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The Medical Management of HIV/AIDS

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Department: Medicine
Course Number: MDM11K02
Start: Thursday, December 02, 2010
End: Saturday, December 04, 2010
Location: San Francisco, California
InterContinental Hotel San Francisco
Fees: Physician  - $745.00 
Nurse/Allied Health Professional  - $645.00 
Non-UCSF Resident/Fellow/Trainee  - $645.00 
UCSF Association of Clinical Faculty Vouchers are accepted for this course. For more information please call the Office of Continuing Medical Education at 415-476-4251. 
Credit: 20.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™

Overview:
The medical care of HIV/AIDS patients continues to become more complex. Optimum clinical care depends on understanding more sophisticated concepts of antiretroviral resistance and end organ complications. To keep pace, we invite you to join a distinguished faculty for a Comprehensive Update in HIV Management from December 2 - 4, 2010 in San Francisco, California.

This course provides the active clinician with a comprehensive review of the science and application of HIV therapy. Lectures are presented by a group of leading clinicians and researchers who are also dedicated to teaching in their area of expertise. Topics emphasized include antiretroviral initiation, regimen simplification, and antiretroviral treatment of highly experienced patients. The course devotes serious attention to end-organ complications of HIV/AIDS and its treatment with lectures on bone, renal, cardiovascular, psychiatric, as well as dermatological, and oral sequale. Both the pathogenesis and clinical management of inflammation and aging will be covered.

New topics for 2010 include a lecture and small group session on how to use Motivational Interviewing to encourage our patients to engage in healthy behaviors, an update on global AIDS, vaccine research, and an examination of the epidemic in the African-American community. We will also cover key dilemmas in men’s health, harm reduction, and bacterial infections that are common or complicated in HIV Medicine.

A spirited debate will address the treatment issues in Hepatitis C and HIV Co-infection.

Finally, a small group session on mindful approaches to clinician well-being will be offered this year. Small group sessions are designed for lunch on Thursday and in the afternoon Friday, allowing participants to select their own focus.

This symposium is presented by the Division of AIDS – Positive Health Program, San Francisco General Hospital, Department of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco, School of Medicine.

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Objectives:
An attendee completing this course should be able to:

  • Identify and incorporate the new recommendations for initiation of antiretrovirals;
  • Distinguish and exercise new recommendations for treatment of antiretroviral resistance and apply current treatment strategies for salvage therapy;
  • Describe the HIV epidemiology of HIV among African- Americans and apply strategies for prevention;
  • Interpret and administer the new recommendations for prevention of cardiovascular disease in HIV infected patients;
  • Understand and apply the new recommendations for diagnosis and treatment of STI's;
  • Apply in practice 2010 treatment guidelines and recommendations for the prevention of HIV perinatal transmission and management of HIV in women;
  • Define the management of HCV and HBV co-infection with HIV and apply in practice these recommendations;
  • Describe the epidemiology of global AIDS and the progress that has been made in treatment strategies;
  • Illustrate the new developments in HIV related dermatologic, renal, bone and psychiatric disease and integrate into practice these new developments.

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Accreditation:
The University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine (UCSF) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

UCSF designates this educational activity for a maximum of 20.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM.

Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

The American Medical Association has determined that physicians not licensed in the US who participate in this CME activity are eligible for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit.

This CME activity meets the requirements under California Assembly Bill 1195, continuing education and cultural and linguistic competency.

Family Physicians: Application for CME credit has been filed with the American Academy of Family Physicians. Determination of credit is pending.

Nurses: For the purpose of recertification, the American Nurses Credentialing Center accepts AMA PRA Category 1 Credit issued by organizations accredited by the ACCME.

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Course Outline:
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2010

7:00am Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:00 Introduction
Diane V. Havlir, MD and
Meg D. Newman, MD, FACP

8:10 Pressing On: An Update on Global AIDS
Diane V. Havlir, MD

8:40 An Update on HIV Vaccines
Susan Buchbinder, MD

9:10 Exploring the HIV Epidemic among African Americans
Malcolm John, MD

9:40 Coffee Break

PLENARY SESSION I: Case-based Update on Antiretroviral Moderators:
Therapy: Starting ART in the Real World
Diane V. Havlir, MD and
Meg D. Newman, MD, FACP

10:10 Initial ARV Therapy
George Beatty, MD

10:40 Therapy for Experienced Patients
Hiroyu Hatano, MD

11:10 Regimen Simplification
Monica Gandhi, MD, MPH

11:40 Questions and Challenges for Panel

12:10pm Morning Session Concludes – Pick Up Lunch

12:30 LUNCH WORKSHOPS

1. Interesting Cases from the PHP Clinic Daniel
Wlodarczyk, MD

2. Well Being-Tools for Thriving, A Mindful Approach
Meg D. Newman, MD, FACP

3. Reflections and Cases from the International Clinic
Royce Lin, MD

4. Sexually Transmitted Infections
Susan Philip, MD, MPH

PLENARY SESSION II: Approaching Patients with New Skills

1:30 Change your Job and Help Your Patients Find Their Motivation to Engage in Healthy Behaviors
Robert Rhode, PhD

2:30 Evidence-based Harm Reduction
Jacqueline Tulsky, MD

3:10 Coffee Break

3:40 Evolving Bugs: Staph and C. difficile
Lisa G. Winston, MD

4:10 Optimizing STD Management in HIV-Infected Individuals: What’s New in 2010
Gail Bolan, MD, MPH

5:00pm Adjourn

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2010


7:00am Continental Breakfast

PLENARY SESSION III: Hepatitis and HIV Co-infection

8:00 Debate: Management of HIV and HCV Co-infection
Moderator: D. Havlir, MD
Panel: Annie Luetkemeyer, MD; Gabriel Chamie, MD; Phyllis Tien, MD; Vivek Jain, MD

9:00 Update on Hepatitis B and HIV Co-infection
Marion G. Peters, MD

9:45 Coffee Break

PLENARY SESSION IV: Gender Specific Issues and HIV

10:15 Reproductive Issues and Women
Deborah Cohan, MD, MPH

10:55 Men’s Health
Richard Brooks, MD, MPH

11:35 Update on HIV and Oral Disease
Caroline Shiboski, DDS, PhD

12:10pm Morning Session Concludes – Lunch on Own

PLENARY SESSION V: PLENARY SESSION V: HIV: Reservoirs, Eradication and Clinical Sequalae

1:30 The Micro Level
Joseph Wong, MD

2:00 The Macro Level
Annie Luetkemeyer, MD

2:45 Coffee Break

3:15- 4:45 BREAKOUT SESSIONS

1. Advanced Motivation Interviewing
Robert Rhode, PhD

2. Advanced Cases: ART for Experienced Patients
Hiroyu Hatano, MD

3. Interesting Cases in HIV Medicine
Mark Jacobson, MD

4. Women and HIV
Monica Gandhi, MD, MPH

4:45pm Adjourn

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2010

7:00am Continental Breakfast

PLENARY SESSION VI: HIV and End Organ Complications

8:00 HIV and Renal Disease
Christina Wyatt, MD

8:40 HIV and Bone Disease
Dolores Shoback, MD

9:20 Update on Neurology and HIV
Richard W. Price, MD

10:00 Coffee Break

10:30 HIV and Psychiatry
Robert Daroff, MD

11:05 Questions to the Panel
Moderator: Meg D. Newman, MD, FACP

11:40 Morning Session Concludes – Lunch On Own

1:00pm Update in Anal Dysplasia
Joel Palefsky, MD, CM, FRCP(C)

2:20 What’s Up in HIV Dermatology
Toby A. Mauer, MD

3:00 Coffee Break

3:30 Antiretroviral Resistance Panel
Moderator: Harry Lampiris, MD
Panel: Steve O’Brien, MD;
Susa Coffey, MD;
Annie Luetkemeyer, MD;
George Beatty, MD

