UCSF Transplant 2012:Today’s Realities,  Tomorrow’s Possibilities    presented by the Division of Transplant Surgery and t...
ObjectivesThis 2-day conference presented by the Division of TransplantSurgery and the Heart & Lung Transplant Program pro...
Thursday, September 27, 20127:30 - 8:00 am                                                         Registration and Breakf...
Friday, September 28, 20127:30 - 8:00 am                                                     Registration and Breakfast8:0...
SpeakersHedi Aguiar, RN, CCRN, MSN              Chris E. Freise, MD, FACS             Lorriana Leard, MDDonation Services ...
SpeakersAnn Reilly                                   Norah Terrault, MD                      Georg Wieselthaler, MDKidney ...
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  1. 1. UCSF Transplant 2012:Today’s Realities, Tomorrow’s Possibilities presented by the Division of Transplant Surgery and the Heart and Lung Transplant Program at UCSF Medical Center September 27-28, 2012­ Course Chair John P. Roberts, MD Professor of Surgery
  2. 2. ObjectivesThis 2-day conference presented by the Division of TransplantSurgery and the Heart & Lung Transplant Program provides a unique Accreditationopportunity to hear UCSF Transplant experts present the latest trends in The University of California,transplantation. This conference encompasses heart, lung, liver, kidney, San Francisco School ofand pancreas transplant topics and offers both general sessions and Medicine (UCSF) is accreditedorgan specific sessions relevant to multiple practice specialties. General by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Educationsessions will include the future of transplantation, allocation challenges, to provide continuing medicalstem cells, T regulatory cells as new immunosuppression strategies, education for physicians.mechanical circulatory support, the obesity epidemic and its implications UCSF designates this livefor transplant and partnering with technology. Organ specific clinical activity for a maximum of 15tracks will focus on current issues and patient management strategies AMA PRA Category 1 Credits,appropriate for each area of specialization. Physicians should only claim credit commensurateTarget Audience: The target audience is a broad cross section of health with the extent of theircare professionals who care for pre and post-transplant patients. Heart, participation in the activity.Lung, Liver, Kidney and Pancreas transplantation will be discussed. This CME activity meets theThe symposium content is designed for community/referring physicians, requirements under California Assembly Bill 1195, continuingtransplant nurses, coordinators, administrators, nurses, advanced education and cultural andpractice nurses, pharmacists, social workers and all members of the linguistic competency.health care team who are interested in expanding their knowledge Nursesof transplantation. For the purpose of recertification, the AmericanObjectives Nurses Credentialing Center accepts AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM issued by 1 Apply new skills in the understanding of the organ allocation organizations accredited by process and new strategies to increase organ availability. the ACCME. 2 Increase compliance in the treatment of transplant related Physician Assistants complications and infections. AAPA accepts category 1 credit from AOACCME, 3 Apply the latest research on the treatment of rejection across Prescribed credit from AAFP, the spectrum of solid organ transplantation. and AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ from organizations 4 Report on the latest research on treatment for hepatitis C. accredited by the ACCME. 5 Describe the impact of obesity and diabetes on transplant Social Workers (LCSW, MFT) recipients both pre and post- transplant. This course meets the qualifications on an hour- 6 Improve performance in the management of diabetes, including for hour basis of continuing surgical options. education credit for MFTs and/or LCSWs as required 7 Increase the CHCP’s understanding of the impact of by the California Board of transplantation on the lives of patients, their families and the Behavioral Sciences. Approval donor families. No.PCE 1272. Transplant Certification: 8 Apply latest trends in heart/lung transplant management, including Category 1 Continuing use of VADS and ECMO. Education Points for Transplant 9 Apply innovations in pediatric solid organ transplant. Certification (CEPTCs) have been applied for through the 10 Discuss new technologies designed to facilitate communication American Board for Transplant between health care providers and patients. Certification (ABTC).
  3. 3. Thursday, September 27, 20127:30 - 8:00 am Registration and Breakfast8:00 - 8:15 am Opening Remarks  (John Roberts, MD and Amy Peele, RN)8:15 - 8:45 am Transplantation: What’s New, What Matters, What’s Next? (Nancy Ascher, MD, PhD)8:45 - 9:15 am Update on the Regulatory Alphabet CMS, OPTN, HRSA, SRTR, UNOS  (John Roberts, MD)9:15 - 9:45 am Risky Business: Preventing Disease Transmission from Donor Organs  (Peter Chin-Hong, MD)9:45 - 10:15 am What Organ Shortage? Just Make Your Own! Stem Cells and Organ Engineering  (Yerem Yeghiazarians, MD)10:15 - 10:30 am Break10:30 - 11:00 am From Bench to Bedside: Regulatory T Cells: Can We Make the Police Work for Us?  (Sang-Mo Kang, MD)11:00 - 11:30 am Trends in Organ Donation: Today’s Realities, Tomorrow’s Possibilities  (Nikole Neidlinger, MD)11:30 -1:00 pm Lunch: Donor Recipient Panel Discussion  (Denise Kinder, BSN) The Donor Side of Kidney Liver Heart/Lung Transplantation1:00 - 1:30 pm Multi-Cultural Screening and Treatment The Myths and Realities Considerations in Donation Strategies for BK Virus of Lung Transplantation Transplantation - in Kidney Transplant (Steven Hays, MD) Developing Cross-Cultural Recipients Communication Skills (David Wojciechowski, DO) Indications for (Hedi Aguiar, RN, CCRN, MSN) Liver Transplant (Nathan Bass, MD, PhD)1:30 - 2:00 pm World Religions and Update on Treatment Options Antibody Mediated Rejection Organ Donation for Antibody- Mediated (AMR) in Heart (Lisa Fullam, DVM, ThD) Rejection Transplant Recipients (Allison Webber, MD) (Teresa De Marco, MD, FACC)2:00 - 2:30 pm The ABCs of DCD: Identifying Building a Bioartificial Kidney: The Role of Interventional Antibody Mediated Rejection Candidates for Donation From Silicon Chips Radiology in Management (AMR) in Lung Transplant After Cardiac Death to Renal Clearance of Complications Related to Recipients (Alan Yee, DO) (Paul Brakeman, MD, PhD) Liver Transplantation (Lorriana Leard, MD) (Robert Kerlan, MD)2:30 - 3:00 pm Break Challenges at the Obesity Heart/Lung Fitness for Transplant Transplant Bedside3:00 - 3:30 pm Physical Fitness Survival Skills: Post-Transplant Current ECMO Practices­– (Patricia Painter, PhD) Education at the Bedside Advances in Technology (Mara Saunders, RN, NP-BC) (Lynne Martin) Chewing the Fat on Obesity (Robert Lustig, MD)3:30 - 4:00 pm Nutritional Fitness Culturally Appropriate Care: Interstitial Lung Disease (Mary Ellen DiPaola, RD, CDE) Why does it matter? and Lung Transplant (Sunita Mutha, MD) (Jeffrey Golden, MD)4:00 - 4: 30 pm Financial Fitness Frailty-the 6th Vital Sign The Obese Transplant Patient: (Ann Reilly and (Jennifer Lai, MD) Is There a Role for From the Patient’s Kurtis Alphonse) Bariatric Surgery? Perspective: (Andrew Posselt, MD) Living With Heart or Lung Transplant4:30 - 5:00 pm Psychosocial Fitness So, What do we do with frailty? NAFLD - Focusing on the (Nora Wiseman, LCSW (Laura Griffin, LCSW and (Patricia Painter, PhD) Big Picture and panel) Keith Enders, LCSW) (Bilal Hameed, MD)5:00 - 7:00 pm Reception
  4. 4. Friday, September 28, 20127:30 - 8:00 am Registration and Breakfast8:00 - 8:45 am Ventricular Assist Device: The Future is Now  (Georg Wieselthaler, MD)8:45 - 9:15 am Skeletal and Mineral Metabolism Post Transplant  (Anthony Portale, MD)9:15 - 9:45 am Managing Drug Interactions in Transplant Recipients  (David Quan, PharmD, BCPS)9:45 - 10:00 am Break Pediatric Kidney Liver Heart/Lung Medical Aspects of Why Do We Need Novel New Hepatitis C Living With a VAD Combined Pediatric Drugs in Transplantation? Therapies– (Lynne Martin)10:00 - 10:30 am Liver-Kidney (Flavio Vincenti, MD) Expectations vs. Reality Transplantation (Norah Terrault, MD) 40 minute session (Marsha Lee, MD and Susan Stritzel, RN, What Have We Learned Medical and Surgical MS, PNP) From Management Options for Hepatacellular10:30 - 11:00 am Biopsies Carcinoma (Sindhu Chandran, MD) (Francis Yao, MD) Curing Hyperglycemia and Minding the Gap: Ethnic Living Donor Liver Medical Management Azotemia in One Day: the Disparities in Kidney Transplantation of LVAD Patients First Two Pediatric Kidney/ Transplant (John Roberts, MD) (Liviu Klein, MD) Pancreas Transplants (Brian Lee, MD and11:00 - 11:30 am at UCSF Melanie Macaraig, 40 minute session (Jessica Brennan, RN, MSN, AANP-C) MSN, CNS, PNP and Marilyn McEnhill, RN, MSN, PNP) Teens, Transplant and Eliminating Incompatibility New Developments in the Lung in a Box Transition in Living Donor Transplant Management of Acute (Jasleen Kukreja, MD, MPH)11:30 am - 12:00 pm (Christine Mudge, RN, (Janine Sabatte-Caspillo, Liver Failure MSN, PNPc) RN, BSN and (Oren Fix, MD) 40 minute session Stephen Tomlanovich, MD) Lunchtime Program: Creating a Culture of Courage12:00 - 1:30 pm (Cindy Solomon, Internationally Recognized Motivational Speaker) Increasing Access to Partnering with Technology Diabetes Transplant A Web-Based Collaborative Network in Surgery: You want a piece of me? What’s New in Diabetes From Cowboys to Pit Crews Short and Long Term Out- for the Pre and Post1:30 - 2:00 pm (Pierre Theodore, MD) comes of Living Donors Transplant Patient (Chris Friese, MD, FACS) (Mary Sullivan, RN, DNP) Improving Patient Care Through Technology High Risk Donor: New Onset Diabetes2:00 -2:30 pm (Raymond Cogan) A Misnomer after Transplantation (Ryutaro Hirose, MD) (Umesh Masharani, MD) Social Media: Friend or Foe to the Health Care Provider Finding the Perfect Match: Pathways to Insulin (Deborah Yano-Fong, RN, MS, CHP) Donor/Recipient Matching Independence:2:30 - 3:00 pm for Liver Transplant Current Strategies and (Sandy Feng, MD, PhD) Future Directions (Peter Stock, MD PhD)3:00 - 3:30 pm Break3:30 - 4:00 pm Update on Diagnosis and Management of Infections in Solid Organ Transplant Recipients  (Brian Schwartz, MD)4:00 - 4:30 pm Skin Cancer in Organ Transplant Recipients: Challenges and Opportunities  (Sarah Arron, MD, PhD)
  5. 5. SpeakersHedi Aguiar, RN, CCRN, MSN Chris E. Freise, MD, FACS Lorriana Leard, MDDonation Services Liaison Professor of Surgery Associate Professor ofProject Manager Clinical Medicine Lisa Fullam, DVM, ThDCalifornia Transplant Donor Network Vice Chief of Clinical Activities, Associate Professor of Moral Pulmonary, Critical Care, Allergy Kurtis Alphonse Theology Sleep MedicineKidney Transplant Financial Jesuit School of Theology Associate Director, Pulmonary Counselor of Santa Clara University Critical Care Fellowship ProgramNancy L. Ascher, MD, PhD Keith Enders, LCSW Brian Lee, MDProfessor and Chair of Surgery Clinical Social Worker Transplant NephrologistIsis Distinguished Professor of Kidney Pancreas Transplant ProgramTransplantation Assistant Professor of Jeffrey Golden, MD Clinical MedicineNathan M. Bass, MD, PhD Professor of Medicine and Surgery Marsha Lee, MDProfessor of Medicine Associate Director, Lung Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics TransplantationPaul Brakeman, MD, PhD Transplant NephrologistAssistant Professor of Director of Clinical Research, Interstitial Lung Disease (ILD) Pediatric NephrologyClinical PediatricsMedical Director, Director, Nina Ireland Lung Robert Lustig, MDPediatric Dialysis Unit Disease Program Professor of Pediatrics Pediatric EndocrinologyJessica Brennan, RN MSN CNS PNP  Laura Griffin, LCSWNurse Practitioner Clinical Social Worker Melanie Macaraig, MSN, AANP-CPediatric Kidney Transplant Kidney Pancreas Transplant Program Adult Kidney TransplantSindhu Chandran, MD Bilal Hameed, MD Lynne MartinAssistant Clinical Professor Assistant Professor of Medicine Managerof Medicine Mechanical Circulatory Steven Hays, MDTransplant Nephrology Support Program Associate Professor of MedicinePeter Chin-Hong, MD, MAS Medical Director, Lung Transplant Umesh Masharani, MDAssociate Professor, Division Professor of Clinical Medicine Ryutaro Hirose, MDof Infectious Diseases Associate Professor Marilyn McEnhill, RN MSN PNPDirector, Transplant and of Clinical Surgery Nurse PractitionerImmunocompromised Host Associate Director, Surgical Pediatric Kidney TransplantInfectious Diseases Program Residency Program Christine Mudge RN MS PNPc FAANRaymond Cogan Sang-Mo Kang, MD Pediatric Liver TransplantTransplant Systems Analyst Associate Professor in Surgery Director Intestinal Rehabilitation Sunita Mutha, MDTeresa De Marco, MD, FACC and Transplantation Professor of Clinical MedicineProfessor of Clinical Medicine Division of General Internal Medicineand Surgery Robert Kerlan, MDR.H. and Jane G. Logan Endowed Professor of Radiology and Surgery Nikole Neidlinger, MDChair in Cardiology Medical Director, California TransplantDirector, Heart Failure and Pulmonary Denise Kinder, BSN Donor NetworkHypertension Programs Vice President Clinical Operations Transplant Surgeon, California PacificMedical Director, Heart California Transplant Donor Network Medical CenterTransplantation Liviu Klein, MD MS Patricia Painter, PhDMary Ellen DiPaola, RD, CDE Assistant Professor of Associate Research FacultyPre-Renal Transplant Dietitian Clinical Medicine Dept. of Physical Therapy Department of Medicine/Cardiology University of Utah, SLC UtahSandy Feng, MD, PhD Jasleen Kukreja, MD, MPH Anthony Portale, MDProfessor of Surgery Assistant Professor of Surgery Professor of PediatricsDirector, Abdominal TransplantSurgery Fellowship Surgical Director, UCSF Lung Chief, Pediatric Nephrology Transplant ProgramOren K. Fix, MD, MSc Andrew M. Posselt, MD, PhD Jennifer C. Lai, MD, MBA Associate Professor of SurgeryAssistant Professor of Medicine Assistant Professor of MedicineAssociate Director, Advanced Liver David J. Quan, PharmD, BCPSTransplant Training Program Transplant Hepatologist Clinical Pharmacist Clinical Professor of Pharmacy
  6. 6. SpeakersAnn Reilly Norah Terrault, MD Georg Wieselthaler, MDKidney Transplant Financial Counselor Associate Professor of Medicine Professor of Clinical Surgery and Surgery Surgical Director, Heart TransplantationJohn P. Roberts, MD Director, Viral Hepatitis Center and Ventricular Assist DevicesProfessor of SurgeryChief, Transplant Service Pierre Theodore, MD Nora Wiseman, LCSWJanine Sabatte-Caspillo, RN, BSN  Associate Professor of Clinical Social WorkerKidney Transplant Coordinator Cardiothoracic Surgery David Wojciechowski, DO Van Auken Chair in Thoracic SurgeryMara Saunders, RN, NP-BC Assistant Professor of MedicineClinical Nurse II Stephen J. Tomlanovich, MD Deborah Yano-Fong, RN, MS, CHPAdult Transplant Unit Professor of Clinical Medicine and Surgery Chief Privacy Officer, UCSFBrian S. Schwartz, MD Medical Director Kidney Francis Yao, MDAssistant Professor of Medicine Transplant Services Professor of Medicine and SurgeryDivision of Infectious Diseases Medical Director, Liver Transplantation Sarah Tuttleton Arron, MD, PhDCindy Solomon Assistant Clinical Professor Alan Yee, DOKeynote Speaker, Consultant of Dermatology Assistant Clinical ProfessorExecutive Coach Director, High Risk Skin UCSF Neurocritical Care ProgramCindy Solomon and Associates Dermatologic Surgery and Laser Center Yerem Yeghiazarians, MDPeter G. Stock, MD, PhD Flavio Vincenti, MD Associate Professor of MedicineProfessor of Surgery Professor of Clinical Medicine and Leone-Perkins Family EndowedSurgical Director, Pediatric Renal Surgery Chair in CardiologyAdult Pancreas Transplant Medical Director, Pancreas Co-Director, Adult Cardiac Transplant Program Catheterization LaboratorySusan Stritzel-Diaz, RN, MS PNP Debbie Faiman Endowed Chair Director, Peripheral InterventionalNurse Practitioner in TransplantationPediatric Liver Transplant Cardiology Program Allison Webber, MD Director, Translational CardiacMary M. Sullivan RN DNP ANP-BC, CDE Assistant Professor of Medicine Stem Cell ProgramDiabetes Clinical Nurse Specialist Transplant Nephrologist Eli and Edythe Broad Center of Regeneration Medicine and Stem Cell ResearchConference Location Course Co-ChairsLuxury and location converge in perfect balance at the Hotel Nikko. Laurie Carlson, RN, MSNA 4 Star 4 Diamond Hotel situated in the heart of Union Square and Michelle McMahan, BAthe Historic Theatre District.A block of guest rooms have been reserved at the special conference Course Advisorsrate of $239.00 / night Amy Peele, RNYou are urged to make your reservations early. The cut off date is Karen Rago, RN MPA, FAAMA, FACCASeptember 4, 2012 or until the room block is filled. After this date,rooms will be provided on a space-available basis only. If you prefer tophone please call 800-NIKKO-US using meeting group code SUCTNS Planning Committeeto receive the special rate. To make Hotel reservations on line, go towww.hotelnikkosf.com and use the meeting group code SUCTNS. Mary Kennedy Breiner, RNBy staying at the host Hotel you help UCSF meet its contractual Celia Rifkin, RN, MSN, CNSobligations and keep registration fees reasonable. Sharon Blaschka, RN, MSN, NP-CTransportation David MacLeod, RN, BSN, CCTN Melanie Macaraig, RN, MSN, NPCSan Francisco International Airport is 15 miles or a 30 minute drive tothe Hotel Nikko. The following options are all available from the airport: Jessica Brennan, RN MSN, CNS, PNPSuper Shuttle www.supershuttle.com or 800-258-3826 Marilyn McEnhill, RN, MSN, PNPTaxi - $40  •  Limo Service - $200  •  Bart - $6.All quoted fares are approximate and subject to change without notice.
  7. 7. Registration MMC13001UCSF Transplant 2012: Today’s Realities, Tomorrow’s PossibilitiesSeptember 27, 28, 2012 • Hotel Nikko, San FranciscoMail to: Online Registration: www.cme.ucsf.eduUCSF Office of CME Registration information:  415-476-5808PO Box 45368 FAX:  415-502-1795San Francisco, CA 94145-0368 Course Information:  415-353-8892n  Dr.    n  Mr.    n  Mrs.    n  Ms. / /Last Name First MI Month/Day of BirthDegree SpecialtyAddressCity State ZipDaytime phone Fax E-mailRegistration FeeEarly Registration: (before August 15, 2012) Late Registration: (after August 15, 2012)Physician $300 Physician $350Nurses/Allied Health $200 Nurses/ Allied Health $250One Day RegistrationPhysician $175Nurses/Allied Health $125I plan to attend the following breakout session:Thursday1:00 - 2:30 pm n The Donor Side of Transplantation  n Kidney  n Liver  n Heart/Lung3:00 - 5:00 pm n  Fitness for Transplant  n Challenges at the Transplant Bedside  n ObesityFriday10:00 am -12:00 pm n Pediatric  n Kidney  n Liver  n Heart/ Lung1:30 - 3:00 pm n Partnering with Technology  n Increasing Access to Transplant  n DiabetesPlease charge my credit card   n Visa  n Mastercard  n American Express for $___________________Card #__________________________________________________________________ Exp Date____/______Name on card (please print) SignatureRefund Policy: Cancellations received in writing before the first day of the course will be refunded minus a $35 Administrativefee. No refunds will be made on cancellations received after that date.Please check our website for up to date information on the course www.cme.ucsf.edu.
  8. 8. UCSF Transplant 2012:Today’s Realities, Tomorrow’s Possibilities