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    • The UCLA Frank Clark Urology Center, The Department of Urology, and The Office of Continuing Medical Education, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA UCLA State-of-the-Art Urology March 6-9, 2014 The Ritz-Carlton Marina del Rey, California
    • UCLA State-of-the-Art Urology This course explores the most challenging management problems facing the practicing urologist. Distinguished faculty present current information and techniques in urologic trauma, prosthetic surgery, female urology, reconstructive and urethral stricture surgery, overactive bladder, incontinence, management of renal stones, endourology, robotics, urologic oncology (including kidney, prostate, bladder, testis cancer, imaging and ablative therapies), varicocele management, infertility, hypogonadism, Peyronie’s disease, urologic surgery techniques and managing complications, and pediatric urology. The conference emphasizes interaction between participants and faculty and allows ample time for case presentations and group discussions, ensuring an outstanding educational experience for attendees. At the completion of this program, participants should be better able to: • Evaluate and manage upper and lower urinary tract trauma • Assess and correct various problems with incontinence, pelvic prolapse, impotence, and voiding dysfunction • Manage prostate, kidney, bladder, and testis cancer • Understand the role of ablative therapies for prostate and kidney cancer • Evaluate and treat upper tract urinary calculi • Assess and treat a variety of pediatric urologic conditions • Understand the latest developments in the management of varicocele, hypogonadism and infertility In addition to a paper syllabus provided at the meeting, one week before the meeting you will be emailed a link and a password to download the individual speaker handouts. FACULTY Course Chair UCLA Faculty* Guest Faculty William J. Aronson, MD D. Jeffrey Demanes, MD H. Ballentine Carter, MD Department of Urology Faculty* Jiaoti Huang, MD, PhD Mark S. Litwin, MD, MPH Professor and Chair Department of Urology Professor of Health Policy and Management Fielding School of Public Health William J. Aronson, MD Z. Chad Baxter, MD Arie S. Belldegrun, MD Carol J. Bennett, MD Karim Chamie, MD, MSHS Arnold I. Chin, MD, PhD Bernard M. Churchill, MD Jim C. Hu, MD, MPH Gregory S. Jack, MD Ja-Hong Kim, MD Steven E. Lerman, MD Leonard S. Marks, MD Allan J. Pantuck, MD, MS Jacob Rajfer, MD Shlomo Raz, MD Robert E. Reiter, MD, MBA Larissa V. Rodríguez, MD Christopher S. Saigal, MD, MPH Jennifer S. Singer, MD Robert B. Smith, MD Professor Department of Radiation Oncology Professor of Pathology and Urology Chief of Surgical Pathology Director of Urologic Pathology Christopher R. King, MD, PhD Professor Department of Radiation Oncology Patrick Kupelian, MD Professor and Vice Chair Department of Radiation Oncology Fairooz Kabbinavar, MD, FACP Professor of Medicine and Urologic Oncology Departments of Medicine and Urology Division of Hematology and Oncology Steven S. Raman, MD Professor of Radiology, Surgery and Urology Department of Radiology Matthew Rettig, MD Professor-in-Residence Departments of Medicine and Urology *David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA Professor of Urology, Oncology Johns Hopkins Medicine Director, Division of Adult Urology Brady Urological Institute Surena F. Matin, MD Professor, Department of Urology Medical Director, Minimally Invasive New Technology in Oncologic Surgery, Division of Surgery The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center James McKiernan, MD George F. Cahill Professor of Urology Interim Chairman Squier Urologic Clinic Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons Allen F. Morey, MD Professor Paul C. Peters, M.D., Chair in Urology UT Southwestern Medical Center Peter N. Schlegel, MD James J. Colt Professor and Chairman Department of Urology, Starr 900 Weill Cornell Medical College Urologist-in-Chief New York Presbyterian Hospital Weill Cornell Medical Center Marshall L. Stoller, MD Professor and Vice Chair Department of Urology University of California San Francisco
    • T H U R S D A Y , M A R C H 6 , 2 0 1 4 3:00-7:00 PM REGISTRATION FOR DRY LAB AND GENERAL SESSION 4:00-6:00 PM Dry Lab – $75 (limited to 40 participants) 4:00-4:45 PM U  reteroscopy, Percutaneous Nephroscopy New Technology, Tips, and Tricks Marshall L. Stoller, MD and Gregory S. Jack, MD 4:45-6:00 PM Ureteroscopy, Nephroscopy, Laparoscopy Dry Lab Marshall L. Stoller, MD and Gregory S. Jack, MD F R I D A Y , M A R C H M O RN ING 7:00  EGISTRATION / BREAKFAST / R EXHIBITS 7:50 Introductions and Announcements William J. Aronson, MD Voiding Dysfunction, Pelvic Medicine and Reconstruction GU Trauma, Peyronie’s Disease, Urethral Stricture Disease, Prostheses in Urology Moderator: Shlomo Raz, MD 8:00 GU Trauma Update - 2014 Allen F. Morey, MD 8:30  esico-Vaginal Fistula: Use of V Vaginal Flaps Shlomo Raz, MD 8:50  he Case Against Endoscopic T Treatment of Urethral Stricture Allen F. Morey, MD 9:10  o Mesh or Not to Mesh for Stress T Urinary Incontinence Case Study Mesh To Larissa V. Rodriguez, MD to Mesh Not Shlomo Raz, MD 9:30 BREAK / EXHIBITS 9:50 Peyronie’s Disease Revisited Allen F. Morey, MD 10:10 Update on Neuromodulation B  otulinum Toxin, Tibial and Sacral Neuromodulation Shlomo Raz, MD 10:30 Prosthetics in Urology Surgical Strategies New Allen F. Morey, MD 10:50  efractory Overactive Bladder R Case Study Botulinum Toxin Inject Z. Chad Baxter, MD Neuromodulation Sacral Ja-Hong Kim, MD 11:10  ase Presentations and Panel C Discussion Moderator: Dr. Larissa V. Rodriguez  Drs. Baxter, Kim, Morey, Raz Panel: 12:20 LUNCH WITH FACULTY 7 , 2 0 1 4 A FT E R NOON Bladder and Testis Cancer Moderator: Robert B. Smith, MD 1:20  CG Resistant High Risk NonB Muscle Invasive Bladder Cancer S  tep-by-Step Approach with Novel Agents James McKiernan, MD 1:40  pper Tract TCCA – State of the U Art Surena F. Matin, MD 2:00 Muscle Invasive Bladder Cancer C  oordination of Surgery and Systemic Therapy, Bladder Sparing Karim Chamie, MD, MSHS 2:20  pdate on Management of Early U Stage Testis Cancer Mark S. Litwin, MD, MPH 2:40  anel Discussion and Case P Presentations Moderator: Dr. Robert B. Smith  Drs. Chamie, King, Litwin, Panel: Matin, McKiernan, Rettig 3:10 BREAK / EXHIBITS Urolithiasis Moderator: Christopher S. Saigal, MD, MPH 3:30  anagement of Large Renal M Calculi in 2014 - State of the Art Marshall L. Stoller, MD 3:50  SWL: Where is the Future E Heading? Gregory S. Jack, MD 4:10  omplications of Stone SurgeryC Avoidance and Management Marshall L. Stoller, MD 4:40  ase Scenarios, Metabolic & C Dietary Interventions Moderator: Dr. Christopher S. Saigal Drs. Jack and Stoller Panel: 5:25 ADJOURN 5:40 RECEPTION
    • saturday , M A R C H MOR NIN G 6:30 BREAKFAST / EXHIBITS V I D E O S E S S I O N 7:00 Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery Shlomo Raz, MD Prostate Cancer Moderator: Mark S. Litwin, MD, MPH 8:00  UA Guidelines on Prostate A Cancer Detection: A Step Forward or Backward H. Ballentine Carter, MD 8:20  olecular Markers, Imaging, and M Biopsy Techniques for Detection of Prostate Cancer  Robert E. Reiter, MD, MBA; Leonard S. Marks, MD 8:50  ctive Surveillance for Prostate A Cancer: Why, Who, and How H. Ballentine Carter, MD 9:10  tate of the Art Radiotherapy S Case Study IMRT/SBRT Patrick Kupelian, MD Dose Brachy High D. Jeffrey Demanes, MD 9:30 BREAK/EXHIBITS 9:50  oint Counterpoint – 60 yo with P Multiple Cores GG 3+3 on One Side Surveillance Active H. Ballentine Carter, MD Treatment Robert E. Reiter, MD, MBA 10:10  pdate on HIFU, Salvage U Cryotherapy and Focal Therapy Arie S. Belldegrun, MD 10:25  rologic Management of U Castration Resistant Prostate Cancer S  equencing Therapy, Optimizing Patient Care Matthew Rettig, MD 10:45  anel Discussion and Case P Presentations Moderator: Dr. Mark S. Litwin Drs. Belldegrun, Carter, Panel: Demanes, Kupelian, Marks, Raman, Reiter, Rettig 12:10 LUNCH WITH FACULTY 8 , 2 0 1 4 A FT ER NOON Kidney Cancer, Management of Small Renal Masses and Advanced Disease Moderator: Arie S. Belldegrun, MD 1:10 Update on Kidney Imaging Steven S. Raman, MD 1:25 Management of Small Renal Mass Surveillance, Role of Biopsy Active Surena F. Matin, MD 1:40  oint Counterpoint - Small Renal P Mass – Case Study Partial Nephrectomy Jim C. Hu, MD, MPH Ablation (RFA, Cryo) Surena F. Matin, MD 2:00  ytoreductive Nephrectomy – Still C Relevant? James McKiernan, MD I  ntegrating Medical Therapy with Surgery Fairooz Kabbinavar, MD, FACP 2:20  anel Discussion and Case P Presentations Moderator: Dr. Arie S. Belldegrun Drs. Huang, Hu, Kabbinavar, Panel: Matin, McKiernan, Pantuck, Raman, Smith 3:10 Break Infertility, Hypogonadism Moderator: Jacob Rajfer, MD 3:30 Varicocele: Indications for Repair Peter N. Schlegel, MD 3:50  ew Concepts in Treatment of N Men With Low Testosterone Peter N. Schlegel, MD 4:10  uccessful Fertility Treatment in S Testicular Failure of the Art State Peter N. Schlegel, MD 4:30  anel Discussion and Case P Presentations Moderator: Dr. Jacob Rajfer Dr. Schlegel Panel: 5:10 ADJOURN
    • sunday , M A R C H MOR NIN G 6:30 BREAKFAST / EXHIBITS V I D E O S E S S I O N 7:00 Robotic Surgery, Endourology  Arnold I. Chin, MD, PhD; Gregory S. Jack, MD Pediatric Urology Moderator: Jennifer S. Singer, MD 8:00 What’s New in Pediatric Urology? Bernard M. Churchill, MD; Steven E. Lerman, MD 8:50  anel Discussion and Case P Presentations Moderator: Dr. Jennifer S. Singer Drs. Churchill and Lerman Panel: 9:20 BREAK/EXHIBITS View from the Ritz-Carlton, Marina del Rey 9 , 2 0 1 4 Surgeon’s Workshop: Indications, Surgical Techniques, Tips and Tricks, Managing Complications Moderator: Carol J. Bennett, MD 9:40  obotic Prostatectomy in the R Morbidly Obese Retropubic Approach Jim C. Hu, MD, MPH 10:10  adical Cystectomy Open vs. R Robotic Karim Chamie, MD, MSHS 10:30  artial Nephrectomy – How P Aggressive Should We Be? Robotic and Open Approach  C. Hu, MD, MPH; Jim Robert B. Smith, MD 11:00  urgical Management of BPHS Latest Technology and Outcomes Gregory S. Jack, MD 11:20 Discussion and Case Presentations Moderator: Dr. Carol J. Bennett Drs. Chamie, Hu, Jack, Smith Panel: 12:00 ADJOURN
    • g eneral information Enrollment Fees (Fees include course registration and materials, daily continental breakfasts and breaks, Friday evening reception, and Friday and Saturday luncheons.) $550.00 Physicians $350.00  David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA Faculty* $275.00 Non-Physician, Healthcare Professionals $110.00  Residents (accompanied by a confirmatory letter of status from department chief or training director) *Please indicate faculty appointment title and campus on registration form. Accreditation The Office of Continuing Medical Education, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The Office of Continuing Medical Education, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA designates this live activity for a maximum of 20 (plus 2 for Dry Lab) AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. The Department of Urology is a California Board of Nursing approved provider (#8888). Disclosure The FDA has issued a concept paper that classifies the commercial support of scientific and educational programs as promotional unless it can be affirmed that the program is “truly independent” and free of commercial influence. Along with independence, the FDA requires that non-promotional, commercially supported education be objective, balanced, and scientifically rigorous. The policy further states that all potential conflicts of interest of the CME staff and faculty be fully disclosed to the program’s participants. In addition, Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education policy now mandates that the sponsor adequately manage all identified potential conflicts of interest prior to the program. We at UCLA fully endorse the letter and spirit of these concepts. Location The Ritz-Carlton, Marina del Rey 4375 Admiralty Way Marina del Rey, California 90292 310-823-1700 or 800-241-3333 310-823-2404 facsimile www.ritzcarlton.com/hotels/marina_del_rey March is the ideal time of year to visit Southern California. Temperatures are usually in the mid 70s, and skies are sunny and clear. The Ritz-Carlton overlooks the world’s largest small craft harbor and offers spectacular coastline vistas from the balcony of every guestroom. Guests will enjoy two lighted tennis courts, a waterfront swimming pool and state-of-theart fitness center/spa, as well as other amenities that give the Ritz-Carlton its uncompromising reputation. Within walking distance of the hotel are a variety of restaurants, clubs, and shops, as well as biking paths, jogging trails and, of course, the Marina Beach. Close by are art galleries, popular restaurants, architectural showpieces, and the distinctive cultural scenes of Santa Monica and Venice Beach. Shopping in Beverly Hills, Century City, Abbott Kinney, and Santa Monica’s 3rd Street Promenade is close by. The Los Angeles area offers a variety of vacation entertainment for both adults and children. Disneyland, Knott’s Berry Farm, Six Flags Magic Mountain, and Universal Studios are just a few of the attractions that help make a visit to Southern California a memorable experience. Accommodations A block of rooms has been reserved at the Ritz-Carlton for conference participants at a special conference rate of $270.00 plus tax per night for single/double occupancy. One night’s deposit is required to guarantee late arrival (after 5 pm). Confirmation of reservations received after February 4, 2014 is subject to availability. For reservations call 310-823-1700 or 800-241-3333. Be sure to mention UCLA’s State-of-the-Art Urology Conference when calling in your reservations. Parking Daytime: $10 valet only Overnight: $25 Emergency Calls You may be reached during the conference at 310823-1700. Ask the hotel operator to direct your call to the UCLA State-of-the-Art Urology conference registration desk. Transportation to Hotel From LAX Taxi or shuttle service is available from Los Angeles International Airport to the Ritz-Carlton, Marina del Rey. Refunds Cancellations must be received in writing by February 5, 2014, and will be subject to a $75 processing fee. No refunds will be given after that date. If, for any reason, the course must be canceled, discontinued, or rescheduled by the Office of Continuing Medical Education, a full refund will be provided. You may fax your refund request to 310-794-2624. Please visit our websites: www.uclaurology.com and www.cme.ucla.edu
    • Enrollment Online Use your American Express, MasterCard, Visa, or Discover card. www.cme.ucla.edu/courses Click on “UCLA State-of-the-Art Urology.” By Mail Use the form attached. For additional applications, use a photocopy or separate sheet giving all information requested on the form. By Phone Use American Express, MasterCard, Visa, or Discover. Call 310-794-2620 By FAX Send the completed enrollment form with charge card information and authorizing signature to the Office of Continuing Medical Education at 310-794-2624. ENROLLMENT IS LIMITED. EARLY ENROLLMENT IS ADVISED. For additional information, contact the Office of Continuing Medical Education, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, Urology Conference, 10920 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 1060, Los Angeles, CA 90024-6512; 310-794-2620; E-Mail address: eayala@mednet.ucla.edu. " r egi s tr ati on f orm Winter 2014 Fee UCLA State-of-the-Art Urology M134-6 $ Dry Lab (limit 40) $ Total Please Print $ $75.00  Lab Fee Dry (must be in conjunction with general session) General Session Fee $550.00 Physicians $350.00 David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA Faculty $275.00 Non-Physicians, Healthcare Professionals $110.00  Residents (accompanied by a confirmatory letter of status from department chief or training director) Social Security Number (last four digits only) Name (First/Middle/Last) q Male q Female Degree (MD, PhD, RN, NP, etc.) Preferred Mailing Address City/State/ZIP Area Code/Daytime Phone Fax E-mail address Field of Practice If UCLA faculty, indicate:______________________________________________  ____________________________ Faculty Appointment Title Campus Some of the exhibitors would like to get in touch with course attendees following the meeting. May we share your name and email address with the exhibitors? q Yes  q No q Check enclosed payable to: The Regents of the University of California Charge: q American Express q MasterCard q Visa q Discover __________________________ – __________________________ – __________________________ – ����������� Authorizing Signature Expiration Date Mail to: Office of Continuing Medical Education, Urology, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, 10920 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 1060, Los Angeles, CA 90024-6512. Fax to: 310-794-2624
    • State-of-the-Art Marina del Rey, California The Ritz-Carlton March 6-9, 2014 Urology UCLA UCLA Office of Continuing Medical Education David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA   MC29 405 Hilgard Avenue Box 956938 Los Angeles, CA 90095-6938 Nonprofit Org. U.s. Postage Paid Ucla