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PSYCHIATRY
UPDATE 2014

This activity has been approved
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Category 1 CreditsTM

MARCH 2...
Dear Colleague:

MEETING CHAIR

On behalf of the American Academy of Clinical
Psychiatrists, Current Psychiatry, and the D...
PSYCHIATRY UPDATE 2014
SOLVING CLINICAL CHALLENGES, IMPROVING PATIENT CARE

PRESENT

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  1. 1. PRESENT PSYCHIATRY UPDATE 2014 This activity has been approved for a maximum of 18 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM MARCH 27-29, 2014 TOPICS • Psychotic Disorders • Mood and Anxiety Disorders • Cognitive Disorders • Sleep Disorders • exual Disorders S • Pain • DSM-5 MEETING CHAIR MEETING CO-CHAIRS Richard Balon, MD Wayne State University Donald W. Black, MD University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine Nagy Youssef, MD Georgia Regents University FACULTY Donald W. Black, MD University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine Jon E. Grant, JD, MD, MPH University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine Anita H. Clayton, MD University of Virginia Health System George T. Grossberg, MD St. Louis University School of Medicine Marlene P. Freeman, MD Massachusetts General Hospital James W. Jefferson, MD Madison Institute of Medicine, Inc. Raphael J. Leo, MD University at Buffalo The State University of New York Henry A. Nasrallah, MD St. Louis University School of Medicine Thomas Roth, PhD Henry Ford Hospital Wayne State University School of Medicine University of Michigan Medical School www.CPAACP-CME.com Jointly sponsored by the Duke University School of Medicine and the American Academy of Clinical Psychiatrists. ! Join us in Chicago for this highly interactive, learning-focused meeting SOLVING CLINICAL CHALLENGES, IMPROVING PATIENT CARE HILTON CHICAGO RE NO GIST W ER CONNECT WITH CURRENT PSYCHIATRY
  2. 2. Dear Colleague: MEETING CHAIR On behalf of the American Academy of Clinical Psychiatrists, Current Psychiatry, and the Duke University School of Medicine, we are pleased to present our 2014 Psychiatry Update. This highly practical, educational meeting will offer 2½ days of clinically useful information and up to 18 CME credits. Richard Balon, MD PROFESSOR OF PSYCHIATRY AND BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCES WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY DETROIT, MI MEETING CO-CHAIRS In our interactive, learning-focused format, nationally renowned faculty will provide best practice information specifically designed to address the everyday challenges of improving outcomes for your patients with: • Psychotic disorders • Mood and anxiety disorders • Cognitive disorders • Sleep disorders • Sexual disorders • Pain This year’s conference also will take a special look at the recently released DSM-5 to help you become familiar with important developments and changes in the diagnosis and classification of psychiatric disorders. As always, our meeting offers an outstanding opportunity for peer-to-peer learning and networking. With question and answers allotted for every session, there is ample time to share best practices and find solutions to your most difficult clinical challenges. We hope you can join us in Chicago. Richard Balon, MD Meeting Chair Donald W. Black, MD President, AACP ABOUT OUR VENUE HILTON CHICAGO 720 S. Michigan Ave. Chicago, Illinois 60605 Tel: (312) 922-4400 We have arranged for discount rates starting at $179 a night at the Hilton Chicago. To make your reservation, please call (312) 922-4400. Discount rate expires March 5, but we urge you to make your arrangements as soon as possible as our room block will sell out. About the Hilton Chicago Step into history. The landmark Hilton Chicago, located on South Michigan Avenue overlooking Grant Park and Lake Michigan, has been meticulously redesigned and restored to preserve the magnificence of its early 20th Century style, while incorporating all of the 21st Century conveniences. › www.CPAACP-CME.com Donald W. Black, MD PROFESSOR OF PSYCHIATRY UNIVERSITY OF IOWA CARVER COLLEGE OF MEDICINE IOWA CITY, IA Nagy Youssef, MD MEDICAL DIRECTOR, INPATIENT SERVICES, MHSL CHARLIE NORWOOD VA MEDICAL CENTER CLINICAL ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHIATRY MEDICAL COLLEGE OF GEORGIA, GEORGIA REGENTS UNIVERSITY AUGUSTA, GA FACULTY Donald W. Black, MD PROFESSOR OF PSYCHIATRY UNIVERSITY OF IOWA CARVER COLLEGE OF MEDICINE IOWA CITY, IA Anita H. Clayton, MD INTERIM CHAIR OF PSYCHIATRY AND NEUROBEHAVIORAL SCIENCES DAVID C. WILSON PROFESSOR OF PSYCHIATRY AND NEUROBEHAVIORAL SCIENCES UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA HEALTH SYSTEM CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA Marlene P. Freeman, MD ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF PSYCHIATRY HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL MEDICAL DIRECTOR, CTNI DIRECTOR OF CLINICAL SERVICES, PERINATAL AND REPRODUCTIVE PSYCHIATRY PROGRAM MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL HOSPITAL BOSTON, MA Jon E. Grant, JD, MD, MPH PROFESSOR DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHIATRY AND BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO, PRITZKER SCHOOL OF MEDICINE CHICAGO, IL George T. Grossberg, MD PROFESSOR DEPARTMENT OF NEUROLOGY AND PSYCHIATRY ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE ST. LOUIS, MO James W. Jefferson, MD DISTINGUISHED SENIOR SCIENTIST, MADISON INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE®, INC. CLINICAL PROFESSOR OF PSYCHIATRY UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AND PUBLIC HEALTH MADISON, WI Raphael J. Leo, MD ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHIATRY UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK BUFFALO, NY Henry A. Nasrallah, MD THE SYDNEY W. SOUERS PROFESSOR AND CHAIR DEPARTMENT OF NEUROLOGY AND PSYCHIATRY ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE ST. LOUIS, MO Thomas Roth, PhD DIRECTOR OF THE SLEEP DISORDERS AND RESEARCH CENTER HENRY FORD HOSPITAL PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHIATRY WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE CLINICAL PROFESSOR OF PSYCHIATRY UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN COLLEGE OF MEDICINE DETROIT, MI
  3. 3. PSYCHIATRY UPDATE 2014 SOLVING CLINICAL CHALLENGES, IMPROVING PATIENT CARE PRESENT The last 10 to 15 minutes of each session will be used for QA. (Schedule and faculty are subject to change. Visit www.CPAACP-CME.com for updates.) THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 2014 7:00 am FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 2014 Breakfast/Exhibits 6:45 am Breakfast Symposium 8:00 am Treating Chronic Pain in the SubstanceAbusing Patient  8:00 am Welcome Richard Balon, MD 8:05 am SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 2014 6:45 am Breakfast Symposium 8:00 am The Risks and Benefits of Antidepressant Use During Pregnancy Raphael J. Leo, MD Treatment of OCD and Related Disorders (i.e. Hoarding) 9:00 am Cognitive Dysfunction in Schizophrenia Jon E. Grant, JD, MD, MPH 9:05 am Schizophrenia and Medical Co-morbidity Henry A. Nasrallah, MD Henry A. Nasrallah, MD Marlene P. Freeman, MD 9:00 am Treating Fatigue in Depressed Patients James W. Jefferson, MD 10:00 am Break/Exhibits 10:05 am Break/Exhibits 10:35 am Non-Pharmacological Strategies for Treatment of Insomnia 10:00 am Break 10:30 am Review of the Utility and Indications for Antidepressant Pharmacotherapy in the Treatment of Chronic Pain Syndromes 10:15 am Hot Topics in Pregnancy: Bipolar Disorder, Anxiety, and ADHD Raphael J. Leo, MD 11:30 am Treatment Options for Aging Bipolar Patients Thomas Roth, PhD 11:35 am A Primer on DSM-5: Part 1: Its Development and Major Changes George T. Grossberg, MD 12:30 pm Luncheon Symposium Donald W. Black, MD 12:35 pm Luncheon Symposium 2:30 pm Dessert/Exhibits 2:00 pm Dessert/Exhibits James W. Jefferson, MD 12:15 pm Luncheon Symposium 2:00 p.m. Conference Adjournment 3:00 pm Winokur Award Presentation 2:15 pm Treatment of Disruptive and Impulse Control Disorders (Oppositional Defiance Disorder) Marlene P. Freeman, MD 11:15 am New Antidepressants and What’s on the Horizon 3:15 pm When to Use Antipsychotics in Aging Patients George T. Grossberg, MD Jon E. Grant, JD, MD, MPH 3:15 pm 4:15 pm Sexual Dysfunction Throughout the Reproductive Years A Primer on DSM-5: Part 2: A Chapter-by-Chapter Review Donald E. Black, MD Anita H. Clayton, MD 5:15 pm Stretch Break 4:15 pm Refreshment Break/Exhibits 5:25 pm Pharmacologic Treatment of Sexual Dysfunction 4:35 pm The Intersection of Sleep Disorders and Psychiatric Illnesses Thomas Roth, PhD Anita H. Clayton, MD COURSE REGISTRATION FORM TO REGISTER: Online: www.CPAACP-CME.com FIRST NAME By Fax: 502-589-3602 LAST NAME By Phone: 502-574-9023 DEGREE: ❑ MD ❑ DO ❑ PhD ❑ RESIDENT ❑ NP ❑ PA ❑ PHARM D ❑ OTHER, PLEASE SPECIFY ❑ AACP MEMBER By Mail: c/o Kim Kirchner NPI/LICENSE # Quadrant HealthCom Inc. 455 South Fourth Street, Suite 650 Louisville, KY 40202 PRACTICE NAME ADDRESS Group discounts available! See Web site or call 502-574-9023 UNTIL DEC 20 DEC 21 FEB 21 AFTER FEB 21 MDs/DOs/PhDs $395 $495 $595 Residents/NPs/ PAs/RNs $295 $395 $495 AACP Members $295 $395 $495 CITY/STATE/ZIP E-MAIL ( for registration confirmation ) PHONE FAX PAYMENT INFORMATION: CREDIT