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Mayo School of Continuous Professional Development15th Annual MAYO CLINIC INTERNAL MEDICINE UPDATE:                       ...
General InformationCOURSE HIGHLIGHTSMayo Clinic’s 15th Annual Internal Medicine Update: Sedona 2012 is a four-daycourse of...
General InformationMEETING LOCATION AND ACCOMMODATIONSHilton Sedona Resort • 90 Ridge Trail Drive • Sedona, Arizona 86351T...
Program		                                                              SESSION 1            Thursday, October 11, 2012    ...
Program		                                                               SESSION 1Saturday, October 13, 2012	  7:15 a.m.	  ...
Social ActivitiesRegistrant and a guest are included in registration fee. Pre-registration is required.RSVP during your re...
Faculty                                         COURSE DIRECTORS                                            Catherine Harm...
2012S488REGISTRATION FORM                                                                                               AM...
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15th Annual Mayo Clinic Internal Medicine Update: Sedona 2012

  1. 1. Mayo School of Continuous Professional Development15th Annual MAYO CLINIC INTERNAL MEDICINE UPDATE: SEDONA 2012 Photo courtesy of John Pearce, M.D. Littleton, Colorado Photo courtesy of John W. Barclay, M.D. Delta, BC, Canada Thursday – Sunday October 11-14, 2012 Hilton Sedona Resort Village of Oak Creek, Sedona, Arizona
  2. 2. General InformationCOURSE HIGHLIGHTSMayo Clinic’s 15th Annual Internal Medicine Update: Sedona 2012 is a four-daycourse offering primary care physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistantsa practical update on a variety of subspecialty topics including allergy, cardiovasculardiseases, dermatology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, hematology, infectious diseases,integrative medicine, neurology, psychiatry, pulmonary, renal disease, rheumatology,and others applicable to today’s practice and patients. This course is also offered onOctober 25-28, 2012.Presentation topics are the same for each session, however, the order in which theyappear differs and there are a few faculty changes. Each presentation will be 30-minutesin length. Two daily question-and-answer sessions are included.For specifics regarding the second session on October 25-28 please click here. LEARNING OBJECTIVESUpon completion of this course, participants should be able to:• identify and discuss current controversies in osteoporosis, including management To and treatment strategies.• Assess the new guidelines in the diagnosis and management of COPD.• Discuss the office evaluation of headache.• Recognize the emerging importance of concussion and its associated comorbidities.• Review common and uncommon platelet syndromes.• Identify the most commonly encountered rashes in a primary care practice.• Assess the significance of emerging asthma phenotypes and their application to clinical practice.• Discuss the various manifestations of interstitial lung involvement, its significance, and treatment in the connective tissue diseases.• Identify clinical settings when LFTs should be obtained, how to interpret their significance, and when to consult a liver specialist.• Review what’s new in C. difficile colitis, resistant gonorrhea, and emerging antibiotics.DISCLAIMERAttendance at this Mayo course does not indicate nor guarantee competence orproficiency in the performance of any procedures which may be discussed or taughtin this course.CREDITCollege of Medicine, Mayo Clinic, is accredited by the Accreditation Councilfor Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education forphysicians.College of Medicine, Mayo Clinic, designates this live activity for a maximumof 18.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the creditcommensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.Application for CME credit has been filed with the American Academy ofFamily Physicians. Determination of credit is pending.This program has been accredited by the American Osteopathic Association for18.0 credits of AOA Category 2-A.GRANTS AND EXHIBITSThis course is supported in part by educational grants, in accordance withACCME standards. As of this printing, a complete listing of commercial supporterswas not available. Appropriate acknowledgment will be given to all supporters at themeeting.Exhibits will be available for viewing at all scheduled breaks.
