PRESENTS 2012 I 11th ANNUAL UPDATEJoin us for this interactive, livesymposium where nationally EARN UP TOrenowned faculty will address: 7.5 AMA PRA CATEGORY 1• The Latest CREDITS™ Psychopharmacology Advances: New Medications New SATURDAY OCTOBER 20, 2012 FormulationsSYMPOSIUM DIRECTORHenry A. Nasrallah, MDPROFESSOR OF PSYCHIATRY AND NEUROSCIENCEUNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI COLLEGE OF MEDICINEFACULTYLeslie Citrome, MD, MPHNEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE KINGSGATE MARRIOTT CONFERENCE HOTELHenry A. Nasrallah, MD AT THE UNIVERSITYUNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI COLLEGE OF MEDICINE OF CINCINNATIRajiv Tandon, MDUNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA COLLEGE OF MEDICINERichard H. Weisler, MDUNC CHAPEL HILL, DUKE UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTERENDORSED BY:www.PsychPharmUpdate.org
UPDATE ABOUT OUR DIRECTOR Rajiv Tandon, MDDear Colleague,On behalf of the University AND FACULTY Professor, Department of Psychiatry University of Florida College of Medicineof Cincinnati and CURRENT Gainesville, FLPSYCHIATRY, it is mypleasure to invite you to Henry A. Nasrallah, MDattend our 11th Annual Professor, Department of Psychiatry Dr. Tandon is professor of Psychiatry at UniversityPsychopharmacology and Behavioral Neuroscience of Florida and the Chief of Psychiatry in the Program University of Cincinnati of Mental Health at the State of Florida’s DepartmentUpdate. Cincinnati, OH of Children and Families. Formerly, he was ProfessorThis highly informative at the Department of Psychiatry in the Universityeducational meeting will Dr. Nasrallah is the director of the Schizophrenia of Michigan Medical Center, Ann Arbor, fromoffer a full day of clinically Research Program at University of Cincinnati, 1987–2004. In addition to his medical degree, he hasrelevant psychopharma- and his research focuses on the neurobiology a Master’s degree in Clinical Research Design andcology advances and up and psychopharmacology of schizophrenia and Statistical Analysis from the University of Michiganto 7.5 CME credits. related disorders. He is Editor-In-Chief of two School of Public Health and a diploma in BusinessIn our interactive format, prominent journals (Current Psychiatry and Administration from the Harvard University Businessnationally renowned Schizophrenia Research) and is the co-founder School. At the University of Michigan, he developedfaculty will bring you up to of the Schizophrenia International Research the Clinical and Research Schizophrenia Program,date on the latest advances Society. He is a fellow of the American College which was the sixth most published schizophreniain psychopharmacology by of Neuropsychopharmacology, fellow of the program in the world in the 1990’s. Dr. Tandon hasdiscussing new medications American College of Psychiatrists, distinguished authored more than 250 scientific publications,and new formulations. life fellow of the American Psychiatric Association, and given over 600 national and international past president of the Cincinnati Psychiatric scientific presentations.This well-established, Society and the American Academy of Clinicalone-day CME symposium Psychiatrists, current president of the Ohio Richard H. Weisler, MDoffers an outstanding Psychiatric Physicians Education and Research Adjunct Professor of Psychiatryopportunity for education Foundation, and past president of the University UNC Chapel Hill School of Medicineand networking with of Cincinnati College of Medicine Faculty Forum. Chapel Hill, NCminimal disruption to yourbusy schedule. You will get Adjunct Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciencesin-depth analysis from our Leslie Citrome, MD, MPH Duke University Medical Centerexpert faculty and ample Clinical Professor of Psychiatry Durham, NCtime to query them on Behavioral Sciencestopics that will help keep N w York Medical College e Valhalla, NY Dr. Weisler, Adjunct Professor of Psychiatry at UNCyour practice ahead of Chapel Hill and Adjunct Associate Professor ofthe curve. Psychiatry and Behavorial Sciences at Duke, has been Dr. Citrome, Clinical