Join theFutureof Surgery January 26-27, 2013THE INAUGURAL FUTURE OF SURGERY CONFERENCE
Join theFutureof Surgery January 26-27, 2013 Join the Future of Surgery Inova is delighted to invite you to the inaugural Future of Surgery Conference. This two-day, multi-specialty event will provide a comprehensive overview of surgical trends and future of the practice. For information call: 703-204-6384 A hands-on learning environment will provide Future of Surgery attendees the opportunity to work alongside ﬁeld leaders in Register online at: simulation and cadaver labs. Didactic presentations by regional inova.org/futureofsurgery and national experts will review the advanced minimally invasive and robotic practice with regards to gynecologic and general surgical specialties and sub-specialties. Practice speciﬁc issues, treatments, and techniques will be presented in an interactive manner through a series of break-out sessions. Additionally, Lockheed Martin and Department of Defense physicians will provide a teams training for nurses, robotics coordinators and physicians. Best Regards, Jonathan Dort, MD Ruchi Garg, MD Medical Director Medical Director Minimally Invasive Surgery, IFH Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery, IFH Inova Health System Inova Health System G. Larry Maxwell, MD, COL (ret) John Moynihan, MD Chairman Chief Medical Oﬃcer Obstetrics and Gynecology, IFH Chairman Department of Surgery, IFH Inova Health System Inova Health System
Keynote SpeakersMajor General Elder Granger, MDUS Army (retired)Major General Elder Granger, MD, USA (Ret) serves as the President and CEO of The 5Ps, LLC, a healthcare, education,and leadership consultancy. The 5Ps services are focused on providing their customers’ strategy and portfolioanalysis, insights and trends on directions that are transforming healthcare today, insights and best practices for militaryhealthcare, and leadership principles and peer-to-peer guidance.In July of 2009 after 37 years of Military service Major General Elder Granger, MD retired as the Deputy Directorand Program Executive Oﬃcer of the TRICARE Management Activity, Oﬃce of the Assistant Secretary of Defense(Health Aﬀairs), Washington, DC. In this role he served as the principal advisor to the Assistant Secretary of Defense(Health Aﬀairs) on DoD health plan policy and performance. He oversaw the acquisition, operation and integrationof DoD’s managed care program within the Military Health System. MG Granger led a staﬀ of 1,800 in planning,budgeting and executing an $19 Billion Defense Health Program and in ensuring the eﬀective and eﬃcient provisionof high-quality, accessible healthcare for 9.4 Million Uniformed Service members, their families, retirees and otherslocated worldwide.Prior to joining TRICARE Management Activity, MG Granger led the largest US and multi-national battleﬁeld healthsystem in our recent history while serving as Commander, Task Force 44th Medical Command and Command Surgeonfor the Multinational Corps Iraq. He has led at every level of the Army Medical Department.MG Granger began his career with the Army Medical Department in 1971 as a Combat Medic in the US Army NationalGuard. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Arkansas State University in 1976. A Distinguished MilitaryGraduate, MG Granger was commissioned through the Reserve Oﬃcer Training Corps. Upon graduation from theUniversity of Arkansas School of Medicine in 1980, he was awarded the Henry Kaiser Medical Fellowship for MedicalExcellence and Leadership. MG Granger completed a residency in Internal Medicine in 1983 and a fellowship inHematology-Oncology in 1986 at Fitzsimons Army Medical Center. His Military education includes the Army War College,the Army Command and General Staﬀ College, the Army Medical Department Oﬃcer Advanced and BasicCourses, the Military Health System and Army CAPSTONE Courses, and the Combat Casualty Care Course.MG Granger continues to advance his passion for patients and healthcare improvement through advising and supportingteams across the spectrum of healthcare. He and his wife Brenda now live in Colorado. Their son Elder II is alawyer and their daughter Eldesia is a physician.Anthony NicholsonMr. Anthony Nicholson is a leading entrepreneur in Central Florida. Mr. Nicholson was a principle initiator, key contributor,and is a leading advisor to The Nicholson Center. The 54,000-square-foot center at Florida Hospital in Celebration,FL is equipped with state-of-the-art surgical robotic equipment and will facilitate the teaching of minimally invasiveand robotic techniques by the experienced doctors via videoconferencing and telementoring. Programs by world-classeducators such as Dr. Vipul Patel from the Florida Hospital Global Robotics Institute, a world leader in roboticprostatectomy, will annually train an expected 20,000 doctors worldwide, many of whom will be able to learn withoutleaving their own hospitals. The Orlando Business Journal noted that the Nicholson Center will have an annualimpact up to $13 million and bring numerous jobs to the Central Florida area.
