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Postgraduate Courses, Workshops, and SymposiaSome postgraduate courses, workshops and symposia run concurrently.Please che...
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33rd Annual Meeting - The Pregnancy Meeting (Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine SMFM2013)

  1. 1. Society for Maternal Fetal-Medicine 33rd Annual Meeting – The Pregnancy Meeting™ February 11 – 16, 2013 Hilton San Francisco Union Square San Francisco, CA Postgraduate Courses Scientific and Clinical MeetingSupported by an unrestricted educationalgrant from the March of Dimes Industry Exhibits 2013 Program Committee Donna Johnson, MD, Program Chair William Grobman, MD, Poster Chair Andrew Helfgott, MD, Postgraduate Course Chair Sean Blackwell, MD, Scientific Forums Chair Thomas Musci, MD, Local Arrangements ChairRegister online at
  2. 2. Postgraduate Courses, Workshops, and SymposiaSome postgraduate courses, workshops and symposia run concurrently.Please check your schedule to make sure you do not choose conflicting options.Monday, February 11 8:15–8:30am ABOG Response Larry Gilstrap, MD1. Clinical Applications of Fetal Echocardiography 8:30–9:10am Obstetric Hemorrhage and Transfusion Course Directors: Jude Crino, MD and James Huhta, MD Edward R. Yeomans, MDLearning Objectives 9:10–9:50am Causes and Consequences of Cerebrovascular• Review the indications for fetal echocardiography and criteria for proper Complications Due to Preeclampsia coding and billing Gerda Zeeman, MD• Demonstrate the proper technique for fetal cardiovascular imaging 9:50–10:00am Q&A • Discuss the imaging features of and management strategies for various forms of fetal congenital heart disease 10:00–10:30am Break • Understand the effect of maternal and placental conditions on the fetal 10:30–11:10am Life-Threatening Post-Cesarean Infections cardiovascular system William Barth, MDCourse Schedule: 11:10–11:50am ARDS and Pregnancy 8:00–8:05am Welcome and Introduction Lauren Plante, MD Jude Crino, MD and James Huhta, MD 11:50am–12:00pm Q&A 8:05–8:35am Indications, Coding, and Billing 12:00–1:00pm Lunch Andrew Helfgott, MD, MHA 1:00–1:50pm Management of Severe Hypertension 8:35–9:05am Epidemiology, Genetics, and Counseling Gerda Zeeman, MD Jude Crino, MD 1:50–2:40pm HIV in Pregnancy 9:05–10:00am Imaging Technique and Live Demonstration Andrew Helfgott, MD Julia Solomon, MD 2:40–3:00pm Q&A 10:00–10:30am Break 3:00–3:30pm Break 10:30–11:00am Diagnosis, Management, and Outcome of Conotruncal Anomalies 3:30–4:10pm Role of the MFM in Complicated Deliveries Julia Solomon, MD Edward R. Yeomans, MD11:00–11:30am Diagnosis, Management, and Outcome of 4:10–4:50pm Management of Occiput Posterior Complex Cardiac Anomalies William Barth, MD James Huhta, MD 4:50–5:00pm Q&A11:30–11:45am Fetal Echocardiography Guidelines and Accreditation: 3. What’s a Woman to Do: Assessing the Pregnant A National Perspective Alfred Abuhamad, MD Cervix in 2013 Course Directors: Vincenzo Berghella, MD and Helen Feltovich, MD11:45am–12:00pm Q&A Faculty Learning Objectives • Review history and method of cervical length measurement for preterm12:00–1:00pm Lunch birth prediction1:00–1:30pm Fetal Arrhythmias • Understand emerging methods of quantitative cervical assessment Bettina Cuneo, MD • Evaluate indications for and against universal screening with transvaginal1:30–2:00pm Timing and Mode of Delivery in Fetal Congenital cervical length Heart Disease • Evaluate the efficacy of vaginal progesterone, cerclage, and pessary as Jude Crino, MD interventions for short TVU CL in pregnancy2:00–2:30pm Considerations on the Management of the Preterm Fetus with • Assess the efficacy of cervical tests alternatives to TVU CL as screening Congenital Heart Disease tests for preterm birth James Huhta, MD Course Schedule:2:30–3:00pm Maternal, Placental, and Non-cardiac Fetal Conditions 8:00–8:10am Welcome/introduction Affecting the Fetal Cardiovascular System Vincenzo Berghella, MD Bettina Cuneo, MD 8:10–8:30am Preterm birth is a heterogeneous phenotype 3:00–3:30pm Break Sean Esplin, MD3:30–4:00pm Fetal Echocardiography: 15 Pearls in 30 Minutes 8:30–9:00am Cervical assessment: technique and prediction Alfred Abuhamad, MD Jay Iams, MD4:00–4:30pm Point/Counterpoint: Intervention for Fetal Congenital Heart 9:00–10:00am Current treatment options for the short cervix Disease 9:00–9:15 Cerclage (Berghella) Jude Crino, MD and James Huhta, MD 9:15–9:30 Vaginal progesterone (Baxter)4:30–5:00pm Interesting Cases and Q&A 9:30–9:45 Pessary (Carreras) Faculty 9:45–10:00 Questions and Discussion2. Putting the “M” Back in Maternal-Fetal Medicine (Audience and