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  • 1. S ER IES I 2012 March 31-April 4 June 18-22 Orlando, FL Atlantic City, NJDAY 1 HEMATOLOGY/ID A C C R E D I TAT I O N S TAT E M E N T7:30 AM Registration Temple University School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to8:00 AM Comprehensive Review of Anemia sponsor continuing medical education for physicians.8:45 AM How and When to Use Erythropoietin C E R T I F I C AT I O N S TAT E M E N T9:30 AM Comprehensive Review of Coagulation Disorders Temple University School of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 20 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™.10:20 AM Case Studies Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with11:10 AM Immunization 2012 the extent of their participation in the activity.12:00 PM Q&A AAFP CREDITDAY 2 CARDIOLOGY Application for CME credit has been filed with the American Academy of Family Physicians. Determination8:00 AM What is New in Hypercholesterolemia & of credit is pending. the 2012 ATP4 Guidelines N U R S I N G A C C R E D I TAT I O N8:40 AM A Case-based Approach to Hypertension Temple University School of Medicine is an approved9:20 AM Management of Acute Coronary Syndrome provider of continuing nursing education by the PA State10:00 AM Practical Approach to the Treatment of Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Deep Vein Thrombosis Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.10:40 AM Management of Congestive Heart Failure Nurses will receive up to 20 Contact Hours.11:20 AM New Anticoagulants for the Management AOA CREDIT of Atrial Fibrillation 20 Category 2A12:00 PM Q&ADAY 3 ORTHOPAEDICS8:00 AM How to do Knee Exam9:00 AM How to do Shoulder Exam10:00 AM Comprehensive Review of Common Upper Extremity Injuries11:00 AM Comprehensive Review of Common Lower Extremity Injuries12:00 PM Q&ADAY 4 PULMONARY8:00 AM COPD 20128:45 AM Asthma 20129:30 AM Case Studies10:20 AM Causes, Symptoms and Treatment of Pneumonia11:10 AM Five Common Pulmonary Conditions in Primary Care12:00 PM Q&ADAY 5 ENDOCRINOLOGY/ NUTRITION8:00 AM Management of Diabetic Patients9:00 AM Case Studies10:00 AM What is New with Vitamin D11:00 AM DASH Diet/Obesity Management12:00 PM Q&A VIS IT OUR WEB SITE www.temple.edu/cme 2
  • 2. S ER IES II 2012 July 28-August 1 August 18-22 Niagara Falls, NY Ocean City, MDDAY 1 GASTROENTEROLOGY A C C R E D I TAT I O N S TAT E M E N T7:30 AM Registration Temple University School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to8:00 AM Case Studies in Nonconstipation IBS sponsor continuing medical education for physicians.9:00 AM Risk Factors for C Difficile Infection C E R T I F I C AT I O N S TAT E M E N T10:00 AM Chronic Hepatitis B in the United States Temple University School of Medicine designates this live11:00 AM Five Common Problems in Primary Care activity for a maximum of 20 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™.12:00 PM Q&A Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.DAY 2 WOMENS HEALTH A A F P CR E D I T8:00 AM Management of Osteoporosis Application for CME credit has been filed with the9:00 AM Diagnosis and Treatment of Fibromyalgia American Academy of Family Physicians. Determination10:00 AM Cancer Prevention and Screeing of credit is pending.11:00 AM Hormone Replacement Therapy: N U R S I N G A C C R E D I TAT I O N Where Do We Stand? Temple University School of Medicine is an approved12:00 PM Q&A provider of continuing nursing education by the PA State Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the AmericanDAY 3 DIABETES/OBESITY Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.8:00 AM Management of Diabetic Patients Nurses will receive up to 20 Contact Hours.9:00 AM Case Studies AOA CREDIT10:00 AM Obesity Management 20 Category 2A11:00 AM Management of Patients Post Bariatric Surgery12:00 PM Q&ADAY 4 INFECTIOUS DISEASES8:00 AM Tick Borne Diseases, Practical Clinical Considerations9:00 AM Sexually Transmitted Diseases: Dx & Rx Considerations10:00 AM Hepatitis C: Practical Dx and Rx Considerations11:00 AM Five Common Conditions in PCP12:00 PM Q&ADAY 5 UROLOGY8:00 AM Common Cancers of the Upper Urinary Tract: Clinical Considerations9:15 AM How to Perform an Accurate Digital Exam of the Prostate Gland10:30 AM Five Common Problems in Primary Care12:00 PM Q&A 3 VIS IT OUR WEB S ITE www.temple.edu/cme
