"Division of Postgraduate Education Department of Psychiatry Massachusetts General"
Division of Postgraduate Education Department of Psychiatry Announcing the 2007 Semester One Massachusetts General Hospital MGH Psychiatry Academy Live Symposium Robert J. Birnbaum, MD, PhD Join over 40,000 of your colleagues in one of the most comprehensive medical education Timothy J. Petersen, PhD programs in the country. With an emphasis on improving patient care and provider learning, Massachusetts General Hospital Psychiatry Academy delivers compelling topics delivered by Lisa Tolliver world-renowned faculty via effective learning forums. Our expert faculty have designed a Susan Sidell yearly curriculum of objective, clinically applicable educational content that allows you to pick and choose the clinical information that best serves you and your patients. Madeline Horwitz Arlene Lietz Semester One (January-June 2007): Stephanie Lipka Hackett Stay Up-To-Date on Clinically Relevant Topics with Six New Symposia Lectures. Katherine Pike, LCSW The Psychiatry Academy Live Symposium provides needs-based content relevant to your practice, developed and presented by world-renowned faculty from MGH and other respected Jerrold F. Rosenbaum, MD institutions. This year’s educational tracks include: Mood, Anxiety, Psychosis, Women’s Mental Psychiatrist-in-Chief Health, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Sleep-Wake Cycle Disturbances, Substance Use Disorders, and Geriatric Psychiatry. NEW! Enjoy Ongoing Consultation with the Psychiatry Academy Faculty. After participating in the 2007 Semester One Live Symposium, you will be invited to re-engage with the faculty for a LIVE Web discussion. This free Expert Online Forum provides direct access to the faculty to discuss specific recommendations from the previous symposia lectures. Gain perspective on applying new concepts to your clinical practice by asking questions live and comparing your practice standards with your peers. Participation is free. REGISTER TODAY! Each year our event attendance has doubled, so we strongly encourage early registration to avoid being put on the waiting list and to ensure your discount. To register or for additional information, visit MGHCME.org or contact a Member Services Representative at 866.644.7792. Sincerely, Robert J. Birnbaum, MD, PhD Executive Director, Postgraduate Medical Education and Director, Division of Postgraduate Education, Department of Psychiatry, Massachusetts General Hospital Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School email@example.com 866.644.7792 www.MGHCME.org Massachusetts General Hospital Psychiatry Academy CME Activities 2007 SEMESTER ONE LIVE SYMPOSIA Washington, DC Sheraton Premier at Tysons Corner 8661 Leesburg Pike Vienna, VA 22182 Saturday, May 12, 2007 703.448.1234 7:00 am-4:15 pm http://www.sheraton.com/tysonscorner 7:00-7:30 am Registration and Continental Breakfast 11:15 am-12:15 pm Lunch 7:30-7:45 am Welcome and Opening Remarks/Pre-Activity Questions 12:15-1:20 pm Premenstrual and Menopausal Transition Mood Disturbances in 7:45-8:35 am Lessons for the Treatment of Younger and Midlife Women Bipolar Disorder from STEP-BD: Collaborative Care, Pharmacotherapy, Women’s mental health experts will provide expert guidance in the treatment of patients who and Psychotherapy experience depressed mood, irritability, and mood swings Researchers involved in the pivotal multicenter STEP-BD trial of premenstrually or near the time of menopause. bipolar disorder will translate its findings to the practical care Module Directors and Content Developers: of patients with bipolar illness. Lee Cohen, MD – Director, Perinatal and Reproductive Module Directors and Content Developers: Psychiatry Clinical and Research Program, Massachusetts Andrew A. Nierenberg, MD – Associate Director, Depression General Hospital Clinical and Research Program; Medical Director, Bipolar Clinic Hadine Joffe, MD, MSc – Director, Endocrine Studies, Perinatal and Research Program, Massachusetts General Hospital and Reproductive Psychiatry Clinical Research Program, Michael Ostacher, MD, MPH – Associate Medical Director, Massachusetts General Hospital Bipolar and Research Program, Massachusetts General Hospital 1:20-2:10 pm Juvenile Bipolar Disorder: 8:35-9:25 am Panic Disorder: Initial Phenomenology, Diagnosis, Interventions and and Treatment Next-Step Therapies Bipolar disorder in children and adolescents Our physicians will provide a clear, rational often goes misdiagnosed and untreated. This lecture will help guide to the treatment of patients with panic disorder, to clarify when ”badly behaving” or “moody” children actually describing first-line treatments and explaining how to proceed have bipolar disorder requiring active treatment. when standard therapies don’t work. Module Directors and Content Developers: Module Directors and Content Developers: Joseph Biederman, MD – Chief, Clinical and Research Mark Pollack, MD – Director, Center for Anxiety and Traumatic Program in Pediatric Psychopharmacology and Adult ADHD, Stress Disorders, Massachusetts General Hospital Massachusetts General Hospital Naomi Simon, MD, MSc – Associate Director, Center for Anxiety and Traumatic Stress Disorders, Massachusetts Janet Wozniak, MD – Director, Pediatric Bipolar Disorder General Hospital Research Program, Massachusetts General Hospital 9:40-10:30 am Cross-Cultural Considerations 2:25-3:15 pm Cognitive Enhancers in the in Schizophrenia Spectrum Treatment of Dementia: Disorders Are They Worthwhile? Determining when a given belief is Dementia is a progressive illness with no pathological and when it is a commonly held conviction in one’s known cure. Our geriatric psychiatry experts will help you to culture can be difficult. Our experts in cross-cultural psychiatry weigh the risks and benefits of medication treatments that claim will outline an approach to these complex considerations so to slow the decline of cognition in patients with dementia. that patients of all backgrounds receive optimal treatment. Module Directors and Content Developers: Module Directors and Content Developers: William Falk, MD – Director, Outpatient Geriatric Donald Goff, MD – Director, Schizophrenia Program, Psychiatry Clinic; Director, Geriatric Neurobehavioral Clinic, Massachusetts General Hospital Massachusetts General Hospital David Henderson, MD – Director, Schizophrenia Weight James Ellison, MD, MPH – Clinical Director, Geriatric Reduction and Glucose Metabolism Research; Associate Psychiatry Program, McLean Hospital Director, Schizophrenia Program; Associate Director, Division of International Psychiatry, Massachusetts General Hospital 3:15-3:30 pm Post-Activity Questions 10:30-11:15 am Panel Discussion 3:30-4:15 pm Panel Discussion Faculty subject to change. MGH-PA is supported through educational grants from the following supporters: * * *Charter Member Supporter C O M P L E T E A N D F A X T O 9 7 2 . 3 4 0 . 2 2 8 0 . MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL HOSPITAL PSYCHIATRY ACADEMY LIVE SYMPOSIUM REGISTRATION Further your symposia experience with these NEW online courses. To participate in these FREE psychLINK activities please make your selections(s) below and return via fax or mail. Comprehensive Diagnostic Assessment and Management of Sleep Disorders NOW AVAILABLE - View archive at www.MGHCME.org. SYMPOSIA REGISTRATION Clinical Implications of San Francisco, CA - Mar. 10 $40.00 before 03/10/2007 $75.00 New York, NY - May 4 $40.00 before 04/13/2007 $75.00 STEP-BD and Other Boston, MA - Mar. 31 $40.00 before 03/31/2007 $75.00 Washington, DC - May 12 $40.00 before 04/7/2007 $75.00 Multicenter Trials Focusing Dallas, TX - April 14 $40.00 before 03/10/2007 $75.00 Chicago, IL - June 2 $40.00 before 04/28/2007 $75.00 on Bipolar Depression Philadelphia, PA - April 28 $40.00 before 03/24/2007 $75.00 Detroit, MI - June 16 $40.00 before 05/12/2007 $75.00 Live Premiere – March 28, 2007 12:30 pm-1:30 pm ET Please register me for the FREE Expert Online Forum - Live online follow-up to symposia - July 14, 2007. METHOD OF PAYMENT Treatment-Emergent Side CHECK ONE. Effects of Psychiatric Check is enclosed. Please make your check payable to MGH c/o PWPL and return it with this form Medications in Women: to the registration desk. Recognition and Bill my credit card. VISA MasterCard American Express Registrations paid by credit card can be faxed to 972.340.2280. Management Live Premiere – April 11, 2007 12:30 pm-1:30 pm ET The Interface of Pediatric Bipolar Disorder and Conduct Disorder Live Premiere – April 25, 2007 12:30 pm-1:30 pm ET ZIP - BILLING ADDRESS I cannot attend, but I would like a FREE membership to the MGH Psychiatry Academy. Pharmacologic and Other Information Behavioral Treatments Professional Degree (check all that apply): Are you Board Certified? for Alcohol Use Disorders: Lessons Learned from the MD DO NP PA Psychologist YES COMBINE Study RN PharmD PhD Resident Medical Student NO Live Premiere – May 9, 2007 Check all that apply: 12:30 pm-1:30 pm ET Specialty: Which describes your primary practice? 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