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BOARD REVIEW SYMPOSIUM
August 2-6, 2005




           Continuing Medical Education
                                                                            Nonprofit Organization
           University of Wisconsin Medical School                               US Postage
           750 Highland Avenue                                                      PAID
           Madison, WI 53705                                                 Madison, Wisconsin
           www.cme.wisc.edu                                                    Permit No. 658




                                                                                 SPONSORED BY:
                                                      University of Wisconsin Medical School

3rd ANNUAL                                          Department of Orthopedics and Rehabilitation
                                                                    Department of Anesthesiology
                                                                                             and

COMPREHENSIVE                                             Office of Continuing Medical Education




PAIN BOARD
REVIEW SYMPOSIUM

AUGUST 2-6, 2005

Marriott Madison West
Middleton, Wisconsin
3rd ANNUAL
COMPREHENSIVE
PAIN BOARD
REVIEW SYMPOSIUM
AUGUST 2–6, 2005

Marriott Madison West
Middleton, WI




SPONSORED BY:
University of Wisconsin Medical School
Department of Orthopedics and Rehabilitation
Department of Anesthesiology
Office of Continuing Medical Education
COMPREHENSIVE PAIN BOARD REVIEW SYMPOSIUM
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?                                                  •   Review anatomy, indications, and contraindications for
Any physician or health care provider seeking board                     peripheral (nerves and plexuses) and spinal injection
certification in pain medicine, recertification, or an expanded         procedures.
knowledge of pain medicine.                                         •   Discuss ethical and medico-legal issues related to pain
                                                                        medicine, DEA regulations pertaining to prescribing
PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS                                                      schedule II and III drugs, record keeping and quality
•   Unique board preparatory course designed by ABMS pain               assurance.
    medicine certified multidisciplinary faculty
•   Comprehensive and in-depth coverage of pain medicine            MADISON AT A GLANCE
    in 40 lectures delivered by pain management experts from        A progressive, cosmopolitan city of 200,000, Madison is home
    multiple disciplines                                            to the world-class University of Wisconsin, the seat of state
•   42 Category 1 CME credits                                       government, and an eclectic, electric atmosphere that energizes
•   Builds and improves on our two prior highly successful          any visitor's stay. Built on a narrow isthmus between Lakes
    review courses, incorporating suggestions from previous         Monona and Mendota, Madison is one of the nation's most
    attendees                                                       scenic cities. Five area lakes and more than 200 parks provide
•   An interactive audience-response system facilitates             countless recreational activities, from swimming, sailing and
    interactive learning and reinforces key concepts                fishing to biking, hiking, inline skating and more. Madison
•   Practice test question-and-answer sessions daily and            offers both small town charm and a range of cultural and
    mock test at the end of the symposium to improve                recreational opportunities usually found in much larger cities.
    test-taking skills and overcome test phobia
•   Comprehensive syllabus including lecture slides, selected       CONFERENCE VENUE
    reading material and references for review                      Greenway Station, a short walk from the Marriott Madison
                                                                    West, offers a wide variety of shops, restaurants and enter-
WHY ATTEND?                                                         tainment (www.greenwayshopping.com).
•   Multispecialty basic science and clinical faculty (anatomy,
    anesthesia, geriatrics, neurology, oncology and palliative      Other local attractions include: State of Wisconsin Capitol,
    care, pharmacology, physical medicine and rehabilitation,       University of Wisconsin Madison campus, Elvehjem Museum
    psychiatry, psychology, radiology)                              of Art, shopping on State Street with numerous restaurants,
•   Evidence-based lectures on current state of the art by          theaters, art galleries, the Overture Center for the Arts, and
    nationally recognized experts in pain management                the Monona Terrace® Community and Convention Center
•   Time-tested tips and strategies to improve test-taking          inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright.
    skills, taught by an academic expert
•   Specially-composed practice test questions by expert            IMPRESSIONS FROM PAST SYMPOSIUM ATTENDEES
    faculty, utilizing select review articles on current state of   "Best review I've been to."
    clinical practice and scientific knowledge
•   The latest information on DEA regulations and opioid            "Excellent job covering complete subject matter."
    prescriptions
•   Satisfies the needs of physicians preparing for Pain            "Excellent review, well organized."
    Medicine Boards and those seeking an update on current
    practices in pain medicine                                      "Extremely well run and presented."

