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2013 Pan American Allergy Society Spring Training Course & Seminar

  1. 1. Pan American Allergy Society 2013 Training Course and Seminar March 21-23, 2013 Marriott Dallas/Plano at Legacy Town Center, Plano, Texas Featuring Sessions on: Inhalant and Food Allergy, Multiple Allergen Applicators, Modified Quantitative Testing (MQT) Sublingual Inhalant Immunotherapy (SLIT) & Hormone Balance & The Allergic Individual
  2. 2. 2013 P.A.A.S. PROGRAMTARGET AUDIENCE:This program is open to those physicians who are already practicing the diagnosis and REGISTRATION*treatment of allergy and sensitivity disorders as well as those preparing themselves to All sessions are open to physicians and /or their medical personnel.add the diagnosis and treatment of allergy and sensitivity disorders to their practice. It CME certificates will be mailed within two weeks after the meeting.is essential training for nurses and allied healthcare professionals. CONTENT, METHODS, GOALS AND OBJECTIVES: * IMPORTANT: Take advantage of a 10% discount if registering 3 or more staff members. See Registration FormP.A.A.S. Training Course: To teach the application of basic and advanced principlesof immunology, virology and skin titration and in vitro methodologies. The calculation, TRAINING COURSE: Thursday & Friday March 21 & 22progression and administration of immunotherapeutic doses, based on the results of 14 CME Hours/ 14 Contact Hours testing will be taught through “hands-on” instruction. Diagnostic methods for inhalants, P.A.A.S. Member / Member’s Personnel $560 ($280 per day)ingestants and contact sensitivities and treatment modalities will be explored throughlectures, slide and video projection presentations and open discussion panels. Non-Member / Non-Member’s Personnel $840 ($420 per day)Completion of the course will enable the participant to: * Identify patients for whom allergy is a likely diagnosis and establish the diagnosis of CONCURRENT SESSION: Friday March 22 allergic disease by obtaining a comprehensive history MORNING: * Understand general concepts of normal and abnormal immune responses P.A.A.S. Member / Member’s Personnel $280 * Apply the principles of basic, clinical immunology to enhance the diagnosis and Non-Member / Non-Member’s Personnel $420 treatment of allergic disease * Recognize normal and abnormal skin whealing responses and identify factors that affect the skin whealing response SEMINAR: Saturday March 23 * Describe the pathophysiology of skin whealing responses CME Hours / 7 Contact Hours * Identify factors that affect the skin whealing response P.A.A.S. Member / Member’s Personnel $280 * Select antigens for testing and treatment Non-Member / Non-Member’s Personnel $420 * Successfully calculate antigen doses * Assess skin whealing responses to determine the appropriate dosing schedule * Implement basic enviromental controls FULL PROGRAM: Thursday - Saturday March 21 - 23 * Describe in vitro allergy testing 21 CME Hours / 21 Contact Hours * Recognize and treat a medical emergency P.A.A.S. Member / Member’s Personnel $840 * Incorporate allergy in your practice Non-Member / Non-Member’s Personnel $1,260 * Diagnose and treat allergy using multiple allergen testing devices * Treat allergy using Modified Quantitatve Testing (MQT) * Treat allergy using Sublingual Inhalant Immunotherapy (SLIT) FEES INCLUDE: * All breakfasts and breaks for registrants only - luncheons are on your own.CONCURRENT SESSION: * Attendance for registrant and one guest at President’s Welcome