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1 Challenges and Controversies in Endoscopy New York Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy 37th Annual New York Course GI Nurses: Building for Tomorrow December 19 20, 2013 Advanced Hands-On Workshops and Satellite Symposia December 18-21, 2013 New York Marriott Marquis Hotel 1535 Broadway, Jointly sponsored by Albert Einstein College of Medicine and New York Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Hands-On Workshops and Satellite Symposia on Pages 9-14 GI Nurses and Associates Program on Page 7-8

2 Challenges and Controversies in Endoscopy Thursday, December 19 6:30 7:30 am REGISTRATION AND CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST 7:30 7:35 WELCOME NYSGE President: Michelle K. Kim, MD, MSc : Felice Schnoll-Sussman, MD, Seth A. Gross, MD; David A. Greenwald, MD 7:35 7:55 KEYNOTE LECTURE Introduction by David A. Greenwald, MD Fecal Transplantation for C. difficile Lawrence J. Brandt, MD SESSION I: Imaging and Endoscopy Moderator: Jean W. Saleh, MD 7:55 8:10 Advanced Imaging Toolbox Jonathan Cohen, MD 8:10 8:25 Don t Need It: Happy with White Light Michael B. Wallace, MD, MPH 8:25 8:40 Gotta Have, It Changed My Life Prateek Sharma, MD 8:40 8:50 Panel Q & A 8:50 9:10 ASGE PRESIDENT S LECTURE Introduction by Michelle K. Kim, MD, MSc Endoscopy: Change You Can Believe In Kenneth Wang, MD 9:10 9:40 BREAK SERVED IN EXHIBIT HALL SESSION II: Stricture and Stenosis Moderator: Hans Gerdes, MD 9:40 9:55 Managing the Bird s Peak Felice Schnoll-Sussman, MD 9:55 10:10 Biliary Strictures Michel Kahaleh, MD 10:10 10:25 Luminal Strictures Arnold J. Markowitz, MD 10:25 10:35 Panel Q & A 10:35 10:55 KEYNOTE LECTURE Introduction by Seth A. Gross, MD, FACG The Impact of Healthcare Reform on Endoscopy Brian C. Jacobson, MD SESSION III: Polyps Us Moderator: Alfred D. Roston, MD 10:55 11:10 Cool Tools : It s Not Your Father s Colonoscope Seth A. Gross, MD 11:10 11:25 EMR, ESD or Old Fashioned Polypectomy Jerome D. Waye, MD 11:25 11:40 So You Want to Do a Good Colonoscopy Mark B. Pochapin, MD 11:40 11:50 Panel Q & A 11:50 12:40 pm LUNCH PROGRAM 12:40 1:00 VISIT THE EXHIBITS 1:00 1:30 PETER D. STEVENS ENDOSCOPIC VIDEO FORUM Moderators: Anthony A. Starpoli, MD and Susana Gonzalez, MD 1:30 1:50 LIVE BROADCAST FROM THE NEW ASGE IT&T CENTER Moderators: David A. Greenwald, MD and Kenneth Wang, MD 1:50 2:10 DAVID B. FALKENSTEIN LECTURE Introduction by Felice Schnoll-Sussman, MD Management of GERD: What Can the Endoscopist Do? Philip O. Katz, MD SESSION IV: Controversies in Endoscopy: Barrett s Esophagus and Pancreatic Cysts Moderator: Kenneth Wang, MD Non-dysplastic Barrett s Esophagus 2:10 2:20 Ablate Them All Robert A. Ganz, MD 2:20 2:30 Not On My Watch Charles J. Lightdale, MD 2:30 2:40 Mystery Case from the Audience R Pancreatic Cysts 2:40 2:50 FNA Them All Christopher J. DiMaio, MD 2:50 3:00 Drop the Needle Amrita Sethi, MD, MSc 3:00 3:10 Mystery Case from the Audience 3:10 3:30 NYSGE PRESIDENT S LECTURE Introduction by Anthony A. Starpoli, MD The Many Faces of Today s Gastroenterologists Michelle K. Kim, MD, MSc 3:30 4:00 BREAK SERVED IN EXHIBIT HALL SESSION V: Preventing a Bad Day in the Endo Unit: Avoiding and Managing Complications Moderator: David H. Robbins, MD, MSc 4:00 4:15 Before It Starts David L. Carr-Locke, MD 4:15 4:30 While It s Happening Gregory B. Haber, MD 4:30 4:45 When It s Over Douglas G. Adler, MD 4:45 4:55 Panel Q & A 4:55 5:10 KEYNOTE LECTURE Introduction by Seth A. Gross, MD Advances in the Treatment of Celiac Disease Peter H. R. Green, MD 5:10 5:30 PETER D. STEVENS LECTURE Introduction by Seth A. Gross, MD From POEM to Full Thickness Resection Techniques: NOTES Reborn Stavros N. Stavropoulos, MD 5:30 5:45 VISIT THE EXHIBITS 5:45 7:00 4th ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC POSTER SESSION and RECEPTION Coordinators: Susana Gonzalez, MD and Satish Nagula, MD Exhibits and Hands-On Demonstration Tables Many outstanding companies and organizations will be participating this year. Take advantage of this opportunity to learn about the latest products and services of importance to your patients and practice. Breakfasts and breaks will be hosted in the exhibit area to provide a relaxing respite from the intensive program. Specific products will be demonstrated in the hands-on area during each break. Exhibit Hours Thursday, December 19 6:30 am to 6:00 pm Friday, December 20 6:30 am to 4:00 pm 2

3 Challenges and Controversies in Endoscopy Friday, December 20 6:30 7:30 am REGISTRATION AND CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST SESSION VI: Pancreaticobiliary Disorders Moderator: Robbyn Sockolow, MD 7:30 7:45 Does My Patient Have Chronic Pancreatitis? Shireen Andrade Pais, MD 7:45 8:00 Advances in Imaging in the Pancreatic Biliary System Sammy Ho, MD 8:00 8:15 Endoscopic Management of Complications of Acute Pancreatitis Jonathan M. Buscaglia, MD 8:15 8:20 Panel Q & A 8:20 9:30 LIVE ENDOSCOPY I Moderator: David A. Greenwald, MD Panelists: Douglas G. Adler, MD Peter H. R. Green, MD; Sammy Ho, MD Patrick Okolo, MBBS, PhD; John R. Saltzman, MD Kenneth Wang, MD 9:30 10:00 BREAK SERVED IN EXHIBIT HALL 10:00 10:20 FLORENCE LEFCOURT LECTURE Introduction by Seth A. Gross, MD Small Bowel Enteroscopy: Beyond the Frontier Patrick Okolo, MBBS, PhD 10:20 11:30 LIVE ENDOSCOPY II Moderator: David A. Greenwald, MD Panelists: Douglas G. Adler, MD; Peter H. R. Green, MD; Patrick Okolo, MBBS, PhD; John R. Saltzman, MD; Jerome H. Siegel, MD, RPh; Kenneth Wang, MD 11:30 12:30 pm LUNCH PROGRAM 12:30 1:00 BREAK/VISIT EXHIBITS Session VII: The Endoscopic On-Call Commando: Foras Admonitio (Without Warning) Moderator: Maurice A. Cerulli, MD 1:00 1:15 Foreign Bodies: It s Stuck Get It Out David A. Greenwald, MD 1:15 1:25 Crayola Stool Color Spectrum: Red Salsa to Eerie Black John R. Saltzman, MD 1:25 1:40 I Got Chills, They re Multiplying Plus Fever and Jaundice Douglas G. Adler, MD 1:40 2:45 LIVE ENDOSCOPY III Moderator: David A. Greenwald, MD Panelists: Douglas G. Adler, MD; Jonathan M. Buscaglia, MD; Christopher J. DiMaio, MD; Seth A. Gross, MD; Patrick Okolo, MBBS, PhD; Amrita Sethi, MD, MSc 2:45 3:10 BREAK SERVED IN EXHIBIT HALL 3:10 3:30 EDWARD BINI KEYNOTE LECTURE Introduction by Felice Schnoll-Sussman, MD C5: A View Forward Through the Scope of the First 10 Years Sidney J. Winawer, MD Session VIII: IBD and Endoscopy Moderator: Ellen J. Scherl, MD 3:30 3:45 Role of Endoscopy in the Identification of Dysplasia Brian P. Bosworth, MD 3:45 4:00 Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis Tamas A. Gonda, MD 4:00 4:05 Panel Q & A 4:05 5:00 LIVE ENDOSCOPY IV Moderator: David A. Greenwald, MD Panelists: Jonathan M. Buscaglia, MD; Christopher J. DiMaio, MD; Sammy Ho, MD John M. Poneros, MD; David H. Robbins, MD; John R. Saltzman, MD 5:00 CLOSING REMARKS Felice Schnoll-Sussman, MD; Seth A. Gross, MD; David A. Greenwald, MD Felice Schnoll-Sussman, MD Seth A. Gross, MD David A. Greenwald, MD Live from New York Gregory B. Haber, MD Mark A. Schattner, MD Advanced Hands-On Workshops and Satellite Symposia Brian P. Bosworth, MD Jonathan Cohen, MD GI Nurses and Associates Course Director Doris Barnie, MSN, RN, CNS-c Live from New York! The Live from New York! case schedule is subject to change. Anticipated Procedures Ampullectomy Challenging Polypectomy Difficult Cannulation Double Balloon Enteroscopy EUS/FNA Cyst Drainage Therapeutic APC Invited Panelists Douglas G. Adler, MD Jonathan M. Buscaglia, MD Christopher J. DiMaio, MD Peter H.R. Green, MD Sammy Ho, MD Patrick Okolo, MBBS, PhD John M. Poneros, MD David H. Robbins, MD John Saltzman, MD Amrita Sethi, MD, MSc Jerome H. Siegel, MD, RPh Kenneth Wang, MD Invited Endoscopists David L. Carr-Locke, MD Jonathan Cohen, MD Frank G. Gress, MD Gregory B. Haber, MD Jüergen Hochberger, MD Douglas A. Howell, MD Michel Kahaleh, MD Sergey Kantsevoy, MD, PhD Franklin E. Kasmin, MD Horst Neuhaus, MD Prateek Sharma, MD Anthony A. Starpoli, MD Stavros N. Stavropoulos, MD Jerome D. Waye, MD Naohisa Yahagi, MD, PhD 3

4 Intended Audience Practicing gastroenterologists, gastrointestinal endoscopists and surgeons, GI fellows, and GI nurses and associates. Support We expect support for this program through grants from pharmaceutical and medical device companies. Accreditation This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and Policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through joint sponsorship of Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University and the New York Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy. of Yeshiva University is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians. of Yeshiva University designates this live activity for a maximum of AMA PRA Category 1 Credits. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Conflict of Interest The Conflict of Interest Disclosure Policy of Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University requires that faculty participating in any CME activity disclose to the audience any relationship(s) with a pharmaceutical or equipment company. Any presenter whose disclosed relationships prove to create a conflict of interest with regard to their contribution to the activity will not be permitted to present. of Yeshiva University also requires that faculty participating in any CME activity disclose to the audience when discussing any unlabeled or investigational use of any commercial product or device, not yet approved in the United States. Under the direction of expert faculty, this course is designed to improve endoscopic practice through live case presentations, video and handson demonstrations, didactic lectures including audience interaction and questions, and hands-on training using animal tissue models. The goals are to help participants improve their knowledge of gastrointestinal diseases and disorders, enhance the quality of their practice, apply state-of-the-art technology in a cost-effective way, understand trends in interventional endoscopic and surgical procedures, and to foster an evidence-based approach to endoscopic decision-making for commonly encountered and controversial problems in gastroenterology. Gastrointestinal endoscopy is experiencing a rapid expansion of knowledge and technological innovation. Advances in therapeutic endoscopy continue to challenge or entirely replace certain purely diagnostic endoscopy techniques. This course will enable participants to learn and apply new information and evolving technological innovations to the enhancement of patient care and outcomes. Assess the clinical utility of current advances in endoscopic technique and apply these to the improvement of patient care across a range of clinical gastroenterology topics Recognize the implications of health care reform for the practice of gastroenterology and understand health information technology as it impacts the endoscopist community Examine and discuss controversial endoscopic therapies in comparison with traditional medical and interventional treatments Recognize trends toward interventional endoscopic procedures such as ablation for early mucosal dysplasias including Barrett s esophagus and endoscopic management of complications and obesity Evaluate important issues in daily clinical practice including sedation, surveillance intervals for colon cancer screening, and quality in endoscopy The staff of NYSGE and the CCME of of Yeshiva University have no conflicts of interest with commercial interests related directly or indirectly to this educational activity. Physicians Program Faculty Douglas G. Adler, MD, FACG, AGAF, FASGE Director of Therapeutic Endoscopy Gastroenterology and Hepatology University of Utah School of Medicine Huntsman Cancer Center Salt Lake City, UT Brian P. Bosworth, MD Anne and Ken Estabrook Clinical Scholar in Gastroenterology Program Director, Gastroenterology & Hepatology Fellowship Lawrence J. Brandt, MD & Surgery Emeritus Chief of Gastroenterology Montefiore Medical Center Bronx, NY Jonathan M. Buscaglia, MD, FASGE Director, Advanced Endoscopy Program Stony Brook University School of Medicine Stony Brook, NY David L. Carr-Locke, MD, FRCP, FACG, FASGE Chief, Division of Digestive Diseases Beth Israel Medical Center Maurice A. Cerulli, MD, FASGE, FACG, AGAF, FACP Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine and Hepatology Director, Division of Gastroenterology North Shore-Long Island Jewish Medical Center New Hyde Park, NY Jonathan Cohen, MD Clinical New York University Medical Center Christopher J. DiMaio, MD Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Director of Therapeutic Endoscopy Mount Sinai Medical Center Robert A. Ganz, MD, FASGE University of Minnesota Chief of Gastroenterology Abbott-Northwestern Hospital Minneapolis, MN Hans Gerdes, MD Memorial Hospital for Cancer and Allied Diseases 4

