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  1. 1. Table of Contents http://www.sandiego.org/plan-your-trip/travel-guides/vacation-planning.aspx Destination Information.......2 Schedule-at-a-Glance...........18 Hotel Information.................4 Registration...........................19 Obesity Medicine Certification Review Course.......................6 Connect ABOM Exam for Obesity Interested in keeping up with the latest Medicine Physicians.............8 updates from the Society? Follow @ASBP_ORG on Twitter. Also, ASBP membersPlan Your Stay in San Diego at Nutrition & Metabolism may join the conversation and connect to the Society Symposium...............9 ASBP Group on LinkedIn as well as a variety of special interest subgroups. Obesity Course......................10 Remember to Tweet about the About ASBP Membership.....13 ASBP Spring Conference with the Twitter hashtag: #obesitymedicine Membership Application......14 Special thanks to these sponsors of the ASBP 2013 Spring Obesity Conference Diamond Sponsor Sponsor Sponsor Bronze Gold Learn More at www.San Diego.org 2013 Spring Obesity Conference |3| American Society of Bariatric Physicians® Photo Credit: San Diego Tourism Authority© 2013 Spring Obesity Conference |2| American Society of Bariatric Physicians® 2013 Spring Obesity Conference |3| American Society of Bariatric Physicians®
  2. 2. American Society of Bariatric Physicians® Reserve your room today and stay 2821 S. Parker Road, Ste. 625 l Aurora, CO 80014-2735 Phone: 303.770.2526 l Fax: 303.779.4834 l www.asbp.org on-property at the ® Executive Committee Accreditation Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego David Bryman, D.O. (President) Eric Westman, M.D., M.H.S. (President-elect) ASBP is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical educa- during the ASBP Spring Conference! Deborah Bade Horn, D.O., M.P.H., F.A.S.B.P. (Vice President) tion (CME) for physicians. Please note the following accreditation Wendy Scinta, M.D., M.S. (Secretary/Treasurer) statements: Larry Richardson, M.D., F.A.S.B.P. (Chairman) • ASBP designates the live activities within the ASBP Spring Conference Trustees for a maximum of 30 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians Jeffrey Lawrence, M.D., M.S.P.H., Sc.D. (2011-13) should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their Richard Lindquist, M.D., A.B.F.M., F.A.A.S.P. (2012-14) participation in the activity. William McCarthy, M.D. (2011-13) • Application for CME credit has been filed with the American Academy Craig Primack, M.D., F.A.A.P. (2012-14) of Family Physicians. Determination of credit is pending. Brian Sabowitz, M.D., M.S., F.A.C.P. (2011-13) • ASBP has requested that the AOA Council on Continuing Medical Jennifer Seger, M.D. (2012-14) Education approve this program for 30 credits of AOA Category 2-A CME credits. Approval is currently pending. Symposium CME Task Force Harold Seim, M.D., M.P.H., F.A.S.B.P. - CME Program Director, Chairman Craig Primack, M.D., F.A.A.P. - Obesity Medicine Certification Review Course Chairman About Michael Bateman, D.O. Founded in 1950, the American Society of Bariatric Physicians Crystal Broussard, M.D. (www.asbp.org) is the oldest medical association dedicated to Krishna Doniparthi, M.D. the treatment of obesity and associated diseases. The Society is Charles Halliman a collaborative organization that provides its members practical Karen Holtmeier, M.P.H., R.D., L.N. information and business tools to implement a successful medical Deborah Bade Horn, D.O., M.P.H., F.A.S.B.P. bariatric practice. The society is committed to offering the best Donald Layman, Ph.D. practices and most comprehensive clinical approaches for Richard Lindquist, M.D., A.B.F.M., F.A.A.S.P. medical treatment through its education, advocacy and member Dana Mansell development. Many ASBP members are recognized as experts in William McCarthy, M.D. the field of obesity medicine. Jeremy McConnell, M.D. Copyright Timothy McCormick, D.O., M.P.H. ©2013 by the American Society of Bariatric Physicians. All rights Daisy Merey, M.D., Ph.D. reserved. Materials may not be reproduced or translated without Scott Rigden, M.D., F.A.A.F.P., F.A.S.B.P. written permission. Call 303.770.2526 or send an e-mail to Jennifer Seger, M.D. heidi@asbp.org to request permission. Laurie Traetow, CAE Advertising DisclaimerASBP conference rates start at only $199+taxes/night! Eric Westman, M.D., M.H.S. J. Warren Willey, D.O. Under a policy approved by the ASBP Executive Committee and Exhibitor/Advertiser Review Committee, commercial companies Staff ake your reservation online via an ASBP-exclusive may apply to advertise in Society publications. Approval does not M Laurie Traetow, CAE - Executive Director imply the Societys endorsement or official recognition of particular link at www.obesitymedicineconference.org or call Colin Bennett - Director of Events & Corporate Sponsorships products and/or services. the Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego central Carly Crosby - Administrative Intern reservations team at 1.800.233.1234 and mention Heidi Gordon - Director of Marketing & Communications Program Note "ASBP Obesity Conference." Anna Hansen - Membership Manager Please note this program is subject to change. Photo Credit: Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego© Dana Mansell - CME Director & Business Manager Stacy Schmidt, Ph.D. - Health Director 2013 Spring Obesity Conference |4| American Society of Bariatric Physicians® 2013 Spring Obesity Conference |5| American Society of Bariatric Physicians®
  3. 3. Obesity Medicine Certification Review Course NOTE: Italicized times and titles indicate activity is not eligible for CME credit through the Society. Who Should Attend? 3:30-4 p.m. Question-and-Answer Session 8:45-9:45 a.m. Endocrine (Jeffrey Sicat, M.D., F.A.C.E.) 2:45-3:15 p.m. Evaluation • Obesity medicine physicians preparing for the • Review the ATP III Criteria, WHO Criteria and 2005 International (Inge Ferguson, D.O., F.A.C.O.I.) American Board of Obesity Medicine examination. 4-4:30 p.m. Quality Assurance in a Diabetes Federation Definition of metabolic syndrome • Review the components of a bariatric history and • Physicians, nurse practitioners and physician Bariatric Practice (Ethan Lazarus, M.D.) • Review the pathophysiology, etiology and prevalence physical exam, including relevant laboratory and assistants interested in incorporating obesity • Learn how to recognize and manage weight bias of insulin resistance and the metabolic complications diagnostic tests for bariatric patients medicine as part of an existing practice. • Discuss office policies and protocols related to obesity care associated with it, including treatment options • Provide a diagnostic reference guide for new bariatricians Accreditation Details • Introduce Physician Personal Health Behaviors • ASBP designates this live educational activity for (role modeling) 9:45-10:45 a.m. Behavior & Long-term Relapse 3:15-3:45 p.m. Pharmacotherapy: Part 2 a maximum of 13 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Prevention: Part 1 (Machiel Kennedy, M.D.) (Ed J. Hendricks, M.D., F.A.S.B.P.) • Application for CME credit has been filed with 4:30-5 p.m. The Adipocyte • Perform a comprehensive behavioral assessment the American Academy of Family Physicians. (Eric Westman, M.D., M.H.S.) 3:45-4:15 Exhibit Hall Break Determination of credit is pending. • Tailor individual treatment and target problem areas • Review the structure and physiology of the fat cell, for change • ASBP has requested that the AOA Council on including the effects of adipokines 4:15-5 p.m. Gut Hormones in Regulation & Continuing Medical Education approve this • Use tools to assess readiness for change and Treatment of Obesity & Its Co-morbidities program for 13 credits of AOA Category 2-A CME 5-6 p.m. Physical Activity resistance, including the Transtheoretical Model (Inge Ferguson, D.O., F.A.C.O.I.) credits. Approval is currently pending. (Deborah Bade Horn, D.O., M.P.H., F.A.S.B.P.) • Understand and employ basic motivational • Review the role of ghrelin in obesity • Review the differences among physical activity, exercise interviewing techniques • Identify the hormonal contribution of the small intestine to satiety Wednesday, April 24 and non-exercise activity thermogenesis • Be familiar with different types of behavioral therapy • Discuss the role of pancreatic hormones in obesity 1 p.m. – 6 p.m. and a lifestyle approach • Review basic science of musculoskeletal anatomy and physiology1-2 p.m. Health Consequences of Obesity • Review the role of non-weight-related benefits of • Understand the efficacy of meal replacements for 5-6 p.m. Surgery(Allen Rader, M.D., F.A.S.B.P.) an active lifestyle, including a significant reduction of weight loss and maintenance (Thomas W. Clark, M.D., F.A.C.S., M.S.) • Review the health consequences of obesity coronary artery disease and all-cause mortality • Understand the critical components of maintenance • Discuss the post-operative anatomy and its impact on nutrition • Discuss genetic, cultural and lifestyle/behavioral causes of obesity • Review the evidence involving physical activity and its • Identify appropriate laboratory evaluation of post-operative patients • Review obesity-related co-morbid conditions, such as 10:45-11:15 a.m. Exhibit Hall Break • Review vitamin deficiencies and replacement therapies for each role in weight loss and weight-loss maintenancediabetes, sleep apnea, cancers, arthritis, cardiovascular disease, 11:15-11:45 a.m. Behavior & Long-term Relapse • Identify immediate post-operative complicationsgallbladder disease and psychosocial aspects of obesity Thursday, April 25 Prevention: Part 2 (Machiel Kennedy, M.D.) • Review medication adjustments post-operatively • Review long-term post-operative complications and therapy2-2:30 p.m. Central Nervous System Regulation of 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. 11:45 a.m.-12:45 p.m. NutritionWeight (Richard Lindquist, M.D., A.B.F.M., F.A.A.S.P.) 7-8 a.m. Breakfast with the Experts (Ethan Lazarus, M.D.) 6-6:15 p.m. American Board of Obesity• Identify and understand roles of orexigens and anorexigens Join fellow attendees for a unique opportunity to get • Review the basic terms and concepts of daily energy Medicine Certification Exam Overview• Review the role of the melanocortin receptor in obesity your questions answered by experts from across a requirements, including the function, significant food ABOM Vice Chair John Cleek, M.D., will provide an• Describe the balance between orexigens and anorexigens spectrum of topics that may affect your practice of sources and relevant deficiency and excess symptoms of overview of the Certification Examination for Obesity• Discuss the right-brain theory of obesity obesity medicine. the macronutrients (carbohydrate, protein and fat) and Medicine Physicians and allow time to answer audience micronutrients (vitamins and minerals) questions about the process.2:30-3:30 p.m. Childhood & Adolescent Obesity 8-8:45 a.m. Diet (Eric Westman, M.D., M.H.S.)