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Robotic Oncology

  1. 1. MINIMALLY INVASIVE NEW TECHNOLOGY IN ONCOLOGIC SURGERY PAN AMERICAN Robotic Oncology Symposium (PAROS) The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center Cancer Prevention Building – 8th Floor 1155 Pressler Street, Houston, Texas February 26–27, 2010
  2. 2. ACCREDITATION/ CREDIT DESIGNATION The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center designates this educational activity for a maximum of 14.50 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM . Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. CME CERTIFICATES AND ATTENDANCE VERIFICATION CERTIFICATES Certificates awarding AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM or certificates documenting attendance will be distributed to participants when an individual departs the symposium. To obtain a CME certificate, physicians must submit a completed evaluation question- naire and a CME Verification Form. Upon request, a record of attendance (certificate) will be provided on-site to other health care professionals for requesting credits in accordance with state nursing boards, specialty societies, or other professional associations. GOAL The goal of the symposium is to improve the outcomes of patients undergoing curative surgery for cancer by broadening the minimally invasive applications for cancer surgery and accelerating advances within specialties by providing a forum for cross-pollination by multiple specialties. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES After attending the symposium, participants should be able to • List the essential elements comprising an adequate lymphadenectomy; Recognize surgical and pathologic barriers limiting lymph node counts; Operate using techniques that maximize lymph node harvest; • Discuss the current state of robotic cancer surgery in the respective surgical specialties; List appropriate patient selection criteria for robotic applications; • Recognize the value of cross-specialty collaborations; • Apply the judicial use of robotic surgery to appropriately selected patients with cancer • Identify methods that maximize training of fellows, trainees, and colleagues. TARGET AUDIENCE This symposium should be of interest to physicians from various surgical oncology disciplines (Urology, ENT, Gynecology, General Surgery, and Thoracic) that perform minimally invasive laparoscopic surgery and/or robotic surgery. EDUCATIONAL METHODS Lectures - Questions and Answers - Panel Discussions - Videos EVALUATION A course evaluation form will provide participants with the opportunity to comment on the value of the program content to their practice decisions, performance improvement activities, or possible impact on patient health status. Participants will also have the opportunity to comment on any perceived commercial bias in the presentations as well as to identify future educational topics. PROGRAM CHAIR Surena F. Matin, MD Associate Professor Urology M. D. Anderson M. D. ANDERSON PLANNING COMMITTEE George J. Chang, MD Assistant Professor Surgical Oncology John W. Davis, MD Assistant Professor Urology Jennifer Y. Deneen, MPH Associate Department Administrator MINTOS-Division of Surgery Ehab Y. Hanna, MD Professor Head & Neck Surgery Chris Holsinger, MD, FACS Associate Professor Head & Neck Surgery Pedro T. Ramirez, MD Associate Professor Gynecologic Oncology Richard E. Royal, MD Associate Professor Surgical Oncology Pamela T. Soliman, MD Assistant Professor Gynecologic Oncology Nadine S. Turner, MBA, RN P. C. Nurse Manager Main OR Nursing Constance C. Tierney, CMP Logistics Planner CME/Conference Management Ara Vaporciyan, MD Associate Professor, Thoracic & Cardiovascular Surgery PAN AMERICAN Robotic Oncology Symposium (PAROS) February 26–27, 2010
