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UHMS: Pacific Chapter Annual Meeting

10/18/2012 to 10/20/2012

When: 10/18/2012
Where: The Benson
309 SW Broadway
Portland, Oregon  97205
United States
Contact:
Lisa Tidd

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This is a DIRECTLY SPONSORED MEETING




PACIFIC CHAPTER MISSION
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The continuing medical education mission of the Pacific Chapter of the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society is to develop and promote programs that improve the scientific knowledge of physicians and other allied health professionals, in the Pacific Coast and Western regions of the United States and Canada, in matters related to undersea and hyperbaric environments and appropriate applications of hyperbaric oxygen therapy.

The Conference Program will feature a number of outstanding local speakers, concurrent sessions. The Conference attracts researchers and practitioners from all around the world and provides a wonderful opportunity to meet and extend contacts.



 

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ONLINE REGISTRATION FOR BOTH - LINK ABOVE PICTURE




THIS YEAR'S MEETING will be held at the:




309 SW Broadway
Portland, OR 97205

OCTOBER 19-20, 2012
Wound Care Pre-Course: October 18

PORTLAND:
Portland is an eclectic city, where sophisticated and alternative styles coexist peacefully. It is known for its friendliness, rich culture and variety of outdoor pursuits. A temperate climate, thriving economy and close proximity to both the Pacific Ocean and the Cascade Mountains are among the many reasons Portland has garnered high rankings on multiple "Most Livable City" lists.  For more information on Portland visit their website: http://www.portland.com/





SCHEDULE 5/14/2012

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2012

0800-0815

Welcome

Enoch Huang, MD

WOUND CARE PRACTICE

0815-0830

The Columbia Wound Care Consortium: A Novel Approach to Wound Care Education

Enoch Huang, MD

0830-0915

 

Offloading Surfaces - How to Partner with End-Users, Facilities, and Caregivers to Ensure Healing Outcomes

Vail Horton

0915-0945

Dirty Work in Unglamorous places: Surgical Management of Pressure Ulcers - What Works

Nathan Kemalyan, MD

0945-1015

BREAK

1015-1100

The Algorithmic Approach to Evaluation, Management and Prevention of Problem Wounds

Michael Strauss, MD

1100-1200

Shedding Light on Bacteria in Wounds: Lessons from the Sea

Robert Barnes, MD

1200-1300

LUNCH

1300-1345

The Angiosome Concept in Lower Extremity Revascularization and Wound Healing

Gregory Landry, MD

1345-1430

The Role of Skin Perfusion Pressure in Wound Care

Dick Sample, CHT

1430-1500

BREAK

1500-1545

Meaningful Use, the Wound Clinic, and You: Why You Should Care

Christopher Hayes & Patrick Colleti

1545-1630

Case Presentations


1630-1700

Wrap-up / Q & A

 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2012

HYPERBARIC MEDICINE

0800-0830

UHMS President's Address

John Feldmeier, DO

0830-0930

Newest Indications for HBOT: CRAO and ISSHL

Heather Murphy-Lavoie, MD

0930-1015

 

In search of new indications - HBOT for Avascular Necrosis: Pro and Con

Heather Murphy-Lavoie, MD &

Michael Strauss, MD

1015-1045

BREAK

1045-1130

Clinical Update on Radiation and HBOT

John Feldmeier, DO

1130-1215

HBO2 for RX of CRTI, STRN, ORN - Making Sense of Radiation Injury Treatment

Neil Hampson, MD

1215-1315

LUNCH/Executive Committee Meeting

1315-1400

Hyperbaric Oxygen Induced Neurotoxicity: Pathophysiology and Clinical Approach

Derek Cooney, MD

1400-1445

Hyperbaric Math: Practical Knowledge for HBOT

Norma Cooney, MD

1445-1515

BREAK

1515-1545

Top Articles You Need to Know

Tracy LeGros, MD

1545-1600

Medicare Reimbursement Issues with Outpatient HBOT

Robert Sanders, MD

1600-1645

Case Presentations

Jon Dykstra, MD,

Robert Sanders, MD

1645-1700

Wrap-up / Q & A

 

1800-2000

DINNER

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2012

0800-0815

Welcome/ Officer Elections

Enoch Huang, MD

UNDERSEA MEDICINE

0815-0900

A History of Diving and HBOT in the Pacific Northwest

Kate Gildersleeve, CHT

0900-0945

Diving in the Older Aged Population

Michael Strauss, MD

0945-1015

BREAK

1015-1100

Tables vs. Computers: Implications for Divers and Chamber Operations

Karl Huggins, MS, CHT

1100-1200

History and Present Use of Hyperbaric Treatment Tables

James Holm, MD

1200-1300

LUNCH

1300-1345

You're Where?... And you're Bent?...  DCI in Remote Locations

Nick Bird, MD

1345-1445

Beneath the Shadow of an Iceberg – Research Diving with the United States Antarctic Program

Robert Sanders, MD

1445-1515

BREAK

1515-1600

Rebreathers: For You? For Me? For Whom?

