Comprehensive Facial Reconstruction: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Restoring the Human Face
The Edwin & Fannie Gray Hall Center for Human Appearanceat the University of PennsylvaniaA CME- CERT IF IED CO URSECOMPREHENSIVE FACIALRECONSTRUCTIONAn Interdisciplinary Approachto Restoring the Human FaceLO CAT IO NTranslational Research CenterPerelman School of Medicineat the University of Pennsylvania3400 Civic Center BoulevardPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania 19104CO URSE DIRECTO RSIvona Percec, MD, PhDAssistant Professor of SurgeryDivision of Plastic SurgeryPerelman School of MedicineUniversity of PennsylvaniaJoseph F. Sobanko, MDAssistant Professor of DermatologyDirector of Dermatologic Surgery EducationPerelman School of MedicineUniversity of Pennsylvania
Comprehensive Facial Reconstruction is hosted by the Edwin & Fannie Gray Hall Center for Human Appearance at the University of Pennsylvania. Physicians: The Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania isThe 2012 Fall Symposium presented by Penn’s Center for Human Appearance high- accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to providelights the principles of multidisciplinary facial reconstruction. The sharing of knowl- continuing medical education for physicians.edge via interdisciplinary patient care allows for collaboration, collegiality, and the Nurses: The Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, Officedevelopment of a broader and more sophisticated skill set. Detailed and compre- of Human Research is an approved provider of continuing education by the PA Statehensive facial reconstructive and aesthetic principles and procedures will be covered Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialingby renowned speakers from plastic surgery, dermatology, oculoplastic surgery, otorhi- Center’s Commission on Accreditation.nolaryngology, oral and maxillofacial surgery, and psychology. Through lectures,panel discussions, videos, and cadaveric dissection, course participants will reinforcewell-established reconstructive concepts, learn about recent advances such as com- Physicians: The Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvaniaposite tissue allotransplantation, and gain the ability to critically question dogma re- designates this live activity for a maximum of 17.5 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM.lated to facial reconstruction. (Cadaveric dissection session offered to a limited Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their par-number of course participants.) ticipation in the activity. Nurses: This continuing nursing education activity is approved for 17 contact hours by the PA State Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American NursesUpon completion of the program, participants should be able to: Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.n Summarize essential principles associated with facial reconstruction and Physician Assistants: AAPA accepts certificates of participation for educational ac- implement them in cases related to trauma, tumor extirpation, congenital tivities certified for Category I credit from AOACCME, Prescribed credit from AAFP, deformity and aesthetic rejuvenation and AMA PRA Category I CreditsTM from organizations accredited by ACCME or a recognized state medical society.n Describe how reconstructive principles conform and differ across surgical disciplinesn Identify areas of patient care where facial reconstruction is best performed in a The Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, Office of Con- multidisciplinary setting tinuing Medical Education, adheres to the ACCME Standards for Commercial Support. Faculty disclosure information will be made available in the conference materials andn Discuss limitations of local/regional flaps and the emerging role of composite syllabi. Faculty members are also expected to disclose to participants any discussions tissue allotransplantation for facial reconstruction of off-label and/or investigational uses of pharmaceutical products within their pre-n Identify areas of facial reconstruction where restoration of form and function is sentations. equally important and how to best attain bothn Describe the profound psychosocial impact of physical appearance and identify The registration fees for those who register for Comprehensive Facial Reconstruction before the resources available to patients or by 10/1/12 are $525 for physicians and $350 for residents, fellows, nurses, andn Implement strategies for improved pre-operative consultation other allied health professionals. For those registering after 10/1/12, the registration fees are $600 for physicians and $400 for residents, fellows and other health profes-n Identify applications of minimally invasive technologies on facial rejuvenation sionals. The fee includes course registration, continental breakfasts, lunches, refresh- ment breaks, and course materials. The fees for the optional cadaver dissection session Comprehensive Facial Reconstruction has been endorsed by the following: are $600 for physicians and $400 for residents, fellows and other health professionals. This session is open to a limited number of course participants. Note: Parking fees are not included with registration. Parking on the University of Pennsylvania campus is limited. Neither the Course nor the Office of Continuing Medical Education at the Perelman School of Medicine is responsible for parking costs or lack of available parking spaces. ASSOCIATION OF ACADEMIC AMERICAN SOCIETYCHAIRMEN OF PLASCTIC SURGERY RECONSTRUCTIVE MICROSURGERY You may visit Septa.com or Amtrak.com for public transportation options.
You may register online for the course by visiting cme.med.upenn.edu/eventschedule.html.You may also mail or fax your completed registration form and payment. Please see The University of Pennsylvania values diversity and seeks talented students, faculty,the attached registration form for mailing and faxing information. All registrations and staff from diverse backgrounds. The University of Pennsylvania does not dis-will be confirmed in writing if your registration form and fee is received by November criminate on the basis of race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, color,1, 2012. national or ethnic origin, age, disability, or status as a Vietnam Era Veteran or disabled veteran in the administration of educational policies, programs or activities; admis- sions policies; scholarship and loan awards; athletic, or other University administeredIn order to process refunds for course withdrawals, cancellations must be received in programs or employment. Questions or complaints regarding this policy should bewriting by November 1, 2012 (subject to a service charge equivalent to 10% of the directed to Executive Director, Office of Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunityregistration fee). No refunds will be issued thereafter. Programs, 3600 Chestnut Street, Sansom Place East Suite 228, Philadelphia. PA 19104-6106 or (215) 898-6993 (Voice) or (215) 898-7803 (TDD).The University reserves the right to cancel or postpone this course due to unforeseen www.upenn.edu/affirm-action.circumstances. In the event of a cancellation or postponement, the University willrefund any registration fees but is not responsible for related costs or expenses toparticipants, including cancellation fees assessed by hotels, airlines, and travel agencies.The Comprehensive Facial Reconstruction conference will be held at the Translational Re-search Center, 3400 Civic Center Blvd, Perelman School of Medicine at the Universityof Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA 19104. The symposium will be held on the mainfloor.Driving directions and parking suggestions will be provided to pre-registered atten-dees. Ivona Percec, MD, PhD Joseph F. Sobanko, MDThere are no special room rates for the participants of this course. However, if you Assistant Professor of Surgery Assistant Professor of Dermatologyneed an overnight room, please contact the following: Division of Plastic Surgery Director of Dermatologic Perelman School of Medicine Surgery EducationInn at Penn Hotel & Conference Center University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine3600 Samson Street University of PennsylvaniaPhiladelphia, PA215-222-0200www.theinnatpenn.com Jonathan L. Cook, MD Z. Paul Lorenc, MD, FACSSheraton Philadelphia Center City Hotel Professor of Dermatology Plastic Surgeon3600 Chestnut Street Director of Mohs Surgery New York, NYPhiladelphia, PA Duke University School of Medicine Durham, NC Frederick J. Menick, MD215-448-2000 Plastic Surgeonwww.starwoodhotels.com/sheraton Glenn W. Jelks, MD Tucson, AZHomewood Suites by Hilton Associate Professor of Ophthalmology4109 Walnut Street New York University School of Tri H. Nguyen, MD Medicine Associate Professor of DermatologyPhiladelphia, PA New York, NY University of Texas School of Health215-382-1111 Scienceswww.HomewoodUnivCity.com J. William Little, MD Houston, TX Clinical Professor Department of Plastic SurgeryIf special arrangements are required for an individual with a disability to attend this Georgetown University School ofconference, please contact the Office of Continuing Medical Education no later than MedicineNovember 1, 2012 at (215) 898-6400. Washington, DC