  3. 3. General InformationMEETING LOCATION AND ACCOMMODATIONSHilton Sedona Resort • 90 Ridge Trail Drive • Sedona, Arizona 86351Telephone: (877) 273-3762 (toll-free) or (928) 284-4040Experience the spirit and beauty of Sedona! Nestled in the beautiful Village ofOak Creek, the Hilton Sedona Resort is located amidst the spectacular beauty ofNorthern Arizona’s red rock country. The resort has reserved a limited block of one-bedroom suites at a special group rate of $259 (USD), per night, plus applicable localand state taxes, for course participants and guests. Group rates will apply three daysprior to and three days after the course dates, based on group room availability.To ensure accommodations, make your reservation before the room block is filledor 30 days prior to the course date by calling (877) 273-3762 (toll-free) or directly(928) 284-4040 or make your reservations online Reservation requests receivedafter this date will be accepted on a space available basis at the hotel’s best availablerate. Identify yourself as a participant of the Mayo Internal Medicine CME course.If the Mayo Clinic room block is sold out, you may request to be put on the wait-listby contacting Ms. Beverly Bell, Reservation Supervisor, Hilton Sedona Resort, directlyat telephone (928) 284-6922.Attendees are responsible for their own reservations. The standard hotel reservationcancellation policy will apply to individual reservations unless otherwise specified.RECREATION/LEISURE ACTIVITIESLocated in Arizona’s high desert under the towering southwestern rim of thevast Colorado Plateau, the city of Sedona is blessed with four mild seasons marked byabundant sunshine and clean air. Ideally, the annual average high and low temperaturesare 74.7 and 45.7 degrees, respectively.Almost the entire world knows that Sedona, strategically situated at the mouth ofspectacular Oak Creek Canyon, is a unique place. Characterized by massive red-rockformations, as well as the contrasting riparian areas of Oak Creek Canyon, the areasurrounding this beloved community is considered at least as beautiful as manynational parks.There are many things to see and many things to do in Sedona. Visitors and residentsdelight in the area’s natural year-round beauty, which is conducive to many types ofoutdoor activities. It’s easy to spend several weeks in Sedona exploring hidden canyonsand enjoying red rock trails or visiting the area’s sacred sites or Sedona’s vortexes.In addition to enjoying the outdoors, there are many other things to do in Sedona.Sedona activities include visiting art galleries and attending shows, musical andtheatrical performances, spiritual and personal enrichment activities, annual festivalsand many community events.It is recommended that you make your reservations and plan your activities in advance.Visit for additional recreation and leisure activities.TRANSPORTATIONA rental vehicle is recommended. The Hilton Sedona Resort is located just 90 minutesnorth of Phoenix, Arizona and only two and a half hours away from the Grand Canyon.Hertz offers a reduced daily rate for participants attending this course.Call (800) 654-2240 and refer to CV Number 03NR0007 when making reservations.Shuttle Service: Ace Xpress offers door-to-door transportation fromPhoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (or a Sky Harbor Airport hotel) to theHilton Sedona Resort. You must make your reservation at least 3 weeks prior toyour arrival in Phoenix. This is not a direct shuttle.E-mail: info@acexshuttle.comTelephone: (800) 336-ACEX ext. 2239 (toll-free) or (928) 649-2720Online reservation requests:
  4. 4. Program SESSION 1 Thursday, October 11, 2012   7:00 a.m. Registration and Continental Breakfast  7:50 W elcome and Introductions Paul Snyder, Jr., M.D., F.A.C.P.  8:00 O ffice Evaluation of HeadacheSESSION 1 Bert Vargas, M.D.  8:30 Updating the Treatment of Migraine Rashmi Halker, M.D.  9:00 Concussion Update Bert Vargas, M.D.  9:30 Question and Answer Session with Faculty 10:00 Refreshment Break 10:15 Dyslipidemias for the Primary Physician Lori Roust, M.D. 10:45 O steoporosis and Controversies Regarding Treatment and Duration Sydney Westphal, M.D. 11:15 T reatment of Hypertension Michael Hogan, M.D. 11:45 K idney Transplant for the Primary Care Physician Janna Huskey, M.D. 12:15 p.m. Question and Answer Session with Faculty 12:45 Adjourn   6:00 Welcome Reception (Pre-registration is required)   7:00 Adjourn Friday, October 