Winter Skin Seminar 2014

Winter Skin Seminar 2014

When Jan 31, 2014 04:00 PM to
Feb 04, 2014 09:30 AM
Where Viceroy Snowmass, 130 Wood Road, Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615
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Course Description and Target Audience
This symposium features a comprehensive educational program discussing the most up to date topics in general and medical dermatology, dermatologic surgery, pediatric dermatology, cosmetic dermatology, and dermatopathology.  Internationally recognized faculty will provide both scientific and practical sessions in a collegial and casual atmosphere where questions and interactive discussion are encouraged.  

New this year!!  A 50 question self-assessment course with discussion of answers will be offered at no extra charge.  This course is intended to qualify for American Board of Dermatology Maintenance of Certification (MOC).

The 2014 Winter Skin Seminar will be held in Snowmass, Colorado at The Viceroy Hotel.  Participants can choose from various lodging scenarios:  studio and suite options will be available.  The Viceroy offers all the amenities expected at a top-notch ski and snowboard mountain resort nestled in a quaint ski village that allows you to “stay at one and ski at four” with Aspen mountain, Aspen Highlands, Buttermilk, and the host mountain, Snowmass available for your winter sports enjoyment.  Ski-in/ski-out is available at Snowmass and the Viceroy is 7 miles from Aspen.  

*Register by December 20, 2013 to save $100 off the regular registration fee!

Target Audience
The target audience for this seminar is practicing dermatologists, dermatology residents and fellows, primary care physicians with an interest in dermatology, nurse practitioners, physicians assistants and other healthcare professionals.

AgendaSnowmass

Friday January 31, 2014


Moderator:  Jeffrey P. Callen, MD

4:00 pm        
Welcome & Registration
Refreshments Provided

4:45 pm           
Diagnosis of the Photosensitive Patient
Vincent DeLeo, MD

5:30 pm        
The Next Generation of Psoriasis Medications - Biologics and Small Molecules
Kenneth Gordon, MD

6:15 pm               
Great Cases from the University of Louisville I
University of Louisville Residents with Audience Response System    

7:00 pm        
Q & A

7:15 pm        
Session Concludes

Saturday February 1, 2014

Moderator:  Loren Golitz, MD

6:30 am        
Continental Breakfast

7:00 am        
Toxicity of Biologics
Michael Weinblatt, MD

7:45 am        
Prevention and Management of Surgical Complications
Alison Vidimos, MD

8:30 am        
Update on FISH and CGH in the Evaluation of Melanocytic Lesions
Beth Ruben, MD

9:15 am        
Q & A

9:30 am        
Session Concludes

4:00 pm         
Après Ski

Moderator:  Cindy Owen, MD

4:30 pm        
Psoriasis Cases I Would Like to Send Somewhere Else
Kenneth Gordon, MD

5:15 pm        
The Cicatricial Alopecias
Maria Hordinsky, MD

6:00 pm        
MOC Self-Assessment (50 Questions with Discussion)
Erik Stratman MD & Cindy Owen MD

8:00 pm        
Session Concludes

Sunday February 2, 2014

Moderator:  Soon Bahrami, MD

6:30 am        
Continental Breakfast

7:00 am        
Update on Epidermolysis Bullosa
Anne Lucky, MD

7:45 am        
Pigmented Lesions of the Nail Bed
Beth Ruben, MD

8:30 am        
Cutaneous Infections that Sideline Athletes
Brian Burke Adams, MD

9:15 am        
Q & A

9:30 am        
Session Concludes

3:30 pm        
Après Ski

3:45 pm        
Faculty Panel Discussion: Bring Your Questions and Tough Cases!

4:30 pm        
Superbowl Social

Monday February 3, 2014

Moderator:  Loren Golitz, MD

6:30 am        
Continental Breakfastviceroy

7:00 am        
Bi-Coastal Dermatology: Cases from Both Coasts
Vincent DeLeo, MD

7:45 am        
Mucosal Drug Reactions
Bethanee Jean Schlosser, MD

8:30 am        
Eerie Great Lakes Cases
Alison Vidimos, MD

9:15 am        
Q & A

9:30 am        
Session Concludes

4:00 pm        
Après Ski

Moderator:  Carol Kulp-Shorten MD

4:30 pm        
Alopecia Areata: Biomarkers, Clinical Trials, and Quest for Safe and Effective Treatment
Maria Hordinsky, MD

