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  1. 1. 27t Annual h cuRREnT concEpTs In pRIMARy cARE cARDIoLogy confEREncE AnD ELEcTRocARDIogRAphy couRsE october 17—20, 2007 SponSored by: wednesday—saturday uc davis health system office of continuing Medical education waikoloa marriott and diviSion of cardiovaScular Medicine kohala coaSt of the departMent of internal Medicine big iSland of hawaii
  2. 2. Wednesday, OCtOber 17, 2007 tHUrsday, OCtOber 18, 2007 7:15 am Registration, continental breakfast, visit exhibits 7:45 am Continental breakfast, conversation, visit exhibits 7:50 Welcome and Course Objectives 8:20 Welcome and Course Objectives Garrett B. Wong, MD Ezra A. Amsterdam, MD 8:00 Pre-Test: Interpretation of ECG Unknowns 8:30 Treatment of Carotid Artery Disease: Audience Response Self-Assessment System Catheter vs Surgery vs Medical Therapy Saul Schaefer, MD An important perspective on a rapidly evolving area Garrett B. Wong, MD 8:20 The Normal Electrocardiogram Garrett B. Wong, MD 8:55 Q&A 8:50 Q&A 9:00 Acute Therapy for Myocardial Infarction: PCI or lytics, plus… 8:55 QRS Axis: Calculation and Clinical Relevance How to evaluate and prioritize available methods Milind Dhond, MBBS Jason H. Rogers, MD 9:25 Q&A 9:25 Q&A 9:30 Refreshment break, conversation, visit exhibits 9:30 Noninvasive Imaging for Coronary Artery Disease: CT and MRI 9:50 Normal Cardiac Conduction and Conduction Defects A new dimension, value/limitations, when to order Saul Schaefer, MD Saul Schaefer, MD 10:20 Q&A 9:55 Q&A 10:25 Arrhythmias I: Supraventricular 10:00 Refreshment break, conversation, visit exhibits Garrett B. Wong, MD 10:20 Medical Therapy for CAD: 11:00 Q&A Implications of the COURAGE Trial Putting optimal medical therapy and PCI into perspective 11:05 Arrhythmias II: Wide QRS Tachycardias Ezra A. Amsterdam, MD Milind Dhond, MBBS 10:45 Q&A 11:40 Q&A 10:50 CABG and Valve Surgery in 2007 11:45 Hypertrophy: Ventricular, Atrial Both areas are characterized by major continuing advances Saul Schaefer, MD J. Nilas Young, MD 12:05 pm Q&A 11:15 Q&A 12:10 Lunchtime Workshop (box lunch included) 11:20 Self-assessment Ezra A. Amsterdam, MD Audience-response system on questions of the day’s presentations Ezra A. Amsterdam, MD 2:00 Myocardial Ischemia Garrett B. Wong, MD 11:50 Adjourn 2:20 Q&A 12:00—2:00 pm Cardiac Auscultation Lunchtime Workshop (Optional, additional fee, box lunch included and 1.5 hours of credit) 2:25 Myocardial Infarction Workshop utilizing integrated audiovisual simultaneous display of heart sounds, Milind Dhond, MBBS hemodynamic tracings and ECG. Milind Dhond, MBBS 2:45 Q&A 4:30—5:30 pm Yoga on the Beach 2:50 Refreshment break, conversation, visit exhibits Dina Amsterdam 3:05 Non-ischemic Causes of ST-T Abnormalities, Drug Effects, Metabolic Abnormalities Saul Schaefer, MD 3:25 Q&A 3:30 Exercise Testing Garrett B. Wong, MD 3:50 Q&A 3:55 Case Studies with ECG Interpretation Drs. Dhond, Schaefer and Wong 4:20 Q&A 4:25 Adjourn
  3. 3. frIday, OCtOber 19, 2007 satUrday, OCtOber 20, 2007 6:45—8:00 am Breakfast Roundtable Discussions 6:45—8:00 am Breakfast Roundtable Discussions (Additional fee, registration required, breakfast included, registration (Additional fee, registration required, breakfast included, registration limited. 3 hours of credit) Discuss specific topics with a faculty expert limited. 3 hours of credit) Discuss specific topics with a faculty expert over breakfast. over breakfast. 1. Contemporary Management of Hypertension 5. Alternative Therapies For CAD (CoEQ10, Flaxseed, Omega 3, etc.) William J. Bommer, MD Do They Work? 2. Drug Eluting Stents—Are they Safe? Saul Schaefer, MD Jason H. Rogers, MD 6. Women and CAD: Is It Different? 3. NonST Elevation ACS: Medical or Invasive Management? Ezra A. Amsterdam, MD Garrett B. Wong, MD 7. PCI After The COURAGE Trial—An Interventionalist Perspective 4. Heart Failure with Normal Systolic Function Garrett B. Wong, MD Saul Schaefer, MD 8. When To Order An Echocardiogram? William J. Bommer, MD general session 7:45 am Continental breakfast, conversation, visit exhibits general session 7:45 am Continental breakfast, conversation, visit exhibits 8:20 Announcements Saul Schaefer, MD 8:20 Announcements Ezra A. Amsterdam, MD 8:30 Biomarkers: Which Ones are Helpful in Cardiac Risk Assessment? 8:30 Thoracic Aortic Surgery: Evaluating the increasing array of these markers Saul Schaefer, MD From Minimal to Maximally Invasive Important advances have met this major therapeutic challenge 8:55 Q&A J. Nilas Young, MD 9:00 Peripheral Artery Disease for the 8:55 Q&A Primary Care Practitioner Why PAD is receiving increasing attention and how 9:00 Treatment of Atrial Fibrillation in 2007— to approach it Drugs vs Catheter Ablation Garrett B. Wong, MD Increasing alternatives for the increasing epidemic Uma N. Srivatsa, MD 9:25 Q&A 9:25 Q&A 9:30 Dyslipidemia: Keeping Up with the Evidence Is LDL the right target, whither HDL…? 9:30 The Role of Patent Foramen Ovale and Its Closure Ezra A. Amsterdam, MD in Cryptogenic Stroke/Migraine 9:55 Q&A Is PFO important…indications for device closure…results? Jason H. Rogers, MD 10:00 Refreshment break, conversation, visit exhibits 9:55 Q&A 10:20 The Ubiquitous Renin-Angiotensin System and its Modulation in the Prevention and Management of 10:00 Refreshment break, conversation, visit exhibits Cardiovascular Disease Implications for hypertension heart failure, atherothrombosis… 10:20 The Obesity Epidemic: Implications for William J. Bommer, MD Cardiovascular Disease Current concepts in this major challenge to cardiovascular health 10:45 Q&A William J. Bommer, MD 10:50 Percutaneous Treatment of Cardiac Valve Disease 10:45 Q&A Is the future now, what is the status of this exciting approach? Jason H. Rogers, MD 10:50 Who Should Get an Implantable Cardiac Defibrillator? 11:15 Q&A Role of the PCP efficacy, complications, effectiveness , Uma N. Srivatsa, MD 11:20 Self-assessment Audience-response system on questions of the day’s presentations 11:15 Q&A Saul Schaefer, MD 11:20 Self-assessment 11:50 Adjourn Audience-response system on questions of the day’s presentations Drs. Amsterdam and Schaefer 12:00—2:00 pm Intermediate ECG Lunchtime Workshop Recommend Wednesday’s Basic ECG course prior to taking this workshop. 11:50 Adjourn, turn in your evaluation and pick up your (Optional, additional fee, box lunch included and 1.5 hours of credit) certificate of attendance. Interactive session, demonstrations, ECG unknowns. Assumes knowledge of ECG interpretation equivalent to that in the text: Thaler, The Only EKG Book You’ll Ever Need. Ezra A. Amsterdam, MD 4:30—5:30 pm Stress Reduction Techniques (Optional, no fee, participants and their guests are invited; please reserve your seat(s) on the enrollment form) (No CME) Heal yourself (and your patients). Practical approaches utilizing techniques from meditation, Yoga and relaxation. Dina Amsterdam
  4. 4. UC daVIs, departMent Of InternaL MedICIne dIVIsIOn Of CardIOVasCULar MedICIne COUrse CO-CHaIrs Ezra A. Amsterdam, MD, FACC Saul Schaefer, MD, FACC Professor of Medicine Professor of Medicine Associate Chief, Academic Affairs Veteran’s Administration Chief of Cardiology Reginald I. Low, MD, FACC Northern California Health System Professor of Medicine Chief, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine Director of Heart Center gUest speakers Dina Amsterdam J. Nilas Young, MD Yoga Instructor Professor of Surgery San Francisco, CA Chief of Cardiothoracic Surgery Department of Surgery Milind Dhond, MBBS, FACC UC Davis Health System Assistant Professor of Medicine Division of Cardiovascular Medicine UC daVIs, departMent Of UC UC Davis Health System Cardiologist Cardiology Consultants of Napa Valley UC daVIs, departMent Of InternaL MedICIne dIVIsIOn Of CardIOVasCULar MedICIne faCULty William J. Bommer, MD, FACC Uma Srivatsa, MD Professor of Medicine Assistant Professor of Medicine Director, Noninvasive Services Electrophysiology Services Director, Fellowship Training Program Garrett B. Wong, MD Jason H. Rodgers, MD Assistant Professor Associate Professor of Medicine CCU Director Director, Cardiovascular Research Unit COnferenCe COOrdInatOr Kimber Chavez, CMP Meeting Planner Office of Continuing Medical Education UC Davis Health System In accordance with applicable State and Federal laws and University policy, the University of California does not discriminate in any of its policies, procedures, or practices on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, handicap, age, veterans status, medical condition (cancer-related), ancestry, or marital status as defined in Section 12926 of the California Government Code; nor does the University discriminate on the basis of citizenship, within the limits imposed by law or University policy. In conformance with the applicable law and University policy, the University of California is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Inquiries regarding the University’s equal opportunity policies may be directed to the Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs-Affirmative Action Officer and Title IX Coordinator at University of California, Davis, 525 Mark Hall, Davis, CA 95616. (530) 752-2070. Speech or hearing impaired persons may dial (530) 752-7320 (TDD).
  5. 5. needs assessMent enrOLLMent prIMary Care CardIOLOgy Please register early – space is limited. Tuition is $650 for physicians While remarkable advances in prevention and treatment have reduced and $495 for all others for the 4 day Course. Tuition will increase morbidity and mortality from cardiovascular disease (CVD), a number September 10, 2007. of important areas in this field are a continuing challenge. The aging population and improved survival of patients with CVD have resulted in Tuition includes continental breakfasts, refreshment breaks, extensive an increase in the prevalence of congestive heart failure, arrhythmias and referenced syllabus and meals where noted on the program. We are offering certain valvular diseases. Cardiac risk factors, including hypertension, optional workshop sessions that include breakfast roundtable discussions hyperlipidemia and metabolic syndrome continue to be undertreated on topics you choose, a Lunchtime Advanced ECG Interpretation Workshop despite proven therapies that decrease the incidence of CVD. The “gender and an Auscultation Workshop. Please register for these sessions on the gap” in management of women compared to men has been reduced but enrollment application. Each cost $65 and include additional CME credits not eliminated and continues to impair outcomes in the former. Whom to and a breakfast or box lunch as applicable. Confirmation of registration refer for newer pharmacologic agents, ablation of arrhythmias and device will be sent within two weeks after receipt of enrollment form. therapy afford new opportunities and challenges to the primary care clinician. Optimal patient care is founded on evidence-based medicine Tuition may be paid by check, American Express, Discover, MasterCard or tailored to the individual patient. Therefore, the goals of this course are VISA. Cash is not accepted. UCDHS and UCD School of Medicine volunteer to present current standards of care in the daily treatment of patients. faculty, alumni, faculty and staff are eligible for tuition discounts. See Practical approaches to management and their rational application will enrollment form for details. Refunds must be requested by September 14 be emphasized. and will be subject to a $50 service charge. Program materials cannot be guaranteed unless enrollment is received by September 14. The Office of edUCatIOnaL ObjeCtIVes Continuing Medical Education reserves the right to cancel this program; prIMary Care CardIOLOgy in such a case, a full refund will be given. At the end of the program, participants should be able to: GUESTS: Your guests are invited to purchase meal tickets for continental breakfasts and coffee breaks. Name badges must be worn. • Recognize the value and limitations of new therapy for CAD • Apply optimal therapy for the post-MI patient WORKSHOPS: All workshops are optional and require pre-registration • State the role of catheter-based and device therapy for CVD and fees. • Achieve the standard care for patients with CHF and atrial fibrillation • Treat cardiac risk factors to current therapeutic targets BREAKFAST ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS: will be held Friday and Saturday mornings. These sessions are limited to 9 participants each and will • Apply optimal therapy to women with CVD and risk factors for CVD include continental breakfast and 1 hour of credit for an additional $45 each. • Manage the metabolic syndrome to reduce CVD risk • Discuss the current status of CT coronary angiography AUSCULTATION & INTERMEDIATE ECG AFTERNOON WORKSHOPS: • Interpret basic ECG and auscultatory findings are interactive sessions and accrue 1.5 hours of credit for an additional • Utilize practical techniques for stress reduction $65 and include a box lunch. needs assessMent aCCredItatIOn basIC eLeCtrOCardIOgrapHy COUrse The University of California, Davis, Health System is The electrocardiogram (ECG) remains the simplest and most frequently accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing used cardiac test. Despite its limitations, it provides a remarkable amount Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing of important information at no risk and low cost. Exercise testing and medical education for physicians. ambulatory monitoring, extensions of the ECG, are also extensively utilized. This course focuses on interpretation of the most common ECGs Physician Credit: The Office of Continuing Medical Education of the seen in daily practice. It assumes a familiarity with the level of information University of California, Davis, Health System (School of Medicine, in Thaler’s small text, The Only ECG Book You’ll Ever Need. In addition Medical Center and Medical Group) designates this educational activity to basic lectures, the course will cover a broad range of practical topics for a maximum of 22 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ of the Physician’s that will include clinical cases, exercise testing and the pediatric ECG. Recognition Award of the American Medical Association. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. edUCatIOnaL ObjeCtIVes basIC eLeCtrOCardIOgrapHy COUrse gEnERAL sEssIon = 17 houRs opITIonAL sEssIons = 5 houRs At the end of the program, participants should be able to: AAFP: Application for CME credit has been filed with the American • Discuss the value and limitations of the standard ECG Academy of Family Physicians. Determination of credit is pending. • Identify common ECG abnormalities • Diagnose cardiac tachy- and bradyarrhythmias The following may apply CMe Category 1 credit for license renewal. • Recognize cardiac chamber hypertrophy • Distinguish between ischemia/infarction and nonspecific Physician Assistant: The National Commission on Certification of repolarization changes Physician Assistants (NCCPA) states that AMA accredited Category 1 courses are acceptable for continuing medical education requirements for • Interpret the exercise ECG recertification. Registered Nurse: The California Board of Registered Nursing accepts CME Category 1 credit toward license renewal. On the BRN license renewal form, report the number of hours you attended (up to 22 hours of credit) and fill in “CME Category 1” for the provider number.
