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    • Division of Occupationaland Environmental Medicine Occupational and Environmental Holiday Inn Fisherman’s Wharf HotelDepartment of MedicineUniversity of California, San Francisco Factors in Neurological Disease San Francisco, CA University of California San Francisco Occupational and Environmental Medicine Update October 31 - November 3, 2012Occupational and Environmental ACCREDITATION This course, presented by the Division ofFactors in Neurological Disease Occupational and Environmental Medicine in The University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine (UCSF) is accredited Occupational and the Department of Medicine at the University by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education of California, San Francisco, is designed toEnvironmental Medicine Update provide occupational and environmental health to provide continuing medical education for physicians. UCSF designates this liveH O L I DAY I N N F I S H E R M A N S W H A R F • S A N F R A N C I S C O, C A professionals and persons from other health activity for a maximum of 20.0 AMA PRA Category 1 care-related disciplines with a review and Credit(s)TM. Physicians should only claim update of current data in clinical toxicology, credit commensurate with the extent of their participation epidemiology, and the evaluation of occupational in the activity. and environmental diseases and injuries. The American Board of Preventive Medicine: The American Board curriculum will also include a substantial of Preventive Medicine for Maintenance of Certification component focused on issues specifically (MOC) has approved this course for a maximum of pertinent to occupational and environmental 20.0 MOC Part II credits.c. factors in neurological disease. This CME activity meets the requirements under California Assembly Bill 1195, continuing This course is approved for American Board education and cultural and linguistic competency. of Preventative Medicine Maintenance of Pain Management and Certification credit and is a comprehensive End-of-Life Care The approved credits shown update for occupational medicine specialists. above include a maximum of In addition, this course is also designed to meet 3.0 credits toward meeting the requirement under California the needs of primary care providers and others Assembly Bill 487, Pain Management and End-of-Life engaged in occupational health practice and Care. Geriatric Medicine: The research including physicians (family physicians, approved credits shown above include 4.25 credits toward general practitioners, internists, emergency meeting the requirement under California Assembly Bill 1820, medicine specialists), nurse practitioners Geriatric Medicine for internists and other nursing professionals, physician’s and family practice physicians licensed in California to assistants, industrial hygienists, and health complete 20% of their ongoing mandatory continuing medical care researchers and policy makers. education if their practice is comprised of a patient population of which 25% is aged 65 years or older. OBJECTIVES Upon completion of this course, attendees will have: Family Physicians: Application for CME credit has been filed • Improved medical knowledge derived from research with the American Academy of Family Physicians. findings, particularly from toxicological and Determination of credit isThe Neurological Disease COURSE CHAIRS pending.session is sponsored by: Paul D. Blanc, MD, MSPH epidemiological investigations; California Division of Workers Professor of Medicine, Compensation- Medical Unit Endowed Chair and Division Chief, • Increased ability to interpret the scientific database (QME Credit): Application for credit has been filed with the Occupational and Environmental Medicine in the field of occupational and environmental health; California Division of Workers University of California, San Francisco Compensation- Medical Unit for • Increased competence in diagnostic approaches and Qualified Medical Evaluator credit. Determination of credit Robert Kosnik, MD, DIH widened awareness of treatment options for selected is pending. Associate Professor, Medical Director, occupational and environmental conditions. Nurses: For the purpose of Occupational Health Services, Division of recertification, the American Nurses Credentialing Center Occupational and Environmental Medicine accepts AMA PRA category University of California, San Francisco 1 Credit™ issued by organizations accredited by the ACCME. ABPM MOC Approved Physician Assistants: AAPA accepts category 1 credit from AOACCME, Prescribed credit from AAFP, and AMAEndorsed by the Agency for Toxic PRA Category 1 Credit™ from organizations accredited by theSubstances and Disease Registry ACCME.
