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VASCULAR CARE 2010:

  1. 1. VASCULAR CARE 2010: Current Management of Peripheral Vascular Disease Consensus and Controversies The Ritz-Carlton Highlands, Lake Tahoe Mid-mountain at Northstar-at-Tahoe, Truckee, CA Sponsored by: UC DAVIS HEALTH SYSTEM Office of Continuing Medical Education and UC DAVIS VASCULAR CENTER SUNDAY—WEDNESday FEBRUARY 28—MARCH 3, 2010
  2. 2. VASCULAR CARE 2010: Current Management of Peripheral Vascular Disease Consensus and Controversies 12:00— SKI RACE 1:30 Everyone welcome The ski race is for fun but there will be prizes for the fastest average time of 2 runs of the course, the best ski techniques demonstrated during the race and best ski apparel. There will be awards for men and women skiers in each category. Please sign up for the race on the enrollment form. The cost is $10 per skier which includes two timed runs on the NASTAR race course. The directions to the race course will be at the registration desk. Peripheral Artery Disease Session Chair: David L. Dawson, MD 3:30 Après Ski Snacks, Visit Exhibits 3:55 Afternoon Objectives David L. Dawson, MD 4:00 What Really Works for Claudication? Thom W. Rooke, MD 4:25 TASC II Recommendations for Revascularization John G. Carson, MD 4:40 When to Use Atherectomy or Lesion Debulking? Robert M. Bersin, MD 5:00 Unusual Arterial Diseases Thom W. Rooke, MD 5:20 Awards Presentations Daniel P. Link, MD 5:30 Refreshment Break, Visit Exhibits 5:45 Innovations in Angioplasty Jeffrey A. Southard, MD 6:05 Drug-eluting Stents for PAD Jason H. Rogers, MD 6:20 Cardiac Risk Assessment Before Non-cardiac Vascular Procedures Garrett B. Wong, MD 6:35 Is Smoking Cessation a Priority? Kathrine M. Ware, RN, MSN, ANP-C, CVN 6:50 Open and Hybrid Options for Infrainguinal Revascularization David L. Dawson, MD 7:05 Q&A Panel Drs. Zierler, Rooke, Bersin, White, and Pevec 7:30 Adjourn Evening Session Sunday, February 28, 2010 12:00- Exhibitor Set-up 3:00 pm 4:00- Registration and Networking Reception with Faculty, 6:00 pm Visit Exhibits Monday, March 1, 2010 6:30 am Registration, Continental Breakfast, Visit Exhibits Venous Disease Session Chair: Daniel P. Link, MD 7:00 am Welcome, Introduction and Course Objectives David L. Dawson, MD 7:15 ACCP Guidelines for Venous Thromboembolism: Right and Relevant? Richard H. White, MD 7:35 Unusual Venous Problems and Vascular Malforations Daniel P. Link, MD 7:50 Venous Interventions Nasim Hedayati, MD 8:20 Refreshment Break, Visit Exhibits 8:35 The VTE Toolkit: A Multi-disciplinary Approach to a Common Problem Brenda K. Zierler, PhD, RN, RVT 9:00 Calf Vein Thrombosis: Should We Look? Richard H. White, MD 9:20 Venous Aneurysms David L. Dawson, MD 9:35 Screening for Chronic Venous Disease Thom W. Rooke, MD 10:00 Adjourn Morning Session
  3. 3. FEBRUARY 28—MARCH 3, 2010 SUNDAY—WEDNESday Evening Social 7:15 Vascular Enology and Viticulture 101 Julio C. Palmaz, MD 7:30- Wines and 8:30 Accompaniments, Networking Reception with Faculty in the Exhibit Hall. Tuesday, March 2, 2010 Aortic and Visceral Artery Disease Session Chair: William C. Pevec, MD 6:30 am Continental Breakfast, Visit Exhibits 6:50 Welcome, Morning Objectives William C. Pevec, MD 7:00 Updated SVS Practice Guidelines for AAA Gregorio A. Sicard, MD 7:25 Cost-effective Strategies for AAA Screening Eugene S. Lee, MD, PhD 7:40 Reducing Complications with TEVAR Jon S. Matsumura, MD 8:05 Internal Iliac Artery Interventions: Techniques and Outcomes Wayne L. Monsky, MD, PhD 8:20 Endovascular Management of Aortic Injuries W. Darrin Clouse, MD 8:35 Refreshment Break, Visit Exhibits 8:50 Post-EVAR Surveillance Without CT David J. Del Pizzo, RVT 9:10 Vascular Laboratory Criteria for Evaluation After Stents or Bypasses Nasim Hedayati, MD 9:40 Success With TEVAR Robert M. Bersin, MD 10:05 Adjourn Morning Session Cerebrovascular Session Chair: John R. Laird, Jr., MD 3:30 Après Ski Snacks, Visit Exhibits 3:55 Afternoon Objectives John R. Laird, Jr., MD 4:00 Examining the Guidelines: What’s the Best Management Strategy for Carotid Artery Disease? John R. Laird, Jr., MD 4:20 Advantages and Limitations of Embolic Protection; Interpreting and Planning Randomized Trials for Patients with Asymptomatic Stenosis Jon S. Matsumura, MD 4:55 Does Carotid Stent Design Influence Outcomes? Robert M. Bersin, MD 5:15 Is CEA the Better Choice for Symptomatic Patients? Gregorio A. Sicard, MD 5:35 Refreshment Break, Visit Exhibits 5:40 CAS: Managing Difficult Arch and Carotid Artery Anatomy John R. Laird, Jr., MD 5:55 Carotid Artery Aneurysms and Pseudoaneurysms William C. Pevec, MD 6:10 Trends and Issues for the Future From an Interprofessional Perspective Heather M. Young, PhD, RN, FAAN 6:35 Envisioning the Future of Cardiac and Vascular Stents Julio C. Palmaz, MD 6:55 Q&A Panel Drs. Bersin, Sicard, and Matsumura 7:15 Adjourn Evening Lectures
