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Annual Southern Pediatric Endocrine Society and Associate Southern Pediatric Endocrine Society REGISTRATION FORM RETURN REGISTRATION FORM AND PAYMENT TO: UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA REGISTER ONLINE AT WWW.CME.HSC.USF.EDU/SPES HEALTH PROFESSIONS CONFERENCING CORPORATION (HPCC) PO BOX 864240 ORLANDO, FL 32886-4240 REGISTER BY FAX: (813) 974-3217 A CONFIRMATION LETTER WILL BE SENT UPON RECEIPT OF YOUR REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT (NO REGISTRATION IS CONFIRMED WITHOUT FULL PAYMENT) NAME GENDER: MALE TITLE (MD, RN, ETC.) SPECIALTY FEMALE ADDRESS COUNTY CITY STATE ZIP DAYTIME PHONE FAX NUMBER EMAIL ADDRESS TYPE OF CREDIT MD/DO DIETITIANS OTHER REQUESTED: ARNP/NURSE PHARMACISTS RESIDENT/FELLOW CDE LICENSE # REQUIRED FOR NURSES "BURNING QUESTION" I WOULD LIKE THE FACULTY TO ADDRESS DURING THE PROGRAM: REGISTRATION FEES FACULTY: PLEASE CHECK APPROPRIATE BOX. ALL SPEAKERS MUST PAY GUEST FEES. ASPES SPES YOU MAY REGISTER FOR BOTH THE ASPES AND SPES MEETING OR ONLY ONE. IF YOU ARE A FACULTY MEMBER FOR ONE MEETING AND ENCLOSED IS MY CHECK PLAN TO ATTEND BOTH, YOU MUST REGISTER AND PAY THE FEES MADE PAYABLE TO: USF HPCC FOR THE ADDITIONAL MEETING. IN THE AMOUNT OF $_______________________________________________. COURSE FEES – PLEASE CIRCLE APPROPRIATE FEES MAIL TO ADDRESS LISTED ABOVE. SPES ONLY FEES BEFORE OR ON SEPTEMBER 2, 2008 AFTER SEPTEMBER 3, 2008 CREDIT CARD: VISA MASTERCARD AMEX PHYSICIANS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$300.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$350.00 OTHER HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$225.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$275.00 IN THE AMOUNT OF $ GUEST FEE FOR FRIDAY WELCOME RECEPTION AND SATURDAY DINNER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$110.00 NUMBER OF GUESTS _____ ASPES ONLY CARD NUMBER FEES BEFORE OR ON SEPTEMBER 2, 2008 AFTER SEPTEMBER 3, 2008 ALL HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS $200.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $250.00 GUEST FEE FOR WEDNESDAY WELCOME RECEPTION AND EXP. DATE SECURITY CODE/CCV THURSDAY DINNER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$75.00 NUMBER OF GUESTS _____ (AMEX-4 digits on front, MC/Visa-3 digits on back) ATTENDING BOTH SPES AND ASPES FEES BEFORE OR ON SEPTEMBER 2, 2008 AFTER SEPTEMBER 3, 2008 PHYSICIANS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $425.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$525.00 NAME ON CARD (PRINT) OTHER HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $375.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$475.00 GUEST FEE FOR ALL SOCIAL EVENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$175.00 NUMBER OF GUESTS _____ SIGNATURE TOTAL REGISTRATION AND GUEST FEES: _______________________ PN2009375/1170 Faculty Disclosure The University of South Florida Physicians: The University of South Florida College of College of Medicine adheres to Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for the ACCME Standards regard- Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical ing commercial support of con- education for physicians. tinuing medical education. It is the policy of the USF College of Medicine that the faculty The University of South Florida College of Medicine designates and planning committee dis- this educational activity for a maximum of 15.25 AMA PRA close real or apparent conflicts Category 1 Credits™ for the Southern Pediatric Endocrine of interest relating to the topics Society (SPES) meeting and 11.0 for the Associate Southern of this educational activity, Pediatric Endocrine Society (ASPES) meeting. Physicians that relevant conflict(s) of should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their interest are resolved, and also participation in the activity. that speakers will disclose any unlabeled/ unapproved use of Nurses: The University of South Florida College of Nursing is