Scott P. Bartlett, MD William R. Katowitz, MDChief of Plastic Surgery Assistant Professor of OphthalmologyChildren’s Hospital of Philadelphia Children’s Hospital of PhiladelphiaProfessor of SurgeryDivision of Plastic Surgery Stephen J. Kovach, III, MD F r i d a y, N o v e mb e r 1 6 Assistant Professor of SurgeryLouis P. Bucky, MD Division of Plastic Surgery 6:45 – 7:45 AM Registration & BreakfastClinical Professor of SurgeryDivision of Plastic Surgery David W. Low, MD 7:45 – 8:00 AM Welcome & Introductory RemarksChief, Section of Plastic Surgery Professor of Surgery Linton Whitaker, MDPennsylvania Hospital Division of Plastic Surgery Ivona Percec, MD, PhD Joseph F. Sobanko, MDLee R. Carrasco, DDS, MD Patrick J. McMahon, MDClinical Assistant Professor Assistant Professor, PediatricsDepartment of Oral & Maxillofacial and Dermatology Reco n st ru ct io n an d R ej u ve na ti on of M i d Fa ceSurgery/Pharmacology Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Moderators: Frederick Menick, MDAra A. Chalian, MD Christopher J. Miller, MD J. William Little, MDProfessor of Otorhinolaryngology: Assistant Professor of Dermatology Scott Bartlett, MDHead and Neck Surgery Director of Dermatologic Surgery 8:00 – 8:10 AM Critical Anatomy of the Mid FaceGeorge Cotsarelis, MD Peter D. Quinn, DMD, MD Jesse Taylor, MDMilton B. Hartzell Professor of Schoenleber Professor of Oral & Dermatology Maxillofacial Surgery/Pharmacology 8:10 – 8:25 AM Reconstruction of the Mid Face from theChair, Department of Dermatology Vice Dean for Professional Services Otorhinolaryngology Perspective Senior Vice President for CPUP, UPHS Oren Friedman, MDOren Friedman, MD “Choosing between nasal lining flaps”Associate Professor of Clinical David B. Sarwer, PhD Otorhinolaryngology: Head and Professor of Psychology 8:25 – 8:40 AM Reconstruction of the Mid Face from the Neck Surgery Departments of Psychiatry & Surgery Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Perspective Director, Center for Weight and David Stanton, DMD, MDEric J. Granquist, DMD, MD Eating DisordersInstructor 8:40 – 8:55 AM Reconstruction of the Mid Face from theDepartment of Oral & Maxillofacial David C. Stanton, DMD, MD Dermatologic Surgery Perspective Surgery/Pharmacology Associate Professor of Oral & Christopher Miller, MD Maxillofacial Surgery/Pharmacology “Helpful local flaps for soft tissue defects of the Mid Face”Suhail K. Kanchwala, MDAssistant Professor of Surgery Jesse A. Taylor, MD 8:55 – 9:40 AM Reconstruction of the Mid Face from theDivision of Plastic Surgery Assistant Professor of Surgery Plastic Surgery Perspective Division of Plastic Surgery Guest: Frederick Menick, MDJames A. Katowitz, MD “Composite defects of the lip/nose/cheek”Professor of Ophthalmology Linton A. Whitaker, MDDirector of Oculoplastic and Professor and Chief of 9:40 – 9:55 AM Q & A and Panel Discussion: Orbital Surgery Plastic Surgery EmeritusChildren’s Hospital of Philadelphia Founder & Director, Edwin & Fannie Moderators: Scott Bartlett, MD, Frederick Menick, MD Gray Hall Center for Human William Little, MD and Speakers Appearance 9 : 5 5 – 1 0 : 1 5 AM Break
10: 15 – 11:00 AM Rejuvenation of the Mid Face: 3 : 3 0 – 4 : 1 5 PM Challenging Cases in Lower Face Reconstruction An Evolution in Techniques and Rejuvenation Guest: William Little, MD Moderators: Z. Paul Lorenc, MD, Jonathan Cook, MD, and Peter Quinn, DMD, MD11: 00 – 11:45 AM Challenging Cases in Mid Face Reconstruction and Rejuvenation Moderators: Scott Bartlett, MD, 4 : 1 5 – 4 : 3 0 PM “Stem cells and follicles – can we really grow hair?” Frederick Menick, MD, William Little, MD George Cotsarelis, MD12: 00 – 1: 00 P M Lunch 4 : 3 0 – 4 : 4 5 PM “Replacing like with like: advances in reconstructive transplantation” Suhail Kanchwala, MD R e c ons truc ti on a nd R e j uv e na tio n 4 : 4 5 – 5 : 0 0 PM “Molecular advances in adipose tissue biology and aging” Ivona Percec, MD, PhD of Low e r Fa c e a nd N e c k Moderators: Z. Paul Lorenc MD, 5 : 0 0 – 5 : 1 5 PM “Minimally invasive approaches: foe or friend?” Jonathan Cook MD, and Peter Quinn, DMD, MD Guest: Z. Paul Lorenc, MD1: 00 – 1: 10 P M Critical Anatomy of the Lower Face and Neck 5 : 1 5 – 5 : 3 0 PM “Advances in TMJ reconstruction” Eric Granquist, DMD, MD Peter Quinn, DMD, MD1: 10 – 1: 25 P M Reconstruction of the Lower Face from the 5 : 3 0 – 5 : 4 5 PM “Psychosocial burden of facial disfigurement” Plastic Surgery Perspective David