(Wendy Scinta, M.D., M.S.) • Review several areas of nutrition essential for every 6-7 p.m. Exhibit Hall Reception • Review and compare the various types of diets used to bariatric practice• Review age-related components in diagnosis, including treat the bariatric patientuse of body mass index (BMI) charts and discussions • Discuss the advantages and disadvantages to various diets 12:45-1:45 p.m. Exhibit Hall Lunchwith parents; lab evaluation; special elements of family, and necessary precautions in the use of the various diet plans,past medical history and review of systems; and physical including information to develop an individualized dietary 1:45-2:45 p.m. Pharmacotherapy: Part 1examination weight-loss program (Ed J. Hendricks, M.D., F.A.S.B.P.)• Discuss most commonly seen age-specific co-morbidities • Discuss mechanisms of actions, indications,and their relationship to coding for reimbursement contraindications and side effects of currently approved• Discuss evidence-based treatment for pediatric obesity with anti-obesity agentsresource recommendations for practitioners, children affected • Review a variety of drug combinations for obesity treatmentby obesity and families 2013 Spring Obesity Conference |6| American Society of Bariatric Physicians® 2013 Spring Obesity Conference |7| American Society of Bariatric Physicians®
  4. 4. Nutrition & Metabolism Society Symposium NOTE: Italicized times and titles indicate activity is not eligible for CME credit through the Society.Certification Examination for Informational Note: The American Society of Bariatric Physicians is pleased to offer the following continuing medical education activity in cooperation with the Nutrition & Metabolism Society (NMS) Symposium. NMS believes specifically that the therapeutic potential of carbohydrate- restricted diets for the treatment of diseases and obesity is under-investigated and under-utilized. NMS supports research in this area with theObesity Medicine Physicians goal of improving the lives of those suffering from these conditions. It is the mission of NMS to improve the current and inadequate nutrition guidelines and to see that sound scientific information is provided for the public. Learn more about NMS at www.nmsociety.org. Who Should Attend? 11:25 a.m.–12:20 p.m. Food Patterns Associated Exam Dates: • Obesity medicine physicians, nurse practitioners and with Health Outcomes (Theresa Nicklas, Dr.P.H.) December 7th – 14th, 2013 physician assistants • Clinicians with a specific interest in exploring An evaluation of the implications of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey data for health risks and an carbohydrate-restricted diets as a treatment module examination of new information about how food patterns Accreditation Details may be associated with health risks. • ASBP designates this live educational activity for aAn obesity medicine a comprehensive approach, maximum of 7.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. 12:20–1:20 p.m. NMS Awards Luncheonphysician is a physician with and may include additional • Application for CME credit has been filed with the American Academy of Family Physicians. 1:20 - 2:15 p.m. The Role of Carbohydrates inexpertise in the sub-specialty resources such as nutritionists, Determination of credit is pending. Metabolic Disorders: A Historical Perspectiveof obesity medicine. exercise physiologists, • ASBP has requested that the AOA Council on (Gary Taubes, M.S.) psychologists and bariatric Continuing Medical Education approve this program A review of the history and current debate about the impact for 7.5 credits of AOA Category 2-A CME credits. of carbohydrates in health risks for obesity, diabetes andThis sub-specialty requires surgeons as indicated to achieve Approval is currently pending. cardiovascular disease.competency in and a thorough optimal results. Additionally, Thursday, April 25 2:15–3:10 p.m. Dietary Macronutrients Alter Gutunderstanding of the treatment the obesity medicine physician 8 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Microbiome & Inflammatory Outcomesof obesity and the genetic, maintains competency in 7-8 a.m. Breakfast with the Experts (Suzanne Devkota, Ph.D.)biologic, environmental, social, providing pre- peri- and post- Join fellow attendees for a unique opportunity to get your A review of the role of gut bacteria in host physiologyand behavioral factors that surgical care of bariatric questions answered by experts from across a spectrum of with focus on new information about energy balance andcontribute to obesity. The obesity surgery patients, promotes topics that may affect your practice of obesity medicine. immune responses.medicine physician employs the prevention of obesity, and 8-9 a.m. Clinical Efficacy of Different Macronutrients 3:10–3:40 p.m. Exhibit Hall Breaktherapeutic interventions advocates for those who suffer for Weight Control (Arne Astrup, M.D., D.M.Sc.) 3:40–4:35 p.m. Impact of Dietary Protein on A review of the current debate about the importance of theincluding diet, physical activity, from obesity. Appetite Control, Satiety & Reward-driven Eating macronutrient composition of the diet and its relationship tobehavioral change, and Behavior (Heather Leidy, Ph.D.) calorie intake and weight management. A discussion about the effects of protein consumption on thepharmacotherapy. The obesity For more information visit 9-10 a.m. Dietary Protein, Muscle Thermogenesis & hormonal and neural signals controlling appetite and satiety,medicine physician utilizes www.abom.org