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3rd Annual

Hair Restoration Workshop

An offering through Practical Anatomy & Surgical Education Saint Louis University School of Medicine

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Course Director Samuel Lam, MD

Physician Faculty Paul Cotterill, MD Vance Elliott, MD Robert Haber, MD James Harris, MD Paul McAndrews, MD Robert Niedbalski, MD Lawrence Samuels, MD Ronald Shapiro, MD James Vogel, MD

Assistant Director Emina Karamanovski, MD

Assistant Faculty

Tina Lardner

Kathryn Morgan

Kasia Muzyka

Charlene Smith

Janna Shafer

Carol Wade

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PHYSICIANS Course Schedule Friday, October 14, 2011 7:00 am Registration and Continental Breakfast Main Auditorium
PHYSICIANS Course Schedule Friday, October 14, 2011 7:00 am Registration and Continental Breakfast Main Auditorium
PHYSICIANS Course Schedule Friday, October 14, 2011 7:00 am Registration and Continental Breakfast Main Auditorium

PHYSICIANS Course Schedule

Friday, October 14, 2011

7:00 am Registration and Continental Breakfast

Main

Auditorium

Moderator: S. Lam, MD

7:20 am

Welcome & Orientation: Faculty Introduction, Guidelines & Your Safety

S. Lam, MD

7:30 am

History of Hair Restoration: What You Need to Know

L. Samuels, MD

7:45 am

Principles of Hair Restoration Surgery & Scalp Anatomy

R. Haber, MD

8:00 am

How Hair Grows: Understanding Regional Hair Angles & Direction (with Live Patient Demo) V. Elliott, MD

8:30 am

Hairline Design Principles & Artistry: Merging 2D & 3D Worlds (with Live Patient Demo)

R. Haber, MD

8:45 am

Anesthesia Considerations: How I Do it & Practical Tips

V. Elliott, MD

9:15 am

Break and Exhibits

9:45 am

Donor Harvesting & Closure: Single/Multi-Blade,

10:15 am

1-, 2-Layer Closure & Trichophytic Closure (with 3D Live Demo) Graft Calculation & Planning: How I Do It

V. Elliott,MD R. Shapiro, MD

10:30 am

Recipient Site Creation: Focus on Midscalp & Hairline (with 3D Live Demo)

J. Harris, MD

10:50 am

Phase I Training for Assistants: New Technique for Interviewing

& Hiring Staff (with 3D Live Demo)

Phase II Training: Slivering & Graft Dissection (with 3D Live Demo)

E. Karamanovski, MD

11:15 am

C. Smith

11:45 am

Recipient Site Planning & Instruments

P. McAndrews, MD

12:00 pm

Age & Norwood Specific Transplant Planning:

12:15 pm

Principles of Safety & Long-Range Decision-Making Ethical and Effective Practice Management including Business Development Tips

J. Harris, MD R. Shapiro, MD

12:30 pm

Lunch and Exhibits

Hands-On Cadaver

Lab Moderators: S. Lam, MD & V. Elliott, MD

 

Level 1

Level 2

1:00 pm

Hairline Design (Foam Models & Live Participants)

Advanced Hairline Design (Live Participants)

2:00 pm

Recipient Site Creation for Midscalp & Hairline (Melon)

Advanced Recipient Site Creation (Hairline Refinement & Temporal Point Design)

3:00 pm

Break and Exhibits

Break and Exhibits

3:30 pm

Donor Harvesting & Closure (Cadaver & New Clay Model)

Advanced Donor Harvesting (Single & Multi-Blade Techniques)

4:30 pm

Slivering & Graft Dissection (Cadaver)

Advanced Slivering & Graft Dissection (Cadaver)

5:30 pm

Adjourn

6:30 pm

Social Event/Dinner

 

Saturday, October 15, 2011

7:00 am

Registration and Continental Breakfast

Main Auditorium

Moderator: S. Lam, MD

7:15 am

Medical Management: The Role of Finasteride and Minoxidil with or without Surgery

P. Cotterill, MD

7:30 am

Scalp Pathologies, Scarring & Non-Scarring Alopecias:

What Every Surgeon Must Know

Difficult Situations (White Hair, Scar Tissue, African Hair) & My Approach

Setting Up Your Office & Post-Op Care Pearls & Pitfalls

P. McAndrews, MD

7:45 am

Ethnic Hair Restoration Considerations: African,

8:00 am

Hispanic, Asian, and Middle Eastern Patients Phase II Training: Graft Placement (with 3D Live Demo)

R. Niedbalski, MD T. Lardner

8:30 am

The Consultation Process: How I Do It (with Live Patient Demo)

V. Elliott, MD

9:00 am

Crown Design, Planning, and Execution (with 3D Live Demo)

S. Lam, MD

9:15 am

Quality Control for Assistants: What Physicians Need to Know

E. Karamanovski, MD

9:30 am

Break and Exhibits

10:00 am

Female Hair Loss: What Physicians Need To Know

P. Cotterill, MD

10:15 am

Female Hair Restoration: Design, Planning & Execution (with 3D Live Demo)

S. Lam, MD

10:25 am

FUE Techniques & FUE vs. Strip Harvest: Selection & Critical Thinking (with 3D Live Demo)

J. Harris, MD

10:40 am

R. Niedbalski, MD

10:55 am

E. Karamanovski, MD

11:05 am

Temporal Point & Lateral Hump Reconstruction: Planning, Design,

&

Pitfalls (with 3D Live Demo)

J. Vogel, MD

11:25 am

Eyebrow & Eyelash Hair Transplant (with 3D Live Demo)

R. Haber, MD

11:45 am

Hairpieces & Camouflaging Products with Hair Transplant:

12:05 am

What Every Surgeon Must Know Non-Virgin Donor Planning & Harvesting Techniques

E. Karamanovski, MD J. Vogel, MD

12:20 am

What You Need to Know about Scalp Flaps, Rotations,

12:30 pm

Expanders Even If You Don’t Do Them Lunch and Exhibits

&

J. Vogel, MD

Hands-On Cadaver Lab

Lab Moderators: S. Lam, MD & V. Elliott, MD

 

Level 1

Level 2

1:00 pm

Physician Catch-Up Stations-Hairline Design, Recipient Site Creation, Donor Harvest, “Ask an Expert” Rotating Stations

Physician Catch-Up Stations-Hairline Design, Recipient Site Creation, Donor Harvest, “Ask an Expert” Rotating Stations

2:00 pm

Break and Exhibits

Break and Exhibits

2:30 pm

Graft Placement (Cadaver and Clay Model)

Advanced Graft Placement (Cadaver and Clay Model)

3:30 pm

Rotating Stations: Hairline Design, Recipient Site Creation, Donor Harvesting, Graft Dissection, Graft Placement, and “Ask an Expert” Stations

Rotating Stations: Temporal Point Reconstruction, Crown Design, Female Hairline, Manual and Powered FUE Techniques, Eyebrow and Eyelash Transplant Stations and “Ask an Expert” Stations

6:00 pm

Adjourn

Sunday, October 16, 2011

7:00 am

Registration and Continental Breakfast

Main Auditorium

“Combined Physician & Assistant Critical Thinking Day”

