Presented by the Department of Emergency Medicine at San Francisco General Hospital and University of California, San Francisco University of California San Francisco WHAT MAKES THIS COURSE STAND OUT • World-Class Speakers • Leaders in their Fields • Focus on High Risk Topics • No Commercial Funding! • Electronic syllabus and free internet High Risk Emergency Medicine Hawaii J W M A R R I OT T I H I L A N I R E S O RT • OA H U, H AWA I I FEBRUARY 13-17, 2013WEDNESDAY - SUNDAY (PRECEDES PRESIDENTS DAY WEEKEND) high hawaii
JW Marriott Ihilani ResortHigh Risk Emergency Oahu, HawaiiMedicine Hawaii FEBRUARY 13-17, 2013High Risk Emergency Medicine Hawaii is a course ACCREDITATION The University of California,designed to address those topics that, due to the risk San Francisco School of Medicine (UCSF) is accredited by theof misdiagnosis or misadventure, produce the greatest Accreditation Council for Continuinganxiety and concern in the daily practice of emergency Medical Education to provide continuing medical education formedicine. Offered by the Department of Emergency physicians. UCSF designates this live activityMedicine at the University of California, San Francisco, for a maximum of 24.00 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physiciansnationally renowned for emergency medical and should only claim credittrauma care, this conference will meet the needs of commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.the practitioner who encounters a high risk condition in - The General Session is designated for 18.00 AMA PRA Category 1their daily medical practice. This includes practicing CreditsTM.emergency physicians as well as internists, family - Ultrasound-Guided Vascular Access optional workshop is designated forpractitioners, and others who practice in an urgent 1.75 AMA PRA Category 1CreditsTM. - Ultrasound-Guided Nerve Blockscare, high risk, or emergency department setting. optional workshop is designated for 1.75 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM.OBJECTIVES - Pediatric Procedures optional workshop is designated for 2.50The objectives of this conference are to improve AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. - Slit Lamps optional workshops (2)competence and performance in diagnosis, application are designated for 1.75 AMA PRAof current treatment recommendations, and patient Category 1 CreditsTM. This CME activity meetscounseling for: the requirements under California Assembly Bill 1195, continuing• Appropriate diagnosis and management of pediatric education and cultural and head and neck trauma, sedation, fever, and linguistic competency. Pharmacists: The California Board hematologic and oncologic emergencies; of Pharmacy accepts as continuing professional education those courses• Accurate identification and treatment of patients that meet the standard of relevance with pulmonary embolism, poisoning, TIA and to pharmacy practice and have been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Stroke, smoke inhalation, hypertension, and soft CreditTM. tissue infections; Family Physicians: Application for CME credit has been filed with the• Identification and management of patients with American Academy of Family Physicians. Determination of pneumonia, performance of vascular access, credit is pending. procedural sedation, psychiatric emergencies, Nurses: For the purpose of recertification, the American airway management, head and occular trauma, Nurses Credentialing Center accepts AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM and bleeding. issued by organizations accredited by the ACCME. Physician Assistants: AAPA accepts category 1 credit fromSAVE THE DATE AOACCME, Prescribed credit from AAFP, and AMA Category 1 CreditTMHigh Risk EM San Francisco for the PRA for organizations accredited by the ACCME.May 22-24, 2013 Pain Management and End-of-Life Care: Approved creditswww.highriskem.com include up to 10.00 from the General Session and up to 6.00 from the Optional Workshops toward meeting the requirement under California Assembly Bill 487, Pain Management and End-of-Life Care. Emergency Physicians: Application has been made to the American College of Emergency Physicians for ACEP Category I credit. Trauma: Approved credits include up to 10.00 from the General Session and up to 6.00 from the Optional Workshops toward satisfying the American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma requirement for trauma related continuing medical education.