  4. 4. Avoiding and Managing Complications Session Chair: David L. Dawson, MD 7:30 am Continental Breakfast, Visit Exhibits 7:50 Challenge the Experts Case Session I Panel: Drs. Sicard, Bersin, Matsumura, Laird, Pevec, and Rooke The faculty will review 8-12 cases with audience response questions for the audience and discussion. 9:30 Refreshment Break, Visit Exhibits 10:00 Challenging the Experts Case Session II Panel: Drs. Sicard, Bersin, Matsumura, Laird, Pevec, and Rooke 11:30 Conference conclusion, turn in evaluations and pick up certificates of attendance. Vascular Nursing Concurrent Session Session Chair: Kathrine M. Ware, RN, MSN, ANP-C, CVN 7:30 am Continental Breakfast and Sierra Chapter of SVN meeting (all welcome) 8:00 Inter-professional education and practice, with a focus on communication, professional development, and use of technology Brenda K. Zierler, PhD, RN, RVT 8:30 Leadership and career development in nursing Heather M. Young, PhD, RN, FAAN 9:00 Legislative Advocacy 101: How nurses can impact the health policy process Kathrine M. Ware, RN, MSN, ANP-C, CVN 9:30 Refreshment Break, Visit Exhibits 10:00 Evaluation of an Advanced Practice Nurse Managed Diabetes Clinic for Veterans Lori Arguello Carson, RN, MSN, ANP-C and Melissa Carlucci, BSN,RN 10:30 A string of beads: Fibromuscular dysplasia: a non-atherosclerotic cause of arterial stenosis Shirley Daffin, RN, BSN 11:00 Stop the Reflux! Varicose veins: etiology, symptoms and treatment options Kristen Armstrong, RN, BSN 11:30 Conference conclusion, turn in evaluations and pick up certificates of attendance Have a safe journey home! Wednesday, March 3, 2010 VASCULAR CARE 2010: Current Management of Peripheral Vascular Disease Consensus and Controversies
  5. 5. UC DAVIS HEALTH SYSTEM FACULTY Kristen E. Armstrong, RN, BSN Staff Nurse Vascular Center Clinic John G. Carson, MD Assistant Clinical Professor Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery W. Darrin Clouse, MD, FACS Associate Professor of Surgery Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery Shirley A. Daffin, RN, BSN Triage Nurse Vascular Center Clinic David J. Del Pizzo, RVT Technical Director and Supervisor UC Davis Vascular Laboratory Nasim Hedayati, MD Assistant Professor Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery UC Davis Vascular Center Eugene S. Lee, MD, PhD Assistant Professor Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery Wayne L. Monsky, MD, PhD Assistant Professor Department of Radiology UC Davis Vascular Center Jason H. Rogers, MD Associate Professor Division of Cardiovascular Medicine FACULTY GUEST FACULTY CONFERENCE COORDINATOR Course Chair Course SPECIALITY ChairS David L. Dawson, MD Professor UC Davis Vascular Center Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery Department of Surgery UC Davis Health System John R. Laird, Jr., MD Specialty Co-Chair, Cardiology and Cardiovascular Medicine Professor Medical Director, UC Davis Vascular Center Division of Cardiovascular Medicine Department of Internal Medicine UC Davis Health System Daniel P. Link, MD Specialty Co-Chair, Radiology Professor Department of Radiology UC Davis Vascular Center UC Davis Health System FEBRUARY 28—MARCH 3, 2010 SUNDAY—WEDNESday William C. Pevec, MD Specialty Co-Chair, Vascular Surgery Professor and Chief Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery Department of Surgery UC Davis Vascular Center UC Davis Health System Kathrine M. Ware, RN, MSN, ANP-C, CVN Specialty Co-Chair, Vascular Nursing Nurse Practitioner UC Davis Vascular Center UC Davis Health System Robert M. Bersin, MD Medical Director, Endovascular Services Seattle Cardiology and Swedish Medical Center Seattle, WA Melissa Carlucci, BSN, RN Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Student University of Illinois at Chicago Chicago, IL Lori Arguello Carson, MSN, RN, ANP-C Adult Nurse Practitioner Mercy Midtown Cardiology Clinic Sacramento, CA SPECIAL GUEST FACULTY Heather M. Young, PhD, RN, FAAN Associate Vice Chancellor for Nursing Dean, Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis Kimber Chavez, CMP CME Specialist Office of Continuing Medical Education UC Davis Health System Jon S. Matsumura, MD Chief, Division of Vascular Surgery Professor of Surgery University of Wisconsin-Madison Madison, WI Julio C. Palmaz, MD Ashbell Smith Professor Department of Radiology The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio San Antonio, TX Thom W. Rooke, MD Krehbiel Professor of Vascular Medicine Mayo Clinic Rochester, MN Gregorio A. Sicard, MD Vice Chairman, Department of Surgery Eugene M. Bricker Professor of Surgery Washington University School of Medicine St. Louis, MO Brenda Zierler, PhD, RN, RVT Associate Professor Associate Dean of Technology Innovations in Education and Research University of Washington School of Nursing Seattle, WA Jeffrey A. Southard, MD Associate Professor Division of Cardiovascular Medicine Richard H. White, MD Hibbard E. Williams Endowed Professor of Medicine Chief, Division of General Medicine Director, Anticoagulation Service Garrett B. Wong, MD Associate Professor Division of Cardiovascular Medicine
  6. 6. Stenting of Iliac Occlusive Disease Thursday – Sunday February 22-25, 2007 HyaTT regency Lake TaHoe Incline Village, nevada VaScuLar care 2007:New Advances in the Diagnosis and Management of Critical Limb Ischemia Office of Continuing Medical Education and UC Davis Vascular Center Sponsored by: Stenting of Iliac Occlusive Disease Vascular care 2008:New Advances in Diagnosis and Management ofVascular Disease Office of Continuing Medical Education and UC Davis Vascular Center Sponsored by:Thursday – sunday January 31 - February 3, 2008 resOrT aT sQuaW creeK squaw Valley, lake Tahoe FEBRUARY 26—MARCH 1, 2009 THURSDAY—SUNDAY RESORT AT SQUAW CREEK OlYmpic VAllEY, lAKE TAHOE VASCULAR CARE 2009: Extremity Arterial and Venous Challenges SpONSORED bY: OfficE Of cONTiNUiNg mEDicAl EDUcATiON AND Uc DAViS VAScUlAR cENTER VASCULAR CARE CONFERENCES 3 Successful Don’t miss out this year! NEEDS ASSESSMENT As the population ages, there is an increasing need to recognize and effectively manage vascular diseases. Arterial diseases commonly affect older adults, especially those with cardiovascular risk factors such as diabetes, hypertension, tobacco use and hyperlipidemia. Venous thrombosis and chronic venous insufficiency are even more common problems, with disabling and potentially life-threatening complications. This fourth annual installment of the UC Davis Vascular Center’s Vascular Care series addresses the challenges of managing arterial and venous diseases, with an examination of the evidence upon which practice guidelines have been based. As diagnostic and therapeutic technologies have developed rapidly in the past several years, vascular care specialists now have a broader array of choices and options. This educational program broadly addresses many of the aspects of vascular disease management, emphasizing the value of a multi-disciplinary approach and applications of novel technologies. In addition to reviewing the clinical care and diagnostic evaluation of these patients, the program examines contemporary surgical and endovascular options for revascularization, reviews practice standards, and address the challenge of clinical decision-making for problems with limited evidence to guide choices. The program includes opportunities for audience participation in sessions and case-based discussions. The program focuses on the education needs of cardiologists, surgeons, and radiologists who treat peripheral vascular diseases. The program is also intended for other health-care providers, including nurses and advanced practice nurses, podiatrists, endocrinologists, primary care providers, wound care specialists, as well as radiology, cardiovascular and vascular laboratory technologists. As in prior years, Vascular Care 2010 also has a special session on the emerging specialty of vascular nursing. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES • Identify clinical topics that have limited strength of evidence for CPG recommendations so informed decisions can be made in tailoring therapy to specific patient conditions. • Discuss diagnostic and treatment options for peripheral arterial, carotid, renal, mesenteric and venous diseases, as well as for aortic aneurysms, in order to provide cost effective care with optimal patient functional outcomes. • Compare current and future medical, surgical, and endovascular treatment options for vascular disease to ensure access to the option most appropriate for the patient. • Identify complications following endovascular and surgical revascularization and develop management strategies for these complications to reduce mortality, risk of limb loss, and other complications.
