register early andsave $80insert APreconference — july 21pharmacology UPDATE presented by:Alan P. Agins, PhD andJody F. Agins, MSN, FNP/GNP-BCpage 4hot topicsinprimarycareregister online at www.contemporaryforums.com or by calling 800-377-7707A National Conference for NPs, MDs, Pas, CNMs, & RNsJackson Hole, WYhome of the Grand Tetons and Gateway to YellowstoneJuly 21-24, 2013page 7Earn up to20.25 CE hourspage 2Presented in partnership with:
2hottopics|july21–24,2013|#htpc13CONTEMPORARYFORUMS.COMYou’re Invited!In the current environment of health promotionand disease prevention, primary care is in thespotlight. The rational use of diagnostic testsand new medications, reduction of cardiovascularrisk factors, issues in women’s health care,behavioral approaches for a healthier outcome,and management of chronic disease, all combineas mandates as we move forward in the 21stcentury.We all know the aging population will put incredibledemands on the current health care system. Whatcan we do to prepare for this challenge? And howwill the Affordable Care Act impact our practicesgoing forward?Designed for NPs, MDs, PAs, CNMs, and RNs fromprimary care settings, this 4th annual conferenceis sponsored by Contemporary Forums, a leaderin quality continuing education, in partnershipwith JNP: The Journal for Nurse Practitioners.Hot Topics in Primary Care brings together anoutstanding panel of clinically active facultymembers who will discuss the challenges youface daily in your office or clinic setting.Bring your questions and puzzling cases…this dynamic faculty will give you answersand guidance. Plan now to join yourcolleagues at Hot Topics in Primary Care!Conference ObjectivesThis program will enable the experienced clinician to better:AccreditationA Certificate of Attendance will be available onlineafter you complete the course requirements, enablingyou to register your credit with the appropriatelicensing boards or associations. To apply for creditnot listed below, use the procedure established bythe specific organization.Nurses and Nurse PractitionersPreconference:6.75 ANCC/8.1 CA BRN contact hoursMain Conference:13.5 ANCC/16.2 CA BRN contact hoursContemporary Forums is accredited as a providerof continuing nursing education by the AmericanNurses Credentialing Center’s Commission onAccreditation.Contemporary Forums is approved by theCalifornia Board of Registered Nursing,Provider #04516.(ca brn contact hour = 50 minutes)NCC Certified Nursesand Nurse PractitionersContemporary Forums is a continuing educationorganization recognized by the National CertificationCorporation. This conference covers a variety ofthe Core Competency Areas and Content Topicsrequired for the NCC’s Certification Maintenancein your specialty.PhysiciansPreconference: 6.75 creditsMain Conference: 13.5 creditsContemporary Forums is accredited by theAccreditation Council for Continuing MedicalEducation to provide continuing medicaleducation for physicians.Contemporary Forums designates this Live Activityfor a maximum of 20.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™Physicians should claim only the credit commensuratewith the extent of their participation in the activity.Application for CME credit has been filed withthe American Academy of Family Physicians.Determination of credit is pending.CONTENTSAccreditation............................ 2Conference Schedules..........4Conference Faculty................6Online CE Library....................6Host City Information............ 7tear-out insert contentsConference Information....... AHotel Accommodations........BRegistration Information......CRegistration Form...................DWho shouldattend?• Family, Adult, Geriatric,and Women’s HealthNurse Practitioners• Family Physicians• Internists• Physician Assistants• Nurse-Midwives• Office and Clinic Staff Nurses… and anyone else interestedin providing state-of-the-art,comprehensive primary care.• Explore diagnostic and management options fora variety of common conditions seen in the officeor clinic setting, including metabolic syndrome,dermatologic conditions, sports injuries, abnormalvaginal bleeding, cognitive changes, and obesity.• Discuss the highlights of the Affordable Care Actand their implications for providing health careand reproductive services for women.• Fine-tune your management of hyperlipidemia,incorporating the new National CholesterolEducation Program (NCEP IV) guidelines.• Discuss the pharmacology of select dietarysupplements used in primary care.• Synthesize and apply new knowledge throughcase-based discussion of select clinical challenges.• Develop an interprofessional approach toprimary care to maximize patient outcome.
“In my 21 yearsof practice as aGNP and FNP,this is one of themost pertinentconferences toeveryday clinicalpractice thatI have everattended.”Ann Green, PhD, APRN,FNP-BC, GNP-BCDubois, WY3CONTEMPORARYFORUMS.COM3uu NEW THIS YEAR! A “Pharmacology Update”provided as an optional Preconference on July 21where you’ll learn newer trends and options forpharmacotherapy, as well as common clinical issuesrelated to prescribing. The dynamic “Agins team,”instructors for Contemporary Forums’ PharmacologyCourse, will be there to share their pearls.uu A number of “Hot Topics” you deal with in yourevery day practice, addressed in a variety ofteaching styles including didactic sessions, facultypanels, concurrent sessions, and interactive casestudy discussions.uu A comprehensive approach to primary care,including topics on dermatology, sports medicine,women’s health, pharmacology, cardiovascularhealth and geriatrics.uu Core Competency Areas and Content Topics forNCC Certification Maintenance in your specialtyare included in this conference.uu A complimentary subscription to JNP: The Journalfor Nurse Practitioners. Visit www.npjournal.orguu The glorious setting of Jackson Hole andthe Grand Tetons, where you can combineoutstanding education with time to explore thisincomparable setting.What makes the2013 Conference a“must attend” event?Mark your calendar,invite a colleague to join you,and plan on a unique learningexperience. See you there!july21easy ways toREGISTEROnline (Credit Card only)ContemporaryForums.comPhone (Credit Card only)(800) 377-7707Monday – Friday8am - 5pm (Pacific Time)Fax (Credit Card or Purchase Order)(800) 329-9923MailAttn: Registrar6377 Clark Ave., Suite 200Dublin, CA 94568Nurse-MidwivesPreconference: 6.75 hoursMain Conference: 13.5 hoursThe Continuing Education Committee of the American Collegeof Nurse-Midwives grants reciprocity status to the AccreditationCouncil for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) for Category1 offerings, providing the program is relevant to nurse-midwifery.Nurse-Midwives may report up to the listed hours of credit.Physician AssistantsPreconference: 6.75 hoursMain Conference: 13.5 hoursThe American Academy of Physician Assistants accepts Category1 CME approval from organizations accredited by the ACCME togrant Category 1 hours toward the Physician’s Recognition Award.PAs may report up to the listed hours of credit.Pharmacology Credit for Prescriptive AuthorityPreconference: 6.75 hoursMain Conference: 6.5 hours availableRx indicates pharmacology content. Because states’ requirementsvary, contact your Board of Nursing for more information.CONTEMPORARYFORUMS.COM
4CONTEMPORARYFORUMS.COMhottopics|july21–24,2013|#htpc13Sunday, July 217:00 a.m. Preconference RegistrationContinental Breakfast forConference Participants8:00 New Drugs in the Arsenal: The Top 10 Drug Approvals 2011-2013 (Rx = .75 hr.)8:45 What’s New with Anticoagulants? (Rx = .75 hr.)9:30 Refreshment Break9:45Challenges in Psychopharmacology:Approaches for Treatment Resistant Depression (Rx = 1 hr.)10:45Medication Management in the Elderly:Reducing Redundancy and Complications (Rx = .75 hr.)11:30 Questions and Discussion (Rx = .5 hr.)12:00 p.m. Lunch Break (Box lunch will be provided)12:45Rational Polypharmacy in theManagement of Chronic Pain (Rx = 1.25 hr.)2:00 Refreshment Break2:15Infectious Disease Potpourri: New Antibiotics, EmergingAntibiotic Resistance, Adult Vaccines and More (Rx = 1 hr.)3:15 Interesting Cases/Questions and Discussion (Rx = .75 hr.)4:00 AdjournSunday, July 213:30 - 5:30 p.m. Main Conference Registration • Welcome ReceptionMAIN CONFERENCEmonday, July 22 - Wednesday, July 24Monday, July 227:00 a.m. Main Conference RegistrationContinental Breakfast forConference Participants8:00Hot