1 REGISTER NOW: SAVE UP TO $70 UNTIL 12/01/14 Earn Up to 37 CME Credits A CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION CONFERENCE Self-Assessment Program Approved by the ABD APPROVED FOR 37 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s) 37 AAD Recognized Credits 35 AAFP Prescribed Credits Nursing Credits including 26.0 hours approved for pharmacotherapeutic credit 26 Continuing Pharmacy Education Credits Jointly provided by Publication Partners in affiliation with
2 Join us at SDEF s 39 th Annual Hawaii Dermatology Seminar We explore the latest advances in the treatment and management of common and complex diseases of the skin, both for adults and children as well as new developments in aesthetic medicine. Our exceptional faculty will present clinically relevant information that you will find immediately useful in the care of your patients. This six-day meeting provides interactive presentations, case studies in medical dermatology, live-patient injection sessions and multiple workshops. Learn from the experts about acne, rosacea, actinic keratoses, skin cancers, psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, nonsurgical facial rejuvenation, and much more. Skin Disease Education Foundation s (SDEF) 39 th Annual Hawaii Dermatology Seminar s comprehensive agenda contains cutting edge, innovative and evolving issues relevant to practicing physicians and healthcare providers who treat diseases of the skin. Our scientific program has been designed to keep the clinician up-to-date on new developments within the field of dermatology. This year we are offering these interactive workshops: Dermoscopy: Tools to Use, Phototesting/Patch Testing and Managing Your Practice. We look forward to seeing you on Kaua i at SDEF s 39 th Annual Hawaii Dermatology Seminar, March 1-6, Don t miss out; register today and take advantage of our first early bird discount which ends September 15, 2014., DIRECTORS Medical Dermatology Contact and Occupational Dermatology University of Louisville, Louisville, KY Procedural and Aesthetic Dermatology Professor and Chair University of California, Irvine, CA SESSION CHAIRS Aesthetic Dermatology Assistant Yale Medical School Adjunct Assistant Professor of Medicine (Dermatology) Dartmouth Medical School Pediatric Dermatology Lawrence F. Eichenfield, MD Professor of Clinical Pediatrics and Medicine (Dermatology) Chief, Pediatric and Adolescent Dermatology University of California, San Diego School of Medicine Psoriasis Saint Louis University Medical School, MO Director of Dermatology Research Henry Ford Health System Detroit, MI Melanoma/Cutaneous Oncology Chief, Dermatology Service Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center WHO SHOULD ATTEND This conference is designed for dermatologists, family physicians, and other physicians, residents, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, pharmacists and fellows who will gain important insights into the management of patients with skin diseases. LEARNING OBJECTIVES At the conclusion of this live conference, participants should be able to: Integrate into daily practice evidence-based recommendations on new and emerging therapies for common and uncommon dermatologic diseases. Implement updated strategies for managing acne, rosacea, and actinic keratosis. Explain the roles of biologic agents in the treatment of psoriasis and appropriately incorporate newer biologics into therapeutic practice. Describe the mechanisms of action, efficacy, and safety of the biologic agents used to treat psoriasis. Analyze treatment approaches for the pediatric patient with common as well as complex skin diseases. Incorporate the recent advances in understanding and treating pediatric dermatology issues such as atopic dermatitis and pediatric acne. Discuss new approaches to therapy including pathway targeted therapy in the treatment of melanoma. Analyze emerging treatments for tinea and onychomycosis. Appropriately incorporate into clinical practice one or more of the targeted treatments that act on the Hedgehog pathway in the treatment of basal cell carcinoma. Assess the role of diagnostic tools including dermoscopy and technology in diagnosis and detection of