Sarwer, PhD David Low, MD 5 : 4 5 PM Adjourn1: 25 – 1: 40 P M Reconstruction of the Lower Face from the Otorhinolaryngology Perspective 6 : 0 0 PM Cocktail Reception Ara Chalian, MD1: 40 – 1: 55 P M Reconstruction of the Lower Face from the Oral & S a t u r d a y, N o v e mb e r 1 7 Maxillofacial Surgery Perspective Lee Carrasco, DDS, MD 6:45 – 7:45 AM Registration & Breakfast1: 55 – 2: 15 P M Reconstruction of the Lower Face from the Dermatologic Surgery Perspective Guest: Jonathan Cook, MD - “Helpful local flaps for Reconstruction and Rejuvenation of Upper Face, soft tissue defects of the upper and lower lip” Scalp, & Ears Moderators: Glenn Jelks, MD, Tri Nguyen, MD,2: 15 – 2: 35 P M Surgical Rejuvenation of the Lower Face and James Katowitz, MD Louis Bucky, MD 8:00 – 8:10 AM Critical Anatomy of the Upper Face2: 35 – 2: 55 P M Nonsurgical Rejuvenation of the Lower Face Stephen Kovach, MD Guest: Z. Paul Lorenc, MD 8:10 – 8:25 AM Reconstruction of the Upper Face from the Plastic2: 55 – 3: 10 P M Q & A and Panel Discussion: Surgery Perspective Scott Bartlett, MD Moderators: Z. Paul Lorenc, MD, Jonathan Cook, MD, and Peter Quinn, DMD, MD and Speakers 8:25 – 8:40 AM Reconstruction of the Upper Face from the Oculoplastic Surgery Perspective3: 10 – 3: 30 P M Break William Katowitz, MD
REG IST RAT IO N FO R M8: 40 – 9: 00 AM Reconstruction of the Upper Face from the Dermatologic Surgery Perspective COMPREHENSIVE FACIAL RECONSTRUCTION Guest: Tri Nguyen, MD An Interdisciplinary Approach to Restoring the Human Face “Combining different repairs for difficult wounds” Fr iday and Sat ur d a y, Novemb e r 16- 17 , 201 29: 00 – 9: 15 AM Surgical Rejuvenation of the Upper Face Register on-line at cme.med.upenn.edu/eventschedule.html Linton Whitaker, MD You may also Mail or Fax Payment and Registration Information to: Conference Coordinator, Office of Continuing Medical Education9: 15 – 9: 30 AM Nonsurgical Rejuvenation of Scars and Skin Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania Joseph Sobanko, MD 333 Blockley Hall, 423 Guardian Drive, Philadelphia, PA 19104-6021 Phone: 215-898-6400 or 215-898-8005; Fax: 215-898-1888 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org: 30 – 9: 45 AM Q & A and Panel Discussion: P le a s e P rint or Ty pe Moderators: Glenn Jelks, MD, Tri Nguyen, MD, Last Name First Name Middle Initial Academic Degree James Katowitz, MD, and Speakers Affiliation (Hospital, Office, or Company)9: 45 – 10: 05 AM Break Address (¨Home or ¨Affiliation)10: 05 – 10:50 AM Combining Surgical and Nonsurgical Approaches for Upper Face Rejuvenation and Reconstruction City State Zip Guest: Glenn Jelks, MD Phone Number Fax Number10: 50 – 11:35 AM Challenging Cases in Upper Face Reconstruction and Rejuvenation Email Moderators: Glenn Jelks, MD, Tri Nguyen, MD, and James Katowitz, MD REGISTRATON FEES: Includes 2 continental breakfasts, 2 lunches, refreshment breaks, and a course syllabus On or Before 10/1/12:11: 35 – 11:50 AM “Beta blockers for hemangiomas” Practicing Physician $525.00 Patrick McMahon, MD Allied Health Professionals, Residents, Fellows, Others $350.0011: 50 – 12:05 P M “Fat grafting to the face” After 10/1/12: Louis Bucky, MD Practicing Physician $600.00 Allied Health Professionals, Residents, Fellows, Others $400.0012: 05 – 12:20 P M “Avoiding complications in periorbital interventions” Guest: Glenn Jelks, MD Optional Cadaver Dissection: Practicing Physician $600.0012: 20 – 12:35 P M “Towards engineering the craniofacial skeleton” Residents, Fellows, Others Healthcare Professionals $400.00 Jesse Taylor, MD PAYMENT METHOD:12: 35 – 12:50 P M Concluding Remarks/Adjourn Make check payable to: Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania/CME Ivona Percec, MD, PhD and Joseph Sobanko, MD ¨Visa ¨MasterCard ¨American Express ¨Discover1: 00 – 1: 45 P M Lunch Cardholder Name: Depart to Cadaver Lab: Pre-registered Participants Only Authorization Signature:2: 00 – 7: 00 P M Cadaveric Prosection and Dissection (Led by Guest and Penn faculty) Card #: Exp. Date: Security Code: