The Tan Ban: Lessons and Reflections from the California Experience8:55 am Isaac M. Neuhaus, MD Surgical Reconstruction of Nasal Defects: Maximizing Results from Simple Repairs9:20 am Bari B. Cunningham, MD Pediatric Dermatology: Recent Trends & Current Controversies10:10 am Break, Exhibits & Poster Session10:30 am Resident Case Presentations11:30 am Oscar R. Colegio, MD Management of Solid Organ Transplant Recipients: The Rashes11:55 am Oscar R. Colegio, MD Biologics & Skin Cancer12:20 pm Lunch Buffet1:20 pm Lauren C. Hughey, MD Consultative Dermatology: Caring for the Hospitalized Patient with Skin Disease2:10 pm Resident Case Presentations3:10 pm Break, Exhibits & Poster Session3:35 pm Adam I. Rubin, MD Nail Unit Biopsy Techniques4:00 pm Adam I. Rubin, MD Common Nail Clinic Consults & How I Manage Them4:25 pm James Fitzpatrick, MD CLIA Quality Assurance Tests (Dermatology Laboratory & MOHS Laboratory)4:45 pm Wine & Cheese Reception. Visit with Exhibitors (held in exhibit hall)6:00 pm Frederic Platt, MD COPIC Presentation & Dinner: Difficult Patient Interactions in Medicine Maggiano’s DTC (Guests are welcome to attend.)7:00 pm Meeting Adjourns
  5. 5. RegistrationName as you would like it to appear on your CME certificate:________________________________________________________________________________ first middle (optional) lastDegree: q MD q DO q PA q NP q PharmD q RPh q RNOffice Address ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________This is the address that will be published on the attendee list, distributed to attendees and exhibitors.City:____________________________________________________________________State:______________ Zip:_________________________________Phone __________________________________________________ E-mail _______________________________________________________________ You will receive your registration confirmation via email. Please indicate if you have any need for auxiliary aids or special assistance services:______________________________________________________________Annual Meeting Registration Fees Payment Information(Includes all lectures, breaks, breakfast, lunch, and dinner) Please enclose payment and mail to: Colorado Dermatologic SocietyBy 08/31/12 After 08/31/12 P.O. Box 4834 • Englewood, CO 80155 • FAX: 303-771-2550q $0 q $50 CDS Member Name __________________________________________________________q $160 q $210 Non-member Physician (as it appears on card)q $100 q $150 Affiliated Health ProfessionalOptional Meeting Event Fees: q MasterCard q Visa q Discover Expiration Date:______________q $25 CLIA Test(s) (cost is for one or both tests) Card # __________________________________________________________q $0 I plan to attend the COPIC Dinner & Presentation Credit Card Billing Address (if different than above)________________________q $50/guest I plan to bring ____ guests to the COPIC Dinner _______________________________________________________________Deadline for registration refunds: August 31, 2012Total Enclosed $ ______

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