21st AN N U AL
Steamboat Springs, Colorado
January 26 – February 1, 2002
Advances in Maternal and Fetal Medicine
Steamboat Springs, Colorado • January 26 - February 1, 2002
Educational Objectives ACNM Credit ACCME contact hours in Category 1
are accepted by the Continuing Competency Program
Upon completion of the program, participants should of the American College of Nurse-Midwives for pro-
be able to: grams relevant to nurse-midwifery.
• Describe the diagnosis and management of
Von Willebrands Disease during pregnancy. Nurses and nurse-midwives attending this program
• Understand the principals of fetal surgery. may report 20.5
• Discuss the perinatal factors associated with
PHOTO CREDITS: STEAMBOAT PHOTOS / CYNTHIA HUNTER • STEAMBOAT PHOTO (SNOWMAN) / LARRY PIERCE • GROUP SHOT / COLD SMOKE PHOTOGRAPHY
• Understand the diagnosis and treatment of
hypercoagulable states during pregnancy. Russell K. Laros, Jr., M.D.
• Describe an algorithm for the use of antenatal Stephanie E. Mann, M.D.
corticosteroids. Craig T. Albanese, M.D.
• List causes of maternal mortality.
Sharon K. Knight, M.D.
• Discuss the diagnosis and management of
preterm premature rupture of the membranes. Samuel C. Hughes, M.D.
• Discuss the principals of genetic counseling. Michael L. Socol, M.D.
• Be able to summarize the principals of Mary E. Norton, M.D.
Julian T. Parer, M.D., Ph.D.
• Outline a plan of management of severe
hyperemesis. Per L. Sandberg, M.D.
• Understand the principals of management
of blood group isoimmunization.
• Discuss the diagnosis and management of
Steamboat Springs, Colorado
preeclampsia. Known as “Ski Town U.S.A.,” Steamboat Springs has
produced more Olympians than any other U.S. town.
Steamboat is actually a complete mountain range
Accreditation spread out over five mountains. The 2,939 acres of
permitted terrain offers great snowboarding, tree
The University of California School of Medicine, San
skiing, wide-open meadows, long bump runs and
Francisco, (UCSF) is accredited by the Accreditation
groomed cruisers with trails for all levels of ability.
Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide
continuing medical education for physicians.
Extensive “kids” and “teens” day and evening pro-
grams make Steamboat an inviting family destination.
UCSF designates this educational activity for a maxi-
When you hang up your skis you can check out a
mum of 20.5 in Category 1 credit toward the AMA
genuine Western environment complete with apres-ski
Physician’s Recognition Award. Each physician
“pubs”, lounges, live country music and dancing,
should claim only those hours of credit that he/she
Western BBQs, and gourmet
actually spent in the activity.
dining. Enjoy rigorous
ACOG Credit The American College of Obstetricians
and Gynecologists has assigned 20.5 hours (Formal
ing, dog sledding,
Learning) to this program.
Nurse Credit The California State Board of Regis-
tered Nursing includes Category 1 courses of the
CMA Accredited Continuing Medical Education to
be acceptable toward meeting the requirements for
rides and hot
license renewal. Nurses from states other than
California must check with their local state board
for specific continuing education policies.
ADVANCES IN MATERNAL AND FETAL MEDICINE • STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, COLORADO
SATURDAY, JANUARY 26 WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30
4:30–5:45 p.m. Registration 6:45 a.m. Continental Breakfast
5:45 p.m. Von Willebrands Disease and Pregnancy 7:30 a.m. Minimal Access Surgery
Russell K. Laros, Jr., M.D. Craig T. Albanese, M.D.
6:15 p.m. IUGR: How Small is Too Small? 8:00 a.m. Genetic Screening: Who, Why, When and
Stephanie E. Mann, M.D. Where? Mary E. Norton, M.D.
6:45 p.m. Adjourn 9:00 a.m. Adjourn
4:30 p.m. CONCURRENT SESSIONS (select one)
SUNDAY, JANUARY 27 3A. Strategies to Reduce the Cesarean
4:30 p.m. Overview of Fetal Surgery Section Rate
Craig T. Albanese, M.D. Michael L. Socol, M.D. or
5:30 p.m. Refreshments 3B. Fetal Heart Rate Monitoring: Is Fetal Pulse
5:45 p.m. Urogynecologic Issues in Pregnancy Oximetry Necessary?
Sharon K. Knight, M.D. Julian T. Parer, M.D., Ph.D.
6:45 p.m. Adjourn 5:30 p.m. Refreshments
5:45 p.m. CONCURRENT SESSIONS (select one)
MONDAY, JANUARY 28 4A. Hypercoagulable States and Pregnancy
Russell K. Laros, Jr., M.D. or
6:45 a.m. Continental Breakfast
4B. Management of Episiotomy Breakdown
7:30 a.m. Controversies for Both Services: Progress in Sharon K. Knight, M.D.
