Southern Medical Association Professional Development Planner Vol.9, Issue 1, January 2012 Advocacy, Leadership, Quality and Professional Identity15th Annual Conference onOsteoporosisDiagnosis, Management,and PreventionKiawah Island Golf Resort,Kiawah Island, South CarolinaJuly 26-28, 2012 www.sma.org/osteo 1-800-423-4992, ext. 620 Intellectual, Integrity-Based, Professionally Developed CME fromSMA – A Provider Accredited with Commendation by the ACCME.
da llio n Level C Why SMA CME? Accreditation/CME Credit M eM E Because Southern Medical Association (SMA) Southern Medical Association is has over 25 years of experience in providing accredited by the Accreditation Council entPr high quality, accredited CME programming for Continuing Medical Education to of pm ss o e ion l al Deve which meets and exceeds the needs of our provide continuing medical education attendees. This commitment to excellence was for physicians.recognized by the Accreditation Council for Continuing MedicalEducation with the November 2011 awarding of Accreditationwith Commendation to the SMA. This top ranking recognizes American Medical Association Physician’sSMA as a learning organization and a change agent for the Recognition Awardphysicians it serves and demonstrates an environment in support Southern Medical Association designates this Live activity for aof physician learning and change that is part of a system for maximum of 13.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians shouldquality improvement. claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activityGAP/NEEDS American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists Application for credit has been filed.Osteoporosis remains an underdiagnosed and undertreatedcondition. Recent reports about atypical femoral shaft fractures andosteonecrosis of the jaw have led many clinicians to refrain from American Academy of Family Physicians Application for CME credit has been filed with the Americantreating patients and caused many patients to discontinue their Academy of Family Physicians. Determination of credit is pending.medication. Clinicians are getting conflicting information regardingwhen to initiate treatment, how to monitor patients being treatedand when to stop treatment. The availability of medications that can American Osteopathic Association Application for credit has been filed.significantly reduce the risk of fracture and re-fracture mandates thatmost patients with osteoporosis should be actively treated. American Academy of Physician Assistants The American Academy of Physician Assistants accepts AMA PRAPURPOSE Category 1 CreditTM from organizations accredited by the ACCME.The purpose of the activity is to increase awareness of osteoporosis Nurse Continuing Education Contact Hoursand its potential impact on morbidity and mortality and confidence The Southern Medical Association is an approved provider oflevel in prescribing FDA approved medication for osteoporosis while continuing nursing education by the Alabama State Nursesestablishing a good rapport with the patient to ensure compliance. Association, an accredited approver of continuing nursingAlthough most of the emphasis will be on clinical issues, basic education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’ssciences will be included in some aspects. The unique feature of Commission on Accreditation.this program is that it is entirely devoted to osteoporosis and covers3 main aspects: diagnosis, management and adverse effects of Southern Medical Association Provider #5-125. This activitytreatment modalities. The format also encourages interaction qualifies for up to 13.5 contact hours. [Thursday, 3.5; Friday, 5.0;between participants and faculty and has gradually evolved Saturday, 5.0]over the past 14 years taking into account the needs of individualparticipants as well as recent developments in the field. ISCD Recertification This activity qualifies for 13.5 continuing education hours towardTARGET AUDIENCE ISCD Recertification.This activity is designed for healthcare professionals who care for This activity has been submitted to additional accrediting bodiespatients at risk for or suffering from osteoporosis, including primary for approval. Although confirmation was not available at print time,care, family practice, gynecology, internal medicine, obstetrics, updated credit information will be available at www.sma.org/osteo.pediatrics, adolescent medicine, endocrinology, geriatrics,orthopaedics, radiology, osteopathy, physiatry, and rheumatology.Others who will benefit include pharmacists, registered nurses,nurse practitioners, physician assistants, physical therapists, Contact Information Conference sponsored by Southern Medical Association,technologists who work with physicians to diagnose and treat an exemplary ACCME accredited provider. Questions? Callpatients with osteoporosis and other allied healthcare providers 1.800.423.4992 ext 620 or visit www.sma.org/osteo. To reviewwho work, or have an interest, in the field of bone densitometry. member benefits and join the SMA, call 1.800.423.4992 ext. 640 or visit www.sma.org/memberbenefits.LEARNING OBJECTIVESAfter participating in this activity, participants should haveincreased knowledge and be more competent to: Social Networking •Improve identification of patients with Osteoporosis or at risk for developing Osteoporosis •Identify potential benefits and adverse effects of FDA approved medications for Osteoporosis REGISTER •Tailor management of Osteoporosis to particular needs of individual patients www.sma.org/osteoSee expanded activity information and individual objectives by 1-800-423-4992, ext. 620lecture title online at www.sma.org/osteo.
Conference Chair DAILY SCHEDULE Ronald C. Hamdy, MD, FRCP, FACP Thursday July 26, 2012 Professor of Internal Medicine 1:45 pm Welcome and Activity Overview, Dr. Hamdy Cecile Cox Quillen Chair of Excellence in Geriatric 2:00 Quo Vadis Osteoporosis?, Dr. Hamdy Medicine and Gerontology 2:30 Bone Turnover and How to Manipulate it, Dr. Piziak Director, Osteoporosis Center 3:30 Diagnosing Osteoporosis, Dr. Hamdy East Tennessee State University Johnson City, TN 4:15 Break 4:30 Monitoring Patients on Therapy, Dr. LewieckiDistinguished Faculty 5:15 Calcium and Vitamin D, Dr. Watts 5:45 Adjourn Susan B. Broy, MD, FACP, FACR, CCD Friday July 27, 2012 Professor of Clinical Medicine 7:00 am Continental Breakfast Rosalind Franklin School of Medicine 7:30 Rapid Fire Session Chicago Medical School Fracture Risk Reduction - Evidence Based Review Chicago, IL 7:30 Introduction – The Problem with Clinical Trials, Dr. Hamdy 7:45 Alendronate, Dr. Broy 8:00 Risedronate, Dr. Watts E. Michael Lewiecki, MD, FACP, FACE 8:15 Ibandronate, Dr. Morgan Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine 8:30 Zoledronic acid, Dr. Hamdy University of New Mexico School of Medicine 8:45 Estrogen, Dr. Broy Director of New Mexico Clinical Research 9:00 Raloxifene, Dr. Morgan Osteoporosis Center 9:15 Teriparatide, Dr. Lewiecki 9:30 Denosumab, Dr. Hamdy Albuquerque, NM 9:45 Panel Discussion, All Faculty 10:00 Break Sarah L. Morgan MD, MS, RD, FADA, FACP, CCD 10:30 Drug “Holidays”, Dr. Watts Professor, Department of Nutrition Sciences 11:00 Osteoporosis in Patients with Renal Impairment, Dr. Lewiecki The University of Alabama at Birmingham Medical Director, UAB Osteoporosis Prevention 11:30 Bariatric Surgery, Anorexia Nervosa and Other GI Causes of Osteoporosis, Dr. Morgan and Treatment Clinic Birmingham, AL 12:15 pm Rheumatologic Diseases and Bone Demineralization, Dr. Broy 1:00 Adjourn Veronica K. Piziak, MD, PhD, FACP Saturday July 28, 2012 Emeritus Director, Division of Endocrinology 7:00 am Continental Breakfast Director, Diabetes Center 7:30 Atypical Femoral Shaft Fractures, Dr. Hamdy Scott White Hospital and Clinic 8:00 Osteonecrosis of the Jaw, Dr. Lewiecki Professor of Medicine and Endocrinology 8:20 Fracture Healing and Anti-osteoporosis Therapy, Dr. Watts Texas AM University College of Medicine 8:50 Corticosteroid Induced Osteoporosis, Dr. Broy Temple, TX 9:10 Hyperparathyroidism, Dr. Lewiecki 9:40 Hypercalciuria, Dr. Morgan Nelson B. Watts, MD 10:00 Break Professor of Medicine 10:30 Physical Exercise and Bone Mass – What Type of Exercise to University of Cincinnati College of Medicine Recommend, Dr. Broy Director, University of Cincinnati Bone Health 11:15 Osteoporosis in Men, Dr. Watts and Osteoporosis Center 12:15 pm Reducing the Incidence and Impact of Falls, Dr. Morgan Cincinnati, OH 1:00 AdjournFast FactsNew Pricing for 2012 CME By the WeekA reduction in registration fees by $110 over the 2011 pricing is SMA’s Plan to arrive EARLY to get a full week of CME at Kiawah by registeringway of recognizing the financial difficulties of the past year and for SMA’s 23rd Annual Focus on the Female Patient Conference, Julyproviding an opportunity for you to attend this incredible meeting 23-26. For full program details, visitat Kiawah Island. www.sma.org/female-patient or call SMA at 800.423.4992 ext 620.Conference Syllabus/Handouts SMA Cancellation/Registration Refund PolicyAs