5 Physicians Program Faculty Tamas A. Gonda, MD Columbia University, New York-Presbyterian Hospital - Columbia Campus Susana Gonzalez, MD Henry D. Janowitz Division of Gastroenterology Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Mount Sinai Medical Center Adam J. Goodman, MD New York University School of Medicine Director of Endoscopy Bellevue Hospital Center Peter H. R. Green, MD Director of Celiac Disease Center New York-Presbyterian Medial Center - Columbia Campus David A. Greenwald, MD Director, Fellowship Training Program Montefiore Medical Center Bronx, NY Frank G. Gress, MD State University of New York Downstate College of Medicine Chief, Division of Gastroenterology & Hepatology Program Director, Gastroenterology Fellowship SUNY Downstate Medical Center Brooklyn, NY Seth A. Gross, MD, FACG New York University Medical School Director of Endoscopy, Tisch Hospital NYU Langone Medical Center Gregory B. Haber, MD Director, Division of Gastroenterology Director, Center for Advanced Therapeutic Endoscopy Lenox Hill Hospital Sammy Ho, MD Director of Pancreaticobiliary Services and Endoscopic Ultrasound Montefiore Medical Center Bronx, NY Jüergen Hochberger, MD Chairman, Department of Gastroenterology Hopitaux Universitaires de Strasbourg Strasbourg, France Douglas A. Howell, MD, FASGE Assistant Clinical Tufts University School of Medicine Director, Pancreaticobiliary Center Director, Advanced Interventional Endoscopy Fellowship Maine Medical Center Portland, ME Brian C. Jacobson, MD, MPH, FASGE, AGAF Boston University School of Medicine Associate Director of Endoscopy Boston Medical Center Boston, MA Michel Kahaleh, MD, AGAF, FACG, FASGE Division of Gastroenterology & Hepatology Department of Medicine Chief, Endoscopy Michelle Kang Kim, MD, MSc Mount Sinai School of Medicine Director, Endoscopic Ultrasound Mount Sinai Medical Center Sergey Kantsevoy, MD, PhD Institute for Digestive Health and Liver Diseases Mercy Medical Center Baltimore, MD Franklin E. Kasmin, MD Clinical Medical Director The Pancreas and Biliary Center Beth Israel Medical Center Philip O. Katz, MD Clinical Jefferson Medical College Chairman, Division of Gastroenterology Albert Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia, PA Charles J. Lightdale, MD Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons New York-Presbyterian Medical Center - Columbia Campus Arnold J. Markowitz, MD Director, GI Fellowship Training Program Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Satish Nagula, MD Interventional Endoscopy Center Division of Gastroenterology & Hepatology Stony Brook University Medical Center Stony Brook, NY Horst Neuhaus, MD Professor of Internal Medicine Department of Internal Medicine Evangelisches Krankenhaus Düsseldorf Düsseldorf, Germany Patrick Okolo, MBBS, PhD Chief of Endoscopy Director, Pancreatitis Centre The Johns Hopkins Hospital Baltimore, MD Shireen Andrade Pais, MD New York Medical College Director of Endoscopic Ultrasound Westchester Medical Center Valhalla, NY Mark B. Pochapin, MD, FACG, FASGE, FACP Director, Division of Gastroenterology Sholz-Leeds Professor of Gastroenterology NYU Langone Medical Center John M. Poneros, MD Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons Interim Director of Endoscopy New York-Presbyterian Medical Center-Columbia Campus David H. Robbins, MD, MSc Associate Chief, Endoscopy Program Director Fellowship in Gastroenterology Lenox Hill Hospital Alfred D. Roston, MD Chief Emeritus, Section of Gastroenterology White Plains Hospital Center White Plains, NY Jean W. Saleh, MD Clinical Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons Senior Attending St. Luke s-roosevelt Hospital John R. Saltzman, MD, FACP, FACG, FASGE, AGAF Director of Endoscopy Brigham and Women s Hospital Harvard Medical School Gastroenterology Division Boston, MA Mark A. Schattner, MD Associate Member Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Ellen J. Scherl, MD, FACP, FACG, AGAF, FASGE Adjunct Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons Director, Jill Roberts Center for Inflammatory Bowel Disease Director of Research Felice Schnoll-Sussman, MD Associate Acting Director, The Jay Monahan Center for Gastrointestinal Health 5

6 Physicians Program Faculty Jerome H. Siegel, MD, RPh Clinical Co-Director, Advanced Fellowship in Therapeutic Endoscopy Beth Israel Medical Center Amrita Sethi, MD, MSc Assistant Division of Digestive and Liver Diseases Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons New York-Presbyterian Medical Center - Columbia Campus Prateek Sharma, MD University of Kansas School of Medicine Kansas City, KS Robbyn Sockolow, MD, AGAF Associate Joan and Sanford I. Weill Medical College Chief of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition Columbia Campus Anthony A. Starpoli, MD Clinical New York Medical College Clinical Instructor New York University Langone Medical Center Associate Director of Esophageal Endotherapy Lenox Hill Hospital - North Shore LIJ Beth Israel Medical Center Stavros N. Stavropoulos, MD Director, GI Endoscopy Director, Program in Advanced GI Endoscopy Winthrop University Hospital Mineola, NY Michael B. Wallace, MD, MPH Mayo Clinic Jacksonville, FL Kenneth Wang, MD Kathy and Russ VanCleve Professor of Gastroenterology Research Mayo Clinic Rochester, MN Jerome D. Waye, MD Clinical Mount Sinai School of Medicine Director of Endoscopic Education Mount Sinai Medical Center Sidney J. Winawer, MD Joan and Sanford I. Weill Medical College Paul Sherlock Chair in Medicine Gastroenterology & Nutrition Service Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Naohisa Yahagi, MD, PhD Keio University School of Medicine Director, Department of Gastroenterology and Endoscopy Unit Toranomon Hospital Tokyo, Japan 4th Annual Scientific Poster Session and Reception Thursday, December 19 5:45 pm to 7:00 pm Special Offer The 37th Annual New York Course registration fee will be waived for fellows with accepted posters (up to two per poster session abstract), pending grant approval. SUBMISSION DEADLINE Monday, November 18! Guidelines Individuals currently enrolled in an accredited medical school, residency, or threeyear Gastroenterology fellowship are eligible to submit, as are fellows enrolled in Advanced Endoscopy, Hepatology, IBD or Motility fellowships Applicants are not required to be the lead author, but must have contributed significantly and meaningfully to the research study Any clinical topic within Gastroenterology or Hepatology is suitable for submission, although case reports will not be accepted Abstracts submitted to a national meeting (DDW, ACG, AASLD) in the past year are eligible Acceptance by NYSGE does not preclude future submission to other conferences The body of the abstract is limited to 2,900 characters, including spaces If selected, posters may be no larger than 4 x 8 Judges and course attendees will view the posters from 5:45 pm to 7:00 pm, during which time all presenters must be in attendance An NYSGE Fellows Research Award will be presented to the top three scoring posters, and the winners announced at the NYSGE Annual Dinner Meeting in February 2014 Submission Instructions Include your full name, Institution, Address, and Phone Number at the top of the first page of your abstract. Abstracts without this information will not be reviewed. Only MS Word and PDF file formats are acceptable Name your file as follows: Your Last Name Institution Abbreviated Title of Abstract Upload your file to the Poster Session Submission Page under The Course navigation tab on the NYSGE website (www.nysge.org) Visit this page for additional information Notification of acceptance status will be made the week of December 2 6

7 GI Nurses: Building for Tomorrow Thursday, December 19 GI Nurses and Associates Program Committee Doris Barnie, MSN, RN, CNS-c, Course Director Barbara Zuccala, MSN, RN, CGRN, Course Coordinator Nancy S. Schlossberg, BSN, RN, CGRN, CE Administrator Maryanne Barretti, BSN, RN, CGRN Doreen Cokeley, BSN, RN, CGRN Maria Alma Estrera-Yorke, MSN, MHA, RN, CGRN Cynthia Howard, ADN, RN, CGRN Johnette Johnson, MSN, RN Melinda Lugay, MS, RN, CGRN Mary Jo Miller, BSN, RN, CGRN Purpose To educate GI nurses and associates about current and emerging therapeutic and technical advances in the practice of gastroenterology. Continuing Nursing Education A minimum of 16 hours of continuing nursing education is anticipated. This educational activity has been submitted to the Society of Gastroenterology Nurses and Associates, Inc. for approval. The Society of Gastroenterology Nurses and Associates, Inc. is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center s Commission on Accreditation. Friday, December 20 6:30 7:30 am REGISTRATION AND CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST CONCURRENT SESSION D: Special Procedures Moderator: Nancy S. Schlossberg, BSN, RN, CGRN 7:30 8:00 Fecal Transplantation for C. difficile Theresa C. Vos, MS, RN, CPN, CGRN 8:00 8:30 Writing the Policy for Fecal Transplantation Johnette Johnson, MS, RN 8:30 9:30 Update on EUS Jay P. Babich, MD 6:30 7:30 am REGISTRATION AND CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST 7:30 7:45 WELCOME AND INTRODUCTIONS Course Director, Doris C. Barnie, MSN, RN, CNS-c SESSION A: Diseases, Drugs and Treatment Moderator: Barbara Zuccala, MSN, RN, CGRN 7:45 8:30 Kiss Your Hemorrhoids Goodbye Patricia L. Raymond, MD 8:30 9:30 Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma: A Case Study Approach to Diagnosis and Management Gabriela Harrington, BSN, RN and Donald Garmon, NP 9:30 10:00 BREAK SERVED IN EXHIBIT HALL SESSION B: Updating Your GI Knowledge Moderator: Nancy Schlossberg, BSN, RN, CGRN 10:00 11:00 Understanding IBD: Pathophysiology, Symptoms and Treatment Barbara Kane, MSN, RN, FNP, BC 11:00 12:00 pm Infection Control: New Legislation Leslie Stewart, BA, RN, CGRN 12:00 1:00 LUNCH AND GI NURSES JEOPARDY! Moderator: Cynthia Howard, ADN, RN, CGRN CONCURRENT SESSION E: Things Every GI Nurse Should Know Moderator: Maria Alma Estrera-Yorke, MSN, MHA, RN, CGRN 7:30 8:30 Evidence-Based Practice Kathleen Burke, PhD, RN 8:30 9:30 Role of the Nurse Navigator Robin Boothe, RN 9:30 10:00 BREAK SERVED IN EXHIBIT HALL CONCURRENT SESSION D: Special Procedures (cont d.) Moderator: Johnette Johnson, MSN, RN 10:00 11:00 Approach to Acute GI Bleeding: Risk Factors, Treatments and Diagnostics Barbara Kane, MSN, RN, FNP, BC 11:00 12:00 GI Treatments: Truth or Myth Haleh Pazwash, MD SESSION C: Exploring Treatment Options Moderator: Maryanne Barretti, BSN, RN, CGRN 1:00 2:00 Keeping Current on Emerging Trends in Interventional GI Endoscopy Kristie Briggs, BSN, RN 2:00 3:00 Barrett s Esophagus Treatment and Options Barbara Zuccala, MSN, RN, CGRN 3:00 3:30 BREAK SERVED IN EXHIBIT HALL 3:30 5:00 CONCURRENT SESSIONS OPTION I: ERCP Hands-On Workshop Limited to 40 Doreen Cokeley, BSN, RN, CGRN; Johnette Johnson, MS, RN; Theresa C. Vos, MS, RN, CPN, CGRN; Barbara Zuccala, MSN, RN, CGRN OPTION II: Assisting in Barrett s Procedures Hands-On Workshop Limited to 40 Maryanne Barretti, BSN, RN, CGRN; Rhonda DelCampo, RN, CGRN; Mary Jo Miller, BSN, RN, CGRN; Kimberly Quinn, MSN, ANP, ACNP, CGRN OPTION III: Physicians Plenary Session 5:00 5:45 VISIT THE EXHIBITS 5:45 7:00 4th ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC POSTER SESSION and RECEPTION Coordinated by Susana Gonzalez, MD and Satish Nagula, MD CONCURRENT SESSION E: Things Every GI Nurse Should Know (cont d.) Moderator: Melinda Lugay, MS, RN, CGRN 10:00 11:00 Diagnostic Liver Tests Patricia L. Raymond, MD 11:00 12:00 pm Legal Issues You Face, Or How to Be Your Own Risk Manager Linda Malkin, RN 12:00 1:15 LUNCH PROGRAM Introduction by Doris Barnie, MSN, RN, CNS-c GI Nursing in the Middle East and Africa Agnes Gaber, MSN, RN, CGRN, ANP-BC 1:15 2:45 PHYSICIANS PLENARY SESSION AND LIVE ENDOSCOPY 2:45 3:10 BREAK SERVED IN EXHIBIT HALL 3:10 5:00 PHYSICIANS PLENARY SESSION AND LIVE ENDOSCOPY 7

8 GI Nurses and Associates Program Faculty Jay P. Babich, MD Attending Gastroenterologist The Valley Hospital Ridgewood, NJ Rhonda DelCampo, RN, CGRN Clinical Endoscopy Educator H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center Tampa, FL Johnette Johnson, MSN, RN Staff Nurse The Valley Hospital Ridgewood, NJ Haleh Pazwash, MD, FACG Chair, Department of Endoscopy The Valley Hospital Ridgewood, NJ Doris C. Barnie, MSN, RN, CNS-c Clinical Nurse Specialist GI Nurse Consultant Ramsey, NJ Maryanne Barretti, BSN, RN, CGRN Nurse Administrator Manhattan Endoscopy Center Robin Boothe, RN Patient Care Coordinator Bon Secours Health System, Inc. Portsmouth, VA Kristie Briggs, BSN, RN Clinical Education Manager ERBE-USA, Inc. Atlanta, GA Kathleen Burke, PhD, RN Assistant Dean in Charge of Nursing Programs Professor of Nursing Ramapo College of New Jersey Mahwah, NJ Doreen Cokeley, BSN, RN, CGRN Staff Nurse The Valley Hospital Ridgewood, NJ Maria Alma Estrera-Yorke, MSN, MHA, RN, CGRN Nurse Manager Endoscopy Suites St. Luke s-roosevelt Hospital Agnes Gaber, MSN, RN, CGRN, ANP-BC Nurse Educator Chicago, IL Donald Garmon, NP Adult Nurse Practitioner Division of GI/Endocrine Surgery Columbia University Medical Center Gabriela Harrington, BSN, RN Clinical Coordinator Columbia University Medical Center Cynthia Howard, ADN, RN, GCRN Clinical Coordinator of Endoscopy Unit Overlook Medical Center - Atlantic Health System Summit, NJ Barbara Kane, MSN, RN, FNP, BC GI Nurse Practitioner SUNY Upstate Medical Center Syracuse VA Medical Center Syracuse, NY Melinda Lugay, MS, RN, CGRN Director of Nursing Carnegie Hill Endoscopy Center Linda Malkin, RN Risk Management Director The Valley Hospital Ridgewood, NJ Mary Jo Miller, RN, BSN, CGRN Staff Nurse Endoscopy Department Overlook Medical Center - Atlantic Health System Summit, NJ Kimberly Quinn, MSN, ANP, ACNP, CGRN Senior Nurse Practitioner Oncology Services University of Maryland Medical Center Baltimore, MD Patricia L. Raymond, MD, FACG Assistant Professor of Clinical Internal Medicine Eastern Virginia Medical School Norfolk, VA Nancy S. Schlossberg, BSN, RN, CGRN Endoscopy Services Manager Bon Secours Health Center at Harbour View Suffolk, VA Leslie Stewart, BA, RN, CGRN Instructor Brookdale Community College Nurse Manager of Endoscopy (Retired) Jersey Shore University Medical Center/ Meridian Neptune, NJ Theresa C. Vos, MS, RN, CPN, CGRN Director of GI Pulmonary Endoscopy Services Aurora Health Care Milwaukee, WI Barbara Zuccala, MSN, RN, CGRN GI Clinical Educator The Valley Hospital Ridgewood, NJ Peter D. Stevens Endoscopic Video Forum Thursday, December 20 Guidelines Subject matter must be endoscopic in nature and pose a clinical challenge or demonstrate an intriguing technique Files may be no more than 3 minutes in length and may include a narrative audio track that will be used for review purposes, but will not be part of the live presentation Five videos will be selected. If chosen, you must be present to narrate your video during the video forum on the above day. A two-minute panel discussion will follow each presentation An award will be presented to the top video, and the winner announced at the NYSGE Annual Dinner Meeting in February 2014 SUBMISSION DEADLINE Monday, November 18! Submission Instructions Prepare an MS Word file that includes your full name, Institution, Address, and Phone Number Name both this and your video file as follows: Your Last Name Institution Abbreviated Title of Video Acceptable video file formats include.wmv,.mp4,.avi,.mpg Upload both your Identification file (MS Word) and video file to the Video Forum Submission Page under The Course navigation tab on the NYSGE website (www.nysge.org) Visit this page for additional information Notification of acceptance status will be made the week of December 2 8

9 Advanced Hands-On Workshops and Satellite Symposia A series of advanced hands-on workshops and satellite symposia are planned to enhance the overall course and provide intensive learning experiences on specialized topics in small group settings. Attendance is limited. Separate registration and fee are required. See inside back cover for pricing. Wednesday, December 18, 2013 Option 1: Exploring Complexities of Capsule Endoscopy: 8:00 am 12:30 pm 4.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits A Course for Advanced Users Option 2: Esophageal Technological Innovation: Optimizing 1:45 pm 7:30 pm 5.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits the Old and Implementing the New Option 3: Advances in Medical and Surgical Approaches 6:00 pm 8:30 pm 2.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits to Inflammatory Bowel Disease Thursday, December 19, 2013 Option 4: Advancements in Hepatitis Therapies 6:15 pm 9:00 pm 2.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits Option 5: ERCP for Everyday Problems: Hands-On 5:45 pm 9:00 pm 3.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits Workshop with the Masters Option 6: Advanced Endoscopic Resection and Closure: 5:45 pm 9:00 pm 3.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits ESD/POEM Endoscopic Suturing Live Demonstration and Hands-On in Ex-Vivo Models Saturday, December 21, 2013 Option 7: Practical EUS: Hands-On and Case Discussions 8:30 am 12:00 pm 3.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits Option 8: Advanced Colon Diagnostics and Therapeutics: 8:30 am 12:00 pm 3.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits Improving Skills in Complex Procedures Live Broadcast from the New ASGE IT&T Center Get a first-hand look at ASGE s new Institute for Training and Technology, a state-of-the-art learning facility that supports integrated hands-on and didactic medical training in endoscopy and other medical specialties. 9

10 Advanced Hands-On Workshops and Satellite Symposia Option 1 Exploring Complexities of Capsule Endoscopy: A Course for Advanced Users Wednesday, December 18 8:00 am 12:30 pm Option 2 Esophageal Technological Innovation: Optimizing the Old and Implementing the New Wednesday, December 18 1:45 pm 7:30 pm Felice Schnoll-Sussman, MD; Amir Soumekh, MD Guest Faculty David J. Hass, MD; Peter Legnani, MD Intended Audience Gastroenterologists, GI fellows, and GI nurses This course is designed to address the needs of established capsule endoscopy users, with an emphasis on improving interpretation skills, and to provide an update on the latest clinical and technological developments in capsule endoscopy, with implications for skill maintenance and enhancement in the use of this procedure. The course will focus on maximizing the efficiency of advanced capsule readers through interpretation of unusual or atypical case findings, emphasizing diagnosis, localization, and subsequent case management. Localize typical and atypical findings on capsule endoscopy Improve accuracy of interpretation of unusual or atypical findings Gain experience in complex capsule interpretation and subsequent case management through extensive case study examples Agenda Topics Introduction to Capsule Reading: How I Do It The Prep: Do We Need It or Are We Just Torturing the Patient? Case Studies: GI Bleeding Case Studies: IBD Case Studies: Small Bowel Masses Hands-On Session:10 Cases to Challenge Yourself (aka How Am I Doing? ) Felice Schnoll-Sussman, MD; Philip O. Katz, MD Guest Faculty Donald O. Castell, MD; R. Matthew Gideon; Arnon Lambroza, MD; Charles J. Lightdale, MD; Prateek Sharma, MD; Michael B. Wallace, MD; Kenneth Wang, MD Intended Audience Practicing gastroenterologists, GI fellows, and GI nurses and associates Through clinical case studies and hands-on sessions, this course will present endoscopic innovations for the treatment of esophageal disorders including high-resolution manometry, ph analysis and impedance, Barrett s ablative technologies including radiofrequency ablation and cryoablation, endoscopic mucosal resection, and esophageal stent placement. Evolving endoscopic innovations for the treatment of esophageal disorders, including minimally invasive treatment modalities and high resolution endoscopic evaluations, are transforming the way gastroenterologists diagnose and manage both benign and malignant disorders. This course will address these technological innovations in an exciting case-based and hands-on format. Dedicated hands-on instruction specific to the role of GI nurses and technicians will be provided. Illustrate the utility of esophageal ph monitoring and impedance testing in the evaluation of patients with typical and atypical GERD symptoms Understand practical issues in the performance of ablative therapies of Barrett s esophagus including radiofrequency ablation and cryoablation Review the utility of confocal endoscopy and endoscopic mucosal resection in the management of HGD and early esophageal cancer Evaluate the role of esophageal stent placement in the management of esophageal strictures Agenda 1:45 2:00 pm Registration 2:00 2:15 The How-To s of Diagnosing Barrett s Esophagus Felice Schnoll-Sussman, MD 2:15 2:30 The Surveillance Must Do s Kenneth Wang, MD 2:30 2:45 The Wants Prateek Sharma, MD 2:45 3:00 The Management of Dysplasia and Recurrence Charles J. Lightdale, MD 3:00 3:15 The Management of Benign Complex Strictures Michael B. Wallace, MD 3:15 3:30 Panel Discussion Questions and Answers 3:30 3:45 Break and Move to Hands-On Area 3:45 5:00 Hands-On Session #1 Including Dedicated Instruction for GI Nurses and Technicians Radiofrequency Ablation Cryoablation Endoscopic Mucosal Resection Narrow Band Imaging Confocal Endoscopy Optical Coherence Tomography Esophageal stents 5:00 Clinical Esophageal Laboratory Reflux Monitoring Optimal Utilization 5:00 5:15 Telemetry Capsule Is All I Need: 24, 48, 96 or More? Philip O. Katz, MD 5:15 5:30 Impedance/pH: Is All I Need Donald O. Castell, MD 5:30 5:45 Questions and Answers 5:45 6:00 High Resolution Manometry: What Does It Add and How Do I Use It? Arnon Lambroza, MD 6:00 6:15 Is It Mandatory to Use Chicago Classification? Value of Impedance in Manometry Lab Philip O. Katz, MD 6:15 7:30 Hands-On Session #2 Bravo 24-hour ph/impedance High Resolution Manometry 7:30 Evaluations and Adjourn 10

11 Option 3 Advances in Medical and Surgical Approaches to Inflammatory Bowel Disease Wednesday, December 18 6:00 pm 8:30 pm Course Director Brian P. Bosworth, MD Guest Faculty Fabrizio Michelassi, MD; Ellen J. Scherl, MD Intended Audience Gastroenterologists, GI fellows, primary care physicians, nurse practitioners and other health care professionals involved in the care and treatment of IBD. This course is designed to provide an improved understanding of how current IBD therapies, from mesalamines to immunomodulators to anti-tnf therapy, may be optimized. New pathways of medical therapy and advances in bowel-sparing therapy will also be presented. Few physicians are aware of new developments in the diagnosis and treatment of inflammatory bowel disease, a chronic relapsing remitting disease of the intestine. Course participants will learn how to monitor and optimize current and emerging therapies and appreciate how advances in surgical techniques can allow for improved bowel-sparing operations. Recognize the differences between mild, moderate and severe IBD Optimize use of mesalamines, biologics and immunomodulators to induce and maintain remission of IBD Understand the role of new agents for targeted therapy in treating inflammatory bowel disease Determine appropriate surgical candidates and understand the role of bowel-sparing nonmedical options Option 4 Advancements in Hepatitis Therapies Thursday, December 19 6:15 pm 9:00 pm Ira M. Jacobson, MD; Sonal Kumar, MD, MPH Guest Faculty Robert S. Brown, Jr., MD; Douglas T. Dieterich, MD; Paul J. Gaglio, MD Intended Audience Gastroenterologists, hepatologists, infectious disease specialists, and interested primary care physicians who treat viral hepatitis in their practices. This course is designed to provide physicians and other healthcare providers with up to date information on new therapies for hepatitis C and hepatitis B. The field of viral hepatitis therapy has been transformed with the use of direct-acting antiviral agents. Recent long term data provide new perspectives on what can be accomplished with nucleotide or nucleoside polymerase inhibitors for hepatitis B, including fibrosis or cirrhosis regression. New screening guidelines for hepatitis C have the potential to identify a large number of patients with HCV infection, but strategies are needed to optimize the application of these guidelines and ensure linkage to proper care. Treatment with protease inhibitors is no longer novel and new data continue to emerge, including the results of treatment in challenging populations. In the face of dramatic results being obtained with interferon-free regimens, clinicians must regularly assess the issue of whether to treat with currently available agents or await the advent of new treatment paradigms. The pace at which new information is emerging makes a symposium covering the latest developments highly opportune. Discuss recent observations on the long term outcome of HBV therapy with oral antiviral drugs Assess the impact of the recent CDC guidelines for HCV screening and present strategies for provision of care to newly identified patients Recognize the results of treatment of HCV infection with boceprevir and telaprevir, and interpret the recent data on new drugs that are expected to transform the landscape of therapy Choose practical approach to the treatment of HCV infection in patients with advanced cirrhosis and liver transplants Agenda 6:15-6:25 pm Registration and Light Refreshments 6:25-6:30 Introduction and Welcome Ira M. Jacobson, MD 6:30-7:00 Update on Hepatitis B Therapy and Outcomes Paul J. Gaglio, MD 7:00-7:25 New Interferon-based Therapies for HCV Sonal Kumar, MD, MPH 7:25-7:50 Emerging Interferon-free Therapies for HCV Ira M. Jacobson, MD 7:50 8:20 Treatment of HCV-HIV Co-infection Douglas T. Dieterich, MD 8:20-8:50 Management of HCV in Advanced Cirrhosis and Transplant Patients Robert S. Brown, Jr., MD 8:50-9:00 Question and Answer Session 9:00 Evaluations and Adjourn Agenda 6:00-6:30 pm Registration and Light Refreshments 6:30 6:35 Welcome and Introduction 6:35 7:00 Optimizing Current Therapies 7:00-7:30 Beyond Anti-TNF: Therapeutics on the Horizon 7:30-8:00 Advances in Minimally Invasive and Bowel Sparing Surgery for Crohn s Disease 8:00-8:30 Question and Answer Session 8:30 Evaluations and Adjourn 11

12 Advanced Hands-On Workshops and Satellite Symposia Option 5 ERCP for Everyday Problems: Hands-On Workshop with the Masters Thursday, December 19 5:45 pm 9:00 pm Jonathan Cohen, MD; Christopher J. DiMaio, MD Guest Faculty Douglas G. Adler, MD; David L. Carr-Locke, MD; Horst Neuhaus, MD; Patrick Okolo, MBBS, PhD; Divyesh V. Sejpal, MD Intended Audience Practicing gastroenterologists who perform ERCP, advanced endoscopy fellows, and ERCP nurses and technicians. This course is designed to give participants a comprehensive review of cannulation techniques and the management of stones and strictures, and to teach new developments in scope technology and accessories. Rapid advances in technology are transforming the practice of ERCP, making it increasingly important for physicians to keep current with both the cognitive and handson aspects of procedural endoscopy through mentored practice with new equipment and methods. This course will present technological advances and provide participants with mentored learning at the side of an expert endoscopist. Apply standard and advanced techniques in ERCP Assess new developments in endoscopic devices, including ERCP catheters and cannulation techniques Identify and discuss the indications for pancreaticobiliary stenting and advances in techniques and stent technology Describe the management of patients with indeterminate biliary strictures Describe the use of mechanical lithotripsy in the management of difficult biliary stone disease Incorporate into practice safe and effective techniques in advanced ERCP skills, including sphincterotomy, wire exchanges, and placement of plastic and metal stents. Agenda 5:45 pm 6:00 Registration and Light Refreshments 6:00 6:05 Welcome and Introduction Jonathan Cohen, MD Christopher J. DiMaio, MD 6:05 6:20 Getting In: Expert Tips for Successful Biliary Cannulation Douglas G. Adler, MD 6:20 6:35 Is It or Isn t It? Approach to Indeterminate Biliary Strictures David L. Carr-Locke, MD 6:35 6:50 Pancreatic ERCP: When, Why, and How? Horst Neuhaus, MD 6:50 7:00 Panel Discussion and Questions 7:00 9:00 Hands-on Training with All Faculty Cannulation Sphincterotomy, Short- Wire Exchange Mechanical Lithotripsy Metal Stenting Pancreatic Duct Stenting 9:00 Evaluations and Adjourn Option 6 Advanced Endoscopic Resection and Closure: ESD/ POEM Endoscopic Suturing Live Demonstration and Hands-On in Ex-Vivo Models Thursday, December 19 5:45 pm 9:00 pm Jonathan Cohen, MD; Stavros N. Stavropoulos, MD Guest Faculty Gregory B. Haber, MD; Jüergen Hochberger, MD Sergey Kantsevoy, MD, PhD; Michael B. Wallace, MD, MPH; Naohisa Yahagi, MD, PhD Intended Audience Advanced GI endoscopists, surgical endoscopists, and others in the GI field who are interested in increasing their knowledge of techniques, equipment and devices used in cutting edge resection techniques such ESD and POEM. In this course, ESD and POEM will be demonstrated by experts in a live and interactive forum allowing free-flowing interaction between participants and faculty during the live demonstrations. Structured training sessions to expose participants to devices currently used for POEM, ESD and endoscopic closure will follow the live demonstrations. ESD was developed in Asia over a decade ago to allow endoscopic removal of early neoplasms and spare patients the standard approach of transabdominal surgery and organ resection. Due to the technical difficulty of ESD and extensive training required, adoption in the US has been slow. However, interest in this technique has increased with the advent of POEM, the first successful NOTES procedure now in an exponential growth phase. ESD is the parent technique for POEM and therefore an essential skill for POEM operators. There are very limited opportunities for US physicians to observe expert demonstrations of these techniques and engage in mentored hands-on exposure to the latest devices and techniques in tissue models. This course will provide such an opportunity. 12

13 Option 7 Practical EUS: Hands-On and Case Discussions Saturday, December 21 8:30 am - 12:00 pm Option 8 Advanced Colon Diagnostics and Therapeutics: Improving Skills in Complex Procedures Saturday, December 21 8:30 am 12:00 pm Gain exposure to the techniques used to access the submucosal space ( third space ) and the utility of submucosal dissection in resecting neoplasms (when directed towards the lumen) or performing interventions on the muscularis propria (when directed away from the lumen) Become familiar with currently available specialized electrical generators and electrical knives used in POEM and ESD Obtain training in the use of an endoscopic suturing device for closure of defects Agenda 5:45 pm 6:00 Registration and Light Refreshments 6:00 6:15 Welcome and Introduction Stavros N. Stavropoulos, MD 6:15 7:00 Live Demonstration of POEM with Closure Using Endoscopic Suturing Stavros N. Stavropoulos, MD 7:00 7:30 Live Demonstration of ESD on Ex-Vivo Model Naohisa Yahagi, MD, PhD 7:30 9:00 Hands-on Training with the Faculty Rotations through the Following Stations: Endoscopic Suturing ESD POEM Sammy Ho, MD; David H. Robbins, MD, MSc Guest Faculty Juan Carlos Bucobo, MD; Jonathan M. Buscaglia, MD; Christopher J. DiMaio, MD Intended Audience Gastroenterologists and advanced GI fellows. This course is designed to provide a focused review of the main indications for EUS, to present and elucidate specific quality measure in EUS by indication, and to enable participants to practice interventional EUS techniques with hands-on simulators and perform quality examinations in a standardized format with maximum efficiency. Instruction in endoscopic ultrasound is not a typical component of most GI fellowship programs. Although some training programs cover basic skills, little attention is given to mastering specific quality measures in EUS. This course will provide didactic and practical hands-on experience to help participants gain proficiency in the spectrum of EUS skill sets, from basic to advanced. Bridge the gap from practical tips to specific quality measures in EUS Define the components of the ideal targeted EUS exam by specific indication Integrate basic skill set with latest advances in interventional EUS Agenda 8:30 am - 9:00 Registration and Breakfast 9:00-9:10 Welcome and Introductions 9:10-9:30 Case Discussions 9:30-12:00 pm Hands-on Session 12:00 Evaluations and Adjourn Jonathan Cohen, MD; Franklin E. Kasmin, MD Guest Faculty William H. Brown, Jr., MD; Seth A. Gross, MD; Jüergen Hochberger, MD; Arnold J. Markowitz, MD; Kai Matthes, MD, PhD; Patrick Saitta, MD Intended Audience Gastroenterologists and GI fellows Advances in endoscopic knowledge and technology are developing on a continual basis, necessitating endoscopists to receive on-going training to process new information and develop enhanced skills. This course is designed to give participants an ex-vivo forum for learning and practicing new endoscopic techniques that incorporate the newest technological advances. Hands-on training in therapeutic endoscopy skills including polyp identification, tumor resection techniques, bleeding, and perforation management will be provided. Improve performance of advanced therapeutic endoscopic procedures Gain important experience with certain new techniques and maintain skills in others Evaluate different approaches to new endoscopic procedures including indications and proper technique Agenda 8:30 am - 9:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast 9:00-9:10 Introduction and Overview 9:10-12:00 pm Hands-on Session Attendees will rotate through these endoscopic work stations: 1. Clip introduction; treatment of a colonic wall tear 2. Standard clips; closure of an elongated tear 3. ESD techniques 4. Wide view colonoscopy versus standard view: find the polyps 5. Endoscopic suturing 6. Colon: saline assisted polypectomy 7. Balloon assisted enteroscopy and polyp detection 8. Narrow band imaging station 13

14 14 Satellite Symposia Faculty Douglas G. Adler, MD, FACG, AGAF, FASGE Director of Therapeutic Endoscopy Gastroenterology and Hepatology University of Utah School of Medicine Huntsman Cancer Center Salt Lake City, UT Brian P. Bosworth, MD Anne and Ken Estabrook Clinical Scholar in Gastroenterology of Cornell University Program Director, Gastroenterology & Hepatology Fellowship Robert S. Brown, Jr., MD Frank Cardile Medical Director, Center for Liver Disease and Transplantation Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons New York-Presbyterian Medical Center Columbia Campus William H. Brown, Jr., MD Division of Gastroenterology Beth Israel Medical Center Juan Carlos Bucobo, MD Stony Brook University School of Medicine Director of Endoscopy Stony Brook University Hospital Stony Brook, NY Jonathan M. Buscaglia, MD, FASGE Director, Advanced Endoscopy Program Stony Brook University School of Medicine Stony Brook, NY David L. Carr-Locke, MD, FRCP, FACG, FASGE Chief, Division of Digestive Diseases Beth Israel Medical Center Donald O. Castell, MD Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology Director of the Esophageal Disorders Program Medical University of South Carolina Charleston, SC Jonathan Cohen, MD Clinical New York University Medical Center Douglas T. Dieterich, MD Mount Sinai School of Medicine Vice Chairman, Department of Medicine Mount Sinai Medical Center Christopher J. DiMaio, MD Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Director of Therapeutic Endoscopy Mount Sinai Medical Center Paul J. Gaglio, MD, FACP, AGAF Medical Director, Liver Transplantation Montefiore-Einstein Liver Center Bronx, NY R. Matthew Gideon Director, Esophageal Function Laboratory Albert Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia, PA Seth A. Gross, MD, FACG New York University Medical School Director of Endoscopy, Tisch Hospital NYU Langone Medical Center Gregory B. Haber, MD Director, Division of Gastroenterology Director, Center for Advanced Therapeutic Endoscopy Lenox Hill Hospital David J. Hass, MD, FACG Assistant Clinical Yale University School of Medicine Medical Director, Endoscopy Center of Connecticut, LLC Yale New Haven Hospital Gastroenterology Center of CT, PC Hamden, CT Sammy Ho, MD Director of Pancreaticobiliary Services and Endoscopic Ultrasound Montefiore Medical Center Bronx, NY Jüergen Hochberger, MD Chairman, Department of Gastroenterology Hopitaux Universitaires de Strasbourg Strasbourg, France Ira M. Jacobson, MD Vincent Astor Distinguished Professor of Medicine Chief, Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology Sergey Kantsevoy, MD, PhD Institute for Digestive Health and Liver Diseases Mercy Medical Center Baltimore, MD Franklin E. Kasmin, MD Clinical Medical Director The Pancreas and Biliary Center Beth Israel Medical Center Philip O. Katz, MD Clinical Jefferson Medical College Chairman, Division of Gastroenterology Albert Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia, PA Sonal Kumar, MD, MPH Div. of Gastroenterology and Hepatology Arnon Lambroza, MD Clinical Peter Legnani, MD Clinical Instructor of Medicine Attending, Division of Gastroenterology Mount Sinai Medical Center Charles J. Lightdale, MD Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons Columbia Campus Arnold J. Markowitz, MD Director, GI Fellowship Training Program Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Kai Matthes, MD, PhD Director, Development Endoscopy Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Harvard Medical School Milton H. Alper Fellow Department of Anesthesiology Children s Hospital Boston Boston, MA Fabrizio Michelassi, MD The Lewis Atterbury Stimson Professor of Surgery Chairman of Surgery and Surgeon-in-Chief New York-Presbyterian Medical Center Horst Neuhaus, MD Professor of Internal Medicine Department of Internal Medicine Evangelisches Krankenhaus Düsseldorf Düsseldorf, Germany Patrick Okolo, MBBS, PhD Chief of Endoscopy Director, Pancreatitis Centre The Johns Hopkins Hospital Baltimore, MD David H. Robbins, MD, MSc Associate Chief, Endoscopy Program Director Fellowship in Gastroenterology Lenox Hill Hospital Patrick Saitta, MD Clinical Assistant Professor Division of Gastroenterology NYU Langone Medical Center Ellen J. Scherl, MD, FACP, FACG, AGAF, FASGE Adjunct Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons Director, Jill Roberts Center for Inflammatory Bowel Disease Director of Research Felice Schnoll-Sussman, MD Associate Acting Director, The Jay Monahan Center for Gastrointestinal Health Divyesh V. Sejpal, MD Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine Chief of Endoscopy North Shore - LIJ Health System Manhasset, NY Prateek Sharma, MD University of Kansas School of Medicine Kansas City, KS Amir Soumekh, MD Senior Fellow Stavros N. Stavropoulos, MD Director, GI Endoscopy Director, Program in Advanced GI Endoscopy Winthrop University Hospital Mineola, NY Michael B. Wallace, MD, MPH Mayo Clinic Jacksonville, FL Kenneth Wang, MD Kathy and Russ VanCleve Professor of Gastroenterology Research Mayo Clinic Rochester, MN Naohisa Yahagi, MD, PhD Keio University School of Medicine Director, Department of Gastroenterology and Endoscopy Unit Toranomon Hospital Tokyo, Japan

15 General Information Registration All registration and payment is online through NYSGE s secure website (www.nysge.org). Members must login to obtain member rates. Non-member physicians and GI nurses and associates must create a user account before registering. Instructions can be found on the website. To pay by check, complete the online registration form, exit at the payment page, and then for instructions on submitting your check payment. Course Registration Fees By After November 15th November 15th On-site NYSGE Members $425 $475 $575 Non-Member Physicians $525 $575 $675 GI Fellows $425 $475 $575 GI Nurses & Associates $425 $475 $575 Hotel Information New York Marriott Marquis Hotel, 1535 Broadway, Situated in exciting Times Square, the New York Marriot Marquis Hotel offers easy access to entertainment, cultural venues, numerous restaurants, and world-famous shopping. During the conference, the city will be ablaze with color for the holiday season, offering a wonderful opportunity to combine education with pleasure. The NYSGE guest room rate is $314 plus tax (currently 14.75%) plus $3.50 occupancy per room per night for rooms booked by Friday, October 18, Rooms are limited and reservations made after this date will be charged $359 plus tax and occupancy fee. To obtain the group rate, reservations must be made in one of these two ways: Go to the NYSGE website (www.nysge.org) and click on The Course navigation tab to locate the hotel reservation link. Or, enter this link directly into your browser: https://resweb.passkey.com/resweb.do?mode=welcome_ei_ new&eventid= Call (toll free) or (local). Be sure to mention our group name: NYSGE 37th Annual New York Course Parking Information Parking is not included in the registration fee. Parking is available at the Marriott and in numerous parking garages in the Times Square area. A list of local garages can be found on the NYSGE website (www.nysge.org). Special Needs Participants in need of special accommodations are asked to submit a written request no later than December 2, 2013 to NYSGE, 70A Greenwich Avenue, Suite 203, 10011, or Dietary Needs Kosher and vegetarian lunch selections will be available. Indicate your preference on the registration form. Tickets will be distributed and collected for Kosher lunches. General Information Website: Phone: By After November 15th November 15th On-site Advanced Hands-On Workshops and Satellite Symposia Registration Fees Please register early, as space is limited. However, courses that do not fill may be subject to cancellation. If cancelled, a full refund will be made. Wednesday, December 18, 2013 Option 1: Exploring Complexities of Capsule Endoscopy: A Course for Advanced Users 8:00 am 12:30 pm Physicians $245 $295 $345 Advanced GI Fellows $45 $60 $75 Option 2: Esophageal Technological Innovation: Optimizing the Old and Implementing the New 1:45 pm 7:30 pm Physicians $245 $295 $345 GI Fellows $45 $60 $75 GI Nurses and Associates $45 $60 $75 Option 3: Advances in Medical and Surgical Approaches to Inflammatory Bowel Disease 6:00 pm 8:30 pm Physicians $25 $35 $45 GI Fellows $25 $35 $45 GI Nurses and Associates $25 $35 $45 Thursday, December 19, 2013 Option 4: Advancements in Hepatitis Therapies 6:15 pm 9:00 pm Physicians $25 $35 $45 GI Fellows $25 $35 $45 GI Nurses and Associates $25 $35 $45 Option 5: ERCP for Everyday Problems: Hands-On Workshop with the Masters 5:45 pm 9:00 pm Physicians $245 $295 $345 Advanced GI Fellows $45 $60 $75 Option 6: Advanced Endoscopic Resection and Closure: ESD/POEM Endoscopic Suturing Live Demonstration and Hands-On in Ex-Vivo Models 5:45 pm 9:00 pm Physicians $245 $295 $345 Advanced GI Fellows $45 $60 $75 Saturday, December 21, 2013 Option 7: Practical EUS: Hands-On and Case Discussions 8:30 am 12:00 pm Physicians $245 $295 $345 Advanced GI Fellows $45 $60 $75 Option 8: Advanced Colon Diagnostics and Therapeutics: Improving Skills in Complex Procedures 8:30 am 12:00 pm Physicians $245 $295 $345 Advanced GI Fellows $45 $60 $75 Cancellation Policy Refund less $50 processing fee will be given when requested in writing and submitted no later than December 9, No refunds will be made after this date. 15

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