drug(s) or device(s) during accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the their presentation. Detailed disclosure will be made in the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on course syllabus. Accreditation. This activity is for 11.0 contact hours for the Associate Southern Pediatric Endocrine Society (ASPES) meet- ing and 15.25 for the Southern Pediatric Endocrine Society (SPES) meeting. Registered Dieticians: The University of South Florida, College of Public Health, CO001 is a Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Accredited Provider with the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR) from 2/22/07 to 2/21/10. Registered dietitians (RDs) and dietetic technicians, registered (DTRs) will receive up to 11.0 continuing professional education units (CPEUs) for completion of the Associate Southern Pediatric Endocrine Society (ASPES) meeting and 15.25 for the Southern Pediatric Endocrine Society (SPES) meeting. Continuing Professional Education Provider Accreditation does not constitute endorsement by CDR of a provider, program or materials. The University of South Florida, College of Public Health, CO001 is a Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Accredited Provider with the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR) from Certified Diabetes Educators: The National Certification Board for Diabetes Educators (NCBDE) accepts AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ from organizations accredited by the ACCME. Pharmacists: The University of South Florida College of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. This program has been approved for 11.0 contact hours for the ASPES and 15.25 contact hours for the SPES. Universal program number is as follows: 230-000-08-008-L04-P. Course Description The 2008 Southern Pediatric Endocrine Society In addition, the Associate Southern Pediatric Annual Meeting is designed to allow members of Endocrine Society will take place in conjunction the Society and other interested pediatric endocri- with the annual meeting of the Southern Pediatric nologists and healthcare professionals to present Endocrine Society. This one and a half day educa- new research findings, interesting or unusual case tional program is open to all pediatric endocrine studies and pediatric endocrine problems in order personnel in the southeastern United States and is to update participants on the diagnosis and treat- designed to update pediatric endocrine nurses, ment of endocrine abnormalities in their clinical PAs, and other interested healthcare professionals practice. There will be ample time for discussion, in current developments in the field of endocrinol- questions and answers and interaction among par- ogy. The meeting’s format will be similar to the ticipants in an informal setting. SPES and includes presentations of interesting and instructive case reports, research activities, and/or the discussion of topics of current interest in the field of pediatric endocrinology/diabetes. Target Audience Pediatric endocrinologists, pediatric endocrine nurses, diabetic educators, PA’s, fellows and other healthcare professionals interested in pediatric endocrinology. Objectives Upon completion of this program, the participant should be able to: • Identify the recent technological advancements in the management of type 1 diabetes. • Recognize the appropriate use of new technologies in diabetes care. • Differentiate the options and appropriate use of medications for pediatric obesity. • Implement strategies in clinical practice for treating pediatric patients who are overweight or obese. • Determine which patients will benefit from available CAH treatments. • Integrate the appropriate use of growth hormone for various diagnoses. • Evaluate which patient will benefit from psychological intervention. • Recommend screening and management of monogenic/neonatal diabetes. • Distinguish the appropriate work up for pediatric thyroid nodules. • Assess endocrine risks in children who have