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  1. 1. General Information providers, you will learn what it means to truly delve into the lives of the survivors as they deal with loss, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Traumatic Brain Injuries, physical disabilities, and the emotional cost of going to war. A copy of David Finkels book, The Good Soldiers, will be given at no additional cost to paying registrants at the conference. An option for additional CME based on an independent study of theObjectives book will also be offered at no cost by request.Upon completion of this program, participants should be able to: • Discuss commonly misunderstood concepts of COPD. Registration • Discuss current best outpatient practice for patients with heart failure. While registration is open until the start of the conference, we encourage early registration to enable • Discuss value of available interventions to protect from or correct valvular disease. us to provide the best possible service to participants. All but $35 of the fee is refundable if inability • Review the importance of home and ambulatory blood pressure measurements to augment to attend is made known on or before September 13, 2012. Refunds will not be made after this date. conventional office blood pressures in the evaluation and management of hypertension. For on-site registration an additional fee of $25 will be added. • Recognize when specialist care is required for patients with chronic/advanced kidney disease. • Discuss challenges and outcomes for lung transplantation. Credit • Discuss the treatment options for renal diseases in a primary care setting. Physician: The University of Iowa Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing Progress Internal Medicine • Review 2011-12 studies that are likely to impact the practice of clinical cardiology. • Review the treatment options for pulmonary diseases in a primary care setting. • Review approaches to complicated acid-base disorders. medical education for physicians. The University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 14.75 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with in • Use portable ultrasound. Internal Medicine • Discuss the most popular and useful applications for mobile computing technology in clinical practice. the extent of their participation in the activity. • Describe how to implement red blood cell transfusion best practices in your practice. September 27: 7.75 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM (includes lunch session) Thursday & Friday, September 27 – 28, 2012 • Recognize atrial fibrillation and discuss treatment options. September 28: 7.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM (includes lunch session) Thursday & Friday, September 27 – 28, 2012 • Describe the advantages and disadvantages of dabigatran compared to warfarin for atrial Nurse: This program is offered in cooperation with the University of Iowa College of Nursing, an fibrillation patients. Iowa Board of Nursing approved provider, number 1. Full time attendance will award 17.7 contact • Summarize the importance of appropriate nocturnal blood pressure control. hours. Program number 12 271 93 has been assigned. • Recognize the risks of excessive and evening high BP lowering medication. 100 Medicine Administration Building September 27: 9.3 contact hours (includes lunch session) • Relate to experience of combat Veterans September 28: 8.4 contact hours (includes lunch session) Continuing Medical Education • Explain why the health care needs of combat Veterans are different than the needs of non-combat Family Physician: Application for CME credit has been filed with the American Academy of Family Iowa City, Iowa 52242-1101 Veterans. Physicians. Determination of credit is pending. • Identify why combat Veterans may be withdrawn and not open to sharing combat experiences. Sheraton Iowa City Hotel Purpose: Through case presentations, hands on activities, • Recognize that listening to the combat Veteran is pivotal in developing a trusting relationship Housing, Parking, Emergency Contact 210 S. Dubuque Street and exercises on innovations and controversies in with the health care provider. A limited number of rooms have been reserved at the Sheraton Iowa City Hotel. Room rates for cardiovascular, renal, and pulmonary medicine, participants Iowa City, Iowa • Detect symptoms of combat-related Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). September 26 and 27, 2012 are $124 per night, excluding taxes. Registrants are responsible for making will be able to practice essential basic skills and add to their • Advocate for Veteran patients. their own reservations and may do so by contacting the Sheraton Iowa City Hotel at 1 (800) 848-1335 HIGHLIGHTS: knowledge of diagnostic and therapeutic options. • Practice empathy for the Veteran – wounded warriors. or (319) 337-4058. Please reference “Progress in Internal Medicine” to receive the special conference Cardiovascular Medicine, • Explain evidence base for guiding lipid modifying drug choice for cardiovascular prevention. room rates. Rooms will be held in reserve until August 27, 2012. Nephrology, Pulmonary, The involvement of pharmacists in the program faculty • Identify common kidney transplant-related complications and how to respond to each. Parking is available in the ramp adjacent to the hotel at prevailing rates. You may be reached during and on the agenda reflects University of Iowa research that Critical Care, and Progress • Explain common misinterpretation errors through the use of a systematic approach to the conference hours for emergency calls at (319) 337-4058. Please have the caller identify the Progress in suggests that a collaborative relationship between physician interpretation of the electrocardiogram. Occupational Medicine Internal Medicine conference. and pharmacist achieves significantly better results in patient • Discuss auscultation of cardiac murmurs and their significance. in SPONSORED BY: treatment options. Special Events: HOMECOMING UI Homecoming festivities are scheduled for downtown Iowa City the evening of Friday, September University of Iowa Roy J.Meet the Professor Lunch Intended Audience: Primary care physicians, physician 28, 2012. The Iowa Hawkeye football team will take on the University of Minnesota Gophers at and Lucille A. Carver CollegeAdditional CME and CE credit will be offered over lunch for an additional fee. Participants are assistants, nurse practitioners and nurses. University of Iowa Homecoming Weekend Big Ten Football, Iowa vs. Minnesotaencouraged to take specific, case-based questions to the meet-the-professor lunches. The cost to Kinnick Stadium at 11:00 am on Saturday, September 29, 2012. A block of tickets is being held of Medicine, Department of The Good Soldiers Washington Postattend lunch is an additional $20 per day. The sessions are optional and will award .75 AMA PRA for conference attendees and may be purchased online though the University of Iowa Athletic Internal Medicine Syllabus Materials: Course syllabus materials will be Special Events: SPECIAL GUEST: David Louis FinkelCategory 1 CreditsTM per session. Lunch will be provided to those attending a session; otherwise Ticket office. Cost is $65 per ticket plus a $3.00 processing fee per order and $1.00 per ticket fee. emailed as a link to registered participants the week prior to author oflunch is on your own. from the Information on how to order tickets will be sent with your conference confirmation letter. All ticket the meeting. CDs will also be available the day of the inquiries must be directed to the Athletic Ticket Office at 1-800-IA-HAWKS. The CME Division meeting. Please note that print copies of the syllabus will Saturday, September 29 Homecoming ParadeSpecial Guest Friday, September 28 does not place ticket orders and does not refund tickets. not be provided. You are encouraged to download or printDavid Finkel, a writer and editor for the Washington Post, spent eight months with troops in Iraq to A limited number of rooms have been reserved for September 28 and 29, 2012, at the Sheraton materials you wish to use in advance. You may also bringfind out what young Americans go through when theyre sent to war. Iowa City Hotel at the rate of $269 per night, excluding taxes. Please reference Progress in Internal your laptop, however there will not be electrical outlets so Medicine Football Block” to receive the special conference room rates. Rooms will be held in reserveThe Good Soldiers follows the 2-16 (Second Battalion, Sixteenth Infantry Regiment) through a year you will need to run your laptop off the battery. until August 15, 2012.of intense combat, personal sacrifice, and pain in the slums of Baghdad, Iraq. As health care
  2. 2. General Information providers, you will learn what it means to truly delve into the lives of the survivors as they deal with loss, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Traumatic Brain Injuries, physical disabilities, and the emotional cost of going to war. A copy of David Finkels book, The Good Soldiers, will be given at no additional cost to paying registrants at the conference. An option for additional CME based on an independent study of theObjectives book will also be offered at no cost by request.Upon completion of this program, participants should be able to: • Discuss commonly misunderstood concepts of COPD. Registration • Discuss current best outpatient practice for patients with heart