Topics in Dietary Supplements:Vitamin D, Fish Oils, Probiotics and Others Alan P. Agins, PhD (Rx = .75 hr.)8:45 Pearls and Pitfalls in Dermatology Mona Mofid, MD, FAAD (Rx = .25 hr.)9:30 Refreshment Break10:00The Impact of Metabolic Syndromeon Cardiovascular HealthJoyce L. Ross,MSN, ANP, CS, FNLA (Rx = .25 hr.)11:00The Affordable Care Act and Women’sHealth Services: What Primary CareProviders Need to KnowMichael S. Policar,MD, MPH11:45 Managing Behaviors in Dementia PatientsJody F. Agins, MSN,RNP, FNP/GNP-BC, WCC (Rx = .5 hr.)12:30 p.m. Questions and Discussion Faculty Panel (Rx = .25 hr.)1:00 AdjournPRECONFERENCEPharmacology Update for Primary Care CliniciansSunday, July 21Alan P. Agins, PhDJody F. Agins, MSN, RNP, FNP/GNP-BC, WCCKeeping up with new medications and prescribing regimens isa challenge for primary care clinicians. The benefits of medicationshave to be balanced with the potential for side effects or drug-related complications. It is essential that we understand theinterrelationships of disease and effective therapy as we providethe best care for our patients. This Preconference will updateyou on newer trends and options for pharmacotherapy and willaddress common clinical issues and concerns related to prescribingmedications.Many of you know Alan P. Agins, PhD and Jody F. Agins,MSN, RNP, FNP/GNP-BC, WCC as the principal instructors for theContemporary Forums’ Pharmacology Course. Join them inJackson Hole for what is certain to be a dynamic and collaborativediscussion on what’s new in pharmacology for primary care.Objectives• Identify pharmacologic considerationsfor a variety of medications used inprimary care.• Discussmedicationmanagementfortheelderly,avoiding duplication among careproviders and minimizing complications.• Develop a strategy for treating chronicpain through drug combinations.• Demonstrate interprofessional care throughcollaboration in case discussion.
Registrations must include fulltuition payment to be accepted.Registrations faxed withoutpayment will not be processed.Conference communications aresent via email. When registeringplease provide attendee’s bestemail address as some emailsare filtered and blocked. Sinceconference registration andhotel rooms are limited, earlyregistration is advised.Preconference Main Conferenceregistration feesNurses, PAs,** Residents,Others PhysiciansEarlyRegistration* $175 $425 $525RegularRegistration $215 $465 $565*Postmarked or phone/fax/online registration andfees received on/before June 10.**Residents: To qualify, submit facility verificationof status with registration.Out of consideration to registrants, children of anyage and spouses may not attend the sessions.conferenceInformationYour tuition includes• Welcome Reception• Continental breakfasts• Refreshment breaks• Certificate of Attendance• Online access to presentation handoutsand recorded sessions.Online(credit card only)Visit us 24 hours a day at: ContemporaryForums.comPhone(credit card only)(800) 377-7707Monday – Friday8am - 5pm, Pacific Timebefore calling, completeall registration information.Fax(credit card or purchase order)(800) 329-9923MailAttn: Registrar6377 Clark Ave., Suite 200Dublin, CA 945684 Easy Waysto Register:Tear-out Insert for your Convenience!hottopicsinprimarycareA
