This program is a part of the Colorado Statewide Extended Campus.
State funds were not used to develop or administer this ...
Join us in Denver, Colorado at Anschutz Medical Campus

February 13-14, 2014
11th Annual

Rocky Mountain
Interventional
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Course Directors
Douglas O. Faigel, MD, FACG, FASGE, AGAF
Professor of Medicine
Mayo Clinic
Division of Gastroenterology a...
C o u r s e fac u lt y
Takao Itoi, MD, PhD, FASGE
Associate Professor of Medicine
Tokyo Medical University
Dept. of Gastro...
LEARNING OBJECTIVES

At the conclusion of this activity, the participants should be able to:
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FELLOWS ADVANCED ENDOSCOPY PROGRAM

Module 1: Biliary Interventional Endoscopy

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LECTURES AND LIVE CASE DEMONSTRATIONS (4.5 HOURS)
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ANsCHutZ MeDiCAL CAMPus

Main Course Location (February 13 - 14)
Ed 2 South Building, Main Auditorium, 13121 E. 17th Avenu...
C o u r s e r e G i s t r At i o N i N F o r M At i o N

to register: go to www.rmie2014.com
For questions or issues relat...
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The Rocky Mountain Interventional Endoscopy course
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11th Annual Rocky Mountain Interventional Endoscopy Course

  1. 1. This program is a part of the Colorado Statewide Extended Campus. State funds were not used to develop or administer this program. Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology Mail Stop F735 1635 Aurora Court Aurora, CO 80045 PERMIT NO 831 DENVER, CO PAID NON-PROFIT ORG. US POSTAGE
  2. 2. Join us in Denver, Colorado at Anschutz Medical Campus February 13-14, 2014 11th Annual Rocky Mountain Interventional Endoscopy Course Fellows Advanced endoscopy and Gi Nurses Program February 12, 2014 Presented by: Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology sponsored by: university of Colorado school of Medicine office of Continuing Medical education This course is endorsed by the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy.
  3. 3. Course Directors Douglas O. Faigel, MD, FACG, FASGE, AGAF Professor of Medicine Mayo Clinic Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology Scottsdale, Arizona Norio Fukami, MD, FACG, FASGE Associate Professor of Medicine Medical Co-Director of Digestive Health Center CU Anschutz Medical Campus Aurora, Colorado   Raj J. Shah, MD, FASGE, AGAF Associate Professor of Medicine Medical Co-Director of Digestive Health Center CU Anschutz Medical Campus Aurora, Colorado FELLOWS ADVANCED ENDOSCOPY PROGRAM Brian C. Brauer, MD, FASGE Assistant Professor of Medicine Director Small Bowel Endoscopy Director Advanced Endoscopy Fellowship Program CU Anschutz Medical Campus Aurora, Colorado Sachin B. Wani, MD Assistant Professor of Medicine Co-Director Esophageal & Gastric Center CU Anschutz Medical Campus Veterans Affairs Medical Center Aurora, Colorado GI NURSES PROGRAM LilyAnn Bullock, RN Interventional Team Lead University of Colorado Hospital Aurora, Colorado Lynne Ochoa, RN, BSN Endoscopy Manager University of Colorado Hospital Aurora, Colorado
  4. 4. C o u r s e fac u lt y Takao Itoi, MD, PhD, FASGE Associate Professor of Medicine Tokyo Medical University Dept. of Gastroenterology & Hepatology Tokyo, Japan Amrita Sethi, MD Assistant Professor of Medicine Division of Digestive and Liver Disease Columbia University Med. Ctr.-NYPH New York, New York CU Anschutz Medical Campus Denver Health and Hospital Authority Abdul H. Khan, MD Assistant Professor of Medicine Medical College of Wisconsin Milwaukee, Wisconsin Janak Shah, MD, FASGE Dir. Pancreatic & Biliary Endoscopy Inter­ventional Endoscopy Services California Pacific Medical Center San Francisco, California Joel Camilo, MD Assistant Professor of Medicine University of Missouri-Kansas City St Luke’s Hospital-Kansas City Kansas City, Missouri Srinadh Komanduri, MD, MS Director of Interventional Endoscopy Associate Professor of Medicine Northwestern University Chicago, Illinois Vanessa Shami, MD, FASGE Associate Professor of Medicine University of Virginia Charlottesville, Virginia Brenna Casey, MD, FASGE Director of Endoscopic Training Massachusetts General Hospital Harvard Medical School Boston, Massachusetts Cyrus R. Piraka, MD Section Chief Advanced Therapeutic Endoscopy Henry Ford Hospital Detroit, Michigan Adam Slivka, MD, FASGE Professor of Medicine University of Pittsburgh Medical Ctr. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Jonathan Cohen, MD, FASGE Clinical Professor of Medicine NYU School of Medicine New York, New York Daniel A. Ringold, MD Assistant Professor of Medicine Drexel University, College of Medicine Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Stavros N. Stavropoulos, MD Director, GI Endoscopy Dir., Program in Advanced GI Endoscopy Winthrop University Hospital Mineola, New York John Goff, MD Rocky Mountain Gastroenterology Lakewood, Colorado Colleen Schmitt, MD, FACG, FASGE ASGE President-Elect 2013-2014 Galen Medical Group Chattanooga, Tennessee Roy D. Yen, MD, MPH Assistant Professor of Medicine Stuart K. Amateau, MD, PhD Assistant Professor of Medicine Dir., Bariatric Endoscopy & Tissue Apposition CU Anschutz Medical Campus Aurora, Colorado Augustin R. Attwell, MD, FASGE Assistant Professor of Medicine Aurora, Colorado Muhannad Heif, MD Digestive Healthcare Consultants of NW Ohio Toledo, Ohio CU Anschutz Medical Campus Aurora, Colorado
  5. 5. LEARNING OBJECTIVES At the conclusion of this activity, the participants should be able to: »» Improve the performance of ERCP and EUS in the community by understanding established indications, as well as techniques to optimize success and reduce complications. »» Improve the identification of patients with sus­pected anorectal disorders and determine when endoscopic techniques can be used to treat disorders such as hemorrhoid bleeding, pain, anal fissures and perianal fistula; and to understand the inherent limitations. »» Integrate practice guidelines and expert opinion in the surveillance and treatment of pre­malignant GI mucosal conditions such as Barrett’s esophagus, inflammatory bowel dis­ease, and colon polyps based on advanced imaging techniques. »» Use the knowledge of drug mechanisms to implement the withholding and resumption of a variety of anti-coagulant and anti-platelet medications in the peri-procedural setting to optimize outcomes for the patient. A CC R E D I TAT I O N The University of Colorado School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physi­cians. The University of Colorado School of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 16.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. This education activity has been submitted to the Society of Gastroenterology Nurses and As­sociates, Inc. for approval. The Society of Gastroenterology Nurses and Associates, Inc. is ac­credited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. THIS CME ACTIVITY IS ENDORSED BY THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR GASTROINTESTINAL ENDOSCOPY. PR O G R A M I N F O R M A T I O N The Rocky Mountain Interventional Endoscopy 2014 Course offers the following programs for Gastroenterologists, Gastrointestinal Surgeons, and Gastrointestinal Nurses: »» GI Nurses Program – Wednesday, February 12, 2014 »» Fellows Advanced Endoscopy Programs – Wednesday, February 12, 2014 »» Rocky Mountain Interventional Endoscopy Main Course and Workshop – Thursday-Friday, February 13-14, 2014
  6. 6. W E D N ES D AY, F E B RU A R Y 1 2 GI NURSES PROGRAM 7:45 AM 8:30 AM 9:15 AM 10:00 AM 10:10 AM 10:55 AM 11:40 AM 12:45 PM 1:25 PM 2:05 PM 2:45 PM 3:20 PM 3:35 PM 4:15 PM 4:50 PM DIDACTIC LECTURES (3.3 CEU) Advances in Endoscopy Surgery Fecal Transplant ERCP (What and Why) Break Sedation/Sleep Apnea Liver/PSC Lunch HANDS-ON WORKSHOPS (35 minute rotations) (3.5 CEU) Spyglass Cholangioscopy ERCP/Stenting (plastic) (long and short wire) Dilation/Biopsy Biliary Metal Stenting Break Esophageal/Duodenal Metal Stenting Hemostasis/EMR/APC Adjourn Amateau Freeman El hajj May Preston Faculty Stuart K. Amateau, MD, PhD Assistant Professor of Medicine Dir., Bariatric Endoscopy & Tissue Apposition CU Anschutz Medical Campus Aurora, Colorado Ihab I. El hajj, MD, MPH Advanced Endoscopy Fellow CU Anschutz Medical Campus Aurora, Colorado Stephen Freeman, MD Associate Professor of Medicine CU Anschutz Medical Campus Aurora Colorado Stephanie May, DNAP, MSNA, BSN, CRNA Instructor CU Anschutz Medical Campus Aurora, Colorado Scott Preston, RN, BSN Staff Nurse, Endoscopy University of Colorado Hospital Aurora, Colorado
  7. 7. W E D N ES D AY, F E B RU A R Y 1 2 FELLOWS ADVANCED ENDOSCOPY PROGRAM Module 1: Biliary Interventional Endoscopy DIDACTIC LECTURES (AM SESSION) 7:45 AM Course Introduction Brauer and Wani, Course Directors 8:00 AM Improve Your Cannulation and Sphincterotomy Technique Casey 8:30 AM Fluoroscopy Basics and Biliary Stone Management Ringold 9:00AM Evaluation and Management of Biliary Strictures Brauer 9:30 AM Break 9:45 AM Pancreaticobiliary EUS: Indications and Technique Faigel 10:15 AM Advanced Biliary Imaging Techniques Sethi 10:45 AM Post-ERCP Complications: Prevention and Recognition Khan 11:15 AM Expert Roundtable Discussion 11:45 AM Lunch HANDS-ON WORKSHOP (PM SESSION) 1:00 PM Conducted in Endoscopy Lab with Fluoroscopy Guidance Biliary Stone Management Stricture Management Hemostasis Esophageal/Enteral Stenting 4:45 PM Adjourn 6:30 PM Reception/Dinner for Faculty and Fellows Registration fee includes lunch, snacks, dinner reception, and course materials. For details regarding available scholarships and course registration, please refer to information sent to your fellowship program director.
  8. 8. W E D N ES D AY, F E B RU A R Y 1 2 FELLOWS ADVANCED ENDOSCOPY PROGRAM Module 2: Luminal Interventional Endoscopy HANDS-ON WORKSHOP (AM SESSION) 7:45 AM Course Introduction Brauer and Wani, Course Directors 8:00 AM Conducted in Endoscopy Lab with Fluoroscopy Guidance Esophageal/Enteral Stenting Deep Enteroscopy Hemostasis/Tissue Ablation Basic ERCP 11:45 AM Lunch DIDACTIC LECTURES (PM SESSION) 1:00 PM Barrett’s Esophagus: Advanced Imaging and Wani Endoscopic Eradication Therapy 1:30 PM The Impeccable EMR Piraka 2:00 PM The Role of EUS in Luminal Endoscopy: Cancer Staging and Beyond Shami 2:30 PM Break 2:45 PM Luminal Stenting: When and How? J. Shah 3:15 PM Deep Enteroscopy in Obscure GI Bleeding Yen 3:45 PM Management of Complications During Endoscopy: It Happens Amateau 4:15 PM Expert Roundtable Discussion 4:45 PM Adjourn 6:30 PM Reception/Dinner for Faculty and Fellows Registration fee includes lunch, snacks, dinner reception, and course materials. For details regarding available scholarships and course registration, please refer to information sent to your fellowship program director.
  9. 9. MAIN C T H URS D AY, F E B RU A R Y 1 3 LECTURES AND LIVE CASE DEMONSTRATIONS (8.25 HOURS) 7:40 AM Course Welcome and Introduction 7:45 AM Preventing Post-ERCP Pancreatitis: Cannulation to Chemo-Prevention 8:00 AM LIVE CASE DEMONSTRATIONS 9:30 AM Break 9:50 AM LIVE CASE DEMONSTRATIONS 11:45 AM Interventional EUS: Where We Are Third Annual Yang K. Chen Memorial Lecture 12:05 PM Lunch 1:00 PM LIVE CASE DEMONSTRATIONS 3:00 PM Break 3:20 PM LIVE CASE DEMONSTRATIONS 4:45 PM Quality Measures in EUS and ERCP POEM: What’s All the Fuss? Anorectal Disease Management for the Gastroenterologist 5:30 PM Adjourn Registration fee includes lunch, snacks, and course materials. Slivka Itoi Faigel Stavropoulos Goff
  10. 10. C OURSE F RI D AY, F E B RU A R Y 1 4 LECTURES AND LIVE CASE DEMONSTRATIONS (4.5 HOURS) 7:15 AM Barrett’s Related Neoplasia —Endoscopic Eradication Komanduri Therapies vs. Surgery Chromoendoscopy and Colonic Imaging to Guide Intervention Cohen 7:50 AM Questions and Answers 8:00 AM 9:40 AM 10:00 AM 11:40 AM 12:00 PM LIVE CASE DEMONSTRATIONS Break LIVE CASE DEMONSTRATIONS Managing Anticoagulation in Endoscopy— New Kids on the Block Schmitt MAIN COURSE ENDS OPTIONAL SESSIONS (4 HOURS) Registration for these workshops is open to GI Physicians, Nurses, Technicians, and Fellows. Modules include lunch. 1:00 PM HANDS-ON WORKSHOPS This advanced endoscopy workshop, with one-on-one interaction with course faculty, will allow participants to gain hands-on exposure to new and/or advanced endoscopy techniques and devices, utilizing a combination of animal models and simulators for training. The hands-on workshops are held in our state-of-the-art endoscopy center. Participants will select one of the following three modules. MODULE 1 ADVANCED ERCP/ENTERAL STENTING MODULE 2 ENTEROSCOPY/BARRETT’S ABLATION/ESOPHAGEAL STENTING MODULE 3 ENDOSCOPIC MUCOSAL RESECTION/PERFORATION CLOSURE/TISSUE APPOSITION Due to the hands-on nature of the course, class size is limited and will be accepted on a first-come basis. 5:00 PM Adjourn
  11. 11. ANsCHutZ MeDiCAL CAMPus Main Course Location (February 13 - 14) Ed 2 South Building, Main Auditorium, 13121 E. 17th Avenue • Aurora, CO 80045 DireCtioNs: Anschutz Medical Campus is located east of the intersection of Colfax Avenue and Peoria Street. From Colfax Avenue turn north onto Aurora Court, turn right at 16th Avenue, turn left at Victor Street. Follow the road to 17th Place and turn left into Julesburg lot (adjacent to the main course location). Nurses/Fellows Programs (February 12) and Friday Hands-on Workshops (February 14) Anschutz Outpatient Pavilion,1635 Aurora Court • Aurora, CO 80045 DireCtioNs: If you are driving, and attending the Nurses Program on Wednesday or the Hands-on Workshops on Friday afternoon, from Colfax Avenue turn north onto Aurora Court, turn left on 16th Avenue, and park in the Visitor parking garage. E MONTVIE VIEW BLVD RED CROSS HENDERSON PARKING GARAGE HEALTH SCIENCES LIBRARY PHARMACY AND PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES UNIVERSITY POLICE E 19TH C S BUILDING 406 E 19TH AVE ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SAFETY BUILDING 401 EDUCATION 1 REVERE CT RESEARCH 2 BUILDING 500 RESEARCH 1 NORTH FULGINITI PAVILION FOR BIOETHICS AND HUMANITIES BUILDING 610 PASCAL BUILDING 400 VISITOR PARKING NIGHTHORSE CAMPBELL NATIVE HEALTH BUILDING BARBARA DAVIS CENTER LEPRINO BUILDING ACADEMIC OFFICE 1 LEPRINO PARKING STRUCTURE EDUCATION 2 NORTH E EDUCATION 2 SOUTH SCHOOL OF DENTAL MEDICINE P RESEARCH 1 SOUTH PARKING GARAGE E 17TH AVE ANSCHUTZ INPATIENT PAVILION 2 ANSCHUTZ CANCER PAVILION CRITICAL CARE NORTH WING ROCKY MOUNTAIN LIONS EYE INSTITUTE KEMPE CENTER GARY PAVILION VALET PARKING ANSCHUTZ INPATIENT PAVILION ANSCHUTZ OUTPATIENT PAVILION VALET SELF PARKING CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL COLORADO VICTOR ST ANSCHUTZ INPATIENT PAVILION E 16TH PL E 16TH AVE P PATIENT/VISITOR SELF PARK LOT PATIENT/VISITOR PATIENT/VISITOR SELF PARK GARAGE SELF PARK GARAGE E 16TH AVE CHILDREN’S WAY RACINE ST BUILDING 402 AURORA CT E UVALDA CT NTER E COLFAX AVE SCRANTON ST URSULA ST VAUGHN ST To I-225 Last U
  12. 12. C o u r s e r e G i s t r At i o N i N F o r M At i o N to register: go to www.rmie2014.com For questions or issues related to online registration, call or email CEO Events at 303-830-6850 or at events@ceo-events.com. The deadline for discounted advanced registration is Friday, January 10, 2014. Accommodations Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel 1550 Court Place Denver, Colorado 80202 303-893-3333 Online hotel reservations: https://www.starwoodmeeting.com/Book/rmie2014 rAte: $123 per night plus applicable taxes A block of rooms has been reserved for course attendees at the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel. To guarantee room availability and rates, contact the hotel directly by January 12, 2014 and indicate “Rocky Mountain Interventional Endoscopy.” Free internet service is provided by the hotel for all course attendees. Within walking distance from downtown Denver. Denver International Airport is 24 miles from the hotel. Ground transportation is provided between the hotel and the course location. The course location is approximately 9 miles from the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel. If you are staying at the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel, you are encouraged to use our ground transportation. If you are driving, self-pay parking is $5/day at the course location. Car pooling is recommended. event organizers CEO Events 1400 16th Street, Suite 400 Denver, Colorado 80202 Phone: 303-830-6850, Fax: 303-830-6610 Email: events@ceo-events.com
  13. 13. Welcome to Anschutz Medical Campus Join us for an interactive educational experience!
  14. 14. Live Demonstrations and Hands-on Workshops
  15. 15. M A i N C o u r s e r e G i s t r At i o N F e e s Discounted by Jan. 10, 2014 Main Course Thurs - Fri Noon FeBruArY 13-14, 2014 After Jan. 10, 2014 Physicians Fellows Main Course and Hands-on Module* $350 $150 $450 $250 Physicians Fellows $450 $250 $550 $350 Choose One Module* (February 14th 1:00-5:00 PM ) Advanced ERCP/Enteral Stenting Enteroscopy/ Barrett’s Ablation/Esophageal Stenting Endoscopic Mucosal Resection/Perforation Closure/Tissue Apposition * For GI Physicians, Nurses, Technicians and Fellows. Your module preference will be accepted on a first-come basis. FeLLoWs ADVANCeD eNDosCoPY ProGrAM For details regarding available scholarships and course registration, fellows should contact their fellowship director who has received information on registration. G i N u r s e s P r o G r A M r e G i s t r At i o N F e e s Discounted by Jan. 10, 2014 Main Course Thursday-Friday Noon $150 Main Course/GI Nurses Program Wed-Fri noon $200 Main Course/Friday Hands-on Module* $215 Main Course/GI Nurses Program/Friday Hands-On* $265 Main Course/GI Nurses Program/Wednesday Hands-on* Wed-Fri noon $285 Main Course/GI Nurses Program/Wednesday Hands-On*/Friday Hands-On* $350 After Jan. 10, 2014 $250 $300 $315 $365 $385 $450 *HANDS-ON SPACE IS LIMITED. Registration accepted on first-come basis. Driving/parking info will be provided with conference confirmation Please indicate on registration form if you have any need for auxiliary aids or special assistance services. CANCELLATION/REFUNDS: The full conference tuition is refundable, less a $75 processing fee, if your cancellation is received, in writing, by January 31, 2014. (The $75 processing fee is nonrefundable regardless of the reason for cancellation.) Refunds will not be granted after this time or for non-attendance.
  16. 16. The Rocky Mountain Interventional Endoscopy course was founded by and is dedicated to the memory of Yang K. Chen, MD, FASGE, AGAF, FACG June 20, 1952 — October 15, 2010 Dr. Chen’s vision and legacy continue to inspire faculty, staff, and course participants.

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