Keynote SpeakersRichard Satava, MD, FACSProfessor of Surgery at the University of Washington Medical Center, and Senior Science Advisor atthe US Army Medical Research and Materiel Command in Ft. Detrick, MD.Prior positions include Professor of Surgery at Yale University and a military appointment as Professor of Surgery(USUHS) in the Army Medical Corps assigned to General Surgery at Walter Reed Army Medical Center and ProgramManager of Advanced Biomedical Technology at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).His undergraduate training was at Johns Hopkins University, medical school at Hahnemann University of Philadelphia,internship at the Cleveland Clinic, surgical residency at the Mayo Clinic, and a fellowship with a Master of SurgicalResearch at Mayo Clinic.He has served on the White House Oﬃce of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) Committee on Health, Food andSafety. He is currently a member of the Emerging Technologies and Resident Education, and Informatics committeesof the American College of Surgeons (ACS), is past president of the Society of American Gastrointestinal EndoscopicSurgeons (SAGES), past president of the Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons (SLS), and is on the Board ofGovernors of the National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME) as well as on a number of surgical societies. He ison the editorial board of numerous surgical and scientiﬁc journals, and active in numerous surgical andengineering societies.He has been continuously active in surgical education and surgical research, with more than 200 publications andbook chapters in diverse areas of advanced surgical technology, including Surgery in the Space Environment,Video and 3-D imaging, Telepresence Surgery, Virtual Reality Surgical Simulation, and Objective Assessment ofSurgical Competence and Training.During his 23 years of military surgery he has been an active ﬂight surgeon, an Army astronaut candidate, MASHsurgeon for the Grenada Invasion, and a hospital commander during Desert Storm, all the while continuing clinicalsurgical practice. While striving to practice the complete discipline of surgery, he is aggressively pursuing theleading edge of advanced technologies to formulate the architecture for the next generation of Medicine.
Course Directors G. Larry Maxwell, MD, COL (ret) Colonel(ret) Larry Maxwell is a 20-year Army veteran and has Jonathan Dort, MD been the Chairman of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Inova Fairfax Hospital since 2011. He graduated from the University of North Carolina School of Medicine with honors and subsequently trained in Obstetrics and Gynecology at William Beaumont Army MedicalDr. Dort is currently the Medical Director of Minimally Invasive Center. After serving for two years as a staﬀ ObstetricianSurgery and Surgery Residency Program Director for the gynecologist, he completed a fellowship in gynecologic oncologyDepartment of Surgery at Inova Fairfax Hospital. He is also Associate at Duke University. He then joined the faculty at Walter Reed ArmyProfessor of Surgery at Virginia Commonwealth University School Medical Center, during which time he was deployed to Iraq. He hasof Medicine. Dr. Dort received his undergraduate degree with published over 110 manuscripts and chapters, and receivedhonors in chemistry at Florida Atlantic University and his medical numerous national awards related to his research. Dr Maxwell isdegree from the University of Miami in Miami, Florida. He completed the recipient of the Surgeon General’s Physician Recognitionhis internship at the Naval Hospital, San Diego and his residency Award, Order of Military Medical Merit, the “A” Army proﬁciencyin surgery at the University of California, Davis – East Bay program designator status and the Army Legion of Merit Award. He is ain Oakland, California. Dr. Dort was formerly the Medical Director co- Principal Investigator of the Gynecologic Cancer Center ofof Minimally Invasive Surgery at Carilion Clinic and Associate Excellence (GYN-COE), a consortium of DOD and eight civilianProfessor of Surgery at Virginia Tech-Carilion School of Medicine in medical center laboratories focused on gynecologic cancerRoanoke, Virginia, as well as the Chief of Surgery at Via Christi research. He holds leadership positions with the GynecologicRegional Medical Center in Wichita, Kansas. He served in the Cancer Foundation (GCF), the Society of Gynecologic Oncologymedical corps of the United States Navy for 23 years. (SGO) and the National Cancer Institute. Ruchi Garg, MD John Moynihan, MDDr. Ruchi Garg is a fellowship-trained Gynecologic Oncologist, John J. Moynihan, MD, FACS, is a board-certiﬁed general surgeonpracticing at Inova Fairfax hospital and several other hospitals in who currently serves as the Chief Medical Oﬃcer of Inova Fairfaxthe Mid-Atlantic area as a partner at Mid-Atlantic Pelvic Surgery Hospital in Falls Church, Virginia. He is also the Interim-Chair ofAssociates. Dr. Garg was in the Six-year Honors Program in the Department of Surgery at Inova Fairfax. Additionally, he servesMedicine at University of Miami School of Medicine and graduated as the Chairman of the Task Force on Surgical Care Improvementamong the top of her class with Research Distinction. She went on Program at Inova Fairfax Hospital. Dr. Moynihan is currently ato do her Residency in Gynecology and Obstetrics at Johns Hopkins Professor who rounds with surgical residents and a Clinical Assis-Medical Institutions. Dr. Garg completed her fellowship in Gyneco- tant Professor with the Virginia Commonwealth University Schoollogic Oncology at University of Washington Medical Center in of Medicine and a Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery atSeattle, WA. Throughout her training, Dr. Garg was the recipient of Georgetown University. Dr. Moynihan has been very involved inseveral awards including First Place in the Annual Resident Research the teaching programs at the above facilities teaching surgicalcompetition at Johns Hopkins and Maryland Ob/Gyn Society residents and medical students. He has also volunteered his timeMeeting. During her fellowship, she was also the recipient of the presenting information regarding the medical profession at localYoung Investigator’s Award from the Gynecologic Oncology area schools.Group. Dr. Garg is the director of Minimally Invasive Gynecologic His interest in advancing technologies and innovative approachesSurgery at Inova Fairfax hospital. In this role, she is dedicated to to the care of patients was initially recognized when he performedenhancing both the clinical and research attributes of a well-de- the ﬁrst laparoscopic cholecystectomy at Inova Fairfax in 1990.veloped Minimally Invasive Program. In doing so, she emphasizes Dr. Moynihan is involved in surgical education at both the under-the incorporation of technology and simulation along with graduate and graduate levels and continues to advocate for themaintaining the utmost quality of care for the patients. safe delivery of surgical care through multidisciplinary teams training in a variety of forums.
Join theCourse Faculty Futureof Surgery January 26-27, 2013Prashanti Aryal, MD Isabel Green,MDStaﬀ, Division of Minimally Invasive Surgery, Inova Womens Hospital Medical Director, Resident Outpatient, Services, Gynecology and Obstetrics Associate Professor, Gynecology and Obstetrics, Johns Hopkins UniversitySharon Bachman, MD Medical SchoolAssistant Professor of Clinical Surgery, University of Missouri School of MedicineStaﬀ Physician, Department of Surgery, Harry S. Truman Memorial Charlotte Gugleilmi, MA, BSN, RN, CNORVeterans Hospital Clinical Nurse Specialist, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical CenterAnnette Bicher, MD Denis J. Halmi, MD, FACSMedical Director, Gynecologic Oncology, Inova Women’s Hospital Staﬀ General Surgeon, Inova Fair Oaks HospitalAssociate Clinical Professor of Gynecologic Oncology, George WashingtonUniversity Medical School Johann Jonsson, MDAssociate Clinical Professor, Virginia Commonwealth University Director, Kidney and Pancreas Transplant Service, Inova Transplant Center Assistant Clinical Professor, Virginia Commonwealth UniversityCharles Boice, MDDirector of Gynecologic Oncology, Medstar Franklin Square Medical Center Hans Krebs, MDAssistant Professor, Division of Gynecologic Oncology, Loma Linda University Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Virginia Commonwealth UniversityMedical Center Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology George Washington UniversityAssistant Professor, Division of Gynecologic Oncology, University of Maryland Staﬀ Gynecologic Oncologist, Inova Womens HospitalHospital Patty Lee, MDAssociate Clinical Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, George Otolaryngologist, Head and Neck Surgery, Inova Fairfax HospitalWashington University Hospital Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, George Washington UniversitySimon S. Chung, MD, MPH Ernest G. Lockrow DO, COL, MC, USAClinical Assistant Professor of Urology, George Washington University Program Director, Minimally Invasive GYN Surgery Fellowship, Professor, UniformedMedical School Services UniversityAssociate Clinical Professor, Virginia Commonwealth University Chairman of the Simulation Committee for the American College of ObstetriciansMedical Director, Robotics, Inova Fairfax Hospital and GynecologistsShad Deering, MD, LTC G. Larry Maxwell, MD, FACOG, COL (ret) U.S. ArmyAssistant Dean for Simulation Education, USUHS Chairman, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Inova Fairfax HospitalDeputy Medical Director, Department of Defense National Capital Area Medical Co-Director, DOD Gynecologic Cancer Translational Research CenterSimulation Center Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Virginia Commonwealth UniversityJonathan Dort, MD School of MedicineMedical Director of Minimally Invasive Surgery, Surgery Residency Program Amir Moazzez, MDDirector, Inova Fairfax Hospital Medical Director, Inova Weight Loss Surgery Program, Inova Fair Oaks HospitalAssociate Professor of Surgery Virginia Commonwealth University John Moynihan, MDJohn Elkas, MD, JD Chairman, Department of Surgery, Chief Medical OﬃcerAssociate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Virginia Commonwealth University Inova Fairfax HospitalAssociate Clinical Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, The George WashingtonUniversity Medical Center John Paige, MDAdjunct Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Uniformed Services Assistant Professor of Clinical Surgery, Surgical Director, Isidore Cohn, Jr., MD,University of the Health Sciences Learning Center Louisiana State University School of MedicineDan Fortes, MD Adjunct Assistant Professor of Clinical SurgeryStaﬀ Physician, Department of Thoracic Surgery Inova Heart and Vascular Institute Pennington Biomedical Research CenterElizabeth Franco, MD G. Scott Rose, MDSurgery Clerkship Director, Assistant Professor of Surgery, Virginia Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Virginia CommonwealthCommonwealth University UniversityStaﬀ Physician, Inova Trauma Center Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, George Washington UniversityRuchi Garg, MD Staﬀ Gynecologic Oncologist, Inova Women’s HospitalDirector, Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery, Inova Women’s Hospital Peter G. Rothschild, MDAssociate Clinical Professor, George Washington University Clinical Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, George Washington UniversityAssociate Clinical Professor, Virginia Commonwealth University Staﬀ, Division of Minimally Invasive Surgery, Inova Alexandria Hospital and InovaPaula Graling, DNP, RN, CNS, CNOR Women’s HospitalClinical Nurse Specialist, Perioperative Services, Inova Fairfax Hospital
Jerry L. Rozeboom, MD, FACOG Rami Tabbarah, MDStaﬀ, Physician, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Mercy Medical Center, Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Virginia Commonwealth UniversityCedar Rapids, IA Staﬀ Division of Minimally Invasive Surgery, Inova Womens HospitalJeﬀrey Schulman, MD Jeﬀ Welgoss, MDAssociate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Virginia Commonwealth Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Virginia CommonwealthUniversity UniversityStaﬀ, Division of Minimally Invasive Surgery, Inova Womens Hospital Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, George Washington University Medical Director, Urogynecology, Inova women’s HospitalGlen Silas, MDAssociate Professor of Obstetrics and Gyneoclogy, Virginia Commonwealth Ray Wertheim, MDUniversity Director, COEMIGSAssociate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, George Washington University Co-Director, Division of Minimally Invasive, Gynecologic SurgeryStaﬀ, Division of Minimally Invasive Surgery, Inova Womens Hospital and Inova Inova Fair Oaks HospitalFair Oaks Hospital Walter von Pechmann, MDJames B. Spies, M.D., MPH, FSIR Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Virginia CommonwealthProfessor and Chair of the Radiology Department, Georgetown University UniversityMedical Center Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, George Washington University Staﬀ Urogynecologist, Inova Women’s HospitalMichael P. Stany, MD, FACOGMAJ MCAssociate Program Director, National Capital Consortium Gynecologic Robert Zurawin, MDOncology Fellowship Program Principle Investigator Fellowship Director of Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery, Director of PediatricGynecologic Oncology Group at Walter Reed and Adolescent Gynecology Fellowship ProgramChair, Innovative Surgical Technologies Committee, Walter Reed Associate Professor, Division of Gynecology, Baylor College