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                                                       Nevada Chapter Meeting Highlights
                                              ACP Report by President Elect Mary (Molly) Cooke, MD, FACP
                                              High Value Cost Conscious Care
                                              Washington Report – Senior ACP Vice President, Robert Doherty
                                              Medical Bingo-compete for prizes
                                              Doctor’s Dilemma™ – Associates’ Jeopardy Game
                                              Controversies in Hormone Treatment
                                              Ethics Interactive Presentation: Internet & Social Media
                                              Presentation of Chapter Laureate and Volunteerism Awards

       2013                                   Town Hall Meeting – Discuss Chapter & ACP Issues
                                              Medical Student and Resident Poster Competition

 Nevada Chapter                               Self-Evaluation Program – Cardiovascular Disease ABIM
                                                 Module (Maintenance of Certification for ABIM)

Scientific Meeting                            SIM Center Skills Lab – Cardiac Sound Simulator
                                              Small Group Sessions
  Friday, January 11, 2013 3:00 to 5:30 pm
       Cardiovascular Disease Module          Advancement to Fellowship - Guidance and Mentoring
UNSOM 2040 West Charleston Blvd. Room 506     Top 10 High Impact Articles in 2012
                                              Guidelines for Opiate Treatment
         Saturday, January 12, 2013
   Clinical Simulation Center of Las Vegas      Uric Acid is a Risk Factor for Atherogenesis (MI, HTN, CKD,
      Shadow Lane Campus – SLC – B               Stroke)
              1001 Shadow Lane
                                              Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome-What an internist should know
          Las Vegas, Nevada 89106
Registration Form
American College of Physicians
Nevada Chapter Scientific Meeting Friday, January 11 and
Saturday, January 12, 2013 This form may be photocopied.
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breakfast, lunch, refreshments at two breaks, all scientific sessions and
materials, and CME documentation.
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                                                                                                           Dear Colleague,
 □Master □Fellow □Member $60                           □ Physician                 $135
 □ Associate (Resident Members) $25                    □ Resident                   $75                    I invite you to join your colleagues and me in internal medicine at the
                                                                                                           next scientific meeting of the Nevada Chapter of the American College
 □ Medical Student Member $25                          □ Medical Student            $75
                                                                                                           of Physicians on Saturday, January 11 and 12, 2013 at the University of
                                                                                                           Nevada School of Medicine Simulation Center on Shadow Lane in Las
 □Affiliate Member              $60                    □ Allied Health Professional $75
                                                                                                           This meeting is not just for ACP members. I particularly want to invite
 □ Out of State Member          $60                                      TOTAL $                           nonmembers to join us for this important clinical update and to learn
All Associate and Medical Student members who are members of the Nevada                                    about the benefits of membership at the same time.
Chapter will receive their meeting fees back, if they sign in by 10:00am, except for
those in the Northern Nevada District who will have their meeting fees waived if
                                                                                                           In addition to earning up to 8.0 CME credits, by attending this meeting
                                                                                                           you can:
they are not attending the meeting in person.. All Masters, Fellows, members, and                           Gain insight into recent medical advances.
affiliates who have paid current Nevada Chapter dues will receive half off – ($30.00)                       Discuss local and national issues affecting the practice and teaching
if they sign in by 10:00 am. If registering after December 31, 2012, the fee is increased                      of internal medicine.
by $15 for all categories. Refunds will be issued by the ACP HQ.                                            Greet old friends, meet new friends, and develop a network of
                                                                                                               colleagues in your area.
Please make your check payable to ACP.                                                                      Take time for yourself or with your family to relax and enjoy the
                                                                                                               sights around Las Vegas.
                                                                                                            See the Associate and Medical Student Regional Poster Competition
   Attend the second Nevada Associates’ Doctor’s Dilemma (medical           8:30 Meet, breakfast, and round at University of Nevada School of
    Jeopardy game)
   Participate in our Cardiovascular Disease ABIM Module                    Medicine, IM Department with Faculty, residents, and medical students.
    Maintenance of Certificate (ABIM) Self Evaluation Program
   Join our simulation center hands on activity on heart sounds
   Play for cash prizes in our first Medical Bingo game with questions      Friday Afternoon
    based on this year’s meeting topics                                      12:00 noon Meet and lunch with Touro University and Valley Hospital
                                                                             Medical Center IM Department Faculty, residents, and students.
Between scientific sessions, please visit the College table. You will find
information on new ACP programs, products, and services. There’s             3:00 to 5:00 pm Cardiovascular Disease ABIM Module, Self-
always something new at the College table. Stop by and see for               Evaluation Program for Maintenance of Certification
yourself. In addition we encourage you to visit the numerous exhibitors      UNSOM 2040 West Charleston Blvd., Room 506
to learn about their products and services and acknowledge their
continued support.                                                           Arjun V. Gururaj, MD, Javed Tunio, MD, MBA, FACC, FASE,
To ensure your place at this invaluable meeting, complete the
registration form and send, fax, phone or go to the website today with       6:30 Speakers and Judges Dinner
your check or credit card billing information. The opportunities available
at this meeting will help you meet not only your needs as a physician,
but also the needs of the patients you serve.                                Saturday, January 12, 3013
I look forward to seeing you in Las Vegas.
                                                                             Morning AM
Warren H. Evins, MD, PhD, FACP                                               6:30   Medical Student/Resident Poster Setup & Exhibitor Set-Up
Governor, ACP Nevada Chapter
                                                                             6:30   Registration & Continental Breakfast; Visit Exhibits & Posters
P.S.   Dr. Molly Cooke, ACP President-Elect, will attend this meeting
       to talk about the ACP & present on Minding the Health Care            7:00   Slide Show– Advancement to Fellowship sign up for Mentoring
       Commons-The Role of the Internist and ACP’s High Value Cost
       Conscious Initiative This is a good chance to make your voice         7:20   Welcome - Opening Remarks
       heard by ACP leadership—register today to reserve your seat.                 Warren H. Evins, MD, PhD, FACP, Nevada Chapter Governor
                                                                                    Sandhya Wahi-Gururaj, MD, MPH, FACP, Program Chair
Scientific Program and Special Events                                        7:30   Minding the Health Care Commons-The Role of the Internist
                                                                                    Mary M. (Molly) Cooke, MD, FACP ACP President-Elect
2013 Internal Medicine Update
                                                                             8:35   Workshop session I – 3 topics
Thursday Afternoon                                                                    □ Controversies in Hormonal Therapy
Drs. Cooke & Evins meet with Touro students interested in Internal           C. R. Kannan, MD, FACP, Fred Toffel, MD, FACE, FACP.
Medicine (SOIMA) in Henderson.
                                                                                      □ Hyperuricemia as an Independent Risk Factor for
Friday AM                                                                           Mitchell D. Forman, DO, FACOI, FACR, FACP
7:30 Grand Rounds at UMC Molly Cooke, MD, FACP, ACP
President-Elect The Physicians of 2030-We are training them now, are                  □ Heart Sounds Simulation
we doing it right?                                                                  Chowdhury Ahsan, MD, Sohail U. Anjum, MD, FACC, FACP
                                                                             9:45   Refreshment Break & Visit Exhibitors
                                                                       FACP, Nicholas J. Vogelzang, MD, FACP, & Warren H. Evins, MD,
10:00 Ethics: Web 2.0 and Professionalism                              PhD, FACP
    Aditi Singh, MD, FACP, Sandhya Wahi-Gururaj, MD, MPH,
FACP                                                                           Scientific Abstract Chairs: Aditi Singh, MD, FACP, Mahendran
                                                                       Jayaraj, MD
11:00 ACP College Rep Talk/ACP President-Elect
      Molly Cooke, MD, FACP                                            4:05   Refreshment Break & Visit Exhibits & Posters
11:25 Washington Update
      Robert Doherty, Senior Vice President for Governmental Affairs   4:20 The Top 10 in ’12 – Michael J. Bloch, MD & Brian T. Callister,
      & Public Policy, American College of Physicians                  MD, FACP, FHM

Afternoon PM                                                           5:20   Medical Bingo compete for cash prizes 1st, 2nd, 3rd places
                                                                              George Sarka, MD, MPH, CPH, FACP, FACR, FACPM Immediate
12:25 Presentation: Nevada Chapter Laureate and Volunteerism &                Past ACP Governor, Southern California Region II, ACP Evergreen
      Community Service Awards, Luncheon & Town Hall                          Award Winner, Warren H. Evins, MD, PhD, FACP, ACP Nevada
      Meeting, Visit Exhibits & Posters                                       Chapter Governor
      Warren H. Evins, MD, PhD, FACP, Nevada ACP Governor
      Sandhya Wahi-Gururaj, MD, MPH, Program Chair                     How to Register
      Laureate Award to Nicholas J. Vogelzang, MD, FACP                •   If you need more information on the meeting, please contact Susan
      Volunteerism & Community Service Award to Sohail U. Anjum,           Lynch, MBA, Nevada Chapter Executive Director at 502-445-
      MD, FACC, FACP                                                       9286 or susanlynchMBA@yahoo.com.

1:40 Associate/Student Abstract Competition PowerPoint                 •   For information on College related issues, contact the Nevada
Presentations                                                              Chapter Governor, Warren H. Evins, MD, PhD, FACP, by
                                                                           telephone at 702-458-2362 or e-mail to wevins@yahoo.com
2:45   Workshop session II – 3 topics
        Doctor’s Dilemma™ – Chief Resident Council, Naveen               If you need more information on the meeting program, please
         Gopal, MD Chair                                                   contact Sandhya Wahi-Gururaj, MD, MPH, Program Chair, at
          Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome-What every internist needs
           to know George Sarka, MD, MPH, CPH, FACP, FACR,             To register for the meeting:
           FACPM                                                       Online - Visit us on the Web
          Management of Opiates                                       Mail - To register by mail, complete the registration form in this
           Brian Murphy, MD                                            brochure and mail it to ACP at the address below. Be sure to list your
                                                                       daytime phone number in case we need to notify you of any changes.
3:55  Results of the Poster Competition Judging                        Please reproduce the form for additional registrations (one form per
      Winner Presentations Chief Judge George Sarka, MD, MPH,          registrant).
CPH, FACP, FACR, FACPM, Judges: T. Brian Callister, MD, FHM,
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   To access our online meeting information or to print another                             Palace Station Hotel & Casino
    registration form for a friend or colleague, go to                                       2411 W. Sahara Ave.
    www.acponline.org/cme/regmtg/regional.htm                                                Las Vegas, Nevada 89102

       To access a map to the Clinical Simulation Center please go to                       Directions
                                                                                             • I 15 to the Sahara Avenue Exit, then go West
                     http://maps.unlv.edu/map-slc.html                                       • Turn left at Palace Station Drive
   We encourage participation by all individuals. Inform us if you are disabled and           The hotel provides complimentary valet and garage self-parking
require assistance. Advance notification is essential in order for us to serve you better.     for hotel guests
Please notify the Nevada Governor or Executive Director at the above addresses in
writing (or by email) at least 30 days before your course. We’ll be glad to help.
                                                                                             Learning Objectives
                                                                                             At the conclusion of this activity, the participant will:
CME Accreditation                                                                                   Describe the ethical issues involved in the use of the web and
It is the policy of University of Nevada School of Medicine (UNSOM)
to ensure balance, independence, objectivity, and scientific rigor in all its                social networking
individually sponsored or jointly sponsored educational programs.                             Explain High Value Cost Conscious Care
                                                                                              Discuss the changes and potential changes ahead in health care
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the                            delivery
Essentials Areas and Policies of Accreditation Council for Continuing
Medical Association (ACCME) through the joint sponsorship of the                              Identify at least three major clinical findings from 2012 and how
University of Nevada School of Medicine and the American College of                              they affect internists
Physicians Nevada Chapter. Disclosure of faculty and commercial                               Explain the current recommendations for the use of testosterone and
relationships will be made known prior to the activity. The UNSOM                                post-menopausal hormonal therapy
and Nevada Chapter planning committee’s ha(s)ve nothing to disclose.
                                                                                              Understand how to manage opiate therapy
   Prepare for internal medicine board recertification with the            conduct, an abiding commitment to excellence in medical care,
    Cardiovascular module                                                   education, research, and service to their community, their chapter, and
   Enjoy the non CME credit Doctor’s Dilemma-Associates’ medical           ACP. A Laureate Nominee is usually a senior physician who has...
    Jeopardy game                                                               been a Fellow or Master of the College for at least 15 to 20 years
                                                                                a long history of excellence and peer approval in the specialty of
   Learn about some exciting clinical cases and research projects at our
                                                                                   internal medicine
    medical schools
                                                                                served the chapter and community with distinction or in some
   Strengthen competency in heart sound identification with simulated             clearly definable manner
    hands on experience
   Review compelling data on uric acid & its strong association with       Nicholas J. Vogelzang, MD, FACP is this year’s winner. He is an
    ASCVD & stroke                                                          internationally recognized genitourinary oncologist and researcher with
   Review the concepts of all of the meeting’s presentations in a          the Comprehensive Cancer Centers of Nevada and a past Medical
    Medical Bingo question and answer contest                               Director of the Nevada Cancer Institute.
   Discuss how Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome affects the internist
   What is your College doing to improve physicians’ and patients lives    Chapter Volunteerism and Community Service Award
                                                                            Volunteerism, like a commitment to continuing education, is an
                                                                            established tradition for internists The Chapter Volunteerism Award was
Associates’ and Medical Students’ Activities                                developed to recognize the work of members who are involved in
Clinical vignettes and research papers prepared by Associates and           volunteerism and community service activities and to raise the level of
Medical Students will be presented during the meeting at the poster
                                                                            awareness and promote dialogue and action in volunteerism within their
competition. The top two awardees in each category (Associate-Clinical
Vignette, Associate Research, Medical Student Research and Medical          regions. Nominees must be Masters, Fellows, Members, or Associates of
Student Clinical Vignette) will deliver a Power Point slide presentation    ACP and must have provided volunteer service post-training. The
to all attendees during the Scientific Session. All Southern and Northern   services must have been performed on a voluntary basis and not required
Nevada Regional Poster competition entrants will receive a certificate of   for the completion of teaching, training, or position requirements.
merit. Second and third place winners will receive a medical book. First    Volunteer work must have been done as a physician and be medically
place winners will be nominated by the Chapter, guaranteeing eligibility    related.
for the ACP national competition held during Internal Medicine 2013.
The two Associates 1st Place winners in Research and Clinical Vignette      Sohail U. Anjum, MD, FACC, FACP is this year’s winner. He
categories and the rwo Medical Student 1st place winner in Clinical         recently finished an 8 year term on the Nevada State Board of Medical
Vignette and Research categories will receive up to $1000 in travel and     Examiners as Vice President of the Board.
meeting expenses to Internal Medicine 2013 in San Francisco, April,
2013.                                                                       The awards will be presented during the luncheon.
Winners of the Doctor’s Dilemma competition will receive funding to
compete at the National ACP Internal Medicine 2013 meeting in San
Francisco.                                                                  Pathways to Fellowship
                                                                            Attendance at chapter meetings can help all ACP members in meeting
Laureate Award                                                              the qualifications for advancement to Fellowship. It is especially
The Chapter is pleased to be presenting a Laureate Award again this         important for those applying under that pathway calling for 5 years of
year. The Laureate Award is designed to honor those Fellows and             activity as a Member. There are four pathways for advancement.
Masters of the College who have demonstrated, by their example and          Pathways may be combined; they are not mutually exclusive:
       The Published Academician                                        Naveen Gopal, MD Chair, ACP Nevada Chapter Chief Resident’s
       The Physician with Multiple (subspecialty or re-certification)   Council, Chief Resident, Internal Medicine Residency Program, Las
        Certification or Advanced Degrees or has completed MKSAP for     Vegas, University of Nevada School of Medicine.
        credit.                                                          Arjun V. Gururaj, MD, Cardiologist, Nevada Heart and Vascular
     The Active ACP Member                                              Center, Chief of Electrophysiology, Sunrise Hospital, Las Vegas.
     The Senior Physician                                               David J. Howard, MD, FACP Associate Director of Internal Medicine
Please inquire about the process for Fellowship qualifications.          Residency Program, Assistant Professor University of Nevada School of
                                                                         Medicine, Reno.
                                                                         Mahendran Jayaraj, MD Assistant Professor of Medicine, University
Faculty                                                                  of Nevada School of Medicine, Las Vegas.
Chowdhury Ahsan, MD, PhD, FACC, FRCP, FAHA Private                       Chakravarthy R. Kannan, MD Professor of Medicine, Section Chief,
practice Interventional Cardiologist, Nevada Heart and Vascular          Endocrinology, University of Nevada School of Medicine, Las Vegas.
Group, Clinical Professor of Medicine, University of Nevada School       Brian W. Murphy, MD, MBA Chief Medical Officer, Nathan
of Medicine, Director of Cardiac Catheterization Labs and                Adelson Hospice, certified in Palliative and Hospice Medicine, Family
Cardiovascular Research at University Medical Center of So. Nevada.      Practice, Las Vegas.
Sohail U. Anjum, MD, FACC, FACP Founding Cardiologist, Heart             George Sarka MD, MPH, CPH, FACP, FACR, FACPM
Center of Nevada, Las Vegas.                                             DrPH Candidate in Public Health, UCLA, Associate Clinical Professor
Michael J. Bloch, MD, FACP, FASH, FVM - Associate Professor,             of Medicine, UCLA, California Neurology Society Director-South
University of Nevada School of Medicine, Medical Director, Saint         (2012-2015), Coordinator for Continuing Medical Education at the
Mary's Risk Reduction Center, Co-Director, Saint Mary's Vascular         Klotz Student Health Center, California State University, Northridge
Institute, Reno.                                                         (CSUN) , Immediate Past Governor of the ACP, Southern California,
T. Brian Callister, MD, FACP, FHM – National Medical Director,           Region II (2008-2012), Past President of the LA Neurological Society
LifeCare Hospitals, Plano, TX, Immediate Past President, Nevada State    (2006-2009), Past President of the LA County Medical Society-
Medical Association, Associate Clinical Professor, Department of         District 1 (2006-2008), Graduate of the Human Resource Management
Internal Medicine, Reno, University of Nevada School of Medicine,        Certificate Program at the University of California, Irvine 2009,
President, Northern Nevada District of the Nevada ACP Chapter.           diplomate in rheumatology, neurology, geriatrics, public health and
Mary M. (Molly) Cooke, MD, FACP – ACP President-Elect, Professor         internal, sports, headache, emergency, occupational, & general
of Medicine, UCSF School of Medicine, Director of Education for          preventive medicine.
Global Health Sciences of the Schools of Medicine, Dentistry,            Aditi Singh, MD, FACP Assistant Professor of Medicine, Associate
Pharmacy, Nursing, and the Graduate School, University of California,    Program Director, Internal Medicine Residency Program, Las Vegas,
San Francisco.                                                           University of Nevada School of Medicine.
Robert Doherty, Senior Vice President for Governmental Affairs and       Fred G. Toffel, MD, FACE, FACP Adjunct Associate Professor,
Public Policy, American College of Physicians, Washington, DC.           Touro University-Nevada College of Osteopathic Medicine, Medical
Warren H. Evins, MD, PhD, FACP, ACP Nevada Chapter Governor,             Director, Diabetes Treatment Center, Desert Springs Hospital, President,
Adjunct Professor of Internal Medicine, Touro University-Nevada          Nevada Chapter, American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists,
College of Osteopathic Medicine, Henderson, Nevada.                      Henderson.
Mitchell Forman, DO, FACR, FACOI, FACP, Professor of Medicine            Javed Tunio, MD, MBA, FACC, FASE, FSCCT, Chief of Cardiology,
& founding Dean, Touro University—Nevada College of Osteopathic          Veteran’s Administration Southern Nevada Healthcare Center, Las
Medicine, Henderson, Nevada, Treasurer Nevada ACP Chapter.               Vegas.
Nicholas J. Vogelzang, MD Oncologist, Comprehensive Cancer
Centers of Nevada, Clinical Professor of Medicine, University of
Nevada School of Medicine, Las Vegas.
Sandhya Wahi-Gururaj, MD, MPH , FACP Assistant Professor of
Medicine, Program Director, Internal Medicine Residency Program, Las
Vegas, University of Nevada School of Medicine.