  • 3. S ER IES III 2013 April 5-14 DESIGN YOUR CME EXPERIENCE Orlando, FL Choose 3 to 10 days at $150 per dayFRIDAY, APRIL 5, 2013 MONDAY, APRIL 8, 2013DAY 1 GASTROENTEROLOGY DAY 4 PAIN MANAGEMENT7:30 AM Registration 8:00 AM Management of Chronic Pain8:00 AM Heartburn 9:00 AM Management of Back Pain9:20 AM Five Common GI Conditions in Primary Care 10:00 AM Responsible Opioid Prescribing10:40 AM When Diverticula Bleed: Clinical 11:00 AM Case-based Approach to Pain Consideration 12:00 PM Q&A12:00 PM Q&A TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 2013SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 2013 DAY 5 INFECTIOUS DISEASEDAY 2 PSYCHIATRY 8:00 AM MRSA 2013 Update8:00 AM Major Depression vs. Dysthymia Delineated 8:45 AM Acute Bronchitis (when to use antibiotic) Practice 9:30 AM How to Treat Antibiotic-Resistant Patients8:45 AM Generalized Anxiety Disorder (without 10:20 AM Meningitis in Children Depression) 11:10 AM HPV Virus in Men and Women9:20 AM Comprehensive Review of Schizophrenia 12:00 PM Q&A10:20 AM Addiction and its Management11:10 AM Case Studies WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 201312:00 PM Q&A DAY 6 CARDIOLOGY 8:00 AM What is New in Hypercholesterolemia & theSUNDAY, APRIL 7, 2013 2013 ATP4 GuidelinesDAY 3 NEUROLOGY 8:40 AM A Case-based Approach to Hypertension8:00 AM Headaches: Causes, Symptoms and 9:20 AM Evaluation of Risk Factors for Acute Treatments Coronary Syndrome9:00 AM How to Avoid Brain Injuries 10:00 AM How and When to Use Various Screening10:00 AM Comprehensive Review of Dementia Methods11:00 AM Management of Syncope and Vertigo 10:40 AM Management of Congestive Heart Failure12:00 PM Q&A 11:20 AM New Anticoagulants for the Management of Atrial Fibrillation 12:00 PM Q&A THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 2013 DAY 7 UROLOGY/NEPHROLOGY 8:00 AM Chronic Kidney Disease 8:45 AM Enuresis Causes and Treatments 9:30 AM Erectile Dysfunction 10:20 AM Overactive Bladder Symptoms in Women and its Management 11:10 AM Management of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia 12:00 PM Q&A continued ©Disney VIS IT OUR WEB SITE www.temple.edu/cme 4
  • 4. S ER IES III 2013 April 5-14 DESIGN YOUR CME EXPERIENCEcontinued Orlando, FL Choose 3 to 10 days at $150 per dayFRIDAY, APRIL 12, 2013 A C C R E D I TAT I O N S TAT E M E N TDAY 8 RHEUMATOLOGY Temple University School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to8:00 AM Psoriasis 2013 sponsor continuing medical education for physicians.8:45 AM How to Differentiate Fibromyalgia from other Arthritis Conditions C E R T I F I C AT I O N S TAT E M E N T9:30 AM What is New in the Treatment of Rheumatoid Temple University School of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 40 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Arthritis Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with10:20 AM Spondyloarthropathies 2013 the extent of their participation in the activity.11:10 AM Five Common Rheumatologic Conditions in A A F P CR E D I T PC Setting Application for CME credit has been filed with the12:00 PM Q&A American Academy of Family Physicians. DeterminationSATURDAY, APRIL 13, 2013 of credit is pending.DAY 9 DERMATOLOGY N U R S I N G A C C R E D I TAT I O N8:00 AM Common Tumors in the Office Setting: Wart, Temple University School of Medicine is an approved Common Neoplasms of the Head & Neck provider of continuing nursing education by the PA State Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American8:45 AM Common Tumors in the Office Setting: Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Keratosis, Cysts, Granuloma, Lymphoma, Nurses will receive up to 40 Contact Hours. Vascular Tumors, Leg Ulcers, Dermatitis, and Principles of Wound Care AOA CREDIT9:30 AM Acne: Treatment of Eruptions 40 Category 2A10:20 AM Choosing Topical Steroids11:10 AM Atopic Dermatitis12:00 PM Q&ASUNDAY, APRIL 14, 2013DAY 10 WOMENS HEALTH8:00 AM Osteoporosis 20139:00 AM Fibromyalgia and Polymyalgia Overview10:00 AM Cancer Prevention and Screening ©Disney11:00 AM Female Sexual Dysfunctions12:00 PM Q&A 5 VIS IT OUR WEB S ITE www.temple.edu/cme
  • 5. SPEA KER SANDREW ANGELINO, MD JACK MYDLO, MDAssociate Professor Professor and ChairDepartment of Psychiatry Department of UrologyJohns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center Temple University School of MedicineSTEPHEN C. EPPES, MD NAMRATA PATEL, MDDivision Chief Associate ProfessorDivision of Pediatric Infectious Disease Critical Care and Pulmonary MedicineDepartment of Pediatrics Temple University School of MedicineA.I. duPont Hospital for Children DAVID ROBY, MDROBERT FAWCETT, MD Department of NeurologyAssociate Director Albert Einstein Medical CenterFamily Medicine Residency ProgramYork Hospital RONALD RUBIN, MD Professor of MedicineROBERT FISHER, MD Chief, HematologyProfessor of Medicine Department of MedicineTemple University School of Medicine Temple University School of MedicineBENJAMIN KREVSKY, MD MARC SANDBERG, MD, FACP, CDEAssociate Chief, Section of Gastroenterology Medical DirectorDirector, Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Center for Nutritional and Diabetes ManagementProfessor, Department of Medicine Hunterdon Medical CenterTemple University School of Medicine ELIAS S. SIRAJ, MDO. FRED MILLER, MD Associate Professor of MedicineEmeritus Director of Dermatology Program Director, Endocrinology FellowshipGeisinger Medical Center Director, Diabetes Program, Temple University School of MedicineGABE MIRKIN, MDAssociate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics JENNIFER SLOANE, MDGeorgetown School of Medicine Assistant Professor of Medicine Section of RheumatologyJOSÉ C. MISSRI, MD Temple University School of MedicineProfessor of Cardiovascular MedicineChief, Cardiology Section CHRISTINE STABLER, MDDepartment of Medicine Vice President for Academic AffairsTemple University School of Medicine Family Practice Residency Program Lancaster General Hospital VIS IT OUR WEB SITE www.temple.edu/cme 6
  • 6. ACCOM M ODATIONSGuest rooms have been reserved for PROGRAM DATE HOTEL’S CUTOFF DATEattendees and their guests with special March 31–April 4, 2012 February 29, 2012course rates. In order to receive the special June 18–22, 2012 May 27, 2012rate, reservations must be made before July 28–August 1, 2012 June 20, 2012the room block is filled or before the hotel’s August 18–22, 2012 July 15, 2012cut-off date of the scheduled program, April 5–14, 2013 March 5, 2013whichever comes first. Reservations willbe taken following this date based onspace and rate availability.• Guarantee of first night’s room and tax due at time of reservation, via credit card or check.ORLANDO, F L ORIDA MARCH 31 – APRIL 4, 2012 / APRIL 5-14, 2013WYNDHAM L AKE BUE NA VISTA RE SORT1850 Hotel Plaza BoulevardLake Buena Vista, FL 32830407-828-4444 • www.wyndhamlakebuenavista.comEnjoy a breathtaking view of the Walt Disney World® Resort,panoramic city views or the Aquatic Playground, pool and LakeBuena Vista. When value outweighs the view, the Wyndham LakeBuena Vista boasts standard accommodations as well. Each room is convenientlyequipped with pillow-topper bedding, classic furnishings with gracious appointments,a T.V., high-speed wireless internet access, pay per view movies and games, radio-alarm clock, hair dryer, iron and ironing board, refrigerator, in-room safe, coffeeand express check-out.ON-SITE BENEFITS• Preferred privileges on four (4) PGA Championship Disney golf courses less than 5 minutes away.• Walking distance to Downtown Disney – Disney’s World Class Dining & Entertainment District• 24 hour Business Center• Free transportation to and from the MAGIC KINGDOM Park, EPCOT, Disney-Hollywood Studios Theme Park, Animal Kingdom Park, Planet Hollywood, Typhoon Lagoon, and Blizzard Beach.• Discounts on multi-day admission tickets.• Free transportation to Orlando Premium Outlets, the area’s highest quality collection of stores.RECREATIONThe Wyndham Lake Buena Vista Resort also offers the following lakeside recreational facilities:• Two lighted tennis courts and basketball • Two outdoor swimming pools, main pool heated• Children’s pool and recreational area • Outdoor hot tub• Fitness center • On site Activities DirectorRoom rate is $99.00 plus tax 7 VIS IT OUR WEB S ITE www.temple.edu/cme
  • 7. NIAGARA FAL L S, NE W YORK JULY 28 – AUGUST 1 2012SHERAT ON AT T HE FAL L S300 Third StreetNiagara Falls, NY, 14303716-285-3361 • sheratonatthefalls.comLOCATIONThe Sheraton At The Falls is positioned in the heart of downtownNiagara Falls. We are directly across from the Seneca NiagaraCasino & Hotel and adjacent to The Conference Center NiagaraFalls. We are less than a ten minute walk to the Canadian Borderand the spectacular Niagara Falls.ATTRACTIONSOur location is ideal for all the exciting attractions of both sidesof the border. The following is just a sampling of the attractionsand their convenient proximity to the hotel:• The Spectacular Niagara Falls (walking distance)• Maid of the Mist Boat Tours (walking distance)• Seneca Niagara Casino & Hotel (directly across the street)• Whirlpool Jet Boats (15 minutes)• Aquarium of Niagara (3 minutes)• 3rd Street Entertainment District (walking distance)• Fashion Outlets of Niagara Falls Shopping Mall (12 minutes)• Old Fort Niagara (20 minutes)• The Niagara Power Project• Local wineries (various locations throughout Niagara County)In addition to the activities of Niagara, there are numerous arts, theatrical, sporting, andarchitectural attractions in Western New York. Enjoy the Albright Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo SabresHockey, Buffalo Bills Football, Buffalo Bison’s Baseball, Frank Lloyd Wright houses, Shea’s PerformingArts Center, and numerous other options. A complete brochure rack is located in our lobby.AIRPORT ACCESSThe Buffalo Niagara International Airport is 25 miles from the Sheraton At The Falls. With the arrivalof discounted airlines such as Air-Tran, Jet Blue, and Southwest, BNIA boasts among the lowestairfares of all airports across the U.S. In addition, all major airlines are represented at the airport.Over the past year, the growth of BNIA has exceeded twice the national average in passenger growthdue to its accessibility and affordability.Room Rate $139.00 plus tax VIS IT OUR WEB SITE www.temple.edu/cme 8
  • 8. OCEA N C I T Y, M D AUGUST 18-22, 2012CLAR I O N R E S O R T F O N TA I N E B L E A U H O T E L10100 Coastal Highway, Ocean City, MD 21842888-833-1368 • www.clarionoc.comThe Clarion Resort Fontainebleau Hotel is the finest All NonSmoking hotel in Ocean City Maryland featuring luxurious hotelrooms and a 40,000 square foot Conference Center. Locateddirectly on the beach and overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, you’llget the best in Ocean City resorts with unmatched comfortand convenience.For your comfort and enjoyment, we feature luxury non smokingocean view rooms, two oceanfront restaurants, a nightclub, liveentertainment both inside and on the beach (in season), a healthclub, year round indoor pool and heated outdoor pool (open inseason). We offer specialized assistance in meeting planning, reunions and golf outings.Whether you are looking for Ocean City Vacation Packages, oceanfront hotels in Ocean City Marylandor need a quality destination for your next business meeting or family reunion, the Clarion ResortFontainebleau Hotel has it all.Room rate is $242.00 plus taxATLANT IC CIT Y, NJ JUNE 18-22, 2012THE T ROPICANA CASINO AND RE SORTBrighton Avenue and Boardwalk, Atlantic City, NJ 084011-800-TheTrop • www.tropicana.netThe Tropicana has always been one of Atlantic City’s favoritecasinos – located on the boardwalk and offers 4 hotel towers,large casino, nice poker room, table games and thousands ofslot machines. Tropicana is known for warm atmosphere andan amazing assortment of entertainment beyond gaming.The Tropicana Casino and Resort features fun and excitingamenities that sit on the famous Atlantic City Boardwalk.Each of its 2,129 guest rooms features great views of the cityand the sea and are complete with complimentary internet,cable television and video game consoles.The Quarter is a place you must visit, great restaurants, shopping, spa large selection ofnightclubs throughout the massive complex. A favorite place for kids is the enormous IMAXtheater – which plays movies in 3D, so amazing you will think that you are there.The Tropicana Atlantic City Casino packs non stop gaming entertainment along with some of thebest shopping and entertainment that you can find in Atlantic City. It has been called the mostpopular casino in Atlantic City because of the loyal die hard customers that come back year afteryear. If you have never experienced this destination in Atlantic City we suggest you do.Room rate is $75.00 plus tax 9 VIS IT OUR WEB S ITE www.temple.edu/cme