    • Occupational and Environmental Factors in Occupational and Environmental Holiday Inn Fisherman’s Wharf HotelNeurological Disease Medicine Update San Francisco, CAWEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 2012 4:30 Improving Patient Quality by Reducing Robert Kosnik, MD, DIH3:00 pm Workshop Registration Health Care Provider Fatigue: Wider4:00- Hands-On Workshops (additional fee required-enrollment limited) Implications for Occupational Medicine?5:30 pm 1. Electrophysiological Testing Anne Poncelet, MD 5:15 pm Adjourn 2. Neuropsych Testing Joel Kramer, PsyD 3. Neurological Examination Jonathan S. Rutchik, MD, MPH OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE UPDATE6:30-8:00 pm Conference Opening Reception and Scientific Poster Session SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2012 • DAY TWO 7:30 am Continental BreakfastOCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS IN NEUROLOGICAL DISEASE 8:00 Environmental and Occupational Aspects of Gina Solomon, MD, MPH Personal Care and Cosmetic Products –THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2012 • Endocrine Disrupters to Nanoparticles to7:30 am Registration/Continental Breakfast Heavy Metals8:15 Introductory Keynote: Neurologic Disease Tom Sinks, PhD 9:00 Hydraulic Fracturing and In Situ Extraction: Max Kiefer, MS, CIH and Environmental Exposures – Evidence Newer Methods of Resource Exploitation and and Opportunity from Applied Research Their Potential Health Risks8:40 ▲ Chemical Triggers of Peripheral Neuropathy Peter Spencer, PhD 10:00 Break9:20 ♦ Metal Neurotoxicants Brian Schwartz, MD, MS 10:15 ▲ Farmworker Health: Persistent Problems and Marc Schenker, MD10:00 Break New Risks10:20 ♦ Occupational and Environmentally-related Caroline M. Tanner, MD, PhD 11:05 Biodiesel and Other Newer Fuels and John Balmes, MD Central Nervous System Degenerative Disease Fuel Additives11:00 ♦ Hearing Loss: Exposure Cofactors in Laurence Fechter, PhD 11:55 Radiation and Human Health – James Seward, MD, MPP Noise-induced Loss Recent International and Domestic Issues11:40 Occupational Exposures and the Special Donald A. Fox, PhD 12:45 pm Adjourn/Evaluations Senses: Sight, Smell, and Taste12:20 pm Lunch (on your own) COURSE CHAIRS COURSE FACULTY (CONT’D) COURSE FACULTY (CONT’D)1:40 Red Tide Toxin as a Paradigm for Biological Lora Fleming, MD, MPH, PhD Paul D. Blanc, MD, MSPH Lora Fleming, MD, MPH, PhD Paul Rountree, MD Neurotoxins – Implications for Work-related Professor of Medicine, Endowed Chair Co-Director, NSF- NIEHS University of Assistant US Occupational Health and Environmental Exposures and Division Chief, Division of Miami Oceans and Human Health Manager, ExxonMobil Corporation, Occupational and Environmental Center, Miami, FL Houston, TX2:20 Sympathetic Nervous System as a Howard Kipen, MD Medicine, University of California Donald A. Fox, PhD Jonathan S. Rutchik, MD, MPH* Target Organ San Francisco Professor, University of Houston Neurologist, Environmental and Robert Kosnik, MD, DIH School of Optometry, Houston, TX Occupational Medicine Associates,3:00 ♦ Cerebellar Manifestations of Occupational Roberto Lucchini, MD Associate Professor, and Medical Robyn Gershon, MHS, DrPH Mill Valley, CA and Environmental Toxicant Exposure Director, UCSF Occupational Professor, Department of Markku Sainio, MD, PhD3:40 Break Health Services, Division of Epidemiology and Biostatistics and Adjunct Professor in Neurology, Occupational and Environmental Philip R. Lee Institute for Finnish Institute of Occupational4:10 ▲ Overuse Neuropathy: Evolving Concepts Edward Diao, MD Medicine, University of California Health Policy Studies Health, Helsinki, Finland4:50 Emerging Neurotoxins Jordan Firestone, MD, PhD, MPH San Francisco Robert Harrison, MD, MPH Marc Schenker, MD COURSE FACULTY Professor of Medicine, Division of Professor, Department of Public5:30 Concluding Panel Session: Ellen Widess, JD (University of California, Occupational and Environmental Health Sciences, University of Setting the Future Agenda Markku Sainio, MD, PhD San Francisco unless otherwise noted) Medicine; Occupational Health California Davis, School of Medicine, John Balmes, MD Branch, California Department of Davis, CA Bruce Bernard, MD, MPH Professor of Medicine, San Francisco Public Health; Brian Schwartz, MD, MS6:15 pm Adjourn General Hospital Division Chief, Max Kiefer, MS, CIH Professor of Environmental Health Occupational and Environmental Director, Denver Regional Office, Sciences, Epidemiology, and Medicine; Director, National Institute for Occupational Medicine, Johns HopkinsOCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE UPDATE Northern California COEH Safety and Health, Centers for Bloomberg School of Public Health, Bruce Bernard, MD, MPHFRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2012 • DAY ONE Chief Medical Officer, Health Hazard Disease Control and Prevention, Denver, CO Baltimore, MD James Seward, MD, MPP*7:00 am Registration/Continental Breakfast Evaluations and Technical Assistant Howard Kipen, MD