12, 2012   7:15 a.m. Continental Breakfast  7:50 Announcements  8:00 What’s New in Breast, Lung, Prostate, and Colon Cancer for the Primary Physician Donald Northfelt, M.D.  8:30 S cary Three Letter Platelet Syndromes Joseph Mikhael, M.D.  9:00 E valuation of Palpitations for the Primary Physician Komandoor Srivathsan, M.D.  9:30 Question and Answer Session with Faculty 10:00 Refreshment Break 10:15 U pdate in Pulmonary Medicine Lewis Wesselius, M.D. 10:45 in ID for the Primary Physician Hot Topics M. Teresa Seville, M.D. 11:15 COPD Lewis Wesselius, M.D. 11:45 R huematology Case Studies Catherine Harmon, M.D. 12:15 p.m. Question and Answer Session with Faculty 12:45 Adjourn
  5. 5. Program SESSION 1Saturday, October 13, 2012   7:15 a.m. Continental Breakfast 7:50 Announcements 8:00 R esilience, For Our Patients and Ourselves Larry Bergstrom, M.D. SESSION 1 8:30 W hat’s New in the Treatment of Anxiety/Depression Robert Bright, M.D. 9:00 W hat’s New in Geriatrics Helene Labonte, D.O. 9:30 Question and Answer Session with Faculty10:00 Refreshment Break10:15 E valuation of Abnormal LFTs for the non-Hepatologist Thomas Byrne, M.D.10:45 U pdate on Celiac Disease Lucinda A. Harris, M.S., M.D.11:15 C ommon Office Dermatologic Problems in Primary Care David Swanson, M.D.11:45 Imaging of Breast Findings Management in Men, Pregnant and Post-partum Women Roxanne Lorans, M.D.12:15 p.m. Question and Answer Session with Faculty12:45 Adjourn 7:00 Special Saturday Evening Event: Native American Storytelling (Pre-registration is required)  8:30 AdjournSunday, October 14, 2012   6:45 a.m. Continental Breakfast 7:20 Announcements 7:30 U pdate on the Use of PSA for the Early Detection of Prostate Cancer Murray Feldstein, M.D. 8:00 E merging Asthma Phenotypes: Case Studies and Clinicial Applications J. Chris Lewis, M.D. 8:30 U rologic Pain Syndromes Murray Feldstein, M.D. 9:00 Question and Answer Session with Faculty 9:45 Refreshment Break10:00 U pdate on the Management of DVT In Patient vs Outpatient Fadi Shamoun, M.D.10:30 I nterstitial Lung Disease (ILD) in the Rheumatic Diseases W. Leroy Griffing, M.D.11:00 I nterstitial Lung Disease (ILD) in the Rheumatic Diseases: What Does the Lung Biopsy Tell Us? Kevin Leslie, M.D.11:30 Question and Answer Session with Faculty12:15 p.m. Course Adjournment
  6. 6. Social ActivitiesRegistrant and a guest are included in registration fee. Pre-registration is required.RSVP during your registration for both social activity.WELCOME RECEPTIONThursday, October 11, 2012 • 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. Pre-registration required.Attendees and guests are cordially invited to the Welcome Reception onThursday evening at the Hilton Sedona Resort. This casual reception hosted by thecourse directors offers you the perfect opportunity to meet existing and new colleagues.NATIVE AMERICAN STORYTELLINGSaturday, October 13, 2012 • 7:00-8:30 p.m. Pre-registration required.Refreshments and dessert to be offered.This unique cultural experience of Native American storytelling is offered byKen Duncan, Sr., a full-blooded San Carlos Apache. In addition to being an acclaimed“storyteller,” his talents include lecturer, flute player, cultural artist and foundingdirector of “The Yellow Bird Dancers” – who were awarded “Culture Keepers ofArizona” in 2004.Ken is a graduate of the Institute of American Indian Arts and serves as a culturalconsultant for many U.S. State Department Embassy tours. His gift of storytelling hasresulted in his participation in festivals and museums throughout the world.Native Americans first used verbal language, instead of written, to document theirhistory, customs, rituals and legends. Ken’s illustrative images of coyote, the night sky,and mother earth, express the beauty of Arizona’s environment and legendary tales ofthe southwest.This special evening event offers the opportunity to experience the beauty andessence of Native American culture through vivid expressions ... enhanced with humorand music. This unique encounter may lead you to explore stories about your ownfamily’s history and culture. Photo courtesy of Yellow Bird Native Entertainment