of MedicineAssistant Professor, Uniformed Services University • We will look outside our hospitals to build an integratedAbout Inova network or providers and programs to support our communityInova is a not-for-proﬁt health care system based in Northern • We will gain national and international recognition andVirginia that serves more than two million people each year funding – as well as an expanded patient base – throughfrom throughout the Washington, DC, metro area and beyond. world-renowned specialty care and leading-edgeInova consists of ﬁve hospitals with more than 1,700 licensed corporate and consumer health programs.beds and 16,000 employees. Inova encompasses the fullarray of health services, including the area’s only Level 1 All ﬁve of Inova Health Systems hospitals have been recognizedTrauma Center and Level III C Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. again this year byU.S. News & World Report as “Best Hospital”Inova is also home to nationally and internationally recognized for 2012-13, including the number one hospital in the region .Inova Women’s Hospital, Inova Heart and Vascular Institute, To be nationally ranked, a hospital must excel across a rangeInova Translational Medicine Institute (ITMI) on genomics, of tough cases within a given specialty. According to USInova Neuroscience Institute, and Inova Children’s Hospital. News, this year only 148 of the 4,793 hospitals evaluated met such criteria and performed well enough to rank in even oneInova Health System is governed by a volunteer board of specialty.community members. Since 1956, Inova has grown from onehospital to a nationally recognized, comprehensive network of Inova’s national rankings were earned in Gynecology andhospitals, outpatient services, assisted and long-term care Cardiology and Heart Surgery at Inova Fairfax Hospital.facilities and healthcare centers located throughout Northern Gynecology was ranked 23rd in the nation, while CardiologyVirginia and servicing Washington, DC. and Heart Surgery earned the 50th spot. Regionally, Inova FairfaxOur vision Hospital has been named the topWe seek to optimize the health and well-being of each hospital in the Washingtonindividual we serve. We will achieve this by building the future Metropolitan Region.of health through our Vision 2015: • We will reinvent hospital-based care to increase value for our patients
Agenda • Day 1 • Saturday, Jan. 26, 2013 Morning Session, Day 17:00 a.m. Registration and Continental Breakfast7:45 a.m. Opening remarks John Moynihan, MD8:00 a.m. Opening Keynote Speaker The Importance of Medical Simulation in the Era of Health Care Reform Mr. Anthony J. Nicholson8:30 a.m. History of MIS Jonathan Dort, MD9:00 a.m. Physiology and Hemodynamics John Paige, MD9:30 a.m. Laparoscopy and Bariatrics Amir Moazzez, MD10:00 a.m. Question and Answer Panel10:15 a.m. Break and Exhibits10:45 a.m. Ergonomics of Laparoscopy Elizabeth Franco, MD11:05 a.m. Education and Simulation Shad Deering, MD, LTC11:35 a.m. Credentialing and Malpractice Issues John Elkas, MD, JDNoon Keynote Luncheon Speaker Future of Minimally Invasive Surgery Richard Satava, MD Afternoon Session, Day 1 General Surgery Track1:30 p.m. Intro and Welcome Jonathan Dort, MD, and Paula Graling, DrNP, RN, CNS, CNOR1:35 p.m. Laparoscopic Assisted Component Separation Sharon Bachman, MD2:05 p.m. Laparoscopic Nephrectomy Johann Jonsson MD2:35 p.m. Minimally Invasive Esophageal Procedures Dan Fortes, MD3:05 p.m. Laparoscopy for Small Bowel Disease Elizabeth Franco, MD3:35 p.m. Break/Exhibits4:05 p.m. Laparoscopic Mesh Products Sharon Bachman, MD4:35 p.m. From the Flight Deck to the Operating Room John Paige, MD5:05 p.m. Minimally Invasive Head and Neck Procedures Patty Lee, MD Afternoon Session, Day 1 Gynecologic Surgery Track1:30 p.m. Intro and Welcome G. Larry Maxwell, MD, COL (ret)1:35 p.m. Pelvic Anatomy G. Scott Rose, MD2:10 p.m. Laparoscopic Procedures in Gynecologic Surgery Isabel Green, MD2:50 p.m. Operative Hysteroscopic Procedures Robert Zurawin, MD3:35 p.m. Break and Exhibits4:05 p.m. Robotics in Benign Gynecologic Surgery Jerry Rozeboom, MD5:00 p.m. Question and Answer Panel 5:30-7:00 p.m. Suds and Simulation Reception All attendees are invited to relax with a beer or cocktail while testing your skills on the following training systems: da Vinci Surgical System, Laparoscopy, Hysteroscopy, FLS, Single Port Laparoscopy, Narrated surgical videos Every eﬀort has been made to present the program schedule as accurately as possible. We reserve the right to make changes to the program and notice of changes will be announced at the meeting.