Reception * Recognize signs and symptoms of food allergy * Syllabus and amenities * Understand the concept of fixed and cyclic food allergies * Understand the value and application of challenge, rotation and elimination diets * Define and appreciate Paleolithic nutrition REFUNDS WILL BE MADE UNTIL FEBRUARY 21, 2013, WITH A 25% * Understand principles of S.E.T. vs. provocative neutralization testing PROCESSING CHARGE. AFTER FEBRUARY 21, 2013, NO REFUNDS * Describe the methodology of provocative neutralization testing WILL BE MADE. * Perform the intracutaneous provocative food test * Use sublingual methods to test & treat food allergy MEDICAL RESIDENTS’ FEES: * Identify and avoid food contaminants $200.00 for all or part of training course and seminar upon written recom- * Understand how hormones affect the allergic individual mendation of their medical residency director. Please call P.A.A.S. office for information.P.A.A.S. Seminar: Updates on advances in research of immunological problems in thepractice of allergy. Guest and member physicians will instruct through lectures, power PLEASE MAKE A NOTE OF THE FOLLOWING:point presentations, panel discussions and question and answer sessions. * Cellular phones will not be permitted in the classroom. * Please do not wear perfumes and aftershave lotions. ACCREDITATION: * Smoking is prohibited in the foyer, classroom and exhibit hall. The Pan American Allergy Society is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing * Bring a sweater or jacket to all sessions. Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians. SPECIAL NEEDS The Pan American Allergy Society designates this educational activity for a maximum of 28 AMA PRA The Pan American Allergy Society fully complies with the legal requirements Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. of the Americans with Disabilities Act. If any participant is in need of This Live activity, Pan American Allergy Society 2013 Training Course and Seminar, with a beginning accommodation, please submit written requests at least one month in date of March 21, 2013 has been reviewed and is acceptable for up to 28 Prescribed credit(s) by the advance to P.A.A.S. so that we may accommodate your needs. Amercan Academy of Family Physicians. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. CME activities approved for AAFP credit are recognized by the AOA as equivalent to AOA Catogory 2 Credit. FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: CNE: 28 CONTACT HOURS - MAXIMUM 21 CONTACT HOURS Ann Brey This continuing nursing education activity was approved by the Texas Nurses Association, an Pan American Allergy Society accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditiation. 1317 Wooded Knoll • San Antonio, TX 78258 Successful completion for each day of this activity is attendance and evaluating a minimum of 7 contact hours for Thursday - Saturday depending on those days and/or sessions for which the 210-495-9853; fax: 210-495-9852 participant has registered. email: panamallergy@sbcglobal.net