part of the growing commitment to conserve natural resources, Conferences are subject to cancellation. SMA will not refundno printed syllabus with slide sets or faculty handouts will be provided travel costs if the conference is cancelled. Refunds are not givenonsite at the conference. Registrants will be given instructions prior for inclement weather. Registration refund requests must beto the conference to download the handouts electronically for a submitted in writing. A refund of your registration fee, minus a $50paper copy if desired. A flash drive of the handouts will be provided administrative processing fee, will be granted if notice of cancellationto each registrant on-site. is received by ten days prior to the conference start date. By this time, all guarantees have been confirmed and no refunds will be granted.Online Streaming Webcast OpportunityCan’t attend the live conference? Yes, you can! Selected lectures Southern Medical Association Professional Development Planner is an officialwill be streamed live and available on-demand at sma.org. Refer to publication of the Southern Medical Association and is published irregularly by Southernregistration information in this brochure. Medical Association, 35 W. Lakeshore Drive, Suite 200, Birmingham, AL, 35209.
15th Annual Conference on Osteoporosis Diagnosis, Management, and Prevention Kiawah Island Golf Resort • East Beach Conference Center Kiawah Island, South Carolina More CME at Kiawah! July 26-28, 2012 Advocacy, Leadership, Quality and Professional Identity Non-Profit23rd Annual Conference onFOCUS CME AT KIAWAH! MORE ON Advocacy, Leadership, Quality and Professional Identity U.S. Postage PAID 35 W. Lakeshore Drive, Suite 200 • P.O. Box 190088 Birmingham, ALTHE FEMALEstay the entire Arrive early and Birmingham, AL 35219-0088 Permit No. 2366PATIENTattend SMA’s highly week and respected “Focus on the Female Patient” Conference, July 23-Kiawah Island Golf Resort,Kiawah Island, South Carolina details and 26. For program to register, visit www.sma.org/ female-patient or call SMA at July 23-26, 2012 1.800.423.4992, ext. 620.For information, go to www.sma.org/female-patient 15th Annual Conference on Osteoporosis Diagnosis, Management, and Prevention REGISTER: REGISTER Online: Telephone: Mail or Fax: www.sma.org/osteo 800.423.4992, ext. 620 or Download registration form - 205.945.1840, ext. 620 www.sma.org/osteo Registration Fee includes conference attendance, faculty handouts on flashdrive, CME/CE credit certificate, daily continental breakfasts, refreshment breaks as provided, and access to SMA’s Osteoporosis Community. NEW PRICING FOR 2012 – A savings of $110 over 2011 prices. Member Discount: SMA members can claim a $100 full conference discount during registration. By April 30 After April 30 All Registrants: MAKE RESERVATIONS: Live Conference $585 $685 Kiawah Island Golf Resort – Villa Reservations One Day $280 $280 Call Kiawah Island directly at (800) 654-2924 to make Streaming Webcast/Selected Lectures $250 $250 lodging arrangements. Reference group as Southern Attend both the 2012 Osteoporosis and Female Patient Conferences and Save $70. Medical Association and/or Group Booking Number 9380. Reservation deadline: June 21, 2012. After this time, Combination Conference Fee $1,200 $1,400 reservations will be accepted by the resort on a space-and- rate available basis if space is still available.