Labor and Epidural Anesthesia
Samuel C. Hughes, M.D. 6:45 p.m. Adjourn
8:00 a.m. Perinatal Factors Associated with
Cerebral Palsy THURSDAY, JANUARY 31
Michael L. Socol, M.D. 6:45 a.m. Continental Breakfast
9:00 a.m Adjourn 7:30 a.m. Hyperemesis: What Really Works?
4:30 p.m. AIDS and Drug Abuse: The Double Epidemic Per L. Sandberg, M.D.
Samuel C. Hughes, M.D. 8:00 a.m. Preeclampsia: New Developments
5:30 p.m. Refreshments Stephanie E. Mann, M.D.
5:45 p.m. Case Presentations: Ask the Professors 9:00 a.m. Adjourn
Drs. Hughes, Norton, Laros, Parer, Rosen 4:30 p.m. CONCURRENT SESSIONS (select one)
and Socol 5A. Blood Group Isoimmunization
6:45 p.m. Wine and Cheese Party – Informal Discussions Michael L. Socol, M.D. or
9:00 p.m. Adjourn 5B. Genetic Counseling
Mary L. Norton, M.D.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 29 5:30 p.m. Refreshments
6:45 a.m. Continental Breakfast 5:45 p.m. CONCURRENT SESSIONS (select one)
7:30 a.m. Management of Preterm Premature Ruptured 6A. Clinical Trials in Fetal Surgery
Membranes Craig T. Albanese, M.D. or
Michael L. Socol, M.D. 6B. Rational Algorithms for Antenatal
8:00 a.m. Diagnosis and Treatment of Cervical Corticosteroids
Incompetence Julian T. Parer, M.D., Ph.D.
Julian T. Parer, M.D., Ph.D. 6:45 p.m. Adjourn
9:00 a.m. Adjourn
4:30 p.m. CONCURRENT SESSIONS (select one) FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1
1A. Maternal Mortality: What Have We Learned 6:45 a.m. Continental Breakfast
and How Do We Use It? 7:30 a.m. Crash Cesarean Section: Reality Versus
Samuel C Hughes, M.D. or Optimum
1B. Advanced Maternal Age: Fact or Fiction? Julian T. Parer, M.D., Ph.D.
Stephanie E. Mann, M.D. 8:00 a.m. Vaginal Breech Delivery: The Hannah Study
5:30 p.m. Refreshments Versus the UCSF Experience
5:45 p.m. CONCURRENT SESSIONS (select one) Russell K. Laros, M.D.
2A. ASA and ACOG Guidelines: Some 9:00 a.m. Adjourn
Highlights and Why We Get Sued! 4:30 p.m. CONCURRENT SESSIONS (select one)
Samuel C Hughes, M.D. or 7A. Surgery During Pregnancy
2B. OB Ultrasound: Who, What, Where, Per L. Sandberg, M.D. or
When and How? 7B. Platelet Disorders in Pregnancy
Mary E. Norton, M.D. Russell K. Laros, Jr., M.D.
6:45 p.m Adjourn 5:30 p.m. Refreshments
5:45 p.m. CONCURRENT SESSIONS (select one)
2002 8A. HIV Update
Stephanie E. Mann, M.D.or
8B. Selective Reduction for Complications
of Monoamniotic Twinning
Craig E. Albanese, M.D.
6:45 p.m. Adjourn
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO • ADVANCES IN MATERNAL AND FETAL MEDICINE • JANUARY 26 – FEBRUARY 2, 2002
lodging, skiing and travel RESORT INFORMATION SKI and SNOWBOARD RENTALS deposit, you will receive a written confirmation,
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS Located 200 miles Discounted rates have been arranged with information on travel insurance, and a request
northwest of Denver, and reached by major jet Steamboat Ski Rentals including free children for final payment.
service to the Hayden Airport 22 miles west, rentals with a 5 or more day parental adult
Steamboat offers a family environment of 2,939 rental. Information will be sent with your All reservations are subject to availability.
acres of fine ski runs, lift capacity of over confirmation for requesting ski rentals, or EARLY DEPOSITS WILL RECEIVE PRIOR-
32,000 skiers per hour, and elevations to you may make advance reservations by ITY. ACCOMMODATIONS NOT UNDER
10,568 ft. Ski Time Square at the base area calling (800) 859-9959, and indicate your DEPOSIT BY NOVEMBER 15, 2001 WILL BE
has a variety of shops, galleries and popular group name “University of California OB/GYN RELEASED. Requests for lodging received
restaurants. Steamboat is noted for its excel- Conference at Steamboat.” after that date will be processed on a space
lent ski school, teen events, and children's pro- available basis and may be subject to a late
grams including “Kids Ski Free.” Other activities AIR TRANSPORTATION fee of $25/person.
include cross-country skiing, ice-skating, sleigh Transportation to Steamboat is to Denver or
rides, balloon rides and outdoor pools. the Yampa Valley Regional airport at Hayden, Deposits must be BY CHECK in U.S. Dollars.