  3. 3. 2013 P.A.A.S. FACULTY ACCOMMODATIONS and Contributors to CME ContentBOYD, Edwyn L., M. D. , Dept. of Otolaryngology, Brookwood Medical Center, Birmingham, AL - Speaker for Alcon Labs, Sunovion Labs and Teva Phamaceuticals; Supported at this CME activity by Antigen LaboratoriesBREY, ANN - Executive Director, Pan American Allergy Society; Administrator of P.A.A.S. CME activitiesBROWN, Andrew M., M.D. - Private Practice of Otolaryngology & Allergy, Gadsden, ALCROSS, Jenny L., M.D. - Private Practice of Pediatrics & Allergy, Tygart Valley ENT; Clin. Asst. Prof. of Otolaryngology, West Virginia Univ., Morgantown, WV; Staff member Davis Memorial Hospital, Elkins, WV.Gruhlkey, Jay L., M.D. - Private Practice of Family Practice & Allergy, New Braunfels, TX - Member of PAAS CME/Program CommitteeHALEY, Joann, A.T. - Administrative Director of Allergy Dept., Dayton Ear, Nose & Throat Surgeons, Dayton, OH The Marriott Dallas/Plano at Legacy Town Center is the host of theHASSLINGER, Brian J., M.D. - Private Practice of Allergy and P.A.A.S. annual training course and seminar. You will experience the Otolaryngology, Cumberland, MD - Member of PAAS CME/Program comfort of spacious sleeping rooms and delight in exciting choices CommitteeHEDGES, Harold H., M.D. - Clin. Prof., Dept. of Family Practice, Univ. for dining, entertainment and shopping at the Shops at Legacy of Arkansas Medical Science; Dir., Little Rock Environmental Medical Center just across the street from the hotel. Clinic; Private Practice, Little Rock Family Practice Clinic, Little Rock, AR Supported at this CME activity by Lincoln Laboratories; Member of Designed for both the business traveler and family vacationer, PAAS CME/Program Committee all guestrooms feature high-speed internet access, two dual-lineHOTZE, Steven F., M.D. - Private Practice of Allergy, Houston & Katy, TX - speaker phones with data ports and voicemail, remote control color Owner & CEO of Hotze Health & Wellness Center, Katy TX TV and working desk. After class make the most of your stay byHYDE, Gregory E. M.D., Ph.D. - Private Practice of Otolaryngology & enjoying the outdoor pool, sundeck, whirlpool and fitness center. Allergy, Nacogdoches, TXJAECKLE, Richard G., M.D. - Private Practice of Psychiatry & Allergy, Dallas, TX - Consultant for Pharmasan Laboratory; Member of PAAS We feel that you will find this Marriott beautiful, accessible and very CME/Program Committee reasonably priced for our spring meeting.LANG, Howard J., D.O. - Private Practice of Allergy, Colleyville, TX - Supported at this CME activity by Bio-Tech Pharmacal; Member of PLEASE MAKE ARRANGEMENTS PAAS CME/Program Committee DIRECTLY WITH:LIVINGSTON, Kathi, R.N., B.S.N. - Senior Allergy Nurse in Little Rock Marriott Dallas/Plano at Legacy Town Center Family Practice Clinic, Little Rock, AR - Supported at this CME activity 7121 Bishop Road by Lincoln DiagnosticsLOWRY, Pam, R.N. - Administrative Director of Allergy Dept., Irving - Plano, TX 75024 Coppell ENT, Irving, TX - Husband employed by Antigen Laboratories; Supported at this CME activity by Antigen Laboratories TELEPHONE: 800-228-9290REA, William J., M.D. - Private practice of Environmental Medicine, Environmental Health Center, Dallas, TX - Supported at this CME special rate: For special rate mention you are attending activity by Bio-Tech Pharmacal the Pan American Allergy Society program:ROGERS, Neal, M.D. - Private practice of Otolaryngology & Allergy, $149 per night + 13% sales tax Butte, MT - Member of PAAS CME/Program CommitteeSAPORTA, Diego, M.D. - Private practice of Allergy, Elizabeth, NJ - (single, double/double) Member of PAAS CME/Program CommitteeSHAW, William, Ph.D. - Founder & Director, The Great Plains Laboratory, DEADLINE FOR SPECIAL RATE RESERVATIONS: Lenexa, KS - President of The Great Plains Laboratory, Manager of February 26, 2013. New Beginnings Nutritionals, Lenexa, KS After Feburary 26, 2013, room rates will be quoted atSHERIDAN, David P., M.D. - Private Practice of Allergy, Health & Wellness, regular non-convention rates. Katy, TX - Staff Physician at Hotze Health & Wellness Center, Katy, TX - Supported at this CME activity by Antigen Laboratories; Chairman, PAAS CME/Program CommitteeSHIPMAN, Nolan D., M.D. - Private practice of ENT & Allergy, Bryan, TX; RECOMMENDED READING Assoc. Clin. Prof., Dept. of Surgery Texas A & M University College Allergy in ENT Practice: of Medicine, College Station, TX - Member of PAAS CME/Program The Basic Guide (2nd edition) CommitteeTREMPER, Robert, M.S., R.N., C.N.S., - Director, Adult Emergency Hueston C. King, M.D., Department at Methodist Hospital, San Antonio, TX Richard Mabry, M.D. & Cynthia Mabry,WYCOFF, John O., D.O. - Private Practice of Allergy and Wellness, East Bruce R. Gordon, M.D. & Bradley F. Marple Lansing, MI - Member of PAAS CME/Program Committee available from amazon.com
  4. 4. 2013 Pan American Allergy Society Training Course Registration: Wednesday, March 20, 6:00-7:00 p.m. • Thursday, March 21, 7:00 a.m. • Registration Desk An asterisk(*) indicates that in accordance with the ACCME Standards for Commercial Support and the policy of the Pan American Allergy Society, individual prese a relationship with a commercial entity in which the content of their presentation, could be perceived as a real or apparent conflict of interest (e.g., ownership of sto that it will influence their presentations. Each speaker and/or content contributor has been requested to complete a disclosure form and each presenter is listed in is listed with the faculty in the program to this CME Activity. No asterisk(*) reflects that the presenter has no relationship with any commercial entity and that he/s contributor refused to provide a Disclosure Form. PART 1 - ALL DAY PART 2 -ALL DAY Thursday, March 21, 2013: Friday, March 22, 2013: “DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF INHALANT ALLERGY” “A MODEL FOR AN ALLERGY PROGRAM FOR PRIMARY &INTRODUCTION: The techniques you will learn at this session will not only provide the SPECIALTY CLINICS USING MULTIPLE ALLERGEN APPLICATORS”participant basic education in quantitative skin testing but will also provide an essentialfoundation for learning other scientifically validated methods for the diagnosis and treatment Faculty: Harold H. Hedges, M.D.,* Jay Gruhlkey, M.D.,* of allergy and sensitivity disorders. Presentations on Friday, March 23 “A Model for an AllergyProgram for Primary & Specialty Clinics Using Multiple Allergen Applicators”, “Treatment of Kathi Livingston, R.N., B.S.N.,* & John O. Wycoff, D.O.*Allergy Using Modified Quantitative Testing (MQT) and “Sublingual Inhalant Immunotherapy” 8:00 a.m. ALLERGIC, NON-ALLERGIC & MIXED RHINITISare examples of fullfilling our Mission Statement to “improve the knowledge, competence, Harold H. Hedges, M.D.*strategies and performance-in-practice resulting in optimal patient care.” It is our goal thatyou will be able to easily incorporate the science and techniques you have learned in to your 8:45 ALLERGY SCREENING & ALLERGY TESTNGpractice when you return to your office. Jay Gruhlkey, M.D.*Director: David P. Sheridan, M.D.* 10:00 BreakPhysician Edwyn L. Boyd, M.D.,* Harold H. Hedges, M.D.,* Richard G. 10:30 MAKING IMMUNOTHERAPY SETS FROM MULTITEST/RAST Faculty: Jaeckle, M.D.,* Howard J. Lang, D.O.* & David P. Sheridan, M.D.* Harold H. Hedges, M.D.*Nurse Dorothy Basse, R.N., Pam Lowry, R.N.,* Maureen McInerney,Faculty: R.N., B.S.N., Sherry Welge, R.N., B.S.N., & Sandy Wilson, A.T. 11:00 PEARLS FROM AN ALLERGY NURSE ABOUT HER ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES Other Kathi Livingston, R.N., B.S.N.