OBJECTIVES                                                          "Good experience. Allows me to plan preparation of the
•   Review peripheral and central anatomical pathways               exam - increases my confidence for the exam."
    involved in pain processing.
•   Understand peripheral and central pain mechanisms in            "Really great course - one of the best organized I've been to."
    acute, nociceptive and neuropathic pain states.
•   Know the pharmacology, principles and use of analgesic          "This course was certainly instrumental in my having success-
    and other drug therapies in pain.                               fully completed this exam and so I wanted to thank you once
•   Evaluate role of electrodiagnostics and imaging                 again for the excellent review symposium that you offered.
    techniques in pain management.                                  Keep up the good work."
•   Discuss assessment and management of postoperative
    pain and common chronic pain states.                            "Thanks to your course, it helped me with my passing the
•   Understand the treatment of pain in special populations         Boards. Will recommend to my colleagues in practice."
    i.e., pediatrics, geriatrics, cancer, pregnant or nursing
    women and individuals with substance abuse.                     "Attended last year's course and will certainly attend again
•   Describe classification, assessment and management of           this year."
    headaches, complex regional pain and neuropathic
    pain states.
REGISTRATION FORM
3rd Annual Comprehensive Pain Board Review Symposium, August 2-6, 2005                                         #4011; AME-PAIN

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Symposium Fees (please check the appropriate box):
   $995 Physicians     $625 Fellows*, Residents*, Others                        $500 per person Group Rate
                                                                                (3 or more fellows, residents, others)*
*Letter of certification from program director MUST accompany registration.
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Where did you hear about this conference?                       Journal;         Flyer;       Other
Please return your payment with this form to:
Kathy Kneebone, The Pyle Center, 702 Langdon Street, Madison, WI 53706 or Fax 1-800/741-7416 (in Madison Fax 265-3163).
The University of Wisconsin provides equal opportunities in employment and programming, including Title IX requirement.
The University of Wisconsin Medical School fully complies with the legal requirements of the ADA and the rules and regula-
tions thereof. If any participant in this educational activity is in need of accommodations, please notify Terese Bailey in order to
receive service. Please call 608/240-2141.
GENERAL INFORMATION
CONFERENCE FEES
$995 Physicians
$625 Fellows*, Residents*, Others
$500 per person Group Rate of 3 or more Fellows*/Residents*/Others

*Letter of certification from program director MUST accompany registration.
The conference fee includes the cost of tuition, course materials, breakfasts, refreshment breaks, and lunches.

CONFERENCE LOCATION AND ACCOMMODATIONS
Marriott Madison West
1313 John Q. Hammons Drive
Middleton, WI 53562
Phone: 608/831-2000 or 800/228-9290
FAX: 608/831-2040
Website: www.marriott.com

A block of rooms has been reserved at the Marriott Madison West. Please call or write to the hotel directly to reserve your
accommodation. Be sure to mention "Pain Board Review" to receive the special room rate of $109. The Marriott Madison West
will release its rooms to the public on July 2, 2005.

Madison, Wisconsin has one major airport (MSN), the Dane County Regional Airport. It is approximately 20 miles from the
Marriott Madison West Hotel. Shuttle service is available via the hotel.

FOUR EASY WAYS TO REGISTER
By Mail:  Return your completed registration form and payment
By Phone: 608/262-1397. Please call and give your billing information or pay by MasterCard, VISA, or American Express
By Fax:   1-800/741-7416 (in Madison Fax 265-3163)
Email:    www.cme.wisc.edu

CONFIRMATIONS
All registrations are confirmed in writing. If you do not receive a confirmation, please call 608/262-1397.

PROGRAM CHANGES
Emergency situations occasionally occur and may necessitate topic or speaker change. The University of Wisconsin Medical
School reserves the right to alter or substitute a topic or speaker without prior notification.

CANCELLATIONS/REFUND POLICY
All cancellations must be received by July 29, 2005 to receive a refund. No refunds will be honored for no shows or requests
received after July 29, 2005. All cancellations will be charged a processing fee of $50.

EXHIBITS
Representatives from pharmaceutical and equipment companies will display their products and will be available on
Wednesday, August 3; Thursday, August 4; and Friday, August 5.

CONFERENCE ATTIRE
To ensure your comfort in the conference room, please bring a sweater or jacket to accommodate for temperature variations.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
•  Terese M. Bailey, Office of Continuing Medical Education, University of Wisconsin Medical School, 2701 International
   Lane, #208, Madison, Wisconsin 53704; telephone 608/240-2141; tmbailey@wisc.edu, or
• Cheryl J. Kaltenberg, Administrative Supervisor, Rehabilitation Services, 6630 University Avenue, Middleton, Wisconsin
   53562; telephone 608/263-8632; cj.kaltenberg@hosp.wisc.edu.

CREDIT
Accreditation Statement
The University of Wisconsin Medical School is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to
provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Credit Designation Statement
The University of Wisconsin Medical School designates this educational activity for a maximum of 42 Category 1 credits
toward the AMA Physician's Recognition Award. Each physician should claim only those credits that he/she actually spent in
the activity.

Continuing Education Units
This program is accredited by the University of Wisconsin, Continuing Medical Education, for up to 4.2 CEUs (42 hours).

POLICY ON FACULTY AND SPONSOR DISCLOSURE
It is the policy of the University of Wisconsin Medical School that the faculty and sponsor disclose real or apparent conflict of
interest relating to the topics of this educational activity, and also disclose discussions of unlabeled/unapproved uses of drugs
or devices during their presentation(s). Detailed disclosure will be made in the course handout materials.
FACULTY
COURSE DIRECTOR                                                   David A. Bryce, MD, Advanced Pain Management, Madison,
                                                                  Wisconsin; Clinical Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology
Nalini Sehgal, MD, Assistant Professor of Orthopedics and
Rehabilitation, Medical Director of UW Interventional Pain        James F. Cleary, MD, Associate Professor of Oncology; UW
Program                                                           Comprehensive Cancer Center; Medical Director, UW
                                                                  Palliative Care Program
VISITING FACULTY
                                                                  June L. Dahl, PhD,* Professor of Pharmacology
Howard Heit, MD, FACP, FASAM, Board Certified in Internal
Medicine and Gastroenterology/Hepatology, Certified in            Burr Eichelman, MD, PhD Professor of Psychiatry
Addiction Medicine and a Medical Review Officer Chronic
                                                                  Stephen Endres, MD,* Pain Clinic of Northwestern Wisconsin,
Pain Specialist, Assistant Clinical Professor, Georgetown
                                                                  Eau Claire, Wisconsin; Clinical Assistant Professor of
University
                                                                  Anesthesiology
Srinivasa Raja, MD, MBBS, Professor, Johns Hopkins
                                                                  Michael P. Ford, MD, Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology,
University School of Medicine, Department of Anesthesiology
                                                                  Director, Acute Pain Service
and Critical Care Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland.
                                                                  Kurt W. Hansen, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Section
Joel R. Saper, MD, Director of The Michigan Head*Pain &
                                                                  of Geriatrics and Gerontology
Neurological Institute, Ann Arbor, MI; Director of Inpatient
Head Pain Treatment Unit at Chelsea Community Hospital,           John K. Harting, MD, Professor of Anatomy
Chelsea, MI; Professor of Neurology at Michigan State
University, Lansing, MI                                           Zoltan G. Hevesi, MD, Associate Professor of Anesthesiology

Robyn Shapiro, JD, Director, Ursula Von der Ruhr Professor        James W. Leonard, DO, PT,* Associate Professor and Division
of Bioethics, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee,            Chair of Rehabilitation Medicine, Department of Orthopedics
Wisconsin                                                         and Rehabilitation