skin cancers. Recognize urticaria and how to deal with itch. Identify the factors that are important in selecting appropriate filler agents for treating different areas of the face and targeted planar depths. Compare and contrast the efficacy and safety of agents, devices, and techniques currently available in aesthetic and procedural dermatology. Determine the appropriate nonsurgical techniques for facial rejuvenation. Discuss the latest recommendations for patch testing/phototesting and explain how they should be used to improve the treatment of allergic conditions. Utilize enhanced practice management techniques and tools to increase office efficiency and facilitate patient care. JOINT PROVIDER STATEMENT This activity will be planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and Policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey and Skin Disease Education Foundation, a division of Global Academy for Medical Education. Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians. DESIGNATION STATEMENTS: PHYSICIANS Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey designates this live activity for a maximum of 37 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s). Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. AAD CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION RECOGNITION AWARD The Skin Disease Education Foundation s 39 TH Annual Hawaii Dermatology Seminar (Program #216100) is recognized by the American Academy of Dermatology for 37 AAD Recognized Credit(s) and may be used toward the AAD CME Award. AAFP CREDIT This Live activity, Skin Disease Education Foundation s 39 TH Annual Hawaii Dermatology Seminar with a beginning date of 03/01/15 through 03/06/15, has been reviewed and is acceptable for up to 35.0 Prescribed credits by the American Academy of Family Physicians. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. NURSES Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Center for Continuing and Outreach Education is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the New Jersey State Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center s Commission On Accreditation. Provider Number P173-12/ Nurses should only claim those contact hours actually spent participating in the activity. This activity is awarded contact hours hours of this program are approved for pharmacotherapeutic credit. PHARMACY CREDIT Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. These knowledge-based activities (ACPE # L01-P through L01-P) qualify for 26 contact hours (2.55 CEUs) of continuing pharmacy education credit. Pharmacists should only claim those contact hours actually spent participating in the activity. FACULTY DISCLOSURE All relevant financial relationships with any commercial interests and/or manufacturers must be disclosed to participants at the beginning of each activity. SPECIAL NEEDS We encourage participation by all individuals. If you have a disability, advance notification of any special needs will help us better serve you. Please contact Global Academy for Medical Education at least 3 weeks in advance at or Register today at: Take advantage of our EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT.
3 FACULTY Christopher K. Bichakjian, MD Associate Professor Director, Multidisciplinary Merkel Cell Carcinoma Program University of Michigan Health System Ann Arbor, MI Roger I. Ceilley, MD The University of Iowa West Des Moines, IA Professor and Chairman, Dermatology Mt. Sinai St. Luke s Roosevelt Hospital Center Kristina Callis Duffin, MD Assistant Professor of Dermatology University of Utah Salt Lake City, UT Clinical Associate Professor of Dermatology Seton Hall University School of Graduate Medical Education Belleville, NJ Lawrence F. Eichenfield, MD Professor of Clinical Pediatrics and Medicine (Dermatology) Chief, Pediatric and Adolescent Dermatology University of California, San Diego School of Medicine Sheila F. Friedlander, MD Professor of Clinical Medicine (Dermatology) and Pediatrics University of California, San Diego and Fellowship Program Director Pediatric and Adolescent Dermatology Contact and Occupational Dermatology University of Louisville, Louisville, KY Director of Clinical Research Henry Ford Hospital Detroit, MI Kenneth B. Gordon, MD Professor Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Chicago, IL Chief, Dermatology Service Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Associate Section of Dermatologic Surgery and Oncology, Yale Medical School Adjunct Assistant Professor of Medicine (Dermatology) Dartmouth Medical School Adjunct Assistant Professor, Dermatology Brown University School of Medicine Chestnut Hill, MA Andrew C. Krakowski, MD Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics and Medicine (Dermatology) Attending Physician, Pediatric & Adolescent Dermatology University of California, San Diego Saint Louis University Medical School St. Louis, MO Moise L. Levy, MD and Pediatrics Baylor College of Medicine UT Southwestern Medical School Chief, Pediatric Dermatology and Physician-in-Chief Dell Children s Medical Center Austin, TX Kishwer S. Nehal, MD Director, Mohs Micrographic and Dermatologic Surgery Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Henry H. Roenigk, Jr, MD Professor Emeritus Northwestern University Medical School Scottsdale, AZ Mark G. Rubin, MD Associate Professor of Dermatology University of California, San Diego Beverly Hills, CA Roberta Senglemann, MD, FAAD Clinical Associate Professor University of California, Irvine Santa Barbara, CA Chestnut Hill, MA Nowell Solish, MD, FRCP(C) Assistant Professor University of Toronto Toronto, Ontario Canada Joshua Spanogle, MD Fairfield, CA Howard K. Steinman, MD Northside Clinic Associate Professor of Dermatology Director of Dermatologic & Skin Cancer Surgery Texas A&M College of Medicine Temple, TX Erik J. Stratman, MD Chairman, Marshfield Clinic Marshfield, WI Earn More CME/CNE Credits LuncheonWorkshops TUESDAY, MARCH 3 MANAGING YOUR PRACTICE OR 1:15 PM 2:15 PM PHOTOTESTING/PATCH TESTING WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4 DERMOSCOPY WORKSHOP & David L. Swanson, MD Workshops are ticketed events and you must sign up with your Seminar registration. Lunch is included in workshop fee and will be provided to workshop participants. David L. Swanson, MD Associate Professor Mayo Clinic Arizona Scottsdale, AZ Montreal, Quebec Canada Jerry K.L. Tan, MD, FRCP Adjunct Professor Department of Medicine University of Western Ontario London, Ontario Canada James E. Turner, MD, PhD Clinical Professor University of Tennessee Memphis, TN Professor and Chair University of California, Irvine, CA SDEF s Annual Hawaii Dermatology Seminar gives healthcare professionals some of the best CME/CE in dermatology available. Join us on the island of Kaua i for six days of excellent medical and aesthetic sessions. Serious science with plenty of time for discussions, questions and interacting with the experts and your peers is what this conference features. &
4 SEMINAR AGENDA Sessions/faculty subject to change. For program, faculty and MOC updates visit SUNDAY, MARCH 1, 2015 THE FUTURE OF MEDICAL DERMATOLOGY PART I, Chair 7:15 Am Highlights of SDEF Hawaii Derm 2015, 7:30 Am Dermatitis :00 Am AK and NMSC Update Roger I. Ceilley, MD 8:30 Am Update on the Biologics, Long-Term Safety and Effi cacy 9:00 Am INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION 9:30 Am BREAK/VISIT EXHIBITS 10:00 Am Using the Anti-TNFs in Psoriasis Kristina Callis Duffi n, MD 10:30 Am Sunscreens, Vitamin D, and More 11:00 Am Emerging Biologics in the Treatment of Psoriasis Kenneth B. Gordon, MD 11:30 Am INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION 12:00 Pm BREAK/VISIT EXHIBITS/PICK UP BOX LUNCHES 1:10 Pm Rosacea Pathophysiology and Treatment Jerry K. L. Tan, MD, FRCPC 1:45 Pm Urticaria and Itching: What s New 2:15 Pm Hot Topics from Memphis James E. Turner, MD, PhD 2:40 Pm INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION 3:00 Pm Session Concludes MONDAY, MARCH 2, 2015 THE FUTURE OF MEDICAL DERMATOLOGY PART II, Session Chair, Session Co-chair 7:30 Am Which Drug is Better? Acne, Rosacea, Eczema, and More 8:00 Am Psoriasis: Complications and Co-morbidities Kenneth B. Gordon, MD 8:30 Am Topicals and Their Role in the Treatment of Psoriasis 9:00 Am Monitoring Patients with Psoriasis on Biologics Kristina Callis Duffi n, MD 9:30 Am INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION 10:00 Am BREAK/VISIT EXHIBITS 10:30 Am Acne from the Patient s Perspective Jerry K.L. Tan, MD, FRCP 11:00 Am The Newest Biologics for Psoriasis 11:30 Am Fungus- New Options for Onychomycosis and Tinea Roger I. Ceilley, MD 12:00 Pm INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION 12:20 Pm BREAK/VISIT EXHIBITS/PICK UP BOX LUNCHES 1:30 Pm Acne Questions of Interest 2:00 Pm Bioterrorism: What We All Should Know James E. Turner, MD, PhD 2:30 Pm Challenges in Psoriasis: A Case-Based Approach, Kenneth B. Gordon, MD 3:15 Pm INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION 3:30 Pm Session Concludes MOC-D SESSION* (ticketed event) 4:00 PM 5:30 PM SELF-ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS Erik J. Stratman, MD *You must sign up with your seminar registration. TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 2015 PROCEDURAL AND AESTHETIC MEDICINE PART I 6:15 Am CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST/VISIT EXHIBITS 7:30 Am Camoufl age Cosmetic: The Answer Howard K. Steinman, MD 8:00 Am Needle Anatomy 8:20 Am Toxins: What You Need to Know Nowell Solish, MD, FRCP(C) 8:40 Am Fillers: What s Here and What s Ahead 9:10 Am Perioral Rejuvenation Roberta Sengelmann, MD 9:40 Am INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION 10:00 Am BREAK/VISIT EXHIBITS 10:30 Am Fillers: Combining Techniques for Maximal Aesthetic Effi cacy 10:50 Am Filler Workshop: Panel Discussion Injectors: Mark G. Rubin, MD and Roberta Sengelmann, MD Moderators:,, 1:00 Pm Session Concludes WORKSHOP* (ticketed event and lunch) MANAGING YOUR PRACTICE OR 1:15 PM 2:15 PM PHOTOTESTING/PATCH TESTING *You must sign up with your seminar registration. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 2015 CLINICAL UPDATE ON PEDIATRIC DERMATOLOGY Lawrence F. Eichenfield, MD 7:30 Am Seeing Red: Hemangioma Update Sheila F. Friedlander, MD 8:00 Am Drug Eruptions: 101, 411, 911! Moise L. Levy, MD 8:30 Am What s Up Doc? AAD Atopic Dermatitis Guidelines Lawrence F. Eichenfi eld, MD 9:00 Am Outside Jobs? Vacation Dermatology Andrew C. Krakowski, MD 9:30 Am INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION
5 Don t Miss Our Daily Dermatology Book Raffl e 10:00 Am BREAK/VISIT EXHIBITS 10:30 Am A Scar is Born and Treated: Pediatric Scar Management Update Andrew C. Krakowski, MD 11:00 Am Rash Suggestions: Pediatric Infectious Diseases Sheila F. Friedlander, MD 11:30 Am INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION 12:00 Pm The Challenging Pediatric Patient: Cases Moise L. Levy, MD and Faculty 1:00 Pm Session Concludes WORKSHOP* (ticketed event and lunch) DERMOSCOPY WORKSHOP & David L. Swanson, MD *You must sign up with your seminar registration. THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 2015 PROCEDURAL AND AESTHETIC MEDICINE PART II 7:30 Am Dealing With Unhappy Patients Howard K. Steinman, MD 8:00 Am Daylight PDT: The Effective Economic Alternative? 8:20 Am Cosmeceuticals 2015: What s Hot! 8:40 Am Acne Scars: Can We Finally Treat Them Effectively? Henry H. Roenigk, Jr, MD 9:00 Am Tattoo Treatment: Current State of the Art 9:20 Am Cosmetic Dermatology: Is It Driven by Science or Marketing? Mark G. Rubin, MD 9:40 Am No Sweat: Options for Treatment of Hyperhidrosis Joshua Spanogle, MD 10:00 Am INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION 10:30 Am BREAK/VISIT EXHIBITS 11:00 Am Devices In Aesthetic Medicine: Listen to the Experts and Watch Demonstration Videos Nowell Solish, MD, FRCP(C) Joshua Spanogle, MD FEATURING: Body Contouring: Cryo-Lipolysis, Ultrasound and Radiofrequency Cellulite Treatments: Subcision, Laser, Massage Skin Tightening: Ultrasound, Radiofrequency Fractionated Energy Based Systems: Ablative and Non-Ablative 12:00 Pm INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION 12:30 Pm Session Concludes FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 2015 MELANOMA / CUTANEOUS ONCOLOGY 7:30 Am Melanoma Screening and Detection in the Informatics Age 8:00 Am BCC: New Approaches to Therapy Kishwer S. Nehal, MD 8:30 Am Contemporary Management of Merkel Cell Carcinoma Christopher K. Bichakjian, MD 9:00 Am INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION 9:30 Am BREAK/VISIT EXHIBITS 10:00 Am Managing Lentigo Maligna Kishwer S. Nehal, MD 10:30 Am Breakthroughs in the Therapy of Advanced Melanoma 11:00 Am Update on the Use of Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy for Melanoma Christopher K. Bichakjian, MD 11:30 Am Dermoscopic Diagnostic Pearls David L. Swanson, MD 12:00 Pm INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION 12:30 Pm Seminar Concludes See You Next Year at Skin Disease Education Foundation s 40 th Annual Hawaii Dermatology Seminar Independent Satellite Symposia There will be several independent satellite symposia during the six days of SDEF s 39 TH Annual Hawaii Dermatology Seminar. These symposia are independently organized and CME/CE credit may or may not be provided for these sessions. Satellites do not confl ict with any educational sessions. For the satellite schedule, please see the conference website in the satellite symposia section. DISCLAIMER: THE OPINIONS EXPRESSED AT GLOBAL ACADEMY FOR MEDICAL EDUCATION (GLOBAL) SEMINARS DO NOT NECESSARILY REFLECT THOSE OF GLOBAL, OR THE SUPPORTERS OF THE SEMINARS. GLOBAL WILL NOT ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR DAMAGES, LOSS, OR CLAIMS OF ANY KIND ARISING FROM OR RELATED TO THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN PRESENTATIONS, INCLUDING ANY CLAIMS RELATED TO THE PRODUCTS, DRUGS, OR SERVICES MENTIONED.
6 MAINTENANCE OF CERTIFICATION-DERMATOLOGY (MOC-D) PROGRAM SDEF MOC-D Director Erik J. Stratman, MD Chairman, Department of Dermatology Marshfi eld Clinic Marshfi eld, WI General Dermatology Module The self-assessment program offered at the 39 th Annual Hawaii Dermatology Seminar counts towards fulfilling a portion of one of three (years 3, 6, and 10 of 10-year MOC-D cycle) American Board of Dermatology (ABD) MOC-D self-assessment requirements. Please be sure to report completion of any self-assessment programs on your MOC- D table located in your ABD profile. About the SDEF MOC-D Program: General Dermatology Module The 25 self-assessment questions will cover medical dermatology, pediatric dermatology, and procedural dermatology including cosmetic dermatology. MOC-D Live Session: Monday, March 2, 2015 from 4:00-5:30 PM. Discussion will highlight the correct answer, why it was correct, and why the incorrect answers were incorrect. Discussions will be evidence-based and will include references. Audience members will be able to compare their answer to the correct answer, and to the responses of the entire audience to each question. Each enrolled audience member shall receive a certifi cate of participation from SDEF. Approximately 8-10 weeks after the conclusion of the conference, participants will receive a transcript of the MOC-D selfassessment discussions, as well as to the audience performance of the MOC-D selfassessment questions. MOC registration is an additional $ thru 12/1/2014. After 12/1/2014, MOC registration is $ (Participants must register for the 39 TH Annual Hawaii Dermatology Seminar) Networking Receptions Welcome Reception MONDAY, MARCH 2 6:00 Pm - 9:00 Pm Luau Reception WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4 6:00 Pm - 9:00 Pm HOTEL INFORMATION Grand Hyatt Kaua i Hotel 1571 Poipu Road Koloa, Hawaii, USA, Tel: Fax: hotel/home.html Airport: Lihue (LIH) Kaua i, Hawaii For more information on Kaua i: Upon completion of your registration you will be able to register for hotel accommodations. A link for online hotel reservations will be included with your event confi rmation. Hotel Reservations: For hotel reservations by phone call: For Online Hotel Registrations use the link below https://resweb.passkey.com/go/hawaiiderm2015 Rates (Tax and Hotel Fee Additional)* Garden View $320 Pool View $340 Partial Ocean View $360 Deluxe Ocean View $395 A daily hotel fee of $ Hawaii State Tax of 4.166% provides additional amenities and services enhancing the guest experience. (see details on hotel link on conference website) *Plus tax of approximately 13.42% on all rooms. Additional Hotel Information Please see the Hotel Information page on the conference website as well as the Grand Hyatt Kaua i website for full details about hotel stay and charges.
7 REGISTRATION FORM REGISTER ONLINE AT OR FILL OUT THIS FORM AND FAX IT TO: th Annual Hawaii Dermatology Seminar MARCH 1-6, 2015, GRAND HYATT KAUA I HOTEL, KAUA I, HAWAII Name (Please make a copy of this form to complete for each NON-GUEST registration) Spouse /Guest (list each) Children / Name(s) & Age(s) Address City State Zip (Required confi rmations will be sent via ) Telephone ~ Home ( ) Offi ce ( ) Fax ( ) Check or Credit Card Payment (please circle type of credit card) Total $ Credit Card billing address same as above address If not please enter billing address below Am Ex ~ Visa ~ MC # Exp Signature CANCELLATION POLICY Full refund less a $50 administrative fee as follows: requests for refunds must be made in writing and postmarked, ed, or faxed prior to January 15, 2015 (5635 Fishers Lane Suite 6100, Rockville, MD 20852), - or fax ( ). After January 15, 2015, no refunds will be granted. After the refund date, you have two options: you can send someone in your place, or we can mark a credit in the amount you paid less a $50 administrative fee to be applied to your registration for next year s conference. Refunds will not be issued to no-shows. Global Academy for Medical Education is not responsible for nonrefundable, nontransferable airline tickets or hotel accommodations purchased for attendance at this course. Your Registration Fee Includes The medical registration fee covers attendance to the Registration Category Thru 12/1/14 After 12/1/14 scientific meeting, continental breakfasts, breaks, lunches Physician $525 $595 when provided, two buffet dinner receptions (Welcome and Luau) and exhibits. PA/ NP $385 $400 RN/Pharmacist $385 $400 Guest registration fee includes breakfast and two buffet Residents/Fellows $350 $375 dinner receptions. No admittance to educational sessions, lunches or breaks. Spouse/Guest $300 $350 Registering for the Seminar gives Global Academy for Medical Education permission to list registrant s name in conference materials as well sending notification s to attendees about satellite events that may take place during the dates of the conference. Upon receipt of an about a satellite event, you may opt out from receiving further notifications about the event(s) if you so choose. Attendance at the meeting gives Global Academy for Medical Education permission to use photos* taken at the conference on the conference website and in promotional materials. *Faces will not be visible in any photos of attendees unless permission to show faces is requested and received. Children age $250 $300 Children age 5-12 $200 $250 Industry & Industry Not Exhibiting MOC-D (in addition to registration fee) $1500 $1500 $175 $195 Additional Fees: In addition to registration fee Luncheon Workshops-Include CME Credit and Lunch: A. Phototesting and Patchtesting $50 B. Dermoscopy $60 C. Practice Management $60 D. Phototesting + Dermoscopy: $90 E. Practice Management + Dermoscopy: $90 Please note that prices are subject to change please refer to for current prices
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