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Faculty Charlotte, NC 28232-2861 P.O. Box 32861 ATTN: Cherry Williams Department of General Surgery Carolinas Medical Center Society of Critical Care Medicine William A. Brock, MD, FCCM, FCCP, FACP Michael C. Chang, MD, FACS Address Correction Requested Vice President Chief Quality Officer Professor of Surgery, Acute Care Surgery Director, Trauma Services and Burn Services Carolinas/Virginia Chapter Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Wake Forest Univ. Baptist Medical Center 27th Annual Scientific Plano, TX Winston Salem, NC Michael R. Bard, MD Allan S. Philp, MD Symposium General Surgery Clerkship Director Section Chief, Trauma Surgery Trauma & Surgical Critical Care Carilion Clinic General Surgery Pitt County Memorial Hospital Roanoke, VA Greenville, NC Dawn McKay, RN, MSN, CCRN Gail Gesin, PharmD Assistant Professor of Nursing Liberty University Lynchburg, VA Clinical Pharmacist, Critical Care Carolinas Medical Center Charlotte, NC RACING TO Anthony J. Camerota, MD Associate Professor of Pediatrics Kristine Lombardozzi, MD Director, Surgical Critical Care EXCELLENCE IN University of Virginia School of Medicine Charlottesville, VA Spartanburg Regional Medical Center Spartanburg, SC CRITICAL CARE A. Tyler Putnam, II, MD Csaba P. Kovesdy, MD, FASN, CPI Section Chief, Critical Care Surgery Chief of Nephrology Carilion Clinic General Surgery Salem VA Medical Center Roanoke, VA Salem, VA Jennifer N. Mitchell, PharmD, BCPS William Owens ,MD Critical Care Clinical Pharmacist Assistant Professor of Clinical Internal Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center Medicine Charleston, SC Palmetto Health Richland Columbia, SC Planning Committee Toan Huynh, MD, FACS, FCCM Tracie S. Osgood, RPh, BS, PharmD, BCPS President, Carolinas/VA Chapter, SCCM Director, Surgical Intensive Care Unit Vice-President, Carolinas/VA Chapter, SCCM Ralph H. Johnson VAMC FCCS Course Carolinas Medical Center Charlotte, NC Charleston, SC June 10 & 11, 2009 Cindy Zerfoss, RN, MSN Cherry W. Strickland Carolinas College of Health Sciences Secretary, Carolinas/VA Chapter, SCCM Administrator, Carolinas/VA Chapter, SCCM Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Office Manager, Trauma Services Carilion Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Roanoke, VA Carolinas Medical Center Charlotte, NC June 12-13, 2009 Joan Settlemyer, PharmD Elizabeth Farrington, PharmD Embassy Suites Director, Pharmacy Practice & Experiential Education Clinical Specialist, Pediatrics Charlotte AHEC Clinical Asst. Professor, UNC Eshelman School of Department of Pharmacy, UNC Hospitals UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy Concord, North Carolina Pharmacy Chapel Hill, NC Charlotte, NC Jointly Sponsored by: Carolinas HealthCare System and the Carolinas/Virginia Chapter of the Society of Critical Care Medicine in collaboration with the Eshelman School of Kristine Lombardozzi, MD A. Tyler Putnam, II, MD Pharmacy at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Charlotte AHEC. Director, Surgical Critical Care Section Chief, Critical Care Surgery Spartanburg Regional Medical Center Carilion Clinic General Surgery Spartanburg, SC Roanoke, VA Program Goal 27th Annual Scientific Symposium 27th Annual Scientific Symposium Racing to Excellence in Critical Care This knowledge based program will provide physicians, nurses, respiratory therapists, June 12—13, 2009 pharmacists, and other healthcare professionals with an update on quality practices June 12—13, 2009 involved in the care of critically ill patients. Please return Registration Form with fee by June 1, 2009 Objectives Friday, June 12, 2009 Last Name First Name MI ♦ Describe current quality benchmarks for critical care practitioners (knowledge) 7:30-8:00 Registration/Continental Breakfast ♦ Identify current strategies in the hemodynamic management of critically ill patients (knowledge) Degree/Specialty Last 4 digits of Social Security No. 8:00-8:05 Welcome and Opening Remarks (All information is required) ♦ Summarize new treatment recommendations for complex wound care (knowledge) ♦ Discuss inherent risks and therapeutic benefits of massive transfusion (knowledge) Institution/Mailing Address 8:05-9:05 Keynote Address: William A. Brock, MD ♦ List salient issues and controversies in end-of-life care (knowledge) 2009 Cornerstones of Quality ♦ Describe the pathophysiology and management of acute renal failure (knowledge) ♦ Discuss substance abuse and management of withdrawal symptoms (knowledge) 9:05-10:05 Updates in Resuscitation Michael C. Chang, MD City State Zip County ♦ Summarize new therapeutic goals for the care of patients with Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (knowledge 10:05-10:30 VENDOR BREAK Telephone Fax Email June 10 & 11, 2009 Membership Information: Please see link below: 10:30-11:30 Abstract Presentations Contact Cherry.Strickland@ http://sccmwww.sccm.org/membership/ carolinashealthcare.org chapters/application/Chapterapplication.asp 11:30-12:30 LUNCH/Business Meeting Fax to 704-355-7833, or Mail to: 12:30-1:15 Wound Care Michael R. Bard, MD CMC/Dept. of General Surgery, ATTN: Cherry Strickland, MEB 603, PO Box 32861 Charlotte, North Carolina 28232-2861 CALL FOR ABSTRACTS: The Carolinas/Virginia Chapter of SCCM invites you to submit an abstract for presentation at the meeting. Only original research will be considered. Cash 1:15-2:00 Massive Transfusion Alan S. Philp, MD For more information, please email email@example.com awards will be presented to the top two papers. Abstracts should be submitted in a stan- dard format (Introduction, Methods, Results, Conclusions) on a single 8.5” x 11” page. 2:00-2:30 VENDOR BREAK Abstracts should be no longer than 400 words and may include tables and figures. Please indicate if you would like a vegetarian meal: Yes No Include names and titles of all authors. 2:30-3:15 End of Life Care Dawn McKay, RN Tuition includes two breakfasts and one lunch. **Circle all appropriate fees** Abstracts should be sent to Dennis Taylor @ firstname.lastname@example.org. Dead- line for submission is May 13, 2009. Primary authors will be notified by email whether the Chapter Non abstract has been accepted for oral or poster presentation by May 20, 2009. 3:15-4:00 Substance Withdrawal Gail Gesin, PharmD Member Member SCHOLARSHIPS: To help defray the cost of the symposium, a limited number of scholarships Physicians: $150 $200 (includes a 1 year membership) are available to non-physicians. For information, please contact Cherry Strickland. EDUCATIONAL SPONSOR: Carolinas Healthcare System, Charlotte Area Health Education 4:00-5:00 Year in Review: Nurses, RT, PharmD, Student, Resident, Fellow Center and UNC School of Pharmacy are the continuing education providers for this ac- Pediatrics Anthony J. Camerota, MD $125 $170 (includes a 1 year membership) tivity. Medicine Kristine Lombardozzi, MD On site registration available Credits Total Enclosed: ____________________ Accreditation: This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance Method of Payment: Check or Money Order payable to: Carolinas/VA SCCM Chapter with the Essential Areas and policies of Accreditation Council for Continuing Saturday, June 13, 2009 Cancellation/Refund must be made in writing and postmarked no later then May 22, 2009 to Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint sponsorship of Carolinas receive a refund. All cancellations are subject to a $35 administration fee. Allow three to Healthcare System and the Carolinas/Virginia Chapter of SCCM. The Carolinas four weeks for processing. Healthcare System is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical 07:30-08:00 Continental Breakfast education for physicians. Credit: The Carolinas HealthCare System designates this educational activity for Checks should be made payable to: Carolinas Medical Center, Dept. of General Surgery 08:00-08:45 Compassion Fatigue A. Tyler Putnam, II, MD Hotel Information a maximum of 11 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should only Embassy Suites Charlotte-Concord Golf Hampton Inn & Suites Charlotte at claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Resort & Spa Concord Mills The University of North Carolina Eshelman School of Pharmacy is 08:45-09:30 Diagnosis and Management of Acute Renal Csaba P. Kovesdy, MD 5400 John Q. Hammons Drive NW 9850 Weddington Road Extension accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. This program Accommodations Failure Concord, NC 28027 Phone: 704-455-8200 Concord,NC 28027 704-979-5600 ACPE # 046-999-055-L04-P provides 11 contact hours of continuing 09:30-10:15 Abstract Presentations www.embassysuitesconcord.com pharmacy education credit. To receive CE credit, you must Group/Convention Code: SCC complete the CE attendance form and the evaluation of the program and leave them at the front desk. Statements of CE credit will be mailed in 10:15-11:15 Year in Review: Rates based on room type and availability approximately 4 to 6 weeks. “No partial credit will be awarded.” Pharmacy Jennifer N. Mitchell, PharmD DISCLOSURE: The Carolinas Healthcare System adheres to the ACCME Standards Nursing Dawn McKay, RN Embassy Suites Charlotte-Concord Golf Resort & Spa is conveniently located off I-85 and Bruton regarding industry support of continuing medical education. Disclosure of Smith Blvd. overlooking the Rocky River Golf Course. It is the official hotel of the adjacent Lowe’s faculty and commercial support relationships, if any, will be made known at the Motor Speedway and is one-half mile from the Concord Mills Mall. Amenities include high-speed activity. 11:15-12:00 ARDS—Open Lung Ventilation William Owens, MD Internet access, two dual-line phones, voicemail, data ports, two 32” HD TVs with in-suite movies, ADA ASSISTANCE: If you need any auxiliary aids or services identified by the wet bar, microwave, refrigerator, coffeemaker, hair dryer, and iron with ironing board. Recrea- American with Disabilities Act in order to participate in this symposium contact tion and Services include 18 holes of championship caliber golf, a full-service Spa Botanica day Cherry Strickland prior to arriving at (704) 355-8449, e-mail: spa, featuring massages, wraps, facials, manicures and pedicures, fitness center, indoor pool, email@example.com. whirlpool, and high-speed Internet access throughout the property.
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