*Faculty: Ronald L. Parker, P.A. 11:30 Lunch - on your own 7:00 a.m. Breakfast - Compliments of P.A.A.S. 1:00 p.m. IMMUNOTHERAPY PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS 7:50 SCOPE OF THE TRAINING COURSE John O. Wycoff, D.O.* David P. Sheridan, M.D.* 8:00 ALLERGY SYMPTOM PATTERNS IN HISTORY TAKING 1:45 adverse food reactions/elimination diet Edwyn L. Boyd, M.D.* Harold H. Hedges, M.D.* 8:30 CLINICAL PHYSICAL SIGNS OF ALLERGY 2:15 case studies/questions and answers Edwyn L. Boyd M.D.* Harold H. Hedges, M.D., Jay Gruhlkey, M.D. & John Wycoff, D.O.* 9:00 QUANTITATIVE SKIN TESTING-NORMAL & ABNORMAL WHEALING RESPONSE 2:30 MODIFIED QUANTITATIVE TESTING (MQT) Edwyn L. Boyd, M.D.* Pam Lowry, R.N.* 9:30 QUANTITATIVE SKIN TESTING-SAFETY SCREEN AND 3:00 Break ENDPOINT CONFIRMATION Edwyn L. Boyd, M.D.* “SUBLINGUAL INHALANT IMMUNOTHERAPY (SLIT)10:00 Break 3:30 P.M. - 5:30 P.M.10:30 SELECTION OF ANTIGENS: POLLENS, DUSTS & MOLDS David P. Sheridan, M.D.* Faculty: Neal L. Rogers, M.D.* & Diego Saporta, M.D.* With the techniques you learn at this presentation, you should be able11:00 ALLERGEN DOSE COMPOUNDING to diagnose and treat allergies using sublingual therapy. Experience in Harold J. Lang, D.O.* intradermal testing and attendance at this course will enable you to immediately incorporate this cutting-edge science into your practice when you return to your11:30 Lunch - on your own office. Because the Pan American Allergy Society integrates several types1:00 p.m. PRACTICUM: QUANTITATIVE SKIN TESTING FOR of allergy testing, this activity should enable you to safely treat many types of INHALANT AEROALLERGENS allergic disorders you could not treat with shots. No doubt your patients will Richard G. Jaeckle, M.D.,* Physician & Nurse Faculties greatly appreciate your attendance at this course. 3:00 Break 3:30 SUBLIGUAL THERAPY FOR INHALANTS - HOW I DO IT 3.30 ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS IN ALLERGY THERAPY Neal L. Rogers, M.D.* Richard G. Jaeckle, M.D.* 4:00 MULTIPLE ANTIGEN THRESHOLD DOSING BASED ON 4:00 IN VITRO ALLERGY TESTING SKIN TESTING Harold H. Hedges, M.D.* Neal L. Rogers, M.D.* 4:30 MEDICAL TREATMENT & EMERGENCY PROCEDURES 4:30 MULTIPLE ANTIGEN TREATMENT BASED ON IN VITRO David P. Sheridan, M.D.* TESTING 5:00 HOW TO INCORPORATE ALLERGY IN YOUR PRACTICE Neal L. Rogers, M.D.* Harold H. Hedges, M.D.* 5:00 SLIT ADVERSE EVENTS: MANAGEMENT & OUTCOME 5:30 Adjourn Diego Saporta, M.D.* 6:00 PRESIDENT’S WELCOME RECEPTION-TRINITY FOYER 5:30 Adjourn SEE INVITATION
  5. 5. Concurrent Sessions 2013 Pan American Allergy Society Seminarenters and/or CME/Program Committee Members have reported that they have ock or honoraria or consulting fees - within last 12 months) but do not considern the program, activity syllabus and daily evaluations. Each content contributorshe has disclosed that he/she has nothing to disclose. No presenter or contact PART 3 - ALL DAY PART 4 - ALL DAY Friday, March 22, 2013: Saturday, March 23, 2013: These sessions are scheduled at the same time as sessions Moderator: Nolan D. Shipman, M.D. scheduled for Part 2. Please choose which part you wish to attend. Please call Ann Brey if you have questions. 7:00 a.m. Breakfast “DIAGNOSIS AND TREAMENT OF FOOD ALLERGY” 7:55 SCOPE OF THE SEMINAR 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Nolan D. Shipman, M.D.* “HORMONE BALANCE & THE ALLERGIC INDIVIDUAL” 4:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. 8:00 OBESITY AND ALLERGY - THE ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM Harold H. Hedges, M.D.