Contemporary Forums has a specialdiscount agreement with United Airlinesunavailable to the general public.To obtain these special conferencefares visit www.united.com, enterOffer Code ZPCB367092.Hertz is the official car rental agencyfor the conference.Special rates will be in effect throughoutthe conference as well as one weekbefore and after.For special rates, call HERTZ at(800) 654-2240 and refer toContemporary Forums plus theconference discount code CV#03000260.TRAVEL DISCOUNTSA limited block of rooms is being held for you andyour guests at special group rates which will be ineffect, based on room availability, from July 19 toJuly 25. The discounted room rate may be availablebefore and after the conference for those wishingto extend their stay. Please inquire when makingyour hotel reservation.For additional hotel information,call the Snow King Resort at (307) 733-5200.PLEASE NOTE: The Snow King Resort is undergoinga $16 million renovation, which is scheduled to becompleted by June. See page 7 for details.WARNING! The hotel room release date is June 18, 2013. Inthe past, rooms and condos have sold out as early as fourweeks before the hotel room block release date, so make yourreservations NOW. The rates listed below are available forreservations made before June 18 or until the room blockis full, whichever comes first. To have access to the reducedrates, you must make your reservations before June 18.Call the hotel for availability and rates after this date.RATES:$175 single/double(*Rates are per room and subject to prevailing state and local taxes.)FOR ROOM RESERVATIONS:Call (800) 522-KING (5464) and inform them that you areattending the Contemporary Forums’ conference, Hot TopicsIn Primary Care. Request a confirmation number and writtenconfirmation of your reservation. Reservations must includea first night’s deposit.A limited number of condominiums,adjacent to the hotel, are available. Allunits except studios have kitchens andcan sleep up to 10 people as listedbelow. PLEASE NOTE: Release datefor condos is June 18, 2013.Standard CondosRates per day:$215 – Studio (2 people)$225 – One bedroom (4 people)$325 – Two bedrooms (6-8 people)$355 – Three bedrooms (8 people)$455 – Four bedrooms (8-10 people)Luxury Love Ridge CondosRates per day:$235 – Studio Suite$245 – One Bedroom$450 – Two Bedrooms$475 – Three Bedrooms(Rates are per condo and subject toprevailing state and local taxes.)Contact the hotel regardingcancellation policy. For arrivalsafter 3 p.m., call the hotel onthe day of travel to reconfirmreservations.The conference will be held at the newly-renovated Snow King Resort,400 East Snow King Avenue, Jackson Hole, WY 83001.HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONSCONTEMPORARYFORUMS.COMBhottopics|july21-24,2013|#htpc13
Questions?Method of Tuition PaymentMake payment by check (payable to Contemporary Forums and enclose withRegistration Form), Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express or PurchaseOrder. A $30 fee is charged for any returned check. Personal checks are NOTaccepted at the conference. Purchase Orders must be received with registrationby the conference date and include the P.O. number, invoice address, tuition,approval signature, contact name, email address and phone number.Contact Contemporary Forums at (800) 377-7707, Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. (Pacific Time) or email: firstname.lastname@example.orgIf you require special arrangements at this conference, call (800) 377-7707, at least 30 days prior to the conference.$45 perpersondiscount for 5 or more in a groupcancelon/beforeJUNE 10to receive a full refundjune10$25 per person discount for 3 or 4 in a groupGroup Discounts(Mail, fax or call in together. Online registration is not available.)Tuition discounts are given to groups of 3 or moreregistering for the complete Main Conference.Discounts do not apply to the Preconference.To qualify for the group discount, all registrationinformation must be complete for all group members, payment included and forms sent together. If faxing,list all group members on cover sheet. Subtract thediscount from the tuition fee. Groups may not beformed after individual registrations are received.Partial Attendance(Online registration is not available.)To register, call Contemporary Forums for tuitionand CE credit for individual days. Group discountsdo not apply. Registrations may not be shared.CancellationsCancellations may be made by phone or in writing.Cancellations received on/before June 10 receive afull tuition refund. Cancellations received after June 10are assessed a $20 processing fee. No refunds forcancellations received after the conference beginsor for “no shows.” If this meeting is cancelled forany reason, including labor strikes or acts of God,liability is limited to a full refund of registration fees.Program ChangesContemporary Forums reserves the right to make necessary changes in speakers, topics orschedule. The most current program can be found on our website.C
Hot Topics In Primary CareRegistration FormSend this form with full payment (U.S. Funds) to:REGISTRATION INFORMATION (Please Print Clearly)*Name,License/Degrees,Placeof Employment,City,Stateappearonyourbadge.*First Name*Last Name*License/Degrees*Place of Employment*City *StateAttendee’s email (Required)For confirmation, receipt, handouts prior to conference,and access to your Certificate of Attendance. Provide yourbest email address as some emails are filtered and blocked.Home AddressCity State ZipDaytime Phone(s)PROFESSIONAL PROFILEChoose ONE category in each section that best applies to you. If you have multiple roles, select the one that occupies the majority of your time. Use “Other” only if none of the choices apply to you.1. SPECIALTY❏❏ Adult Health❏❏ Dermatology❏❏ Emergency Care❏❏ Family Practice/PrimaryCare❏❏ Geriatrics❏❏ Internal Medicine❏❏ Nurse-Midwifery❏❏ Women’s Health❏❏ Other:__________2. LICENSE/PROFESSION❏❏ CNM/NM❏❏ FNP/ANP❏❏ MD/DO❏❏ NP-Women’s Health/OB/GYN❏❏ PA/PA-C❏❏ RN/RNC❏❏ Other:__________3. CLINICAL SETTING❏❏ College Health Service❏❏ HMO❏❏ Hospital-Based Clinic❏❏ Hospital Inpatient❏❏ Military Clinic/Hospital❏❏ Multi-Specialty Group❏❏ Physician Office❏❏ Planned Parenthood❏❏ Primary Care Clinic/Office❏❏ Private Practice❏❏ Public Health/Community Clinic❏❏ Retail Clinic❏❏ Rural Health Center❏❏ University/Academia❏❏ Other:________We collect this data in order to provide you with information about Contemporary Forums and conferences. If you prefer not toreceive further information, please see our privacy statement atContemporaryForums.com.REGISTER TO ATTEND:q PreconferencePharmacology Update for Primary Care Clinicians (July 21)q Main Conference (July 22-24)concurrent sessions selection(Tuesday, July 23)See page 5Please indicate the numbers of your session choices below.#1 (8:00 a.m.) #2 (9:15 a.m.) #3 (10:45 a.m.) #4 (12:00 p.m.) PAYMENT SUMMARY #86Early Fee Postmark Deadline: june 10ConferenceContent viaLibrary Only$-OR-Main Conference $Group Discount* -$Preconference +$TOTAL PAYMENTENCLOSED$*See Insert C. Registration forms must be sent in together.❏ Check/Money Order Payable to Contemporary ForumsCredit Card #Exp. DatePrint Cardholder’s NameBilling AddressCityState ZipPayer EmailPayer Phone #Contemporary ForumsAttn: Registrar6377 Clark Ave., Suite 200Dublin, CA 94568ORregister online 24/7 at:ContemporaryForums.comPhone: (800) 377-7707Fax: (800) 329-9923OFFICE USE ONLY: C_____ D____Code from back cover (above address): DCONTEMPORARYFORUMS.COMhottopics|july21-24,2013|#htpc13
