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Texas Dermatological Society 2012 Fall Annual Conference

  1. 1. You are invited to be a part of theTexas Dermatological Society 2012 Annual Fall Meeting November 2-3, 2012 Hyatt Lost Pines Bastrop, TX Attendee Brochure Educational Program jointly sponsored by Scott & White and the Texas Dermatological Society
  2. 2. HighlightsThis year’s Annual Fall Meeting will be held at the HyattLost Pines in Bastrop, TX. Thank you to local hostsDayna Diven, MD and Jason Reichenberg, MD fordeveloping the CME program, meeting events and thepatient viewing presentation.Support Your Future PartnerTo encourage resident attendance, TDS offers travel stipendsto offset the travel and lodging costs for residents to attendthe meeting. Please consider donating $25 to this fund.Donors will be acknowledged in the TDS newsletter andwith special ribbons at the meeting.Target AudienceThe target audience is dermatologists, dermatologicalsurgeons, pediatric dermatologists and residents indermatology. Educational Methods used will includelectures, resident presentations, and case presentations. Questions? Laura Madole, Executive DirectorExpected Attendance Laura.Madole@texmed.org• 175-225 Dermatologist• 35 Exhibiting Companies Amy Lawson, Registration Coordinator Amy.Lawson@texmed.orgAccreditation Statement P: (512) 370-1502This activity has been planned and implemented in F: (512) 370-1626accordance with Essential Areas and Policies of theAccreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education www.texasdermatology.org(ACCME) through the joint sponsorship of Scott & Whiteand the Texas Dermatological Society. Scott & White isaccredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medicaleducation for physicians. Business MeetingScott & White designates this educational activity for a Everyone is welcome to attend the business meeting, butmaximum of 11.5 AMA PRA category 1 Credits™. Physicians only Active, Associate, Affiliate, Honorary and Life membersshould only claim credit commensurate with the extent of of TDS may vote. The business luncheon will held ontheir participation in the activity. Saturday.Ethics: The presentation “Human Trafficking.” on FridayNovember 2nd fulfills 1 hour of the ethics/professional TDS Exhibit Hall –responsibility hour required for Texas licensure. Door Prize Drawings!Registration Please take time to visit our exhibitors as they help keep the cost of this meeting low for attendees. TDS will host a doorAdvance registration for the meeting and for all social prize drawing for those of you who visit the exhibitors.events is important. The deadline for advance registration Please note exhibiting hours:is October 12th to ensure participation in social events andmeal functions. TDS must receive notice of cancellation Friday 11:00am - 7:00pmfor refund postmarked no later than October 12th. A $25 Saturday 7:00am - 3:00pmfee will be deducted from the registration fee paid to coverprocessing charges. Non-attendance does not constitutenotice of cancellation. Special Considerations We do try to control the temperature in the meeting room,The early bird deadline to register is October 12, 2012. but for your comfort, please bring a jacket.
