PRESENTED BY: Children’s Hospital of Michigan Division of Emergency Medicine
- Implement better management of infants and children who present to the Emergency Department (ED) or urgent care setting with child abuse presentations with special emphasis on the social and legal aspects of their care and their emergency department disposition.
- Describe management of infants and children who present to the ED or urgent care setting with child abuse presentations with emphasis on preparation for possible future court testimony.
- Discuss of the adolescent who presents to the ED and legal aspects of their care.
- Explain of transport challenges in children and legal ramifications.
COURSE DIRECTOR: Earl R. Hartwig, MD, Director Pediatric Emergency Education, Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine, Children's Hospital of Michigan, Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit
Amy Delaroche, MD, Assistant Director, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship Program, Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine, Children's Hospital of Michigan, Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit
Social and Legal Aspects of Child Abuse in the ED
Preparation for Testifying in Child Abuse
Stephanie Do, DO, Co-Director Pediatric Emergency Education, Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine, Children's Hospital of Michigan, Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit
Questions in Pediatric Transport
Katherine Hebert, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine, Children's Hospital of Michigan, Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit
Adolescent Concerns in the ED
PRESENTED BY: Henry Ford Hospital, Infectious Disease Division
- Identify specific risks for opportunistic infections in non-HIV immunocompromised hosts, including Tumor Necrosis Factor [TNF] inhibitors, steroids and monoclonal antibodies.
- Counsel patients on the meaning of asymptomatic bacteriuria and judicious utilization of antibiotics in this setting.
- Understand the role of Fecal Microbiota Transplantation and identify patients that could benefit from this therapy.
- Identify patients at risk for or after developing diabetic foot infections that can benefit from early interventions for limb salvage.
- Apply new diagnostic tests in management of common infectious disease conditions.
- Recognize new antimicrobials and application in clinical practice.
COURSE DIRECTOR: Odaliz Abreu Lanfranco, MD, Infectious Disease Fellowship Program Director, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit
Marcus Zervos, MD, Infectious Disease Division Head, Henry Ford Hospital; and Professor of Medicine, Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit
New Antimicrobials: When and How to Use Them
Anne Chen, MD, Service Chief, Infectious Disease, Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital; and Clinical Associate Professor, Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit
Out on a Limb: Diabetic Foot Infection
George Alangaden, MD, Director, Infection Prevention, Henry Ford Hospital; and Professor of Medicine, Wayne State University School of Medical, Detroit
When the Cat’s Away: Infections in non-HIV Immunocompromised Patients
John McKinnon, MD, Senior Staff Physician, Henry Ford Hospital; and Clinical Associate Professor, Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit
What is Hot in Infectious Diseases?
Mayur Ramesh, MD, Senior Staff Physician, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit
Fecal Microbiota Transplant FMT: The Good, the Smelly and the Ugly
Pallavi Bhargaba, MD, Senior Staff Physician, Henry Ford Hospital
Asymptomatic Bacteriuria and Recurrent Urinary Tract Infection
PRESENTED BY: University of Michigan School of Medicine, Division of Nephrology
- List appropriate indications for nephrology referral.
- Describe initial workup and management of common renal disorders that can be accomplished prior to referral.
- Relay evidence-based guidelines for management of chronic kidney disease.
- Incorporate these guidelines to provide high quality care for patients with chronic kidney disease independently or as a part of a co-management strategy with nephrology.
- Increase vein preservation in patients likely to progress to end stage kidney disease.
- Explain evidence-based guidelines for management of hypertension.
- Discuss how to provide initial and subsequent management for renal patients and those with 'difficult to control' hypertension.
- Discuss how to initiate workup for secondary hypertension.
- Explain the selection criteria for renal transplantation increasing early and appropriate referrals and decrease unnecessary referrals to transplant nephrology.
- Identify and treat common complications of transplant including, but not limited to, opportunistic infections, malignancies, and drug side effects.
COURSE DIRECTOR: Matthew McGuire, MD, Clinical Instructor, University of Michigan School of Medicine, Ann Arbor
Nidhi Sukul, MD, Lecturer, University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor
General Nephrology Pearls for the Primary Care Physician
Management of Progressive Chronic Kidney Disease: Decreasing GFR, Increasing Attention
Susan Steigerwalt, MD, Associate Professor, University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor
Difficult to Control Hypertension: How to Treat, What Tests to Get, When to Refer
Milagros Samaniego-Picota, MD, Professor, University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor
Renal Transplant for the Primary Care Physician
PRESENTED BY: Henry Ford Hospital Health System
- Describe a relevant history and targeted exam of the patient with symptoms attributed to CNS vs. PNS pathology.
- Identify the most cost effective laboratory and high yield diagnostic tests to determine a potential neurologic cause of weakness or paresthesia.
- Recognize the signs and symptoms which indicate an urgent neurologic or neurosurgical referral.
- Identify the features of essential tremor vs Parkinson’s Disease and basic treatment strategies.
- Approach to diagnosing Huntington disease and other neurogenetic syndromes.
- Explain which common movement disorders can be handled in the office and when to refer.
- Distinguish clinically Alzheimer’s Disease from Lewy Body Disease and Vascular Dementia.
- Report underlying pathology in Alzheimer’s disease, Lewy Body Disease and Vascular Dementia.
- Discuss how to treat these diseases using appropriate medications or other evidence-based interventions.
- Recognize the diversity of paroxysmal spells and how the location of presentation may guide the differential diagnosis.
- Discuss the evaluation for spells and possible seizures.
- Distinguish epilepsy/seizures from other types of spells and plan a rational evaluation.
- Identify when to begin seizure medications for new onset epilepsy.
COURSE DIRECTOR: Daniel S. Newman, MD, Director, Hoenselaar ALS Clinic, Senior Staff Neurologist, Henry Ford Health System, Detroit
Neepa Patel, MD, Neurologist, Division of Movement Disorders, Henry Ford Health System, West Bloomfield
Patients that Shake, Rattle and Roll: When to Refer to Neurology
Marina Novikova, DO, Behavioral Neurologist, Henry Ford Health System, West Bloomfield
"Which Witch is Which? How to Distinguish Alzheimer's from Lewy Body Dementia or Vascular Dementia
Kara Steijlen, MD, Neurologist, Division of Neuromuscular Disease, Henry Ford Health System, Detroit
Weakness and Tingling: 101
Andrew Zillgitt, DO, Neurologist, Division of Epilepsy, Henry Ford Health System
What Was That? The Who, What, When, and Why of Spells
PRESENTED BY: Michigan Vascular Surgical Society
- Explain the scope of thoracic aortic pathology, possible etiologies, prevention and current management.
- Identify treatment algorithms that now exist with the advancement of medical and surgical techniques.
- Describe when a patient might require special consultation.
- Report the limit of therapy in both acute and chronic conditions.
COURSE DIRECTOR: William Oppat, MD, President, Michigan Vascular Surgical Society; Clinical Professor and Program Director, DMC/WSU Vascular Surgery Fellowship Program, Harper University Hospital; and Vascular and General Surgeon, Providence Hospital, Southfield
David Adamolekun, DO, Staff Physician, Detroit Medical Center
Medical Management of Uncomplicated Type B Aortic Dissections
Syed Alam, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor, Western Michigan University School of Medicine; and Vascular Surgery, Surgery Bronson Healthcare and St. Mary Health Kalamazoo
Management of Complicated Type B Aortic Dissections with Acute, Sub-acute and Chronic presentations
Luc Dubois, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery and Department of Epidemiology & Biostatistics, Western University; and Vascular Surgeon, Victoria Hospital, London, Ontario
Novel Approaches for Management of Complex Thoracic Aortic Pathology
Eanas Yassa, MD, Assistant Professor of Surgery, Division of Vascular Surgery, Michigan State University College of Human Medicine; and Vascular Surgeon, Spectrum Health, Grand Rapids
Advances in the Management of Traumatic Injuries of the Thoracic Aorta
PRESENTED BY: Michigan Department of Health and Human Services
- Outline the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services guidelines for perinatal testing and the rationale of the guidelines, including the importance of testing throughout pregnancy.
- Describe the physical and emotional impact of children and adolescents living with HIV.
- Explain the differences in the care of HIV at different stages in the lifespan.
- Present the scientific evidence to support the use of PEP and PrEP as effective HIV prevention measures and how to incorporate PEP and PrEP into their practice.
COURSE DIRECTOR: Rebecca McKie, HIV Care Training Consultant, Organization: Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, Lansing
Indira Brar, MD, Senior Staff Henry Ford Hospital, Department of Infectious Diseases, Detroit
Paul Benson DO, AAHIVS, Primary Care/Be Well Medical Center, Berkley
Truvada for PrEP: A Pharmacological Option for Prevention of HIV 1 Infectionin Combination with Safer Sex Practices
Rosemary Olivero, MD, Section Chief of Pediatric Infectious Diseases, Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital of Spectrum Health; and Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, Michigan State College of Human Medicine, Grand Rapids
Preventing Perinatal HIV Infections – Getting to ZERO
PRESENTED BY: Current Practices in Colon and Rectal Surgery
- Apply current management strategies for benign anorectal diseases such as hemorrhoids, fissures, anal fistula, and pilonidal disease.
- Discuss guidelines for colorectal cancer screening and learn about emerging and new modalities for colon and rectal cancer screening.
- Identify the appropriate patients who need escalation of treatment and a referral to colorectal surgeon.
- Execute evaluation and treatment of colon and rectal cancer patients.
COURSE DIRECTOR: Surya P. M. Nalamati, MD, Senior Staff Surgeon, Henry Ford Health System, Detroit
Update on Common Anorectal Problems
Sarah Hans MD, Colon Rectal Specialists, Rochester
Diverticular Disease: Current Treatment Strategies
Kenneth Bark, MD, Assistant Professor of Surgery, Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine and Colon Rectal Surgeon, Colon Rectal Specialists, Rochester Hills
Fecal Incontinence: Current Management Strategies
Shawn Webb, MD, Senior Staff Surgeon, Henry Ford Health Systems, Detroit
Colon Cancer: Current Treatment Strategies
Edwin Itenberg, DO, Colon & Rectal Surgeon, St. Joseph Mercy Oakland Hospital, Pontiac
Updates in Rectal Cancer Treatment
- Explain the types and venues of human trafficking in Michigan.
- Identify victims of human trafficking in health care settings.
- Describe the warning signs of human trafficking in health care settings for adults and minors.
- Discuss resources for reporting the suspected victims of human trafficking.
Jane P. White, Director, Michigan Human Trafficking Task Force
PRESENTED BY: Division of Nephrology, Oakland University-William Beaumont School of Medicine
- Discuss how to initiate a preliminary work-up of abnormal kidney function, include appropriate labs and imaging studies, tailored to patient’s individual presentations.
- Describe renal dosing guidelines for at least five common drugs that are incorrectly prescribed with patients with CKD.
- List specific recommendations for management of cardiovascular disease when CKD is present.
COURSE DIRECTOR: Lisa Cohen, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, Division of Nephrology, Oakland University-William Beaumont School of Medicine, Royal Oak
Paul Kellerman, MD, Professor, Department of Medicine and Chief, Division of Nephrology, Oakland University-William Beaumont School of Medicine, Royal Oak
Diagnostic Work-up of Abnormal Renal Function
Renal Dosing of Commonly Prescribed Outpatient Medications
Saimabanu Mansuri, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, Division of Nephrology, Oakland University-William Beaumont School of Medicine, Royal Oak
Cardiovascular Disease in CKD Patients