High Risk Emergency MedWEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 20137:00 am Registration and Continental Breakfast7:30 Pulmonary Embolism Update Dr. Jeffrey Tabas8:00 Anti’dos and Don’ts Dr. Craig Smollin8:30 P Low Risk Chest Pain Dr. Jeffrey Tabas9:30 PT Challenges in Pediatric Sedation Dr. Judith Klein10:00 Break10:15 Pediatric Fever Dr. Judith Klein10:45 PT Elbow Injuries Dr. Gregory Hendey11:15 Pediatric Heme/Onc Emergencies Dr. Judith Klein11:45 PT Q&A/Challenging Case Discussion Faculty Panel12:15 pm AdjournTHURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 20137:00 am Continental Breakfast7:30 Wide Complex ECG Cases Dr. Jeffrey Tabas8:30 The Medical Chart Dr. Michael Bresler9:30 T Ultrasound in the Dyspneic Patient Dr. Starr Knight10:00 Break10:15 PT Pediatric Head and Neck Trauma Dr. Judith Klein11:15 PT Transfusion Pitfalls Dr. Gregory Hendey11:45 PT Q&A/Challenging Case Discussion Faculty Panel12:15 pm Adjourn Thursday, February 14, 2013 • 5:30 - 7:00pm Meet the Faculty Welcome ReceptionOPTIONAL WORKSHOPSFRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2013Choose your own agenda:7:30 am Registration and Continental Breakfast8:00 CONCURRENT WORKSHOPS (select one) PT A: Slit Lamps Dr. David Duong ($25 additional fee, limited to 10 registrants) Workshop Director PT B: Ultrasound-guided Vascular Access Dr. Elizabeth Kwan ($50 additional fee, limited to 40 registrants) Workshop Director9:45 Break10:00 CONCURRENT WORKSHOPS (select one) PT C: Slit Lamps Dr. David Duong ($25 additional fee, limited to 10 registrants) Workshop Director PT D: Ultrasound-guided Nerve Blocks Dr. Elizabeth Kwan ($50 fee, limited to 40 registrants) Workshop Director11:45 pm Lunch on your own1:00 PT Pediatric Procedures ($100 fee, limited to 50 registrants) Dr. Daniel Murai Dr. Evelyn Porter Workshop Directors3:30 pm AdjournP Satisfies California requirement for CME in Pain / End of Life CareT Satisfies American College of Surgeon requirements for CME in trauma
dicine Hawaii JW Marriott Ihilani Resort • Oahu, Hawaii SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2013 7:00 am Continental Breakfast 7:30 PT ENT Tricks of the Trade Dr. Rachel Chin 8:00 PT Avoiding Errors in Procedural Sedation Dr. Gregory Hendey 9:00 PT Occular Trauma Dr. David Duong 9:30 Pneumonia Pitfalls Dr. Rachel Chin 10:00 Break 10:15 Psychiatric Clearance Cases Dr. Michael Bresler 11:15 Poisoning Pitfalls Dr. Craig Smollin 11:45 PT Challenging Case Discussion Faculty Panel 12:15 pm Adjourn SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2013 7:00 am Continental Breakfast 7:30 T Reversing Medications that Cause Bleeding Dr. Diane Birnbaumer 8:00 Hypertension in the ED Dr. Michael Bresler 8:30 PT Improving Intubation Success Dr. Diane Birnbaumer 9:30 PT Rapid Fire Critical Care Cases Dr. Robert Rodriguez 10:00 Break 10:15 TIA Pitfalls Dr. Diane Birnbaumer 10:45 PT Smoke Inhalation Dr. Craig Smollin 11:15 PT Blood on Head CT Dr. Diane Birnbaumer 11:45 PT Critical Care Case Discussion Faculty Panel 12:15 pm Adjourn P Satisfies California requirement for CME in Pain / End of Life Care T Satisfies American College of Surgeon requirements for CME in trauma COURSE CHAIR Jeffrey A. Tabas, MD Professor of Emergency Medicine; Director of Outcomes and Innovations, Office of Continuing Medical Education C O U R S E FAC U LT Y (All Faculty are from UCSF and San Francisco General Hospital unless otherwise noted.) Diane M. Birnbaumer, MD Elizabeth Kwan, MD Professor of Medicine, Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine Harbor-University of California, Los Angeles Emergency Medicine, Daniel T. Murai, MD Los Angeles, CA Associate Professor; Director, Pediatric Residency Program, Michael Bresler, MD University of Hawaii School of Clinical Professor of Surgery, Medicine, Honolulu, HI Division of Emergency Medicine, Stanford