A M E R I C A N S O C I E T Y F O R M O H S S U R G E R Y16th AnnualC L I N I C A L S Y M P O S I U MDermatologic Surgery:ong>Focusong> on Skin CancerMay 26-29, 2011Hyatt Regency Grand CypressOrlando, FloridaPresident:Paul A. Storrs, M.D.Program Directors:Terrence A. Cronin, Jr., M.D.Alexander Miller, M.D.Edward H. Yob, D.O.Jointly sponsored by the American Society forMohs Surgery and Scott & White Healthcare
I M P O R T A N T M E E T I N G I N F O R M A T I O NProgram OverviewDermatologic Surgery: ong>Focusong> on Skin Cancer will highlight the latest advancesin the diagnosis and treatment of skin cancer, incorporating a varietyof important topics for dermatologic surgeons. Due to the high rate ofeffectiveness of Mohs surgery in treating certain skin cancers, specialemphasis will be placed on this technique and the reconstruction of Mohssurgical defects. Microscope laboratory sessions will feature challengingMohs cases as well as dermatopathologist-furnished “unknown” cases, withinterpretative assistance available by experienced lab faculty.Program GoalsThis educational activity is designed to present practical approachesand methodologies in the treatment of skin cancer. The overall objectiveis for participants to be able to incorporate research findings and newsurgical/reconstructive techniques into their dermatologic surgery practicesfor improved patient outcomes.Educational ObjectivesFollowing participation in this activity, physician attendees should be able to:■ Recognize and diagnose skin cancer with greater precision■ Broaden their expertise in the medical and surgical treatment of skin cancer■ Surgically remove skin cancer using Mohs micrographic surgery withgreater precision■ Perform closure techniques appropriate to a wide range of defectsresulting from skin cancer surgeryIntended AudienceThis activity is primarily intended for practicing dermatologic surgeons,Mohs surgeons, and dermatologists in training. Physician Assistants, medicalassistants, nurses and Mohs technicians who assist in the team management ofskin cancer cases may also benefit from these discussions addressing manyaspects of high-quality patient care.Accreditation StatementThis activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with theEssential Areas and policies of the Accreditation Council for ContinuingMedical Education through the joint sponsorship of Scott & White and theAmerican Society for Mohs Surgery (ASMS). Scott & White is accredited by theACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.Credit Designation StatementScott & White designates this live activity for a maximum of 27 AMA PRACategory 1 Credit. Physicians should claim only credit commensurate withthe extent of their participation in the activity.Faculty/Board DisclosureAs a sponsor accredited by the ACCME, it is the policy of Scott & White Clinicto require the disclosure of anyone in a position to control the content of aneducational activity. All relevant financial relationships with any commercialinterests and/or manufacturers must be disclosed to participants at thebeginning of the activity.
PH Y S I C I A N P R O G R A MThursday, May 264:00 – 8:00 p.m. Registration(Elective Microscope Laboratory Session 1)Friday, May 276:15 a.m. Registration & Breakfast – Visit Exhibits7:15 a.m. Welcome Address – Paul A. Storrs, M.D., President7:20 a.m. Daily Announcements – Edward H. Yob, D.O.; Alexander Miller, M.D.7:30 a.m. Great Cases from Scott & White – David F. Butler, M.D.8:15 a.m. Ear Reconstruction – Robert J. Loewinger, M.D.9:00 a.m. Lessons from Peer Review – Sharon F. Tiefenbrunn, M.D.9:30 a.m. Histopathology of Unusual Skin Cancers – George W. Elgart, M.D.10:15 a.m. Morning Refreshment Break – Visit Exhibits10:45 a.m. Reconstruction Forum I – Terrence A. Cronin, Jr., M.D. (Moderator);Roger I. Ceilley, M.D.; Kenneth G. Gross, M.D.; Robert J. Loewinger, M.D.;Edward H. Yob, D.O.12:30 p.m. Lunch on Your Own1:45 p.m. The Future of Mohs Surgery & Appropriateness Criteria – Brett M. Coldiron, M.D.2:30 p.m. AAD Update – AAD Representative3:00 p.m. ASMS Business Meeting – Paul A. Storrs, M.D. & Board of Directors3:45 p.m. Friday Session Ends(Elective Microscope Laboratory Session II – 2:30 - 5:00 p.m.)7:00 p.m. Welcome Reception – Families Invited
Saturday, May 286:30 a.m. Breakfast – Visit Exhibits7:25 a.m. Daily Announcements – Edward H. Yob, D.O.; Terrence A. Cronin, Jr., M.D.7:30 a.m. Derm Surgery Mishaps; Patient Satisfaction – Howard K. Steinman, M.D.8:15 a.m. Nanotechnology: Mohs’ Little Helper – Adnan Nasir, M.D.9:00 a.m. The Difficult Patient: Management Conundrums –Clifford Warren Lober, M.D., J.D.9:45 a.m. Photodynamic Therapy for Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer – Roger I. Ceilley, M.D.10:15 a.m. Morning Refreshment Break10:45 a.m. Updates in Melanoma Therapies – Mary H. Lien, M.D.11:30 a.m. What’s New in the Dermatology Literature? – Carlos A. Garcia, M.D.12:15 a.m. Member Forum Presentations – Alexander Miller, M.D. (Moderator)1:30 p.m. Saturday Session Ends(Elective Microscope Laboratory Session III – 1:30 - 5:00 p.m.)Sunday, May 296:30 a.m. Breakfast – Visit Exhibits7:25 a.m. Daily Announcements – Alexander Miller, M.D.; Terrence A. Cronin, Jr., M.D.7:30 a.m. The Surgical Approach to Soft Tissue Tumors – Merrick I. Ross, M.D.8:15 a.m. Great Cases from Loma Linda – Abel N. Torres, M.D., J.D.9:00 a.m. Update: Antibiotic Use in Dermatologic Surgery – Stephen A. Spencer, M.D.9:30 a.m. Therapeutic Developments in Melanoma: 2011 Update –Jeffrey S. Weber, M.D., Ph.D.10:15 a.m. Morning Refreshment Break10:45 a.m. Melanoma Panel – Edward H. Yob, D.O. (Moderator); Mary H. Lien, M.D.;Merrick I. Ross, M.D.; Jeffrey S. Weber, M.D., Ph.D.12:00 p.m. Reconstruction Forum II – Terrence A. Cronin Jr., M.D. (Moderator);Terrence A. Cronin, Sr., M.D., Carlos A. Garcia, M.D.; Alexander Miller, M.D.;Abel N. Torres, M.D., J.D.1:45 p.m. Sunday Session Ends – Conclusion of Program
FacultyDavid F. Butler, M.D.John B. Campbell, M.D.Roger I. Ceilley, M.D.Brett M. Coldiron, M.D.Terrence A. Cronin, Jr., M.D.Terrence A. Cronin, Sr., M.D.George W. Elgart, M.D.Carlos A. Garcia, M.D.Kenneth G. Gross, M.D.Mary H. Lien, M.D.Clifford Warren Lober, M.D., J.D.Robert J. Loewinger, M.D.Alexander Miller, M.D.Adnan Nasir, M.D.Lee A. Portnoff, M.D.Merrick I. Ross, M.D.Stephen A. Spencer, M.D.Howard K. Steinman, M.D.Paul A. Storrs, M.D.Sharon F. Tiefenbrunn, M.D.Abel N. Torres, M.D., J.D.Jeffrey S. Weber, M.D., Ph.D.Edward H. Yob, D.O.
American Society for Mohs SurgeryDermatologic Surgery: ong>Focusong> on Skin CancerMay 26-29, 2011Hyatt Regency Grand CypressOne Grand Cypress BoulevardOrlando, FL 32836Toll-Free Reservations 1-800-233-1234Group Rate: $165 (Hotel Service Fee Waived)The above rate applies to single, double, or triple occupancy. Inquire at time ofreservation if interested in reserving Quadruple or Regency Club rooms, or One-Bedroom Executive, VIP or Hospitality Suites (based upon availability). Also applicableare state and local taxes (currently 12.5%) in effect at time of meeting. (Group rateswill be available three days pre- and post-official meeting dates, based on roomavailability.)Resort Amenities and Local Attractions■ Recently named one of the top resorts by the readers of Condé Nast Travelermagazine■ The 2010 “Best in the World” Readers’ Choice Awards ranked the resort as one ofthe Top 100 U.S. Resorts in the magazine’s November issue■ Recent $45 million renovation with modern restyling of all guest rooms and suites,featuring high-speed internet, iPod docks and flat-panel TVs■ Tropical paradise resort atmosphere features spectacular recreational pools withgrottoes, tumbling waterfalls and waterslides■ Stunning 21-acre white sand Lake Windsong with paddleboating, sailing, kayakingand canoeing■ 45 holes of Jack Nicklaus Signature Designed championship golf■ Full concierge, fitness, salon and shuttle services■ Camp Hyatt program for children■ Variety of Performing Arts events in the Bob Carr Centre (downtown Orlando),including ballet, opera and philharmonic orchestra, Broadway Across America■ Conveniently located near Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom Park, Epcot ® ,Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom and Water Parks, and La Nouba – Cirque duSoleil, a permanent theatre circus performance in Downtown Disney■ Additional area attractions include Central Florida Botanical Gardens, ForeverFlorida, Gatorland, Harry P. Leu Gardens, SkyVenture, SeaWorld, Prime OutletsInternational, Segway Tours Orlando and many other family-oriented activities■ Diverse casual and gourmet dining experiences■ Specialty shopping venues appealing to every taste and interest
American Society for Mohs SurgeryDermatologic Surgery: ong>Focusong> on Skin CancerMay 26-29, 2011Special NeedsWe encourage participation by all individuals. If you have dietary restrictions or other specialneeds, please contact Novella Rodgers at 800-616-ASMS (2767) or email@example.com.Please Note: This year’s meeting will feature ONE general session for combinedphysicians and Mohs-related non-physician support personnel. AMA PRACategory 1 credit will apply to physicians only.Registration Fees:PhysiciansASMS Members $550Non-Member $750(Registration fee waived for current dermatology Residents, with letter from Program Director)Mohs Technician - Related ProfessionalsASMS Member or Employed by Member Physician $250Non-Member or Employed by Non-Member Physician $450Please type or print legiblyName(s)(Exactly as you wish to appear on registration materials and name badges)Practice NamePractice AddressCityStateZipCountryPhoneFaxCell PhoneEmailPayment:Check Enclosed (U.S. Funds, Payable to ASMS) TotalVISA/MasterCard/Discover/American Express TotalCredit Card#Expiration Date3 or 4 Digit Verification CodeName on CardMail or fax form with check or credit card information to:American Society for Mohs Surgery Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgAttn: Novella Rodgers, Executive Director Phone: 1-800-616-ASMS (2767)5901 Warner Avenue, Private Mail Box 391 Fax: 714-379-6272Huntington Beach, CA 92649-4659Online Registration: www.mohssurgery.org
American Society for Mohs Surgery5901 Warner Avenue, Private Mail Box 391Huntington Beach, CA 92649-4659