been treated for cancer. • Incorporate into their professional practice new treatment strategies for various endocrine problems such as hypocalcemia, hypopituitarism, hypocorticolism and short statute found in the pediatric population. • Define the limitations of using DXA, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of newer techniques for assessing bone density in children. University of South Florida Office of Continuing Professional Development, NON-PROFIT ORG U.S. POSTAGE MDC #60, 12901 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. Tampa, FL 33612-4799 PAID TAMPA, FL PERMIT NO. 1632 ASSOCIATE SOUTHERN PEDIATRIC ENDOCRINE SOCIETY ANNUAL MEETING OCTOBER 1-3, 2008 Wednesday, October 1, 2008 12:00-12:30 pm Friday, October 3, 2008 Response to increlex therapy 05:30 pm 07:30-08:00 am Martha Anne Faris, PNP Welcome Reception Registration Durham, NC Breakfast / Exhibits Thursday, October 2, 2008 12:30-01:30 pm 08:00-08:30 am 07:30-08:00 am Lunch Welcome / Audience Response Registration / Breakfast / 01:30-02:30 pm System Exhibits Congenital adrenal hyperplasia Roxanne Schock, RN, CDE 08:00-08:30 am Overview and new research Chapel Hill, NC Welcome / Announcements / Bragan Petrey, CRNP 08:30-09:30 am Audience Response System Birmingham, AL Turners Camp: Roxanne Schock, RN, CDE 02:30-03:00 pm A different perspective Chapel Hill, NC Pediatric diabetes: Laura Stryffeler, CPNP Program Director ASPES The global epidemic Chapel Hill, NC 08:30-09:30 am Denine Rogers, RD, LD 09:30-10:00 am Sticks and stones Douglasville, GA MODY (Osteoporosis in kids) 03:00-03:30 pm Sheila Holdford, NP Karen Loechner, MD, PhD Break / Exhibits Columbia SC Chapel Hill, NC 03:30-04:00 pm 10:00-10:30 am 09:30-10:00 am Supprelin pros and cons Break / Exhibits Obesity management: Elizabeth Brady, CPNP Making it practical 10:30-11:00 am Charleston, SC Laura Szadek, NP Thyroid issues and dietary Columbia, SC 04:00-04:30 pm management Metabolic syndrome Betty Wedman-St Louis, PhD,RD 10:00-10:30 am definitions in pediatrics St Petersburg, FL MDI, Pumps and CGMS: Which one do we use? The fine points of insulin 11:00-12:00 pm Sandra Benavides, PharmD adjustment Insulin administration in children Ft Lauderdale, FL Jeanne Hutson, RN, RD, CDE with diabetes Raleigh, NC 04:30-05:00pm Renee Meehan, RN,MA,CDE Celiac Disease in Tampa, FL 10:30-11:00 am Type 1 Diabetes Break / Exhibits Nina Jain, MD 11:00-11:30 am Chapel Hill, NC 12:00 pm Endocrine issues for pediatric Luncheon Provided By Pfizer 05:00-05:30pm cancer survivors NOT FOR CME CREDIT Panel Discussion/ Q&A/ Kathy Clark, PNP Posttest/Evaluations Ann Arbor, MI 07:00 pm 11:30-12:00 pm Dinner Lecture Diabetes in the school 101 Gluten free and me A program for school personnel Susan McGovern, MA,RD,CDE Jennifer Schwab, RN, CDE Pittsboro, NC Ann Arbor, MI SOUTHERN PEDIATRIC ENDOCRINE SOCIETY ANNUAL MEETING OCTOBER 3-5, 2008 Friday, October 3, 2008 03:20-03:40 pm 08:20-08:40 am Discontinuation of insulin Thinking outside the bun: 12:00-01:00 pm therapy after 15 years of appetite hormone secretion in Registration / Exhibits treatment of diabetes prepubertal children 01:00-01:05 pm Joycelyn A. Atchison, MD Jefferson Lomenick, MD Welcome / Announcement Birmingham, AL Lexington, KY Jefferson Lomenick, MD 03:40-04:00 pm 08:40-09:00 am Lexington, KY Statins in type 1 diabetes Elevated insulin in a 9 year old 01:05-01:20 pm Jackson Smith, MD Inger L. Hansen, MD Audience Response System Lexington, KY Atlanta, GA 01:20-01:40 pm 04:00-04:20 pm 09:00-09:20 am Current therapeutic CAH: finding and treating Hyperlipidemia: is it from approaches in CFRD the needle in the NICU parents or pizza? Elaine Moreland, MD John S. Parks, MD, PhD Malaka B. Jackson, MD Birmingham, AL Atlanta, GA Columbia, SC 01:40-02:00 pm 04:20-04:40 pm 09:20-09:40 am 23 month old with diabetes Malignant paraganglioma in Vitamin D deficiency in mellitus, diabetes insipidus, a boy from a family with overweight children obesity, and respiratory failure non-classic CAH Patricia Powers, MD George