failure. While registration is open until the start of the conference, we encourage early registration to enable • Discuss value of available interventions to protect from or correct valvular disease. us to provide the best possible service to participants. All but $35 of the fee is refundable if inability • Review the importance of home and ambulatory blood pressure measurements to augment to attend is made known on or before September 13, 2012. Refunds will not be made after this date. conventional office blood pressures in the evaluation and management of hypertension. For on-site registration an additional fee of $25 will be added. • Recognize when specialist care is required for patients with chronic/advanced kidney disease. • Discuss challenges and outcomes for lung transplantation. Credit • Discuss the treatment options for renal diseases in a primary care setting. Physician: The University of Iowa Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing Progress Internal Medicine • Review 2011-12 studies that are likely to impact the practice of clinical cardiology. • Review the treatment options for pulmonary diseases in a primary care setting. • Review approaches to complicated acid-base disorders. medical education for physicians. The University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 14.75 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with in • Use portable ultrasound. Internal Medicine • Discuss the most popular and useful applications for mobile computing technology in clinical practice. the extent of their participation in the activity. • Describe how to implement red blood cell transfusion best practices in your practice. September 27: 7.75 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM (includes lunch session) Thursday & Friday, September 27 – 28, 2012 • Recognize atrial fibrillation and discuss treatment options. September 28: 7.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM (includes lunch session) Thursday & Friday, September 27 – 28, 2012 • Describe the advantages and disadvantages of dabigatran compared to warfarin for atrial Nurse: This program is offered in cooperation with the University of Iowa College of Nursing, an fibrillation patients. Iowa Board of Nursing approved provider, number 1. Full time attendance will award 17.7 contact • Summarize the importance of appropriate nocturnal blood pressure control. hours. Program number 12 271 93 has been assigned. • Recognize the risks of excessive and evening high BP lowering medication. 100 Medicine Administration Building September 27: 9.3 contact hours (includes lunch session) • Relate to experience of combat Veterans September 28: 8.4 contact hours (includes lunch session) Continuing Medical Education • Explain why the health care needs of combat Veterans are different than the needs of non-combat Family Physician: Application for CME credit has been filed with the American Academy of Family Iowa City, Iowa 52242-1101 Veterans. Physicians. Determination of credit is pending. • Identify why combat Veterans may be withdrawn and not open to sharing combat experiences. Sheraton Iowa City Hotel Purpose: Through case presentations, hands on activities, • Recognize that listening to the combat Veteran is pivotal in developing a trusting relationship Housing, Parking, Emergency Contact 210 S. Dubuque Street and exercises on innovations and controversies in with the health care provider. A limited number of rooms have been reserved at the Sheraton Iowa City Hotel. Room rates for cardiovascular, renal, and pulmonary medicine, participants Iowa City, Iowa • Detect symptoms of combat-related Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). September 26 and 27, 2012 are $124 per night, excluding taxes. Registrants are responsible for making will be able to practice essential basic skills and add to their • Advocate for Veteran patients. their own reservations and may do so by contacting the Sheraton Iowa City Hotel at 1 (800) 848-1335 HIGHLIGHTS: knowledge of diagnostic and therapeutic options. • Practice empathy for the Veteran – wounded warriors. or (319) 337-4058. Please reference “Progress in Internal Medicine” to receive the special conference Cardiovascular Medicine, • Explain evidence base for guiding lipid modifying drug choice for cardiovascular prevention. room rates. Rooms will be held in reserve until August 27, 2012. Nephrology, Pulmonary, The involvement of pharmacists in the program faculty • Identify common kidney transplant-related complications and how to respond to each. Parking is available in the ramp adjacent to the hotel at prevailing rates. You may be reached during and on the agenda reflects University of Iowa research that Critical Care, and Progress • Explain common