22 miles west of Steamboat. DISCOUNTED Because of the differing credit card acceptance
ACCOMMODATIONS A selection of hotel RATES FOR AIR, VAN SERVICE AND CAR policies by the suppliers, some portions of
rooms and condominiums has been reserved RENTALS ARE AVAILABLE when making these packages might be payable by credit
by Universal Travel for course participants at arrangements through Universal Travel. card.
the spectacular new STEAMBOAT GRAND Lower fares might be available through
RESORT and CONFERENCE CENTER adja- other sources. Air tickets will be issued FINAL PAYMENT DUE DATE
cent to the base ski area. Accommodations electronically (e-tickets) where possible and Final payment for the lodging package
include queen and king bedded rooms, kitch- will be in the airline computer at the airports. is DUE BY NOVEMBER 15, 2001, in U.S.
enette units and 1 to 3 bedroom suites with full An itinerary and record locator will be mailed Dollars. All arrangements except car rental
kitchen facilities (see descriptions under pack- to you confirming the arrangements. must be prepaid in full, or space will be
age pricing). The Steamboat Grand features subject to cancellation.
world-class amenities such as fitness center, If e-tickets are not possible, paper tickets will
on-site Day Care, heated pool and spas, three be issued and a Federal Express charge will be LIABILITY
restaurants, business center services, laundry made to your credit card for the delivery of air The above information is current as of July 1,
facilities and free underground parking. tickets. Please advise if you do not want this 2001. All rates and conditions can change with-
secure delivery service in which case tickets out notice. Please note that you are traveling
Other properties such as the Sheraton, will be mailed and Universal Travel assumes independently, and not on an escorted tour.
Thunderhead, and Chateau Chamonix can no responsibility for safe delivery. Please mark Universal Travel is not responsible for flight
be included in the ski packages by request. the travel request form for further information. cancellations, delays or mis-connections,
All lodging is on a Saturday to Saturday basis overnight amenities, carrier bankruptcies or
with no refund for late arrival or early departure A ticket-processing fee of $15 will apply to all defaults, fare changes, or other additional
unless pre-arranged. air bookings (1 or more persons traveling on costs that might be incurred.
one reservation). Additionally, a $20 per ticket
LIFT TICKETS Group rate adult (age 13-64) fee, plus airline change fees, will apply to all CANCELLATIONS
lift tickets are available only if purchased in cancellations, changes and re-issues of airline
advance with the accommodation packages. tickets for any reason including fare reductions. Air – See above.
These are priced at $240 for 6 out of 8 days, All fees and policies regarding the sale of air-
and can be adjusted for shorter stays or line tickets are subject to change without Lodging – cancellations of lodging are subject
deleted from the package entirely. notice. to the following PER PERSON administrative
service fee, plus any hotel/condo charges
Other promotional tickets available only at the NOT INCLUDED resulting from cancellation or inability to resell
slopes are (prices are not yet determined): the space: Before October 1, $20; October 1 to
Baggage handling at airports and hotels, tips, November 1 $30, November 1 to December 1,
• A “Youth” under age 13, $192 for 6- seminar registration, meals, and other items
days. FREE when parent holds a 5 or $40; After December 1, $60.
of a personal nature. Also not included are
6 day ticket alternate arrangements should land, air or
• “Child” age 5 and under ski FREE Airport Van Transfers – Cancellation between
ground transportation as arranged not be avail- 7 days and 48 hours of travel, will incur a $10
with adult purchase of any day ticket. able or not operate. WE STRONGLY ADVISE
• “Young Seniors” age 65 - 69 ski for fee. NO REFUND if cancellation occurs within
THAT TRAVELERS INSURE THEMSELVES 48 hours of travel.
$36/day and skiers age 70 and over AGAINST TRIP CANCELLATION, INTERRUP-
ski FREE. TION, ACCIDENT AND BAGGAGE LOSS. For lodging and travel information, please call:
Proof of age is required on site for all 11 and Universal Travel – UC Desk
RESERVATIONS 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time, Mon.-Fri.