Body Composition (Donald K. Layman, Ph.D.) presenting new information about brain responses to food An exploration of the importance of the quantity and quality of stimuli and resulting snack patterns. protein at individual meals and the impact of post-meal muscle 4:35–5:30 p.m. Comparing Fuels for Exercise, protein synthesis on energy expenditure and changes in body fat. Fitness & Performance (Jeff Volek, Ph.D.) 10-10:30 a.m. Exhibit Hall Break The speaker will evaluate the importance of dietary carbohydrates for physical activity and examine the impact of 10:30-11:25 a.m. Impact of Saturated Fats vs. Carbohydrates varying metabolic fuel use on health and performance. on Blood Lipids & CVD Risk (Patty Siri-Tarino, Ph.D.) T 303.770.9100 | F 303.770.9104 A review of the impact of saturated fat, polyunsaturated fat, 5:30-7 p.m. Exhibit Hall Reception and carbohydrates on cardiovascular disease risk, including recent data suggesting that saturated fat’s effects on blood lipoproteins vary according to its food sources. 2013 Spring Obesity Conference |8| American Society of Bariatric Physicians® 2013 Spring Obesity Conference |9| American Society of Bariatric Physicians®
  5. 5. Obesity Course NOTE: Italicized times and titles indicate activity is not eligible for CME credit through the Society. Who Should Attend? 8:45-9:30 a.m. Unmet Needs of the Bariatric 2:15-3 p.m. Affordable Care Act: Keynote Session • Obesity medicine physicians, nurse practitioners Practice & Ways the American Medical What Does It Mean for Obesity Medicine? 8-8:45 a.m. Change Your Brain, Change Your and physician assistants. Association (AMA) Can be of Help (Christopher Gallagher) Body: Neuroimaging Subtypes of Obesity • Practitioners interested in developing an obesity (Ethan Lazarus, M.D. & Jeremy Lazarus, M.D.) ASBP Advocacy Advisor Chris Gallagher will discuss the (Daniel Amen, M.D.) medicine practice. This discussion will address specific needs of the obesity impact of the Affordable Care Act on patient access to A description of five different types of obesity and natural Accreditation Details medicine physician and ways AMA is advocating for and coverage of obesity treatment services as states move supplement and medication treatments for each type, • ASBP designates this live educational activity for improvement. The talk will be presented jointly by Dr. forward on setting up health exchange plans. Recent efforts based on an extensive clinical and brain imaging database. a maximum of 17 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Ethan Lazarus, a bariatrician with more than ten years at the federal level to address coverage of new U.S. Food & • Application for CME credit has been filed with 8:45-9:45 a.m. Scientific Rationale Behind “Fringe” the American Academy of Family Physicians. of experience, and AMA President Dr. Jeremy Lazarus. Drug Administration-approved obesity medications in both public and private health plans will also be highlighted. Concepts in Obesity Management: Fun with Fat Determination of credit is pending. 9:30-10:15 a.m. Exhibit Hall Break (Harold Bays, M.D., F.A.C.P., F.A.C.E., F.N.L.A.) • ASBP has requested that the AOA Council on 3-3:45 p.m. Exhibit Hall Break A discussion that will describe why patients are Continuing Medical Education approve this 10:15-11 a.m. Microbes and Gut Health: A New Target program for 17 credits of AOA Category 2-A CME overweight, what the best diets are for losing weight and for Tailored Therapies (Suzanne Devkota, Ph.D.) 3:45-4:45 p.m. Why We Get Sick: A History of credits. Approval is currently pending. the role of exercise. A discussion on the evolution of our understanding of Carbohydrates, Diets & Disease (Gary Taubes, M.S.) Friday, April 26 the role of microbes in health and disease, specifically A discussion of how restricting carbohydrates for weight 9:45-10 a.m. Break regarding inflammation and metabolism. Current reduction is becoming a more conventional practice but 8 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. 10-10:45 a.m. Tailoring Behavioral Change research implicating commensal bacteria as a target for that there may be more to be gained. For the past 1506:30-7:15 a.m. Walk with the Doc individualized therapy will be evaluated. years, observers have linked chronic diseases to some Techniques to Specific Patient Challenges in(Deborah Bade Horn, D.O., M.P.H., F.A.S.B.P.) aspect of the Western diet and lifestyle. Should refined Weight Loss (Brent Van Dorsten, Ph.D.)Join fellow conference attendees for a guided power 11 a.m.-Noon Meal Thresholds Define Optimum grains and sugars be the prime suspects? Behavioral modification techniques have been onewalk while enjoying the sun and water of San Diego! Dietary Protein and Carbohydrate Intakes of the cornerstones of treatment for weight loss andLearn the basics of resistance tubing: safety, physical (Donald K. Layman, Ph.D.) 4:45-5:30 p.m. Eating Disorders in Bariatric weight-loss maintenance. Individual challenges mayactivity choices and interaction with the environment. An evaluation of new research concepts defining specific Patients (Kerri Boutelle, Ph.D.) necessitate modifying the usual techniques. This session amounts of protein required at individual meals to A discussion that describes the prevalence and assessment will review behavioral modification techniques empirically7:15-8 a.m. Breakfast & VIVUS Product Theater: achieve body composition changes in adults. Optimum of eating disorders in adults and adolescents, including the demonstrated to address individual weight-loss challenges.Chronic Management of Obesity - The Role of a protein and carbohydrate intakes are defined as a meal- current empirically supported treatments and outcomes.Unique, Once-daily Treatment by-meal metabolic balance of macronutrients. How physicians can intervene in their offices and find 10:45-11:45 a.m. Adiposopathy & the PathogenicThis presentation will evaluate the impact of obesity, appropriate referral sources also will be touched upon. Potential of Adipose Tissue: Why “Sick Fat” Makesdiscuss clinical guidelines and highlight the evolving Noon-1 p.m. Exhibit Hall Lunch You Sick (Harold Bays, M.D., F.A.C.P., F.A.C.E., F.N.L.A.)treatment landscape in obesity. An interactive, case- 6-7 p.m. ASBP New Member Reception A discussion of how adiposity contributes to fat 1-2:15 p.m. Psychological Strategies for Join ASBP leadership and new members for networking.based approach will be utilized to illustrate the role of dysfunction and metabolic disease and how weight-loss Effective Weight Loss (John Gray, Ph.D.)a combination pharmacotherapy for chronic weight improves both of these areas. A discussion of how the quality of communication andmanagement. our personal relationships affect how well we cope Saturday, April 27 11:45-12:30 p.m. Benefits of Behavior Change: Keynote Opening Session with the stress of our lives. Understanding “men are 8 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Ancillary Lessons from the LookAHEAD Study 8-8:45 a.m. Drugs, Devices & Dependencies: from Mars; women are from Venus” and learning new 6:30-7:15 a.m. Patient-centered Physical Activity (Brent Van Dorsten, Ph.D.) Pre-/Post-operative Considerations for the communication skills can and will directly lower cortisol (Deborah Bade Horn, D.O., M.P.H., F.A.S.B.P.) A review of data from more than 80 scientific articles Bariatric Surgery Patient levels. Through lowering stress hormones and balancing An introduction to stability balls, resistance tubing and stretch from the LookAHEAD Study, comparing intensive lifestyle (Christopher D. Still, D.O., F.A.C.N., F.A.C.P.) blood sugar, weight loss is dramatically facilitated. straps that can assist patients in adopting physical activity. intervention of dietary change and activity increase on A review of pertinent and appropriate pre- and post- weight loss and cardiovascular risk factor reduction. The 7:15-8 a.m. Breakfast with the Experts discussion will also review results of effects on several operative medical management considerations for the Join fellow attendees for a unique opportunity to get your obesity-related health issues, including sleep apnea, bariatric surgical patient. questions answered by experts from across a spectrum of sexual dysfunction and physical functioning. topics that may affect your practice of obesity medicine. continued g 2013 Spring Obesity Conference |10| American Society of Bariatric Physicians® 2013 Spring Obesity Conference |11| American Society of Bariatric Physicians®
  6. 6. Obesity Course NOTE: Italicized times and titles indicate activity is not eligible for CME credit through the Society.12:30-1:45 p.m. ABOM Diplomate Recognition Sunday, April 28Ceremony & State of the Society Luncheon More than 1,600 of your colleagues already know the secret to 8 a.m. – Noon improving their success in treating patients affected by obesity. Join The W.L. Asher, M.D. & Peter Linder, M.D. Lecture 7:15-8 a.m. Networking Breakfast ® 1:45-2:30 p.m. The Straight Dope on more than 1,600 of your fellow obesity medicine colleagues Cholesterol (Peter Attia, M.D.) Keynote Session who have made the commitment to be part of a collective Cholesterol is one of the most misunderstood 8-8:45 a.m. Changes in Reward Value of voice fighting obesity through the American Society of molecules in the human body. This session will explain Calorie-dense Food after Gastric Bypass Bariatric Physicians. The Society and the field of obesity how the body creates, moves and utilizes this vital (Carel Le Roux, M.R.C.P., Ph.D.) medicine have changed drastically during the past few years, and membership now offers molecule and how what you eat can tip the balance in A discussion of how surgical treatments for obesity result more valuable benefits than ever before! your favor. By the end of this talk, you will know more in long-term weight-loss maintenance through reduction Would you like immediate answers to your obesity medicine questions? about cholesterol than most physicians in the country. in calorie intake and how physiological changes in More than 400 of the Societys members are currently networking and exchanging information on the the reward centers of the brain driven by peripherally members-only ASBP Group on LinkedIn. This is an excellent way for you to expand your knowledge and2:30-3:15 p.m. Wireless Health Approaches generated neural and hormonal signals from the gut may treatment options throughout the year! In addition, the Society produces a members-exclusive weeklyto Health Behavior Measurement and mediate this effect. e-newsletter that helps you stay informed on current obesity news, advocacyIntervention: Applications in Obesity and Other 8:45-9:30 a.m. System Engineering for Pediatric issues, resources and educational offerings.Health Conditions (Kevin Patrick, M.D., M.S.)Smartphone applications, wireless fitness devices, social Treatment (Terry Huang, Ph.D., M.P.H., C.P.H.) Do you need patient resources and advocacy?media and cloud computing provide unprecedented Both the Institute of Medicine and the National Institutes Membership with the Society now includes a complimentary membershipopportunities to monitor health behaviors, provide users of Health have recently called for the adoption of a to the Obesity Action Coalition. In addition, the Society now has an activewith real-time feedback to improve these behaviors and systems approach to obesity prevention. This session will government advocacy program that provides a strong collective voice into promote health through engagement of friends and describe what a systems approach means and how it can legislative affairs that affect you as an obesity medicine clinician. Plus, thefamily. Dr. Patrick will provide an overview of this area and potentially be applied to obesity prevention in practice. Society offers members a complimentary listing in the online patient tool, Find an Obesity Medicine Clinician.provide some examples of research currently underway at 9:30-10:15 a.m. Supplements that Aid in Are you looking for information on new obesity medication?University of California, San Diego, in the California Institute Weight Loss (Krishna Doniparthi, M.D.) The Society was at the forefront of efforts this year to reaffirm members interest in new obesity drugfor Telecommunications and Information Technology. A review of how various natural supplements, minerals, vitamins treatments and the importance of providing these options to patients affected by obesity. Several ASBP3:15-3:45 p.m. Break and trace elements can benefit weight loss and/or glycemic control. members testified before the U.S. Food & Drug Administration, and the Society has incorporated education on 10:15-10:30 Break using these new treatment modalities, which members receive a discount on the purchase of.3:45-4:30 p.m. Clinical Pearls and Nuggets for theBariatrician (Scott Rigden, M.D., F.A.A.F.P., F.A.S.B.P.) 10:30-11:15 a.m. The Medical Bypass: How Close are We Seeking live continuing medical education?A sharing of interesting, difficult clinical cases from Dr. to Mimicking Surgery? (Carel Le Roux, M.R.C.P., Ph.D.) The Society invites you to experience ASBP live learning opportunities! The Obesity Medicine Association,Rigdens office practice. Examples include patients with Despite surgical treatments for obesity being highly a division of the Society, hosts one-day workshops that provide an introduction to obesity medicine in 12diabetes and metabolic syndrome, a Pima Indian who lost successful and safe, most patients are not interested in to 15 cities each year, so there is a good chance one is coming to a city near you! In addition, the ASBPmore than 150 pounds, and sumo wrestlers. Cases with having surgery. Dr. Le Roux will discuss how surgery Biannual Conferences have been enhanced to include various breakout tracks that allow you to customizewheat-free diets and musculoskeletal inflammation will works, and how using emerging and established your curriculum to meet your needs. There is also a plethora of networking opportunities--from breakfastsbe shared. Learn how a bad case of eczema was the clue medications and devices may make it possible to with experienced bariatricians to poster sessions to member appreciation receptions, we’ve got it all--plus,needed to facilitate a 70-pound weight loss. Leave this replicate many of the metabolic benefits of surgery. members receive a discount on these opportunities!presentation with practical tools to use on Monday morning. 11:15 a.m.-Noon “Doc, the Meds Aren’t Working Would you like additional obesity medicine education options?4:30-5:15 p.m. Legal Issues in Practicing The Societys webinar and online Advanced Curriculum Fellowship Program provides a convenient at-home Like They Were:” Managing Changes in Patients’Bariatric Medicine (David Bryman, D.O.) learning opportunity for you to gain an in-depth education in the field of obesity medicine. Members of the Anorectic Therapy (Allen Rader, M.D., F.A.S.B.P.)This session, presented by ASBP President Dr. David A discussion of the mechanism of action and perceived Society receive a discount on the program enrollment fee as well as individual modules, and program enrolleesBryman who testifies on behalf of bariatricians, will tolerance to anorectics and how to adjust anorectics and receive a 25 percent discount on any conference registration.provide case examples and tips on how to maintain So, Why Are You Waiting? Visit www.asbp.org or use the application on pp. 14-15 combination therapies.compliance with state medical board rules. to save today when you join and register for the Spring Obesity Conference! 2013 Spring Obesity Conference |12| American Society of Bariatric Physicians® 2013 Spring Obesity Conference |13| American Society of Bariatric Physicians®
  7. 7. Special Offer for ASBP Spring Conference Attendees Add a new membership to your registration and save! See p. 19 for savings. Annual Membership Dues Physician - $475 | Associate - $325 | Affiliate - $150 Other license(s) Physician Membership Application – Regular Price Annual Dues $475Qualifications: A Physician Member is defined as any physician legally practicing under and holding a qualified medical degree (MD), doctor of osteopathy degree State______________________Number_________________________________________________Date__________________________□ Limited □Unlimited(DO) or any physician who holds a medical degree from another country and is licensedholding a qualified physician in the United States by proof of a currentor Qualifications: A Physician Member is defined as any physician legally practicing under and to