Applying Practical Advice for Patient Care

WAKEMED HEART CENTER PRESENTS
Cardiovascular Care Symposium
Applying
Practical
Advice for
Patient Care
PROBLEM SOLVING TOGETHER
HEART FAILURE, ATRIAL
FIBRILLATION & VALVES
NOVEMBER 8, 2014
RALEIGH, NC
Heart Center
IN COLLABORATION WITH THE UNC ESHELMAN SCHOOL OF PHARMACY
Cardiovascular
Care Symposium
NOVEMBER 8, 2014
7:15 am to 2:45 pm
William F. Andrews Conference Center at WakeMed
Raleigh, NC
Target Audience
Internal and Family Medicine physicians and extenders, nurses,
cardiologists, cardiac surgeons, pharmacists and other healthcare
professionals
Course Description
This program is designed to engage participants in an interactive and
comprehensive discussion of managing a patient with dyspnea. The faculty
will present case-based scenarios of patients’ journeys from the primary
care visit to the subspecialties. The program offers innovative and emerging
therapies and multidisciplinary approaches in the management of atrial
fibrillation including treatment options, stroke prevention and complex
ablations; new valve therapies, challenges and limitations; high level and
clinically relevant update in diagnosis, prevention and evidence-based
management of heart failure to improve patient’s quality of life and reduce
readmissions.
Learning Objectives
At the conclusion of this knowledge-based activity, participants should be
able to:
• Discuss scientific advances in the diagnosis and management of atrial
fibrillation.
• Utilize the appropriate treatment options to improve patient outcomes.
• Identify evolving pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic therapies and
technologies to manage atrial fibrillation and AF-related stroke.
• Recognize optimal guideline based therapies for the management of
heart failure to improve transition of care and patient outcomes.
• Identify a team-based strategy (including the family) for effective patient
self-management.
• Discuss latest innovation in transcatheter therapy for aortic valve
disease.
• Demonstrate the value of a collaborative, multidisciplinary approach to
management of aortic disease.
• Discuss advanced imaging techniques in assessing aortic valve disease.
Agenda
Credit is awarded based on time in active learning (does not include breaks, introduction,
welcome/closing comments).
7:15 am
Registration and Continental Breakfast
7:55
Welcome and Introduction
8:00
PATIENT CASE 1
Patient Experiencing Dyspnea with Atrial Fibrillation
Moderators: Ioanna Giatis-Kessler, MD and George Hamrick, MD
Panelists: Patrick Hranitzky, MD; Pavlo Netrebko, MD; Bryon Boulton, MD;
Marc Silver, MD; Andrew Lutz, MD; Jenna Huggins, PharmD
9:30
Break
9:45
PATIENT CASE 2
Patient Experiencing Dyspnea with Heart Failure
Moderators: Ioanna Giatis-Kessler, MD and Audrey Kleet, ACNP-BC
Panelists: Frank Smart, MD; George Hamrick, MD; Prabhakar Vaidya, MD;
Chris McGuire, PharmD; Wendy Anderson, RN; Jane Owen, ANP
11:15 pm
Lunch
12:15 – 1:00
KEYNOTE – Frank Smart, MD
Innovative Patient Care: Communicating, Collaborating and Engaging
1:00 – 2:30
PATIENT CASE 3
Patient Experiencing Dyspnea with Aortic Stenosis
Moderators: Ioanna Giatis-Kessler, MD and Walter Tan, MD
Panelists: Bryon Boulton, MD; Brian Go, MD; Abdul Chaudhry, MD; Rans Douglas,
MD; Senthil Sundaram, MD; Atif Raja, MD; Tanya Smallwood, ANP-C; Marian Uy, RN
2:30 – 2:45 pm Conference Summary
Faculty
Wendy Anderson, RN, CHFN – WakeMed Heart
Failure Program
Bryon Boulton, MD – WakeMed Physician
Practices – Carolina Cardiovascular Surgical
Associates
Abdul Chaudhry, MD – Capital Cardiovascular
Surgery
M. Rans Douglas, MD – Wake Radiology
Ioanna Giatis-Kessler, MD – WakeMed
Physician Practices – Fuquay-Varina Primary
Care
Brian Go, MD – WakeMed Physician Practices
– Raleigh Cardiology
George Hamrick, MD – WakeMed Physician
Practices – Carolina Cardiology
Patrick M. Hranitzky, MD – Texas Cardiac
Arrhythmia
Jenna Huggins, PharmD – WakeMed Health &
Hospitals
Audrey Kleet, ACNP-BC – New York University
Andrew Lutz, MD – American Anesthesiology
of NC
Frank Manole, DNP – WakeMed Health &
Hospitals
Chris McGuire, PharmD – WakeMed Health &
Hospitals
Pavlo I Netrebko, MD, FACC – WakeMed
Physician Practices – Cary Cardiology
Jane Owen, ANP – Wake County Transitions
LifeCare
Atif Raja, MD – American Anesthesiology of
NC
Marc T. Silver, MD – WakeMed Physician
Practices – Raleigh Cardiology
Tanya Smallwood, ANP-C – WakeMed
Structural Heart Program
Frank Smart, MD – Louisiana State University
Health New Orleans
Senthil Sundaram, MD, MPH – WakeMed
Physician Practices – Raleigh Cardiology
Walter Tan, MD, MS FACC – WakeMed
Physician Practices – Cardiovascular
Structural Heart & Advanced Devices Program
Marian Uy, RN – WakeMed Structural
Heart/Heart Failure Program
Prabhakar Vaidya, MD – Capital Nephrology
Continuing Medical Education Credit
Wake AHEC designates this live activity for a maximum of 5.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.
Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in
the activity.
Accreditation Statement: The Wake Area Health Education Center is accredited by the North Carolina
Medical Society to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Disclosure: WAKE AHEC adheres to ACCME Essential Areas and policies regarding industry support of
continuing medical education. Commercial support for the program and faculty relationships within the
industry will be disclosed at the activity. Speakers will also state when off-label or experimental drugs
or devices are incorporated in their presentations.
Credit
Wake AHEC CEU: Wake AHEC will provide .5 CEU to participants upon completion of this activity.
No partial CEU will be given.
Wake AHEC Contact Hours: Wake AHEC will provide up to 5.25 contact hours to participants.
Pharmacy 5.5 contact hours, ACPE #0046-9999-14-191-L01-P
The University of North Carolina Eshelman School of Pharmacy is accredited by the Accreditation
Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. Upon fulfillment of
the participation requirements, verification of credit will be maintained with the UNC Eshelman School
of Pharmacy and a record of successful completion of this activity will be submitted to ACPE/NABP’s
CPE Monitor. Only learners who provide valid NABP e-Profile ID numbers and PIN numbers (month and
day of birth) in their registration information will be submitted to ACPE/NABP’s CPE Monitor for official
record of credit. Pharmacy learners who do not provide this information will not be eligible to receive
credit.
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Debbi Hillman, MSEd, RHEd
919-350-0453 or [email protected]
CME and Pharmacy Continuing Education
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Registration Fee
$104; after October 24, 2014 - $124
WakeMed employees $89; after October 24, 2014 - $99
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encouraged.
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Cardiovascular Care Symposium
Applying Practical Advice for Patient Care
PROBLEM SOLVING TOGETHER HEART FAILURE, ATRIAL FIBRILLATION & VALVES
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