CARD: ❑ AMEX ❑ MC ❑ VISA ❑ CHECK ENCLOSED ( made payable to Quadrant HealthCom/AACP ) CARD NUMBER EXP. DATE CARDHOLDER SIGNATURE R E G I S T E R O N L I N E AT W W W. C PA A C P - C M E . C O M Great Value! Price includes access to all scientific sessions, continental breakfast Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, lunch Thursday and Friday, plus your copy of the workbook. Cancellation Policy: 2014 CP/AACP will offer a full refund less a $50 administrative fee as follows: requests for refunds must be made in writing postmarked, e-mailed, or faxed prior to March 5, 2014. After March 5, 2014 no refunds will be granted. Substitutions are welcomed in lieu of cancellation. Refunds will not be issued to no-shows.
  4. 4. This activity has been approved for a maximum of 18 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. PRESENT RE NO GIST W ER PSYCHIATRY UPDATE 2014 Join us for this highly interactive, learning-focused meeting SOLVING CLINICAL CHALLENGES, IMPROVING PATIENT CARE ! 7 Century Drive, Suite 302 Parsippany, NJ 07054 HILTON CHICAGO MARCH 27-29, 2014 TOPICS: • DSM-5 Primer • Psychotic Disorders • Mood and Anxiety Disorders • Sleep Disorders • Cognitive Disorders • Sexual Disorders • Pain www.CPAACP-CME.com Jointly sponsored by the Duke University School of Medicine and the American Academy of Clinical Psychiatrists. PSYCHIATRY UPDATE 2014 PRESENT FACULTY MEETING CHAIR SOLVING CLINICAL CHALLENGES, IMPROVING PATIENT CARE LEARNING OBJECTIVES Richard Balon, MD At the conclusion of this activity, participants should be able to: MEETING CO-CHAIRS • Recognize overlapping symptoms and devise an approach to address the individual patient’s comorbidities WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY Donald W. Black, MD UNIVERSITY OF IOWA CARVER COLLEGE OF MEDICINE Nagy Youssef, MD DUKE UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER FACULTY Donald W. Black, MD UNIVERSITY OF IOWA CARVER COLLEGE OF MEDICINE Anita H. Clayton, MD UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA HEALTH SYSTEM Marlene P. Freeman, MD MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL HOSPITAL Jon E. Grant, JD, MD, MPH UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO, PRITZKER SCHOOL OF MEDICINE George T. Grossberg, MD ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE James W. Jefferson, MD UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AND PUBLIC HEALTH Raphael J. Leo, MD THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK Henry A. Nasrallah, MD ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE Thomas Roth, PhD UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN COLLEGE OF MEDICINE • Demonstrate a working knowledge of medication combinations and adjunctive therapies with the best evidence of efficacy for treatment-resistant symptoms • Counsel patients on the links between psychiatric and metabolic conditions TOPICS • DSM-5 Primer • Psychotic Disorders • Mood and Anxiety Disorders • Cognitive Disorders • Sleep Disorders • Sexual Disorders • Pain ACCREDITATION INFORMATION Who Should Attend: This activity is designed for general and geriatric psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurses, psychologists, social workers, and other mental health professionals interested in treating patients with mood, anxiety, psychotic, or substance-related disorders to remission with measurement-based care. Credit Designation: The Duke University School of Medicine designates this educational activity for a maximum of 18 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Physician Assistants: AAPA accepts AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ from organizations accredited by the ACCME. Nurse Practitioners: AANP accepts AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ from organizations accredited by the ACCME. Accreditation: This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and Policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint sponsorship of the Duke University School of Medicine and the American Academy of Clinical Psychiatrists. The Duke University School of Medicine is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians. Disclosure: The Duke University School of Medicine adheres to ACCME Essential Areas, Standards, and Policies regarding industry support of continuing medical education. Disclosure of the planning committee’s and faculty’s commercial relationships will be made known at the activity. Speakers are required to openly disclose any limitations of data and/or any discussion of any off-label, experimental, or investigational uses of drugs or devices in their presentations.

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