University, School of Robert Rodriquez, MD Medicine; Director, Mills-Peninsula Hospital Professor of Emergency Medicine Emergency Department, Palo Alto, CA Evelyn Porter, MD, MS Rachel Chin, MD Assistant Professor of Emergency Professor of Emergency Medicine Medicine and of Pediatrics David Duong, MD Craig Smollin, MD Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, San Francisco Poison Gregory Hendey, MD Control Center, Toxicology Professor of Emergency Medicine; Fellowship Co-Director Vice-Chief and Research Director, UCSF Fresno Judith Klein, MD Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine Starr Knight, MD Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
HIGH RISK EMERGENCY MEDICINE For more information or to register online visit our website at www.cme.ucsf.edu. May 22-24, 2013 • San Francisco, CA You may also reach us by calling the Office of CME at (415) 476-4251 or emailing email@example.com. E Printed on Recycled PaperUPCOMING COURSE www.highriskEM.com SAN FRANCISCO University of California, San Francisco, CA UCSF Box 0742 San Francisco Office of CME 94143-0742 0569CONFERENCE LOCATION RESERVATIONS (CONT’D)Secluded on the western shore of O’ahu, the The cut off date is January 13, 2013, or until the groupJW Marriott Ihilani at Ko Olina is the most complete room block is filled, whichever comes first. After thisresort experience on the island. Set on one of four date, rooms will be provided on a space-available basisprivate beach coves, this retreat exudes a tranquil only. The special UCSF group rates will be madeHawaiian atmosphere that only hints at all that awaits available to attendees for three days prior and threeyou. For more details, visit, www.ihilani.com. days after the course and thereafter on a space andADDITIONAL ACCOMMODATIONS rate available basis only.UCSF has also reserved a block of guest rooms at AULANI, A DISNEY RESORT AND SPAAulani, a Disney Resort and Spa. This family Run of House: $305/nightparadise, located a short beach stroll away from theconference location, is the perfect place for adults, teens (Rate includes all-day children’s activities, wirelessand kids to enjoy amazing adventures together and on internet, and resort entertainment. Tax and additionaltheir own. Discover the amazing pools, activities, dining, occupancy costs may apply.)and entertainment of this unique new destination. To make hotel reservations on-line, go to our websiteKIDS PROGRAMS www.highriskhawaii.com and click the hotelWelcoming Guests ages 3 to 12, Disney Auntys reservation link under the “Travel & Lodging” section.Beach House is a kids club where younger Aulani If you prefer to telephone in your reservation, callguests explore Hawaiian culture, art and music through (407) 939-4686, please identify yourself as a membercomplimentary activities and Premium Experiences. of this UCSF conference to receive the special rate.While the kids play and enjoy imaginative amenities, The cut off date is January 19, 2013, or until the groupparents can participate in conference group activities room block is filled, whichever comes first. After thisnearby or enjoy uplifting downtime—and rest assured date, rooms will be provided on a space available basisknowing that their children are supervised by childcare only. The special UCSF group rates will be madeprofessionals, the Disney Youth Counselors, anytime available to attendees for three days before and threebetween 10am and 9pm daily. days after the course and thereafter on a space availableJW Marriott Ihilani Resort & Spa’s youngest guests and rate available basis only.will have their own special moments to cherish for a By staying at these host hotels, you help UCSF meetlifetime with the resort’s Keiki Beachcomber Club. Built its contractual obligations and keep registration feesexclusively for children between 5 and 12 years of age, reasonable. Please