Faculty)Course Directors: Ed Yeomans, MD and Gerda Zeeman, MD Vincenzo Berghella, MD; Jason Baxter, MDLearning Objectives Elena Carreras, MDAt the conclusion of this postgraduate course, participants will be better 10:00–10:30am Break equipped to: 10:30–11:00am Cervical assessment: Clinical use • Manage severe hypertension and the most frequent causes of obstetrical Vincenzo Berghella, MD hemorrhage 11:00–11:15am Basic concepts of cervical remodeling in pregnancy• Manage life-threatening post-cesarean infections and ARDS Helen Feltovich, MD• Develop a plan of care for HIV-infected pregnant women 11:15–11:45am Emerging methods of cervical assessment:• Describe the role of the MFM in complicated deliveries and persistent quantitative methods occiput posterior in labor and delivery Timothy Hall, MDCourse Schedule: 11:45am–12:00pm Questions and Discussion 8:00–8:15am Framing the Problem Vincenzo Berghella, MD; Helen Feltovich, MD Mary D’Alton, MD Timothy Hall, MD2 | The Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine n
  3. 3. 12:00–1:00pm Lunch Tuesday, February 121:00–1:30pm Emerging methods of cervical assessment: semi-quantitative methods 5. NICHD/SMFM/ACOG/AAP Workshop – Periviable Birth Helen Feltovich, MD Tuesday Session 12:00pm–6:00pm1:30–2:00pm Cervical engineering: model systems and (cont. Wednesday 8:00am–2:45pm) treatment potential A workshop co-sponsored by the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine, the Michael House, MD American College of Obstetricians and Gynecology, the American Academy of2:00–2:10pm Questions and Discussion Pediatrics and the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute for Child Health Helen Feltovich, MD; Michael House, MD and Human Development (Registration limited. Attendees are responsible for2:10–3:00pm Debate: universal cervical length screening their meals.) 2:10–2:20 Audience response 6. Ultrasound Controversies: Many Shades of Gray 2:20–2:35 Pro (Esplin) Course Directors: Isabelle Wilkins, MD and Karin Fuchs, MD 2:35–2:50 Con (Saade) Learning Objectives 2:50–3:00 Questions and Discussion • Review the technique and utility of arterial and venous Doppler for various Helen Feltovich, MD; George Saade, MD conditions Sean Esplin, MD • Describe modification of aneuploidy risk estimates using the Genetic3:00–3:30pm Break Sonogram3:30–4:45pm Controversies: using the evidence for your ‘unique’ patient • Summarize the outcomes of reduced twin gestations 3:30–3:45 Prior PTB: Progesterone or CL monitoring • Identify the elements of an adequate cervical ultrasound exam or both (Baxter) • List situations where 3D ultrasound adds useful information 3:45–4:00 Twins with prior sPTB (House) • Determine when to code for a basic versus targeted ultrasound 4:00–4:15 Short CL: when do I consider pessary? Course Schedule: (Berghella) 8:00–8:15am Introduction Isabelle Wilkins, MD and Karin Fuchs, MD 4:15–4:30 Should you use CL in patients symptomatic with PTL? (Iams) 8:15–8:55am Beyond the Basics of Fetal Doppler Ahmet Baschat, MD 4:30–4:35 Audience response 8:55–9:35am Role of Doppler in Management of IUGR 4:35–4:45 Questions and Discussion Henry Galan, MD Jason Baxter, MD; Michael House, MD; 9:35–10:00am Q&A Vincenzo Berghella, MD; Jay Iams, MD Faculty4:45–5:00pm Closing comments: the future of cervical assessment Helen Feltovich, MD 10:00–10:30am Break 10:30–11:10am Role of US in Twin Gestations 4. Debate on Research Funding for the Young Lauren Ferrara, MD and the Restless 11:10–11:40am Debate: Should everyone have first trimester uterineCourse Directors: Suneet Chauhan, MD and JoNell Potter, PhD artery Doppler? Learning Objectives Ahmet Baschat, MD vs. Henry Galan, MD• Debate the merits of obtaining external research funding 11:40am–12:00pm Discussion / Q&A • Provide simple steps to enhance success for extramural funding and how to Faculty become a successful young investigator 12:00–1:00pm Lunch • Review trends in NIH support 1:00–1:45pm Cervical Length: Tips and Tricks • Provide “tips”on how to build and maintain a clinical research program Isabelle Wilkins, MDCourse Schedule: 1:45–2:30pm Role of the Genetic Sonogram after 1st Trimester Screening 8:00–8:15am Introductory Remarks Karin Fuchs, MD Suneet Chauhan, MD 2:30–3:00pm Q&A 8:15–9:00am Grants: Oh the Joy! Faculty Kjersti Aagaard, MD 3:00–3:30pm Break 9:00–9:45am Grants: Oh the Horror! 3:30–4:10pm Three Dimensional Ultrasound for the Maternal-Fetal Suneet Chauhan, MD Medicine Practice 9:45–10:00am Questions & Answers Alfred Abuhamad, MD JoNell Potter, PhD 4:10–4:40pm Debate: When is a Level I a Level II? 10:00–10:30am Break Isabelle Wilkins, MD vs. Andrew Helfgott, MD10:30–10:50am 5 Best Funded Obstetrical Publications In Last 50 Years 4:40–5:00pm Discussion / Q&A George Macones, MD10:50–11:20am 5 Best Non-Funded Obstetrical Publications In Last 50 Years 7. Fetal Therapy: Debates and Details Anthony Vintzileos, MD Course Directors: Nancy Chescheir, MD and Tony Johnson, DO11:20–11:50am Grant Writing 101 Learning Objectives Alison Cahill, MD At the conclusion of this postgraduate course, participants will have an12:00–1:00pm Lunch overview of: 1:00–1:45pm Review of Trends in NIH Support- How to be a • Preoperative evaluation, intraoperative effort and maternal comorbidities Successful Young Investigator associated with fetal surgery Uma Reddy, MD • Controversies in the evaluation and management of selective fetal disorders1:45–2:30pm Risk and Reward in the Era of Big Team Science including Kjersti Aagaard, MD a. Twin-twin transfusion syndrome2:30–3:00pm Questions & Answers b. Selective growth restriction in monochorionic multifetal Suneet Chauhan, MD pregnancies c. Diaphragm hernia3:00–3:30pm Break d. Lower urinary tract obstruction3:30–4:00pm The Nuts & Bolts of Building & Sustaining a Clinical • The expanding role of stem cell therapy and bioengineering as it pertains Research Program to in utero treatment of selective metabolic disorders and fetal/neonatal JoNell Potter, PhD malformations.4:00–4:30pm Words of Wisdom for the Young and Restless Course Schedule: George Macones, MD 8:00–8:15am Introduction 4:30–5:00pm Panel Discussion – Questions & Answers Nancy Chescheir, MD All Faculty The Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine n | 3
  4. 4. Tuesday, February 12, continued 11:30am–1:00pm Lunch 1:00–1:30pm Very Advanced Maternal Age – Maternal and8:15–8:45am History of Fetal Intervention: Setting the Stage Obstetric Risks Tony Johnson, DO Bryan Oshiro, MD8:45–9:15am “It takes a village”—What are the components of a fetal therapy 1:30–2:15pm Climbing Cesarean Delivery Rates and program? Maternal Morbidity Robert Ball, MD Robert Silver, MD9:15–9:45am Maternal Health Issues: Risk factors, comorbidities, obesity, 2:15–2:30pm Questions fibroids, diabetics, pulmonary problems, future pregnancy Bryan Oshiro, MD and Robert Silver, MD Mounira Habli, MD 2:30–2:45pm Break 9:45–10:30am Prenatal fetal assessment: Is MRI a necessary preoperative evaluation in all cases of structural malformations? Don’t need 2:45–3:15pm Maternal Implications of Fetal Intervention – it if the ultrasound is complete vs. Won’t go without regardless At what cost, success? of ultrasound findings Joan Mastrobattista, MD Nancy Chescheir, MD & Robert Ball, MD 3:15–3:45pm Delaying Delivery until 39 weeks: Maternal Consequences 10:30–11:00am Break Bryan Oshiro, MD11:00–11:20am Premature rupture of the membranes: Clinical issues including 3:45–4:30pm Panel/Questions preventive strategies, incidence. Faculty Jan Deprest, MD, PhD 9. Hands-On MFM Simulation11:20am–12:00pm Debate: Lower Urinary Tract Obstruction: Do we know who to Course Directors: Shad Deering, MD, Brian Brost, MD and Dena Goffman, MD treat and should we? Yes or No Learning Objectives Mark Johnson vs. Mark Kilby • Describe techniques and review templates for how to implement simulation12:00–1:00pm Lunch and Webcast: TTTS Laser as part of a comprehensive patient safety program in maternal-fetal1:00–1:40pm Debate: TTTS Staging should include cardiac assessment: medicine and obstetrics. Yes or No • Discuss and perform simulated obstetric emergencies including but Anita Moon-Grady, MD & David Stamilio, MD not limited to maternal cardiopulmonary arrest, eclampsia, and MFM1:40–2:30pm Debate: Selective IUGR in monochorionic multifetal emergencies (thyroid storm, etc). pregnancies, Observation vs. In utero treatment • Discuss the development of simulation programs including those for Jena Miller, MD & Ramen Chmait, MD individuals, teams, obstetric emergencies, and maternal-fetal medicine2:30–2:50pm Discordant fetal malformation in monochorionic multifetal specific procedures. pregnancies • Review proper technique for MFM-specific procedures including Anthony Johnson, DO amniocentesis, PUBS, CVS, and intraamniotic shunt placement on high-2:50–3:15pm Break fidelity simulators.3:15–3:55pm Debate: Diaphragmatic hernia in utero vs. Postnatal Course Schedule: treatment 8:00–8:15am Welcome, Introduction of Faculty, Review Learning Jan Deprest, MD, PhD vs. Alan Flake, MD Objective 3:55–4:15pm ONTD post MOMS Shad Deering, MD Catherine Spong, MD 8:15–9:00am Simulation and MFM - Review and Update 4:15–4:55pm Debate: Repair of meningomyelocele, post-MOMs Trail; Fetal Dena Goffman, MD surgery vs. Postnatal repair 9:00–9:45am OB Patient Safety and Simulation Mark Johnson, MD & R. Doug Wilson, MD Shad Deering, MD4:55–5:30pm End with Future: Stem cell, bioengineering 9:45–10:00am Break Alan Flake, MD 10:00–11:00am MFM/OB Emergency Simulations 5:30–5:40pm Closing comments Faculty Anthony Johnson, DO 11:00am–12:00pm MFM/OB Emergency Simulations Faculty8. Maternal Health: Shifting the Paradigm 12:00–1:00pm Lunch Course Directors: Manju Monga, MD and Carla Martinez, MD 1:00–2:45pm MFM Procedural Skills Simulators/Implementation of MFMLearning Objectives Simulation Curriculum • Outline assessment and management of women with cardiac disease or Faculty organ transplantation in pregnancy 2:45–3:00pm Break • Develop differential diagnosis for hepatic dysfunction in pregnancy 3:15–4:45pm MFM Procedural Skills Simulators/Implementation of MFM• Recognize maternal and obstetric implications of thrombophilia in Simulation Curriculum pregnancy Faculty• Identify risks associated with very advanced maternal age in pregnancy• Describe maternal implications of cesarean delivery, fetal intervention and 4:45–5:00pm Course Wrap-Up and Review delayed delivery FacultyCourse Schedule: 10. Gray (American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology)8:00–8:15am Welcome/Overview/Objectives and Green (Obstetrics and Gynecology) Journals Manju Monga, MD and Carla Martinez, MD Reviewer Course8:15–9:00am Maternal Cardiac Disease in Pregnancy Carla Martinez, MD 5:00 – 7:00pm9:00–9:30am Diagnostic Dilemma: Liver Dysfunction in Pregnancy Course Directors: Tom Garite, MD and Nancy Chescheir, MD Manju Monga, MD The leadership of the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology and9:30–9:45am Questions Obstetrics and Gynecology will give a brief course on reviewing manuscripts Manju Monga, MD and Carla Martinez, MD for the journals. This course in intended for new and mid-level reviewers and attendees need not already be reviewers.9:45–10:00am Break The course will include:10:00–10:45am Thrombophilia in Pregnancy – Much Ado about • The essence of reviewing Nothing? • What makes a good review Robert Silver, MD • What makes a good reviewer10:45–11:15am Pregnancy after Organ Transplantion – Beyond the Kidney • The value of reviewing to the individual and the specialty and ultimately the Joan Mastrobattista, MD patient11:15–11:30am Questions • Online mechanics of performing the review Robert Silver, MD and Mastrobattista, MD4 | The Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine n
  5. 5. Wednesday, February 13 13. Ethics in Perinatology: A Day of Dilemmas,11. Nuchal Translucency Credentialing Learning Objectives Discussion and DebateFaculty: Richard Berkowitz, MD; Mary D’Alton, MD; Course Director: Jeffrey Ecker, MDJames Goldberg, MD; Jean Lea Spitz, MPH Learning ObjectivesLearning Objectives • To consider and define ethical issues and principles surrounding the• Interpret the evidence that supports first trimester risk assessment process of delivery• Analyze criteria for acceptable nuchal translucency measurements • To consider the moral status of the fetus and how such considerations• Discuss and compare protocols for first and second trimester combined risk inform approaches to research and innovative care in pregnancy assessment • To examine ethical principles and legal precedent involved in court-ordered• Implement recommendations of the ACOG Practice Bulletin #77, titled interventions during pregnancy Screening for Fetal Chromosomal Anomalies in a variety of practice settings • To explore ethical dilemmas in prenatal diagnosis• Analyze the role of nasal bone imaging and other techniques in first Course Schedule: trimester risk assessment 8:00–8:05am Welcome and Introduction: Check Your Weapons but Not YourCourse Schedule: Arguments at the Door 8:00–8:20am Welcome to the NTQR Jeffrey Ecker, MD Jean Lea Spitz, MPH Topic I: What To Do About Delivery?: Moral8:20–9:00am Screening for Down Syndrome Dilemmas and the Process of Birth James Goldberg, MD 8:00–8:40am TOLAC and Home Birth: Two Peas in an Ethical Pod? 9:00–9:45am Technical Aspects of Nuchal Translucency Measurement Jeffrey Ecker, MD Richard Berkowitz, MD 8:40–9:15am Decisions at the Limits of Viability: Who Decides What? And9:45–10:00am Break When? 10:00–10:45am Combining 1st and 2nd Trimester Screening and Technical Ruth Farrell, MD Aspects of Nasal Bone Imaging 9:15–9:30am Questions and Debate: Topic 1 Mary D’Alton, MD Topic II: What Does an Ethicist Think of a10:45–11:15am Additional Benefits and Considerations Fetus? Richard Berkowitz, MD 9:30–10:00am Moral Status of a Fetus: Models and Dilemmas 11:15–11:45am The Importance of Quality Monitoring Howard Minkoff, MD Jean Lea Spitz, MPH 10:00–10:30am Break 11:45am–12:00pm Questions & Answers Faculty 10:30–10:50am Innovation and Research in Pregnancy: The Example of Maternal-Fetal Intervention 12. Debates: Substance Abuse: Every Clinician’s Problem Elena Gates, MDCourse Directors: Robert Andres, MD and Mona Prasad, DO, MPH 10:50–11:10am Court Ordered Interventions in Pregnancy: Good? Bad? Ugly?Learning Objectives Jennifer Dunn, JD• Review methamphetamine, opioid & prescription drug abuse among 11:10–11:30am Questions and Debate: Topic II pregnant women 11:30am–12:00pm Ask the Ethicists: Attendees are encouraged to bring cases• Provide an overview of smoking cessation programs that improve perinatal and ethical dilemmas for brief discussion by the faculty and outcome audience • Discuss the risks and benefits of methadone versus buprenorphine as Moderator: Jeffrey Ecker, MD treatment options during pregnancy 12:00pm–1:00pm Lunch • Review empirical research demonstrating efficacy of Contingency Management and other effective treatment modalities in abuse treatment Topic III: Prenatal Diagnosis: A Moral Morass? • Discuss recent advance in the field of fetal alcohol spectrum 1:00–1:35pm New Technologies, New challenges:  Disclosure, CounselingCourse Schedule: and Collaborative Decision-Making 8:00–8:05am Introductory Remarks Elena Gates, MD Robert Andres, MD 1:35–2:10pm Picking Pink or Blue: A Debate on Sex Selection8:05–8:45am Methamphetamine: More Questions than Answers Howard Minkoff, MD; Ruth Farrell, MD Alexandra Eller, MD 2:10–2:30pm Questions and Debate: Topic III8:45–9:15am National Trends in Prescription Drug Abuse 14. Prenatal Genetics: Out with the Old, In with the New Robert Andres, MD Course Directors: Anthony Gregg, MD and Brian Shaffer, MD9:15–10:00am Methadone versus buprenorphine during pregnancy: what are Learning Objectives the differences and does the obstetrician care? • Distinguish between disease specific and genome wide arrays and Marjorie Meyer, MD understand the pros and cons of each10:00–10:30am Break • Understand the clinical value of array CGH compared with the standard10:30–11:10am Controversies in Caring for Opioid Dependent karyotyping in the prenatal setting Pregnant Women • Develop and approach to counseling patients with array CGH results that Mona Prasad, DO, MPH includes variants of uncertain significance11:10–11:50am Common Questions in Caring for Opioid Dependent • Recognize the pros and cons of expanded carrier screening in the prenatal Pregnant Women setting Kristina Milan, MD, MSCI • Discuss the role of non-invasive prenatal diagnosis for aneuploiody11:50am–12:00pm Questions & Answers screening and how this technology changes the current paradigm Faculty Course Schedule:12:00–1:00pm Lunch 8:00–8:05am Introduction 1:00–1:40pm Smoking Cessation Programs: Evidence Based Anthony Gregg, MD and Brian Shaffer, MD Improvement in Perinatal Outcome 8:5–8:40am Microarray technology: a foundation Angela Stotts, PhD Ignatia Van den Veyver, MD1:40–2:00pm Strategies Used in Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Treatment 8:40–9:20am NIH trial - time to abort STD karyotype? to Encourage Positive Behavior Change Ron Wapner, MD JoNell Potter, PhD 9:20–9:40am Microarray cases and Bioinformatics 2:00–2:40pm Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders - How Broad is the Spectrum Anthony Gregg, MD and How Much Alcohol is Too Much? Cristina Chambers, PhD, MPH 9:40–10:00am Expanded carrier screening – why bother? Brian Shaffer, MD2:40–2:50pm Panel Discussion – Questions & Answers Faculty The Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine n | 5
  6. 6. Wednesday, February 13, continued 12:00–1:00pm Lunch MFM Full Service or Consultative Only. What Should I do?10:00–10:30am Break 1:00–1:20pm Full Service MFM-Everything to Everyone 10:30–10:50am Expanded carrier screening – why not? Andy Helfgott, MD, MPH Anthony Gregg, MD 1:20–1:40pm Consultative MFM Only: Wiser Use of Resources 10:50–11:30am NIPD technologies – Same horse different color? Brian Iriye, MD Ignatia Van den Veyver, MD 1:40–1:50pm Discussion11:30am–12:00pm NIPD – Enterprise, Data and Reports Questions and Answers Mary Norton, MD Audience Response 12:00–1:00pm Lunch Dan O’Keeffe, MD; Andy Helfgott, MD, MPH; Brian Iriye, MD1:00–1:20pm 1st trimester screening – gone but not forgotten Electronic Fetal Heart Rate Interpretation Ron Wapner, MD 1:50–2:20pm Category II FHR Tracings: This is Good for Nomenclature but1:20–1:50pm Putting it all together – clinical scenarios is it Good for Management? Brian Shaffer, MD Tom Garite, MD1:50–2:30pm Questions and Answers 2:20–2:40pm In Defense of the of the NICHD 3-Tier FHR Classification Panel System 15. Obstetrical Debates: Do As We Say and As We Do Sean Blackwell, MDCourse Director: Andrew W. Helfgott, MD, MHA 2:40–3:00pm DiscussionLearning Objectives Questions and Answers• Understand the changing maternal and neonatal risks by week of gestation Audience Response in term pregnancies. Andy Helfgott, MD, MPH; Tom Garite, MD; Sean Blackwell, MD• Compare induction of labor to the appropriate comparison group of expectant management in terms of maternal and neonatal outcomes Oral Presentations and Poster Sessions • Understand Recommendations behind Thyroid Screening In pregnancy A total of 86 oral presentations will be given during the Plenary Sessions and• Detail outcomes for routine thyroid screening versus sreening patients who the Concurrent Sessions. You will have the opportunity to view 750 poster are symptomatic presentations over the course of the five Poster Sessions.• Understand the Dilemas and Complications Associated with Delivery of Twins Scientific Forums• Delineate the risks for delivery of Twin Gestation Scientific Forums focus on scientific subject areas within the specialty, academic• Understand the Economics associated with the the practice of MFM areas immediately related to MFM, and the technologies that support MFM• Compare the Economies of Full Service MFM vs Consultative Practice practice. Meeting agendas are detailed on the SMFM web site at• Compare the Different Nomenclatures for Electronic Fetal Heart Rate Monitoring Wednesday, February 13, 3:00pm–various• Understand the Rationaled for NICHD Fetal Heart Rate Classification Critical Care Cornelia Graves, MD (2012-2013)Course Schedule: Diabetes Arnon Wiznitzer, MD (2012-2013)8:00–8:10am Introduction of Ground Rules Andy Helfgott, MD, MPH DoD MFM Network Linda Chan, MD (2012-2013) Optimal Time for Delivery: 39 Weeks Or Sooner Fetal Cardiology Wesley Lee, MD (2013-2014)8:10–8:30am No Baby Before 39 Weeks Brian Oshiro, MD Susan Tran, MD & Jeffrey Kuller, MD Genetics8:30–8:50am Wait Till 39 Weeks and It May be Too Late (2013-2014) Aaron Caughey, MD Tom Ivester, MD & Dotun Ogunyemi, MD8:50–9:05am Discussion Global Health (2012-2013) Questions and Answers Hypertension Douglas Woelkers, MD (2013-2014) Audience Response Helfgott, MD, MPH; Brian Oshiro, MD; Aaron Caughey, MD Infections and Inflammation Kim Fortner, MD (2013-2014) Thyroid Screening in Pregnancy in Pregnancy9:05–9:25am Routine Screening: Not Something you should do! International SPO Federico Mariona, MD Brian Casey MD Maternal-Fetal Surgery Ruben Quintero, MD (2012-2013)9:25– 9:45am Screen Them All: It Does Make a Difference Margarita de Veciana, MD Pregnancy as a Window to George Saade, MD (2011-2013)9:45–10am Discussion Future Health Questions and Answers  Preterm Labor James Kurtzman (2013-2014) Audience Response Andy Helfgott, MD, MPH; Brian Casey, MD; Alison Cahill, MD & Sindhu Srinivas, MD Perinatal Epidemiology Margarita de Veciana, MD (2013-2014)10–10:30am Break Research Support Michelle DiVito (2013-2014) Management of Twin Gestation: Simulation in Pregnancy Dena Goffman, MD (2013-2014) This is How We Do It 10:30–11am Twins Gestation: Really  This is How We Do It Jorge Tolosa, MD (2012-2013)/David Toxicology in Pregnancy Ed Yeomans, MD Stamillio (2014-2015)11:00–11:30am Twin Gestation: No This Is How We Do It Ultrasound Jodi Dashe, MD (2013-2014) Mary D’Alton, MD11:30–11:45am Discussion Thursday, February 14, 5:30 – 7:30pm Questions and Answers  Scientific Presentations of the Audience Response International Society of Perinatal Uwe Lang, MD - President Andy Helfgott, MD, MPH; Ed Yeomans, MD; Obstetricians Mary D’Alton, MD11:45am–12:00pm Wrap-up Andy Helfgott, MD, MPH and Faculty6 | The Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine n
  7. 7. On Friday night, from 6:30 – 7:00pm, the President’s Award Ceremony is anSpecial Focus Groups opportunity to welcome the SMFM’s newest Honorary Member, AchievementThursday, February 14, 11:30am–1:00pm Award recipient, Pregnancy Foundation/AAOGF Scholarship Award winner, andResearch Support Personnel Box Lunch Meeting, Michelle DiVito to cheer as the best oral and poster presentations (as judged through Friday)Topic are announced. The President’s Award Ceremony will immediately follow theTBD presentation by 2013 Honorary Member Dr. Michael Lu (5:45 – 6:30pm) and the second annual “Late-Breaking Research” presentations (5:15 – 5:45pm).Speaker: TBDDepartment of Defense (DoD) MFM Network, Linda Chan, MD ExhibitsTopic Located in Grand Ballroom B adjacent to the poster presentations, and the WestContemporary labor management- new insights and unanswered questions Lounge between the Yosemite registration area and the Continental ballrooms,Speaker: George Macones, MD, St. Louis, MO the Industry Exhibits are designed to inform attendees about commercially available products and services that are related to maternal–fetal medicine. TheMeeting Location and Accomodations SMFM values the educational contribution made by our Industry Exhibitors andHilton San Francisco Union Square encourages you to attend this important part of the meeting.Toll Free Reservations: 1 800-HILTONS Exhibit Days, Dates and Times333 O’Farrell Street Wednesday, February 13, 2013San Francisco, CA, United States 94102 6:00pm–8:00pm (with Opening Reception)Telephone: 415-771-1400 Fax: 415-771-6807 Thursday, February 14, 10:00am–1:00pmLocated just off Union Square and the Cable Cars in the heart of the city’s 3:30pm–5:30pmrestaurant, theater, and shopping districts, you can enjoy the world-famous sites Friday, February 15, 2013of Union Square, Golden Gate Park and Chinatown. This San Francisco hotel 10:00am–1:00pmoffers a full-service spa, luxury and expert service and hospitality in the heart of 3:30pm–5:30pmthe city! Exhibits Open on Wednesday Evening!To receive the special group rate, reservations must be made by January 10, In 2013, the opening of the exhibits will be combined with Wednesday evening’s2013. Reservations, room cancellations, and any special arrangements must be Opening Reception in the Grand Ballroom. Once again for the 2013 exhibithandled directly with the hotel. When making your reservations, please state portion of the meeting is the Exhibit Passport Program where attendees receiveyou will be attending the SMFM 33rd Annual Meeting to insure you receive “passports” at registration and obtain an exhibitor stamp at each booth theythe special group rate. Reserve your room early – group rates are based upon visit. Once they obtain stamps from at least 20 different exhibitors, they canavailability. enter for prize drawings. Prize offerings include electronics, software, and meeting registrations. This is the only national meeting where you will haveNew Events the opportunity to see new services, equipment, and technologies especiallyMFM Fellowship Program Directors Retreat showcased for maternal-fetal medicine subspecialists.Tuesday, February 12, 7:30am – 6:00pmGoals: Meeting Cancellation Policy• To provide an overview of ABOG’s infrastructure, function, and requirements Written cancellations postmarked by January 18, 2013 will be refunded• To discuss approaches to improve academic and clinical training in MFM less a $75.00 processing fee. REFUNDS WILL NOT BE MADE FOR• To improve training in maternal medicine CANCELLATIONS RECEIVED AFTER THAT TIME. All refunds will be issued after the meeting.• To provide a forum to discuss administrative challenges and methods for streamlining Additional Information• To provide a forum to share ideas among program directors Registration fees for the Scientific Sessions include Continental breakfast andResidents Forum breaks. The Wednesday Evening Reception and Friday’s President’s AwardWednesday, February 13, 3:00 – 5:00pm Ceremony are open to you and your spouse/guest. Back by popular demandObjectives are the Luncheon Roundtables, featuring presentations by authorities in the• Increase understanding among residents about what MFM fellowships entail. specialty. Topics will cover current controversies and concerns in Maternal-Fetal• Encourage Ob/Gyn residents to apply for MFM fellowships. Medicine. Attendance at each session is limited, so pre-registration is essential.• Familiarize residents with the application process. The registration fee for the Roundtable Luncheons includes a box-lunch,Combined MFM/Genetics Fellows Breakfast beverage, handout, and the opportunity to hear some of the most respectedFriday, February 15, 7:00 – 8:00am names in MFM discuss today’s “hot button” issues.Social Events Electronic PostersAn Opening Reception combined with the opening of the Exhibits will be held Electronic posters will be available for viewing throughout the meeting in theon Wednesday, February 13, from 6:00 – 8:00pm, providing an opportunity for all Yosemite Foyer. Come by to see this addition to the SMFM Annual Meeting.attendees to meet and mingle informally over drinks and light hors d’ouevres.For the fourth year, there will be a silent auction to benefit the PregnancyFoundation! The Opening Reception is the place to be for all meeting attendees Register Online and Save!and we encourage attendees and exhibitors alike to participate in the SMFMFoundation’s silent auction. The Foundation is looking for donations such as Register Online and avoid late/onsite registration fees!jewelry, gift certificates, wine, electronics, art, memorabilia, tickets, appliances, Register online at Registering online isand other luxury items! Consider asking your suppliers or favorite local fast, easy, and secure. SMFM accepts Visa, MasterCardbusinesses to donate items. Last year generous donors contributed their time and American Express for online registration.and effort to making the silent auction a rousing success, and we are lookingforward to another wonderful year! To make a contribution to the silent auction,or if you have any questions, please contact Sarah Kyger at ReminderNew! The Pregnancy Foundation is hosting a 40th Anniversary Dinner If you are registering with the enclosed registration form, you must send acelebrating Dr. Edward Quilligan and the Founders of MFM. The dinner, separate form for each individual attending. To ensure your registrationwith live entertainment, will be held on Thursday, February 14 in the Imperial information is processed correctly please TYPE or PRINT LEGIBLY.Ballroom from 7:30pm – 10:30pm. Space is limited so buy your ticket now! You are encouraged to register in advance for all sessions. Space is limited inContact Sarah Kyger at 202-314-2307 or for ticket information. the postgraduate courses, workshops and symposia, special interest groups,On Thursday, February 14, from 6:30– 7:30pm, there will be a reception for MFM and luncheon roundtables and registration is on a first come, first serve basis. InFellows-in-training. This event is by invitation only and will immediately follow addition, those registering after January 18, 2013 pay an additional $150 for late/the Associate Member’s meeting which will be held from 6:00 – 6:30pm. onsite registration. The Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine n | 7
  8. 8. SMFM 33rd Annual Meeting-at-a-GlanceMonday, February 11 Periviable Birth NICHD/ Thursday, February 14 Friday, February 15 SMFM/ ACOG/AAP WorkshopREGISTRATION REGISTRATION REGISTRATION 12:00pm–6:00pm7:00am–10:00am 7:00am–5:00pm 7:00am–5:00pm Gray and Green JournalsNoon–5:00pm Continental Breakfast Members Forum with SMFM Reviewer CourseClinical Applications of Fetal 5:00pm–7:00pm 7:00am–7:45am Board and Committee ChairsEchocardiography Oral Plenary Session I with Continental Breakfast8:00am–5:00pm Wednesday, February 13 8:00am–10:00am 7:15am–8:00amPutting the “M” Back in REGISTRATION Poster Session I Oral Plenary Session IIMaternal-Fetal Medicine 7:00am–5:00pm 10:00am–Noon Fellows8:00am–5:00pm Periviable Birth & Exhibits 8:00am–10:00amWhat’s a Woman to Do: NICHD/SMFM/ 10:00am–1:00pm Poster Session IIIAssessing the Pregnant Cervix ACOG/AAP Workshop Research Support Personnel 10:00am–Noonin 2013 8:00am–2:45pm Box Lunch Meeting & Exhibits8:00am–5:00pm Substance Abuse: Every 11:30am–1:00pm 10:00am–1:00pmDebate on Research Funding for Clinician’s Problem DoD MFM Network Luncheon Roundtablesthe Young and the Restless 8:00am–2:30pm Box Lunch Meeting 12:00pm – 1:00pm8:00am–5:00pm Ethics in Perinatology: A Day 11:30am–1:00pm Oral Concurrent Sessions 4, 5Tuesday, February 12 of Dilemmas, Discussion and Luncheon Roundtables and 6 Debate 12:00pm – 1:00pm 1:15pm–3:30pmREGISTRATION 8:00am–2:30pm Oral Concurrent Sessions I, 2 Poster Session IV and Exhibits7:00am–5:00pm 3:30pm–5:30pm Prenatal Genetics: Out with the and 3MFM Fellowship Program Old, In with the New 1:15pm–3:30pm Late Breaking ResearchDirectors Retreat 8:00am–2:30pm Presentations7:30am–6:00pm Poster Session II and Exhibits Obstetrical Debates: Do As We 3:30pm–5:30pm 5:15pm–5:45pmUltrasound Controversies: Say and As We Do Honorary Member PresentationMany Shades of Gray ISPO Scientific Presentations 8:00am–2:30pm 5:30pm–7:30pm 5:45pm–6:30pm8:00am–5:00pm Scientific Forums Fellows Forum President’s Awards CeremonyFetal Therapy: Debates and 6:30pm–7:00pm 3:00pm–various 5:30pm–6:00pmDetails8:00am–5:00pm Resident Forum Associate Members Meeting Saturday, February 16 3:00pm–5:00pm 6:00pm–6:30pmMaternal Health: Shifting the REGISTRATIONParadigm Program Directors Meeting Meet the Fellows Reception 7:00am–Noon8:00am–5:00pm 5:00pm–6:30pm Invitation only 6:30pm–7:30pm Oral Concurrent SessionsHands-On MFM Simulation Opening Reception 7 and 88:00am–5:00pm and Opening of Exhibits The Pregnancy Foundation’s 8:00am–10:00am 6:00pm–8:00pm 40th Anniversary MFM Quilligan Scholars Dinner Poster Session V Ticketed Event 10:00am–Noon 7:30pm–10:30pmFuture Meeting Dates34th Annual Meeting 36th Annual Meeting Society forThe Pregnancy Meeting™ The Pregnancy Meeting™ Maternal-Fetal MedicineFebruary 1 – 8, 2014 February 1 – 6, 2016 409 12th Street, SWHilton New Orleans Hilton Atlanta Washington, DC 20024New Orleans, LA Atlanta, GA www.SMFM.org35th Annual MeetingThe Pregnancy Meeting™February 2 – 7, 2015Hilton San Diego BayfrontSan Diego, CA