  3. 3. Meeting Location HYATT TRAIL RIDES $80 Riders will want to take advantage of these lessons and the opportunity to ride along the trail and golf course.Hyatt Lost Pines Recommended for beginning riders and all levels. Minimum of 8 years old and at least 48” tall.575 Hyatt Lost Pines Road Monday - Saturday: 9:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m.,Lost Pines, Texas, 78612 12:00 p.m.P: (888) 421-1442 PONY RIDES $35 includes pictureTDS has a special room rate of Introduce your youngster to a new experience! They’ll delight$199 for single/doubles. Room rates in discovering how to interact with our ponies in the greatdo not include tax. Please call the outdoors. Children ages 2 to 10 years old, under 48 inches tallphone number above by October 12, 2012 to make your are welcome.reservations. Be sure to mention that you are part of the Monday - Saturday: 9:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m.,TDS meeting. Individual reservations may be cancelled prior 12:00 p.m.to 72 hours of arrival date with no penalty. Our resort mascots are officially part-time employees at Hyatt Lost Pines. You can find them on site four days of the week,Hotel Information during peak-season. Percheron Draft Horses, Julius and CaesarCheck-in: 4 pm earn their keep toting guests around in their big red wagon.Check-out: 11 am T-Bone and RibEye, our Texas Longhorn steers, are alwaysValet Parking: $17 per day, with in/out privileges ready for you to climb in their saddle for a priceless photo andSelf- Parking: Complimentary ever-lasting memory. Don’t forget your camera!Event/Day Parking: $5 per day parking New to the resort line-up is Hoss, our loveable and affectionate landseer Newfoundland. Hoss can be found at his “ranch” on the Riversong Lawn porch or in the big red wagon with hisAbout Hyatt Lost Pines “brothers” Julius and Caesar.Resort and Spa Crooked River Water ParkEscape to the infinite comfort of Hyatt Lost Pines Resort Splash around in our own oasis, filled with shimmering pools,and Spa. Set along the Colorado River, the graciousness and waterfalls, spray fountains and plenty of fun for everyone!gentility of historic Austin, Texas abound here. Only Hyatt Cool off with a plunge down the two-story water slide to landRegency Lost Pines Resort and Spa presents such a boundless in the 1,000 foot long Crooked River pool, or hit the beach forrange of opportunities for all resort guests. Traditional yet some sand castle architecture. Hop on an inner tube and floatsuperb amenities, such as championship golf, the world- along the winding curves, around waterfalls and beautifullyclass Spa Django, our energetic Wild Hare Youth Spa, and an landscaped grounds.invigorating water park are only the beginning of the offerings. For a more quiet pool experience, soak in a hot tub, or simplyAllow Hyatt Lost Pines to entertain you with rafting trips on the enjoy the calm of the adult-only pool at our 405-acre hotel andColorado River, horseback riding through historical lands, trips resort.to downtown Austin, insightful journeys among the naturalwonders of its 405-acre resort and so much more. Experience Hungry? Grab a bite from Old Buck’s Place, where you cana unique excursion through McKinney Roughs Nature Park enjoy a sliced brisket sandwich and an ice-cold beverage. Youand enjoy the sounds of Texas musicians at our Live at Lost can order from the comfort of your lounge chair, or come on inPines concerts. Our breathtaking blend of luxury with all the from the sun to order.beauty of nature lets every guest create his or her own perfect For more information, schedule and prices, please visit Hyattvacation. Lost Pines Resort online at lostpines.hyatt.com.GolfEnjoy championship level services and facilities at our award-winning Texas golf resort. Recently named by Golfweek as oneof the “Best Resort Courses” in 2012, our Austin-area golf resort Thank you to our Supporters: As of Sept. 6reflects a respect for the historic land upon which it stands. DIAMOND SUPPORTEREach player will find Wolfdancer a challenging yet satisfying Amgenexperience. GOLD SUPPORTERHorseback Riding Syneron CandelaRenegade Trailhead brings the joy of horseback riding to SILVER SUPPORTERSHyatt Lost Pines guests, with a host of activities for the entire Dermpath Diagnosticsfamily. The rustic, lodge-like Renegade Trailhead is located Ranbaxy Laboratorieson the resort property. Depending on the length of your ride, Warner Chilcottcertified instructors will guide guests through various parts BRONZE SUPPORTERSof the adjacent McKinney Roughs Nature Park. Helmets and Abbott Laboratoriestechnical instructions are provided prior to embarking on the Genentech BioOncologytrails. Give yourself a real Texas treat with a pony ride for the ProPathyoungsters or a trail ride for you! TMA Insurance Trust
  4. 4. ScheduleFriday, November 28:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Board Meeting11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Lunch with Exhibitors1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Resident Podium Cases2:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. Botox and Depression Michelle Magid, MD2:30 p.m. – 2:45 p.m. Break2:45 p.m. – 3:15 p.m. 10 Goals in 10 Years: Building a Medical School, Teaching Hospital, and Comprehensive Health Care System in Austin Senator Kirk Watson3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Ethics: Human Trafficking Jeff Barrows, DO4:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. Cutaneous Manifestations of Internal Malignancy TDS Dinner Dance! Bruce Thiers, MD Friday, November 2nd6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Cocktail Reception in Exhibit hall 6:00-7:00 PM Cocktail Reception with Exhibitors in the 7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. TDS Member Dinner Dance – Exhibit Hall (Free) LBJ Pavilion (To include Resident Award Presentations) 7:00-10:00 PM Dinner Dance and Resident Awards Ceremony at the LBJ Pavillion @ the Hyatt Lost Pines Dress: Casual Cost: $25 each (Resident – Free)Saturday, November 3 Come out to the TDS Dinner Dance! Following a fantastic7:00 a.m. – 8:00 a.m. Breakfast in Exhibit Hall cocktail reception in the TDS exhibit hall, the group will then8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Patient Presentations & Discussions head out to the LBJ Pavilion located next to the pool. The Red10:00 a.m. – 10:15 a.m. Break Dawg Band will entertain the group during a fantastic dinner and will then kick it up a notch and add on a line dancing10:15 a.m. – 11:15 a.m. Genital Dermatology instructor to get the night underway. The Red Dawg Band is Libby Edwards, MD made up of some of the best country musicians Austin has to11:15 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. What’s New in JAAD offer. Bruce Thiers, MD Don’t miss out on the camaraderie and fun that will be12:15 p.m. – 1:15 p.m. TDS Business Lunch provided at this year’s TDS Dinner Dance!1:15 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. Common But Under-Recognized Vulvar Diseases Libby Edwards, MD Saturday Evening Social Event2:15 p.m. – 2:45 p.m. Use of Oral Corticosteroids and 6:00-8:00 PM Controversies in Vitamin D Staying over an extra night after the meeting concludes? Come and Calcium join your TDS colleagues, friends and families for a S’mores Mrnalini Kulkarni-Date, MD cookout and reception! The TDS members will have a private2:45 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Break reception with3:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. Use of Medication During Pregnancy an open bar and and Use of Oral Contraceptive all of the fixin’s Agents by Dermatologists at the Hyatt Lost Kimberly Carter, MD Pines S’mores3:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Melanoma Update pit. Matthew Fox, MD Come on out to4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Diagnosis and Management of this laid back Pediatric and Adolescent reception for Hyperhidrosis a fun way to Samantha Hill, MD conclude an5:00 p.m. Adjourn excellent weekend.6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. S’mores and More family gathering At the Lost Pines s’more pit
  5. 5. Hey Residents!Resident Housing StipendThe TDS offers a generous housing stipend to allresidents who attend the meeting. Each resident whoapplies for the stipend will be presented with a housingstipend reimbursement form upon check-in. This formshould be filled out and returned to the TDS registrationtable or business office within a week of the meeting.Each resident will have one night reimbursed in the hosthotel, or an equivalent hotel.Resident Podium and PosterCompetitionThe Resident Podium Competition will take place from1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. on Friday, November 2nd. Theresidents competing in this competition will be up forone of three awards: 1st place and $500, 2nd place and$300 or 3rd place and $200.The Resident Poster Competition will take place all dayon Friday, November 2nd. The posters will be judgedthroughout the day on Friday. The residents competingin this competition will be up for one of three awards:1st place and $500, 2nd place and $300 or 3rd place and$200.All winners will be announced at the Dinner Dance onFriday night, November 2nd.Please visit the Resident Corner link on the TDS Websiteif you would like more information regarding thesecompetitions and to register to compete.Applications can be found online atwww.texasdermatology.org
  6. 6. How to Get toHyatt Lost PinesTo/From Austin Bergstrom Airport(approx 20 miles/30 minutes):Exit airport, follow Hwy 71 East for approx 13miles. Entrance to resort is immediate next leftAFTER traffic light at Pope Bend Rd. Turn leftonto main drive and follow three mile drive to thelobby entrance.From Houston and Points EastFrom the 610 Loop, take 290 west, 110 miles,passing through Brenham/Giddings to 21W (justpast Paige). Turn left at 21W. Go approx 13 milesto Hwy 95 in Bastrop. Turn left at Hwy 95, .4miles to Hwy 71. Turn right at Hwy 71 and travel10.5 miles. Main entrance to resort is immediatenext right after McKinney Roughs Nature Park.Turn right onto main drive and follow three miledrive to lobby entrance.From Dallas / Fort Worth and PointsNorthTravel east on I-35 approx 60 miles. Merge ontoI-35 South and follow approximately 103 miles tothe Texas 130 Toll Road. Travel S/E on Texas 130 The TDS is going green!approx 37 miles to the Hwy 71 exit. Travel east on This year we will be posting all of the lecturesHwy 71 approx 10.5 miles. Main entrance to resort to the TDS website that we receive prior tois immediate next left after traffic light at Pope the meeting.Bend Rd. Turn left onto main drive and followthree mile drive to the lobby entrance. You can now print your own lectures prior to arriving on-site at the meeting. If you would stillFrom San Antonio, San Marcos and like to receive the paper syllabus on-site, makePoints South sure to mark it on your registration form.Follow I-35 North to Austin. Exit Ben White/Hwy71 East. Stay on Hwy 71. The resort is approx13 miles past the Austin-Bergstrom Airport. Mainentrance to resort is immediate next left aftertraffic light at Pope Bend Rd. Turn left onto maindrive and follow three mile drive to the lobbyentrance.
  7. 7. Texas Dermatological SocietyRegistration Form2012 Annual Fall Meeting, November 2-3, Hyatt Lost Pines, Bastrop, TXSave by registering early! Your registration fee includes food functions, handouts, and access to the Welcome Reception.Please call Amy Lawson at (512) 370-1502 or amy.lawson@texmed.org with any questions.Register Online: Go to www.texasdermatology.org to register online.(Please Print or Type)Name:Address: City/State/Zip:Phone: Fax:Email *:*CME information will be sent by email and must be submitted online.Contact person & phone number in case of on-site emergency: *Cancellation Policy: TDS must receive notice of cancellation for refund postmarked no later than Oct. 12th. A $25 fee will be deducted from the registration fee paid to cover processing charges. Non-attendance does not constitute notice of cancellation.Registration Category By Oct 12 After Oct 12 Member $75 $100 Special offer for Non-Member $200 $225 non-members! Honorary Member $0 $25 If you apply for membership now, you and your guest may Resident Member $0 $25 attend the meeting at the Allied Health Professional $100 $125 member rate of $75/$100. ToEvents take advantage of this offer, check the box to the left and Friday Evening Welcome Reception # of people @ no charge include $75/$100 as your Friday Night Dinner Dance # of people @ $25 each= $ registration fee (or $0/$25 for resident). An application Friday Night Dinner Dance- Resident # of people @ no charge will be sent to you with Saturday Business Luncheon # of people @ no charge your meeting confirmation Future Partner Supporter # of people @ $25 each= $ letter. Reduced rate is contingent upon the return of a completed membershipm I want a paper syllabus! application. Membership DuesPayment Information are $150. Dues payment should be submitted withEnclosed is a check for $ (Make checks payable to Texas Dermatological Society) registration.Please charge my credit cardCheck one: m Visa m MasterCard m AMEX Please mail or fax registration to: Texas Dermatological SocietyCard #: Exp. Date: / 401 W. 15th St. Austin, TX 78701Cardholder Name: SID: Fax: (512) 370-1626Signature:Refunds: Written notice of cancellation must be received by October 12th.m In accordance with the American with Disabilities Act, please check here if you have any special needs. TDS will contact you before the meeting about your needs.m Do you require a vegetarian, vegan or gluten free meal? The TDS will inform the hotel and have meals ready at functions. Please inform a waiter of your dietary restrictions.
  8. 8. presorted 401 West 15th Street first-class mail Austin, TX 78701 U.S. Postage PAID Austin, Texas Permit No. 1787Save the Date2013 Spring MeetingMay 17-18The Sheraton Gunter, San Antonio, TXYou are invited to be a part of theTexas Dermatological Society 2012 Annual Fall Meeting November 2-3, 2012 Hyatt Lost Pines Bastrop, TX