Acknowledgements (as of November 2012)
We wish to thank the following:
 University of Nevada School of Medicine (Joint Sponsor)
 Touro University of Nevada, College of Osteopathic Medicine
 Our Exhibitors and Program Sponsors
 The Nevada ACP Chapter Program Committee - Sandhya Wahi-
  Gururaj, MD, MPH, FACP, Chair, Miriam Bar-on, MD, T. Brian
  Callister, MD, FHM, FACP, Warren H. Evins, MD, PhD, FACP
  Aditi Singh, MD, FACP, Kartika Shetty, MD, FACP
 Associate Competition co-Chairs - Aditi Singh, MD,FACP,
  Mahendran Jayaraj, MD
 Regional Poster Competition Judges- Michael J. Bloch, MD, FACP,
  FASH, FVM, Warren H. Evins, MD, PhD, FACP, , Alan Greenberg,
  MD, FACP, C. R. Kannan, MD, FACP, John Sweetenham, MD,

Who Should Attend
   General Internists
   Subspecialty Internists
   Family Practitioners
   Fellows in Subspecialty Training
   Residents (Internists in Training)
   Medical Students Interested in Internal Medicine
   Physician’s Assistants
   Nurse Practitioners
   Nurses
   Pharmacists
   Other Allied Health Practitioners

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