Florida Society of Dermatology andDermatologic Surgery2013 Annual Meeting May 24–27, 2013 Boca Raton Resort and Club The Waldorf Astoria Collection Boca Raton, Florida
Learning Objectives & AccreditationTarget Audience AccommodationsDermatologists, Dermatologic Surgeons,Dermatopathologists, Dermatology Residents and any other Boca Raton Resort & Clubphysicians interested in dermatology and dermatologic 501 East Camino Realsurgery. Boca Raton, Florida 33432 Reservations: 1-888-503-2622Learning ObjectivesAt the conclusion of this program, the participant will be Situated on 356 acres in South Florida, Boca Ratonable to: Resort & Club combines a fresh look and modern amenities, while embracing the purpose and design • Differentiate recent trends and developments in of the original vision of renowned architect Addison infectious diseases as related to the skin Mizner. This eclectic yet historic resort offers the best of all worlds: a renowned spa, championship golf and • Integrate new therapeutic techniques into clinical tennis, expansive beach and luxury marina - all just practice steps from your guestroom door. With deep roots in the past, this unique Boca Raton, Florida resort is truly • Identify therapies and place them in their proper a destination for all. position in a therapeutic ladder FSDDS room rates start at $165/night for a Cloister • Implement new treatment strategies for psoriasis in room. Rates vary depending on accommodation a clinical practice preference. Please note: There is an additional $22/ night charge for the resort fee and applicable roomAccreditation Statement taxes. Call early – the discounted FSDDS room rates cannot be guaranteed after April 16, 2013.This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1Credit™. DirectionsDisclosure and Conflict of Interest Resolution From Miami to the Boca Raton Resort & Club: Take I-95 North to Hillsboro Boulevard East (ExitAll conflicts of interest of any individual(s) in a position to 42A). Turn right onto Hillsboro Boulevard, and drivecontrol the content of this CME activity will be identified and approximately 1¾ miles to Federal Highway. Make leftresolved prior to this educational activity being provided. onto Federal Highway then drive approximately 1 ½Disclosure about provider and faculty relationships, or the miles to Camino Real. Turn right onto Camino Real.lack thereof, will be provided to the learners. The resort entrance is ¼ miles ahead on the left-hand side.Services for the Disabled–ADA StatementIf special arrangements are required for an individual with From North Florida to the Boca Ratona disability to attend this conference, contact the FSDDS at Resort & Club:904-880-0023 or FSDDS@att.net at least 15 days prior to the Take I-95 South, toward Miami. Take the Palmetto Parkconference. Road exit. Take a left onto Palmetto park road and continue east until Federal Highway. Turn right onto Federal Highway / US 1 South. Go to E. Camino Real, make a left. Pass through one roundabout. End at 501 E. Camino Real.
2013 FacultyJennifer Benedict, LHCRM, EMT Drazen Jukic, MD Darrell Rigel, MDLicensed Healthcare Risk Manager Associate Professor Clinical ProfessorEmergency Medical Technician Department of Pathology and Cell New York University Medical CenterNational Healthcare Compliance Biology and Dermatology Private PracticeBoynton Beach, Florida Director of Dermatopathology New York, New York Felllowship ProgramJeffrey Callen, MD University of South Florida Alan Rockoff, MDProfessor of Medicine (Dermatology) School of Medicine Clinical Assistant ProfessorChief, Division of Dermatology Chief of the Dermatopathology and Tufts University School of MedicineUniversity of Louisville Telepathology Service Private PracticeLouisville, Kentucky James A. Haley VA medical Center Brookline, Massachusetts Tampa, FloridaBasil Cherpelis, MD Theodore Rosen, MDAssociate Professor Joely Kaufman-Janette, MD Professor of DermatologyChief of Dermatologic Surgery Voluntary Assistant Professor of Baylor College of MedicineDirector Residency Program Dermatology Chief of DermatologyUniversity of South Florida University of Miami Houston VA Medical CenterTampa, Florida Miller School of Medicine Houston, Texas Private PracticeBrett Coldiron, MD Coral Gables, Florida Steven Rosenberg, MDClinical Associate Professor