* Director: Richard Jaeckle, M.D.* 8:30 DROPPING ACID - NEW WAYS TO EVALUATE AND Physician Brian J. Hasslinger, M.D.,* Richard Jaeckle, M.D.,* TREAT ACID REFLUX DISEASE Faculty: Neal Rogers, M.D.,* & Diego Saporta, M.D.* Gregory P. Hyde, M.D., Ph.D. Other Faculty: Joann Haley, A.T. 9:00 GLUTEN AND GLUTEN-RELATED DISORDERS John O Wycoff, D.O.* 7:00 a.m. Breakfast - Compliments of P.A.A.S. 9:30 CHEMICALS PRODUCED FROM GASTROINTESTINAL 8:00 SIGNS & SMPTOMS OF FOOD ALLERGY CLOSTRIDIA BACTERIA Neal Rogers, M.D.* William Shaw, Ph.D.* 8:30 CYCLIC NATURE OF FOOD ALLERGY Neal Rogers, M.D.* 10:00 Break 9:00 CHALLENGE FEEDING TEST; ROTARY & ELIMINATION 10:30 CYTOKINES HIDDEN IN OUR TESTING DIETS Richard G. Jaeckle, M.D.* Neal Rogers, M.D.* 10:00 Break 11:00 SOUND NUTRITION FOR THE ALLERGIC PATIENT Howard Lang, D.O.* 10:30 PALEOLITHIC NUTRITION & THE ALLERGIC PATIENT Brian J. Hasslinger, M.D.* 11 :30 Lunch - on your own 11:00 PRINCIPLES OF SET VS. PROVOCATIVE PAAS members are invited to attend the 2013 General Membership NEUTRALIZATION TESTING Meeting in the classroom. Order sandwiches at Registration Desk at Diego Saporta, M.D.* 10:00 a.m. break. 11:15 METHODOLOGY OF PROVOCATIVE NEUTRALIZATION TESTING SATURDAY (MARCH 23) AFTERNOON SESSION: Diego Saporta, M.D.* Moderator: David P. Sheridan, M.D.* 11:30 Lunch - on your own 1:00 p.m. INSECT VENOM ALLERGY 1:00 p.m. DEMONSTRATION - INTRACUTANEOUS Jenny L. Cross, M.D. PROVOCATIVE FOOD TEST Richard G.Jaeckle, M.D.,* & Joann Haley, A.T. 1:30 ADRENAL FATIGUE AS IT RELATES TO THYROID STATUS 2:30 SUBLINGUAL TREATMENT OF FOOD ALLERGY Brian Hasslinger, M.D.* David P. Sheridan, M.D.* 3:00 Break 2:00 AIR AND BREATH ANALYSIS IN THE ENVIRONMENTALLY SENSITIVE PATIENT 3:30 food contaminants William J. Rea, M.D.* Richard G. Jaeckle, M.D.* 2:30 THE NASAL CYTOGRAM TECHNIQUE HORMONE BALANCE & THE ALLERGIC INDIVIDUAL Andrew M. Brown, M.D. Faculty: Steven F. Hotze, M.D.,* & David P. Sheridan, M.D.* 4:00 STRUCTURE & FUNCTION OF ESTROGEN, PROGESTERONE, 3:00 Break TESTOSTERONE & THYROID HORMONES David P. Sheridan, M.D.* 3:30 DAILY ETHICS IN HEALTHCARE NORMAL PHYSIOLOGY OF THE MENSTRUAL CYCLE Roberta Tremper, MSN, RN, ACNS-BC, CNOR, RNFA, DNP David P. Sheridan, M.D.* 4:30 QUESTION & ANSWER SIGNS & SYMPTOMS OF HORMONE IMBALANCE Panel Discussion - Saturday Speakers Steven F. Hotze, M.D.* A BALANCED APPROACH TO BIO-IDENTICAL HORMONE 5:00 PANEL DISCUSSION - “PRACTICE GAPS” THERAPY CME/Program Committee and Attendee Audience Steven F. Hotze, M.D.* 5:30 Adjourn 5:30 Ajourn
  6. 6. P.A.A.S. NOTICE OF P.A.A.S.OFFICERS & DIRECTORS GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING PRESIDENT The 2013 General Membership Meeting of the Pan Nolan D. Shipman, M.D. American Allergy Society will be held Saturday, PRESIDENT-ELECT March 23, 2013 at 11:30 a.m. in the classroom Jay L. Gruhlkey, M.D. at Marriott Dallas/Plano at Legacy Town Center, VICE PRESIDENT Plano, TX. Important business of the society will be Diego Saporta, M.D. discussed, and all members are urged to attend. A sandwich buffet will be provided for those who SECRETARY-TREASURER sign up at the registration desk, no later than Howard J. Lang, D.O. 10:00 am on Saturday, March 23. IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT John O. Wycoff, D.O. CME/PROGRAM CHAIRMAN David P. Sheridan, M.D. EXHIBITORS TO DIRECTORS 2012-2013 John H. Boyles, Jr., M.D. P.A.A.S. PROGRAMS Jenny L. Cross, M.D. Dana B. Gibbs, M.D. Allergy Laboratories Environmental Health Brian J. Hasslinger, M.D. Harold H. Hedges, M.D. Alletess Medical Center -Dallas Richard G. Jaeckle, M.D. Jason Peet, M.D. Laboratories E.L. Foust Co. William J. Rea, M.D. Allergychoices The Great Plains Laboratory Neal L. Rogers, M.D. Antigen Laboratories NuMedica Bio-Tech Pharmacal Serolab College Pharmacy Sunovion Pharmaceuticals Complementary Teva Respiratory Prescriptions Thermo Fisher Scientific You are invited to attend the Cyrex Laboratories Ultraviolet Pure President’s Welcome Reception Edge Pharmaceuticals US BioTek Laboratories Thursday, March 21 5:30- 7:00 pm GRANT SUPPORT FOR Trinity Foyer 2012-2013 P.A.A.S. PROGRAMSPlease join us at the end of the class day to enjoya Wine & Cheese Reception in your honor. Allergy Laboratories Hotze Health & Wellness Meet Nolan D.Shipman,M.D., P.A.A.S. Allergychoices CenterPresident, officers, directors, faculty members and Antigen Laboratories Lincoln Diagnosticsexhibitors as well as reconnect with old friends andmake new acquaintances. Bio-Tech Pharmacal Serolab Come as you are! Greer Labs US BioTek Laboratories Sponsored by Hotze Health & Wellness Center
  7. 7. P.A.A.S. 2013 PROGRAM REGISTRATION Mail or Fax to: Pan American Allergy Society, 1317 Wooded Knoll, San Antonio, TX 78258; Fax 210-495-9852 Are you a P.A.A.S. member? Use “Member” rate for you and your personnel. Would you like to join P.A.A.S. to take advantage of “Member Rate”? If YES, add $350 to total and request a membership application below.PHYSICIAN/MEMBER: _______________________________________PHONE (_____)___________________ADDRESS_________________________________________________________________________________ Street City State ZipVISA____ MASTERCARD____ DISCOVER____ AMERICAN EXPRESS _____ CHECK _____Credit Card No.________________________________________________ Expiration Date___________ Security Code _____________ DO NOT SIGN UP FOR BOTH PARTS 2 & 3 BOTH ARE FULL DAYS - HALF DAYS OF EACH ARE WELCOME AT ONE HALF DAILY RATE PART 1 PART 2 PART 3 PART 4 All Day MULTIPLE ANTIGEN FOODS & All Day INHALANTS APPLICATORS; MQT; SLIT HORMONES SEMINAR Thursday – 7 hrs Friday – 7 hrs Friday – 7 hrs Saturday - 7 hrs March 21 March 22 March 22 March 23 $280 member $280 member $280 member $280 member $420 non-member $420 non-member $420 non-member $420 non-memberPlease register me and/or the following staff members from my office: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 TotalPlease print:Name/Degree: ____________________________________________________________________________ $________ $________ $________ $________ $________Name/Degree: ____________________________________________________________________________ $________ $________ $________ $________ $________Name/Degree: ____________________________________________________________________________ $________ $________ $________ $________ $________Name/Degree: ____________________________________________________________________________ $________ $________ $________ $________ $________Name/Degree: ____________________________________________________________________________ $________ $________ $________ $________ $________** IMPORTANT: Certificates of Attendance will be mailed to the “Physician/ SUBTOTAL…………………………………...... $________Member” address provided above. Subtract 10% if registering 3 or more staff members …………………………….. - $________ Please send P.A.A.S. Membership Application_____ Add $350* (New) Physician Member dues if joining P.A.A.S…………+ $________ *non-physicians: $175.00 TOTAL ENCLOSED……………… $________
  8. 8. Pan American Allergy Society NON-PROFIT U.S. Postage1317 Wooded Knoll PAID Permit No. 6450San Antonio, TX 78258 San Antonio, TX