misinterpretation errors through the use of a systematic approach to the conference hours for emergency calls at (319) 337-4058. Please have the caller identify the Progress in suggests that a collaborative relationship between physician interpretation of the electrocardiogram. Occupational Medicine Internal Medicine conference. and pharmacist achieves significantly better results in patient • Discuss auscultation of cardiac murmurs and their significance. in SPONSORED BY: treatment options. Special Events: HOMECOMING UI Homecoming festivities are scheduled for downtown Iowa City the evening of Friday, September University of Iowa Roy J.Meet the Professor Lunch Intended Audience: Primary care physicians, physician 28, 2012. The Iowa Hawkeye football team will take on the University of Minnesota Gophers at and Lucille A. Carver CollegeAdditional CME and CE credit will be offered over lunch for an additional fee. Participants are assistants, nurse practitioners and nurses. University of Iowa Homecoming Weekend Big Ten Football, Iowa vs. Minnesotaencouraged to take specific, case-based questions to the meet-the-professor lunches. The cost to Kinnick Stadium at 11:00 am on Saturday, September 29, 2012. A block of tickets is being held of Medicine, Department of The Good Soldiers Washington Postattend lunch is an additional $20 per day. The sessions are optional and will award .75 AMA PRA for conference attendees and may be purchased online though the University of Iowa Athletic Internal Medicine Syllabus Materials: Course syllabus materials will be Special Events: SPECIAL GUEST: David Louis FinkelCategory 1 CreditsTM per session. Lunch will be provided to those attending a session; otherwise Ticket office. Cost is $65 per ticket plus a $3.00 processing fee per order and $1.00 per ticket fee. emailed as a link to registered participants the week prior to author oflunch is on your own. from the Information on how to order tickets will be sent with your conference confirmation letter. All ticket the meeting. CDs will also be available the day of the inquiries must be directed to the Athletic Ticket Office at 1-800-IA-HAWKS. The CME Division meeting. Please note that print copies of the syllabus will Saturday, September 29 Homecoming ParadeSpecial Guest Friday, September 28 does not place ticket orders and does not refund tickets. not be provided. You are encouraged to download or printDavid Finkel, a writer and editor for the Washington Post, spent eight months with troops in Iraq to A limited number of rooms have been reserved for September 28 and 29, 2012, at the Sheraton Iowa materials you wish to use in advance. You may also bringfind out what young Americans go through when theyre sent to war. City Hotel at the rate of $269 per night, excluding taxes. Please reference the “Progress in Internal your laptop, however there will not be electrical outlets so Medicine Football Block” to receive the special conference room rates. Rooms will be held in reserveThe Good Soldiers follows the 2-16 (Second Battalion, Sixteenth Infantry Regiment) through a year you will need to run your laptop off the battery. until August 15, 2012.of intense combat, personal sacrifice, and pain in the slums of Baghdad, Iraq. As health care
  3. 3. Registration Program Faculty Progress in Internal Medicine 2012 Sheraton Iowa City Hotel Print clearly Name________________________________________________________ Program Agenda 210 S. Dubuque Street, Iowa City, Iowa Address______________________________________________________Guest Faculty Thursday, September 27, 2012 Friday, September 28, 2012 City__________________________________________________________David Louis Finkel _______________ 7:30 a.m. Registration and Continental Breakfast 7:30 a.m. Registration and Continental BreakfastWriter and Editor, The Washington Post, Silver Springs, Maryland Degree State/ Zip ____________________________________________________ MODERATOR – Joel A. Gordon, MD MODERATOR: Joel A. Gordon, MDUniversity of Iowa Faculty _______________ Phone _______________________________________________________ 8:30 Welcome and Announcements – Joel A. Gordon, MD 8:00 Transfusion Practice: Evidence Based Risk/Benefit Strategies SpecialtyUniversity of Iowa Department of Internal Medicine E-mail________________________________________________________ Richard F. LeBlond, MD Department of 8:45 10 Clinical Myths about COPD BustedUI Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine Ophthalmology Company or Business Name ____________________________________ Jeffrey S. Wilson, MD 8:45 Management of Atrial Fibrillation Sohan Hayreh, MD, PhD Michael G. Kienzle, MDJoel A. Gordon, MD Frances L. Johnson, MD 9:30 Heart Failure in the Outpatient Setting Professor