  6. 6. LOCatIOn addItIOnaL aCCredItatIOns Pharmacist: The University of California, Davis, Health System is approved by the American Council on Pharmaceutical Education as a provider of continuing pharmaceutical education. ACPE Universal Program Number 277-000-07- 104-L04 has been assigned to this program. This program provides 16 contact hours (1.6 CEUs) of continuing education credit. cALIfoRnIA MAnDATE cALIfoRnIA Ab 1195 With the passage of California Assembly Bill 1195, signed November 2005, continuing medical education courses with patient care components are 69-275 Waikoloa Beach Drive required to include curricula in the subject of cultural and linguistic Waikoloa—Hawaii, Hawaii 96738 competency. It is the intent of the bill, which went into effect on July 1, (808) 886-6789 2006, to encourage physicians and surgeons, CME providers in the state (808) 886-3601 fax of California, and the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical (800) 228-9290 reservations Education to meet the cultural and linguistic concerns of a diverse http://marriott.com/property/propertypage/KOAMC patient population through appropriate professional development. The planners, speakers and authors of this CME activity have been A Ritz Carlton/Marriott Family Brand Hotel encouraged to address issues relevant in their topic area. In addition, a variety of resources are available to address cultural and linguistic Tucked into the sun-splashed Kona Kohala Coast on the Big Island of competency, some of which will be included in the syllabus or handout Hawaii, the beautifully restored Waikoloa Beach Marriott welcomes guests materials. Additional resources and information about CA AB 1195 can with the gracious look, style and service of Hawaii’s rich heritage. With the be found on our website at http://cme.ucdavis.edu. bounty of land and sea captured in stunning views, it’s the perfect place for a memorable visit. Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort is situated on an isolated strip of Kohala Coast Beach. COnferenCe aIr traVeL tO kOna InternatIOnaL aIrpOrt This full-service resort features deluxe accommodations with: • Newly renovated guestrooms featuring contemporary Polynesian and The Office of Continuing Medical Education has arranged group rates Asian decor with several airlines. Please read and follow the directions carefully to • The new “Revive” bed from Marriott—designer duvets, fluffier pillows, obtain these special rates for your travels to UC Davis Continuing Medical 300 count linens Education conferences. • Includes private lanai, Kona coffee & tea service, pull out sofa bed, Yukata robes, in room refrigerator and safe Aloha Airlines: For this specific conference, substantial flight discounts • Rooms equipped with high-speed Internet access are available through Aloha Airlines for conference participants and their • All guestrooms are Smoke Free guests. Reservations and ticketing may be completed by calling Aloha • Located on 15 tropical beach front acres fronting ancient Hawaiian fish Airlines reservations at (800) 367-5250. Callers must identify the Group ponds and Anaeho’omalu Bay Code: UCD and Group Name: UC Davis Cardiology conference to receive • Walking distance to shopping, dining, golf and ocean sports 10% off published inter-island and transpacific base fares. The discount can • Hawaii’s only naturally sheltered beach not be extended to internet bookings. • Glass Bottom Boat rides, boogie board, hydrobikes, kayaking and snorkeling equipment rentals hawaiian Airlines: For this specific conference, substantial flight discounts • Swim with the dolphins nearby are available through Hawaiian Airlines for our West Coast attendees. You • Hawaiian cultural activities may access these rates by logging on to the Hawaiian Airlines website: • Lei making classes, hula and ukulele lessons, petroglyph walking tour http://www.HawaiianAir.com/Affiliate. You must enter the Preferred • Children’s pool with partial sand bottom and waterslide Affiliate Program Code: UCDheALTh to book your discounted flight • New infinity pool online. This discount is only available to internet bookings. At the FareShopper Page, be sure to click on the tabs showing the 5% or A block of rooms is being held for our conference participants at exceptional $20.00 discount. Tickets will be issued directly from Hawaiian Airlines single or double occupancy group rates of: $185 Mountain View, $215 by Electronic Ticketing (E-Ticket). Partial Ocean View and $225 Ocean View (plus hotel and sales taxes). Please contact the hotel directly to make your reservations. After July 13, 2007, United Airlines: Please call United Airlines at (800) 521-4041 between reservations will be on a space and rate available basis. Please be sure to 7:00 am & 12:00 am ET, to take advantage of this conference’s discounts by identify yourself as a UC Davis Cardiology Conference participant. mentioning account code #552QB. Discounts include 10% off the lowest, unrestricted coach fare or 5% off the lowest applicable fares (some restrictions apply) when you travel to the meeting site (mileage plus applies). United By staying at the host hotel, you help the University of California, Davis, specialists will explain any restrictions and make reservations for you. If meet its contractual obligations with the Waikoloa Beach Marriott and keep you purchase from a local agent, be sure the agent calls the 800 number and future registration fees reasonable. Please consider this when making your uses the account code. Fares are guaranteed at the time of ticket purchase. accommodation decisions. We encourage you to stay at the host hotel. drIVIng dIreCtIOns Please consider layered clothing as heating and cooling conditions may vary. Upon leaving Kona Int’l Airport turn left onto Queen Kaahumanu Highway. Continue on the highway for approximately 18 miles until you reach the If you have any special needs due to a disability as specified in the Waikoloa Beach Marriott entrance on your left. Turn left onto Waikoloa Americans with Disabilities Act, please call the Office of Continuing Beach Drive. Continue until the 2nd stop sign. At this sign, turn left into Medical Education at (916) 734-5390 so we may make the necessary the hotel entrance. accommodations for you.
  7. 7. Click here for Online Registration or go to: https://ucdcrc.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/servlet/CmeSignIn?ccode=CCPCC08 UC daVIs HeaLtH systeM enrOLLMent appLICatIOn CMe MIssIOn (Please Print) Current ConCePts in Primary Care Cardiology oc tob er 17—20, 2007 The Office of Continuing Medical Education at the University of California, Davis, Health ______________________________________________________________________________________________ System (School of Medicine, Medical Center First Name M.I. Last Name and Medical Group) offers physicians and MD DO PharmD RPh PA NP RN Other: ____________________________________________ other health-care professionals educational ______________________________________________________________________________________________ opportunities that foster excellence in patient Institution/Employer (as you would like it to appear on your badge) care. In concert with the overall mission of the UC Davis Health System, our endeavor is supported ______________________________________________________________________________________________ Address (where you would like your receipt mailed) by the Office of Continuing Medical Education ______________________________________________________________________________________________ Advisory Committee to ensure that activities City State Zip Code comply with the Essentials and Standards of the ______________________________________________________________________________________________ ( ) ( ) Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Day Phone Fax Number Education. We support the concept of continuous ______________________________________________________________________________________________ undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate E-Mail medical education throughout the lifetime of the Physician information required for CME credit and name badge. Please indicate primary medical specialty: health-care professional. To achieve our mission, FP GP IM Other (specify) _____________________________________________________________________ we support the expansion of both traditional and Social Security Number (last 4 digits required for transcript purposes) innovative modes of learning. dIsCLOsUre Address Label Code (see address label: example CCCPP, MMSCCC) ___________________________________________ WEB If you did not receive a brochure in the mail, how did you hear about this conference? As a sponsor accredited by the Accreditation (Example: PT&MG, web search, magazine, friend)? ________________________________________________________ Council for Continuing Medical Education, the UC Davis Health System, Office of Continuing main courses physIcIAn fEEs oThER pRAcTITIonER fEEs Medical Education must ensure balance, before Sept. 10 after Sept. 10 before Sept. 10 after Sept. 10 independence, objectivity and scientific rigor in REgIsTRATIon fEEs $650 $700 $495 $570 all individually or jointly sponsored educational activities. Speakers, moderators, panel members DIscounT fEEs $520 $545 $396 $446 and planning committee members participating Faculty Volunteer faculty Alumni Staff in a sponsored activity are expected to disclose to the audience any significant financial interests or other relationships with 7-Digit UC Davis Recharge Acct. # Authorized Signature and Phone Number Department manufacturers of commercial products and/ or providers of commercial services that will workshop enrollment (pLEAsE REgIsTER EARLy, As woRkshops ARE LIMITED AnD fILL up EARLy) fEEs be discussed in their presentations. The intent Thursday, 12:00–2:00 pm (Additional fee, registration required, lunch included) $65 of this disclosure is not to prevent speakers Cardiac Auscultation Workshop with significant financial or other relationships Friday, 12:20–2:20 pm (Additional fee, registration required, lunch included) $65 from making presentations. Rather, disclosure Intermediate eCG Workshop allows listeners to determine if content is Friday, 4:30–5:30 pm # attending: ______ $0 evidence based and free of commercial bias, Stress Reduction Techniques (No fee, guests and family members invited) and it demonstrates how speakers will resolve meet the professor breakfast roundtables (LIMITED To 9 EAch subjEcT) fEEs conflict when it exists. All presenters must (Additional fee, registration required, agree to provide verbal disclosure prior to Friday, 6:45 am 1st choice: 1 2 3 4 2nd choice: 1 2 3 4 continental breakfast included) $45 presentations. A complete disclosure statement (Additional fee, registration required, and acknowledgment of commercial support Saturday, 6:45 am 1st choice: 5 6 7 8 2nd choice: 5 6 7 8 continental breakfast included) $45 for this program will be included in the syllabus provided at the activity. guest/spouse food package (nAME bADgEs MusT bE woRn) fEEs ______ Adults Name(s) _______________________________________________________ $75 fOr fUrtHer InfOrMatIOn ______ Children 6–12 Name(s) _____________________________________________________ $45 UC Davis Health System ToTAL Office of Continuing Medical Education If you need disability accommodations to attend the meeting, please let us know by 1-866-CME4EDU (263-4338) September 17 and our representative will contact you. Tel (916) 734-5390 Please note special dietary requirement Fax (916) 734-0742 Please check your payment method. 3560 Business Drive, Suite 130 Check enclosed payable to: UC Regents AmEx Discover MasterCard VISA Sacramento, CA 95820-2161 http://cme.ucdavis.edu _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ account number expiration date brOCHUre art CredIt _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ authorized signature (name on card) 3-digit security code Photography courtesy of istockphoto.com. Please use ONE of these methods to register: (Do not mail if previously faxed or telephoned) For Office Use Only Mail application and payment to UC Davis, Telephone: (916) 734-5390 c/o office of Continuing Medical education, CCPCC08 3560 Business Drive, Suite 130, Fax application (916) 734-0742 Sacramento, CA 95820-2161
  8. 8. Non-profit Org. University of California, Davis U.S. Postage Office of Continuing Medical Education The Best MINDS in MeDICINe. 3560 Business Drive, Suite 130 And TheN SoMe. paid Sacramento, CA 95820-2161 Sacramento, CA Permit No. 3405 27th annual If you cannot attend... current concepts in primary care cardiology conference please give brochure and to a colleague! electrocardiography course DATED MATERIAL highlights ■ One Day Basic EKG Course for Primary Care Practitioners ■ Update on Interventional and Medical Therapy for CAD ■ New Understanding of Heart Disease in Women ■ Evaluation and Management of Cardiac Arrhythmias ■ Interventional Therapy for Peripheral Arterial Disease ■ Value and Limitations of New Cardiac Imaging Methods ■ Recent Advances in Risk Factor Assessment and Therapy ■ Therapeutic Role of New Cardiac Drugs ■ Stress Reduction Workshop ■ Morning and Afternoon Small Group Workshops ■ On-line registration: http://cme.ucdavis.edu/conferences ■ A Maximum of 22 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ This program is self-supporting and receives no state funding. comments from previous course participants “Wonderful conference! Best conference I’ve ever attended! Speakers were exceptional and topics were well covered. Good scheduling and flow/timekeeping of presentations. Practical application of info rather than esoteric review/discussion.” “Appreciated level of info and coverage for primary care providers.” “I attend many conferences and I always find UC Davis’ among the best. The faculty are very good and their lectures are always very practical and up to date. The faculty are great teachers!”