Agenda • Day 2 • Sunday, Jan. 27, 2013 Morning Session, Day 2 General Surgery Track7:00 a.m. Breakfast7:30 a.m. Meet at Ritz Carlton Lobby for Bus to Inova Fairfax Hospital8:00 a.m. Cadaver Lab at Inova Fairfax Hospital Lab will feature several cadavers, including da Vinci Surgical System cadaver training. Training includes nephrectomy, prostectomy, laparoscopic nissen fundoplication, sleeve gastrectomy, colectomy abdominal perineal resection, small bowel resection, thyroidectomy, and hernia repair. On-site faculty include: Sharon Bachman, MD; Simon Chung, MD; Jonathan Dort, MD; Dan Fortes, MD; Elizabeth Franco; MD; Denis Halmi; MD, Johann Jonsson, MD; Patty Lee, MD; Amir Moazzez, MDNoon Lunch and Bus back to Hotel Morning Session, Day 2 Gynecologic Surgery Track7:00 a.m. Breakfast7:30 a.m. Opening Remarks G. Larry Maxwell, MD, COL (ret)7:45 a.m. Oﬃce-based Hysteroscopy Peter Rothschild, MD8:15 a.m. Fibroids: Surgical and Interventional Radiologic Treatment Approaches Ray Wertheim, MD and James Spies, MD9:30 a.m. Break and Exhibits9:45 a.m. Advanced Pelvic Dissection Ruchi Garg, MD10:05 a.m. Management of MIS Complications Annette Bicher, MD10:25 a.m. Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Use of Mesh Walter von Pechmann, MD10:45 p.m. Pelvic Pain and Neurophysiology Jeﬀ Welgoss, MD Afternoon Session: Day 2 General Surgery Track Breakout Sessions will occur from 1:00-4:15 p.m. Sessions include Robotics, MIS Safety, and Bariatrics Robotics Breakout Group This group will cover best practices in robotic surgery, docking techniques, turn-over-times and the future of da Vinci robotic surgery. Led by Simon Chung, MD1:00 p.m. Robotics Update3:45 p.m. Question and Answer Panel MIS Safety Breakout Group Led by Paula Graling, DNP, RN, CNS, CNOR and Charlotte Gugleilmi, MA, BSN, RN, CNOR1:00 p.m. Developing an MIS Team1:45 p.m. Safety in Energy Applications3:00 p.m. Handling MIS Emergencies3:45 p.m. Question and Answer Panel (continued) Join the Futureof Surgery January 26-27, 2013
(continued) Agenda • Day 2 • Sunday, Jan. 27, 2013 Bariatrics Breakout Group Led by Amir Moazzez, MD and Denis Halmi, MD1:00 p.m. Sleeve Gastrectomy1:45 p.m. Nutritional care of the bariatric patient2:45 p.m. Care of Bariatric Complications3:45 p.m. Question and Answer Panel4:15 p.m. All breakouts reconvene. Break/Exhibits Afternoon Session: Day 2 Gynecologic Surgery Track11:15 a.m. Lunch and Bus to Inova Fairfax Hospital12:30 p.m. Cadaver Lab at Inova Fairfax Hospital Lab will feature several cadavers, including da Vinci Surgical System cadaver training. Training includes hysterectomy, BSO, retroperitoneal dissection, retropubic suspension, sacrocolpoplexy, hernia repair, On-site faculty include: Prashanti Aryl, MD; Annette Bicher, MD; Charles Boice, MD;John Elkas, MD, JD; Ruchi Garg, MD; Chad Hamilton, MD; Nicolette Horbach, MD; Eric Hurtado, MD; Hans Krebs, MD; G. Larry Maxwell, MD; G. Scott Rose, MD;Peter Rothschild, MD; Jeﬀery Schulman, MD; Glen Silas, MD; Rami Tabbarah, MD; Jeﬀ Welgoss, MD; Ray Wertheim, MD; Walter von Pechmann, MD3:45 p.m. Bus back to Ritz Carlton Tysons Corner4:30 p.m. Afternoon Keynote Military Simulation Training: A Historical Perspective Major General Elder Granger, MD, US Army (retired)4:45 p.m. Military to Medicine: A Teams Training Exercise Experts in the ﬁeld of teams training and crew management from the Department of Defense and Lockheed Martin will demonstrate how simulation can improve eﬃciencies in the operating room, leading to enhanced quality and safety while minimizing time, resources, and cost. This session will feature lectures by key leaders in the ﬁeld, a breakout session for groups that will engage in a team exercise, and a debrieﬁng that will highlight the types of process improvement opportunities that result from these scenarios.