Professor of PsychiatryI look forward to leading in practice since 1980 in Raleigh, North Carolina, Behavorial Sciences at New York Medicalthis symposium in where his group currently follows more than 2,000 College, is a principal investigator,Cincinnati at the Marriott patients with a mixture of psychiatric disorders. co-investigator, and collaborator on aKingsgate Conference He is a past recipient of the Outstanding Teaching number of ongoing projects centeringCenter, and I hope to see Award from the UNC Chapel Hill Psychiatry on psychopharmaceutical approaches toyou there. Department. Dr. Weisler is credited with first schizophrenia and bipolar disorders, including identifying the usefulness of Lamictal (lamotrigine)Sincerely, new and novel medications, treatment– in bipolar disorder when, in 1993, he presented a refractory schizophrenia, and the management report on his successful treatment on a compassionate of aggressive and violent behavior. He also use basis of two severely treatment-resistant bipolar is an active member of the Medication patients with the then-unapproved drug. Dr. Weisler Utilization and Outcomes Research Program is board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry that focuses on the practice of psychiatryHenry A. Nasrallah, MD and Neurology. He has been the principal investigator within the 16 hospitals operated by the in over 250 clinical trials. Dr. Weisler has authoredSYMPOSIUM DIRECTOR New York State Office of Mental Health. or co-authored more than 75 journal articles and book chapters on bipolar disorder, attention deficit disorder, depression, PTSD, social phobia, dementia, pharmaco-economics, suicide and generalized anxiety disorders.
AGENDA Subject to change. Check www.psychpharmupdate.org for updates. ABOUT OUR VENUE6:45 – 7:45 am Registration and Breakfast Kingsgate Marriott7:45 – 8:00 am Welcome and Introduction HENRY A. NASRALLAH, MD Conference Hotel 151 Goodman Avenue8:00 – 9:00 am New Antipsychotics: How Are They Different? LESLIE CITROME, MD, MPH Cincinnati, OH 45219 TEL: 513-487-38009:00 – 10:00 am New Antidepressants: What’s New About Them? FAX: 513-487-3810 RICHARD WEISLER, MD The Kingsgate Marriott Conference10:00 – 10:15 am Break Hotel at the University of Cincinnati is10:15 – 11:15 am New ADHD Medications: Options for Children and Adults the premier University of Cincinnati hotel. RICHARD WEISLER, MD We have arranged for discount room rates of $119 per night for participants11:15 AM – 12:15 pm Heated Psychopharmacology Debate of the Psychopharmacology Update. The DSM-5 At-Risk Diagnosis: The cut-off date for the discount rate Should It Exist and Should It Be Treated? is September 20, 2012. HENRY A. NASRALLAH, MD | RAJIV TANDON, MD12:15 – 1:45 pm Luncheon Symposium To make your reservations, please call 888-720-12991:45 – 2:00 pm Dessert Break and be sure to mention the2:00 – 3:00 pm New Formulations and Delivery Systems for Psychotropics: Psychopharmacology Update, Beyond the Usual Pill or register at LESLIE CITROME, MD, MPH www.marriott.com/cvgkg.3:00 – 4:00 pm In the Pipeline: Glutamate Modulators for Depression and Psychosis LESLIE CITROME, MD | RICHARD WEISLER, MD REGISTRATION PRICING4:00 – 5:00 pm Stump the Experts Panel Discussion Until Aug. 18 After Moderator: Aug. 17 to Sept. Sept. 21 21 HENRY A. NASRALLAH, MD Panelists: Physicians $170 $220 $320 LESLIE CITROME, MD, MPH | RICHARD WEISLER, MD | RAJIV TANDON, MD OPPA members $145 $195 $3205:00 – 5:30 pm Review of Key Points and Conclusions Psychologists, $145 $165 $185 Social Workers/REGISTRATION FORM (PLEASE PRINT) Allied Health Residents/ $65 $65 $65 FellowsFIRST NAME LAST NAMEDEGREE: ❑ MD ❑ DO ❑ NP /PA ❑ PHARMD ❑ RN ❑ PHD 5 WAYS TO REGISTER❑ RESIDENT ❑ OTHER, PLEASE SPECIFY ONLINE:AFFILIATION www.PsychPharmUpdate.orgTYPE OF PRACTICE: ❑ OFFICE ❑ HOSPITAL ❑ OTHER BY PHONE: (502) 574-9023 BY FAX: (502) 589-3602ADDRESS BY E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.orgCITY/STATE/ZIP BY MAIL: Kim Kirchner, RegistrationE-MAIL ( for registration confirmation and CME certificate ) CoordinatorPHONE FAX c/o Quadrant HealthCom Inc. 455 S. Fourth Street, Suite 650PAYMENT INFORMATION : CREDIT CARD: ❑ AMEX ❑ MC ❑ VISA ❑ CHECK ENCLOSED (MADE PAYABLE TO QUADRANT/PSYCHUPDATE) Louisville, KY 40202 Cancellation Policy: 2012 Psychopharmacology UpdateCARD NUMBER EXP. DATE will offer a full refund, less a $50 administrative fee as follows: requests for refunds must be made in writing,CARDHOLDER SIGNATURE DATE postmarked, emailed or faxed prior to September 20, 2012. After September 20, no refunds will be granted. Substitutions are welcomed in lieu of cancellations. Refunds will not be issued to no-shows. Register online at www.PsychPharmUpdate.org
PRESENTS 2012 I 11th ANNUAL Register byChance! Last August 17 Save $150 UPDATE Current Psychiatry Join us for this interactive, 7 Century Drive, Ste 302 live symposium Parsippany, NJ 07054 • TheLatest Psychpharmacology Advances: New Medications New Formulations SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2012 CINCINNATI, OHIO EARN UP TO 7.5 AMA PRA CATEGORY 1 CREDITS™ Endorsed by: www.PsychPharmUpdate.org WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE? • eview the various novel formulations RSYMPOSIUM DIRECTOR This activity is designed for child and for psychotropic agents and the advan- Henry A. Nasrallah, MD adolescent psychiatrists, general tages of various delivery samples beyond University of Cincinnati psychiatrists, geriatric psychiatrists, nurse the traditional oral medications. College of Medicine practitioners, physician assistants, nurses, • mploy combination therapy for cer- E psychologists, social workers, and other tain psychiatric conditions with multiple mental health professionals interested symptom domains or comorbidities. in treating patients with psychiatricFACULTY disorders to remission with measurement- • pply nonpharmacological interventions A based care. in conjunction with pharmacotherapyLeslie Citrome, MD, MPH to enhance patient improvement whenNew York Medical College PROGRAM GLOBAL OBJECTIVES medication alone is not enough. At the conclusion of this CME symposium,Rajiv Tandon, MD those in attendance should be able to: • iscuss numerous DSM-IV disorders that DUniversity of Florida • iscuss the emerging new mechanisms D have no FDA-approved medication and for drug development in schizophrenia how to manage them until drugs becomeRichard H. Weisler, MD outside the dopamine pathways. indicated for these disorders.UNC Chapel HillDuke University College of Medicine ACCREDITATION AND CREDIT LEARNER ASSURANCE STATEMENT (OBN-011-93). Contact hours are valid DESIGNATION STATEMENTS The University of Cincinnati is in most states. The University of Cincinnati is committed to resolving all conflicts SPECIAL NEEDS NOTICE accredited by the Accreditation of interest issues that could arise as a The University of Cincinnati College Council of Continuing Medical result of prospective faculty members’ of Medicine is committed to providing Education (ACCME) to provide significant relationships with drug or courses in a location and manner continuing medical education device manufacturer(s). The University accessible to persons with disabilities. for physicians. of Cincinnati is committed to retaining If you require special accommodations only those speakers with financial due to a disability, please call us at The University of Cincinnati interests that can be reconciled with the 513-558-5326. designates this live activity for a goals and educational integrity of this maximum of 7.5 AMA PRA CME activity. DISCLAIMER STATEMENT Category 1 Credits™. Physicians The opinions expressed during the should only claim credits NURSING CREDIT activity are those of the faculty and commensurate with their 7.5 continuing education contact do not necessarily represent the views Presented by the University of participation in the activity. hours for nurses are approved by the of the University of Cincinnati. The Cincinnati College of Medicine This activity is endorsed by Ohio Board of Nursing through the information is presented for the OBN Approver Unit at the University purpose of advancing the attendees’ Department of Psychiatry. Current Psychiatry. of Cincinnati College of Nursing, professional development. Continuing Education Program