  7. 7. Faculty COURSE DIRECTORS Catherine Harmon, M.D. Paul Snyder, Jr., M.D., F.A.C.P. MAYO CLINIC Larry Bergstrom, M.D. Robert Bright, M.D. Thomas Byrne, M.D. Murray Feldstein, M.D. W. Leroy Griffing, M.D. Rashmi Halker, M.D. Catherine Harmon, M.D. Lucinda Harris, MS, M.D. Michael Hogan, M.D. Janna Huskey, M.D. Helene. Labonte, D.O. Kevin Leslie, M.D. J. Chris Lewis, M.D. Roxanne Lorans, M.D. Joseph Mikhael, M.D. Donald Northfelt, M.D. Lori Roust, M.D. M. Teresa Seville, M.D. Fadi Shamoun, M.D. Komandoor Srivathsan, M.D. David Swanson, M.D. Bert Vargas, M.D. Lewis Wesselius, M.D. Sydney Westphal, M.D. FACULTY DISCLOSURE: As a provider accredited by ACCME, College of Medicine, Mayo Clinic (Mayo School of CPD) must ensure balance, independence, objectivity and scientific rigor in its educational activities. Course Director(s), Planning Committee Members, Faculty, and all others who are in a position to control the content of this educational activity are required to disclose all relevant financial relationships with any commercial interest related to the subject matter of the educational activity. Safeguards against commercial bias have been put in place. Faculty will also disclose any off- label and/or investigational use of pharmaceuticals or instruments discussed in their presentation. Disclosure of this information will be published in course materials so those participants in the activity may formulate their own judgments regarding the presentation.©2012 Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research
  8. 8. 2012S488REGISTRATION FORM AMA / AAFP / AOA15th Annual Mayo Clinic Internal Medicine Update: Sedona 2012October 11-14, 2012Register on this course website. The registration fee includes tuition, meals, refreshment breaks and access toa detailed on-line syllabus.Although it is not Mayo Clinic’s policy to limit the number of registrants for a course, conference room facilitiesmay necessitate closure of enrollment. Early registration is strongly recommended. Walk-in registrations cannotbe guaranteed. Mayo Clinic will not be responsible for expenses incurred by individuals who are not confirmed forcourses with a closed registration status. Costs incurred by the registrant such as airline/ hotel fees or penaltiesare the responsibility of the registrant.A confirmation will be sent upon receipt of payment and completed registration form. If you do not receive yourconfirmation, or if you have any questions, please e-mail us at or call (480) 301-4580.No refund will be granted unless a written notice of cancellation is received. If registration must be canceled, tuitionless a $75 administrative fee will be refunded when notification is received at least fourteen (14) days preceding thecourse date. No refunds will be made after this date.ONLINE SYLLABUS: Your registration fee includes access to a detailed online syllabus, emailed one week prior to thecourse. This allows you to download the syllabus before attending the course. No internet is offered in the meeting room.If you would like, you may order a paper copy during your registration process.Your type of practice:  Solo  Group  University  Resident/Fellow  Retired  Other: ________Years in practice:  0-4  5-10  11-15  16-25  25Course Registrant List (Check only if you want your name removed)  do not want information (ie, name, degree, city, and state) to appear on the course registrants’ list. IRegistration Please print. Use duplicate form for multiple registrations. Name of Registrant – first, middle, and last name Institution Degree/Certification Medical Specialty Preferred mailing address is: (select one)  Work/Business  Home Address City State/Province ZIP/Postal Code Country Email Daytime Telephone Fax $75 DISCOUNT for online registration! Go to (offer expires Sept. 10, 2012) Note: When registering online, please be sure to “check-out” after your profile is completed/updated. REGISTRATION FEE: $640 $_______________  Yes, I would like to order a paper copy of the course syllabus $50 $_______________ OPTIONAL ACTIVITIES: Welcome Reception (Thursday, October 11)  Yes, I will attend  Guest ticket (1) requested  No, I will not attend  Additional tickets: # ________ at $40 each $_________________ Children (ages 0 – 4) #________ No charge Special Saturday Evening Presentation (Saturday, October 13)  Yes, I will attend  Guest ticket (1) requested  No, I will not attend  Additional tickets: # ________ at $15 each $_________________ Children (ages 0 – 4) #________ No chargePayment Information (US Funds Only)  Check is enclosed in the amount shown at right – make checks payable to Mayo Clinic CPD Payment Total Credit Card (select one) Account Number Exp. Date (mm/yy)  Discover  MC  Visa Signature Date