Winter Skin Seminar 2020 - January 23-28, 2020

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 and welcomed.
When Jan 24, 2020 04:00 PM to
Jan 28, 2020 09:15 AM
Where Canyons Grand Summit Hotel, 4000 Canyons Resort Blvd, Park City, UT
Contact Name
Contact Phone (502) 583-1749 ext 3174
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The 2020 Winter Skin Seminar will be held in Park City, Utah at The Canyons.  Participants can choose from room and suite lodging options that offer all the amenities expected at a premier ski and snowboard destination conveniently located 30 miles from Salt Lake City International Airport.  The Canyons Mountain and Park City Mountain allow you to use your lift ticket on both peaks, providing the largest ski/snowboard experience in North America.  Park City, UT is just minutes away and the meeting coincides with the opening weekend of the Sundance Film Festival, a world-famous event showcasing the best in new film.  Register for the 2020 Winter Skin Seminar by December 15, 2019 to save $100 off the regular registration fee of $795.


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, cosmetic, and surgical treatments.
  • Ascertain new and emerging topics in the dermatologic literature.


Selected Specific Learning Objectives

  • Articulate approaches that can change the current drug pricing and distribution process to create a more transparent and balanced approach to what payers and consumers pay for drugs.
  • Relate the mechanisms of action to potential infectious complications of use of biologic agents and distinguish which agents require pre-use testing for common infectious disorders.
  • Utilize technology advances that can improve precision of melanoma detection.
  • Implement national clinical practice guidelines (AAD and NCCN) for diagnosis of cutaneous melanoma (biopsy techniques and pathology reporting, various molecular tests) and for melanoma management (surgery, sentinel lymph node biopsy staging, baseline and surveillance studies).
  • Generate a differential diagnosis for bullous or erosive skin lesions in a newborn and develop an initial work-up and treatment plan for newborns with these skin conditions.
  • Generate a differential diagnosis for brown skin lesions in children and identify features concerning for extracutaneous features.
  • Identify differences between Henoch Schonlein purpura in adults and children and the possible link to malignancy.
  • Recognize rare causes of leg ulcers.
  • Develop a differential diagnosis for papulosquamous disorders in skin of color.
  • Develop a differential diagnosis for melanonychia.
  • Describe an appropriate laboratory workup for patients with chronic urticaria.
  • Design a management plan for patients with chronic dermatitis who are patch test negative.


Outcomes

  • Provide your patients with an enhanced diagnostic approach.
  • Familiarize yourself with recommended and new therapeutic protocols.
  • Gain knowledge in regard to interpreting diagnostic tests for cutaneous diseases.
  • Compare and contrast your current practices with leading dermatologists in the field.


Target Audience
Practicing dermatologists, dermatology residents and fellows, primary care physicians with an interest in dermatology, and other healthcare professionals.

Seminar Agenda
Click on the Session Title to View the Course Presentation, then Click the Back Arrow to Return to This Page. The presentations are password protected. The password will be provided at the registration desk in the program welcome letter.

 Friday January 24, 2020
Moderator: Jeffrey Callen, MD

4:00 PM
Registration - Refreshments Provided

4:30 PM
Welcome and Announcements        

4:45 PM
New Thoughts on Systemic Therapies for Cutaneous Disease
Jeffrey Callen, MD

5:25 PM
What’s New in Vitiligo
Seemal Desai, MD

6:05 PM
Great Cases from the Dermatology Residents    

7:05 PM
Q and A

7:20 PM
Session Concludes

Saturday January 25, 2020
Moderator: Soon Bahrami, MD

6:30 AM
Continental Breakfast

7:00 AM
Topical Therapies for Melasma
Seemal Desai, MD

7:40 AM
The Future of Dermatology Practice: An Election-Year Update on Healthcare Reform Part I
Jack Resneck, MD

8:20 AM
Dermatopathology Update
Soon Bahrami, MD

9:00 AM
Q and A        

9:15 AM
Session Concludes

4:00 PM
Refreshments

Moderator: Cindy Owen, MD

4:30 PM
Melanoma Clinical Practice Guidelines in 2020: Relevant Updates for the Dermatologist
Susan Swetter, MD

5:10 PM
Melanonychia – 5 Teaching Points        
Nathaniel Jellinek, MD

5:50 PM
Contact Dermatitis: Updates and Challenges    
Christen Mowad, MD

6:30 PM
Why do Prescription Drugs Cost So Much?
Michael Saag, MD

7:10 PM
Q and A        

7:30 PM
Session Concludes

Sunday January 26, 2020
Moderator: Carol Kulp-Shorten, MD

6:30 AM
Continental Breakfast

7:00 AM
The Future of Dermatology Practice: An Election-Year Update on Healthcare Reform Part II
Jack Resneck, MD

7:40 AM
Food-Associated Dermatologic Disease: Is There a Connection?
Aaron Koebernick, MD

8:20 AM
Infectious risks from use of Biologic Agents: It’s a minefield out there!
Michael Saag, MD

9:00 AM
Q and A        

9:15 AM
Session Concludes

4:00 PM
Refreshments

Moderator: Carol Kulp-Shorten, MD

4:30 PM
Leg Ulcers Only a Dermatologist Would Love
Marta Petersen, MD

5:10 PM
Erosions and Blisters in the Newborn
Sarah Cipriano, MD

5:50 PM
Controversies in Early-stage Melanoma

Doug Grossman, MD, PhD
                     
6:30 PM
Supportive Oncodermatology
Lauren Madigan, MD

7:10 PM
Q and A        

7:30 PM
Session Concludes
    
Monday January 27, 2020
Moderator: Jeffrey Callen, MD

6:30 AM
Continental Breakfast

7:00 AM
Onychomycosis: Update on Diagnosis and Therapy
Nathaniel Jellinek, MD

7:40 AM
Novel Technologies to Improve Melanoma Detection and Care Focusing on Artificial Intelligence
Susan Swetter, MD

8:20 AM
What to Do When Patch Testing is Negative
Christen Mowad, MD

9:00 AM
Q and A        

9:15 AM
Session Concludes

4:00 PMWS 2014 2
Refreshments

Moderator: Soon Bahrami, MD

4:30 PM
What’s New in the Literature?
Jeffrey Callen, MD

5:10 PM
American Academy of Dermatology-National Psoriasis Foundation Guidelines, Distilled
Cindy Owen, MD

5:50 PM
ANA Testing: Q ’n’ A
Jennie Clarke, MD
                     
6:30 PM
Management of Chronic Urticaria in Adults and Children: An Allergist’s Perspective
Aaron Kobernick, MD

7:10 PM
Q and A        

7:30 PM
Session Concludes

Tuesday January 28, 2020
Moderator: Cindy Owen, MD

6:30 AM
Continental Breakfast

7:00 AM
Images in Dermatology 2019: A Morphologic Review of the Literature
Lauren Madigan, MD
        
7:40 AM
Brown Spots in Kids
Sarah Cipriano, MD

8:20 AM
Immunoblistering Disorders/Immunodermatology II
John Zone, MD

9:00 AM
Q and A        

9:15 AM
Meeting Concludes   

Winter Skin Seminar Planning Committee

Soon Bahrami, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine (Dermatology)
Section Chief, Dermatopathology
University of Louisville
Louisville, KY

 

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


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




Cindy E. Owen, MD

Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine (Dermatology)
University of Louisville
Louisville, KY



Participating Faculty

Sarah Cipriano, MD, MPH, MS
Assistant Professor
Pediatric Dermatology, University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT

Jennie Clarke, MD
Associate Professor (Clinical)
Department of Dermatology
University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT

Seemal Desai, MD
Founder & Medical Director, Innovative Dermatology
Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Dermatology
Univ of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Dallas, Texas

Doug Grossman, MD, PhD
Professor, Departments of Dermatology and Oncological Sciences
Investigator, Huntsman Cancer Institute
University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT

Nathaniel Jellinek, MD, FAAD, FACMS
President, Council for Nail Disorders
Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Dermatology Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown University
Adjunct Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Dermatology University of Massachusetts Medical School
East Greenwich, RI

Aaron Kobernick, MD, MPH
Allergy and Immunology
Assistant Professor, Department of Dermatology
University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT

Lauren Madigan, MD
Assistant Professor, Department of Dermatology
University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT

Christen Mowad, MD
Professor of Dermatology
Director, Dermatology Danville Clinic
Geisinger Medical Center
Danville, PA

Marta Petersen, MD
Professor and Vice-Chair
Department of Dermatology
University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT

Jack Resneck, Jr, MD
Board of Trustees, American Medical Association (Immediate Past Chair)
Professor and Vice-Chair of Dermatology, UCSF School of Medicine
San Francisco, CA

Michael Saag, MD
Associate Dean for Global Health
Director, UAB Center for AIDS Research
Professor of Medicine
University of Alabama at Birmingham
Birmingham, Alabama

Susan Swetter, MD
Professor of Dermatology; Director, Pigmented Lesion/Melanoma and Cutaneous Oncology Programs
Stanford University Medical Center and Cancer Institute
Stanford, CA

John J. Zone, MD
Professor and Co-Chair, Department of Dermatology
University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT

Continuing Education Credit
 Physician Credit
- The University of Louisville Continuing Medical Education office designates this live activity for a maximum of 20.50 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.  If you have any special needs, please contact the Winter Skin Seminar Administrative Coordinator, Dana Seger, at (502) 583-1749 ext 3174. 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 (Under Construction)

Registration
Registration Fees:

Physicians                                           
$695.00
(Early Registration - $795 after December 15, 2019)

All Other Healthcare Professionals  
$695.00
(Early Registration - $795 after December 15, 2019)

Guests                                                  
$250.00
(Early Registration - $295 after December 15, 2019)
$0
5 Years Old and Under
$125.00
6-12 Years Old (Early Registration - $147.50 after December 15, 2019)
$250.00
Guest over 12 (Early Registration - $295 after December 15, 2019)

*If you register as a guest please email  and provide the name of the person for whom you will be attending as a guest.

UofL Residents & Students                   FREE
Non-UofL Residents and Students from Other Institutions $375

Industry Exhibit Fee $5,000

Note: A user profile with unique email address and password must be created for each person to be registered. Multiple registrations cannot be made on the same user profile.

CLICK HERE to Register for this Conference

Refund Policy
Requests for cancellation must be submitted to cmepd@louisville.edu on or before January 10, 2020. Requests received on or before January 10, 2020 will receive a full refund less a $50 processing fee. No refund will be given for requests received after January 10, 2020.

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

Lodging/Reservations

Rooms at The Canyons, Park City, UT 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 Central Reservations Department at 888-416-6195 and identify your affiliation with Winter Skin Seminar 2020, Group ID code CB5WINT. A block of rooms has been reserved at the 3 properties noted below at the following rates (a daily resort fee is added and includes services such as ski valet, parking, fitness center, Wi-Fi, shuttle to town, etc…)

Grand Summit Hotel
   Double Queen              $456
   King Deluxe                 $456
   Studio                         $456
   One Bedroom Suite      $513

Sundial Lodge
   Standard Guestroom     $421
   Studio                          $434
   One Bedroom Suite       $500
   Two Bedroom Suite       $729

Silverado Lodge
   Standard Guestroom      $349
   One Bedroom Suite       $451
   Two Bedroom Suite        $583

Please note that special group rates are valid 3 days pre-and post the meeting dates.  2 night deposit is due at booking, balance is due 30 days prior to arrival date. Any changes or cancellations to the booking must be made 30 days prior to arrival date. Late arrivals, early departures, downgrade to room types, and no-shows are non-refundable 30 days prior to the arrival date. Please note that check in time is at 4PM and check out time is at 11AM.

The meeting will take place in the Canyons Grand Summit with lectures in Kokopelli III. Exhibits with breakfast and Après ski will be located in Kokopelli II.  Meeting registration will be in the Ballroom Lobby.

Discounts on lift tickets and equipment rental will be offered to meeting attendees.

Please refer to www.parkcitymountain.com for additional information.

Transportation
The Canyons is easy to get to and just 35 minutes from Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC). Several shuttle and bus services are available for easy transport between the airport and Park City, UT.  All Resort Express and Park City Transportation offer transport between SLC and Park City. More information is on their websites: www.allresort.com and www.parkcitytransportation.com

A variety of rental car companies are also available.  Uber and Lyft rideshare services have a visible presence in the area.

Driving Directions:

• From the airport take I-80 East through Salt Lake City. (I-80 merges with I-15)
• You will now follow I-80 East for about 15 – 20 minutes and take Exit #145 Kimball Junction / Park City.
• This exit is the main road that enters Park City and The Canyons. You will be on SR-224.
• Follow 224 for two miles from the exit and take a right at the stop light on to The Canyons Resort Drive.
• Continue a short distance up to The Canyons.
• Lodging guests: Follow The Canyons Resort Drive to your destination.

Acknowledgments

We thank our participating companies for their support of the 2020 Winter Skin Seminar and a final listing of supporters and exhibitors will be available at the meeting.