Jeff Bozanic

1600-1645

Case Presentations

Walter Chin, RN

1645-1700

Wrap-up / Q & A

 

 


 

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Accreditation Statement : This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME). The Undersea & Hyperbaric Medical Society (UHMS) is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.


Designation Statement: The Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society designates this live activity for a maximum of TBD AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Full Disclosure Statement: All faculty members and planners participating in continuing medical education activities sponsored by Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society are expected to disclose to the participants any relevant financial relationships with commercial interests. Full disclosure of faculty and planner relevant financial relationships will be made prior to the activity.

Nursing CEU: Credits will be provided by Wound Care Education Partners, 12900 Calais Circle, Palm Beach Gardens, FL. Florida Board of Registered Nursing Provider #50-10881. ASM Credit hours TBD

CHT Credits: NBDHMT: This program has been reviewed and is acceptable for up to TBD Category A credit hours by the National Board of Diving and Hyperbaric Medical Technology.





#SPONSOR/EXHIBITOR INFORMATION

The UHMS Pacific Chapter Annual Scientific Meeting offers an excellent opportunity for your organization to promote its products and services to a very specific target audience and to reinforce your corporate image within the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society members.


BACKGROUND ON THE UHMS:
The Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society (UHMS) is an International, non-profit organization serving over 2,500 members from more than 50 countries. Most UHMS members are diving or hyperbaric/wound care physicians and scientists. The Associate members are composed of nurses, technicians, respiratory therapists and others who work in the field of diving and hyperbaric/wound care medicine. The UHMS is the primary source of information for diving, wound care and hyperbaric medicine and physiology worldwide. It was founded as the Undersea Medical Society in 1967 but in 1986 changed the name to Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society. The name change reflects the rapidly growing interest in hyperbaric oxygen therapy. The UHMS's purpose is to: provide scientific information to protect the health of sport, military, public safety, and commercial divers improve the scientific basis of hyperbaric oxygen therapy promote sound treatment protocols and standards of practice provide CME accreditation.

As one of our "Event Sponsors" you will not only be an integral part of the meeting's social events, but will also gain significant promotion. These events provide an excellent opportunity for networking in a relaxed setting. These sponsorships offer an industry stakeholder excellent value exposure to an audience of industry professionals. Sponsorship acknowledgement on website and any printed material Signage displayed during the Event An opportunity to display promotional material (supplied by Sponsor) at the Event
** ALL artwork must be supplied by the sponsor and emailed to lisa@uhms.org *

EVENT Sponsorship:
Bronze: $1,500
Gold: $3,500
Platinum: $5,000
Social Sponsor: $3,000
Break/Lunch Sponsor: $2,000

EXHIBITS:
Exhibit Table: $500.00
- 6 ft. draped table/2 chairs
- product or informational flyer in satchel

Satchel Insert: $ 150.00

Wound Care Pre-Course Table Only: $250


- If you can not exhibit and would like for your informational flyer to be included in satchel.

Satchel Sponsor: Provide satchels for meeting with your logo (150 satchels), satchel that are not used, will be returned to sponsor, if requested. Satchels must be received at UHMS 1 month prior to meeting.

Pen/Note Pad Sponsor: Provide pens/note pads for meeting. (150). Must be received at UHMS one (1) month prior to meeting.

-ALL satchel inserts must be received at the UHMS office one (1) month prior to meeting-



HOTEL INFORMATION
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309 SW Broadway
 
Portland, OR 97205

www.bensonhotel.com

RESERVATIONS: Cut off date: SEPTEMBER 26, 2012
CALL: 888-523-6766 or 503-228-2000
Email reservations: reservations@bensonhotel.com
GROUP CODE: BEN-GF1996


ROOM RATE: $148.00 s/d

  • You must identify yourself as being part of the group code: BEN-GF1996 in order to receive the negotiated room rate.
  • Above group rate is effective 2 days pre/post of office meeting dates, 10/17-20/12 subject to last room availability up to the September 26 2012 cut off date.
  • When reservations are made, a deposit equal to the room rate and tax for the first night for each reservation will be required.  An individual's deposit is refundable to that individual only if the Hotel receives notice of an individual's cancellation at least 72 hours prior to scheduled arrival.
  • Upon check-in, each guest will be required to present a valid credit card upon check-in, on which an amount of sufficient pre-authorization can be obtained to cover the room and tax charges and parking for the length of the guest's stay, plus the anticipated use of the hotel's ancillary services, hotel requires each guest's home/business address.
  • The reservation cancellation policy is 72 hours prior to arrival.
  • Room rates are subject to tax, which is currently 12.5%
  • Complimentary guestroom High Speed Internet access
  • Complimentary access to Hotel's Fitness Center for overnight guests
  • Check-in: 4pm / Check-out: 12noon

Parking:

Hotel Parking: Discounted Hotel Valet Parking at $27.00 per night with unlimited in and out privileges.
Those who are not staying at the hotel can park in the hotel parking lot for $5.00 per hour and a maximum charge of $29 per day. 

Other parking options, check out the following link:http://portland.bestparking.com/#1

All parking and gratuities are separate and distinct from the room rate and are the responsibility of the attendee.



 
 
 

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