Clinical Professor of Medicine and Branch, National Institute for7:45 Introduction Paul D. Blanc, MD, MSPH Occupational and Environmental Environmental and Occupational Medical Director, Lawrence Livermore Health Sciences Institute, University of National Laboratory, Livermore, CA8:00 ♦ Carcinogens: Is My Cancer Work-related? Michael Fischman, MD, MPH Health, Centers for Disease Control Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Tom Sinks, PhD and Prevention, Cincinatti, OH8:45 Chlorinated Solvents: Robert Harrison, MD, MPH Barbara Burgel, RN, PhD, Robert Wood Johnson Medical Deputy Director, National Center for Worker and Environmental Issues School, New Brunswick NJ Environmental Health and Agency for COHN-S, FAAN Joel Kramer, PsyD Toxic Substances and Disease9:30 Histoplasmosis, Coccidiomycosis, and Bruce Leistikow, MD, MS Professor of Clinical Nursing and Adult Professor of Neuropsychology Registry, Centers for Disease Control Nurse Practitioner; Occupational and Blastomycosis in Occupational Groups Rupali Das, MD, MPH Environmental Health Nursing in Neurology and Prevention, Atlanta, GA10:15 Break Graduate Program Bruce Leistikow, MD, MS Gina Solomon, MD, MPH* Chief Physician, Epidemiology & Deputy Secretary for Science and10:30 ♦ ▲ Emerging Issues in Metal Toxicity: Patrick Whiteley, MD Rupali Das, MD, MPH* Surveillance, Public Health Unit, Health, California Environmental Chief, Exposure Assessment Section, California Correctional Health Care Protection Agency Metal on Metal Joint Prostheses California Department of Public Services, Medical Services Division Peter Spencer, PhD11:15 Lessons Learned: What the Epidemiology of Robyn Gershon, MHS, DrPH Health, Environmental Health Investigations Branch Roberto Lucchini, MD Professor of Neurology; Senior Health Care Worker’s Injury Teaches Us About Edward Diao, MD Professor and Director of Scientist, Center for Research on the Prevention of Occupational Injury Generally Occupational and Environmental Occupational & Environmental Professor Emeritus of Medicine, Department of Preventive Toxicology; Oregon Health & Science12:00 pm Emergency Response from a Public Health Rachel Roisman, MD, MPH Orthopaedic Surgery Medicine, Mount Sinai School of University, School of Medicine, Perspective Laurence Fechter, PhD Medicine, New York, NY Portland, OR Associate Director for Research, Paul J. Papanek, MD, MPH Caroline M. Tanner, MD, PhD12:45 Lunch (on your own) Loma Linda Veterans Association Staff Physician, Occupational Health Director, Clinical Research Parkinsons2:00 Electronic Medical Records and Opportunities Paul J. Papanek, MD, MPH for Research and Education, Service, Kaiser Permanente Institute, Sunnyvale, CA Redlands, CA Patrick Whiteley, MD for Improved Occupational Health Anne Poncelet, MD Jordan Firestone, MD, PhD, MPH Professor of Clinical Neurology; Mr. Division of Toxicology, Department of2:45 The ‘Healthy Work Environment’: Barbara Burgel, RN, PhD, Neurologist and Director of and Mrs. David George Rowe and Emergency Medicine, A New, Integrated Approach to Worker COHN-S, FAAN Occupational Health, Stanford Stephen W. Rowe Endowed Chair for Kaiser Hospital, San Jose, CA University, Stanford, CA Teaching in Neurology Ellen Widess, JD Safety and Health Michael Fischman, MD, MPH* Rachel Roisman, MD, MPH* Chief, California Division of3:30 Break Fischman Occupational & Public Health Medical Officer, Occupational Safety and Health Environmental Medical Group, California Department of Public Health (CAL-OSHA), Sacramento, CA3:45 University Students as an Occupational Paul Rountree, MD Walnut Creek, CA Health Group ♦ – Geriatric Credit ▲ – Pain Credit * Also clinical medicine faculty member, Occupational and Environmental Medicine, UCSF
    • OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS IN MDM13N01 www.cme.ucsf.edu NEUROLOGICAL DISEASE and OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE UPDATE October 31 - November 3, 2012 Holiday Inn Fisherman’s Wharf • San Francisco, California Mail to : UCSF Office of CME Online registration: www.cme.ucsf.edu 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 (see address label: example, A, B, C, D, etc.) ______ University of California, info@ocme.ucsf.edu. For more information www.cme.ucsf.edu. Would you like to be on our priority email list? £ Yes £ No You may also reach or to register online Recycled Paper visit our website at (415) 476-4251 or Office of Continuing San Francisco, CA Medical Education Office of CME at us by calling the Date of birth to be used as OCME registrant number: ___ ___ /___ ___ / X X UCSF Box 0742 Month Day E Printed on San Francisco 94143-0742 Please indicate if you have any special needs:____________________________________ emailing: REGISTRATION FEES (Receipt/Confirmation will be mailed within two to four weeks): 0569 £ $675 Physicians £ $600 Allied Health Professionals/Residents/Fellows Optional Pre-Course Workshops (October 31) limited to (40) each 1.5 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTMGENERAL INFORMATION REFUND POLICY Choose One OnlyPre-registration is preferred to ensure that Cancellations received in writing before the first day of  $50 Electrophysiological Testingregistrants receive a syllabus. the course will be refunded, less a $75 administrative  $50 Neuropsychiatric TestingHOW TO ENROLL fee. No refunds will be made on cancellations received  $50 Neurological ExaminationTuition: $675 Physicians after that date. You must call or fax if you would like to register for only the Neurological or Occupational Medicine Sections. $600 Allied Health Professionals/ CONFERENCE LOCATION Occupational Medicine Section Only OE Factors in Neurological Disease Only Residents/Fellows Enjoy San Francisco’s renowned attractions such as the (November 1) (November 2-3)You must call or fax if you would like to register for historic cable cars, shopping in Union Square, or visit San Francisco’s culinary hub at the Ferry Building. 7.75 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM 12.25 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTMonly the Neurological or Occupational Medicine £ $300 Physicians £ $400 PhysiciansSections only Located among the famed San Francisco waterfront’s £ $250 Allied Health Professionals/Residents/Fellows £ $350 Allied Health Professionals/Occupational and Environmental Medicine most celebrated shops, attractions, and restaurants, the Holiday Inn Fisherman’s Wharf is just steps away from Reception/Scientific Poster Session Residents/FellowsUpdate Section Only (November 1)7.75 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM the historic Cable Car turnaround, Ghiradelli Square, Please confirm below so we may plan for the $300 Physicians and Pier 39 attractions. appropriate number of people: £ I will attend the reception (included in tuition) £ I will not attend $250 Allied Health Professionals/ A block of guestrooms has been reserved at the special Residents/Fellows UCSF conference rate of $131/night. You are urged to Make checks payable to UC RegentsOccupational Medicine Section Only (November 2-3) make your reservations early. The cut-off date is Please charge my credit card: £ Visa £ MasterCard £ AmEx for $ ________________________12.25 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM Monday, October 1, 2012 or until the group room block Course Registration Form is filled. $400 Physicians To make hotel reservations, please call 800-942-7348 _________________________________________________|________/_______ $350 Allied Health Professionals/ Card # Expiration date Residents/Fellows and identify yourself as a member of this UCSF conference to receive the special rate. You can also ___________________________________|_____________________________Optional Pre-Course Workshops (October 31) reserve on-line by visiting our website at Name on Card (Please Print) Authorized Signature1.5 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM www.cme.ucsf.edu and clicking the reservation link in $50 Physicians/Allied Health Professionals/ the Travel & Lodging section on the course webpage. Refund Policy: Cancellations received in writing before the first day of the course will be refunded, Residents/Fellows By staying at the host hotel, you help UCSF meet its less a $75 administrative fee. No refunds will be made on cancellations received after that date.Payment can be made by Visa, MasterCard, contractual obligations and keep registration feesAmEx or check. Please check our website for SAN reasonable. Please take this into considerationREGISTER VIA: when making your accommodation decisions. up-to-date information on the course: Landmarks FRANCISCOOnline: www.cme.ucsf.edu www.cme.ucsf.edu Neighborhoods BAY RENTAL CAR Points of InterestMail: Complete course registration form Hertz is offering special rates for participants of this Parks and send with payment to: conference; simply call 800-654-2240 and refer to Cable Car Lines UCSF Office of CME convention number # 03BW0131 or call your travel Holiday Inn Fisherman’s Wharf Hotel P.O. Box 45368 agent. You may also make reservations at 1300 Columbus Ave. PIER 39 San Francisco, CA 94145-0368 www.Hertz.com. Advance reservations are recommended. San Francisco, CA 94133 Holiday Inn FISHERMANS Jefferson StFax: Fax completed registration form to: UNDERWATER WORLD AQUARIUM (800) 942-7348 toll-free YOUTH Fisherman’s St WHARF Grant Av (415) 502-1795 (be sure to include AIR TRANSPORTATION HOSTEL AQUATIC PARK MARITIME THE Beach UCSF has negotiated special fares with American and (415) 771-7006 phone CANNERY Wharf Hotel Kearny St your credit card number) FT. MASON MUSEUM Stockton St St Ma North Point Powell St VISITOR Mason St rin CENTERPhone: To register by phone or to inquire about United Airlines for our course attendees. 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