EmeritusProfessor and Course Director Associate Professor For Office Use Only PN: 12-271-01Division of Nephrology Division of Cardiovascular Medicine Frances L. Johnson, MD 9:30 The Merits of Warfarin versus Dabigatran: From the Case Book University of Iowa John Swegle, PharmD AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM_______ CEUs __________ Date ______________ 10:15 BreakDale Bieber, MD, MS Michael G. Kienzle, MD College of PharmacyAssociate Professor Professor Michael E. Ernst, PharmD 10:15 BreakDivision of General Internal Medicine Division of Cardiovascular Medicine 10:30 Valvular Heart Disease: Is Less More? Professor For on-site registration an additional fee of $25 will be added. James D. Rossen, MD 10:30 Controversy: Should antihypertensive meds be prescribed at night?Christopher D. Blosser, MD Julia Klesney-Tait, MD, PhD Ryan B. Jacobsen, PharmD, BCPS Registration Fees Pro- Lawrence G. Hunsicker, MD; NephrologyAssistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Physicians @ $415 $__________ 11:15 Does 19th Century Technology Still Dominate Your Practice? Con- Sohan Hayreh, MD, PhD; OphthalmologyDivision of Nephrology Division of Pulmonary, Critical Physicians 1 Day Only @ $255 o Thursday o Friday $__________ Evaluating Blood Pressure in the 21st Century Care, and Occupational Medicine John Swegle, PharmDDonald D. Brown, MD Nurses/Allied Health Professionals @ $295 $__________ Michael E. Ernst, PharmD 11:15 The Good Soldiers Associate ProfessorProfessor Richard F. LeBlond, MD Nurses/Allied Health Professionals 1 Day Only @ $165 o Thursday o Friday $__________ David FinkelDivision of Cardiovascular Medicine Professor Residents in training @ $135 $__________ 12:00 Meet the Professor Lunch Division of General Internal Lunch – Thursday @ $20 $__________ When Should a Primary Care Provider Refer Patients with CKD to a 12:00 Meet the Professor Lunch: When War Enters the Waiting RoomKanu Chatterjee, MDProfessor Medicine Lunch – Friday @ $20 $__________ Nephrologist, and Why? Rebecca L. Hegeman, MD David FinkelDivision of Cardiovascular Medicine On-site registration additional $25 $__________ Jennifer Robinson, MD, MPH Lung Transplant Update Julia Klesney-Tait, MD, PhD Challenges in Lipid Management: New Guidelines/New TargetsKevin Doerschug, MD, MS Professor, Division of Total $__________ Jennifer Robinson, MD, MPHAssociate Professor Cardiovascular Medicine AFTERNOON SESSIONS: MODERATOR – Joel A. Gordon, MDDivision of Pulmonary, Critical College of Public Health, Division Method of Payment 1:00 Clinical Pearls in Nephrology – Mony Fraer, MD, FACP, FASN AFTERNOON SESSIONSCare, and Occupational Medicine of Epidemiology Payment is required at time of registration. We will not consider you registered until payment is received. 1:15 CONCURRENT WORKSHOP SESSION 1 James D. Rossen, MD o I enclose a check made payable to The University of Iowa in the amount of $ ______________ 1:30 Clinical Pearls Cardiology – Byron Vandenberg, MDMony Fraer, MD, FACP, FASN A Case-Based Approach to Primary Care of the Renal Transplant PatientAssistant Professor Professor Christopher D. Blosser, MD o Please charge registration and tuition fees to my: o VISA o Master Card 2:00 Clinical Pearls in Pulmonary and Critical Care MedicineDivision of Nephrology Division of Cardiovascular Medicine Douglas B. Hornick, MD Byron Vandenberg, MD Cardholder name (please print)____________________________________________________________ What Primary Care Providers Should Know about EKG: The Top 10 Rebecca L. Hegeman, MD Associate Professor 2:30 Break Tricks of the Trade – Donald D. Brown, MDAssociate Professor Account Number________________________________________________________________________Division of Nephrology Division of Cardiovascular Medicine Expiration Date_______________________ 3-digit security code on back ___________________ 2:45 CONCURRENT WORKSHOP SESSION 1 The Value of Cardiac Auscultation in the 21st CenturyDouglas B. Hornick, MD Jeffrey S. Wilson, MD Kanu Chatterjee, MD Professor Acid Base Puzzlers for the Primary Care PhysicianProfessor Signature _____________________________________________________________________ Division of Pulmonary, Critical Joel A. Gordon, MD 2:30 BreakDivision of Pulmonary, CriticalCare, and Occupational Medicine Care, and Occupational Medicine Bedside Ultrasound: Has the Time Arrived? 2:45 CONCURRENT WORKSHOP SESSION 2Lawrence G. Hunsicker, MD Kevin Doerschug, MD, MSProfessor Four Ways to Register Repeat of Session 1 WorkshopsDivision of Nephrology Mobile Device Apps You Can’t Afford NOT to Have + 4:00 Adjourn University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine ( Phone: Dale Bieber, MD, MS and Ryan B. Jacobsen, PharmD, BCPS Continuing Medical Education Division (319) 335-8599 100 Medicine Administration Building 4:00 CONCURRENT WORKSHOP SESSION 2 The University of Iowa prohibits discrimination in employment, educational programs, and activities on the basis of race, national origin, color, creed, religion, sex, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation,Determination of educational content for this program and the selection of speakers are responsibilitiesof the program director. Firms providing financial support did not have input in these areas. Iowa City, Iowa 52242-1101 ) FAX registration to: Repeat of Session 1 Workshops gender identity, or associational preference. The University also affirms its commitment to providing equal (319) 335-8327 8 Online: www.medicine.uiowa.edu/cme 5:15 Adjourn opportunities and equal access to University facilities. For additional information contact the Office of Equal Opportunity and Diversity, (319) 335-0705.DISCLOSURE POLICY: Everyone in a position to control the content of this educational activity and click on Upcoming Conferenceswill disclose to the CME provider and to attendees all relevant financial relationships with any Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all University of Iowa sponsored events. If you are a For additional information on this program and other upcoming CME events at the UI Carver College person with a disability who requires an accommodation in order to participate in this program, please contactcommercial interest. of Medicine, please visit www.medicine.uiowa.edu/cme/. the Continuing Medical Education Division in advance at (319) 335-8599.
  4. 4. Registration Program Faculty Progress in Internal Medicine 2012 Sheraton Iowa City Hotel Print clearly Name________________________________________________________ Program Agenda 210 S. Dubuque Street, Iowa City, Iowa Address______________________________________________________Guest Faculty Thursday, September 27, 2012 Friday, September 28, 2012 City__________________________________________________________David Louis Finkel _______________ 7:30 a.m. Registration and Continental Breakfast 7:30 a.m. Registration and Continental BreakfastWriter and Editor, The Washington Post, Silver Springs, Maryland Degree State/ Zip ____________________________________________________ MODERATOR – Joel A. Gordon, MD MODERATOR: Joel A. Gordon, MDUniversity of Iowa Faculty _______________ Phone _______________________________________________________ 8:30 Welcome and Announcements – Joel A. Gordon, MD 8:00 Transfusion Practice: Evidence Based Risk/Benefit Strategies SpecialtyUniversity of Iowa Department of Internal Medicine E-mail________________________________________________________ Richard F. LeBlond, MD Department of 8:45 10 Clinical Myths about COPD BustedUI Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine Ophthalmology Company or Business Name ____________________________________ Jeffrey S. Wilson, MD 8:45 Management of Atrial Fibrillation Sohan Hayreh, MD, PhD Michael G. Kienzle, MDJoel A. Gordon, MD Frances L. Johnson, MD 9:30 Heart Failure in the Outpatient Setting Professor EmeritusProfessor and Course Director Associate Professor For Office Use Only PN: 12-271-01Division of Nephrology Division of Cardiovascular Medicine Frances L. Johnson, MD 9:30 The Merits of Warfarin versus Dabigatran: From the Case Book University of Iowa John Swegle, PharmD AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM_______ CEUs __________ Date ______________ 10:15 BreakDale Bieber, MD, MS Michael G. Kienzle, MD College of PharmacyAssociate Professor Professor Michael E. Ernst, PharmD 10:15 BreakDivision of General Internal Medicine Division of Cardiovascular Medicine 10:30 Valvular Heart Disease: Is Less More? Professor For on-site registration an additional fee of $25 will be added. James D. Rossen, MD 10:30 Controversy: Should antihypertensive meds be prescribed at night?Christopher D. Blosser, MD Julia Klesney-Tait, MD, PhD Ryan B. Jacobsen, PharmD, BCPS Registration Fees Pro- Lawrence G. Hunsicker, MD; NephrologyAssistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Physicians @ $415 $__________ 11:15 Does 19th Century Technology Still Dominate Your Practice? Con- Sohan Hayreh, MD, PhD; OphthalmologyDivision of Nephrology Division of Pulmonary, Critical Physicians 1 Day Only @ $255 o Thursday o Friday $__________ Evaluating Blood Pressure in the 21st Century Care, and Occupational Medicine John Swegle, PharmDDonald D. Brown, MD Nurses/Allied Health Professionals @ $295 $__________ Michael E. Ernst, PharmD 11:15 The Good Soldiers Associate ProfessorProfessor Richard F. LeBlond, MD Nurses/Allied Health Professionals 1 Day Only @ $165 o Thursday o Friday $__________ David FinkelDivision of Cardiovascular Medicine