  3. 3. Friday, February 26, 2010 7:00 am Registration and Continental Breakfast 8:00 Welcome Remarks 8:05 Keynote Speaker Andrew von Eschenbach, MD GENERAL SESSION........................................................ CURRENT STATUS OF ROBOTIC ONCOLOGY: WHERE ARE WE AND WHERE ARE WE GOING? Moderators: Surena F. Matin, MD and Rene Sotelo, MD 8:35 Genitourinary Oncology Surena F. Matin, MD 8:45 Gynecologic Oncology Javier Magrina, MD 8:55 Surgical Oncology Woo-Jin Hyung, MD 9:05 Thoracic Oncology Bernard Park, MD 9:15 Head & Neck Oncology Chris Holsinger, MD 9:25 Panel Discussion/Questions and Answers All Faculty 9:45 Break 10:00 Anesthesia Considerations and Fire Safety Gabriel E. Mena, MD 10:20 OR Personnel: Nursing Perspectives on Multi-Service Robotic Procedures: Challenges and Opportunities Nadine S. Turner, MBA, RN and John Sakaris, RN 10:40 Minimally Invasive Robotic Surgery: An Administrator’s Perspective Garrett L. Walsh, MD 11:00 Expert Panel Discussion and Automated Response System: Controversies in Robotic Surgery Moderator: Pedro T. Ramirez, MD Topics: GYN Experts: Javier Magrina, MD GU Experts: Inderbir Gill, MD SO/T Experts: Pier C. Giulianotti, MD H&N Experts: Chris Holsinger, MD 12:00-1:00 pm Lunch (provided) Optional Session – non CME How the da Vinci works: Robotics 101; Future of the da Vinci BREAKOUT SESSIONS.................................................... GENITOURINARY 1:00 pm Introduction Surena F. Matin, MD and John W. Davis, MD Prostate Cancer: Trifecta and Training Moderator: Inderbir Gill, MD 1:05 Surgical Margins and Oncologic Outcomes Craig Rogers, MD 1:25 Urinary Control: Techniques and Results Vipul Patel, MD 1:45 Erectile Function: Techniques and Results Jean Joseph, MD 2:05 Training and Curricula in RARP: M. D. Anderson Perspective John W. Davis, MD 2:25 Training and Curricula in RARP: Mayo Clinic Perspective Erik Castle, MD 2:45 Panel Discussion/Questions and Answers All Faculty 3:05 Break FRIDAYBREAKOUTSESSIONS PRO G R A M
  4. 4. PROSTATE CANCER: MISCELLANEOUS Moderators: John W. Davis, MD; Vipul Patel, MD; Craig Rogers, MD 3:20 Extraperitoneal Approach to RARP Jean Joseph, MD 3:40 Lymphadenectomy: Limited, Extended, or Skip It All Together? Mihir Desai, MD 4:00 Panel: Video Highlights: Difficult Cases, Tips for Efficiency, Audience Requests 4:30 Minimally Invasive Surgery in Urology: Current Perspectives Inderbir Gill, MD GYNECOLOGIC ONCOLOGY 1:00 pm Introduction Pamela T. Soliman, MD 1:10 How to Get Your Foot in the Door: Starting a Robotic Gynecology Program in a Busy Practice John Boggess, MD 1:40 Robotic Radical Hysterectomy Farr Nezhat, MD, FACS 2:10 Robotic Radical Trachelectomy Pedro T. Ramirez, MD 2:40 Extraperitoneal Approach to Lymphadenectomy: Using the Robot Javier Magrina, MD 3:10 Break 3:25 Controversy in Endometrial Cancer Staging: Is Combining Laparoscopy and the Robot the Best Approach? Pamela T. Soliman, MD 3:55 Expert Faculty Discussion Trouble-Shooting in Robotic Surgery Moderators: John Boggess, MD and Javier Magrina, MD 4:30 Video Presentations Pedro T. Ramirez, MD and Pamela T. Soliman, MD HEAD AND NECK SURGERY – THYROID 1:00 pm Introduction Chris Holsinger, MD 1:15 Endoscopic Management of the Neck: from MiVAT to Chung Chris Holsinger, MD 1:30 Transaxillary Robotic Thyroidectomy Woong Youn Chung, MD 2:00 Implementing Robotic Thyroid Surgery in Your Practice: Pitfalls and Possibilities Ronald B. Kuppersmith, MD 2:30 Trans-axillary Thyroidectomy, via pure endoscopic approach US Experience Simon K. Wright, MD 3:00 Break 3:15 Video Session: TransAxillary Thyroidectomy Sang-Wook Kang, MD 4:00 Minimally Invasive Video-assisted Thyroidectomy: Less is More Stephen Y. Lai, MD 4:30 Panel Discussion: Training, Complications, and Skills-Development Woong Youn Chung,MD; Ronald B. Kuppersmith, MD; Simon K. Wright, MD; Sang-Wook Kang, MD Chair: Chris Holsinger, MD SURGICAL ONCOLOGY & THORACIC 1:00 pm Introduction Richard E. Royal, MD 1:15 Collision Avoidance: What, When, and How to Optimize Instrumentation TBD 1:30 Robotic Gastric Surgery with Lymphadenectomy (US) Alessio Pigazzi, MD 2:00 Robotic Gastric Surgery with Lymphadenectomy (Korea) Woo-Jin Hyung, MD 2:30 Current Status of Robotic Hepatobiliary Oncology Pier C. Giulianotti, MD 3:15 Break FRIDAYBREAKOUTSESSIONS FRIDAYBREAKOUTSESSIONS
  5. 5. 3:30 Robotic Rectal Oncology: The Case for the Totally Robotic Approach Alessio Pigazzi, MD 4:00 Robotic Rectal Oncology: The Case for the Hybrid Approach George J. Chang, MD 4:30 Panel Discussion/Questions and Answers All Faculty GENERAL SESSION...................................... 5:00 pm Reception 6:00 pm Adjournment Saturday, February 27, 2010 7:30 am Registration/Continental Breakfast GENERAL SESSION........................................................ ROBOTIC TRAINING Moderator: Ara Vaporciyan, MD 8:00 Robotic Training: Simulators and Results of Curriculum Based Training John W. Davis, MD 8:15 Challenges and Solutions in Training the Practicing Surgeon Alessio Pigazzi, MD 8:30 Panel Discussion/Questions and Answers John W. Davis, MD; Alessio Pigazzi, MD; Rene Sotelo, MD; Pedro Escobar, MD 8:45 Robotic-Specific Complications: Lessons Learned Richard E. Royal, MD GYN: John Boggess, MD GU: Erik Castle, MD and Mihir Desai, MD SO: Pier C. Giulianotti, MD H&N: Eric Moore, MD 9:30 Open Mike: Question and Answer Panel 9:50 Break FUTURE OF ROBOTICS Moderators: John Boggess, MD and Craig Rogers, MD 10:00 Endoluminal, Flexible, and Single Port Robotics Mihir Desai, MD 10:15 Microrobots Inside You Jean Joseph, MD 10:30 Tilepro and Future of Image Guidance Woo-Jin Hyung, MD 10:45 Panel Discussion/Questions and Answers All Faculty 11:00 Lunch (provided) BREAKOUT SESSIONS.................................................... GENITOURINARY BLADDER CANCER Moderator: Erik Castle, MD 11:30 Point/Counterpoint: Is Robotic Extended Pelvic Lymphadenectomy as Good as Open Surgery? Yes! Erik Castle, MD 11:45 Point/Counterpoint: Is Robotic Extended Pelvic Lymphadenectomy as Good as Open Surgery? No! Christopher G. Wood, MD 12:00 pm Short-term Outcomes After Robotic Radical Cystectomy John W. Davis, MD 12:20 Point/Counterpoint: Totally Intracorpoeial Urinary Diversion – Pro Inderbir Gill, MD 12:40 Point/Counterpoint: Totally Intracorpoeial Urinary Diversion – Con Rene Sotelo, MD 12:55 Questions and Answers All Faculty 1:25 Break SATURDAYBREAKOUTSESSIONS
  6. 6. KIDNEY CANCER Moderators: Surena Matin, MD and Mihir Desai, MD 1:40 Results of Nephron-Sparing Surgery: Meeting the Standards of 3 Open Surgery Christopher G. Wood, MD 2:00 Robotic Partial Nephrectomy: Pros & Cons, Techniques, and Results Craig Rogers, MD 2:20 Laparoscopic Partial Nephrectomy: Pros & Cons, Techniques, and Results Rene Sotelo, MD 2:40 Panel Discussion/Questions and Answers All Faculty HEAD AND NECK SURGERY - TORS 11:30 am Introduction Chris Holsinger, MD 11:35 TORS: The UAB Experience Scott Magnuson, MD 12:05 pm TORS: The Mayo Experience Eric Moore, MD 12:35 TORS and Beyond: Free-flaps, skull-base and the Mt. Sinai Experience Eric Genden, MD 1:05 Break 1:20 Expanding Reconstructive Surgery Using Robotics Jesse Selber, MD 1:50 TORS for “Benign” Disease, with a focus on sleep apnea surgery Claudio Vicini, MD 2:10 Incorporating Robotic Surgery into the Multidisciplinary Paradigm Chris Holsinger, MD 2:40 Panel Discussion/Questions and Answers All Faculty SURGICAL ONCOLOGY & THORACIC 11:30 am Introduction George J. Chang, MD 11:45 Minimally Invasive Surgery for Tumors of the Pancreas: Is the Robot the Answer? Pier C. Giulianotti, MD 12:30 pm Retroperitoneal LND Richard Royal, MD 1:00 Break 1:15 Robotic Assisted Surgery for the Esophagus TBD 2:00 Robotic Assisted Surgery for Lung Cancer – Why and How Bernard Park, MD 2:45 Panel Discussion/Questions and Answers All Faculty GENERAL SESSION........................................................ 3:00 pm Adjournment SATURDAYBREAKOUTSESSIONS SATURDAYBREAKOUTSESSIONS GYNECOLOGIC ONCOLOGY 11:30 am Introduction Pedro T. Ramirez, MD 11:40 Difficult Adnexal Masses/Challenging Robotic Cases Farr Nezhat, MD 12:10 pm Robotic-Assisted Single Site Surgery in Gynecologic Oncology Pedro Escobar, MD 12:40 Learning Curve for Robotics and Gynecologic Oncology Pamela T. Soliman, MD 1:10 The Fellow’s Perspective on Robotic Surgery in Training Programs Shannon Neville Westin, MD 1:40 Break 1:55 Debate Moderator: Pedro T. Ramirez, MD Laparoscopy: Michael Frumovitz, MD Robotics: John Boggess, MD Physician Training: Should we all learn standard laparoscopy first? Fellow Education: Are we compromising the education of our fellows by using the robot? Endometrial Cancer: Is the staging procedure really the same? Open discussion
  7. 7. REGISTRATION INFORMATION On-site registration opens at 7:00 a.m. on Friday, February 26, 2010, and the symposium will begin at 8:00 a.m. on Friday, February 26, 2010. Advance registration is encouraged as space and materials are limited. Please see registration form for applicable fees. The deadline for advance registration is February 12, 2010. There are three ways to register: • Mail to: CME/Conference Management – Unit 1381, The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center P.O. Box 301439, Houston, TX 77230-1439 • Fax to: 713-794-1724 • On-line at www.mdanderson.org/conferences We accept the following forms of payment: • Check (payable through U.S. banks only) • Money Order • Credit Cards (MasterCard, VISA, and American Express) • Cash (on-site registration only) A receipt and confirmation letter will be sent to you within ten working days of receipt of your fee. The full conference registration fee includes the tuition, syllabus, continental breakfasts, breaks, lunches, and reception. REFUND/CANCELLATION POLICY The registration fee, minus a $50 administrative handling fee, is refundable if a written request is received on or before February 12, 2010. No refunds will be granted after that date. The request for a registration refund must include the tax identification number of the company or institution if registration was paid by a company or institution check. Although no refunds will be granted after February 12, 2010, you may transfer your registration to a colleague. The Department of CME/Conference Management reserves the right to cancel activities prior to the scheduled date, if low enrollment or other circumstances make it necessary. Each registrant will be notified by mail, e-mail, or the contact numbers as given on the registration form. In case of activity cancellation, liability of the Department of CME/Conference Management is limited to the registration fee. CME/Conference Management will refund the full registration fee. The Department of CME/Conference Management reserves the right to limit the number of participants in a program and is not responsible for any expenses incurred by an individual whose registration is not confirmed and for whom space is not available. For additional information, contact CME/Conference Management at 713-792-2223 or toll free at 866-849-5866. George J. Chang, MD Assistant Professor Surgical Oncology John W. Davis, MD Assistant Professor Urology Michael Frumovitz, MD Assistant Professor Gynecologic Oncology Chris Holsinger, MD, FACS Associate Professor Head & Neck Surgery Stephen Y. Lai, MD, PhD Assistant Professor Head & Neck Surgery Surena Matin, MD Associate Professor Urology M. D. Anderson Faculty...................................... Guest Faculty.................................................... Gabriel E. Mena, MD Assistant Professor Anesthesiology & Pain Medicine Pedro T. Ramirez, MD Associate Professor Gynecologic Oncology Richard E. Royal, MD Associate Professor Surgical Oncology John Sakaris, RN Clinical Nurse Main OR Nursing Jesse C. Selber, MD Assistant Professor Plastic Surgery Pamela T. Soliman, MD Assistant Professor Gynecologic Oncology Nadine S. Turner, MBA, RN P. C. Nurse Manager Main OR Nursing Ara A. Vaporciyan, MD Associate Professor Thoracic & Cardiovascular Surgery Andrew von Eschenbach, MD Adjunct Professor Urology Garrett L. Walsh, MD Professor Thoracic & Cardiovascular Surgery Shannon Neville Westin, MD Fellow Gynecologic Oncology Christopher G. Wood, MD Associate Professor Urology John Boggess, MD UNC Health Care System Chapel Hill, North Carolina Erik Castle, MD Mayo Clinic Cancer Center Scottsdale, Arizona Woong Youn Chung, MD Severance Hospital Yonsei University Medical Center Seoul, Korea Mihir Desai, MD University of Southern California Los Angeles, California Pedro Escobar, MD Cleveland Clinic Cleveland, Ohio Eric Genden, MD Mount Sinai School of Medicine New York, New York Inderbir Gill, MD University of Southern California Los Angeles, California Pier Cristoforo Giulianotti, MD University of Illinois Medical Center Chicago, Illinois Woo-Jin Hyung, MD Severance Hospital Yonsei University Medical Center Seoul, Korea Jean Joseph, MD University of Rochester Rochester, New York Sang-Wook Kang, MD Severance Hospital Yonsei University Medical Center Seoul, Korea Ronald B. Kuppersmith, MD College Station Medical Center College Station, Texas Scott Magnuson, MD University of Alabama Birmingham, Alabama Javier Magrina, MD Mayo Clinic Cancer Center Phoenix, Arizona Eric Moore, MD Mayo Clinic Rochester, Minnesota Farr Nezhat, MD, FACS Tuttenberg Treatment Center New York, New York Bernard Park, MD Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center New York, New York Vipul Patel, MD Florida Hospital Global Robotics Institute Celebration, Florida Alessio Pigazzi, MD City of Hope Duarte, California Craig Rogers, MD Henry Ford Hospital Detroit, Michigan Rene Sotelo, MD Instituto Medico La Floresta Venezuela Claudio Vicini, MD University of Pavia Italy Simon K. Wright, MD Iowa Methodist Medical Center Des Moines, Iowa
  8. 8. SPECIAL ASSISTANCE Contact the Department of CME/Conference Management at 713-792-2223 or toll free at 866-849-5866 if you have any special dietary or ADA accommodation needs. ACCOMMODATIONS • A block of rooms has been reserved for symposium attendees at the Hotel ZaZa, 5701 Main Street, Houston, Texas. • Early hotel reservation is suggested. • The hotel phone number is 713-526-1991 • When you make reservations be sure to mention the Pan American Robotic Oncology Symposium (PAROS) to be assured of receiving the special meeting rate of $179.00 single or double occupancy. Please add 17% Texas state and local taxes. Reservations and deposits received after February 10, 2010 will be confirmed if space is available and at current hotel published guest room rates. AIR TRAVEL M. D. Anderson has a program with Continental Airlines for discounted air travel. For discounts, call your travel professional or Continental’s MeetingWorks toll free at 800-468-7022. Outside of the United States, please call your local Continental Airlines Reservation Office. Mention Z Code: ZG6C and Agreement Code: DK9EJX. GROUND TRANSPORTATION • Houston is served by two airports, George Bush Intercontinental (IAH) and William P. Hobby (HOU). • Taxicabs are available at an estimated cost of $40-60, to or from William P. Hobby Airport or George Bush Intercontinental Airport. • Super Shuttle operates a shuttle bus between George Bush Intercontinental Airport and the Hotel ZaZa for $23 one-way and $42 round-trip. For more information, call 713-523-8888 or toll-free at 800-258-3826 or on-line at www.supershuttle.com. • Super Shuttle operates a shuttle bus between William P. Hobby Airport and the Hotel ZaZa for $18 one-way and $32 round-trip. For more information, call 713-523-8888 or toll-free at 800-258-3826 or on-line at www.supershuttle.com. LastNameFirstMIHighestDegree Department(includeboxno.)Specialty Institution StreetCityState/ForeignCountry/ZiporMailCode DaytimePhone(withareacode)CellPhone(withareacode)Fax(withareacode) E-mailAddressEmergencyContactPhone(withareacode) Chargethefollowing:oVISAoMasterCardoAmericanExpress AuthorizedSignatureREQUIREDforCreditCardorIDT CardNumberorM.D.AndersonInterdepartmentalTransfer(IDT)No.ExpirationDate M.D.AndersonEmployeeIDNo.(REQUIRED) CONFERENCEREGISTRATION(0475) PanAmericanRoboticOncologySymposium(PAROS) February26–27,2010THISISNOTASELF-MAILER Addressto: PanAmericanRoboticOncologySymposium (PAROS) DepartmentofCME/ConferenceManagement–Unit1381 TheUniversityofTexasM.D.AndersonCancerCenter POBox301439,Houston,TX77230-1439 orfaxto713-794-1724 Makecheckormoneyorderpayableto: TheUniversityofTexasM.D.AndersonCancerCenter REGISTRATIONFEES FullConferenceRegistrationFee 1Postmarkedbefore2/12/2010..................$599.00 1Postmarkedafter2/12/2010.....................$699.00 M.D.AndersonFaculty,Staff,Trainees, Fellows,Nurses,PAs 1Postmarkedbefore2/12/2010..................$299.00 1Postmarkedafter2/12/2010.....................$349.00 OneDayRegistrationFee1Fri1Sat 1Postmarkedbefore2/12/2010..................$299.00 1Postmarkedafter2/12/2010.....................$349.00 Pleaseletusknowwhatspecifictopics,issues,orquestionsyouwishtoseeaddressedoremphasizedinthisactivity. Faxore-mailCME/ConferenceManagement.AllresponseswillbeforwardedtotheProgramChairforconsideration. The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center has implemented a process whereby everyone who is in a position to control the content of an educational activity must disclose all relevant financial relationships with any commercial interest that could potentially affect the information presented. M. D. Anderson also requires that all faculty disclose any unlabeled use or investigational use (not yet approved for any purpose) of pharmaceutical and medical device products. Specific disclosure will be made to the participants prior to the educational activity. Agendas are subject to change because we are always striving to improve the quality of your educational experience. M. D. Anderson may substitute faculty with comparable expertise on rare occasions necessitated by illness, schedule conflicts, and so forth. Photographing, audio taping and videotaping are prohibited.
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