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Emerging Infections in Clinical Practice and Public Health Emerging ...

15th Annual CME Conference

Emerging Infections

in Clinical Practice

and Public Health

Emerging and

Re-Emerging Infections:

What’s Happening?

Friday, November 20, 2009

Radisson University Hotel

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Presented by:

Division of Infectious Diseases, Departments of Medicine and Pediatrics

Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy

University of Minnesota Medical School

Minnesota Department of Health

Mayo Clinic Division of Infectious Diseases

&

Mayo School of Continuing Medical Education

www.cmecourses.umn.edu


Emerging Infections in Clinical

Practice and Public Health

Emerging and re-emerging infections continue to challenge clinicians, infection

control practitioners and public health officials alike. This continuing education

conference, which is now in its 15th year, provides a forum for authoritative

presentations and discussion of current approaches to many of these challenges.

AUDIENCE

This conference would be ideal for primary care physicians, as well as

practitioners of infectious diseases, infection control, public health, clinical

microbiology, pharmacy and other health care professionals to help

understand the trends of disease occurrence.

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

Following this conference, participants should be able to:

• Recognize the possibility of resurgance of vaccine preventable infections

• Define the novel H1N1 influenza and apply that knowledge in practice

• Identify emerging or re-emerging infections in Minnesota

• Discuss the problem of increasing antibiotic resistant bacteria

• Perform antimicrobial sterwardship appropriately in the inpatient

and outpatient setting

ACCREDITATION

American Medical Association / PRA

The University of Minnesota is accredited by the Accreditation Council for

Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical

education for physicians.

The University of Minnesota designates this educational activity for a maximum

of 7.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits. Physicians should only claim credit

commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Nurse Practitioners, Nurses, and Other Health Care Professionals

Nurse practitioners, nurses, and other health care professionals who participate

in this CME activity may submit their Statements of Attendance to their

appropriate accrediting organizations or state boards for consideration of

credit. The participant is responsible for determining whether this activity

meets the requirements for acceptable continuing education.

American Academy of Physician Assistants

AAPA accepts AMA Category 1 CME credit for the PRA from organizations

accredited by ACCME.

CONFERENCE LOCATION

Radisson University Hotel - Minneapolis

University of Minnesota East Bank Campus

615 Washington Avenue SE

Minneapolis, MN 55414

Telephone: 612-379-8888 or 1-800-822-6757

Web site: www.radisson.com/univ_minneapolis

All meeting space is on the second floor of the hotel.


DISCLOSURE POLICY

It is the policy of the University of Minnesota Office of Continuing Medical

Education to ensure balance, independence, objectivity and scientific rigor

in all of its sponsored educational activities. All participating speakers,

course directors, and planning committee members are required to disclose

to the program audience any financial relationships related to the subject

matter of this program. Relationships of a spouse/partner with proprietary

entities producing health care goods or services should be disclosed if they

are of a nature that may influence the objectivity of the individual in a position

to control the content of the CME activity. Disclosure information is

reviewed in advance in order to manage and resolve any possible conflicts

of interest. Specific disclosure information for each speaker, course director,

and planning committee member will be shared with the audience prior to

the speaker’s presentation.

REGISTRATION FEES AND

EARLY REGISTRATION DISCOUNT

Register by OCTOBER 23, 2009 to take advantage of our Early Registration

Discount! See the registration form in this brochure for more information. The fees

listed on the registration form include conference materials, continental breakfast,

lunch, and refreshment breaks. Dietary restrictions should be indicated in advance;

requests cannot always be honored on site. Parking fees are not included.

A letter of confirmation, driving directions and parking information will be e-

mailed to you once we receive your completed registration form. These fees are

subject to change without prior notice.

CANCELLATION POLICY

In the event you need to cancel your registration, the registration fee, less a

$50 administrative fee, will be refunded if you notify us by 4:30 p.m. Central

Time on NOVEMBER 6, 2009. No refunds will be made after this date.

TO REGISTER

You may choose ONE of the following methods to register for this conference:

ONLINE:

Go to www.cmecourses.umn.edu

CALL: (612) 626-7600 or (800) 776-8636

FAX: (612) 626-7766

MAIL: Emerging Infections 2009,

Office of Continuing Medical Education,

University of Minnesota, University Park Plaza, Suite 601,

2829 University Avenue SE, Minneapolis, MN 55414

If you have any questions, please contact our office at the number above, or

e-mail us at cme@umn.edu.

OUR WEB SITE: WWW.CME.UMN.EDU

Visit our Web site to access conference brochures, view our complete course

calendar, or register online. Check back often; we regularly update our

course information.


