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  1. 1. 8 Annual Academic thSurgical CongressFebruary 5-7, 2013The Roosevelt New OrleansThe Waldorf Astoria CollectionNew Orleans, Louisiana ADVANCE PROGRAM Early Bird Registration Deadline: December 2, 2012 Pre-Registration & Housing Closes on January 21, 2013
  2. 2. FROM THE PRESIDENTSOn behalf of the AAS and SUS Executive Committees, we are excited to invite you to attend our 8th Annual AcademicSurgical Congress (ASC) to be held February 5-7, 2013 at the Hotel Roosevelt in historic New Orleans, Louisiana.2013 marks the eighth year that our societies have collaborated to bring the best educational, basic science, translational,global health, clinical, outcomes, and health services research conducted by faculty, residents and medical students today.2013 also marks the 75th anniversary year for the SUS and the 40th anniversary year for the AAS annual meetings. Underthe leadership of AAS Recorder, Dr. Julie Ann Sosa, and SUS Publications Chair, Dr. Joseph Woo, the AAS and SUS ProgramCommittees are offering up another innovative scientific program to our attendees.We are honored that Dr. Thomas Fogarty will be delivering the AAS Founders Lecture and that Dr. Peter Angelos will bepresenting the SUS Joel J. Roslyn Lecture. We are also excited to award Dr. Alden Harken the SUS Lifetime AchievementAward for 2012. New this year is a lectureship sponsored by the British Journal of Surgery to be given by Dr. Eefje de Vries onthe development, implementation and effects of a comprehensive surgical safety system. There will also be a new format forthe SUS and AAS Plenary Sessions. Each session has been developed by the respective President, and is devoted to a singletopic. They are entitled, “Generating Evidence for Evidence-based Practice” and “Publish or Perish: An Editor’s Point of View”for the SUS and AAS, respectively. New this year will be a medical student mentoring program. Also new this year, we willhave break out sessions geared to help trainees asking practical questions as they look for their first academic position.And, for the first time, the ASC will be offering maintenance of certification (MOC) to attendees.The Education Committees will hold a session on integrated training programs and the Issues Committees will hold a panelon how to develop, sustain and reward mentors in surgery. There will be a special Outcomes Panel Discussion on setting theagenda for surgical outcomes research over the next ten years. The AWS lunch session will highlight achieving goals throughstrategic partnerships and will give examples of real life success stories.For the fourth year in a row, the Hot Topic Symposia will be another highlight of the meeting. Spread over two days, the HotTopic Symposia will feature two sessions over each lunch hour. On Tuesday, we will focus on acute care surgery and surgicaloutcomes data and on Thursday, we will discuss bleeding in the operating room and global health and academic surgery.Of course, our meeting would not be complete without the inclusion of our colleagues from all over the world and we arepleased to welcome representatives from the European Society for Surgical Research, the Society of Academic and ResearchSurgery, the Surgical Research Society of Southern Africa, the Japan Surgical Society, the Surgical Research Society ofAustralasia, the Taiwan Surgical Association, the West African College of Surgeons, the Colombian Surgical Association, andthe Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and Younger Fellows.The combination of the amazing sessions, the special programs designed specifically for medical students and trainees, anda week full of opportunities to connect with colleagues in an exciting city will mark this meeting as the one not to miss.Please explore this Advance Program for further details regarding the ASC. We urge you to add the 2013 ASC dates to yourcalendar and to take advantage of the excellent educational and social activities that this year’s congress has to offer.We look forward to welcoming you to New Orleans next February! Melina R. Kibbe, MD, RVT George P. Yang, MD, PhD AAS President SUS President Associate Professor of Surgery, Associate Professor of Surgery, Edward G. Elcock Professor of Hagey Family Faculty Scholar; Surgical Research, Vice Chair of Stanford University School of Research, Department of Surgery, Medicine; Staff Physician, Palo Deputy Director, Institute for Alto VA Health Care System BioNanotechnology in Medicine, Northwestern University; Co-Chief, Peripheral Vascular Service, Director, Vascular Laboratory, Jesse Brown VA Medical CenterRegister on-line at:
  3. 3. General Information ASC MEETING CORE LEADERSHIP GROUP Association for Academic Surgery Society of University Surgeons PRESIDENT: Melina R. Kibbe, MD, RVT PRESIDENT: George P. Yang, MD, PhD PRESIDENT-ELECT: Lillian S. Kao, MD, MS PRESIDENT-ELECT: O. Joe Hines, MD SECRETARY: Justin B. Dimick, MD, MPH SECRETARY: Rebecca M. Minter, MD8th Annual Academic TREASURER: Timothy M. Pawlik, MD, MPH TREASURER: David J. Hackam, MD, PhDSurgical Congress RECORDER: Julie Ann Sosa, MD PUBLICATIONS CHAIR: Joseph Woo, MDFebruary 5-7, 2013 MISSION STATEMENTSRoosevelt New Orleans Hotel The Academic Surgical Congress is organized by the Association for Academic123 Baronne S. Surgery (AAS) and the Society of University Surgeons (SUS). Their respectiveNew Orleans, LA 70112 missions are as follows:PHONE: 504.648.1200 AAS: To stimulate young surgeons and surgical scientists to pursue careers inRESERVATIONS: academic surgery and support them in establishing themselves as investigators1.800.WALDORF (1.800.925.3673) and educators; to provide a forum for senior surgical residents, fellows and junior faculty members to present papers on subjects of clinical, laboratory orREGISTRATION CONTACT educational research; and to facilitate the development of young surgeons andAcademic Surgical Congress surgical scientists as investigators and educators.341 N. Maitland Ave., Suite 130 SUS: Our mission is to advance the art and science of surgery by (1) theMaitland, FL 32751Phone: 407.647.7714 encouragement of its members to pursue original investigations both in the clinicFax: 407.629.2502 and in the laboratory; (2) the development of methods of graduate teaching ofEMAIL: registration@ surgery with particular reference to the resident system; (3) free and interchange of ideas pertaining to the above subjects.TABLE OF CONTENTS ON-SITE REGISTRATION HOURS1 General Information Monday, February 4, 2013 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm2 Accreditation Tuesday, February 5, 2013 6:30 am – 6:30 pm3 Schedule-at-a-Glance Wednesday, February 6, 2013 6:30 am – 6:30 pm7 Post Congress Courses Thursday, February 7, 2013 7:00 am – 6:00 pm7 Hotel Information8 Exhibit Area EXHIBIT HOURS:8 Registration Information Tuesday, February 5, 20139 Registration Form 9:30 am – 4:00 pm and 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm Exhibits Open 9:30 am – 10:00 am Morning Break in Exhibit AreaConnect with the ASC online! 11:30 am – 1:00 pm Lunch in Exhibit Area 3:30 pm – 4:00 pm Afternoon Break in Exhibit Area 4:00 pm – 6:30 pm Exhibits Closed – Break for Exhibitors 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm ASC Entertainment Extravaganza and Dinner (Cocktails in the Exhibit Area at 6:30 pm, followed by dinner at 7:30 pm in the Waldorf Astoria Ballroom.)“Like” us on Facebook Wednesday, February 6, 9:30 am – 4:30 pm Exhibits OpenSurgical-Congress/189143501129275 9:30 am – 10:00 am Morning Break in Exhibit Area 4:00 pm – 4:30 pm Afternoon Break in Exhibit Area Thursday, February 7, 2013 9:30 am – 3:30 pm Exhibits Open 9:30 am – 10:00 am Morning Break in Exhibit AreaFollow us on Twitter 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm Lunch in Exhibit!/ASCongress 3:00 pm – 3:30 pm Afternoon Break in Exhibit AreaRegister on-line at: www.academicsurgicalcongress.org1
  4. 4. AccreditationEDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES DISCLOSURE PROCEDUREAfter participating in this educational activity, attendees It is the policy of The Society of University Surgeonswill be able to: (SUS) and CMI Education Institute, in accordance with the1. Identify important research and clinical advancements Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education relating to topics within academic surgery, including (ACCME), to ensure balance, independence, objectivity, oncology, trauma, critical care, pediatrics, vascular, and scientific rigor in all CME activities. Anyone engaged cardiothoracic, gastroenterology, transplant, education, in content development, planning or presentation emerging technologies, global surgery, clinical trials, must disclose all relevant financial relationships with outcomes, and health services research; a commercial interest producing health care goods or services; and who also has the opportunity to affect the2. Develop an understanding of current issues in the content of CME about the products or services of that advancement of the art and science of surgery; commercial interest. All presenters are also required3. Improve treatment strategies for surgical patients; to disclose any usage of investigational use or off-label products. Disclosure information will be provided to4. Discuss the latest basic science, translational, and participants prior to the meeting in the final program. health services research and the expected impact of these breakthroughs in future patient care;5. Review the newest technologies that facilitate improved ADA STATEMENT outcomes in surgical patients. In accordance with the ADA, the Academic Surgical Congress will accommodate requests for specials needsCME Accreditation made in advance of the meeting.This activity has been planned and implemented inaccordance with the Essential Areas and policies of the WHO SHOULD ATTEND?Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education ll Academic Surgeonsthrough the joint sponsorship of CMI Education Institute, ll Junior Faculty MembersInc. and Society of University Surgeons (SUS). CMI Education ll Senior Faculty MembersInstitute is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing ll Surgical Residents Fellowsmedical education for physicians. ll Academic CliniciansPart of the CME credits will be applicable towards fulfilling ll Surgical ScientistsPart 2 of the ABS Maintenance of Certification (MOC) ll Surgical EducatorsProgram. This applies to the following sessions: ll Medical Students • SUS Presidential Plenary • AAS Presidential Plenary • Outcomes Panel Discussion VISA Requests You may obtain a visa letter to attend the 2013 AcademicAMA PRA Designation Statement Surgical Congress by sending your contact details to the ASC Registrar at CMI Education Institute, Inc. designates this live Please include all of your contact details including your fulleducational activity for a maximum of 24 AMA PRA Category 1 name, mailing address, city, state/province and country soCredit(s)™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate that the letter may be properly prepared. Please note thatwith the extent of their participation in the activity. registration is required to attend this meeting. There are no discounts or waivers to the registration fees. To register online go to Pre-Registration closes on January 21, 2013, at 11:59 pm EDT.Register on-line at: www.academicsurgicalcongress.org2
  5. 5. Schedule-at-a-Glance *Faculty and titles subject to changeTUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 20136:30 am – 7:30 am AAS New Members Breakfast OR7:00 am – 7:30 am SUS Foundation Breakfast Hot Topic Session: “Acute Care Surgery – Now That7:30 am – 9:30 am Integrated Quick Shot Session I We’ve Built It, Will They Come, and Why Should They?” Moderator: Thomas Esposito, MD9:30 am – 10:00 am Morning Break in Exhibit Area ll Why was it built? Overview of the evolution of this10:00 am – 10:15 am Opening Comments new discipline. – Thomas Esposito, MD Melina R. Kibbe, MD, RVT, AAS President ll What is it? Overview of the Acute Care Surgery George P. Yang, MD, PhD, SUS President Fellowship Curriculum and status of fellowships nationally. – Thomas Esposito, MD10:15 am – 11:00 am SUS Presidential Address ll Who might consider it and why? Presentation of George P. Yang, MD, PhD results of published opinion surveys of residents and Associate Professor of Surgery, Hagey attendings on Acute Care Surgery Fellowships and Family Faculty Scholar, Stanford University other training issues. – Jamie Jones, MD School of Medicine, Staff Physician, Palo ll Why consider it and what can you do with it? Alto VA Health Care System Discussion of different practice models of Acute Introduction by O. Joe Hines, MD, SUS President-Elect Care Surgery and testimonials from those who have finished the Fellowship and are now practicing. –11:00 am – 11:30 am SUS Lifetime Achievement Award David Efron, MD Paula Ferrada, MD Alden Harken, MD At the end of the session, participants will be able to: University of California, San Francisco, 1. Be familiar with issues that led to the development of Professor of Surgery; Chief, UCSF-East Bay Acute Care Surgery and the argument for its need. Surgery Program; Chair, Department of 2. Be familiar with the current content of the Acute Surgery, Alameda County Medical Center; Care Surgery Fellowship curriculum and the status of Division of UCSF-East Bay Surgery Fellowships. Introduction by Gene Moore, MD 3. Be familiar with the opinions of current surgical residents and attendings on Acute Care Surgery.11:30 am – 1:00 pm Lunch in Exhibit Area 4. Be familiar with the current practice models of Acute OR Care Surgery and the benefits it offers as a career.11:30 am – 1:00 pm Issues Committee Session OR AAS/SUS Mentorship Program Hot Topic Session: “Surgical Outcomes Data: Moderators: Mark Cohen, MD Gregory Kennedy, MD The Next Frontier in Surgical Education” ll Current Status of Mentorship in Academic Surgery – Moderator: Rachel Kelz, MD Julie Margenthaler, MD ll The Academic Report Card: How Do We Measure Up ll Why Mentorship is Important for your Career – and How Do Residents Affect These Results? – Justin Herbert Chen, MD B. Dimick, MD, MPH ll How to Develop, Sustain and Reward Mentors in ll A Brave New World in Surgical Education: How Can Surgery – Tim Eberlein, MD Outcomes Data Help with the Core Competencies ll Facilitated Discussion of AAS/SUS Mentoring and the Milestones Project? – James Hebert, MD Program – Panel Discussion ll Building a Culture of Commitment: The Next ll Review of a Blueprint for AAS/SUS Mentoring Generation of Surgeons – Clifford Ko, MD Program – Mary Hawn, MD ll Let the Data Speak to Your Residents – Rachel Kelz, MD At the end of the session, participants will be able to: At the end of the session, participants will be able to: 1. Discuss the principles of developing and sustaining 1. Understand currently available data used to assess mentors. surgical quality. 2. Understand the importance to an institution of 2. Describe the state of patient care in academic rewarding mentors. centers considering issues related to surgical 3. Identify factors that make good mentors. education and resident participation. 4. Understand the importance of good mentors on your 3. Illustrate recent changes in accreditation future career. requirements and external pressures motivating 5. Formulate solutions for improving participation in change in the surgical training paradigm. mentoring relationships. 4. Develop strategies to integrate outcomes data into surgical education.Register on-line at: www.academicsurgicalcongress.org3
  6. 6. 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm SUS Presidential Plenary 3:00 pm – 3:30 pm British Journal of Surgery Lecture “Generating Evidence for Evidence-based Practice” “Development, Implementation and Effects of a Moderator: George P. Yang, MD, PhD Comprehensive Surgical Safety System” ll Comparative Effectiveness Research Using Registry Eefje de Vries, MD Data: Strategies for Success – Adil Haider, MD General Surgery Resident ll The Road Paved with Experience – R. Lawrence Moss, MD Introduction by George P. Yang, MD, PhD, ll Surgeons as Drivers of Translational Research – SUS President Monica Bertagnolli, MD 3:30 pm – 4:00 pm Afternoon Break in Exhibit Area At the end of this session, participants will be able to: 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm 1. Recognize the extent to which surgical practice is Basic Science Plenary guided by well-controlled science. Moderators: Melina R. Kibbe, MD, RVT George P. 2. Understand how national organizations are working to Yang, MD, PhD develop consortia to address how care is provided. 3. Highlight how various approaches to health services OR research can guide our practice. Outcomes Plenary 4. Understand how surgeons can contribute to Moderators: Caprice Greenberg, MD Sandra Wong, MD developing health care policy. 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm2:30 pm – 3:00 pm SUS Joel J. Roslyn Lecture SUS Business Meeting “Surgical Ethics, Innovation, and the Future of Surgical Progress” OR Peter Angelos, MD, PhD AAS Medical Student Quickshots University of Chicago Medicine; Linda Moderators: Melina R. Kibbe, MD, RVT Julie Ann Kohler Anderson Professor of Surgery; Chief, Sosa, MD Endocrine Surgery; Associate Director, 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm Opening Exhibit Reception MacLean Center for Clinical Medical Ethics 7:30 pm – Midnight ASC Extravaganza in New Orleans! Introduction by George P. Yang, MD, PhD, SUS President Join us for the annual Extravaganza! This year it is scheduled to last late so you can enjoy visiting with your colleagues, dinner, drinks, and N’awlins entertainment specialties!WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 20137:30 am – 9:30 am Integrated Oral Session I 11:30 am – 1:00 pm Association of Women Surgeons9:30 am – 10:00 am Morning Break in Exhibit Area Luncheon10:00 am – 10:30 am AAS Founders Lecture “Achieving Goals Through Strategic Partnerships” Moderator: Carla Pugh, MD “Fogarty Institute for Innovation” Faculty: Caprice C. Greenberg, MD. Melina R. Kibbe, Thomas Fogarty, MD MD, RVT, William H. Pearce, MD, MPH Michael J. Founder, Fogarty Institute for Innovation Zinner, MD Introduction by Melina R. Kibbe, MD, RVT, At the end of this session, participants will be able to: AAS President 1. List three key expectations of the mentor-mentee relationship.10:30 am – 11:30 am AAS Presidential Address 2. Outline a mentorship strategy for helping to achieve Melina R. Kibbe, MD, RVT their top 3 professional goals. Associate Professor of Surgery, Edward 3. Perform a S.W.O.T. analysis on their top professional goal. G. Elcock Professor of Surgical Research, 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm AAS Presidential Plenary Vice Chair of Research, Department of Surgery, Deputy Director, Institute for “Publish or Perish – An Editors Point of View” BioNanotechnology in Medicine, Northwestern University; Moderator: Melina R. Kibbe, MD, RVT Co-Chief, Peripheral Vascular Service, Director, Vascular ll Strategies to Publish in High Impact Journals – Ed Laboratory, Jesse Brown VA Medical Center Livingston, MD, JAMA Introduction by Lillian S. Kao, MD, MS, AAS ll Top 5 Things that Get a Manuscript Rejected – President-Elect Michael Sarr, MD, SurgeryRegister on-line at: www.academicsurgicalcongress.org4
  7. 7. ll The Do’s and Don’ts of Publishing – Dave McFadden, ll What is the best strategy to seek funding early in MD, Journal of Surgical Research my career? (Facilitators: Drs. Scott LeMaire Paula ll How to Get on an Editorial Board – Julie Freischlag, Shireman) MD, Archives of Surgery ll How do I develop a research focus? (Facilitators: Drs. ll The Future of Publishing – Keith Lillemoe, MD, Funda Meric-Bernstam Diane Simeone) Annals of Surgery ll Answers to the Top 10 Questions Posed from the At the end of this session, participants will be able to: AAS Membership 1. Learn what resources are needed to start up a ll Open Discussion research lab. 2. Understand negotiation strategies to obtain space, At the end of this session, participants will be able to: resources, money, etc. 1. Understand strategies to publish in high impact journals. 3. Learn strategies to protect their time to conduct research. 2. Identify 5 things that result in rejection of manuscripts. 4. Understand the importance of selecting the right mentor. 3. Understand the ethics of publishing. 5. Become knowledgeable about how to obtain seed 4. Understand the process for appointing faculty to money for their research. editorial boards. 6. Learn how to develop a research focus. 5. Discuss the future of publishing. OR2:30 pm – 4:00 pm BreakOut Session For Trainees Outcomes Breakout Session Education Breakout Session Moderators: Justin B. Dimick, MD, MPH Sandra Wong, MD Moderators: Kelli Bullard-Dunn, MD, Bethany Sacks, MD, Rebecca Sippel, MD Wei Zhou, MD Research in Progress Presentations: Arden Morris, MD, Gretchen Schwarze, MD Dorry Breakout Groups: Segev, MD ll How do I get an administrative role in education (clerkship director or residency program director)? Breakout Groups: (Facilitators: Drs. Rebecca Sippel, Matt Goldblatt ll Career Development Tips/Pitfalls (Methodologic Danny Chu) Training, Finding a Mentor/Faculty Position) (Facilitators: ll How do I negotiate a job as a surgical educator Drs. Amir Ghaferi, Julie Ann Sosa, Tina Yen) and how do I get promoted as a surgical educator? ll Balancing clinical care and an outcomes research (Facilitators: Drs. Steve Yang, Steve Goldin Kelli program (Facilitators: Drs. Ravi Chokshi Tim Pawlik) ll Developing Research Collaboratives/Collaborative Bullard Dunn) Networks (Facilitators: Drs. Justin Dimick Tim Lee) ll How can I become a leader in surgical education? ll Funding for HSR/Outcomes (Facilitators: Drs. How can I get involved at a national level? Caprice Greenberg Lillian Kao) (Facilitators: Drs. Rebecca Minter, Amalia Cochran Bethany Sacks) At the end of this session, participants will: ll How do I start an education research program and 1. Learn career development tips. how do I get it funded? (Facilitators: Drs. Dimitrios 2. Learn how to balance clinical care and an outcomes Stefanidis Wei Zhou) research program. 3. Learn how to develop research collaborative networks. At the end of the session, participants will be able to: 4. Learn how to seek funding for HSR/Outcomes. 1. Gain a better understanding of how to develop an administrative role in surgical education. OR 2. Be promoted based upon educational activities. Basic Science/Translational Research Breakout Session 3. Obtain a leadership role at the national level. Moderators: Melina R. Kibbe, MD, RVT George P. 4. Establish and fund an educational research program. Yang, MD, PhD 4:00 pm – 4:30 pm “Getting Started as an Academic Surgeon with a Basic Science Focus” Afternoon Break in Exhibit Area Breakout Groups: OR ll How much start-up money/resources do I need, and AAS Student/Mentor Reception how do I negotiate for this? (Facilitators: Drs. Alan Dardik Brian Zuckerbraun) 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm ll Do I need my own lab space, or a bench in a senior SUS New Member Poster Session investigator’s lab? (Facilitators: Drs. Greg Kennedy OR George Yang) ll How do I protect my time to conduct research? Resident/Student Meet the AAS Leadership (Facilitators: Drs. Raul Guzman Melina Kibbe) 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm AAS Business Meeting ll Who are the right mentors for me? (Facilitators: Drs. Herb Chen Mike Conte) 10:00 pm – LATE AAS/SUS Presidential Reception ll Which personnel do I need to hire in the beginning Please join Drs. Melina Kibbe and George Yang for an (tech, post-doc, lab manager, animal tech, etc) and evening reception with the AAS and SUS Presidents. how do I go about doing that? (Facilitators: Drs. Dev All attendees are welcome regardless of membership Desai Edith Tzeng) status in the AAS or SUS.Register on-line at: www.academicsurgicalcongress.org5
  8. 8. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 20137:30 am – 9:30 am Integrated Oral Session II 3. Understand the differences in transfusion strategies9:30 am – 10:00 am Morning Break in Exhibit Area in civilian and military trauma compared to elective or semi-elective operations.10:00 am – 11:00 am 4. Understand options for handling massive transfusion AAS Research Awards and treatment of intractable bleeding in the civilian Presented by Lillian S. Kao, MD, MS Julie Ann Sosa, MD and military settings. OR 5. Learn the value of a multidisciplinary approach to management of blood resources, especially as it SUS Research Awards and SUS International relates to uncontrolled bleeding. Speaker Presentations Presented by Dev Desai, MD, SUS Scholarship OR Committee Chair the SUS International Speakers Hot Topic Session: “Global Health and Academic11:00 am – 12:00 pm Education Plenary Session Surgery: Practical Perspectives” Moderators: Kelli Bullard-Dunn, MD Bethany Sacks, MD Moderator: Chandra Are, MD Purvi Parikh, MD12:00 pm – 1:30 pm Lunch in Exhibit Area ll Resident’s Perspective (Clinical Aspects) – Paul Kolkman, MD OR ll Resident’s Perspective (Research Aspects) – Megan Education Committee Session: “Integrated Frost, MD Subspecialty Programs: Way of the Future or Recipe ll Junior Faculty’s Perspective – Randeep Jawa, MD for Disaster?” ll Senior Faculty’s Perspective – Gazi Zibari, MD Moderators: Kelli Bullard-Dunn, MD Wei Zhou, MD ll Program Director’s Perspective – Chandra Are, MD ll Cardiothoracic Surgery – Mike Acker, MD At the end of this session, participants will be able to: ll Plastic Surgery – Michael Neumeister, MD 1. Provide practical perspectives and knowledge ll Vascular Surgery – Ron Dalman, MD on global surgical healthcare, as part of surgical ll ACGME/ABS – John Potts, MD educational curricula and as volunteer or outreach At the end of this session, participants will be able to: work for the academic surgical community. 1. Understand early specialization. 2. Provide a rationale for the involvement of academic 2. Understand the impact of early specialization on surgical community in these global health endeavors. general surgery training. 3. Outline methods to develop surgical capacity in 3. Appreciate the benefits and potential issues facing the third world in which the academic surgical program directors and trainees. community can play a vital and much needed role. 4. Gain insights on the position of American Board of 4. Delineate the clinical and research avenues where Surgery and ACGME. the involvement of academic surgical community can OR be beneficial. Hot Topic Session: “Bleeding in the Operating Room 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm – Why It’s Bad How to Stop It!” Outcomes Panel Discussion: “Surgical Outcomes Moderators: Vic Ferraris, MD Col. Todd E. Rasmussen, Research: Setting the Agenda for the Next 10 Years” MD, USAF, MC Moderator: Heather Neuman, MD ll Does Intraoperative Blood Transfusion Help? What is ll Delivery System Reform (Policy) – Justin Dimick, MD, the evidence? – Vic Ferraris, MD MPH ll Bleeding in Cardiac Surgery: Lessons Learned and ll Systems Redesign (Safety/Quality) – Caprice Translation to Elective and Emergency Surgery – Greenberg, MD Todd Rosengart, MD ll Patient-Centered Outcomes Research/Comparative ll Bleeding in the Setting of Trauma: Lessons in Effectiveness Research – George Chang, MD Surgical Hemostasis from the Wars in Afghanistan ll Disparities Research – Sandra Wong, MD and Iraq – Lt. Col. Gerald R. Fortuna, MD, USAF, MC ll Bleeding in the Setting of Trauma: Lessons in At the end of the session, participants will be able to: Hemostatic Resuscitation from the Wars in Afghanistan 1. Discuss cutting edge research and important future and Iraq – Lt. Col. Jeremy W. Cannon, MD, USAF, MC directions in the four key domains of health services. ll Management of Bleeding in the Non-Surgical, Non- 2. Describe key issues in health care policy reform Trauma Patient: A Transfusion Medicine Perspective affecting surgeons. – Lawrence (Tim) Goodnough, MD 3. Understand major concepts in systems redesign, with At the end of this session, participants will be able to: a focus on the safety and quality of surgical care. 1. Identify clinical factors placing patients at high risk 4. Describe the evolution of and major advances for perioperative bleeding. in patient-centered outcomes research and 2. Gain comfort in the multi-modality approach to blood comparative effectiveness research. conservation that broadens the focus from limiting 5. Identify cutting-edge approaches to understanding blood transfusion to a more comprehensive strategy and reducing health disparities. that includes maintaining adequate hemoglobin 3:00 pm – 3:30 pm Afternoon Break concentration, optimizing hemostasis, and minimizing blood loss in order to limit transfusion. 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm Integrated Quick Shot Session IIRegister on-line at: www.academicsurgicalcongress.org6
  9. 9. Post Congress Courses Hotel Information Early Bird Registration Deadline:The following courses will take place after the ASC. A December 2, 2012separate fee will be charged for these courses. Please Pre-Registration Housing Closes onvisit the website for more information and to register: January 21, The Academic Surgical Congress has made specialSUS Inaugural Mid-Career Academic Surgery arrangements with the Roosevelt New Orleans to offerProfessional Development Course attendees discounted rates on a first-come, first-serve basis. Reservations must be received by January 21,February 7-8, 2013 2013 in order to receive the Congress discount. RoomsCHAIR: Rebecca Minter, MD may be available after this date, but not necessarily atCO-CHAIRS: Dev Desai, MD Nipun Merchant, MD the discounted rates. Limited roomsThe SUS is pleased to offer its inaugural course for Mid-Career Official Congress HotelAcademic Surgeons seeking new leadership opportunities are available – The Roosevelt New Orleans reserve as soonto be held on February 7-8 in New Orleans, LA immediately 123 Baronne St.,following the Academic Surgical Congress. This is a unique as possible! New Orleans, LA 70112professional development offering for individuals interested in PHONE: 504.648.1200optimally preparing for success as they move into new roles in RESERVATIONS: 1.800.WALDORF (1.800.925.3673)departmental and health center leadership. Group Code: ASCThe course will feature instructors that are accomplished Room Rate: $229 per night + tax (single or double)surgical leaders holding high level positions within departments About the Roosevelt New Orleans: Few names inof surgery or as leaders of multi-disciplinary centers within American hospitality resonate for travelers and localsthe healthcare system. In addition, a professionally certified the way The Roosevelt New Orleans does. From ourexecutive career coach will participate as faculty. legendary past – where the famous and infamous,Topics include: “What is the Search Committee Looking For?”; the royal and revered, the celebrity and the Sazerac“How Do I Prepare for the Interview?”; “Do I Need an MBA or have all starred – to our modern-day luxury andHealth Care Management Degree?”; “Negotiating the Details of the extraordinary accommodations and meeting spaces,Offer?”; and “I’ve Got the Job – Now What Do I Do?”. The Roosevelt is the destination where memoriesThe course will have a high level of interactivity and discourse, begin. Experience the premier luxury hotel in Newand therefore will be capped at 50 participants. We hope that Orleans, now part of the prestigious Waldorf Astoriayou will take advantage of this opportunity and register today. Hotels Resorts. We bring the world to our doors.Full course information and registration can be accessed at The Roosevelt stands in the same place it has for or please contact the SUS offices by phone or than 100 years, at the heart of all the history, cuisine,email: 407.647.8839, or entertainment and culture that made New OrleansAAS/SUS Surgical Investigators’ Course famous. Just past the hotel’s magnificent brass doors are the narrow streets and old-world charm of theThe Grant-Writing Workshop French Quarter. Stroll along the shop-lined sidewalks ofFull-Day Course following the ASC Royal Street. Immerse yourself in the constant buzz of activity at Jackson Square. Let your ears take you fromFebruary 8, 2013 one club to the next as you soak in a wealth of musicalCHAIRS: Scott A. LeMaire, MD George P. Yang, MD, PhD stylings at Preservation Hall or on Frenchmen Street.CO-CHAIRS: Justin Dimick, MD Caprice Greenberg, MD With the St. Charles and Canal streetcar lines withinAn intensive workshop to help you write a successful grant and blocks of The Roosevelt, the rest of New Orleans isget funded! just a few stops away. Walk amongst the centuries-oldll Taught by faculty with a record of successful grant funding live oaks of City Park or marvel at the majestic homesll Ideal for senior residents, fellows and junior faculty of the historic Garden District. When you stay at Thell Limited space available to maximize interaction Roosevelt, all of New Orleans is yours to explore.ll Understand how to develop a research hypothesis and expand it into a compelling grant How to Make a Hotel Reservationll Learn how to revise a proposal for resubmission You may book your sleeping room reservationll Take part in a mock study section to see how grants are reviewed through the Roosevelt Hotel website,ll Have your own grant critically reviewed, and enter your three-letter Group Code: ASC.At the end of the session, participants will be able to:1. Understand the grants funding process. You may also call 1.800.WALDORF (1.800.925.3673)2. Develop grant writing skills. and request the group rate for the Academic Surgical3. Understand how grant review occurs. Congress. The group rate is: $229 single or double.Register on-line at: www.academicsurgicalcongress.org7
  10. 10. Exhibit Area REGISTRATION INFORMATION Early Bird Registration Deadline:Visit the ASC Exhibit Area where the latest in surgical December 2, 2012innovations and services will be on display. Stop by and get Pre-Registration Housing Closes onup-to-the minute information about how these products can January 21, 2013enhance your surgical practice. How to Register for the Congress 1. The quickest, easiest way to register for theEXHIBIT Area HOURS 8th Annual Academic Surgical Congress is on-lineTuesday, February 5, 2013 at am – 4:00 pm Exhibits Open 2. To register by paper, complete the registration form on6:30 pm – 7:30 pm Exhibits Open the next page and mail to the ASC Registration Office at:9:30 am – 10:00 am Morning Break in Exhibit Area ASC 2013 Registration11:30 am – 1:00 pm Lunch in Exhibit Area 341 N. Maitland Ave., Suite 130, Maitland, FL 327513:30 pm – 4:00 pm Afternoon Break in Exhibit Area4:00 pm – 6:30 pm Exhibits Closed, Break For Exhibitors Payment must accompany registration form.6:30 pm – 7:30 pm ASC Entertainment Extravaganza Dinner Meeting registration is available in advance of the (Cocktails in the Exhibit Area at 6:30 pm, followed by meeting through January 21, 2013. After January dinner at 7:30 pm in the Waldorf Astoria Ballroom.) 21, 2013, attendees must register on-site. On-site registration is subject to an additional chargeWednesday, February 6, 2013 of $100. Please direct all questions concerning9:30 am – 4:30 pm Exhibits Open registration to the Meeting Registrar at 407.647.7714 or9:30 am – 10:00 am Morning Break in Exhibit Area pm – 4:30 pm Afternoon Break in Exhibit Area Special ServicesThursday, February 7, 2013 The Academic Surgical Congress wishes to ensure9:30 am – 3:30 pm Exhibits Open that no individual with a disability is excluded, denied9:30 am – 10:00 am Morning Break in Exhibit Area services, segregated or otherwise treated differently12:00 pm – 1:30 pm Lunch in Exhibit Area because of the absence of auxiliary aids and services.3:00 pm – 3:30 pm Afternoon Break in Exhibit Area If you require auxiliary aids or services, please contact the Meeting Registrar at Registrar at 407.647.7714 or ASC EXHIBITORSll BK Medicalll Cook Medicalll Hayden Medical The Academic Surgical Congress gratefullyll Hitachi Aloka Medical acknowledges our 2013 institutionalll LifeCell, a KCI Company members. Thank you for your participation!ll Medline Industries, Inc.ll Medtronic Advanced Energy Gold Membersll Surgical Science, Inc. • Stanford University School of Medicine • University of Michigan Medical SchoolPrevious ASC Sponsors • University of California Los Angeles David Geffenll Baxter Health School of Medicinell Ethicon • University of Wisconsin School of Medicinell Genomic and Public Healthll St. Jude Medical Silver Members • Medical College of Wisconsin • Northwestern University Feinberg School of MedicineAttention Corporate Partners • University of Pittsburgh School of MedicineAre you interested in exhibiting or supporting the annualmeeting? For an exhibitor prospectus and floorplan, please Bronze Memberscontact Jenay Root at 310.437.1606, ext. 127. For support • Howard University Department of Surgeryand visibility opportunities, please contact Colleen Elkins at • John Hopkins Medical School310.437.1606, ext. 114. • University of Alabama at Birmingham School of MedicineRegister on-line at: www.academicsurgicalcongress.org8
  11. 11. Registration Form 20138th Annual Academic Surgical CongressFebruary 5-7, 2013 • Roosevelt Hotel, New Orleans, LouisianaTo register online go to www.academicsurgicalcongress.orgPre-Registration closes on January 21, 2013 at midnight. After that date, please register onsite.We cannot accept fax registrations for the safety and privacy of the registrants.*Required FieldsPrefix: First Name*: Middle: Last Name*: Suffix: Title*: Rank: Specialty: Institution/Company Name*: Department*: Address*: City*: State*: Zip: Country*: Phone*: Fax: Email*: Ethnicity: Age: Gender: Please identify if you are a member of AAS or SUS in good standing (this information will be verified): AAS Member  SUS Member   AAS SUS Member   NeitherREGISTRATION FEES Early Bird Pre-Registration Onsite Totals Midnight 12/2/12 Midnight 1/21/13 On After 1/22/13 AAS/SUS Member (will be verified) $500 $600 $700 Non-Member Rate $655 $755 $855 Trainee Rate* $330 $430 $530 *The Trainee Rate is for residents, students, fellows, allied health, etc. Please include email address of someone who can verify your trainee status. If your status is not verified prior to 1/21/13 or you leave the email field blank, you will be responsible for the higher registration rate prior to the meeting or onsite. Onsite registrations please bring confirmation letter with you to verify your trainee status or we cannot honor the trainee rate. Trainee Verification Email: Guest Registration Information The cost of Guest Registration is $175.00 per guest. Fee includes all social events and access to the Exhibit Area. Registrant must accompany guest to events. Please enter the name of each guest below. GUEST ONLY REGISTRATIONS ARE NOT PERMITTED. $175.00 x Guest 1 Name: Guest 2 Name: Guest 3 Name: GRAND TOTAL:Payment Information I would like to pay by check. Please make check payable in U.S. funds to ASC. List the registrant’s name on the check. CHECKS: Must be mailed prior to January 14, 2013 to arrive in our office prior to the deadline date. For check payments, please register online, just close out on the payment page. We will match the registration to the check when it arrives in the mail. When the registration office processes your payment, we will forward a receipt to the registrant’s email address.Credit cards are accepted online only. To register online go to www.academicsurgicalcongress.orgSignature: My signature verifies that if I am not a member in good standing or a trainee that can be verified, I will pay the additional registration cost.Cancellations Refunds: To cancel and receive a refund, less a $75.00 administration fee, cancellations must be in writing andsent by email ( or fax (407.629.2502) and must be received by January 14, 2013.If you have a disability that requires special needs or accommodations, please contact us at the office.For more information or questionsAcademic Surgical Congress • 341 North Maitland Ave., Suite 130, Maitland, FL 32751 • PHONE: 407.647.7714 • FAX: 407.629.2502Register on-line at: www.academicsurgicalcongress.org9
  12. 12. 8th Annual Academic Surgical Congress February 5-7, 2013 The Roosevelt New Orleans • New Orleans, LA Association for Academic Surgery (AAS) 11300 West Olympic Blvd., Suite 600, Los Angeles, CA 90064 PHONE: 310.437.1606 • FAX: 310.437.0585 Society of University Surgeons (SUS) 341 N. Maitland Ave., Suite 130, Maitland, FL 32751 PHONE: 407.647.7714 • FAX: 407.629.2502 Take Advantage of What the 2013 ASC has to Offer You! • Scientific Sessions • • Featured Lectures • • Combined AAS and SUS Panel Discussions • • Hot Topic Symposia • • AAS and SUS new members events • • Numerous networking opportunities • Early Bird Registration Deadline: December 2, 2012 Pre-Registration Housing Closes on January 21, 2013