4:20 Closing Remarks
Diane V. Havlir, MD and
Meg D. Newman, MD, FACP

4:30pm Adjourn

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Chairs:
Diane V. Havlir, MD
Professor of Medicine, Chief, HIV/AIDS
Division; Director, Positive Health Program
San Francisco General Hospital

Meg D. Newman, MD, FACP
UCSF Senate Emeritus – Medicine,
Division of AIDS, San Francisco
General Hospital

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Faculty:
University of California, San Francisco
unless otherwise noted

George Beatty, MD, MPH
Assistant Professor of Medicine,
Positive Health Program, SFGH

Gail Bolan, MD
Chief, STD Control Branch,
California Department of Public
Health; Director, California STD/HIV
Prevention Training Center

Richard Brooks, MD, MPH
Assistant Clinical Professor of
Medicine

Susan Buchbinder, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine

Gabriel Chamie, MD
Clinical Fellow, Positive Health
Program, SFGH

Deborah Cohan, MD, MPH
Associate Professor, Department of
OB/Gyn and Reproductive Services;
Medical Director, Bay Area Perinatal
AIDS Center

Robert Daroff, MD
Professor of Psychiatry, Director HIV
Psychiatry Program, San Francisco
VA Medical Center

Steven Deeks, MD
Professor of Medicine, Positive
Health Program, SFGH

Monica Gandhi, MD, MPH
Assistant Professor of Medicine,
Divisions of HIV/AIDS and
Infectious Disease; Director,
AIDS Consult Service, SFGH

Hiroyu Hatano, MD
Assistant Professor, Positive Health
Program, SFGH

Priscilla Hsue, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine,
Division of Cardiology, SFGH

Vivek Jain, MD
Infectious Disease Fellow, UCSF
HIV/AIDS Division

Malcolm John, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine,
Division of Infectious Diseases

Harry Lampiris, MD
Professor of Medicine; Acting Chief,
Infectious Disease Section,
San Francisco VA Medical Center

Royce Lin, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine,
Positive Health Program, SFGH

Annie Luetkemeyer, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine,
Positive Health Program, SFGH
Ian R. McNicholl, PharmD, BCPS
(AQ-Infectious Diseases), AAHIVE
Associate Clinical Professor,
UC-San Francisco

Toby A. Maurer, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine;
Chief of Dermatology, SFGH

Steve O’Brien, MD
East Bay AIDS Center; President,
Alta Bates Medical Staff

Joel Palefsky, MD, CM, FRCP(C)
Professor of Medicine
Division of Infectious Diseases

Marion G. Peters, MD
Professor of Medicine; Chief of
Hepatology Research

Susan Philip, MD, MPH
Assistant Professor of Medicine,
Division of Infectious Diseases;
Medical Director, San Francisco
City Clinic, San Francisco
Department of Public Health

Robert Rhode, PhD
Clinical Assistant Professor
Department of Family and
Community Medicine and
Department of Psychiatry
AZ Health Sciences Center,
Tucson, AZ

Caroline Shibolski, DDS, PhD
Professor of Oral Medicine,
Department of Orofacial Sciences,
UCSF School of Dentistry

Dolores Shoback, MD
Professor of Medicine; Endocrine
Research Unit, San Francisco
VA Medical Center

Phyllis Tien, MD
Assistant Professor, Department of
Medicine, San Francisco VA
Medical Center

Jacqueline Tulsky, MD
Professor of Medicine, Positive
Health Program, SFGH

Lisa G. Winston, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine,
Division of Infectious Diseases; Vice
Chief, Medical Service and Hospital
Epidemiologist, SFGH

Daniel Wlodarczyk, MD
Professor of Medicine, SFGH

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Travel & Lodging:

InterContinental San Francisco
888 Howard Street
San Francisco, California 94103-3011
415 616-6500
Group Code: ADS

Reserve a room online here.

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Cancellation Policy:
Cancellations received in writing before the first day of the course will be refunded, less a $75 administrative fee. No refunds will be made on cancellations received after that date.

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