  7. 7. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION UC Davis Health System Office of Continuing Medical Education 3560 Business Drive, Suite 130 Sacramento, CA 95820–2161 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 Mrak Hall, Davis, CA 95616. (530) 752-2070. Speech or hearing impaired persons may dial (530) 752-7320 (TDD). ENROLLMENT Please register early – space is limited. Tuition is $470 for physicians and a discounted rate of $350 is offered for nurses, vascular laboratory technologies, and other allied health professionals. Confirmation of registration will be sent within two weeks after receipt of enrollment form. The fees will increase after January 9, 2010. Complimentary registration is available for fellows and residents in ACGME accredited programs. Program directors may submit the completed enrollment form with a cover letter requesting tuition waiver. Letters must be received by January 9th, 2010. Tuition includes networking reception on Sunday evening, continental breakfasts, refreshment breaks, après ski snacks, a syllabus, Tuesday evening social event, and a certificate of attendance. Tuition may be paid by check, American Express, Discover, MasterCard or VISA. Cash is not accepted. UC Davis Health System and UC Davis School of Medicine volunteer faculty, alumni, faculty, and staff are eligible for tuition discounts. See enrollment form for details. Refunds must be requested by January 18, 2010 and will be subject to a $50 service charge. Program materials cannot be guaranteed unless enrollment is received by January 18, 2010. The Office of Continuing Medical Education reserves the right to cancel this program. In such a case, a full refund will be given. Registration forms received without payments will not be processed until payment is received, and payment must follow within 10 days. Early discount rates are honored if payment is received by the date noted on the enrollment form. After that date, the late fee is applied. On-site Fees: At door registrations will be charged at a higher rate. Please see enrollment form for details. ACCREDITATION The University of California, Davis Health System is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. Physician Credit: The University of California, Davis Health System designates this educational activity for a maximum of 16 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ acceptable for multidisciplinary team members Nurse: For the purpose of recertification, the American Nurses Credentialing Center accepts AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ issued by organizations accredited by the ACCME. For the purpose of relicensure, the California Board of Registered Nursing accepts AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ (report hours of credit and fill in “CME Category 1” for the provider number). Physician Assistant: The National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA) states that AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ are acceptable for continuing medical education requirements for recertification. Sonographer/Vascular Technician: AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ meets the requirements of the Accepted Continuing Education Evaluation Model System (ACEEMS) Checklist of the American Registry for Diagnostic Sonography (ARDMS). CALIFORNIA AB 1195 With the passage of California Assembly Bill 1195, signed November 2005, continuing medical education courses with patient care components are required to include curricula in the subject of cultural and linguistic competency. It is the intent of the bill, which went into effect on July 1, 2006, to encourage physicians and surgeons, CME providers in the state of California, and the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to meet the cultural and linguistic concerns of a diverse patient population through appropriate professional development. The planners, speakers, and authors of this CME activity have been encouraged to address issues relevant in their topic area. In addition, a variety of resources are available to address cultural and linguistic competency, some of which will be included in the syllabus or handout materials. Additional resources and information about CA AB 1195 can be found on our website at http://cme.ucdavis.edu. UC DAVIS VASCULAR CENTER The UC Davis Vascular Center provides state-of-the-art comprehensive care to patients with atherosclerosis and other vascular problems, such as aneurysms, vein disorders, and less common vascular conditions. The center’s emphasis on collaboration allows both established and emerging diagnostic and therapeutic methods to be applied, increasing efficiency and reducing risks. The clinical specialties represented include vascular surgery, cardiology, radiology, endocrinology, and nephrology. 1–866–CME4EDU (263–4338) (916) 734–5390 Fax (916) 734–0742 http://cme.ucdavis.edu
  8. 8. LAKE TAHOE NEVADA CALIFORNIA To San Francisco & Sacramento To & Sacramento South Lake Tahoe King’s Beach Tahoe Vista Tahoe City West Shore Reno/Tahoe Int’l Airport Incline Village Truckee I-80 I-80 395 50 50 50 431 267 2828 89 89 89 LOCATION The Ritz-Carlton Highlands, Lake Tahoe 13005 Ritz-Carlton Highlands Drive Truckee, CA 96161 USA Phone:  (530) 562-3000 Reservations: (800) 542-8680 http://www.ritzcarlton.com/en/Properties/LakeTahoe/Information/Default.htm A block of rooms is being held for conference participants at a rate of $269 single or double occupancy plus hotel and sales tax (extension dates may be available). After January 27, 2010, reservations will be on a space and rate available basis. Reservations should be made directly with the hotel by calling 800-542-8680 and reference the UC Davis Vascular Conference. The Ritz-Carlton Highlands, Lake Tahoe ski resort is situated mid-mountain on the Northstar-at-Tahoe ski area and features ski-in, ski-out access, a restaurant by Traci des Jardins a renowned San Francisco celebrity chef, a 17,000-square-foot spa and fitness center, exceptional dining and impeccable service. The Ritz-Carlton, Highlands Lake Tahoe welcomes you to a sophisticated mountain retreat unlike any other. Experience The Ritz-Carlton Highlands, Lake Tahoe luxury hotel and discover the pristine beauty of this breathtaking region. From its crystal- clear lake to its legendary skiing, hiking, and golfing to fine dining and indulgent spa – this luxury hotel in Lake Tahoe puts it all within steps of your door. An inter-mountain gondola connects guests between the nearby Village at Northstar with The Highlands Village, home of The Ritz-Carlton Highlands, Lake Tahoe. The Village at Northstar centers around an ice-rink with numerous restaurants, bars, galleries and shops throughout. The ski valets will assist each guest with their boots and escort them to the slopeside terrace for ski-in, ski-out access to the Northstar lifts. When guests return to this exceptional ski hotel in Lake Tahoe, the ski valet will retrieve their equipment and store overnight. By staying at the host hotel, you help the University of California, Davis meet its contractual obligations with The Ritz-Carlton Highlands, Lake Tahoe and keep future registration fees reasonable. Please consider that when making your accommodation decisions. We encourage you to stay at the host hotel.
  9. 9. Northstar-at-tahoe VILLAGE Northstar-at-Tahoe Resort is one of the finest year-round destination mountain resorts in North America offering activities for all ages. With 89 trails spread across 2,904 acres, world- class terrain parks and snow sports including alpine and telemark skiing, snowboarding, cross- country skiing, snowshoeing, and tubing, Northstar Resort is fun for all. And, with the new Village at Northstar featuring shopping, dining, special events and a 9,000 square foot skating rink, Northstar Resort offers something for everyone. NORTHSTAR lift tickets Discount lift tickets for Northstar-at-Tahoe are available for pre purchase on the registration form. We have reserved lift tickets at the corporate rate of $62. Please order your lift tickets on the enrollment form. Tickets are non-refundable, lost or stolen tickets cannot be reissued, tickets can be used of the entire 09/10 season. Ski Race The ski race is for fun, but there will be prizes for the fastest average time of 2 runs of the course, the best ski techniques demonstrated during the race, and best ski apparel. There will be awards for men and women skiers in each category. Please sign up for the race on the enrollment form. The cost is $10 per skier which includes two timed runs on the NASTAR race course. Interactive and downloadable trail maps: http://www.northstarattahoe.com/info/ski/the-mountain/interactive_trail_map.asp A variety of activities at the Village: • Ski & Snowboard School for children and adults • Cross-Country Ski and Snowshoe Center offering extensive trail network (includes track, skate, snowshoe, and Telemark) • Two rental equipment shops (Village and mid-mountain) • Two demo centers • Licensed childcare for kids ages 2+ • 9,000 square foot ice skating rink • Mid-mountain and summit day lodges • Lift-accessed tubing hill • New Village at Northstar featuring top retailers and restaurants, bars, shops, grocers, overnight ski storage, locker room, and WiFi Internet access • Baxter’s Bistro & Lounge • Chocolate Bar • Mikuni Japanese Restaurant & Sushi Bar • Rubicon Pizza Company • Starbucks Coffee • EuroGelato • Balance Holistic Health: Find Your Center • Northstar Logo Company • Helly Hansen • 001 Oakley Concept Store Please consider layered clothing as temperature conditions may vary in the meeting room. If you have any special needs due to a disability as specified in the Americans with Disabilities Act, please call the Office of Continuing Medical Education at (916) 734-5390 so we may make the necessary accommodations for you.
  10. 10. UC DAVIS HEALTH SYSTEM CME MISSION In concert with the University of California, Davis Health System mission of discovering and sharing knowledge to advance health, the continuing medical education mission focuses on the lifelong learning commitments of physicians who practice in the health system and in the greater Northern California region. UC Davis CME is at the nexus between scientific discovery and its translation to practice with a commitment to provide a variety of educational formats for evidence-based education that fulfills identified needs and produces changes in physician practice resulting in improved competence, performance and/or patient care. With an emphasis on multidisciplinary programs, content is based on competencies and bona fide needs assessments as well as clinical requirements. The CME Advisory Committee reviews the content and quality of CME offerings in accordance with the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education’s Essential Areas and Their Elements and the American Medical Association’s Physician Recognition Award accredited provider information. DISCLOSURE OF RELEVANT FINANCIAL RELATIONSHIPS As a provider accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education, the University of California, Davis Health System Office of Continuing Medical Education must ensure balance, independence, and objectivity in all CME activities to promote improvements in health care and not proprietary interests of a commercial interest. The provider controls all decisions related to identification of CME needs, determination of educational objectives, selection and presentation of content, selection of all persons and organizations that will be in a position to control the content, selection of educational methods, and evaluation of the activity. Course directors, planning committee members, presenters, authors, moderators, panel members, and others in a position to control the content of this activity are required to disclose relevant financial relationships with commercial interests related to the subject matter of this educational activity. Learners are able to assess the potential for commercial bias in information when complete disclosure, resolution of conflicts of interest, and acknowledgment of commercial support are provided prior to the activity. Informed learners are the final safeguards in assuring that a CME activity is independent from commercial support. We believe this mechanism contributes to the transparency and accountability of CME. AIR TRAVEL to Reno Airport (RNO) United Airlines: Please call United Airlines at (800) 521-4041 between 7:00 am & 12:00 am ET, to take advantage of this conference’s discounts by mentioning account code #552QB. Discounts include 5% off the lowest, unrestricted coach fare (some restrictions apply) when you travel to the meeting site (mileage plus applies). United specialists will explain any restrictions and make reservations for you. If you purchase from a local agent, be sure the agent calls the 800 number and uses the account code. Fares are guaranteed at the time of ticket purchase. GROUND TRANSPORTATION If you rent a vehicle at the Reno-Tahoe International Airport, please allow yourself at least 90 minutes drive time from the airport to The Ritz-Carlton Highlands (depending on weather conditions). There are several car rental agencies at the airport. Some available with four wheel drive vehicles are: For Hertz discounted rental, call (800) 654-2240 and request ID CR#04H70001. For National discounted rental, call (800) CAR-RENT and request ID 5282865. Shuttle service is available through: North Lake Tahoe Express (866) 216-5222; Executive Limo/Van (775) 333-3300; Bell Limo (800) 235-5466. Please call for information and reservations. BROCHURE ART CREDIT Brochure images courtesy of The Ritz-Carlton Highlands, Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education, Northstar-at-Tahoe Resort, UC Davis Vascular Center, UC Davis Public Affairs, and iStockphoto.com.
  11. 11. Enrollment Application VASCULAR CARE 2010 FEBRUARY 28–MARCH 3, 2010 (Please Print) ( ) ( ) For Office Use Only VAS2010 6038 ________________________________________________________________________________ First Name M.I. Last Name MD DO PA NP RN RVT RDMS # Other: ________________________________________________________________________________ Institution/Employer (as you would like it to appear on your badge) Profession/Occupation ________________________________________________________________________________ Address (where you would like your receipt mailed) ________________________________________________________________________________ City State Zip Code ________________________________________________________________________________ Day Phone Fax Number ________________________________________________________________________________ E-Mail Physician information required for CME credit and name badge. Please indicate primary medical specialty: VS R DR CD END FP GP IM Other (specify):_____________________________ Social Security Number (last 4 digits required for transcript purposes) Please copy the mail code from the address side of the brochure (above your name, e.g. PPVAS, MMSVAS, SIRVAS)_______________________________________ If you did not receive a brochure in the mail, how did you hear about this conference? (Example: PT&MG, UCD website, web search, magazine, friend)? _________________________ If you need disability accommodations to attend the meeting, please let us know by January 19th and our representative will contact you. Please note special dietary requirements or allergies I have attended this conference in the past: YES NO Please check your payment method: Registration forms received without check, credit card number or purchase order number will not be processed until payment is received. Check enclosed payable to: UC Regents AmEx Discover MasterCard VISA ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ account number expirationdate ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ authorized signature (name on card) security code Please use ONE of these methods to register. (Do not mail if previously faxed or telephoned) Mail application and payment to: Office of Continuing Medical Education c/o UC Davis Cashier's Office PO Box 989062, West Sacramento, CA 95798-9062 Telephone: (916) 734-5390 Fax application (916) 734-0742 REGISTRATION FEES Receipt/Confirmation will be mailed within two weeks EARLY DISCOUNT AFTER 1/19/10 ON SITE Fee Due Physician $470 $520 $545 Other Health-care Professional $350 $400 $425 UC DAVIS DISCOUNT FEES Faculty Volunteer faculty Alumni Staff PCN EARLY DISCOUNT AFTER 1/19/10 ON SITE Fee Due Physician $376 $416 $436 Other Health-care Professional $280 $320 $340 Resident/Fellow N/C by 1/8/10 $205 $225 OPTIONAL SESSION WORKSHOP OPTIONS Fee Due Vascular Nursing Wednesday, 8:00–11:30am N/A ELECTRONIC SYLLABUS Fee Due I would like to purchase a syllabus on CD (In addition to the printed syllabus provided.) $20 Northstar-at-tahoe lift tickets Fee Due I would like to purchase _______ lift tickets and under- stand that lost or stolen tickets cannot be reissued and tickets may be used for the entire 09/10 season. $62 ea. SKI RACE Fee Due Tuesday, March 2, 12-1:30pm Name(s), Age, Ski Level & Gender $10 ea. Guest/Spouse food Packages (name badges must be worn) Includes Continental Breakfast & Aprés Ski Snacks Fee Due _____Adults Name(s) $200 ea. _____Children Name(s) $150 ea. TOTAL Fees register online at http://cme.ucdavis.edu/conferences eMktg
  12. 12. networking activities • Welcome Reception • Wine Tasting 101 • Discount Lift Tickets to Northstar • NASTAR Ski Race comments from past participants “Great Conference.” “Great networking with speakers.” “Nursing component was excellent!” VASCULAR CARE 2010 University of California, Davis Office of Continuing Medical Education 3560 Business Drive, Suite 130 Sacramento, CA 95820–2161 Non–profit Org. U.S. Postage PAID Sacramento, CA Permit No. 3405 If you cannot attend…please give brochure to a colleague! DATED MATERIAL This program is self supporting and receives no state funding. 10% post consumer waste VASCULAR CARE 2010: Current Management of Peripheral Vascular Disease Consensus and Controversies SUNDAY—WEDNESday FEBRUARY 28—MARCH 3, 2010 The Ritz-Carlton Highlands, Lake Tahoe Mid-mountain at Northstar-at-Tahoe Truckee, CA Highlights ■ New northern Tahoe family friendly venue for popular annual Vascular Care program ■ Updates on latest evidence-based clinical practice guidelines ■ Strategies for collaborative care and multi-disciplinary approaches ■ Medical, surgical, and endovascular therapies ■ Expert insights on new endovascular technologies ■ Interactive sessions and case presentations focus on clinical problem solving ■ Vascular nursing breakout session

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