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    • Join the South Central Section of the AUA, Inc. in Chicago, Illinois South Central Section of the AUA, Inc. 92nd Annual Meeting September 18 – 21, 2013 The Palmer House | Chicago, Illinois registration Brochure * This program is CME accredited. Register before August 23, 2013 to receive early registration, discounted pricing!
    • Dear SCS colleagues, I am delighted to invite you and your families to the 2013 Annual South Central Section meeting. For the first time in our long history, we will head north to the great city of Chicago for the festivities. Mark down the dates September 18 – 21, 2013, now to start the planning process. If you were ever planning to attend a SCS meeting, make it this year… you won’t be disappointed! This year’s meeting promises to be memorable in many ways. The academic program is robust, featuring selected presentations covering all sectors of our specialty. Guest professors will include Larry Klotz, MD; Catherine deVries, MD; and Ajay Nehra, MD. Special topics include the role of intravesical botulinum injection in a general urology practice, a point-counterpoint debate on graft versus plication for Peyronie’s disease deformities and an update on the current status of PSA testing. Special lectures on international volunteerism in urology and other programs for residents including a Residents Quiz Bowl are planned to round out the academics. The Presidential Guest Lecturer will be John H. Armstrong, MD, FACS, Surgeon General of Florida, whose lecture, “Health Care Reform: If You Are Not at the Table, You Are On the Menu,” will give us an insider’s view of the unique challenges facing surgeons amid imminent national health care changes. The timing of this meeting should provide refreshing early autumn weather to wipe away any lingering remnants of your hot summer. Chicago provides a number of strategic advantages such as direct inexpensive flights, shopping and restaurants galore and countless activities for all members of the family. Our meeting will take place at the historic Palmer House Hilton, a Chicago classic situated close to everything right on Michigan Avenue. This hotel is a blend of 1880’s Victorian charm with modern amenities from its recent multimillion-dollar renovation. Our annual banquet will be in the famous Empire Room, home to speeches from five US Presidents and regular performances by luminaries such as Louis Armstrong, Nat King Cole, Frank Sinatra and Billy Holiday. A full complement of spousal activities are planned, highlighted by the amazing Chicago River Architectural Tour (which should be on everyone’s bucket list), a tour of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Nordstrom fashion show. Theme night will offer a genuine Chicago blues experience, and a performance by a legendary Chicago “iO Improv” comedy group is planned to spice up the annual banquet, so don’t leave early! In short, this meeting will have it all. Please join us for a world-class urology seminar in a world-class venue! Sincerely, Allen F. Morey, MD 2012 – 2013 SCS President OFFICERS President Allen F. Morey, MD President-Elect Charles A. McWilliams, MD Secretary Jeffrey M. Holzbeierlein, MD Treasurer Timothy D. Langford, MD Immediate Past President Randall B. Meacham, MD Historian Robert E. Donohue, MD AREA REPRESENTATIVES Arkansas Jeffrey B. Marotte, MD Colorado Brian J. Flynn, MD Kansas Tomas L. Griebling, MD, MPH Missouri James M. Cummings, MD Nebraska Jon J. Morton, MD New Mexico Michael Davis, MD Oklahoma William J. Cook, MD Texas Ashish M. Kamat, MD Central America Hector Morales-Martell, MD, FACS Mexico Jose Arturo Rodriguez Rivera, MD Ex-Officio SMU Representative Jose J. Espinosa-Monteros, MD Ernesto Lopez Corona, MD Daniel Olvera Posada, MD Representative to AUA Board of Directors J. Brantley Thrasher, MD AUA Leadership Program Representatives Steven B. Brandes, MD Steven E. Canfield, MD Vijaya M. Vemulakonda, MD Representative to AUA JU Editorial Committee Gary E. Lemack, MD Arthur I. Sagalowsky, MD Program Committee Charles A. McWilliams, MD (Chair) Jeffrey M. Holzbeierlein, MD Timothy D. Langford, MD Randall B. Meacham, MD Allen F. Morey, MD EXECUTIVE OFFICE Executive Director Wendy J. Weiser Association Director Sue O’Sullivan p r e si d e n t ’ s m e ssa g e Allen F. Morey, MD S C S B O A RD O F D I RE C T OR S 2 0 1 2 – 2 0 1 3
    • *All sessions located in Red Lacquer unless otherwise noted. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2013 OVERVIEW 7:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Spouse/Guest Hospitality Suite Location: Price Room 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Registration/Information Desk Location: Red Lacquer Foyer 9:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Board of Directors Meeting Location: The Crystal Room 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Speaker Ready Room Location: The Congress Room 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Exhibit Hall Location Exhibit Hall Room 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Welcome Reception Location: Exhibit Hall Room SCIENTIFIC/GENERAL SESSION 12:00 p.m. – 12:05 p.m. Presidential Welcome Allen F. Morey, MD Dallas, TX 12:05 p.m. – 12:10 p.m. Program Chair Welcome Charles A. McWilliams, MD Oklahoma City, OK 12:10 p.m. – 12:20 p.m. AUA Presidential Address William W. Bohnert, MD AUA President-Elect Phoenix, Arizona 12:20 p.m. – 1:05 p.m. Resident Essay Finalist Podium Moderators: Allen F. Morey, MD Charles A. McWilliams, MD 1:05 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. Female Urology/Voiding Dysfunction Podium Moderators: Sunshine Murray, MD Tulsa, OK Rowena A. Desouza, MD Houston, TX 2:15 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. Break Location: Red Lacquer Foyer 2:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Onabotulinumtoxin A (Botox) Use in Urology: Update on Indications, Efficacy and Safety Invited Speaker: Gary E. Lemack, MD Dallas, TX 3:00 p.m. – 3:20 p.m. GU Tuberculosis, An Uninvited Guest Moderator: TBD Invited Speaker: Mariano J. Sotomayor, MD Mexico City, DF, Mexico 3:20 p.m. – 5:20 p.m. Oncology – Bladder & Testis Podium Moderators: Ashish M. Kamat, MD Houston, TX Moben Mirza, MD Kansas City, KS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2013 OVERVIEW 7:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Spouse/Guest Hospitality Suite Location: Price Room 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Registration/Information Desk Location: Red Lacquer Foyer 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Speaker Ready Room Location: The Congress Room 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Exhibit Hall Location: Exhibit Hall Room 6:30 p.m. – 10:30 p.m. Theme Night – See description on page 6 Location: Fulton’s on the River SCIENTIFIC/GENERAL SESSION Concurrent SessionS 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 a.m. The Practice of Urology – CHANGE Has Arrived 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 a.m. SCS Program Directors Breakfast Meeting 7:30 a.m. – 8:00 a.m. Video Session Moderator: Kurt H. Strom, MD Columbia, MO 8:00 a.m. – 9:20 a.m. Trauma & Reconstruction Podium Moderators: Thomas A. Rozanski, MD San Antonio, TX Ty T. Higuchi, MD, PhD Aurora, CO 9:10 a.m. – 9:20 a.m. IVU Scholar Abstract Guest Speaker: Michael Johnson, MD Saint Louis, MO 9:20 a.m. – 9:50 a.m. State of the Art Lecture: Volunteerism in Urology Guest Speaker: Catherine R. deVries, MD Salt Lake City, UT 9:50 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Q&A 10:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Break/Visit Exhibits 10:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Point/Counterpoint – Repair of Complex Peyronie’s Disease: Graft vs Plication Moderator: Brian S. Christine, MD Birmingham, Alabama Guest Speakers: Ajay Nehra, MD Chicago, IL Steven J. Hudak, MD San Antonio, TX 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Prosthetic Urology Podium Moderators: Joshua A. Broghammer, MD Kansas City, KS Bryan T. Kansas, MD Austin, TX 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. Industry Sponsored Lunch S C I EN T I F I C P ROGR A M 92nd ANNUAL MEETING OF THE SOUTH CENTRAL SECTION OF THE AUA September 18 – 21, 2013 ▪ Chicago, IL
    • 1:15 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. Oncology Poster Session Moderators: Ronald Rodriguez, MD, PhD San Antonio, TX Javier Hernandez, MD San Antonio, TX 1:15 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. Men’s Health Poster Session Moderators: Mohit Khera, MD Houston, TX TBD 2:15 p.m. – 3:15 p.m. Pediatric Urology Poster Session Moderators: Juan Prieto, MD San Antonio, TX Nicholas Cost, MD Dallas, TX 2:15 p.m. – 3:15 p.m. General Urology Poster Session Moderators: Michael J. Finger, MD Harlingen, TX Ryan J. Mauck, MD Dallas, TX 2:15 p.m. – 3:15 p.m. Oncology/Transplant Poster Session Moderators: Frances M. Alba, MD Houston, TX Puneet Sindhwani, MD, MS, MBBS, MSBS Oklahoma City, OK 3:00 p.m. – 3:45 p.m. Break/Visit the Exhibits 3:45 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. T–Leon Howard Imaging Session Moderator: J. Brantley Thrasher, MD Kansas City, KS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2013 OVERVIEW 7:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Registration/Information Desk Location: Red Lacquer Foyer 7:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Speaker Ready Room Location: The Congress Room 7:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Spouse/Guest Hospitality Suite Location: Price Room 7:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Exhibit Hall Location: Exhibit Hall Room SCIENTIFIC/GENERAL SESSION Concurrent Sessions 6:45 a.m. – 7:45 a.m. Industry Sponsored Breakfast 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 a.m. SMU Breakfast Meeting 8:00 a.m. – 9:20 a.m. Renal Cancer/Robotics Podium Moderators: Rodney Davis, MD Little Rock, AR Ashley B. Bowen, MD Oklahoma City, OK 9:20 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. AUA Guidelines Update Invited Speaker: Daniel J. Culkin, MD Oklahoma City, OK 10:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Break/Visit the Exhibits 10:30 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. Urinary Diversion/Stones Podium Moderators: Chad A. LaGrange, MD Omaha, NE Ouida L. Westney, MD Houston, TX 11:45 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Industry Sponsored Lunch 1:00 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. AUA Course of Choice: Prostate Cancer Active Surveillance Laurence H. Klotz, MD Toronto, ON 2:15 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. Pediatric Urology Podium Moderators: Dennis S. Peppas, MD San Antonio, TX TBD 3:30 p.m. – 3:45 p.m. Break 3:45 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Residents Quiz Bowl Moderator: Brad J. Hornberger, MPAS, PA-C Dallas, TX 5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. Residents Reception (AACU) SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2013 OVERVIEW 7:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Speaker Ready Room Location: The Congress Room 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Registration/Information Desk Location: Red Lacquer Foyer 7:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Spouse/Guest Hospitality Suite Location: Price Room 6:30 p.m. – 12:00 a.m. Annual Reception & Banquet Location: Empire Room SCIENTIFIC/GENERAL SESSION 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 a.m. Resident’s Breakfast: “What I Have Learned” Guest Speaker: Steven K. Wilson, MD Indio, CA 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 a.m. Board of Directors Meeting (voting members only) 8:00 a.m. – 9:10 a.m. Prostate Cancer – Treatment/Diagnosis Podium Moderators: Ganesh V. Raj, MD, PhD Dallas, TX Ian M. Thompson, III, MD Nashville, TN 9:10 a.m. – 9:40 a.m. State of the Art Lecture: Prostate Cancer – Early Detection Moderator: Ian M. Thompson, III, MD Invited Speaker: Ian M. Thompson, Jr., MD San Antonio, TX 9:40 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Q & A 10:00 a.m. – 10:15 a.m. Break 10:15 a.m. – 10:45 a.m. Presidential Address: Reflections From 15 Years of Humanitarian Surgical Missions in Honduras SCS President: Allen F. Morey, MD 10:45 a.m. – 10:55 a.m. History Lecture: Foleys and Fabrications Invited Speaker: Michael S. Holzer, MD Oklahoma City, OK 10:55 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Introduction SCS President: Allen F. Morey, MD
    • 11:00 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. Presidential Guest Lecture: Healthcare Reform: If You Are Not at the Table, You Are On the Menu! John H. Armstrong, MD, FACS Tallahassee, FL 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. Industry Sponsored Lunch 1:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. SCS AUA Annual Business Meeting Disclaimer Statement Statements, opinions and results of studies contained in the program are those of the presenters/authors and do not reflect the policy or position of the SCS nor does the SCS provide any warranty as to their accuracy or reliability. Every effort has been made to faithfully reproduce the abstracts as submitted. However, no responsibility is assumed by the SCS for any injury and/or damage to persons or property from any cause including negligence or otherwise, or from any use or operation of any methods, products, instruments, or ideas contained in the material herein. DON ’ T M I S S I T ! AUA Course of Choice: Active Surveillance in Prostate Cancer Friday, September 20, 2013 1:00 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. Laurence H. Klotz, MD Chief, Division of Urology, Sunnybrook Health Science Centre Presidential Guest Lecture: If You Are Not at the Table, You Are On the Menu: Adventures in Advocacy Saturday, September 21, 2013 11:00 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. John H. Armstrong, MD, FACS Surgeon General and Secretary of Health of the State of Florida John H. Armstrong, MD, FACS, was appointed by Governor Rick Scott as Surgeon General and Secretary of Health for the State of Florida on April 27, 2012. He leads a $2.8 billion agency with over 16,000 public health professionals and 67 county health departments, all working together to promote public health, provide health professional regulation and ensure medical disaster readiness. Previously, he was chief medical officer of the USF Health Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation, surgical director of the USF Health American College of Surgeons Accredited Education Institute and associate professor of surgery, department of surgery, University of South Florida (USF) Morsani College of Medicine in Tampa, FL. Before this, he was trauma medical director at Shands at the University of Florida Medical Center in Gainesville, FL, and a 2011 exemplary teacher at the University of Florida College of Medicine. Dr. Armstrong is a graduate of Princeton University, the University of Virginia School of Medicine and the USArmy Command and General Staff College. He performed his surgical residency at Tripler Army Medical John H. Armstrong, MD, FACS Laurence H. Klotz, MD Center in Honolulu, HI, his trauma/surgical critical care fellowship at the University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital and his master educators in medical education fellowship at the University of Florida. He is a member of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education Residency Review Committee for Surgery; co-editor of the American College of Surgeons (ACS) Disaster Management and Emergency Preparedness course and editor-in-chief of the American Medical Association (AMA) Advanced Disaster Life Support, v.3.0 course. He is a member of the AUA Urotrauma Guidelines Panel. Dr. Armstrong has been a national leader in health policy and advocacy for over 20 years. He is chair of the ACS delegation to the American Medical Association (AMA) House of Delegates, ACS Governor for Florida and member of the ACS Health Policy and Advocacy Group. He is the 2011 ACS/American Association for the Surgery of Trauma Health Policy Scholar and a former trustee and executive committee member of the AMA. Dr. Armstrong completed his career in the US Army Medical Corps at the rank of Colonel in 2005. His final assignment was director, US Army Trauma Training Center (ATTC), in association with the Ryder Trauma Center, Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami, FL. He led the development and implementation of a two-week bona fide inter- disciplinary team training program in trauma casualty care for military medical units deploying to Iraq andAfghanistan. This incorporated elements of the Med Teams program, the precursor to TeamSTEPPS. Under his leadership, the ATTC was named the Department of Defense (DoD) Center of Excellence for combat casualty care team training (2004), and received the DoD Patient Safety Award for Team Training (2005). He also served as chair of the Army (State) Committee on Trauma (COT) for the American College of Surgeons and provided oversight to the largest geographic region and for the highest number of annual ATLS courses in the program. He was the program director for the only surgical critical care fellowship in the Department of Defense. He received the Army Surgeon General’s Physician Recognition Award (top Medical Corps Lieutenant Colonel) in 2003, Surgeon General’s A-designator for General Surgery and four teaching awards. He remains on faculty at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD, where he was a distinguished visiting professor in August, 2010 and the Silverstein Distinguished Lecturer in 2011. Dr. Armstrong served as the senior visiting trauma surgeon at Landstuhl, Germany, in December 2011. Dr. Armstrong is a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society. He is recertified by the American Board of Surgery with added qualifications in surgical critical care and is a fellow of the ACS and the American College of Chest Physicians. He is a member of the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma, the Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma, the Florida Medical Association, the American Medical Association, the American College of Physician Executives and the Association of Military Surgeons of the United States.
    • 2 0 1 3 Facu lt y g e n e r a l m e e ti n g i n f o r mati o n Registration/Information Desk Hours Location: Red Lacquer Foyer Wednesday, September 18, 2013 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Thursday, September 19, 2013 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Friday, September 20, 2013 7:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Saturday, September 21, 2013 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Exhibit Hall Hours Location: Exhibit Hall Room Wednesday, September 18, 2013 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. (Welcome Reception) Thursday, September 19, 2013 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Friday, September 20, 2013 7:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Spouse/Guest Hospitality Suite Hours Location: Price Room Wednesday, September 18, 2013 7:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Thursday, September 19, 2013 7:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Friday, September 20, 2013 7:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Saturday, September 21, 2013 7:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Speaker Ready Room Hours Location: The Congress Room Wednesday, September 18, 2013 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Thursday, September 19, 2013 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Friday, September 20, 2013 7:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Saturday, September 21, 2013 7:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. e v e n i n g fu n cti o n s One ticket to each evening function is included in attendee and spouse registration fees. Welcome Reception in the Chicago Neighborhoods! Date: Wednesday, September 18, 2013 Time: 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Location: Exhibit Hall Attire: Business Casual Cost: One ticket included in registration fee; additional tickets are $50 for adults and $20 for children (11 – 17, under 10 complimentary). Description: The SCSAUA welcomes attendees to the 92nd Annual Meeting. Members can visit with exhibitors and connect with fellow members all while experiencing the tastes of Chicago neighborhoods! Come enjoy delicious drinks and hors d’oeuvres in our Exhibit Hall version of Wrigleyville, Greektown, Chinatown and Little Italy. Theme Night: Fulton’s on the River Date: Thursday, September 19, 2013 Time: 6:30 p.m. – 10:30 p.m. Bus Pickup Information: All attendees must meet buses at Palmer House Wabash Street entrance on lobby level by 6:30 p.m. Attire: Casual Cost: One ticket included in registration fee; additional tickets are $150. Description: Legendary tough guys such as Al Capone made Chicago the home to America’s most notorious gangsters. These hardened hooligans left a permanent mark in the history books of this bustling city by coining the Windy City as their center of operations for organized crime. The theme night will also feature a performance from the illustrious Chicago blues band, Lil’ Ed and the Imperials. Come experience Chicago’s gangster history at SCSAUA’s theme night at Fulton’s on the River! Annual Reception and Banquet Date: Saturday, September 21, 2013 Time: 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Reception 7:30 p.m. – 12:00 a.m. Dinner and “iO Improv” Comedy Group Location: Empire Room Attire: Black Tie Optional Cost: One ticket included in registration fee; additional tickets are $185 each. Description: The annual reception and banquet is the perfect way to end the Chicago meeting. You can enjoy an elegant evening at the Palmer House Hilton, dining and entertainment as you reflect on this year’s meeting. Make sure to stay for dessert and a special performance from the famous Chicago “iO Improv” comedy group! *Tables are assigned during the meeting, so be sure to sign up with your friends/colleagues on the boards posted by the SCS registration desk. Corporate functions may not be held concurrent with official SCS scientific or social functions. Any function, regardless of size or location, must be approved first by SCS Industry Relations Department. Please contact JP Baunach at (847) 605-0850 if you have any questions. Guest and Invited Speakers John H. Armstrong, MD, FACS,Tallahassee, FL Daniel J. Culkin, MD, Oklahoma City, OK Catherine R. deVries, MD, Salt Lake City, UT Michael S. Holzer, MD, Oklahoma City, OK Steven J. Hudak, MD, San Antonio, TX Michael Johnson, MD, Saint Louis, MO Laurence H. Klotz, MD, Toronto, ON, Canada Gary E. Lemack, MD, Dallas, TX Ajay Nehra, MD, Chicago, IL Ian M. Thompson, Jr., MD, San Antonio, TX Mariano J. Sotomayor, MD, Mexico City, DF, Mexico Steven K. Wilson, MD, La Quinta, CA Moderators Frances M. Alba, MD, Los Ranchos, NM Ashley B. Bowen, MD, Oklahoma City, OK Joshua A. Broghammer, MD, Kansas City, KS Nicholas Cost, MD, Cincinnati, OH Rodney Davis, MD, Little Rock, AR Rowena A. Desouza, MD, Houston, TX Michael J. Finger, MD, Harlingen, TX Javier Hernandez, MD, San Antonio, TX Ty T. Higuchi, MD, PhD, Aurora, CO Ashish M. Kamat, MD, Houston, TX Bryan T. Kansas, MD, Austin, TX Mohit Khera, MD, Houston, TX Chad A. LaGrange, MD, Elkhorn, NE Ryan J. Mauck, MD, Dallas, TX Charles A. McWilliams, MD, Oklahoma City, OK Moben Mirza, MD, Kansas City, KS Allen F. Morey, MD, Dallas, TX Sunshine Murray, MD, Tulsa, TX Dennis S. Peppas, MD, San Antonio, TX Juan Prieto, MD, San Antonio, TX Ganesh V. Raj, MD, PhD, Dallas, TX Ronald Rodriguez, MD, PhD, San Antonio, TX Thomas A. Rozanski, MD, San Antonio, TX Puneet Sindhwani, MD, MS, MBBS, MSBS, Oklahoma City, OK Kurt H. Strom, MD, Golf, IL Ian M. Thompson, III, MD, San Antonio, TX Ouida L. Westney, MD, Houston, TX
    • History is Hott: Historic Tour of the Palmer House Date: Wednesday, September 18, 2013 Time: 1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. Location: Meet in the lobby of the Palmer House by 1:00 p.m. Price: $30.00 per person Includes: 45 minute lecture, 45 minute walking tour of hotel, gift bag, Bertha Palmer’s world famous brownie Description: Chicago’s Palmer House has a rich 140-year history – the place claims to have created the brownie, among other highlights. Tour the hotel’s art-deco lobby, grand ballrooms and see artifacts that aren’t usually open to the public, including original Bertha Potter’s rare china. You will also visit a room dedicated to the hotel’s history, which contains vintage menus, books and photography as well as rare letters from Bertha Palmer. Chicago Architectural River Cruise Date: Thursday, September 19, 2013 Time: Meet at SCS Registration by 9:15 a.m. Location: Chicago River Cost: $30.00 per person Includes: Transportation and admission ticket to guided cruise tour Description: Critics say that no other city has influenced and embodied the state-of- the-art high-rise design and modern architecture as prominently as Chicago; virtually every major architect has a signature building here. This is where architecture lives, and history is still being etched upon the sky. Join us for a 90 minute, jaw-dropping excursion through a city that defied all architecture expectations. Art Institute Tour Date: Friday, September 20, 2013 Time: Meet at SCS Registration by 1:00 p.m. Location: Art Institute of Chicago* *Participants will be walking approximately 0.2 miles from the Palmer House to the Art Institute Cost: $40.00 per person Includes: Admission ticket to Art Institute and guided tour Description: The Art Institute of Chicago is an encyclopedic art museum located in Chicago’s Grant Park. It has a collection of impressionist and post-impressionist art in its permanent collection. This will be a one hour private guided tour from 1:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m., highlighting the main exhibits at the Art Institute of Chicago. After the tour concludes, guests will have free time to explore the museum at their own leisure. Participants should expect a moderate amount of walking on this tour, so please wear comfortable shoes. The Nordstrom Fall Beauty Show on Magnificent Mile! Date: Saturday, September 21, 2013 Time: Meet at SCS Registration by 7:15 a.m.* *Bus will drop participants off at Nordstrom at 7:45 a.m. and pick them up from Nordstrom to return to The Palmer House at 1:00 p.m. Location: Nordstrom 520 N Michigan Ave. Chicago, IL Price: SCSAUA is covering the cost for 40 registered guests. Includes: Transportation, tote bag with Nordstrom ‘goodies,’ $20 Nordstrom gift card, coffee and light breakfast Description: This annual, full stage production incorporates beauty and fashion trends from around the nation! This exciting event delights attendees by presenting the tricks of the trade by some of the nation’s top beauty and style experts. Every guest receives a complimentary tote bag that will be filled with “goodies.” There will also be several giveaways throughout the show. Coffee and light breakfast treats will be served. After the fashion show, hit The Magnificent Mile early for a fun day of shopping! Currently Chicago’s largest shopping district, various mid-range and high-end shops line this section of the street and approximately 3,100,000 square feet is currently occupied by retail stores, restaurants, museums and hotels. There is a maximum capacity of 40 people for this tour, so please register early. o pti o n a l e v e n ts
    • Restaurants Chicago features thousands of restaurants that offer culinary favorites to suit every taste, budget and mood. Whether the preference is Chicago-style hot dogs or a burger, fried clams or smoked ostrich, pirogues or pizza, Chicago has it all. Soul food, Italian, Chinese, French, Japanese, Mexican, Asian or Spanish...Chicago offers a virtual United Nations of eating choices. Ethnic neighborhoods such as China- town, Greektown, West Rogers Park and Pilsen are among those offering tempting tastes from around the world. Chicago is also proud to be home of award-winning restaurants and world-renowned chefs, as well as home to deep-dish pizza – one of Chicago’s most important contributions to 20th century culture. Museums Chicago is world-renowned for its diverse collection of museums, which explores a variety of subjects including Chicago history, art, African-American culture, astronomy and natural history. Those visiting Chicago should plan on spending time at Chicago’s Museum Campus. The scenic park conveniently joins the Adler Planetarium & Astronomy Museum, the Shedd Aquarium/Oceanarium and the Field Museum of Natural History, with easy access to all three locations. The Shedd Aquarium offers the world’s largest array of more than 8,000 aquatic mammals, reptiles, amphibians, invertebrates and fish. After exploring the oceans, attendees can gaze up at the heavens in the nearby Adler Planetarium & Astronomy Museum. The Field Museum offers exciting displays of mummies, Egyptian tombs, Native American artifacts and dinosaur skeletons. Other Chicago museums include the Chicago Historical Society (the city’s oldest cultural institution), the Museum of Science and Industry, the DuSable Museum of African-American History, the Art Institute of Chicago (one of the world’s leading art museums), the Museum of Contemporary Art and the Museum of Contemporary Photography. Attractions In addition to world-renowned museums, Chicago is home to a variety of spectacular attractions including Navy Pier – the city’s lakefront playground and the state’s most popular attraction. Navy Pier offers visitors a unique blend of family-oriented attractions, from the thrilling ride on the Wave Swinger in Pier Park to the 3-D Time Escape ride. The Pier also boasts the 150 foot high Ferris wheel, a musical carousel, the Chicago Children’s Museum, a variety of restaurants and the Chicago Shakespeare Theatre. In addition, the 24.5 acre Millennium Park has instantly become a world-class attraction and a Chicago landmark. It contains an outdoor performing arts pavilion, an indoor year-round theater, restaurant, ice-skating rink, contemporary garden, public art, fountains, promenade area for special events, and landscaped walkways and green spaces. A b o ut C hica g o, I L Located on the shores of Lake Michigan in the heart of the Midwest, Chicago is home to the blues, several sports teams, an internationally acclaimed symphony orchestra, spectacular live theater, celebrated architecture and thousands of restaurants, museums and shops.
    • Other attractions not to miss include Buckingham Fountain at Grant Park, the Hancock Observatory and the Skydeck at Willis Tower, formerly the Sears Tower. Skydeck Chicago’s “the Ledge,” which opened to the public last year, is a glass box that extends out 4.3 feet from the skyscraper’s Skydeck on the 103rd floor, providing an exhilarating and unparalleled view of the city. Shopping A visit to Chicago would be incomplete without a shopping spree. Shopping in Chicago began on State Street, with the opening of the original Marshall Field’s department store in 1852. Today, shoppers at Macy’s (the old Marshall Field’s flagship store) will find an outstanding selection of men’s and women’s apparel, an extensive house ware department, several fine restaurants, a food court and a visitors’ center. State Street is also home to another famous Chicago department store, Carson Pirie Scott, where customers are drawn into the entrance of the store by the ornate ironwork designed by Chicago architect Louis Sullivan in 1899. A shopping spree must include a visit to the famed “Magnificent Mile,” which runs along Michigan Avenue from Oak Street to the Chicago River. Amidst department store giants such as Neiman Marcus, Lord & Taylor, Saks Fifth Avenue and Bloomingdale’s, are hundreds of specialty shops and boutiques offering goods from around the world. Oak Street, just west of Michigan Avenue, is a boutique shopper’s dream. An abundance of shopping can also be found at The Shops at North Bridge, Water Tower Place, the 900 North Michigan Avenue Shops, Chicago Place Shopping Center, Navy Pier, dozens of Chicago neighborhoods and The Shops at the Mart located at Chicago’s Merchandise Mart. Architecture Visitors from around the world come to Chicago, the birthplace of the modern building, to admire its architectural marvels. From historic landmark buildings to contemporary technological masterpieces, Chicago is built of the unique and innovative designs that have shaped American architecture. The city is a living museum of architecture, thanks to the work of such greats as Daniel Burnham, Louis Sullivan, Frank Lloyd Wright, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Helmut Jahn and hundreds of others. Chicago is home to the world’s first skyscraper, designed by William Le Baron Jenney in 1885. Although the Home Insurance Building no longer stands, today Chicago is also home to three of the world’s 10 tallest buildings, including the Willis Tower (formerly known as the Sears Tower), which opened in 1974. Other city landmark buildings include the Chicago Cultural Center – completed in 1897 in the Beaux Arts style, Adler and Sullivan’s 1889 Auditorium Building, and the Art Deco-era Chicago Board of Trade Building, designed by Holabird and Root in 1929. To learn more about Chicago’s acclaimed architecture, the Chicago Architecture Foundation offers more than 50 walking or bus tours, conducted by knowledgeable guides. Architectural boat cruises on the Chicago River, as well as self-guided, taped walking tours, are also available.
    • The 92nd Annual Meeting will be held at the Palmer House Hilton where special room rates have been arranged for meeting attendees. Dis- counted room rates are available until Friday, August 23, 2013, so make your reservations early! Palmer House Hilton 17 East Monroe St. Chicago, IL 60603 Main: (312) 726-7500 Fax: (312) 917-1707 Website: www.hilton.com Room Rate: $229.00 (plus taxes) Hotel Deadline: Friday, August 23, 2013 Reservations: 1-800-HILTONS (1-800-445-8667) or https://resweb. passkey.com/go/scs2013 Room Rate SCS has negotiated a discounted rate of $229.00 plus tax (currently 16.4%) at the Palmer House Hilton in Chicago. Hotel Deadline The deadline to receive the $229.00 per night (plus tax) group rate is August 23, 2013. SCS encourages you to make your reservation early, as the hotel and discount block may sellout before this date. After this date, reservations will be accepted based on availability and higher rates may apply. Reservations Attendees are responsible for making their reservations by calling the hotel at 1-800-445-8667 (1-800-HILTONS) or visiting the website at https://resweb.passkey.com/go/SCS2013. When calling, please reference the SCSAUA to receive the discounted rate. Hotel Deposit & Cancellation Policy A deposit equal to one night’s stay is required to hold a reservation when reserving. These deposits are fully refundable if the hotel is notified 48-hours prior to arrival and a cancellation number is obtained. Airport Information Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD) is approximately 19 miles from the Palmer House Hilton or 30 minutes by car. Chicago Midway Airport (MDW) is approximately 12 miles from the Palmer House Hilton or 25 minutes by car. Taxi Cab Services Several taxi companies operate at the O’Hare International Airport/ Midway Airport): American United Cab: (773) 248-7600 Checker Taxi: (312) 243-2537 Flash Cab: (773) 561-4444 Taxi rates for a one-way transfer to the hotel from O’Hare International Airport cost approximately $45.00. Taxi rates for a one-way transfer to the hotel from Midway Airport cost approximately $35.00. Rental Car Information Avis Rent-A-Car is the official rental car company for the SCSAUA 92nd Annual Meeting. For reservations, please call (800) 331-1600, and use the code “J901055” to receive the discounted rates. Shuttle Service Chicago O’Hare Airport: Continental Airport Express, call (773) 247- 1200 or (888) 284-3826 Go Airport Express offers daily, door-to-door service to/from O’Hare Airport and most city and suburban neighborhoods. The hours of operation are from 6:00 a.m. – 11:30 p.m., departing approximately every 5 – 10 minutes outside the baggage claim areas of the lower level of the domestic and international terminals. The fare to the city is approximately $25.00. Midway Airport: Continental Airport Express offers door-to-door service to/from Midway Airport and most city and suburban neighborhoods from 6:00 a.m. – 11:30 p.m. Departures are about every 15 minutes. It is recommended to call Continental Airport Express directly at the numbers below for specific departure information. The fare to the city is approximately $19.00. Continental Airport Express, call (312) 454- 7800 or (800) 654-7871. Public Transportation Both Chicago airports offer easy access to the Chicago Transit Authori- ty’s “L” System. From O’Hare International Airport, take the Blue Line to the Monroe/Dearborn stop. A one-way fare downtown on the Blue Line costs $5.00. From Midway Airport take the Orange Line to the Adams/Wabash stop and the Palmer House Hilton is location on the west side of Wabash Avenue. A one-way fare downtown on the Orange Line costs $5.00. Please visit the following link for detailed directions: http://www.transitchicago.com/travel_information/trip_planner.aspx Parking The Palmer House Hilton offers self parking for $42.00 per day and valet parking is $62.00 per day. Please note that rates are subject to change. h o t e l i n f o r mati o n travel & Transportation
    • The deadline for discounted early registration is Friday, August 23, 2013. After Friday, August 23, 2013, regular registration fees will apply to online & on-site registration. Registration Fees are subject to change. To lock in these rates, register now. Please select the category that best describes your status: Please print clearly Name:__________________________________________________________________ Degree(s):______________ Badge First Name:_________________ Address:________________________________________________________________________________________________________  Home  Office City:________________________________________________________________________State:______________________Zip:______________________ Phone:______________________ Fax:______________________Email:_____________________________________________________________________ Also pre-register:  Spouse: _______________________________________________________ Badge First Name: ______________________  Guest: _________________________________________________________ Badge First Name: ______________________  Guest: _________________________________________________________ Badge First Name: ______________________ MEETING REGISTRATION Registration Categories Early Regular Total Discounted Fees Cost (through 8/23/2013) (after 8/23/2013)  SCS Member/Candidate $375 ________ $450 =$  SCS Honorary Member $295 ________ $370 =$  SCS “Young Urologist Member” $200 ________ $250 =$ (40 years old or younger)  Non-Member Physician $425 ________ $495 =$ (Includes non-SCS/AUA Members)  SCS Senior Member $295 ________ $370 =$  Fellow $295 ________ $370 =$ q Non Physician Provider ______ $375 _______ $450 =$_______ SCS Resident Candidate Member  Presenting a Paper $0 ________ $0 =$  Not Presenting a Paper $295 ________ $370 =$ Spouse / Guest Registration  Spouse / Guest $295 ________ $370 =$  Spouse of SCS Honorary Member $295 ________ $370 =$  Spouse of “Young Urologist Member” $200 ________ $250 =$  Spouse of Resident Presenting a Paper $0 ________ $0 =$  Spouse of Resident Not Presenting a Paper $200 ________ $250 =$ Industry – If you are an employee of industry, you must register in one of these two categories:  2013 SCS Promotional Partner or Exhibitor Promotional Partner or Exhibitor $450 NOT a 2013 SCS Promotional Partner or Exhibitor NOTE: If you are employed by industry and your company is not exhibiting at the 2013 SCS annual meeting but would like to register to attend this conference, please contact JP Baunach at (847) 264-5942 or by email jp@wjweiser.com in the SCS executive office to confirm your registration. Total Registration Fee(s) $________ S C S 2 0 1 3 A NN U A L M EE T I NG REG I S T R AT I ON F OR M S E P T E M B ER 1 8 - 2 1 , 2 0 1 3 q Urologist q Urology Fellow q Urology Resident q Other Medical Professional q Physician q Researcher q Resident q Student/Trainee q Industry Employee q Fellow q Full Time Administrator q Non Physician Provider q Other
    • EVENING EVENTS One ticket is included in the attendee and Spouse/Guest registrations fee. If you have signed up for those categories you do not need to complete this area unless you would like to purchase additional tickets. Wednesday, September 18, 2013 Welcome Reception # of tickets _____ @ $50 (adults) = $________ # of tickets _____ @ $20 (children 11 – 17) = $_____ # of tickets _____ @ complimentary (children 10 and under) = $_____ Thursday, September 19, 2013 Theme Night: Fulton’s on the River # of tickets_____ @ $150 = $________ Saturday, September 21, 2013 Annual Reception & Banquet # of tickets_____ @ $185 = $________ Total Additional Evening Events Ticket Fees $_______________________ OPTIONAL ACTIVITIES Optional activities and sporting events are subject to cancellation two weeks prior to the meeting with a full refund. COST TOTAL Wednesday, September 18, 2013 History is Hott: Historic Tour of the Palmer House $30.00/per person x ___ = ______ Thursday, September 19, 2013 Chicago Architecture River Tour $30.00/per person x ___ = _______ Friday, September 20, 2013 Art Institute Tour $40.00/per person x ___ = _______ Saturday, September 21, 2013 The Nordstrom Fall Beauty Show on Magnificent Mile!* Complimentary x ___ = _______ *There is a maximum capacity of 40 people for this tour. Total Registration Fee(s) $_____________ Total Additional Evening Functions Ticket Fee(s) $_____________ Total Optional Event Fee(s) $_____________ Grand Total $_____________ PAYMENT INFORMATION The SCS requires payment for registration fees and full payment of optional activities by check or credit card.  Check (payable to the SCS)  Visa  MasterCard  American Express Credit Card #:______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Expiration Date:____________________________________________________________ CVV#:___________________________________________ Name on Credit Card:________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Billing Address:_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ The issuer of the card identified on this item is authorized to pay the amount shown as TOTAL upon proper presentation. I promise to pay such TOTAL (together with any other charges due thereon) subject to and in accordance with the agreement governing the use of such card. Signature: _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ PHONE REGISTRATIONS CANNOT BE ACCEPTED. Acceptable registration methods include: • By Fax: (847) 517-7229 • By Mail: SCS, 1100 E Woodfield Road, Suite 350, Schaumburg, IL 60173 • Online: www. scsauanet.org If paying by check, please forward payment to: South Central Section of the AUA Attn: Registration Two Woodfield Lake 1100 East Woodfield Road, Suite 350 Schaumburg, IL 60173-5116 Early Registration Deadline Meeting registration forms must be received by the SCS Executive Office by 8/23/2013 to receive the discounted early registration rate. All forms received after this deadline will be assessed the regular registration fee. Registration Cancellation & Refund Policy Registration refund requests must be submitted in writing to the SCS Executive Office by 8/18/2013. All refund requests will be subject to a $100 processing fee. No refunds will be made after 8/18/2013. Please Note Badges are required for admission to the meeting area. Tickets are required for entrance to all social functions. Special Needs For accommodations on the basis of disability or special dietary needs, please call (847) 605-0850. Questions Please feel free to contact the SCS Executive Office by: Phone: (847) 605-0850 Fax: (847) 517-7229 Email: info@scsauanet.org Website: www.scsauanet.org
    • UROLOGOS DE MEXICO Y AMERICA CENTRAL FORMULARIO DE REGRISTRO PARA EL CONGRESO SCS Regístrese rápida y fácilmente, antes del 23 de agosto, en línea en la dirección: www.scsauanet.org Estimados amigos, miembros de la South Central Section, compañeros urólogos e invitados: Quisiéramos recordarles que la South Central Section de la American Urological Association invita a sus miembros de México y América Central, a su congreso a una tarifa reducida de $100.00 USD. También, las esposas, demás invitados y acompañantes son bienvenidos para asistir a todas las actividades científicas, académicas y sociales con la misma tarifa reducida de $100.00 USD. Los $100.00 USD incluyen: todos los desayunos, dos cenas, una recepción, y por supuesto las todas las actividades científicas. Para todos los residentes, el registro al congreso será gratis. Si los residentes brindan una presentación, el registro para ellos y para sus esposas/esposos o acompañantes, será gratis para ambos. Por favor, escriba en imprenta. Nombre:____________________________________________________ Título(s): ________________________________ Primer nombre de la etiqueta de Identidad: ______________________________________________________________ Institución (para la tarjeta de identidad)__________________________________________________________________ Cónyuge o invitado/a:________________________________________________________________________________ Dirección: ________________________________________________________ q Casa q Oficina Ciudad:____________________________________Estado:________________ Código Postal:_____________________ País:_________________________________________ Email:_______________________________________________ Teléfono particular:______________Teléfono de la Consulta:___________________ Fax:__________________________ Por favor marque la categoría apropiada: Categorías de Inscripción SCS Mexican/Central American Urologist _____ $100 USD Cónyuge o invitado/a Mexican/Central American Urologist _____ $100 USD SCS Residente Presentación de un artículo _____ $N/C Sin presentación de un artículo _____ $N/C Cónyuge de un residente que presente un artículo _____ $N/C Eventos Vespertinos Un ticket está incluido en el registro de los miembros de SCS y de sus respectivos cónyuges o invitados. Si usted se ha registrado bajo esas categorías entonces NO NECESITA completar esta sección a menos que desee comprar extra tickets. Miércoles, 18 de septiembre Recepción de Bienvenida # de reservas_____ @ $50 (adultos) = $________ # de reservas_____ @ $20 (niños 11 – 17) = $_____ # de reservas_____ gratis (niños de menos de 11) Jueves, 19 de septiembre TEMA NOCTURNO – FULTON’S ON THE RIVER # de reservas_____ @$150 = $________ Sábado, 21 de septiembre RECEPCION ANUAL Y BANQUETE # de reservas_____ @ $185 = $________
    • EVENTOS OPCIONALES COSTO TOTAL Miércoles, 18 de septiembre History is Hott: Historic Tour of the Palmer House $30.00/per person x ___ = ______ Jueves, 19 de septiembre Chicago Architecture River Tour $30.00/per person x ___ = _______ Viernes, 20 de septiembre Art Institute Tour $40.00/per person x ___ = _______ Sábado, 21 de septiembre Nordstrom ‘Magnificent Mile’ Fashion Presentation* Complementary x ___ * Existe una capacidad máxima de 40 personas para realizar esta visita. Precio total de la inscripción(es) $_______________________ Precio total de extra tickets $_______________________ Precio total de eventos opcionales $_______________________ SUMA TOTAL $_______________________ PAGO La South Central Section of the AUA, Inc. requiere el pago por la inscripcion y el pago total por las actividades optativas en forma de cheque o tarjeta de credito. El pago debe ser enviado con éste formulario de inscripción. No se aceptarán inscripciones para la South Central Section of the AUA por teléfono. q Cheque adjunto (pagadero a South Central Section of the AUA, Inc.) q Visa q MasterCard q American Express Tarjeta de Crédito numero_______________________ Fecha de vencimiento:___________________________ Firma:_______________________________________ Fecha:________________________________________ CVV#:_______________________________________ Nombre en la Tarjeta de Crédito:_______________________________________________________________ Dirección de facturación:_____________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ Se podrán hacer acomodos especiales para casos de minusvalía. Por favor contáctese con la oficina en ese caso al teléfono (847) 605-0850 o de lo contrario indique la clase de acomodo necesaria: _______________________________________ Cierre de plazo para la inscripción es el 23 de agosto. Las inscripciones recibidas después del 23 de agosto serán consideradas como registro in-situ. Por favor envíe la inscripción completa y pago a: South Central Section of the AUA, Inc. Two Woodfield Lake 1100 East Woodfield Road, Suite 350 Schaumburg, IL 60173 Phone: (847) 605-0850 Fax: (847) 517-7229 Regístrese vía internet en: www.scsauanet.org
    • Needs The President-elect of the SCSAUA (Charles A. McWilliams, MD), consulted with SCSAUA Executive Committee members, including the current SCSAUA President, Dr. Allen F. Morey; SCSAUA Past President, Dr. Randall B. Meacham; SCSAUA Secretary, Dr. Jeffrey M. Holzbeierlein; SCSAUA Treasurer, Dr. Timothy D. Langford; and Dr. Elspeth McDougall, Chair, Office of Education of the AUA, regarding the needs we are attempting to fulfill through our annual scientific program. It was agreed by the above committee members, Section Officers and Director of the Office of Education of the AUA that there continues to be significant educational needs for our annual meeting and scientific program. Urologic abnormalities can present with a myriad of clinical symptoms and signs. Accurate differential diagnosis and disease management, which meets current standards of care, requires ongoing review of the presentations of various urologic abnormalities as well as the appropriate use of safe and cost-effective imaging modalities and various pharmacologic, minimally invasive, and operative management options. In addition, advancements in medical science and progress in management of various urologic diseases require basic and clinical research. Presentation and discussion of such peer reviewed and Abstract Reviewer-selected summaries and results of in- vestigations provide “cutting edge” updates for practicing clinicians and essential feedback to researchers on the practical applications and translation of their investiga- tions to clinical practice. There is a need to inform and educate urologic surgeons of the growing need for the surgical and therapeutic management of American veterans returning from the war zone with urologic injuries in- curred during 21st century warfare. TheAUAand others believe this group of veterans is being underserved. A broader understanding of the need and therapeutic options is important to the urologic community as it treats these veterans. Quality care is of utmost importance to the urologic community. The radical changes occurring in the US health care delivery system are threatening physi- cian’s ability to provide quality care. Physicians need to know about these changes and better understand how to improve the delivery of health care in America. The treating physician often is faced with the detailed implementation of health care one patient at a time. Without an understanding of the basis and big picture of the health care needs in America, its implementa- tion can be even more complex and difficult for the practitioner who works on the front lines of health care delivery. The urologist perspective will improve with a broader and deeper understanding of the system as a whole. The physician shortage predicted by most authorities is thought to be due to the rapid growth of patients over 65 andthoseadded tothehealthcarerollsas a resultof the Affordable Care Act. Medical educators predict a 36% increase in the baby boomer population reaching 65 and an additional 32 million Americans under 65 who will be the newly insured under the Affordable Care Act. This leads to a physician shortage of 62,900 by 2015 and 91,500 just 5 years later in 2020. Physicians need to be awareoftheseneeds.Subspecialistsneedtobeawareof the need to grow the residency slots and further develop the residency programs. Educating the residents and urologists will help meet this growing need inAmerica. Educational Objectives: • Describe the science behind Onabotulinumtoxina’s effectiveness, the appropriate selection of patients, the therapeutic outcomes expected and the safety of its use. • Recognize active surveillance for prostate cancer as a new and evolving treatment option with selection criteria and treatment plans that are still in formulation. • Identify clinical presentation and treatment options of various urologic abnormalities. • Describe the various minimally invasive treatments for urologic diseases and their risk/benefits. • Apply Evidence Based Medicine (EBM) in urologic practice specifically incorporatingAUAguidelines into daily practice. • Describe optimal treatment strategies for prostate cancer patients with early stage, intermediate stage and late stage disease states. • Integrate updated knowledge onAUAguidelines. • Analyze data pertaining to various pharmacologic and surgical treatments for voiding dysfunction and urinary incontinence. • Identify results of various laparoscopic and robotic approaches and techniques for benign and malignant urologic diseases. • Describe common pediatric urologic diseases and treatment updates. • Review surgical techniques in video format to gain a greater understanding of these techniques as well as improve the detailed application of advanced surgical management of urologic diseases. • Identify socioeconomic factors affecting urologic training and clinical practice. • Enumerate the current controversies pertaining to prostate cancer screening and the use of serum markers (PSA). • Identify basic laparoscopic applications and results in adult and pediatric patients. • Integrate the latest diagnostic/treatment options for various renal anomalies. • Describe the current surgical treatment options for correction of Peyronie’s disease. • Review new information guiding the challenge of the early detection of prostate cancer. • Identify the needs and opportunities to serve which will further develop urologic physician volunteers to help those in need around the globe. • Evaluate the advancements in surgical techniques for renal cancer surgery to include robotic, laparoscopic and percutaneous. CME Accreditation: The American Urological Association (AUA) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACC- ME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. Credit Designation: The American Urological Associa- tion designates this live activity for a maximum of 23.00 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM . Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Evidence Based Content: It is the policy of the AUA to ensure that the content contained in this CME activity is valid, fair, balanced, scientifically rigorous, and free of commercial bias. e d ucati o n a l n e e d s & o b j e cti v e s AUA Disclosure Policy All persons in a position to control the content of an educational activity (i.e., activity planners, presenters, authors) participating in an educational activity provided by the AUA are required to disclose to the provider any relevant financial relationships with any commercial interest. The AUA must determine if the individual’s relationships may influence the educational content and resolve any conflicts of interest prior to the commence- ment of the educational activity. The intent of this disclo- sure is not to prevent individuals with relevant financial relationships from participating, but rather to provide learners information with which they can make their own judgments. The disclosure report for this meeting may be found in your registration packet. Resolution of Identified Conflict of Interest: All disclosures will be reviewed by the program/course directors or editors for identification of conflicts of interest. Peerreviewers,workingwiththeprogramdirectorsand/or editors, will document the mechanism(s) for manage- ment and resolution of the conflict of interest and final approval of the activity will be documented prior to implementation. Any of the mechanisms below can/will be used to resolve conflict of interest: • Peer review for valid, evidence-based content of all materials associated with an educational activity by the course/program director, editor, and/or Education Content Review Committee or its subgroup. • Limit content to evidence with no recommendations • Introduction of a debate format with an unbiased mod- erator (point-counterpoint) • Inclusion of moderated panel discussion • Publication of a parallel or rebuttal article for an article that is felt to be biased • Limit equipment representatives to providing logistics and operation support only in procedural demonstra- tions • Divestiture of the relationship by faculty Off-label or Unapproved Use of Drugs or Devices: It is the policy of the AUA to require the disclosure of all references to off-label or unapproved uses of drugs or devices prior to the presentation of educational content. The audience is advised that this continuing medical education activity may contain reference(s) to off-label or unapproved uses of drugs or devices. Please consult the prescribing information for full disclosure of approved uses. Disclaimer: The opinions and recommendations expressed by faculty, authors and other experts whose input is included in this program are their own and do not necessarily represent the viewpoint of theAUA. Audio, Video and Photographic Equipment: The use of audio, video and other photographic recording equip- ment is prohibited by attendees inside AUA meeting rooms. Reproduction Permission: Reproduction of written materials developed for this AUA course is prohibited without the written permission from individual authors and theAmerican UrologicalAssociation. Special Assistance/Dietary Needs: The American Urological Association complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act §12112(a). If any participant is in need of special assistance or has any dietary restrictions, please see the registration desk.
    • Registration Fee Includes: • Scientific Sessions • Poster Sessions • Entrance to Technical Exhibits • Refreshment Breaks • One Ticket to Welcome Reception • One Ticket to Theme Night: Fulton’s on the River • One Ticket to Annual Reception and Banquet • Program Materials Spouse/Guest Registration Fee Includes: • Hospitality Suite • Scientific Sessions* • Poster Sessions* • Entrance to Technical Exhibits • One Ticket to Welcome Reception • One Ticket to Theme Night: Fulton’s on the River • One Ticket to Annual Reception and Banquet *If your Spouse/Guest would like to receive CME credit for attending the meeting, you must register that person separately at the appropriate category. additional registration information SCS 93rd Annual Meeting October 8 – 11, 2014 The Westin Mission Hills Resort & Spa Rancho Mirage, CA South Central Section of the AUA, Inc. Two Woodfield Lake 1100 East Woodfield Road, Suite 350 Schaumburg, IL 60173-5116 Registration materials enclosed. Register online at www.scsauanet.org mark your calendars!