Dennis Turk, PhD, John & Emma Bonica Professor of                 Barend P. Lotz, MD, Professor of Neurology; Director of
Anesthesia & Pain Research, Department of Anesthesiology,         Electrodiagnostics
University of Washington, Seattle, Washington                     Michael Moninger, Director, Student Academic Development
Ursula Wesselmann, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of                Peter M. Popic, MD, Associate Professor of Anesthesiology
Neurology, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine,
Baltimore, MD                                                     Nathan J. Rudin, MD, MA,* Associate Professor of
                                                                  Orthopedics and Rehabilitation, Medical Director of UW Pain
Cynthia A. Wong, MD, Associate Professor, Northwestern            Treatment and Research Center
University Feinberg School of Medicine; Chief, Section of
Obstetric Anesthesiology, Chicago, IL                             Mark E. Schroeder, MD,* Associate Professor of
                                                                  Anesthesiology
Tony L. Yaksh, PhD, Professor and Vice Chairman for
Research, Department of Anesthesiology and Professor of           Nalini Sehgal, MD,* Assistant Professor of Orthopedics and
Pharmacology, University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA   Rehabilitation, Director of UW Interventional Pain Program

UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN FACULTY                                   Debra B. Gordon, RN,* Senior Clinical Nurse Specialist,
                                                                  Nursing Staff Development, UW Hospital and Clinics
* = Planning Committee member
                                                                  Cheryl J. Kaltenberg,* Administrative Supervisor,
Miroslav Backonja, MD,* Associate Professor of Neurology          Rehabilitation Services
Brian K. Bevacqua, MD, Associate Professor of                     Terese M. Bailey,* Conference Coordinator, Office of
Anesthesiology, Chief of Anesthesiology Services, William S.      Continuing Medical Education
Middleton Memorial VA Hospital

Donna G. Blankenbaker, MD, Assistant Professor of
Radiology

Richard L. Boortz-Marx, MD, Director, Division of Pain
Medicine, Gundersen Lutheran Medical Center, La Crosse,
Wisconsin; Clinical Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology

Thomas P. Broderick, MD, Assistant Professor of
Anesthesiology
SCHEDULE
 Tuesday, August 2, 2005

AM                                                            8:15    Psychotherapeutic Interventions in Management of
6:30    Registration and Breakfast                                    Chronic Pain
                                                                      Dennis Turk, PhD
7:00    Welcome
        Mark E. Schroeder, MD                                 9:00    Pelvic and Visceral Pain: Mechanisms and
                                                                      Management
7:15    Pre-test                                                      Ursula Wesselman, MD, PhD

7:30    Learning Skills for Test Taking                       10:00   Refreshment Break
        Michael Moninger
                                                              10:15   Opioid Pharmacology
8:00    Peripheral and Central Anatomy of Pain Processing             June L. Dahl, PhD
        John K. Harting, MD
                                                              11:15   Opioid Therapy: Clinical Aspects
9:00    Physiology and Pharmacology of Acute Pain                     James F. Cleary, MD
        Tony L. Yaksh, PhD
                                                              PM
10:00   Refreshment Break                                     12:15   Lunch

10:15   Post Tissue Injury Pain State                         1:15    NSAIDs, Corticosteroids, Antispasmodics,:
        Tony L. Yaksh, PhD                                            Pharmacology and Clinical Use
                                                                      June L. Dahl, PhD
11:15   Physiology and Pharmacology of Neuropathic Pain
        Tony L. Yaksh, PhD                                    2:00    Ethical and Legal Concerns in Pain Medicine
                                                                      Robyn Shapiro, JD
PM
12:15   Post Test                                             3:00    Refreshment Break

12:30   Lunch                                                 3:15    Intraspinal Analgesics and Implanted Drug
                                                                      Delivery Systems
1:30    Headaches: Classification and Mechanisms                      Stephen Endres, MD
        Joel R. Saper, MD
                                                              4:15    Fibromyalgia, Myofascial Pain Syndrome, and
2:00    Headaches: Management and Prevention                          Botulinum Toxin
        Joel R. Saper, MD                                             Nathan J. Rudin, MD, MA

3:00    Refreshment Break                                     5:15    Break

3:15    Mechanism of Action of Drugs and Receptor             5:30    PCA and Intraspinal Analgesia for Post Operative Pain
        Neurochemistry                                                Michael P. Ford, MD
        Tony L. Yaksh, Ph.D.
                                                              6:30    Post Test
4:15    Clinical Pharmacology of Local Anesthetics
        Mark E. Schroeder, MD                                 6:45    Adjourn

5:15    Post Test                                              Thursday, August 4, 2005

5:30    Adjourn                                               AM
                                                              6:30    Breakfast
 Wednesday, August 3, 2005
                                                              7:15    Pre-test
AM
6:30    Registration and Breakfast                            7:30    Pain Assessment and Management in the Elderly
                                                                      Population
7:15    Pre-test                                                      Kurt W. Hansen, MD

7:30    Psychological Assessment of Patient in Chronic Pain   8:30    Cranial Nerve Blocks in Facial Pain Syndromes
        Dennis Turk, PhD                                              Zoltan G. Hevesi, MD

                                                              9:30    Refreshment Break
                                                                PM
9:45    Peripheral Nerve Blocks: Indications, Techniques, and   12:15   Lunch
        Complications
        Thomas P. Broderick, MD                                 1:15    Electrodiagnostic Techniques and Painful
                                                                        Neuropathies
10:45   Plexus Blocks: Indications, Techniques, Complications           Barend P. Lotz, MD
        Brian K. Bevacqua, MD
                                                                2:15    Diagnostic Imaging in Pain
11:30   Sympathetic Blocks and Neurolysis                               Donna G. Blankenbaker, MD
        Nalini Sehgal, MD
                                                                3:15    Refreshment Break
PM
12:30   Lunch                                                   3:30    Substance Abuse Assessment and Pain Management
                                                                        in an Addict
1:30    PM&R Approach to Management of Shoulder Girdle                  Howard Heit, MD, FACP, FASAM
        and Neck Pain
        James W. Leonard, DO, PT                                4:15    Complications of Epidural Procedures & Catheters
                                                                        David A. Bryce, MD
2:15    PM&R Approach to Management of Low Back, and
        Pelvic Girdle Pain                                      5:15    DEA Regulations, Lawful Prescribing, Monitoring for
        James W. Leonard, DO, PT                                        Abuse and Diversion
                                                                        Howard Heit, MD, FACP, FASAM
3:00    Refreshment Break
                                                                6:15    Post Test
3:15    Spinal Injection Procedures in Diagnoses and
        Management of Spinal Pain                               6:30    Adjourn
        Stephen Endres, MD
                                                                 Saturday, August 6, 2005
4:30    Spinal Cord Stimulation for Refractory Pain State
        Richard Boortz-Marx, MS, MD                             AM

5:30    Post Test                                               6:30    Breakfast

5:45    Adjourn                                                 7:00    Pre-test

 Friday, August 5, 2005                                         7:15    Managing Depression, Anxiety, and Personality
                                                                        Disorders in Chronic Pain
AM                                                                      Burr Eichelman, MD, PhD
6:30    Breakfast
                                                                8:15    Pain Management during Pregnancy and Nursing
7:15    Pre-test                                                        Cynthia A. Wong, MD

7:30    Adjuvant Medications: TCA's, Hypnotics/Anxiolytics,     9:15    Refreshment Break
        Adrenergics, Muscle Relaxants, Ketamine
        June L. Dahl, PhD                                       9:30    Acute and Chronic Pain in Pediatric Population
                                                                        Peter M. Popic, MD
8:15    Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
        Srinivasa Raja, MD, MBBS                                10:30   Final Exam

9:15    Neuropathic Pain: Assessment and Pharmacotherapy        12:00   Adjourn
        Miroslav Backonja, MD

10:00   Refreshment Break

10:15   Peripheral and Central Neuropathic Pain States
        Miroslav Backonja, MD

11:15   Cancer Pain and Palliative Care
        James F. Cleary, MD

				
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