5:15 pm        
Acne Update
Anne Lucky, MD

6:00 pm        
Traumatic Skin and Nail Injuries in Athletes
Brian Burke Adams, MD

6:45 pm        
Cutaneous Lupus: Controversies and Consensus
Lela Lee, MD

7:30 pm        
Q & A

7:45 pm        
Session Concludes

Tuesday February 4, 2014

Moderator:  Soon Bahrami, MD

6:30 am         
Continental Breakfast

7:00 am        
Dermatoses of Pregnancy
Bethanee Jean Schlosser, MD

7:45 am        
What’s New?  An Update on the Literature
Jeffrey P. Callen, MD

8:30 am        
Great Cases from the University of Louisville II
University of Louisville Residents with Audience Response System    

9:15 am        
Q & A

9:30 am        
Meeting Concludes

Course DirectorsWS 2014 2
Soon Bahrami, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine (Dermatology) and Pathology
Section Head, Dermatopathology
Division of Dermatology
University of Louisville
Louisville, KY

Jeffrey P. Callen, MD
Professor of Medicine (Dermatology) and Chief
Division of Dermatology
University of Louisville
Louisville, KY

Carol L. Kulp-Shorten, MD
Clinical Professor of Medicine (Dermatology)
Division of Dermatology
University of Louisville
Louisville, KY

Cindy E. Owen, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine (Dermatology)
Associate Residency Program Director
Division of Dermatology
University of Louisville
Louisville, KY

Participating Faculty:

Brian Burke Adams, MD

Interim Chair and Professor
Department of Dermatology
University of Cincinnati
Cincinnati, OH

Vincent A. DeLeo, MD
Professor and Chair
Founding Director Skin of Color Center
St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital and Beth Israel Medical Center
New York, NY

Loren E. Golitz, MD
Professor of Dermatology and Pathology
University of Colorado
Denver, CO

Kenneth B. Gordon, MD
Professor
Department of Dermatology
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Chicago, IL

Maria K. Hordinsky, MD
Professor and Chair
Department of Dermatology
University of Minnesota
Minneapolis, MN

Lela A. Lee, MD
Chief of Dermatology, Denver Health Medical Center
Professor, Dermatology and Medicine
University of Colorado
Denver, CO

Anne W. Lucky, MD
Clinical Professor, Dermatology and Pediatrics
Co-Director Epidermolysis Bullosa Center
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital
Dermatology Associates of Cincinnati
Cincinnati, OH

Beth S. Ruben, MD
Associate Professor
Dermatopathology Fellowship Program Director
Departments of Dermatology and Pathology
University of California San Francisco
San Francisco, CA

Bethanee Jean Schlosser, MD
Assistant Professor, Dermatology and Obstetrics & Gynecology
Department of Dermatology
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Chicago, IL

Erik J. Stratman, MD
Chair and Program Director
Department of Dermatology
Marshfield Clinic
Marshfield, WI

Allison Vidimos, MD
Professor and Chair
Associate Director, Mohs Surgery Fellowship
Department of Dermatology
Cleveland Clinic
Cleveland, OH

Michael E. Weinblatt, MD
Professor and Co-Director, Clinical Rheumatology
Department of Rheumatology
Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Harvard University
Boston, MA


Course Objectives
• Construct a differential diagnosis for common and uncommon dermatologic problems affecting children and adults.
• Design a plan for evaluating children and adults with cutaneous disease.
• Manage patients with dermatologic disease utilizing medical, surgical and procedural methods.
• Recognize and avoid complications from medical and surgical treatments.

Learning Objectives:
As a result of participating in this activity, participants should be able to:

1. Describe the new generation of psoriasis medications and identify appropriate uses in psoriatic patients.
2. List and manage the potential toxicities of biologic agents for psoriasis.
3. List common dermatological surgical complications and describe approaches to their management.
4. Describe and use new molecular tools for diagnosing epidermolysis bullosa.
5. Describe the approach to management of the patient with acne, according to the latest guidelines.
6. Describe the molecular basis for many forms of alopecia, and apply new targeted therapies based on these findings.