5hottopics|july21–24,2013|#htpc13CONTEMPORARYFORUMS.COMMAIN CONFERENCE (continued)Tuesday, July 237:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast for Conference Participants8:00 CONCURRENT SESSIONS #1#11 Basic Wound Care: Assessment,Documentation TreatmentJody F. Agins, MSN, RNP,FNP/GNP-BC, WCC (Rx = .25 hr.)#12 Contraceptive Management for Women withChronic Medical Conditions: Case DilemmasMichael S. Policar,MD, MPH (Rx = 1 hr.)9:00 Session Change9:15 CONCURRENT SESSIONS #2#21 Serotonin Syndrome: Causes,Differential Diagnosis, and Treatment Alan P. Agins, PhD (Rx = .75 hr.)#22 Managing Obesity with Your Patients:It’s All About LifestyleJoyce L. Ross,MSN, ANP, CS, FNLA (Rx = .25 hr.)10:15 Refreshment Break10:45 CONCURRENT SESSIONS #3#31 Common Cases in Sports MedicineAndrew JohnMaxwell Gregory,MD, FAAP, FACSM (Rx = .25 hr.)#32 Menopause Symptom Management:What Really Works?Michael S. Policar,MD, MPH (Rx = .5 hr.)11:45 Session Change12:00 p.m. CONCURRENT SESSIONS #4#41 Managing Hypercholesterolemia:Challenging CasesJoyce L. Ross,MSN, ANP, CS, FNLA (Rx = .5 hr.)#42 And the Winner Is...Recognizing Contact AllergensMona Mofid,MD, FAAD (Rx = .5 hr.)1:00 AdjournWednesday, July 247:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast for Conference Participants8:00 Managing “Weekend Warrior” InjuriesAndrew JohnMaxwell Gregory,MD, FAAP, FACSM (Rx = .25 hr.)8:45The NCEP Guidelines from Research toClinical Practice: Fine-Tune Your ManagementJoyce L. Ross,MSN, ANP, CS, FNLA (Rx = .25 hr.)9:30Acute Knee Injuries:Essential History ExamAndrew JohnMaxwell Gregory,MD, FAAP, FACSM (Rx = .25 hr.)10:15 Questions and Discussion Faculty Panel10:30 Refreshment Break10:45You Make the Diagnosis:Dermatology in Primary CareMona Mofid,MD, FAAD (Rx = .25 hr.)11:30Too Much, Too Little, Too Late:Managing Abnormal Vaginal BleedingMichael S. Policar,MD, MPH (Rx = .25 hr.)12:15 p.m.An Approach to Understanding Skin Cancerand Dysplastic NeviMona Mofid,MD, FAAD (Rx = .25 hr.)1:00 Questions and Discussion Faculty Panel (Rx = .25 hr.)1:15 AdjournRX=Pharmacology credit for Prescriptive Authoritychoose one topic in each time period and noteyour selection on the registration form.
6CONTEMPORARYFORUMS.COMhottopics|july21–24,2013|#htpc13hjConferenceFacultyAlan P. Agins, PhDPresident, PRN AssociatesContinuing Healthcare EducationTucson, ArizonaJody F. Agins,MSN, RNP, FNP/GNP-BC, WCCChief Medical Officer, Soreo PathwaysPresident, Seminars for Healthcare Education, Inc.Nurse Practitioner, Private PracticeTucson, ArizonaAndrew John Maxwell Gregory,MD, FAAP, FACSMAssociate Professor, Orthopedics PediatricsProgram Director, Pediatric Sports Medicine FellowshipVanderbilt University School of MedicineTeam Physician, Vanderbilt and Belmont UniversitiesNashville, TennesseeMona Mofid, MD, FAADMedical Director, American Melanoma FoundationDermatologist, San Diego Skin, Inc.La Jolla, CaliforniaMichael S. Policar, MD, MPHClinical Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive SciencesUniversity of California, San FranciscoSan Francisco, CaliforniaMedical Director, UCSF Family PACT EvaluationCalifornia Office of Family PlanningSacramento, CaliforniaJoyce L. Ross, MSN, ANP, CS, FNLACertified Clinical Lipid SpecialistConsultative Education SpecialistCardiovascular Risk InterventionPast President, Preventive Cardiovascular Nurses AssociationGuest Lecturer and Clinical PreceptorUniversity of Pennsylvania School of NursingPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaExhibitsFor exhibit space availabilityor additional information:Phone: (925) 361-4807Email: email@example.comVisit: contemporaryforums.com/exhibitors/Email UpdatesIf you are not currently receiving conferenceand/or online CE library informationand updates via email, please go toContemporaryForums.com and joinour mailing list or update your email address.You will then be notified of all conferencesas soon as they are announced as well ashave access to all special promotions.All email addresses are for Contemporary Forums use only.JNPComplimentarySubscriptionJNP: The Journal for Nurse Practitionersis pleased to offer you a complimentarysubscription to the journal. Stay abreastof current clinical management issuesby reviewing the Hot Topics in PrimaryCare column each month in the JNP. Visitwww.npjournal.org to register for yourcomplimentary subscription.Interested in Being Published?Submit Your Work!JNP: The Journal for Nurse Practitioners islooking for articles on the following topics:• Women’s Health• Diabetes Management• Dermatology• Cardiovascular Disease• Obesity• Care of the Older Adult• Psychiatric/Mental Health• Family Practice• Aesthetics and Cosmetics• Activity and HealthFor more information on submitting your workto JNP: The Journal for Nurse Practitioners,visit ees.elsevier.com/jnp or www.npjournal.org.Can’t attendthis liveconference?USE OUR OnlineCE LibraryRegister for online accessto the recorded conferencebefore 7/21/13 for special pre-order discount.Cost is $225 and includes:• Access to all recorded Preconferenceand Main Conference sessions• Online post-tests to earn over 30 hoursof ANCC/ACCME credit• Unlimited access to your multimediapresentations for one yearONLINE CE LibraryGROUP DISCOUNTSHospitals, clinics and healthcare facilitiescan provide and manage quality accreditedcontinuing education to meet staff needs.To request group account details and pricingvisit onlineCElibrary.com or call (925) 361-4811.
7CONTEMPORARYFORUMS.COMhottopics|july21–24,2013|#htpc13AreaActivitiesListed below are the manyactivities and recreationalopportunities available inthe Jackson Hole area. TheActivities Coordinator atthe Snow King Resort willsend activity descriptions,details, pricing and advanceactivity reservation formsto all registrants beforethe conference.host city:jackson holeWebsites to Visit:jacksonholechamber.comjacksonholetraveler.comyellowstonenationalpark.comgrand.teton.national-park.comgtmf.orgsnowking.com• Whitewater River Rafting• Wild West Jeep Tour• Scenic Float Trip on Snake River• Boat/Kayak Rentals• Yellowstone Park Tour(Lower Loop)• Wildlife Expeditions• Covered WagonCookout and Show• Guided Hiking and Biking Tours• Grand Teton National Park Tour• Hot Air Balloon Rides• Jackson Hole Rodeo• Grand Teton Music Festival• Horseback Riding• Hang Gliding Rides• Guided Fishing TripsSet in the shadow of the toweringGrand Teton Mountains, Jackson Hole isa unique blend of Old West charm andcosmopolitan atmosphere. Within itsconfines lie Grand Teton National Park, theNational Elk Refuge and the friendly townof Jackson -- the gateway to YellowstoneNational Park.Our conference site, the Snow KingResort, is undergoing a $16 millionrenovation to be completed in Junewhich includes:• Beautifully remodeled guest rooms and bathrooms.• Renovated restaurant and bar area with vistas ofthe mountain landscape.• Completely renovated and remodeled meeting space.• Updated pool, spa and work-out facilities.• 3 new shuttles for complimentary airport transportation.• Additional service staff and improved servicestandards for all employees.• Significantly enhanced WiFi capability.Past guests at the Snow King will be amazed at thetransformation and new guests will experience afirst class resort in a world class destination. Activitiesabound at the Snow King including horsebackriding, the Alpine Slide down Snow King Mountain,miniaturegolf, and a chairlift to the mountaintop.The Grand Tetons may be the world’s greatest rangeof mountains to behold – enjoy a hike on one ofthe clearly marked trails and capture the dazzlingarray of wild flowers and prolific wildlife.The conference schedule has been arranged toallow time to enjoy the activities of the area,including whitewater rafting, golf, horsebackriding, mountain biking, jeep tours, and flyfishing. You may also want to extend your stayto tour Yellowstone – our country’s first nationalpark and largest outside of Alaska. Go toContemporaryForums.com to read moreabout Jackson Hole.