Annual Conference. California Thoracic Society. January 30 31, 2015 Quail Lodge, Carmel, CA

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1 California Thoracic Society Annual Conference Management of Pleural Disease and Chronic Respiratory Failure in Adults & Children January 30 31, 2015 Quail Lodge, Carmel, CA Jointly Provided by:

2 eld in an informal setting that allows for cutting-edge clinical lectures, case presentations and group discussion with faculty and colleagues, the California Thoracic Society annual conference is Hwell known and highly respected as a unique opportunity to learn from and interact with leading experts in pulmonology and critical care medicine. This year s conference will consist of two half-day clinical, case-based sessions focusing on the Management of Pleural Disease and Chronic Respiratory Failure in Adults & Children. The frequency of many pleural diseases, in particular parapneumonic effusions, pleural malignancies, and mesothelioma have increased over the past two decades. There have also been advances in the treatment of these conditions as well as new diagnostic procedures. Although the United States remains a leader in the basic and clinical sciences of pleural disease, it has fallen behind in the study and application of new approaches to treat pleural ailments. The result has been that in the US, patients with these conditions are frequently treated surgically, often unnecessarily. The second half of the program will focus on ventilatory approaches to managing outpatient chronic respiratory failure. Although pediatric pulmonologists are quite used to managing patients with diseases such as muscular dystrophy who require long term, home-based, invasive or non-invasive mechanical ventilation, many adult pulmonary physicians have little experience managing patients who require chronic ventilatory support. Program Highlights: Expert faculty sharing state of the art information, statistics and case studies Hands on airway clearance equipment & device demonstrations Small, round-table Meet the Professor discussions (Friday & Saturday) CTS/Western Respiratory Club dinner Fellow poster presentations & awards ceremony Multidisciplinary Luncheon Presentation and Discussion Wine & Cheese Welcome Reception Annual CTS Golf Tournament Many informal, collegial networking opportunities! Target Audience This conference is designed for all who provide care for patients with lung diseases, including pulmonary and critical care medicine physicians, pulmonary medicine trainees, advanced practice nurses, and respiratory therapists. Educational Objectives: After having attended the program, participants should be able to: Recognize new diagnostic criteria for the diagnosis of pleural effusions based on exudative versus transudative etiologies Identify indications for bedside chest tube placement for complicated parapneumonic pleural effusions, and the new types of tubes available Differentiate which patients with malignant pleural effusions require surgery versus non-surgical options Recognize indications for and how to perform bedside pleurodesis with talc or antibiotic slurry Discuss novel diagnostic options for mesothelioma including biomarkers and imaging modalities Describe symptom clusters & pathophysiology commonly seen in patients with chronic respiratory disease Explore the unique contributions of members of the interdisciplinary team in caring for patients with advanced lung disease Integrate aerosolized therapies more effectively in patient care Describe the ventilation options that exist for patients with long term respiratory failure Recommend appropriate choices for secretion management in patients with long term respiratory failure Discuss how to evaluate the efficacy of long term ventilator management Discuss the ventilatory strategies that are available for the management of sleep apnea and COPD (visit the CTS website at for a comprehensive list of educational objectives) Accreditation This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint providership of Scripps Health and the California Thoracic Society. Scripps Health is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians. Scripps Health designates this live activity for a maximum of 6.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s). Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Nurses The California Thoracic Society (CTS) has been approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number CEP599, for up to 6.0 Contact Hours. This CTS course meets the requirements for CE for RCPs in California for 6.0 hours.

3 Friday, January 30 MANAGEMENT OF PLEURAL DISEASE 12:00 pm 1:00 pm Registration & Pre-Test 1:00 pm 1:10 pm Case Presentation 1:10 pm 1:50 pm Diagnosing the Cause of a Pleural Effusion V. Courtney Broaddus, MD, UCSF 1:50 pm 2:30 pm Management of Parapneumonic Effusions Y. C. Gary Lee, MD, University of Western Australia 2:30 pm 3:10 pm Meet the Professors: V. Courtney Broaddus, MD & Y.C. Gary Lee, MD Saturday, January 31 11:30 am 12:45 pm Multidisciplinary Luncheon Presentation and Discussion Symptom Management in Chronic Lung Disease DorAnne Donesky, PhD, UCSF Aerosolized Therapies Update James Fink, PhD, RRT, FAARC, FCCP CHRONIC RESPIRATORY FAILURE IN ADULTS & CHILDREN 1:00 pm 1:10 pm Welcome & Pre-Test 1:10 pm 1:20 pm Case Presentation: Adolescent with Neuromuscular Disease & Chronic Respiratory Failure Duncan Henry, MD, Fellow, UCSF Benioff Children s Hospital Oakland 1:20 pm 2:00 pm Managing Patients with Chronic Respiratory Failure Due to Neuromuscular Disease Carlos Milla, MD, CF Consortium / Stanford University 2:00 pm 2:50 pm Airway Clearance Device & Home Ventilator Equipment Demonstrations (non-cme) Course Schedule (optional lunchtime meetings additional cost to purchase lunch) 3:10 pm 3:50 pm Demonstrations / Exhibit Hall 3:50 pm 4:30 pm Management of Malignant Pleural Effusions Y. C. Gary Lee, MD 4:30 pm 5:10 pm Diagnosis & Management of Mesothelioma V. Courtney Broaddus, MD 5:10 pm 5:20 pm Closing Comments & Post-Test 5:30 pm 7:00 pm CTS Wine & Cheese Welcome Reception / Poster Viewing 2:50 pm 3:20 pm BREAK & Meet the Professors: Kimberly Hardin, MD; Carlos Milla, MD 3:30 pm 4:10 pm Choosing Among CPAP, BiPAP, ASV & AutoPAP in OSA Kimberly Hardin, MD, UC Davis 4:10 pm 4:50 pm Non-Invasive Ventilation, Portable Ventilators & OSA Equipment Demonstration Stations (non-cme) 4:50 pm 5:10 pm Panel Discussion: Kimberly Hardin, MD; Carlos Milla, MD 5:10 pm 5:20 pm Closing Comments & Post-Test 6:30 pm 8:30 pm CTS/Western Respiratory Club Dinner & Poster Awards Ceremony (dinner requires separate registration and fee) Faculty Disclosure In accordance with the ACCME Standards for Commercial Support, course directors, planning committees, faculty and all others in control of the educational content of the CME activity must disclose all relevant financial relationships with any commercial interest that they or their spouse/ partner may have had within the past 12 months. If an individual refuses to disclose relevant financial relationships, they will be disqualified from being a part of the planning and implementation of this CME activity. Employees of a commercial interest with business lines or products relating to the content of the CME activity will not participate in the planning or any accredited portion of the conference. Disclosure will be made to all participants at the conference location, prior to the educational activity commencement. Commercial Support This course is supported, in part, by educational grants from industry, in accordance with ACCME accreditation Standards for Commercial Support. At the time of printing, a complete listing of commercial supporters was not available. Appropriate acknowledgement will be given to all supporters at the time of the educational activity. Hotel A special group room rate of $149/night is available at the Quail Lodge. Call , refer to Group Code 23669

4 FRIDAY SPECIAL EVENTS CTS Wine & Cheese Welcome Reception / Poster Viewing Conclude an afternoon of learning while enjoying some refreshments and catching up with your CTS colleagues and friends. Fellows will be available to review and discuss their submitted poster abstracts. (included with conference registration) SATURDAY Lunchtime sessions: (optional choose one) (require separate registration and lunch ticket) Multidisciplinary Luncheon Presentation and Discussion Symptom Management in Chronic Lung Disease and Aerosolized Therapies Update Join small group session and lunchtime discussion with DorAnne Donesky, PhD, and James Fink, PhD. (Boxed lunch available for purchase. See registration form.) CTS/Western Respiratory Club Dinner & Poster Awards Ceremony Always a highlight of the CTS annual conference, this year s dinner will be held at the Quail Lodge, featuring guest speaker Dr. Phil Gold and his talk on State of the Physician: How Physician s Feelings Affect their Patients. (separate registration required see registration form for details.) SUNDAY Golf Tournament at Quail Lodge Grab (or rent) your golf clubs and come join the annual CTS Golf Tournament. Nestled in Carmel Valley, and located on property, this year s tournament will begin with a shotgun start that will ensure you are able to play all 18 holes on a beautiful course and still make it home for dinner! (separate registration required. $95/pp includes round of golf, cart and range balls) Hands on Airway Clearance Device Equipment & Demonstrations (Friday & Saturday) The safety and efficacy of airway clearance in pediatric patients, whether inpatient, outpatient or critically ill remains a topic of great complexity and limited research. The vast majority of research and airway clearance in the pediatric population has been in the cystic fibrosis group. The standard of care for airway clearance has been considered conventional chest physiotherapy in the past, but numerous devices and medications have been developed to address the multiple aspects of the airway clearance process. (included with conference registration) Faculty V. Courtney Broaddus, MD, Chief of Pulmonary Medicine, San Francisco General Hospital University of California San Francisco Kimberly A. Hardin, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine University of California Davis Y.C. Gary Lee MB, BCh, PhD, FCCP, FRCP, FRACP, Winthrop Professor of Medicine University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia Carlos E. Milla, MD, MPH, Associate Professor Stanford University, Lucille Packard Children s Hospital Multidisciplinary Luncheon Presentation: DorAnne Donesky, PhD, ANP-BC, Assistant Adjunct Professor University of California San Francisco School of Nursing James B. Fink, PhD, RRT, FAARC, FCCP Case Presentation by Fellow: Duncan Henry, MD, Fellow in Pediatric Pulmonary and Critical Care UCSF Benioff Children s Hospital Oakland CTS/Western Respiratory Club Dinner (Saturday evening at Quail Lodge) Phil Gold, MD, MACP, FCCP, Professor of Medicine, Loma Linda University (guest speaker) CTS Conference Planning Committee: Russell C. Klein, MD, Education Chair Michael Schivo, MD, MAS, Conference Co-Chair Amir Zeki, MD, MAS, Conference Co-Chair George Chaux, MD, FCCP Dan Crouch, MD Heidi Flori, MD, FAAP Christine M. Garvey, FNP, MPA, MSN, FAACVPR Angela Halpin, RN, MN, CNS, PhD(c) Shazia Jamil, MD, FCCP, FAASM Dan Lesser, MD Phillipe Montgrain, MD Angela Wang, MD

5 California Thoracic Society Annual Conference Management of Pleural Disease and Chronic Respiratory Failure in Adults & Children January 30 31, 2015 Quail Lodge, Carmel, CA REGISTRATION FORM Name: Degree: Title: Organization: Address: City: State: Zip: Phone: Fax: Registration Fees CTS Physician Member* $350 ($375 on-site) Non-CTS Physician $395 ($425 on-site) Non-Physician (RN, RT)/CF Consortium Member $175 ($195 on-site) Senior or Retired CTS Member $175 ($200 on-site) Fellow $100 ($125 on-site) Fund A Fellow (help support a Fellow attend the Conference) (insert $ amount) Note: Discounted Group Rate - when registering two (2) or more people from same organization, discounted rate applies. Contact CTS for group registration. *Members qualify for discounted registration rates. To join CTS or renew membership visit Special Event Registration CTS/Western Respiratory Club Dinner (Saturday) $75 pp x # tickets Select quantity: chicken beef vegetarian Multidisciplinary Lunch (Saturday) $25 ($30 on-site) Golf Quail Lodge (Sunday) $95 pp x # tickets Cancellations No refunds or cancellations after January 9, Substitute attendees are permitted. Payment Check Enclosed (payable to California Thoracic Society) Charge: Visa MasterCard AMEX Card #: Exp: Signature: Print name as it appears on card: Mail completed form with payment to: California Thoracic Society (CTS) 575 Market Street, Suite 2125 San Francisco, CA Register on-line at Questions Contact CTS: