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  • 1. Get back to Board Review the basics for passing the Boards! Intensive Board Review,Refresher, & Recertification Course February 21–24, 2013 Marriott Philadelphia Airport Philadelphia, PA Available Online Also! 31.25 CE Contact Hours Proud Metallic Sponsors of the Goldfarb Foundation ® LABORATORIES, INC. TRANSDERMAL® THERAPEUTICS
  • 2. 2 general informationnew for 2013Computer-Based Patient Simulation Questions The Goldfarb Foundation is responding to various trendsas reported to us by 2012 Review Course attendees. In response to the increase in Computer-Based Pa-tient Simulations (CBPS) questions on the respective exams, each Review Course registrant (online andclassroom), will receive access to web-based, CBPS-modeled questions. The questions come directlyfrom the creators of the Board-Master Software, and are geared to teach you how to navigate these typesof questions confidently. See page 10 for more information.Recertification Attendees Can Receive Study Guide in Advance Also new for 2013, RecertificationCourse registrants (online and classroom) have the option to purchase and receive their discountedStudy Guide in advance of the conference. See page 8 for more information.topicsAnatomy of a Question How to Take a Written, Multiple Choice Exam RECERT*Bone Healing RECERT* NeurologyBone Tumors RECERT* OsteomyelitisCharcot Foot Pediatrics RECERT*Dermatology Perioperative Management RECERT*Diabetes PharmacologyDiabetic Foot Infections RECERT* Plastic Surgery Techniques (Flaps) RECERT*Digital Surgery RECERT* PVDEmergency Medicine Rearfoot and Ankle Surgery/FlatfootEquinus/Limb Length Discrepancy and Cavus Foot RECERT*First Ray Deformities RheumatologyFoot Types Soft Tissue Masses RECERT*Gait/Compensatory Reaction Sports MedicineGeneral Medicine Tendons/Tendon Transfers RECERT*Infectious Disease Torsional/Rotational Deformity Ankle, STJ/MTJ Relative Lesser Metatarsal Surgery RECERT* To Surgical InterventionMalignant vs. Benign Neoplasms Traumatology RECERT*Medical Imaging Ulcer Management and Wound Healing RECERT*Mock Oral Consultations *Recert Topics are covered on Saturday and Sunday.accommodationsMarriott Philadelphia Airport • One Arrivals Road • Philadelphia, PA 19153 Room Block held until January 23, 2013CALL 1-800-682-4087 for reservations or visit www.goldfarbfoundation.orgto make your reservations online. Reference the Goldfarb Foundation to get thegroup rate of $147.
  • 3. frequently asked questions 3Who should register for this meeting?This meeting was specifically designed for those preparing for the ABPS and ABPOPPMexams. It offers a comprehensive review of basic podiatric medical/surgical procedures andinformation. By taking this course, it in no way guarantees the attendee will pass the exam.This course is not intended for those taking the American Podiatric Medical Licensing Ex-amination (APMLE) Parts I, II, and III. Past attendees have included those who need to earna large number of CE Contact Hours, DPMs preparing for state licensing boards, and thosepodiatrists who want an overall review of podiatry.If I am recertifying, should I take just the Recertification Course or the entire ReviewCourse? The entire four-day Review Course provides a thorough update of topics pertimentto podiatric medicine as listed on the previous page. The Recertification Course is designedto cover the topics that past exam participants have told us appear on the test. However, thetests and questions change each year, so it can be advantageous to attend the entire course.The material provided in the two-day Recertification Course is meant as a refresher; DPMsshould already be familiar with the basic information.I will take the Recertification test right after your course—how can I prepare in ad-vance? The Foundation plans the dates for its meetings many years in advance, but we haveno control over when other organizations schedule their meetings and/or testing dates. TheFoundation suggests you take our Review/Recertification Course a full year in advance ofwhen you plan to recertify, as our meeting and the testing dates for recertification tend to oc-cupy a similar time frame. If you are planning to recertify in 2013 and want to take the 2013 Recertification Course,we suggest you purchase the 12th Edition Study Guide in advance for $275. Please see page8 for information about ordering the Study Guide in advance of the meeting (for Recertifi-cation Course attendees ONLY). It can also be beneficial to purchase and view previouslyrecorded Review Course lectures in our Online Lecture Library (see page 13 of this catalog).What if I can’t participate in the meeting in person?If you won’t be able to make it to Philadelphia in February, you can register to participatein the course online, so you can view the lectures from your home or office, in real-time, asthey occur in the classroom (see page 6 & 7 of this catalog). If you still can’t be available toparticipate in the online version of the meeting, you can purchase the Foundation Study Guidefor $360 (page 8) and purchase lectures recorded from previous Review Courses from ourOnline Lecture Library (page 13).
  • 4. 4 classroom review & recert scheduleThursday, February 21 REVIEW ONLYLectures 9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.Friday, February 22 REVIEW ONLYLectures 8:00 a.m. – 5:15 p.m. Anatomy of a Question 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.Mock Oral Consultations* 8:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.Saturday, February 23 REVIEW & RECERTLectures 8:00 a.m. – 6:15 p.m. How to Take a Written, Multiple Choice Exam Lecture*— 6:15 p.m. – 7:15 p.m.Sunday, February 24 REVIEW & RECERTBreakfast Symposium “Words of Wisdom” for Recert Exam* 7:30 a.m. – 8:00 a.m.Lectures 8:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. *CE Contact Hours not available for this session. Classroom Inclusion Chart Study Guide Handout Binder # CE Mock Oral Included Included Credits Consultations Included Review Course YES YES 31.25 YES Classroom Recert Course NO (discounted YES 13.25 NO Classroom price available) Review Course YES YES 31.25 YES Residents Register online at www.g
  • 5. classroom review & recert 5 In order to earn CE Contact Hours for your participation in this meeting, you will need to get your name badge scanned during the times listed below. CME Scanning Times and Locations Thursday, February 21, 2013 Location for Scans— Registration Area ed me Scan I: 12:15 p.m. – 12:30 p.m. (to earn 3.0 CE Contact Hours) “Rea lly help ch I mu ize how pare Scan II: 5:45 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. (to earn 4.25 CE Contact Hours) Scan III: 9:00 p.m. – 9:15 p.m. (to earn 2.0 CE Contact Hours) real pre Total # of CE Contact Hours that can be earned on Thursday: 9.25 ne eded to me e Friday, February 22, 2013 Location for Scans— Registration Area and gav .” n Scan I: 11:45 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. (to earn 3.5 CE Contact Hours) directio rd Scan II: 5:15 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. (to earn 4.25 CE Contact Hours) Boa Scan III: 7:30 p.m. – 7:45 p.m. (to earn 1.0 CE Contact Hour) —2012 endee Att Total # of CE Contact Hours that can be earned on Friday: 8.75 Review Saturday, February 23, 2013 Location for Scans— Registration Area Scan I: 12:15 p.m. – 12:30 p.m. (to earn 4.25 CE Contact Hours) Scan II: 6:15 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. (to earn 4.75 CE Contact Hours) Total # of CE Contact Hours that can be earned on Saturday: 9.0 Sunday, February 24, 2013 Location for Scans— Registration Area Scan I: 10:00 a.m. – 10:15 a.m. (to earn 2.0 CE Contact Hours) Scan II: 12:30 p.m. – 12:45 p.m. (to earn 2.25 CE Contact Hours) Total # of CE Contact Hours that can be earned on Sunday: 4.25 Boards by the CBPS Lecture Pricing Numbers Software Days Included Questions Included Early Bird Regular Included Until 1/15 1/16 & After YES YES Thurs. – APMA Member $1,225 $1,300 Non-APMA Member $1,425 $1.500 Sun. NO (can NO Sat. & APMA Member $700 $775 Non-APMA Member $900 $975 purchase Sun. separately) YES NO Thurs.– Resident $725 $725 Sun.goldfarbfoundation.org
  • 6. 6 online review & recertThursday, February 21 REVIEW ONLYLectures Online in Real Time 9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m., EST scheduleFriday, February 22 REVIEW ONLYLectures Online in Real Time 8:00 a.m. – 5:15 p.m., EST Anatomy of a Question* 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m., ESTSaturday, February 23 REVIEW & RECERTLectures Online in Real Time 8:00 a.m. – 6:15 p.m., EST How to Take a Written, Multiple Choice Exam Lecture* 6:15 p.m. – 7:15 p.m., ESTSunday, February 24 REVIEW & RECERTBreakfast Symposium “Words of Wisdom” for Recert Exam* 7:30 a.m. – 8:00 a.m., ESTLectures Online in Real Time 8:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., EST*CE Contact Hours not available for this session. Online CE Contact HoursIt is the attendee’s responsibility to know his or her state’s CE requirements in regards to accepting CE credits earned onlinein real time. The Foundation is not responsible (nor required to know each state’s standards) for attendees who take the courseonline, and risk having their credits denied, without first contacting their state for approval requirements. It is recommendedthat those interested in taking the online version consult their state’s licensing board for specific regulations about acceptedreal-time online course CE contact hours. The software that the Foundation uses for the online course will automatically cal-culate the amount of time you are logged in to view the lectures; this information is used to determine your CE Contact Hours.Attendance verification will also occur randomly throughout the meeting via roll-call to ensure participation. Online Inclusion Chart Study Guide Handout Binder # CE Mock Oral Included Included Credits Consultations Included Review Course YES (mailed in YES (mailed in 31.25 NO Online advance) advance) Recert Course NO (discounted YES 13.25 NO Online price available) Review Course YES (mailed in YES (mailed in 31.25 NO Online Residents advance) advance) Register online at www.
  • 7. online review & recert 7 Make Sure You Meet These Technical Requirements Before Registering 1) Registration is limited to the first 75 participants and you must register by February 1, 2013. 2) High Speed Internet connection is a requirement; No exceptions allowed. The connection must be through a PC or MAC, no Tablets. 3) Dial-up or satellite prohibited. 4) If you have a Wi-Fi Internet connection, you must be hardwired to the modem for maximum event quality. If you choose not to be hardwired to your modem and use a Wi-Fi connection, Digital Samba will not troubleshoot any problems you encounter during the meeting. 5) Online Course registrants will receive details on how to test Internet connection and verify ability to properly participate in the online version approximately one month prior to the meeting. 6) Any questions regarding your computer or your Internet capabilities to participate in the online program, please contact David Segal directly at Digital Samba, 717-577-4727. Registrants who register for the online version will log onto a website operated by Digital Samba and view a screen that shows the lecturer, the lecturer’s PowerPoint presentation, and have the ability to ask questions, all LIVE and in real-time. Sample an online Review Course lecture by visiting www.goldfarbfoundation.org! Boards by the CBPS Lecture Pricing Numbers Software Days Included Questions Included Early Bird Regular Included Until 1/15 1/16 –2/1 YES YES Thurs. – APMA Member $1,250 $1,325 Non-APMA Member $1,450 $1.525 Sun. NO (can pur- NO Sat. & APMA Member $725 $800 Non-APMA Member $925 $1,000 chase separately) Sun. YES NO Thurs.– Resident $800 $800 Sun..goldfarbfoundation.org
  • 8. 8 12th ed. study guide The Foundation Study Guide 12th edition What started out as detailed study notes from Board ReviewCourse lectures more than 30 years ago has become an all-encom-passing study guide textbook— detailed and categorized, with500+ pages. It’s the standard text for those studying for the ABPSor ABPOPPM exams and was revised last year. The Study Guideis included with Review Course registrations and discounted forRecertification registrations (@ $250 for receiving book on-site/$275 to receive Study Guidein advance). If you cannot participate in the 2013 Review Course, visit the online store atwww.goldfarbfoundation.org to order your Study Guide today. The cost is $350 if purchasedwithout registering for the course, plus a $10 shipping & handling fee. TABLE OF CONTENTSCHAPTER 1: Emergency Medicine CHAPTER 21: Surgery of the Congenital FootCHAPTER 2: Anesthesia CHAPTER 22: Generalized Disease ConditionsCHAPTER 3: Perioperative Management of BoneCHAPTER 4: Preoperative Evaluation CHAPTER 23: RadiologyCHAPTER 5: Postoperative Care & Complications CHAPTER 24: Hallux Valgus & Related DisordersCHAPTER 6: Infectious Diseases CHAPTER 25: Trauma of the Foot & AnkleCHAPTER 7: Wound Healing CHAPTER 26: Digital Deformities and SurgeryCHAPTER 8: Plastic Surgery CHAPTER 27: Muscle and Tendon PathologyCHAPTER 9: Bone Healing CHAPTER 28: Lesser Metatarsal SurgeryCHAPTER 10: Burns and Frostbite CHAPTER 29: Ankle ConditionsCHAPTER 11: Fluid Management and CHAPTER 30: Heel Conditions Replacement in the Surgical Patient CHAPTER 31: AmputationsCHAPTER 12: Osseous Tumors CHAPTER 32: BiomechanicsCHAPTER 13: Dermatology CHAPTER 33: AnatomyCHAPTER 14: Rheumatology CHAPTER 34: Soft Tissue TumorsCHAPTER 15: Peripheral Vascular Disease CHAPTER 35: Physical Medicine & Rehab for theCHAPTER 16: Internal & External Fixation Management of Foot ConditionsCHAPTER 17: Nail Disorders & Surgery CHAPTER 36: ArthroscopyCHAPTER 18: Neurology CHAPTER 37: Laser Applications in Podiatric CHAPTER 19: Pediatrics SurgeryCHAPTER 20: Pharmacology CHAPTER 38: Radiological PathologyRecertification Attendees ONLY If you purchase a discounted Study Guide for $275, the Foundation will begin to ship them via UPSGround every two weeks beginning Wednesday, November 7, 2012. Please note that this is not a firmschedule and will be adjusted as needed by the Foundation staff due to holidays and the amount of booksthat need to be shipped. The books will be shipped to the address used to register for the meeting.
  • 9. powerpoint handouts 9 Handouts All speakers are required to provide handouts of their PowerPoint presentations. All hand-outs received in advance of the course will be compiled into an easy-to-follow, three-ringbinder, which will be distributed to each attendee during check-in. Any additional handoutspresented during the course will be posted on the Foundation’s website for you to download.The purpose of the handouts is to guide attendees in taking notes; speakers are apt to presentaccompanying information not contained in them. The handouts are NOT available forsale as they are intended to be used along with the lectures as a supplemental study aid. Early Access to HandoutsThe Foundation will be offering early access to the Review Course PowerPoint handouts— • From February 8, 2013, through July 1, 2013, attendees who have registered for either the Review or Recertification Course can download PDF files of the Power- Point presentations. • Ability to download full-color, one slide per page, versions of the PowerPoints from the meeting. • Three-ring binder of black and white handouts (six slides per page) will still be received at the conference itself or mailed in advance to online participants. • More information and details on how to access the PDFs, will be included with the confirmation email that you receive once your registration has been received and processed.
  • 10. 10 bbtn & board-master Boards by the Numbers® softwareINCLUDED WITH ALL REVIEW COURSE REGISTRATIONS: An easy-to-use software programdesigned to help podiatrists prepare for the American Board of Podiatric Surgery exam. The software, aWindows-based product, is endorsed by The Podiatry Institute. It includes a comprehensive set of (boardsfocused) notes (over 300 pages) by The Podiatry Institute; state-of-the-art graphics (MRIs, X-rays, colorpictures); practice exams (over 600 questions); and an Oral section designed to help you develop an orga-nized approach to the Oral exam, including an overview of the new CBPS (computer-based patient simula-tion) software. The program is downloaded from the Internet (not on a CD). Visit Certifiable Inc.’s websiteat www.certifiable.com or call (513) 347-0004 for more information.Important Information and Requirements:• A one-year subscription for only one computer is included with full-course registration. Information ondownloading and activating your subscription will be available at the Review Course. You must downloadand activate your subscription by July 1, 2013. The down-load page will not be available after this date.• You must provide a valid email address when you registeror you will not receive a subscription to Boards by the Num-bers (BBTN).• If you are interested in purchasing the software withoutregistering or if you are registered for the RecertificationCourse only and want to purchase the software, call AnthonyE. Dallalio, DPM, FACFAS, at the number listed above.• The software requires Windows XP, Windows Vista, ormost recently Windows 7, and a high-speed Internet con-nection for download and a one-time activation of the software. Internet connection is not necessary afteractivation.• The program is not available for Apple/MAC computers/iPads or iPhones and will not run even with PCemulation software on a MAC. Board-Master, CBPS Practice QuestionsINCLUDED WITH ALL FULL-PRICE REVIEW COURSE REGISTRATIONS, NOT RESI-DENTS: The Board-Master, Computer-Based Patient Simulation (CBPS) software, is designed to prepareyou for the new format of the Mock Oral questions. CBPS practice questions comprise a substantialportion of the surgical board exams. Navigating them successfully is critical to becoming Board Certified.Board-Master software is singularly geared to teach you how to navigate these types of questions confi-dently. At the time of registration for the meeting, you will be able to request either two rearfoot or threeforefoot questions. Both Classroom and Online Review Course attendees will receive access to CBPSquestions through the Board-Master website. Information about the set of questions will be available atthe course, and you will receive an email with access information after the conclusion of the meeting.Residents and Recertification course attendees do not receive these questions, but they can be purchaseddirectly from Board-Master at www.podiatrysurgicalboardreview.com. Questions about the software canbe directed to admin@podiatrysurgicalboardreview.com.
  • 11. mock orals 11 Mock Oral Consultations INCLUDED WITH ALL REVIEW COURSE REGISTRATIONS: Mock Oral Consultations are scheduled in 30-minute time blocks from 8:00 was p.m.–11:00 p.m. on Friday, February 22. Each “The course ew classroom attendee (except Recert attendees) revi an ex cellent l in participating in the Board Review can receive up eria of the mat of the to two questions per consultation—one Computer- tion prepara am.” one verbal question culled from the Foundation’s Based Patient Simulation (CBPS) question, and oral ex oard B library of questions. Registrants are not automati- —2012 endee Att cally signed up for their complimentary mock oral Review consult. When you register online, you are re- quired to choose whether you want to take advan- tage of this or opt-out. One additional consult, with up to two more questions, may be pur- chased at $250.Mock Orals ONLY For registrants who do not want to attend the entire Review Course, but areinterested in taking just the mock orals, a Mock Orals Only Track is offeredfor $475. This includes two, 30-minute consultations during which you’llreceive two Computer-Based Patient Simulation questions (CBPS), and twoverbal questions culled from the Foundation’s library of questions. One ad-ditional consult, with up to two more questions, may be purchased at $250.These sessions are scheduled at random on Friday, February 22, between 8:00p.m.–11:00 p.m. Participants are also invited to attend the Anatomy of a Ques-tion lecture, 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m., prior to the mock orals. CE Contact HoursARE NOT AVAILABLE for the Mock Orals Only Track. Mock Orals ONLYparticipants will also receive the CBPS questions, as described at the bottomof page 10.
  • 12. 12 how to take written exam “How to Take a Written, Multiple Choice Examination” Lecture Presented by George Vito, DPM Saturday, 6:15 p.m.–7:15 p.m. (0 CE Contact Hours) All attendees are invited to take part in this lecture to aid in preparing for themock written exam for certification or recertification. This includes aquestion and answer session and a sample examination with an answer key.At the conclusion of the 2013 Review Courseattendees will learn:(1) A comprehensive, intensive review of podiatric medicine for those seeking board certification or recertification.(2) Preparation for the ABPS and ABPOPPM written and oral examinations.(3) Simulation of the mock oral examination process with realistic one-on-one exam consultations. fortable “I felt much more com and better prepared.” Attendee —2012 Board Review31.25 CE Contact Hours: The William L. Goldfarb Founda-tion is approved by the Council on Podiatric Medical Education as a sponsor ofcontinuing education in podiatric medicine. This course has been approvedfor 31.25 continuing education contact hours. While most states recognizeand accept CPME approval of courses by approved sponsors, it is the attendee’sresponsibility to know his/her state’s CME requirements.
  • 13. online lecture library 13 Purchase & watch online at www.goldfarbfoundation.org The Online Lecture Library contains lectures recorded during previous Review Courses over several years. The purpose of the Lecture Library is to provide study aids to those preparing for their ABPS/ABPOPPM exams but cannot participate in the Review Course. These lectures are also a great way to earn a lesser amount of CE Contact Hours for re-licensure purposes. The lectures range from .5 (1/2 hour) to 2.25 CE Contact Hours (2 hours, 15 minutes). From the time of purchase, you will have 30 days to watch the lecture (viewed on the Foundation’s website) and complete the quiz to earn the credits. A sampling of the lectures offered is listed below: CE Contact Lecture Faculty Price Hour .5 Bone Healing Henry DeGroot, MD $15.00 .75 Bone Tumors Henry DeGroot, MD $22.50 .75 Dermatology Tracey Vlahovic, DPM $15.00 1 Diabetic Foot Infections and James McGuire, DPM $30.00 Diabetes .75 First Ray Deformities Jane Pontious, DPM $22.50 1 Medical Imaging Jeff Dunkerley, DPM $30.00 .5 Plastic Surgery Michael Baumholtz, MD $15.00 1 Rearfoot and Ankle Surgery Bronwyn Wilke, DPM $30.00 .5 Soft Tissue Masses Jane Pontious, DPM $15.00 .5 Tendons/Tendon Transfers Jason Miller, DPM $15.00 2.25 Traumatology Jason Miller, DPM $67.50 .5 Ulcer Management/ Wound Healing James McGuire, DPM $15.00
  • 14. 14 faculty MICHAEL BAUMHOLTZ, MD • PHILADELPHIA, PA Received his MD degree from Jefferson Medical College, Phila-delphia, PA, in 2000; Fellow, American College of Surgeons (FACS); Currently, Assistant Professor, Surgery, TempleUniversity School of Medicine, Philadelphia.HENRY DEGROOT, III, MD • NEWTON, MA Clinical Associate Professor, Dept. of Orthopedics & Physical Rehabili-tation, University of Massachusetts Medical School; Clinical Instructor of Orthopedics, Tufts University Medical School;Fellow, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons; Member, American Orthopedic Foot & Ankle Society; PrivatePractice, Orthopaedic Surgery.JEFF DUNKERLEY, DPM • YORK, PA Diplomate, American Board of Podiatric Surgery—Reconstructive Rearfoot/Ankle Surgery; Chief, Division of Podiatric Surgery, York Hospital, York, PA; Medical Director, Foot & Ankle SurgicalCenter; Private Practice, Martin Foot & Ankle, York, PA.EDWIN S. HART, III, DPM • BETHLEHEM, PA Diplomate, American Board of Podiatric Surgery; Diplomate, Ameri-can Board of Podiatric Orthopedics & Primary Podiatric Medicine; Fellow, American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons;Teaching Staff, St. Luke’s Hospital Podiatric Residency Program, Bethlehem, PA; Treasurer, William L. Goldfarb Foun-dation; Private Practice, Bethlehem, PA.ZIAD LABBAD, MD, DPM • PHILADELPHIA, PA Graduated from TUSPM in 2003; Assistant Professor, Departmentof Podiatric Medicine & Orthopedics, TUSPM.JOHN MARTY, MS, DPM • KITTANNING, PA Diplomate, American Board of Podiatric Surgery; Fellow, AmericanCollege of Foot & Ankle Surgeons; Board Certified Wound Care Specialist, American Academy of Wound Management;President, The William L. Goldfarb Foundation; Private Practice, Ankle & Foot Care, Inc.JAMES B. MCGUIRE, DPM • PHILADELPHIA, PA Diplomate, American Board of Podiatric Surgery; Diplomate,American Board of Podiatric Orthopedics & Primary Podiatric Medicine; Director, Advanced Wound Healing Center.JASON R. MILLER, DPM • HARLEYSVILLE, PA Diplomate, American Board of Podiatric Surgery—Foot & Recon-structive Rearfoot/Ankle Surgery; Chief, Section of Podiatry, Northeastern Hospital; Associate, Pennsylvania OrthopaedicCenter.JASON A. PIRAINO, DPM, MS • DELRAN, NJ Assistant Professor, Specialization: Foot & Ankle Trauma, Pediatrics,and Rearfoot Reconstruction, TUSPM; Diplomate, American Board of Podiatric Surgery—Foot & Reconstructive Rearfoot/Ankle Surgery.MARK P. SCHMELTZ, DO • EDWARDSBURG, MI Board Certified, American College of Osteopathic Family Physi-cians; Staff Physician, Edwardsburg Family edicine; Instructor, Fundamental HIV/AIDS for Professionals.NICOLE TESTANI, DPM • CENTREVILLE, VA Graduated from TUSPM in 2001; Completed her residency at Our Ladyof Lourdes in New York; Diplomate, American Board of Podiatric Surgery; Currently resides in Virginia.TRACEY VLAHOVIC, DPM • PHILADELPHIA, PA Diplomate, American Board of Podiatric Surgery; Completed firstfellowship in Dermatology in the U.S. for Podiatrists at St. Luke’s Hospital, Bethlehem, PA; Instructor, Dermatology,TUSPM, Philadelphia, PA.KENDRICK WHITNEY, DPM • PHILADELPHIA, PA Assistant Professor, Department of Orthopedics, TUSPM; Diplo-mate, American Board of Podiatric Orthopedics & Primary Podiatric Medicine; Fellow, American College of Foot & AnkleOrthopedics and Medicine.GEORGE VITO, DPM • WINSTON-SALEM, NC Fellow, American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons; Diplomate,American Board of Podiatric Surgery; Fellow, American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons; Private Practice.BRONWYN WILKE, DPM • YORK, PA Graduated from OCPM in 2000; Diplomate, American Board of Podiatric Sur-gery; Fellow, American College of Foot & Ankle Surgeons; Associate, Martin Foot & Ankle, York, PA.
  • 15. registration fees 15 register at goldfarbfoundation.orgALL REGISTRATIONS FOR THIS MEETING MUST BE DONE THROUGH THE FOUNDATIONS WEBSITE.Forms of payment accepted: VISA, MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS, and DISCOVER.Review Fees (Thurs. – Sun.)CLASSROOMRegistration Level/Registration Date January 15 and before January 16 and afterAPMA Member $1,225 $1,300Non-APMA Member $1,425 $1,500Resident $725 $725ONLINERegistration Level/Registration Date January 15 and before January 16 – February 1*APMA Member $1,250 $1,325Non-APMA Member $1,450 $1,525Resident $800 $800Recertification Fees (Sat. & Sun.)CLASSROOMRegistration Level/Registration Date January 15 and before January 16 and afterAPMA Member $700 $775Non-APMA Member $900 $975Discounted Study Guide $250 $250Study Guide Shipped in Advance $275 $275ONLINERegistration Level/Registration Date January 15 and before January 16 – February 1*APMA Member $725 $800Non-APMA Member $925 $1,000Discounted Study Guide $250 $250Study Guide Shipped in Advance $275 $275*PLEASE NOTE that the last day to register for the online meeting is Friday, February 1, 2013. Registrations forthe online meeting will not be accepted after this date.12th Edition, Foundation Study Guide $360 (includes $10 S&H)—for those NOT participating in the Review/Recert courses.Visit www.goldfarbfoundation.org to order. Post-Review Course Lectures Available OnlineParticipants in the 2013 Board Review Course (online and classroom formats) will have an opportunity topurchase the recorded lectures after the conference at a cost of only $100. More information and a discountcode will be made available during the Review Course.Confirmation Emails will be sent to ALL ATTENDEES. If you do not receive a confirmationemail within two weeks of registering, call the Goldfarb Foundation to verify registration was received.Cancellations All cancellations must be in writing. A nonrefundable $100 administrative fee willbe charged for ALL cancellations. NO REFUNDS will be given for NO-SHOWS or cancellations receivedafter FEBRUARY 1, 2013. Any special food requests must be made by FEBRUARY 1, 2013.
  • 16. William L. Goldfarb Foundation for Education &Research of the Lower Extremity, Inc. NON-PROFIT ORG U.S. POSTAGE757 Poplar Church Rd. P A I DCamp Hill, PA 17011 Harrisburg, PA Permit #776DON’T FORGET TOREGISTER:NOVEMBER 2012 • VALLEY FORGE40th Annual GoldfarbFoundation Clinical ConferenceValley Forge Casino ResortKing of Prussia, PANovember 8–11, 201225 CE Contact HoursDECEMBER 2012 • ANNAPOLISAnnapolis Conference: Wounds,Bones & BaggageHistoric Inns of AnnapolisAnnapolis, MDDecember 7–9 , 201212 CE Contact Hours