THE SHERATON VANCOUVER
WALL CENTRE HOTEL
SEP 20 & 21, 2013
FRI-SAT
11TH
ANNUAL CANADIAN
SOCIETY OF HOSPITAL
MEDICINE CONFE...
CONFERENCE CHAIR
Caroline Benedek, MD, CCFP
PLANNING COMMITTEE
Judit Bakonyi, MD, CCFP; Lindsay Callan, BCom; Sayeeda Huda...
FRI SEP 20, 2013
0700 Breakfast & Registration
0800 Welcome and Opening Remarks
0805 State of Hospital Medicine in 2013
Dr...
SAT SEP 21, 2013
0715 Breakfast
0815 Opening Remarks
0830 Evidence Update in General Medicine Dr. Echo Enns
0900 Atrial Fi...
FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT
www.ubccpd.ca
• Accreditation Statement
• Refunds & Cancellations
11TH
ANNUAL CANADIAN SOCIETY ...
ME8688
*No refunds or transfers, unless you cancel by August 30 for a fee of $50.
PAYMENT
$ VISA MC
TOTAL AMOUNT ENCLOSED
...
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11th Annual Canadian Society of Hospital Medicine Conference

  1. 1. THE SHERATON VANCOUVER WALL CENTRE HOTEL SEP 20 & 21, 2013 FRI-SAT 11TH ANNUAL CANADIAN SOCIETY OF HOSPITAL MEDICINE CONFERENCE 13.5MOC SECTION 1 MAINPRO M1 AMA www.ubccpd.ca WHO SHOULD ATTEND  Hospitalists and General Internists  Rural physicians, Palliative Care Physicians and Family Physicians providing in-patient care PRE-CONFERENCE COURSES (THU SEP 19) Quality Improvement Course* 6.25 M1, MOC 1, AMA Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Course* 6.5 M1, MOC 1, AMA OBJECTIVES  Review current work-up and therapeutic approaches for common inpatient clinical presentations  Develop informal networks with other Hospitalists and specialists  Identify essential skills required to care for medically complex adult inpatients FEATURED PRESENTERS Larry Wellikson, MD, SFHM. CEO, Society of Hospital Medicine Jay Ingram, Host of Discovery Channel’s Daily Planet from 1995 to 2011 POST-CONFERENCE COURSE (SUN SEP 22) Core Competency Workshop* 3.0 M1, MOC 1 * For Additional CME Credits
  2. 2. CONFERENCE CHAIR Caroline Benedek, MD, CCFP PLANNING COMMITTEE Judit Bakonyi, MD, CCFP; Lindsay Callan, BCom; Sayeeda Hudani, MD, CCFP; Peter Krykorka, MD, CCFP; Tom Mayson, MD, FRCPC; John Ridley, MD, CCFP, FHM; Rod Tukker, MD, CCFP, FHM; Dave Wilton, MSc, MD, CCFP, FHM PRESENTING FACULTY Sheila Au, MD, FRCPC (Pediatrics, Dermatology). Head, Division of Dermatology, St. Paul's Hospital and Providence Health Care; Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Dermatology and Skin Science, UBC Brian Bressler, MD, MS, FRCPC. Clinical Assistant Professor, Division of Gastroenterology, UBC Preet Chahal, MD, FRCPC. Neurologist, New Westminster, BC Marcel Doré, MD. Chief, Department of Family Medicine and Department of Hospital Medicine, Guelph General Hospital; Chair, Section of Hospital Medicine, Ontario Medical Association; Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Family Medicine, McMaster University Tom Elliott, MBBS, FRCPC. Clinical Associate Professor, Division of Endocrinology, UBC Echo-Marie Enns, MD. Clinical Lecturer, Department of Family Medicine, University of Calgary Kenneth Gin, MD, FRCPC. Clinical Professor & Division Head, Division of Cardiology, Department of Medicine, Philippa Hawley, B.Med, FRCPC. Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Internal Medicine, UBC Andrew Ignaszewski, MD, FRCPC, FACC. Head, Division of Cardiology, Providence Health Care (PHC); Physician Program Director, Heart Centre, PHC; Medical Director, Heart Function Program, St. Paul's Hospital; Clinical Professor, Division of Cardiology, UBC Peter Jamieson, MD, CCFP. Medical Director, Foothills Hospital, Calgary; Chair, Board of Directors, Society for Hospital Medicine; Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine, University of Calgary. David R. Kuhl, MD, MHSc, PhD. Director, Centre for Practitioner Renewal, Providence Health Care; Professor, Department of Family Practice, UBC Steve Ligertwood, MD. Project Lead, BC Hospitalist VTE Collaborative; Clinical Instructor, Faculty of Medicine, UBC Howard Lim, MD, PhD, FRCPC. Medical Oncologist, Program Director, Medical Oncology Residency Training Program, BC Cancer Agency & UBC; Clinical Assistant Professor, Division of Medical Oncology, UBC Patrick D McLaughlin FFR RCSI, MB BCh BAO. Clinical Fellow in Emergency and Trauma Imaging, Vancouver General Hospital, UBC Robert Reynolds, MD, FRCPC. Clinical Assistant Professor, Division of Infectious Diseases, UBC Kristine Roland. MD, FRCPC. Clinical Assistant Professor, Division of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, UBC Kam Shojania. MD, FRCPC. Head and Clinical Associate Professor, Division of Rheumatology, UBC Sheila Webster, MD, FRCPC. Clinical Assistant Professor (Division Associate), Department of Respirology, UBC David Wilton, MSc, MD, CCFP, FHM. President, Canadian Society of Hospital Medicine; Medical Manager, Hospitalist Program, VGH; Clinical Instructor, Department of Family Practice, UBC Steve Wong, MD, FRCPC. Medical Director, This Changed My Practice and Clinical Practice Reviews, UBC CPD; General Internist, VGH CTU; Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, UBC. David Wood, MD, FRCPC. Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Cardiology, UBC Nadia Zalunardo. MD, FRCPC. Clinical Assistant Professor, Division of Nephrology, UBC Leslie Zypchen. MD, FRCPC. Clinical Assistant Professor, Division of Hematology, UBC PRE-CONFERENCE COURSES For experienced clinicians with a successfully completed ACLS course. Max: 24 Evaluate and manage the first 10 minutes of an adult ventricular fibrillation/ventricular tachycardia (VF/VT) arrest. Manage 10 core ACLS cases: respiratory emergency, 4 types of cardiac arrest (simple VF/VT, complex VF/VT, PEA and asystole), 4 types of pre- arrest emergencies (bradychardia, stable tachycardia, unstable tachycardia and acute coronary syndromes) and stroke. Required Textbook: 2010 Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) Provider Manual (purchase on own) 6.25MAINPRO M1 MOC SECTION 1 AMA ADVANCED CARDIAC LIFE SUPPORT (ACLS) COURSE Thu Sep 19 0800-1600 The Diamond Health Care Centre $295 Both Hospitalists experienced in Quality Improvement and those just beginning will find the curriculum interesting, practical and relevant to their learning needs. 6.5MAINPRO M1 MOC SECTION 1 AMA QUALITY IMPROVEMENT COURSE Thu Sep 19 0800-1600 Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre By Jul 26: $125 ($150 after) 0800 Welcome & Opening Remarks 0815 Culture as a Driver of Improvement 0900 Positive Deviance & Techniques for Engagement 1015 Break 1030 Clinical Engagement 1100 Leadership in Quality Improvement 1145 Lunch 1245 Rapid Fire Presentations: Hospitalist Led Improvements in Quality of Care 1345 The Nuts & Bolts of Getting an Improvement Project Started 1445 Break 1500 Organizational Energy: Fuel for High Performance 1555 Closing Remarks & Adjourn
  3. 3. FRI SEP 20, 2013 0700 Breakfast & Registration 0800 Welcome and Opening Remarks 0805 State of Hospital Medicine in 2013 Dr. Dave Wilton & Dr. Peter Jamieson 0820 Five Articles that Changed my Practice Dr. Steve Wong 0855 Rational Use of Antimicrobials in Hospital Medicine Dr. Rob Reynolds 0930 Updates in Transfusion Medicine—Selected Topics Dr. Kristine Roland 1005 Refreshment Break 1030 Management of Severe Aortic Stenosis in 2013 Dr. David Wood 1100 Respiratory Failure and Non-Invasive Ventilation Dr. Sheila Webster 1130 Current and Emerging Treatments for Heart Failure Dr. Andrew Ignaszewski 1200 Lunch Lunch Presentation: Certificate of Added Competence in Hospital Medicine Dr. Marcel Doré 1300 Small Group Workshops I (choose 2) In-Hospital Insulin Management Dr. Tom Elliott Pain Management Cases in Palliative Care Dr. Pippa Hawley Tough Cases in Hospital Rheumatology Dr. Kam Shojania 1345 Repeat of Small Group Workshops I 1430 Refreshment Break 1445 Oncological Emergencies Dr. Howard Lim 1520 Hospitalist Scope of Practice Dr. Steve Ligertwood 1620 Course Day Ends; CSHM AGM A B C SATURDAY EVENING GALA 1900 - 2100 Jay Ingram was the host of Discovery Channel Canada’s Daily Planet from the first episode in Jan 1995 to June 2011. Daily Planet is the only hour-long, prime-time daily science show in the world. Prior to joining Discovery, Jay hosted CBC radio’s national science show, Quirks and Quarks, from 1979 to 1992. He has received the Sandford Fleming medal from the Royal Canadian Institute for his efforts to popularize science, the Royal Society’s McNeil medal for the Public Awareness of Science and the Michael Smith award from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council. He is a Distinguished Alumnus of the University of Alberta, has received five honorary doctorates and is a member of the Order of Canada. Gala Tickets: $40 conference registrants, $50 per guest Keynote Speaker Jay Ingram
  4. 4. SAT SEP 21, 2013 0715 Breakfast 0815 Opening Remarks 0830 Evidence Update in General Medicine Dr. Echo Enns 0900 Atrial Fibrillation and the New Oral Anticoagulants Dr. Ken Gin 0930 Your Relationship with your Dying Patient Dr. David Kuhl 1015 Refreshment Break 1030 Small Group Workshops II (choose 2) Cytopenias Dr. Leslie Zypchen Cases in Nephrology Dr. Nadia Zalunardo Hospital Dermatology Dr. Sheila Au 1115 Repeat of Small Group Workshops II 1200 Lunch 1300 Small Group Workshops III (choose 2) The Neurological Exam Dr. Preet Chahal Radiology: Neuroimaging and Review of Imaging of the most Common Lung and GI Acute Conditions Dr. Patrick McLaughlin Interesting Cases on the Hospitalist Wards Various Canadian Hospitalists 1345 Repeat of Small Group Workshops III 1430 Refreshment Break 1445 Neurological Emergencies on the Hospital Ward Dr. Preet Chahal 1515 Work up and Management of Lower GI Bleeds Dr. Brian Bressler 1545 Closing Remarks 1800 Reception 1900 Evening Dinner Gala with Jay Ingram 1600 Conference Ends D E F G H I SUN SEP 22, 2013 Examine how family physicians take care of medically complex adult inpatients in the hospital setting and compare the required roles and functions to the evaluation objectives in family medicine (Defining competence for the purposes of certification by CFPC. Discuss and seek to answer two questions: What competencies are required to take care of the medically complex adult inpatient? How can this process be used by physicians to guide their ongoing professional development in the area of adult inpatient medicine?) William Coke, BA, MDCM, FRCPC. Clinical Director, Hospital Program, UHN; Associate Professor, Dept. of Medicine, University of Toronto Marcel Doré, MD. Chief, Dept. of Family Medicine and Dept. of Hospital Medicine, Guelph General Hospital; Chair, Section of Hospital Medicine, OMA; Clinical Assistant Professor, Dept. of Family Medicine, McMaster University Jean M. Maskey, MD, CCFP, FCFP, AAFP. Site Chief, Dept. of Hospital Medicine, VIHA; Clinical Assistant Professor, UBC 3.0MAINPRO M1 MOC SECTION 1 Fees: FREE 0830 to 1130 Core Competency Interactive Workshop
  5. 5. FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT www.ubccpd.ca • Accreditation Statement • Refunds & Cancellations 11TH ANNUAL CANADIAN SOCIETY OF HOSPITAL MEDICINE CONFERENCE IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY CONFERENCE VENUE & ACCOMMODATION Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre Hotel 1088 Burrard St. Vancouver BC V6Z 2R9 Special conference rates starting at $185.00 CDN per night are offered to conference attendees. Please specify that you are with the “Canadian Society of Hospital Medicine Conference” in order to receive the appropriate rate. Please note that this rate does not include applicable taxes or parking. In order to take advantage of the special conference rate, reservations must be made by 5:00pm on Aug 19th, 2013. TO MAKE A RESERVATION T 1.800.325.3535 or 604.893.7120 W www.ubccpd.ca/events/cshm2013 (hotel reservations) E reservations@wallcentre.com UBC Continuing Professional Development | 855 W 10th Ave. Vancouver BC V5Z 1L7 T 604.875.5101 | F 604.875.5078 | cpd.info@ubc.ca | www.ubccpd.ca
  6. 6. ME8688 *No refunds or transfers, unless you cancel by August 30 for a fee of $50. PAYMENT $ VISA MC TOTAL AMOUNT ENCLOSED Credit Card Number Expiry Date Name of Cardholder Signature Sep 20-21, 2013 11TH ANNUAL CANADIAN SOCIETY OF HOSPITAL MEDICINE Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre Vancouver BC CONTACT DETAILS Dr. Mr. Ms. Urban Rural Last Name Given Name(s) Address City Prov/State Postal Code Telephone Fax Email (required) Special Dietary Requirements / Allergies Severity high or low-foods can be in the same room, but well labeled CONFERENCE FEES Course materials, breakfasts, refreshments & lunch Select Category By May 31 Jun 1 –Jul 26 On-site $10 discount with online registration Non-CSHM Members $660 $685 $710 CSHM Members ($75.00 off) $585 $610 $635 Residents/Students* $335 $348 $360 *Residents and Students must show proof of status upon checking in at the conference New CSHM Membership + Registration $635 $660 $685 WORKSHOPS Please select 2 workshops from each session and number in order of preference 1=most preferred Friday Session I A B C Saturday Session II D E F Saturday Session III G H I GALA DINNER TICKETS YES, I will be attending: $40 Guest Tickets #______@$50/Person PRE-CONFERENCE COURSES (for CSHM Conference Registrants Only) (Thu Sep 19) Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Course: $295 (Thu Sep 19) Quality Improvement Workshop: $125 by Jul 26, $150 after Jul 26 CORE COMPETENCY WORKSHOP (for CSHM Conference Registrants Only) (Sun Sep 22) YES, I will be attending: FREE I am a: Family Physician/General Practitioner Specialist Other I DO NOT CONSENT to being on the participant list I DO NOT wish to be on the UBC CPD mailing list Are you a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC)? Yes No If yes, please list your specialty: Personal Information is collected on this registration form pursuant to section 26 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, RSBC 1996 c. 165. Information is used for the purposes of facilitating the conference and collecting aggregate statistics. UBC CPD publishes a participant list for the course that includes the participant’s name and city. Please check the box below if you DO NOT wish to have your information included on the participant list: All participants registered for UBC CPD courses are included on the mailing list for future programs. If you DO NOT wish to have UBC CPD course brochures mailed to you, please indicate below.

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