12 year olds or who appear of that age. Only
“adult” tickets may be pre-purchased. Others Please return the enclosed Lodging Application Phone (415) 421-1891
are to be purchased at the slopes. form together with your deposit check directly (800) 886-1882
to Universal Travel. Lodging deposits are
SKI and SNOWBOARD SCHOOL $200/adult unless otherwise advised. Certain Off-hour msgs. (415) 421-1882
Phone 970-879-6111, ext. 531 properties may require a larger deposit at E-Mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
time of booking, and we will advise you of this
CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS Most DO NOT situation when it applies. Upon receipt of your CST REGISTRATION #1005464-10
include lifts. For information, call 970-879-6111,
ext. 531 or 543.
ROOM TYPES Numbers of persons, U.S. $ / person
1 2 3 4 5 6
PACKAGE RATES Rates shown include • Double Queen – 2 queen beds 1922 1081 868 762 - -
various discounts, are available only through • Deluxe King – 1 king bed, Fireplace, 2002 1121 - - - -
Universal Travel, are in U.S. Dollars per adult, whirlpool tub, balcony
and include 7 nights at the Steamboat Grand, • Studio – QMurphy bed, Kitchenette, QSofabed 1840 1040 840 740 - -
resort fees and taxes, and a six-day adult lift • Parlor – QSofabed, Kitchen, fp, 2-child daybeds 1840 1040 - - - -
ticket. • 1-BR Suite – King or 1 Queen and parlor unit 3130 1685 1204 963 - -
• 2-BR Suite – King and 1 or 2 Queens and - 2248 1579 1244 1043 910
• 3-BR Suite – By request
Note: 1. Lodging subject to availability. 2. Hotel rooms, Parlors, Studios, and 1-BR Suites have
1 bath, 2-BR Suites have 2 baths, 3-BR Suites have 3 baths. Fireplaces are gas fired.
course registration form
lodging and travel request form
Mail to OCME Registration • M14106 PLEASE MAIL THIS FORM TO REQUEST LODGING
UCSF, Box 0742
PACKAGES – Reservations are not accepted by phone
San Francisco, CA 94143-0742
Fax (415) 502-1795 Mail to Universal Travel
Registration Information (415) 476-5808 11 Tillman Place, Suite 400
Course Information (415) 476-4251 San Francisco, CA 94108
Phone (415) 421-1891
___________________________________________________ (800) 886-1882
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___________________________________________________ University of California • OB/GYN Conference
Degree Specialty Steamboat Springs, CO • January 26 to February 2, 2002
___________________________________________________ Please print:
City State Zip
Daytime Phone Fax
Email City State Zip
Date of birth to be used as ___________________________________________________
OCME registrant number ____ ____ / ____ ____ / ____ ____ X X Phone: Business
Month Date Year
Please indicate if you have any special needs: Phone: Home Fax
Names of persons sharing – LIST AGES WHEN UNDER 19
What is the one-letter code located on the mailing label on
the back of this form?________ OR OVER 60: ___________________________________
CONCURRENT SESSION SELECTION (Required) _______________________________________________
Please number the concurrent sessions in order of your pref-
erence. You will be notified of your assignment at registration.
We wish to make the following arrangements (check box):
4:30-5:30 5:45-6:45 A. Lodging Package:
1A. _______ 2A. _______ Lodging for 7 nights and 6-day lift ticket.
1B. _______ 2B. _______ Number of: adult tickets________
(Senior and children tickets obtainable at the slopes.)
Lift tickets not desired.
3A. _______ 4A. _______
3B. _______ 4B. _______ STEAMBOAT GRAND RESORT
Hotel – Double Queen Hotel – Deluxe King
Thursday Thursday Studio Parlor
5A. _______ 6A. _______ Suites 1 Bedroom 2 Bedroom 3 Bedroom
5B. _______ 6B. _______
Other requests or properties _________________________
4:30-5:30 5:45-6:45 ________________________________________________
7A. _______ 8A. _______
7B. _______ 8B. _______ B. Transportation:
REGISTRATION FEES – Make checks payable to UC Regents No transportation requested. (Estimated time of arrival at
our lodging is _________ p.m. Property will be advised)
Physicians $805 before September 1, 2001
$895 from September 2, 2001 Please call me with travel information. Our preferred
Interns, Residents, Midwives, Nurses departure airport is __________.
$605 before September 1, 2001
$675 from September 2, 2001 DEPOSIT CHECK FOR LODGING ($200/adult, NO CREDIT CARDS)
Please charge my credit card Enclosed is our CHECK payable to Universal Travel for
Visa MasterCard for $ ____________________
Name on Card (please print) Please charge air tickets, fees, and other authorized costs to
my credit card.
Card # Expiration Date ___________________________________________________
Card type (Visa, Amex, MasterCard, etc.)
Authorized Signature _________________________________|__________________
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Refund Policy: Cancellations received in writing before December 12,
2001 will be refunded, less a $100 administrative fee. No refunds will ___________________________________________________
be made on cancellations received after that date. Authorized Cardholder Signature