take this into consideration whenthe innovative program features activities designed with making your accommodation decisions.one thing in mind — fun. Kids will enjoy hands-on indoor RESERVATIONSand outdoor activities such as snorkeling, creating a Special UCSF conference room rates (single or doublevolcano, kite flying, crab hunting and fishing, lei making occupancy) have been reserved at both the JW Marriottand hula dancing. The program is offered in full or Ihilani at Ko Olina as well as Aulani.half-day formats. GREEN MEETINGJW MARRIOTT IHILANI AT KO OLINA This is a “green” meeting. The syllabus will be Ocean View Rooms: $279 per night transmitted electronically prior to the course. In addition, Deluxe Ocean View Rooms: $319 per night complimentary wireless internet will be available to allTo make hotel reservations on-line, go to our website attendees in the ballroom during the course.www.highriskhawaii.com and click the hotel ADDITIONAL TRAVEL INFORMATIONreservation link under the “Travel & Lodging” section. For rental car and air transportation options pleaseIf you prefer to telephone in your reservation, call visit our website: www.highriskhawaii.com(800) 626-4446 or (808) 679-0079, please identifyyourself as a member of this UCSF conference toreceive the special rate.
www.cme.ucsf.edu H AWA I I MEM13003 HIGH RISK EMERGENCY MEDICINE HAWAII February 13-17, 2013 JW Marriott Ihilani Resort • Oahu, Hawaii www.highriskhawaii.com Mail to : UCSF Office of CME Register Online: www.highriskhawaii.com P.O. Box 45368 Registration Information: (415) 476-5808 San Francisco, CA 94145-0368 Course Information: (415) 476-4251 Fax: (415) 502-1795 æ Dr. æ Mr. æ Mrs. æ Ms. _________________________________________________________________ Last Name First M.I. _________________________________________________________________ Degree Specialty _________________________________________________________________ Address _________________________________________________________________ City State Zip _________________________________________________________________ Daytime Phone Fax _________________________________________________________________ Email Address Label Code Letter (see address label: example, A, B, C, D, etc.) ___________________ Would you like to be on our priority email list? £ Yes £ No Date of birth to be used as OCME registrant number: ___ ___ /___ ___ / X X Month Day Please indicate if you have any special needs: ____________________________________ REGISTRATION FEES (Receipt/Confirmation will be mailed within two to four weeks): Fees include downloadable electronic syllabus and daily continental breakfast. highriskhawaii.com HIGH RISK EMERGENCY MEDICINE HAWAII • OAHU, HAWAII BEFORE December 21, 2012: £ $665 Physicians £ $465 Allied Health Professionals/Interns/Fellows/Med Students AFTER December 21, 2012: £ $695 Physicians £ $495 Allied Health Professionals/Interns/Fellows/Med Students OPTIONAL REGISTRATIONS (all workshops held on Friday, February 15, 2013): £ $25 A: Slit Lamps - 8:00am £ $25 C: Slit Lamps - 10:00am £ $50 B: Ultrasound-Guided Vascular Access - 8:00am £ $50 D: Ultrasound-Guided Nerve Blocks - 10:00am £ $100 E: Pediatric Procedures - 1:00pmCourse Registration Form £ $50 Printed Syllabus (optional) Make checks payable to UC Regents Please charge my credit card: £ Visa £ MasterCard £ AmEx $ ________________ __________________________________________________|________/_______ Card # Expiration date ___________________________________|_______________________________ Name on Card (Please Print) Authorized Signature Refund Policy: Cancellations received in writing before the first day of the course will be refunded, less a $75 administrative fee. No refunds will be made on cancellations received after that date. Please check our website for up to date information on the course at www.cme.ucsf.edu