practice as a medical degree (MD), doctor of osteopathy degree (DO) statemedicalphysician who Associate Member is from anotherany health care professionals who aare non-physicians and holdby proof of a current state medical license. any license. An holds a medical degree defined as country and is licensed to practice as physician in the United States a bachelor’s or master’s degree in fieldssupportive of obesity medicine. An Affiliate Member is defined as office staff (non-degreed health professional) employed by an ASBP Physician Member. State______________________Number_________________________________________________Date__________________________□ Limited □Unlimited Member information Number of Bariatric CME credits completed in previous two years________ Name_______________________________________________________________ Designation_____________________________ (Members must earn 15 hours of CME in Bariatric/Obesity Medicine every two years with at least half of those credits earned from ASBP CME activities.) Date of Birth______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Are you a member of the American Medical Association (AMA)? □ Yes □ No How did you hear about ASBP? (Please select only one.) Specialty Practice (Please select all that apply.) □ Printed Brochure □ Internet Search □ ASBP Website □ Social Media □ Obesity Medicine eWeekly □ E-mail from ASBP □ Family Medicine □ Internal Medicine □ OB-GYN □ Surgery □ Pediatrics □ A colleague or friend______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ □ Bariatrics □ Emergency □ Other____________________________________________________ □ Other (please explain) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Faculty Appointment(s) Primary Clinic information Institution________________________________________Department________________________________________Title____________________________ (your primary clinic name and contact details will appear on the ASBP online directory for patients, Find an Obesity Medicine Clinician.) Research _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Name of Clinic ______________________________________________________________________________________________ Note: You may submit your resume/curriculum vitae separately. Address __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Bariatric Practice guidelines ASBP created Bariatric Practice Guidelines to provide a framework to help ensure a high standard of medical practice. Physician members who take an oath to adhere City, State, Zip ______________________________________________________ to these are noted as such on the ASBP website. If you want to take this oath, please request the guidelines, complete the form and return it to the ASBP office. Phone __________________________________________________________ Fax _____________________________________________________________ APPLICANT STATEMENT: I have answered the above questions fully and frankly to the best of my knowledge. I agree to pay all dues and fees and conduct my E-mail ______________________________________________________ Website _____________________________________________________________ practice in an ethical manner. ASBP Contact information Signature: ____________________________________________________________________________Date: ___________ (Complete this section only if different than Primary Clinic information) Name of Clinic ______________________________________________________________________________________________ The ASBP name and symbol/logo are registered trademarks and may be used only by the Society. You may not use the ASBP symbol/logo on your printed or electronic materials, including any websites; Address __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ however, you may state that you are an ASBP member on your materials and websites. City, State, Zip ______________________________________________________ Phone __________________________________________________________ Fax _____________________________________________________________ PAyMENt OPtiONS E-mail ______________________________________________________ Website _____________________________________________________________ □ Enclosed is a check for the full amount of $475 for 12 months of membership. Education (U.S. funds only. Please make payable to: American Society of Bariatric Physicians). Medical Colleges or Universities Attended _____________________________________________________________________________________________ □ Charge my credit card the full amount of $475 for 12 months of membership. Degree ______________________________________________________________________________________________Year ________________________ PAyMENt iNFORMAtiON Internship Location __________________________________________________________________________________ Dates ________________________ Charge my credit card: □ Visa □ MasterCard □ AmEx □ Discover Residency Location __________________________________________________________________________________ Dates ________________________ Credit Card Number _________________________________________________________________________ Expiration Date ________________________ license in State of Current Practice Name as it Appears on Credit Card ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ State______________________Number_________________________________________________Date__________________________□ Limited Membership dues are tax-deductible as an ordinary and necessary business expense. □Unlimited 2013 Spring Obesity Conference |14| American Society of Bariatric Physicians® 2013 Spring Obesity Conference |15| American Society of Bariatric Physicians®
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  9. 9. Check the box next to your preferred course(s)Spring Obesity Conference ASBP Physician Physician Physician April 24-28, 2013 | Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego Physicians Member Non-Member NEW MEMBERSHIP & REGISTRATION M.D. or D.O.Registration Information Early Rate Regular Rate Early Rate Regular Rate Early Rate Regular Rate Nov. 1 - March 29 After March 29 Nov. 1 - March 29 After March 29 Nov. 1 - March 29 After March 29Please use one form per attendee. Only your mailing address will be provided to exhibitors. Only one discountper person per conference. All registrations are subject to the ASBP Conference Registration Policies. SA VE ! 2-in-1 Option:Register Online @ www.ObesityMedicineConference.org Review Course & □ $915 □ $1,281 □ $1,190 □ $1,555 □ $1,271 □ $1,637 J Obesity CourseOr, return form (next page) and payment via mail or fax: (April 24-28) 30 CMEAMERICAN SOCIETY OF BARIATRIC PHYSICIANS | 2821 S. PARKER ROAD, STE. 625 l AURORA, CO 80014 Certification Thursday, April 25303.779.4834 (fax) oin more than 1,600 of your Review Course Only □ $442 □ $546 □ $572 □ $728 □ $798 □ $902 Two Options on (choose one) (April 24-25) 13 CMEQuestions? colleagues by becoming a Nutrition & Metabolism SocietyCall the □ $255 □ $345 □ $330 □ $980 □ $555 □ $645 member today, and save up Symposium OnlyASBP Office at (April 25) 7.5 CME303.770.2526 to $256 off your 2013 dues! Obesity Course Only (April 26-28) 17 CME □ $595 □ $805 □ $770 □ $980 □ $951 □ $1,161 Associates, Affiliates & Check the box next to your preferred course(s) Conference Schedule | April 2013 Physicians-in-Training ASBP Associate or Associate or Affiliate Physician-in-trainng, Physician Assistant, Nurse affiliate Member Non-Member Associate or Affiliate 24 25 26 27 28 Practitioner, Registered Nurse, NEW MEMBERSHIP & REGISTRATION Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Dietitian, Psychologist, Physiologist, Bariatric Office Staff, Medical Resident or ASBP Medical Student Early Rate Regular Rate Early Rate Regular Rate Early Rate Regular Rate Nov. 1 - March 29 After March 29 Nov. 1 - March 29 After March 29 Nov. 1 - March 29 After March 29 Review Course 8 a.m.-Noon Obesity Course 2-in-1 Option: ! 8 a.m.-6 p.m. 8 a.m.-6 p.m. 8 a.m.-5 p.m. VE Review Course & SA 1 p.m.-6 p.m. Obesity Course Obesity Course NMS Obesity Course □ $732 □ $1,037 □ $945 □ $1,190 □ $976 □ $1,281 ASBP Symposium (April 24-28) 30 CME Review Course Exhibit Hall Open Exhibit Hall Open Certification Thursday, April 25 Review Course Only □ $351 □ $481 □ $426 □ $572 □ $595 □ $725 Two Options on (choose one)ASBP Conference Registration Policies: (April 24-25) 13 CME- Only registered attendees may attend educational sessions. Nutrition & Metabolism Society- Registration is nontransferable and on-site badges must be worn at all times. Symposium Only □ $205 □ $278 □ $263 □ $330 □ $449 □ $524- Educational registration, social registration or a specific pass is required to enter the ASBP Exhibit Hall. (April 25) 7.5 CME- Upon payment, each registrant is sent an e-mail confirmation to the e-mail address provided on the registration form. Obesity Course Only □ $475 □ $648 □ $608 □ $770 □ $719 □ $892- Registration is not processed until payment is received. (April 26-28) 17 CME- A $50 administrative fee is charged for cancellations received before March 29.- A $100 fee is charged for cancellations after March 29. Name ________________________________________________Academic Designation(s)______________________- Refunds are not granted for no-shows. E-mail________________________________________________Phone______________________________________- CME is awarded only after attendees submission of the Credit Request Form (CRF) to an ASBP representative.- The CRF is provided upon check-in at the conference. Address _______________________________________City________________________State_____Zip___________- After receipt of the CRF, the Society will send a letter of participation to each attendee. Total Amount Due = $____________________________- Program details, including content and speakers, are subject to change. How did you learn about this conference? c Printed Brochure c Social Media Site- Call the ASBP Office at 303.770.2526 to request Guest Registration(s) at the following rates: c Check Enclosed (make payable to “ASBP”) c Internet Search c Obesity Medicine eWeekly Social Registration: Wednesday-Sunday (includes meals and exhibit hall) @ $349 c Credit Card (Visa, MasterCard, AMEX or Discover) c www.asbp.org c E-mail from the Society Exhibit Hall Pass Only: Thursday-Friday @ $100 Card Number___________________________________ c A colleague or friend c Other_________________________________________ 2013 Spring Obesity Conference |18| American Society of Bariatric Physicians® Exp._______/______
  10. 10. American Society of Bariatric Physicians® PRSRT STD U.S. POSTAGE2821 S. Parker Road, Ste. 625Aurora, CO 80014 PAID HIGHLANDS RANCH,303.770.2526 phone | 303.779.4834 fax COLORADOwww.asbp.org PERMIT NO. 641 Save the Date! 63rd Annual ® American Society of Bariatric Physicians® Obesity www.asbp.org & Associated Conditions Symposium Medical Education s Networking Events s Research Poster Session s Awards & Membership Anniversary Luncheon s Leadership Training Oct. 9-13, 2013 | Arizona Biltmore | Phoenix

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