Program Overview This two-day, multi-specialty event will provide a comprehensive overview of surgical trends and future of the practice. A hands-on learning environment will provide attendees the opportunity to work alongside ﬁeld leaders in simulation and cadaver labs. Didactic presentations by regional and national experts will review the advanced minimally invasive and robotic practice with regards to gynecologic and general surgical specialties and sub-specialties. Practice speciﬁc issues, treatments, andExhibitor Information techniques will be presented in an interactive manner through a series of break-out sessions.Interested in supporting this event? Please contact Judy Espiritu at703-204-6384 or Judy.Espiritu@inova.org. Who Should Attend This program is designed for gynecologists, general surgeons, and surgical subspecialties within gynecology and general surgery; nurse practitionersRegistration Information and physicians’ assistants; and nurses, who want to learn the latest trends, hear expert speakers present, and participate in hands-on training in theAdvance registration is encouraged as space and materials are limited. ﬁeld of minimally invasive and robotic surgeryRegister online at inova.org/futureofsurgery. Educational Objectives Upon completion of this course, participants will:An email conﬁrmation will be sent to you within ten working days of • Have an expanded knowledge of minimally invasive surgery andreceipt of your fee. robotics in the ﬁelds of gynecologic and general surgery to facilitateThe full conference registration fee includes the tuition, syllabus, improvements in care and increased usage of minimally invasivecontinental breakfasts, breaks, lunches, and reception. procedures. • Have improved surgical skills and performance through “hands-on” simulation training and cadaver models.Fees • Have expanded knowledge of how to best handle operational issues related to minimally invasive surgery and robotics. Early Bird Regular Accreditation Statement Before After Onsite The Inova Oﬃce of Continuing Medical Education is accredited by the Dec. 1, 2012 Dec. 2, 2012 Medical Society of Virginia to provide continuing medical education for Physician $750 $850 $950 physicians. Credit Designation Nurse $100 $125 $150 The Inova Oﬃce of Continuing Medical Education designates this live activity for a maximum of 16.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians Other (Residents, Fellows) $300 $350 $400 should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Physicians may claim up to 16.5 credits in Type 1 CME on the Virginia Board of Medicine Continued Competency andAccommodations Assessment Form required for renewal of an active medical license in Virginia. American Disability Act StatementWe have arranged for accommodations at the conference site, the Ritz-Carlton Inova Health System is committed to making its activities accessible to allTysons Corner. Less than 15 miles from Washington, DC, Tysons Corner is a individuals. If you have a disability, please submit a description of yourconvenient location that oﬀers conference attendees the opportunity to needs, along with your registration, to assure that you will be able toexperience our Nation’s Capital and all that it oﬀers. participate in the activity. Ritz-Carlton, Tysons Corner Cancellation Policy 1700 Tysons Boulevard Registration fees include conference attendance, syllabus, lunch and McLean, VA 22102 refreshment breaks. Paid-in-full registration is required for admittance.Rates: $149, single or double plus applicable taxes Walk-in registrations are welcome, if space permits. Written notice ofReservations: 1-800-241-3333. Mention Inova MIS CME 2013 to receive the cancellation postmarked by January 11, 2013 will of total registration paid,discounted rate. less a $25 administrative fee. The registration fee is non-refundable forOr Book online at cancellations received after the cancellation date.https://www.ritzcarlton.com/en/Properties/TysonsCorner/Reservations/De- Faculty Disclosure/Conﬂict of Interestfault.htm?gc=CMECMEA#top. Use the group code CMECMEA. In accordance with Continuing Medical Education requirements on disclosure,Reservation cut-oﬀ date is Friday, January 11, 2013. After January 11, 2013, information regarding any relationships between presenters and commercialreservations will be on a space available basis and may not qualify for the reduced interests (if any) will be disclosed at the conference. The faculty is expectedrate. Please note that the rooms at the group rate are limited and may be sold to disclose to the program audience any real or appropriate conﬂict(s) ofout before the cut-oﬀ date. Please request check-in/check-out and cancellation interest to the content of their presentation(s). Faculty are also required toinformation when making your hotel reservations. identify any reference to oﬀ-label usage or research data included in their presentation(s).
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