Y A G E N D A

1:50 Treatment of Skin and Soft Tissue Infections in a

Resistant World

Larry Baddour

2:20 Panel Discussion

2:40 Break

Session IV

Emerging Infections from Abroad

3:00 Cases from the Travel Desk

Abinash Virk

3:20 Emerging Infections from Abroad: Cases from

the Newly Arrived to Minnesota

Stephen Swanson

3:40 Panel Discussion

Session V

Emerging Infections in Minnesota

4:00 Case Presentations

Moderator: Phil Peterson

Panelists: David Williams, Kiran Belani, Abinash Virk,

Mark Schleiss, Greg Filice

4:50 Q & A

5:00 Adjourn

Curriculum and faculty are subject to change.

The University of Minnesota is committed to the policy that all persons shall have equal

access to its programs, facilities, and employment without regard to race, color, creed,

religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, disability, public assistance status,

veteran status, or sexual orientation.

Disability/Dietary accommodations will be provided upon request. Dietary restrictions

should be indicated in advance; requests cannot always be honored on site. This

publication/material can be made available in alternative formats upon request.

Direct requests to the Office of Continuing Medical Education at 612-626-7600 or

toll-free at 800-776-8636.

Printed on recycled and recyclable paper with at least 10 percent post consumer material.

©2009 Regents of the University of Minnesota. All rights reserved.


Friday, November 20, 2009

P R E L I M I N A R

7:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast

7:50 Welcome and Introductions

Session I

Infections in Our Children

8:00 Unvaccinated Children and Emerging Diseases

Jane Seward

8:30 Perinatal Infections

Mark Schleiss

9:00 Tuberculosis in Children –

Screening, Prevention and Treatment

Stacene Maroushek

9:30 Panel Discussion

9:45 Break

Session II

Newly Emerging Infections in Our Communities

10:00 Novel H1N1 Virus – the Broad Perspective

Lyn Finelli

10:30 Novel H1N1 Virus - A View from the Trenches

Ruth Lynfield

11:00 Hot Topics from the Minnesota Department of Health

Richard Danila

11:30 Panel Discussion

11:50 Lunch Break

Session III

Emerging Antimicrobial Resistance

12:50 Inappropriate Antibiotic Use in the Outpatient Setting

David Williams

1:20 Antimicrobial Stewardship in the Acute Care Setting

John Wilson


FACULTY AND PLANNING COMMITTEE

*LARRY M BADDOUR, MD

Professor of Medicine, Division of

Infectious Diseases, Mayo Clinic;

Rochester, MN

KIRAN BELANI, MD

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Pediatrics,

Park Nicollet; Minneapolis, MN

*BONNIE J BOUCHER, CMP

Senior Program Manager, Continuing

Medical Education, University of

Minnesota; Minneapolis, MN

RICHARD N DANILA, PhD, MPH

Section Chief and State Epidemiologist,

Acute Disease Investigation and Control,

Minnesota Department of Health;

St. Paul, MN

GREG FILICE, MD

Professor of Medicine, Chief of Infectious

Disease Section, Department of Infectious

Diseases and International Medicine, VA

Medical Center; Minneapolis, MN

LYN FINELLI, DrPH, MS

Lead for H1N1 Epidemiology and

Surveillance Response, Lead for Influenza

Surveillance and Outbreak Response

Team, Epidemiology and Prevention

Branch, Influenza Division, Center for

Disease Control; Atlanta, GA

*SUSAN KLINE, MD, MPH

Assistant Professor of Medicine, Division

of Infectious Diseases and International

Medicine, University of Minnesota;

Medical Director, Infection Control,

University of Minnesota-Fairview;

Minneapolis, MN

*RUTH LYNFIELD, MD

Medical Director and State

Epidemiologist, Infectious Disease

Epidemiology, Prevention and Control,

Minnesota Department of Health;

St. Paul, MN

STACENE MAROUSHEK, MD, PhD, MPH

Assistant Professor, Division of General

Pediatrics and Infectious Diseases,

Department of Pediatrics, Hennepin

County Medical Center and University

of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN

PHILLIP K PETERSON, MD

Professor and Director, Division of

Infectious Diseases and International

Medicine, University of Minnesota;

Minneapolis, MN

*MARK R SCHLEISS, MD

Professor and Division Director,

Department of Pediatric Infectious

Diseases, University of Minnesota;

Minneapolis, MN

JANE SEWARD, MBBS, MPH

Acting Deputy Director, National Center

for Immunizations and Respiratory

Diseases, Center for Disease Control;

Atlanta, GA

*JAMES M STECKELBERG, MD

Professor of Medicine, Chair, Division

of Infectious Diseases, Mayo Clinic,

Rochester, MN

STEPHEN SWANSON, MD

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics,

Department of Pediatrics, Hennepin

County Medical Center;

Minneapolis, MN

ABINASH VIRK, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine, Division

of Infectious Diseases, Mayo Clinic;

Rochester, MN

*DAVID N WILLIAMS, MBChB, FRCP

Professor and Assistant Chief of Medicine,

Department of Medicine, Hennepin

County Medical Center; Minneapolis, MN

JOHN WILSON, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine,

Department of Infectious Diseases, Mayo

Clinic; Rochester, MN

*denotes members of the planning committee

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