A. Burghen, MD George W. Moll, Jr, MD, PhD Lynchburg, VA Memphis, TN Jackson, MS 09:40-10:00 am 02:00-02:20 pm 04:40-05:00 pm Hyperlipidemia treatment issues: Glucose and insulin abnormali- Ambiguous genitalia and a family’s story ties in Fanconi Anemia gender assignment: trials Elizabeth Walsh, MD Susan R. Rose, MD and tribulations Charleston, SC Cincinnati, OH James A. Amrhein, MD 10:00-10:20 am Greenville, SC 02:20-02:40 pm Break / Exhibits Cerebral edema before onset of 05:00-05:15 pm 10:20-10:40 am therapy in newly diagnosed type Audience Response System Does weight loss come in a bot- 2 diabetes 06:30 pm tle? Role of pharmaceuticals Alba Morales Pozzo, MD Welcome Reception in pediatric obesity Little Rock, AR Laurie Minarich, MD Saturday, October 4, 2008 02:40-03:00 pm Columbia, SC Continuous glucose 07:30-08:00 am 10:40-11:00 am monitoring in adolescents Registration Comparison of measures Laurissa Kashmer, MD Breakfast / Exhibits of insulin resistance for Charlottesville, VA 08:00-08:05 am diagnosing metabolic 03:00-03:20 pm Announcements syndrome in obese children Break / Exhibits Naznin Dixit, MD 08:05-08:20 am Orlando, FL Audience Response System 11:00-11:20 am 03:10-03:30 pm 08:40-09:00 am Case based management of Hypercalcemia in Williams A 3 year old boy with IGF-I dyslipidemia in children syndrome: a novel approach to deficiency Anil R. Kumar, MD management Michael S. Kappy, MD, PhD Richmond, VA Anshu Gupta, MD Aurora, CO 11:20-11:40 am Richmond, VA 09:00-09:20 am Anti-obesity toolkit for evaluation 03:30-03:50 pm Ethical coding for growth and treatment of obesity in Swelling and bowing of extremi- hormone therapy approval children ties in a 2 month old infant Nancy Wright, MD Sarah RS Stender, MD, CDE Christine Burt Solorzano, MD Tallahassee, FL Memphis, TN Charlottesville, VA 09:20-09:40 am 11:40-11:50 am 03:50-04:10 pm Death from arginine overdose Audience Response System Bone in the butt: what’s your during GH stimulation testing diagnosis? Janet Silverstein, MD 11:50-12:50 pm Raynald Samoa, MD Gainesville, FL Lunch Los Angeles, CA 09:40-10:00 am 12:50-01:00 pm 04:10-04:30 pm Idiopathic short stature or IGF Audience Response System Use of iopanoic acid in the deficiency 01:00-01:30 pm management of neonatal Deborah Bowlby, MD Bone density measurement in Graves disease Charleston, SC children and adolescents Duclos Dessalines, MD 10:00-10:20 am Pisit Pitukcheewanont, MD Memphis, TN Break / Exhibits Los Angeles, CA 04:30-04:50 pm 10:20-10:40 am 01:30-01:50 pm Pediatric pituitary potpourri Excessive growth in a toddler Case of refractory hypocalcemia T. Brooks Vaughan, MD Samar K. Bhowmick, MD, FACE Robert Schultz, MD Birmingham, AL Mobile, AL Atlanta, GA 04:50-05:10 pm 10:40-11:00 am 01:50-02:10 pm Evaluating the incidental Endo-cosmetology: Treatment of OI with thyroid nodule origins and principles bisphosphonates Marcie Drury Brown, MD Arlan L. Rosenbloom, MD Mark S. Rappaport, MD Winston-Salem, NC Gainesville, FL Atlanta, GA 05:10-05:30 pm 11:00-11:20 am 02:10-02:30 pm Audience Response System Inflammatory mechanisms of Healthy children with frequent 07:00 pm pubertal delay in colitis fractures: how much Participant Dinner Mark DeBoer, MD evaluation is needed? Charlottesville, VA Robert Olney, MD Sunday, October 5, 2008 Jacksonville, FL 11:20-11:40 am 07:30-08:00 am Brain teaser: an endocrine cause 02:30-02:50 pm Registration of tachypnea in a newborn Unusual case of hypercalcemia in Breakfast / Exhibits Alison Lunsford, MD a 14 year old girl 08:00-08:05 am Columbia, SC Amy Mathew Burton, MD Birmingham, AL Announcements 11:40-11:50 am Audience Response System 02:50-03:10 pm 08:05-08:20 am Break / Exhibits Audience Response System 11:50 am Adjourn 08:20-08:40 am Evidence based endocrine sequelae to cancer therapy Lillian R. Meacham, MD Atlanta, GA Colonial Williamsburg Lodge through Friday to book your room. Reservations 310 South England Street, Williamsburg, VA 23185 must be made on or before the cut off date in order Tel. (800)261-9530 Fax (757)220-7799 to be eligible for the group rate. Please mention the www.colonialwilliamsburg.com group name ASPES/SPES and/or the group code ASSJ08B to obtain the group rate. We encourage The Williamsburg Lodge, after an extensive two- booking your reservation early. year building, remodeling, and refurbishing project completed in early 2007, now comprises eight build- Airports: Convenient access via major airlines is ings interconnected by sheltered brick-paved walk- possible with more than 200 flights, including nearly ways. One of the two original hotels envisioned by 30 non-stops, arriving daily to three international air- John D. Rockefeller Jr. for Colonial Williamsburg, ports just 25 to 45 minutes away: Newport News- the Williamsburg Lodge offers 323 attractively Williamsburg (PHF), Norfolk (ORF), and appointed guest rooms and suites with modern Richmond International (RIC). Our recommenda- amenities, including wireless internet access in all tion would be Richmond International (RIC) as your rooms. Always fondly regarded for its characteristic destination airport. southern hospitality, the property enhancements provide guests with comfortable accommodations Ground Transportation: Groome Transportation reminiscent of a southern family home. Guest is available at Richmond International (RIC). rooms include furnishings that blend the timeless Shuttles run 24/7 and arrive at the airport every American styles of craftsmen from across the coun- hour on the hour. Charge per person is $40 one- try and reflect pieces in Colonial Williamsburg’s col- way and $75 roundtrip. Each additional person is lections. $25. Call (804) 222-7222 or (800) 552-7911 for reser- vations. A block of rooms have been reserved for this meet- ing for the special rate of $209.00 per night for sin- Historic Area Tickets: Special conference tickets gle/double plus current sales tax. These rooms will are available for purchase that are good for the be held until Tuesday, September 2, 2008. Call duration of the conference and includes access to the Colonial Williamsburg Lodge at 800-261-9530 Historic Area trade sites and museums. The between the hours of 8:00am-5:00pm, Monday conferee pass is offered at the rate of $15 per ticket. Registration Fees SPES Only Fees Before or On September 2, 2008 After September 3, 2008 Physicians $300.00 $350.00 Other Healthcare Professionals $225.00 $275.00 Guest Fee for Friday Welcome Reception and Saturday Dinner $110.00 ASPES Only Fees Before or On September 2, 2008 After September 3, 2008 All Healthcare Professionals $200.00 $250.00 Guest Fee for Wednesday Welcome Reception and Thursday Dinner $75.00 Attending Both SPES and ASPES Fees Before or On September 2, 2008 After September 3, 2008 Physicians $425.00 $525.00 Other Healthcare Professionals $375.00 $475.00 Guest Fee for all Social Events $175.00 REGISTRATION FEES The registration fee includes all sessions, continental breakfasts, breaks and syllabus material for the participant only. A confirmation letter will be sent upon receipt of your registration and form of payment. No registration will be confirmed without full payment. Refund Policy: Registration fees will be refunded minus a cancellation fee of $40.00 until September 16, 2008. No refunds will be made after September 17, 2008. The University of South Florida Continuing Professional Development Office reserves the right to cancel the course due to unforeseen circum- stances. The University of South Florida will not be responsible for travel expenses incurred by the participant in case of cancellation. Accommodations for Disabilities: Please notify the Education office at (813) 974-4296 within a minimum of 10 working days in advance of the event if a reasonable accommodation for a disability is needed. Events, activities, and facilities of the University of South Florida are available without regard to race, color, sex, national origin, disability, age or Vietnam veteran status as provided by law in accordance with the University’s respect for personal dignity.