Professor Residents in training @ $135 $__________ 12:00 Meet the Professor Lunch Division of General Internal Lunch – Thursday @ $20 $__________ When Should a Primary Care Provider Refer Patients with CKD to a 12:00 Meet the Professor Lunch: When War Enters the Waiting RoomKanu Chatterjee, MDProfessor Medicine Lunch – Friday @ $20 $__________ Nephrologist, and Why? Rebecca L. Hegeman, MD David FinkelDivision of Cardiovascular Medicine On-site registration additional $25 $__________ Jennifer Robinson, MD, MPH Lung Transplant Update Julia Klesney-Tait, MD, PhD Challenges in Lipid Management: New Guidelines/New TargetsKevin Doerschug, MD, MS Professor, Division of Total $__________ Jennifer Robinson, MD, MPHAssociate Professor Cardiovascular Medicine AFTERNOON SESSIONS: MODERATOR – Joel A. Gordon, MDDivision of Pulmonary, Critical College of Public Health, Division Method of Payment 1:00 Clinical Pearls in Nephrology – Mony Fraer, MD, FACP, FASN AFTERNOON SESSIONSCare, and Occupational Medicine of Epidemiology Payment is required at time of registration. We will not consider you registered until payment is received. 1:15 CONCURRENT WORKSHOP SESSION 1 James D. Rossen, MD o I enclose a check made payable to The University of Iowa in the amount of $ ______________ 1:30 Clinical Pearls Cardiology – Byron Vandenberg, MDMony Fraer, MD, FACP, FASN A Case-Based Approach to Primary Care of the Renal Transplant PatientAssistant Professor Professor Christopher D. Blosser, MD o Please charge registration and tuition fees to my: o VISA o Master Card 2:00 Clinical Pearls in Pulmonary and Critical Care MedicineDivision of Nephrology Division of Cardiovascular Medicine Douglas B. Hornick, MD Byron Vandenberg, MD Cardholder name (please print)____________________________________________________________ What Primary Care Providers Should Know about EKG: The Top 10 Rebecca L. Hegeman, MD Associate Professor 2:30 Break Tricks of the Trade – Donald D. Brown, MDAssociate Professor Account Number________________________________________________________________________Division of Nephrology Division of Cardiovascular Medicine Expiration Date_______________________ 3-digit security code on back ___________________ 2:45 CONCURRENT WORKSHOP SESSION 1 The Value of Cardiac Auscultation in the 21st CenturyDouglas B. Hornick, MD Jeffrey S. Wilson, MD Kanu Chatterjee, MD Professor Acid Base Puzzlers for the Primary Care PhysicianProfessor Signature _____________________________________________________________________ Division of Pulmonary, Critical Joel A. Gordon, MD 2:30 BreakDivision of Pulmonary, CriticalCare, and Occupational Medicine Care, and Occupational Medicine Bedside Ultrasound: Has the Time Arrived? 2:45 CONCURRENT WORKSHOP SESSION 2Lawrence G. Hunsicker, MD Kevin Doerschug, MD, MSProfessor Four Ways to Register Repeat of Session 1 WorkshopsDivision of Nephrology Mobile Device Apps You Can’t Afford NOT to Have + 4:00 Adjourn University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine ( Phone: Dale Bieber, MD, MS and Ryan B. Jacobsen, PharmD, BCPS Continuing Medical Education Division (319) 335-8599 100 Medicine Administration Building 4:00 CONCURRENT WORKSHOP SESSION 2 The University of Iowa prohibits discrimination in employment, educational programs, and activities on the basis of race, national origin, color, creed, religion, sex, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation,Determination of educational content for this program and the selection of speakers are responsibilitiesof the program director. Firms providing financial support did not have input in these areas. Iowa City, Iowa 52242-1101 ) FAX registration to: Repeat of Session 1 Workshops gender identity, or associational preference. The University also affirms its commitment to providing equal (319) 335-8327 8 Online: www.medicine.uiowa.edu/cme 5:15 Adjourn opportunities and equal access to University facilities. For additional information contact the Office of Equal Opportunity and Diversity, (319) 335-0705.DISCLOSURE POLICY: Everyone in a position to control the content of this educational activity and click on Upcoming Conferenceswill disclose to the CME provider and to attendees all relevant financial relationships with any Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all University of Iowa sponsored events. If you are a For additional information on this program and other upcoming CME events at the UI Carver College person with a disability who requires an accommodation in order to participate in this program, please contactcommercial interest. of Medicine, please visit www.medicine.uiowa.edu/cme/. the Continuing Medical Education Division in advance at (319) 335-8599.

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