Course Outcomes
• Provide your patients with an enhanced diagnostic approach.
• Familiarize yourself with recommended and new therapeutic protocols.
• Gain knowledge in regards to interpreting diagnostic tests for cutaneous diseases.
• Compare and contrast your current practices with leading dermatologists in the field.
• Learn areas for improvement from participation in the Self-Assessment Session and complete 50 credits toward the ABD MOC program.


Continuing Education Credit
Physician Credit
- The University of Louisville Continuing Medical Education office designates this live activity for a maximum of 20.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Accreditation
The University of Louisville School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.


Special Services

All individuals are encouraged to participate. To request disability arrangements, please contact the Winter Skin Seminar Administrative Coordinator, Sandy Lingle, at (502) 852-7287 at least 14 days prior to the date of this program. Continuing Medical Education and Professional Development fully complies with the legal requirements of the ADA and the rules and regulations thereof.


Brochure

Click here for a copy of the course brochure

Registrationviceroy
Registration Fees:

Early Bird - On for Before December 20, 2013
Physicians - $775
UofL Residents & Medical Students - $375
All Other Healthcare Professionals - $775
Guests - $200


Register

Non-Early Bird - After December 20, 2013
Physicians - $875
UofL Residents & Medical Students - $475
All Other Healthcare Professionals - $875
Guests - $275

Refund Policy
Requests for cancellation must be submitted to cmepd@louisville.edu on or before January 17, 2014. Requests received on or before January 17, 2014 will receive a full refund less a $50 processing fee. No refund will be given for requests received after January 17, 2014.

Hotel Reservations

Viceroy Snowmass
130 Wood Road 

Standard Mail: P O Box 6985 

Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 USA 

Phone: 970 923 8000 

Fax: 970 923 8001


Rooms at The Viceroy, Snowmass, CO are limited, so we suggest that your hotel reservation is made as early as possible to ensure the special meeting rate. Reservations should be telephoned directly to the Reservations Department at 970-923-8000 and identify your affiliation with Winter Skin Seminar 2014.  A block of rooms has been reserved at the following rates:

Reduced rate studio king rooms: $275/night
Reduced rate one bedroom suites: $335/night
2, 3, and 4 bedroom suites are also available
Please note a $30 per diem hotel fee; this does cover round trip transportation from Aspen Airport.  It also includes Wi-fi access


Website: www.viceroyhotelsandresorts.com/snowmass

Additional Lodging Options
Stonebridge Inn Deluxe - $229.00/night
Lichenhearth Studio - $249.00/night
Tamarack 2BR Deluxe - $436.00/night
Tamarack 3BR  Deluxe - $654.00/night


These rates will be honored up to 30 days prior to Friday, January, 2014 based on availability.

Contact Information: 1-800-922-7242, request Winter Skin Seminar 2014 block or www.destinationsnowmass.com booking code SKIN2014

*Discounted lift tickets and ski equipment rental options will be available to meeting attendees.

Guest Registration
Guest registration is available and provides your guest(s) with access to the meeting areas and all meals offered during the course of the seminar.  It is not required for the lift ticket or equipment rental discount.


Getting to the Viceroy

Three airport options are available and listed in order of nearest proximity:

Aspen/Pitkin County Airport
Eagle County Regional Airport
Denver International Airport

Airports offer various shuttle options as well as rental cars.  Please check with the individual airport of your choice for more information.  If utilizing Aspen/Pitkin County Airport, remember that the $30 per diem Viceroy fee will cover round trip transport, however, you must pre-arrange this with the hotel.

Driving Directions from Aspen/Pitkin
• Turn north (left) onto Colorado State Highway 82; travel about two miles
• Turn west (left) onto Brush Creek Road (a traffic light)
• Follow Brush Creek Road approximately five miles, through the roundabout to Snowmass Village
• Turn left at Wood Road; Viceroy Snowmass will be on your left in 300 yards

Driving Directions from Denver Airport/Eagle County Airport
• Travel west on I-70 to Glenwood Springs
• Take the Colorado State Highway 82 exit #116 at Glenwood Springs and travel south toward Aspen
• At the second sign for Snowmass, turn right onto Brush Creek Road (a traffic light)
• Follow Brush Creek Road approximately five miles, through the roundabout to Snowmass Village
• Turn left at Wood Road; Viceroy Snowmass will be on your left in 300 yards


Acknowledgments:
We thank our supporting and exhibiting companies for their participation in the 2014 Winter Skin Seminar!

A final listing of supporters and exhibitors will be available at the meeting