of Voluntary ProfessorDermatology Robert Kirsner, MD, PhD Department of Dermatology andUniversity of Cincinnati Vice Chairman, Professor Cutaneous SurgeryPrivate Practice Endowed Stiefel Laboratories Chair University of MiamiCincinnati, Ohio Department of Dermatology and Miller School of Medicine Cutaneous Surgery Chair of Probable CauseAlexcia L. Cox, JD University of Miami Florida Board of MedicineChief of the Family Violence Section Miller School of Medicine Private PracticeOffice of the State Attorney Miami, Florida West Palm Beach, FloridaWest Palm Beach, Florida Douglas Kress, MD John Strasswimmer, MD, PhD, FACMAJoseph Eastern, MD Chief of Pediatric Dermatology Director Melanoma and CutaneousClinical Assistant Professor at UMDNJ and Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Oncology ProgramSeton Hall University School of Graduate Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Lynn Cancer InstituteMedical Education Research Professor of BiochemistryPrivate Practice Craig Leonardi, MD Private Practice Mohs SurgeryBelleville, New Jersey Clinical Professor of Dermatology Delray Beach, Florida St Louis UniversityL. Frank Glass, MD Private Practice Kenneth Tomecki, MDSenior Member Cutaneous Oncology St Louis, Missouri Vice ChairmanProgram Department of DermatologyMoffitt Cancer Center Carlos Nousari, MD Cleveland ClinicAffiliate Professor Voluntary Professor Cleveland, OhioDepartment of Dermatology and Department of Dermatology andCutaneous Surgery Cutaneous Surgery Hensin Tsao, MD, PhDUniversity of South Florida University of Miami Clinical Director of MGH Melanoma andTampa, Florida Miller School of Medicine Pigmented Lesion Center Director of Institute for Director Melanoma Genetics ProgramJeremy Green, MD Immunofluorescence Associate ProfessorVoluntary Assistant Professor Dermpath Diagnostics Harvard Medical SchoolDepartment of Dermatology and Pompano Beach, Florida Boston, MassachusettsCutaneous SurgeryUniversity of Miami Christopher L. Nuland, Esquire Sandy Tsao, MDMiller School of Medicine General Counsel FSDDS Instructor in DermatologyPrivate Practice Law Offices of Christopher L. Nuland Harvard Medical SchoolCoral Gables, Florida Jacksonville, Florida Massachusetts General Hospital Dermatology Laser and Cosmetic Center Charles Perniciaro, MD Boston, Massachusetts Director of Dermatopathology Bernhardt Laboratories Matthew Zirwas, MD Aurora Diagnostics Associate Professor of Dermatology DERMDX Division Director Ohio State Contact Dermatitis Jacksonville, Florida Center The Ohio State University Columbus, Ohio
FSDDS 2013 Annual Meeting May 24–27, 2013 Comprehensive Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery UpdateFriday, May 24 10:45–11:10 am Medical Dermatology Robert Kirsner, MD1:00–3:00 pm Medical Errors Steven Rosenberg, MD 11:10–11:35 am Pediatric Dermatology Christopher Nuland, Esq Douglas Kress, MD3:00–5:00 pm Domestic Violence 11:35 am–12:00 pm Q&A Domestic Violence Department Florida State Attorney’s Office 12:00–1:30 pm Lunch—Networking with Exhibitors Alexcia Cox, Esq 12:30–1:30 pm Considerations for Making Therapeutic 3:00–5:00 pm OSHA/HIPAA Update Decisions, An Interactive Discussion on Jennifer Benedict, LHCRM, EMT Managing Patients With Moderate to Christopher Nuland, Esq Severe Plaque Psoriasis Sponsored by Janssen Biotech, Inc. (non-CME)5:00–6:00 pm PAC Reception 1:45–2:10 pm Practical Contact Dermatitis for the Busy 6:00–8:00 pm Family Fun Night Clinician Matthew Zirwas, MDSaturday, May 25 2:10–2:35 pm Surgical Dermatology and Pearls7:00 am–4:00 pm Registration John Strasswimmer, MD, PhD7:45–8:30 am Breakfast—Networking with 2:35–3:00 pm Interesting Innovative Interventions Exhibitors Theodore Rosen, MD8:30–8:35 am President’s Welcome 3:00–3:30 pm Break with Exhibitors Oren Lifshitz, MD 3:30–3:55 pm Diagnosis and Management of 8:35–9:00 am Melanoma Update Immunobullous Diseases: Darrell Rigel, MD Pearls and Pitfalls Carlos Nousari, MD9:00–9:25 am Infectious Disease Update: A Baker’s Dozen 3:55–4:20 pm Skin Signs of Internal Malignancy Kenneth Tomecki, MD Jeffrey Callen, MD9:25–9:50 am Update on Psoriasis Therapies 4:20–4:45 pm Coding Update Craig Leonardi, MD Brett Coldiron, MD9:50–10:15 am Concepts in Photoprotection 4:45–5:00 pm Q&A Darrell Rigel, MD 6:00–8:00 pm Welcome Reception in the Exhibit Hall10:15–10:45 am Break—Networking with Exhibitors
Sunday, May 26 3:15–3:40 pm Health Care Reform and Dermatology7:00 am–4:00 pm Registration Brett Coldiron, MD7:45–8:30 am Breakfast—Networking with 3:40–4:15 pm Meaningless Use Exhibitors Alan Rockoff, MD8:30–8:55 am STD News You Can Use 4:15–4:45 pm Q&A Theodore Rosen, MD 6:30–7:15 pm Cocktail Reception8:55–9:20 am Lessons from Psolar, A Disease— Specific Psoriasis Registry 7:00–10:00 pm Children’s Dinner and Party for Craig Leonardi, MD ages 4-129:20–9:45 am What’s New in the Medical Literature 7:15–10:30 pm A Delightful Evening featuring Alter Ego Jeffrey Callen, MD 9:45–10:10 am What’s New in Therapy: Monday, May 27 Infectious Diseases and Infestations Ken Tomecki, MD 7:00 am–12:00 pm Registration10:10–10:45 am Break—Networking with Exhibitors 8:00–10:00 am Clinical Pathology Conference (CPC) Frank Glass, MD10:45–11:10 am Wound Care Carlos Nousari, MD Robert Kirsner, MD Drazen Jukic, MD Charles Perniciaro, MD11:10–11:35 AM Update on Molecular Therapeutics in Melanoma Part 1 10:00 am–12:00 pm Lasers/Fillers/Toxin Demonstrations Hensin Tsao, MD Joely Kaufman-Janette, MD Jeremy Green, MD11:35 am–12:00 pm Q&A Sandy Tsao, MD12:00–1:00 pm Lunch-Networking with Exhibitors1:00–2:00 pm FSDDS Business Meeting—Legal and Legislative Updates2:00–2:25 pm Practice Management: The Best Advice I Ever Got Joe Eastern, MD2:25–2:50 pm Update on Molecular Therapeutics in Melanoma Part 2 Hensin Tsao, MD2:50–3:15 pm Morris Waisman, MD Memorial Lecture Program Subject to Change Surgical Pearls from the University of South Florida Basil Cherpelis, MD
Registration FSDDS 2013 Annual Meeting May 24–27, 2013 Boca Raton Resort and Club The Waldorf Astoria Collection Boca Raton, Florida T-Shirt Size S___M___L___XL___1 Full Name MD, DO, other First name to appear on badge Office Address City State Zip Phone Fax Email (Fax and email necessary for confirmation letter and receipt) List Guest Name(s) as they should appear on badge: ____________________________________________________________________2 Scientific Sessions Registration Includes course syllabus and one admission badge for all exhibit hall food functions. Registration Deadline: Advance registration closes May 17, 2013. Program materials not Early Bird After 4/3/2013 guaranteed after May 3, 2013. On-site FSDDS Member $395 $445 registration opens May 24, 2013. FSDDS Non-Member/Out of State MD’s $595 $645 Florida Dermatology Residents $ 0 $ 0 Cancellation Policy: (Proof of school residency required) Telephone cancellations cannot Out of State Dermatology Residents $125 $145 be accepted. A written notice of (Proof of school residency required) cancellation must be received no Member’s Medical Staff $395 $445 later than two weeks prior to the meeting for a refund. A $25 Non Member’s Medical Staff $595 $645 administration fee will be deducted. TOTAL $___________ $___________ No refunds will be made after May 10, 2013.3 Lunch Symposium (non CME) $ 0 x____ $ 0 x____ Hotel Reservations: Boca Raton Resort and Club, Boca4 Special Events/Guest Registration Sunday Evening Dinner Ticket per person $55 x ____ =____ Raton, Florida. Call 888-503-2622 and request the FSDDS room rate starting at $165/night, plus a Resort Fee of Sunday Children’s Dinner Party (ages 4–12 years)* $40 x ____ =____ $22/night. Reservations made after Child’s Name_________________________ age_____ April 16, 2013 may not be guaranteed Child’s Name_________________________ age_____ at the FSDDS rate. Child’s Name_________________________ age_____ * Please RSVP. Must have minimum 6 children registered 3 Ways to Register: by May 1, 2013 to make this function available. Total Fees: $_______ Fax:5 (904) 880-0034 Special Assistance Mail: I have special needs. Please explain below: Florida Society of ____________________________________________________________________________ Dermatology and6 Payment Information Dermatologic Surgery 11891 Magnolia Falls Drive Checks and money orders must be made payable to FSDDS. If your institution is paying Jacksonville, Florida 32258 your registration fee, please ensure that the check is appropriately identified with your name. Website: www.fsdds.org Check MasterCard Visa AMEX Name on credit card: Registration not accepted Card Number: by phone. Exp. Date: Security Code: Signature: