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Bridge to Hope: Contemporary Strategies for Debilitating Heart Failure

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Bridge to Hope: Contemporary Strategies for Debilitating Heart Failure

  1. 1. The MUSC Division of Cardiology, Department of Medicine and the Office of Continuing Medical Education present BRIDGE TO HOPE Contemporary Strategies for Debilitating Heart Failure February 15-16, 2014 The Sanctuary Hotel Kiawah Island, SC PRACTICE GAPS & EDUCATIONAL NEEDS This conference will deliver an update on mechanical circulatory support options for advanced heart failure. The focus will be the general cardiologist, cardiovascular surgeon and primary care physician who care for advanced heart failure patients. As mechanical circulatory support evolves and emerges from the academic sphere into widespread use, this educational conference will address important gaps in clinicical knowledge. Accreditation Disclosure The Medical University of South Carolina is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for Physicians. In accordance with the ACCME Essentials and Standards, anyone involved in planning or presenting this educational activity is required to disclose any relevant financial relationships with commercial interest in the healthcare industry. This information will be made available to participants at the beginning of the activity. Speakers who incorporate information about off-label or investigational use of drugs or devices will be asked to disclose that information at the beginning of their presentation.
  2. 2. BRIDGE TO HOPE Contemporary Strategies for Debilitating Heart Failure Course Director Jennifer L. Peura, MD Medical Director, Left Ventricular Assist Device Program Assistant Professor of Medicine Medical University of South Carolina Charleston, SC Course Co-Director John Matthew Toole, MD Medical Director of Perfusion Services Assistant Professor of Surgery Medical University of South Carolina Charleston, SC Course Faculty Meredith A. Brisco, MD, MSCE Assistant Professor of Medicine Medical University of South Carolina Charleston, SC Monica Colvin, MD, MS Assistant Professor of Medicine Medical Director, Heart Transplant Program Member, Advanced Heart Failure, Transplant and Mechanical Circulatory Support Section University of Minnesota Mineapolis, MN John Conte, MD Director of Mechanical Circulatory Support Professor of Surgery Associate Director, Division of Cardiac Surgery Johns Hopkins University Baltimore, MD Gregory Ewald, MD Associate Professor of Medicine Associate Chief of Cardiology Director, Section of Heart Failure and Heart Transplantation Division of Cardiology Washington University School of Medicine St. Louis, MO Kathleen L. Grady, PhD, APN, FAAN Administrative Director, Center for Heart Failure Bluhm Cardiovascular Institute Associate Professor of Surgery Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine Chicago, IL Dawn Heyward, NP LVAD Coordinator Transplant Center Medical University of South Carolina Charleston, SC Michael Petty, PhD, RN, CCNS, ACNS-BC Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor Cardiothoracic Clinical Nurse Specialist University of Minnesota Medical Center Minneapolis, MN Ranjit John, MD Assistant Professor of Surgery Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery University of Minnesota Minneapolis, MN Ravi Ravichandran, MD Associate Professor of Surgery Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery Oregon Health Sciences University Portland, OR Susan M. Joseph, MD Assistant Professor of Medicine Cardiovascular Division Washington University School of Medicine St. Louis, MO Joseph G. Rogers, MD Associate Professor of Medicine Division of Cardiology Duke University Medical Center Durham, NC John M. Lasala, MD, PhD, FACC Marc J. Semigran, MD Associate Professor of Medicine Medical Director, Mass General Heart Medical Director, Cardiac Catheterization Lab Failure & Cardiac Transplant Program Washington University School of Medicine Massachusetts General Hospital St. Louis, MO Heart Center Boston, MA Kathleen Law, NP Heart Transplant Coordinator J. David Vega, MD Transplant Center Professor of Surgery, Division of Medical University of South Carolina Cardiothoracic Surgery Charleston, SC Department of Surgery Emory University School of Medicine Maria Mountis, DO Director, Heart Transplant Program, Medical Director, Mechanical Circulatory Emory University Hospital Support Program Chief, Cardiothoracic Surgery Cleveland Clinic Atlanta VA Medical Center Cleveland, OH Atlanta, GA The Ocean Course at Kiawah Mary Norine Walsh, MD Director, Nuclear Cardiology Congestive Heart Failure St. Vincent Hospital Indianapolis, IN
  3. 3. BRIDGE TO HOPE Contemporary Strategies for Debilitating Heart Failure Registration Methods Cancellations Please use ONE of these methods to register (do not mail if previously faxed or telephoned): A refund will be made upon written request prior to January 15, 2014; however, $75 will be retained for administrative costs. No refunds will be made after January 15, 2014. We reserve the right to cancel the program if necessary. Full registration fees will be refunded for cancelled programs. The Medical University of South Carolina cannot be responsible for reimbursement of airline or other transportation fares, hotel or rental car charges, including penalties. By registering for this conference, you acknowledge and agree to this cancellation policy. • Mail registration form with check or credit card information to Odessa Ussery, MUSC, 19 Hagood Avenue, Suite 1004, MSC 754, Charleston, SC, 29425 • Telephone: (843) 876-1925 – Registration by credit card only • Fax: (843) 876-1931 – Registration by credit card only Americans with Disabilities Act • Online: Please visit www.musc.edu/cme and select “CME Conferences” from the left-hand menu. Once there, scroll down until you see this course, and select the blue “Register” button. Registration Fees Early Bird It is the policy of the Medical University of South Carolina not to discriminate against any person on the basis of disabilities. If you feel you need services or the auxiliary aids mentioned in this act in order to fully participate in this continuing medical education activity, please call the Office of CME at (843) 876-1925 or attach a note to your registration. (on or before 1/15) Full Rate $600 $570 $450 $420 (after 1/15) Physician in Practice (with Printed Syllabus) Physician in Practice (with Online Syllabus) $450 $420 $550 $520 Resident, NP, RN, PA, Other (with Printed Syllabus) Resident, NP, RN, PA, Other (with Online Syllabus) $350 $320 $450 $420 On-Site (2/15 & 2/16) The fee includes continental breakfasts, coffee breaks, dinner on Saturday evening, access to online course syllabus and/or printed course syllabus and credit processing. Note: Those who opt for an online syllabus only will save $30.00! If paying by check, please make your check payable to Medical University of South Carolina and mail with the registration form included in this brochure to: Odessa Ussery, MUSC Office of CME, 19 Hagood Avenue, Suite 1004, MSC 754, Charleston, SC 29425 No pre-registrations will be accepted after February 12, 2014. After February 12, you must call the MUSC Office of CME at 843-876-1925 to see if space is still available. If space is still available you must register on-site, at an increased registration rate. Online Syllabus - Save $30! In our efforts to “go green”, we are offering a reduced registration ($30 off the registration fee) if you choose to access the electronic conference syllabus online. Information will be emailed to you the week prior to the conference so that you may download a copy, and have access to the online version during and following the conference. By choosing this option, you can select the reduced conference registration fee marked on the online and paper registration. However, you will not receive a printed syllabus book. If you would like the printed syllabus, select the full registration fee.
  4. 4. BRIDGE TO HOPE Contemporary Strategies for Debilitating Heart Failure February 15-16 , 2014 • The Sanctuary Hotel, Kiawah Island, SC COURSE AGENDA Saturday, February 15 Sunday, February 16 7:00 am Breakfast and Vendor Showcase Grand Oaks C 7:00 am Breakfast and Vendor Showcase Grand Oaks C Plenary Sessions, Grand Oaks AB 8:00 am Welcome Jennifer Peura Plenary Sessions, Grand Oaks AB 8:00 am Announcements Jennifer Peura Session One: Understanding the Patient at Risk 8:15 am Advanced Heart Failure, Patient Risk Stratification Joseph Rogers Session Three: Considerations for Success 8:10 am Clinical Considerations for Patient Selection David Vega 8:45 am Case Presentations Mary Norine Walsh, Moderator Kathleen Grady and Maria Mountis 8:40 am Case Presentations Ranjit John, Moderator Marc Semigran and Susan Joseph 10:00 am 10:00 am Coffee Break and Vendor Showcase Session T wo: Cardiogenic Shock, Rescue Strategy 10:30 am Device Selection for Mechanical Support John Conte 11:00 AM Case Presentations Matt Toole, Moderator John Lasala and Meredith Brisco 12:30 pm Box Lunch for Conference Registrants 1:15-3:45 pm Coffee Break Session Four: Bridge to Home 10:20 am Ambulatory Management Monica Colvin Optional Workshops (This time is included in the total amount of 10 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM) 10:50 am Case Presentations Gregory Ewald, Moderator Michael Petty, Ravi Ravichandran 12:15 pm Adjourn Option 1: Outpatient CHF Management: Co-Operative Care Models, Oaks Ballroom C Dawn Heyward and Kathleen Law Option 2: Hands-On Device Experience, Oaks Ballroom D Jennifer Peura 3:45 pm Adjourn until Saturday Evening Program at 6:30 pm Evening Program 6:30 pm Reception and Vendor Showcase 7:30 pm Survivor Dinner in the Terrace Ballroom Honoring Advanced Heart Failure Patients Jennifer Peura and Matt Toole, Hosts COURSE OBJECTIVES ARE ON THE FOLLOWING PAGE. Kiawah Island Clubhouse
  5. 5. COURSE OBJECTIVES CREDIT DESIGNATION At the completion of this conference, learners should be better able to: Session One: Understanding the Patient at Risk Assess the magnitude of the advanced heart failure population Evaluate and use tools available to assess mortality risk Describe medical and device therapy for advanced heart failure Session T wo: Cardiogenic Shock, Rescue Strategy Discuss evolution of device therapy Outline options for percutaneous and long term support Assess device selection in variety of clinical scenarios Session Three: Considerations for Success Discuss factors that affect patient eligibility Session Four: Bridge to Home Review the challenges of ambulatory management Stabilize the acutely unstable patient Outline methods to manage late complications Optional Workshops Outpatient CHF Management: Co-Operative Care Discuss management of advanced HF patient Develop clinical pathways Integrate practice with advanced therapy centers The Medical University of South Carolina designates this live activity for a maximum of 10 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. AAFP: Application for Continuing Medical Education credits has been filed with the American Academy of Family Physicians. Determination of credits is pending. Nursing Credit: Most states accept CMEs that apply to a specific nursing specialty as nursing continuing education. Please check with your respective State Board of Nursing to ascertain the equivalent number of contact hours offered for 10 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Please Note: You now receive your CME and CEU credits online! After the conference, you will be emailed instructions and a link to claim your credit online and print your credit certificate. On the registration form, please provide the email address that you actively use to ensure that you receive these important emails. Hands-On Device Experience Review technical aspects of devices Practice techniques for implantation Understand hemodynamic management The Sanctuary Hotel Along the pristine shores of Kiawah Island, South Carolina, The Sanctuary at Kiawah Island captures the spirit and charm of southern hospitality. This exquisite luxury hotel, just 30 minutes from downtown Charleston, radiates with ultimate oceanfront living and leisure. You’ll be presented with a superb complement of guestrooms, Club Level accommodations and suites that exude the essence of resort elegance. And the privilege of golfing five championship courses, basking in a unique nature-based spa, and playing at two world-class tennis clubs will be yours. Discover one of America’s most beautiful natural environments starting with a walk along 10 miles of private beach aglitter with seashells, sand dollars and conches. Give canoeing, biking or kayaking a go. Greet the day with club in hand on the award-winning fairways of Pete Dye’s Ocean Course and Jack Nicklaus’ Turtle Point, then soothe and smooth with spa treatments inspired by the ocean, maritime forest and botanical gardens. Glide through the streets of charming Charleston in a horse-drawn carriage, or join a walking tour that reveals the history and mystery of this timeless town. The Sanctuary Hotel at Kiawah is 30 minutes from Charleston. Nearest airport, Charleston International, CHS, 33 miles. Directions from the airport: Upon exiting the airport, turn right onto I-526 West towards Savannah. I-526 will end in approximately six miles. Turn right onto US-17 South. Travel about 5 miles and turn left onto Main Road. Follow the signs to Kiawah Island, 45 minutes. Johns Island, SC, JZI-Charleston Executive, private/corporate jets, 15 minutes away. Accommodation Information ROOM RATES: SINGLE/DOUBLE $235. All rates include on-island transportation to all resort venues via the existing fleet of resort vehicles and all local and 800 telephone access. Services guests receive at no charge are high speed internet access, golf club storage, access to fitness center, and coffee in the lobby from 6:30 to 7:30 a.m., self-parking, beach services, and overnight shoe shine. Rates are presently subject to a 6.5% South Carolina state tax and a total of 5% local taxes. The maximum occupancy at Kiawah is two (2) adults per bedroom. Children under the age of 18, when accompanied by an adult staying in the same room are free of charge. To receive group rates you must reserve by January 14, 2014 or until our room block has filled. After that date, rack rates may apply and rooms will be reserved on a space available basis. We urge you to make your reservations early. THE HOTEL WILL SELL OUT! Phone 800-654-2924 to make your reservations. Make sure that you reference this conference when making your reservations.
  6. 6. REGISTRATION FORM Bridge to Hope: Contemporary Strategies for Debilitating Heart Failure February 15-16, 2014 • The Sanctuary, Kiawah Island, SC Name: __________________________________________________ Last 4 Digits of SSN: ___________________ Address:_______________________________________________________________________________________________________ City: ____________________________________________ State: _________________ Zip: _________________________ Email:__________________________________________________________ Specialty:____________________________ Please provide your active email address to ensure proper receipt of all CME credit documentation Degree:______________________________Phone:____________________________Fax:___________________________ Select Appropriate Bridge to Hope Conference Fee: MUSC Residents and Students please call the Office of CME at 843-876-1925 to register. ONLINE SYLLABUS OPTION On or Before 1/15 Physicians in Practice $450 Nurses, NPs, SLPs, PAs $420 After 1/15 $550 $520 On-Site $600 $570 PRINT SYLLABUS OPTION On or Before 1/15 Physicians in Practice $350 Nurses, NPs, SLPs, PAs $320 After 1/15 $450 $420 On-Site $450 $450 Select Appropriate Dinner Choice Below: I will attend the Survivor’s Dinner on Saturday Night. I will NOT attend the Survivor’s Dinner on Saturday Night. I will bring ____ guest(s) to the Survivor’s Dinner on Saturday Night for $70 each. (This payment is due with this registration.) Breakout sessions Please select which session you will attend on Saturday, 2/15: Option 1: Outpatient CHF Management: Co-Operative Care Models Option 2: Hands-On Device Experience Payment Method: TOTAL FEE DUE: ____________ Check is enclosed Please make checks out to Medical University of South Carolina Conference Registration may be charged to: Visa Mastercard Discover AmEx Signature: ___________________________ Card Number: ______________________________ Exp: __________ No, I do not want my name included on a list of participants to be handed out at the conference. More Information For more information please call the Office of CME toll free 1-866-637-6835 or directly at (843) 876-1925, email cmeoffice@musc.edu or visit our website. www.musc.edu/cme

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