Moderator: S. Lam, MD

7:15 am

Hairline Correction: “PASSO” Algorithm and Critical Thinking

V. Elliott, MD

7:45 am

Difficult Cases Physician Faculty Panel

R. Shapiro, MD & Physician Faculty

9:00 am

Managing Complications Physician Faculty Panel

R. Haber, MD & Physician Faculty

9:30 am

Break and Exhibits

10:00 am

How I Do It Physician Faculty Panel

11:00 am

Managing Difficulties During Graft Preparation Assistant Faculty Panel

S. Lam, MD & Physician Faculty K. Morgan & Assistant Faculty

11:45 am

Managing Difficulties During Graft Placement Assistant Faculty Panel

T. Lardner & Assistant Faculty

12:15 pm

Postoperative Care and Managing Complications

1:00 pm

Assistant Faculty Panel Adjourn

E. Karamanovski, MD and Assistant Faculty

SURGICAL ASSISTANTS Course Schedule Friday, October 14, 2011 7:00 am Registration and Continental Breakfast Main
SURGICAL ASSISTANTS Course Schedule Friday, October 14, 2011 7:00 am Registration and Continental Breakfast Main
SURGICAL ASSISTANTS Course Schedule Friday, October 14, 2011 7:00 am Registration and Continental Breakfast Main

SURGICAL ASSISTANTS Course Schedule

Friday, October 14, 2011

7:00 am

Registration and Continental Breakfast

Main

Auditorium

Moderator: S. Lam, MD

7:20 am

Welcome & Orientation: Faculty Introduction, Guidelines & Your Safety

S. Lam, MD

7:30 am

History of Hair Restoration: What You Need to Know

L. Samuels, MD

7:45 am

Principles of Hair Restoration Surgery & Scalp Anatomy

R. Haber, MD

8:00 am

How Hair Grows: Understanding Regional Hair Angles

&

Direction (with Live Patient Demo)

V. Elliott, MD

8:30 am

Hairline Design Principles & Artistry: Merging 2D &

3D Worlds (with Live Patient Demo)

R. Haber, MD

8:45 am

Anesthesia Considerations: How I Do it & Practical Tips

V. Elliott, MD

9:15 am

Break and Exhibits

9:45 am

Donor Harvesting & Closure: Single/Multi-Blade,

10:15 am

1-, 2-Layer Closure & Trichophytic Closure (with 3D Live Demo) Graft Calculation & Planning: How I Do It

V. Elliott, MD R. Shapiro, MD

10:30 am

Recipient Site Creation: Focus on Midscalp & Hairline (with 3D Live Demo)

J. Harris, MD

10:50 am

Phase I Training for Assistants: New Technique for Interviewing

&

Hiring Staff (with 3D Live Demo)

E. Karamanovski, MD

11:15 am

Phase II Training: Slivering & Graft Dissection (with 3D Live Demo)

C. Smith

11:45 am

Recipient Site Planning & Instruments

P. McAndrews, MD

12:00 pm

Age & Norwood Specific Transplant Planning:

12:15 pm

Principles of Safety & Long-Range Decision-Making Ethical and Effective Practice Management including Business Development Tips

J. Harris, MD R. Shapiro, MD

12:30 pm

Lunch and Exhibits

Hands-On Cadaver Lab

Moderators: E. Karamanovski, MD & T. Lardner

 

Level 1

Level 2

1:00 pm

Slivering Foam Model

Slivering Cadaver Tissue (Review)

1:30 pm

Slivering Cadaver Tissue

Graft Dissection (Review)

2:30 pm

Break and Exhibits

3:30 pm

Slivering and Graft Dissection

Slivering (Improve Your Efficiency)

4:30 pm

Graft Dissection

Graft Dissection (Improve Your Efficiency)

5:30 pm

Adjourn

6:30 pm

Social Event/Dinner

 

Saturday, October 15, 2011

7:00 am

Registration and Continental Breakfast

Main Auditorium

Moderator: S. Lam, MD

7:15 am

Medical Management: The Role of Finasteride and Minoxidil with or without Surgery. P. Cotterill, MD

7:30 am

Scalp Pathologies, Scarring & Non-Scarring Alopecias:

What Every Surgeon Must Know

P. McAndrews, MD

7:45 am

Ethnic Hair Restoration Considerations: African,

8:00 am

Hispanic, Asian, and Middle Eastern Patients Phase II Training: Graft Placement (with 3D Live Demo)

R. Niedbalski, MD T. Lardner

8:30 am

The Consultation Process: How I Do It (with Live Patient Demo)

V. Elliott, MD

9:00 am

Crown Design, Planning, and Execution (with 3D Live Demo)

S. Lam, MD

9:15 am

Quality Control for Assistants:

What Physicians Need to Know

E. Karamanovski, MD

9:30 am

Break and Exhibits

Lecture Hall 2

Moderator: E. Karamanovski, MD

10:00 am

Important Studies About Graft Survival

E. Karamanovski, MD

10:10 am

Recipient Sites and Hair Curl Direction

T. Lardner

10:20 am

Handling Difficult Patients

J. Shafer

10:30 am

Ensuring Patient Comfort

C. Smith, MD

10:40 am

Evaluating and Planning During Graft Dissection and Placement

K. Morgan

10:50 am

FUE Techniques & FUE vs. Strip Harvest

T. Lardner

11:00 am

How to Manage a Small Practice

K. Morgan

11:10 am

Emergency Situation Management

T. Lardner

11:20 am

Postoperative Care Management

J. Shafer

11:30 am

Body Positioning and Safety Strategies

K. Morgan

11:45 am

Teamwork, How & Why

C. Wade

12:00 pm

“How I Do It” Panel

T. Lardner and Faculty

12:30 pm

Lunch and Exhibits

Hands-On Cadaver Lab

Moderators: E. Karamanovski, MD & T. Lardner

 

Level 1

Level 2

1:00 pm

Graft Placement (Basics)

Graft Placement (Review)

2:30 pm

Break and Exhibits

Break and Exhibits

3:00 pm

Rotating Stations: Improve Your Technique in Slivering, Graft Dissection & Placement

Rotating Stations: Improve Your Technique in Slivering, Graft Dissection & Placement

6:00 pm

Adjourn

Sunday, October 16, 2011

7:00 am

Registration and Continental Breakfast

Main Auditorium

Moderator: S. Lam, MD

“Combined Physician & Assistant Critical Thinking Day” Hairline Correction: “PASSO” Algorithm and Critical Thinking

7:15 am

V. Elliott,MD

7:45 am

Difficult Cases Physician Faculty Panel

R. Shapiro, MD & Physician Faculty

9:00 am

Managing Complications Physician Faculty Panel

R. Haber, MD & Physician Faculty

9:30 am

Break and Exhibits

10:00 am

How I Do It Physician Faculty Panel

S. Lam, MD & Physician Faculty

11:00 am

Managing Difficulties During Graft Preparation Assistant Faculty Panel

K. Morgan & Assistant Faculty

11:45 am

Managing Difficulties During Graft Placement Assistant Faculty Panel

T. Lardner & Assistant Faculty

12:15 pm

Postoperative Care and Managing Complications

1:00 pm

Assistant Faculty Panel Adjourn

E. Karamanovski, MD and Assistant Faculty

REGISTER On-Line at http://pa.slu.edu

For more detailed workshop information or to register - please go to our website at http://pa.slu.edu. You can find details about accommodations and seminar activities. The seminar is located at PASE Learning Center, 3839 Lindell Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63108.

$1995 Physician Fee $1295 Fellows/Residents/USA Military Fee

(Letter of verification required)

$725

Surgical Assistant Fee

$35

$550 Discounted Fee for 2nd and 3rd Assistants in office to register Special Dinner Event

General Information

St. Louis Attractions

St. Louis offers lively attractions throughout the city for visitors of any age. Forest Park is located less than a mile from the Chase Park Plaza and offers the Art Museum, Science Center, Zoo, Jewel Box greenhouse, History Museum, 7.5- mile biking, jogging and skating path and lakes all for FREE. The downtown riverfront is a short cab ride from the hotels and offers attractions including the Old Cathedral, Gateway Arch and the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial and Museum. For more information visit www.explorestlouis.com.

Accommodations

For the convenience of our attendees, a block of discounted rooms has been set aside at the following hotels. Shuttle transportation will be provided between the hotel and workshop site each day.

Chase Park Plaza $155 – One-Bedroom Suite 212 N. Kingshighway, St. Louis, MO 63108 Phone: (877) 587-2427 Fax (314) 633-3003 Website: http://www.chaseparkplaza.com

Mention Practical Anatomy for the reduced room rate. For information on alternative hotels, contact the course coordinator. Make reservations directly with the hotel. Room reservations are NOT made through the Practical Anatomy office. Do not make airline reservations until you have received written confirmation of placement in the workshop.

Social/Dinner Event

A special social event is planned for Friday, October 14, 2011. Participants are welcome to enjoy this event at a cost

of $35. If you wish to bring a guest, there will be an additional charge. Transportation will be provided from the

conference hotels.

Water Tower Inn at Saint Louis University – $75 3545 Lafayette Ave., St. Louis, MO 63104 Phone: (314) 977-7500 Fax: (314) 977-7505 Website: http://www.slu.edu/events/wti.html

CONTINUING EDUCATION: Saint Louis University School of Medicine designates this live activity for

A maximum of 22.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s) TM for Physicians

A maximum of 22.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s) TM for Surgical Assistants (For PA’s and NP’s)

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

ACCREDITATION Saint Louis University School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The education the participant gains through our CME activities does not satisfy training requirements to perform the surgery.

Practical Anatomy and Surgical Education, Attn: Course Coordinator, 3839 Lindell Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63108 USA

Phone: (314) 977-7400 Fax: (314) 977-7345 E-mail: pa@slu.edu Website: http://pa.slu.edu

PROGRAM MESSAGES

Dr. Sam Lam

With more than 100 attendees coming from across the world, we doubled the attendance from last year. Reviews included, “I learned a lot. This course was well thought out, very informative, and very practical” and “This is one of two courses in the last 32 years that I have attended that delivered what it promised to do.” The one criticism we received was that the attendees in Level 1 wanted to attend Level 2 lectures and vice versa. As a result, this year we have combined all Level 1 and 2 lectures, and increased the lab time yet kept its content tailored toward one’s skill level. In addition, we expanded our world-class faculty. The new format will give each attendee the opportunity to review and expand knowledge while focusing on developing specific skills. Do not miss this unique learning experience which includes : 3D lectures and one-of-a-kind hands-on experience.

SUGGESTED READING

Dr. Emina Karamanovski

Assisting in hair restoration requires unique skills that are difficult to gain and to master. This course offers an unparalleled, three-day, comprehensive program designed to help assistants either develop new skills or improve existing ones. The feedback received last year was inspiring since all attendees expressed that their needs were met beyond their expectations: participants gained practical pearls to improve their practice and many attested that the course gave them a new boost of confidence. It is my great privilege to share the knowledge and passion of our world-class faculty with you whether you are a novice or very seasoned in the field. Do not miss this amazing opportunity to learn one-on-one and gain valuable skills. If you are a physician, please consider enrolling your assistants, as they will improve surgical efficiency, learn new critical thinking skills, quality control, safety, and receive invaluable hands-on mentoring.

HAIR TRANSPLANT 360 2 Hardcovers, 8 DVDs

The Definitive, Most Practical Textbook for Hair-Transplant Surgeons and Surgical Assistants

Details for the purchase of this book will be available at http://pa.slu.edu under the Hair Restoration Workshop Link.

http://pa.slu.edu under the Hair Restoration Workshop Link. Our course directors, Dr. Sam Lam and Dr. Emina

Our course directors, Dr. Sam Lam and Dr. Emina Karamanovski, have written the definitive 2-volume textbook on surgical hair transplantation for both physicians and assistants. Volume 1 written by Dr. Lam for physicians contains 4 DVDs with 7 full-length videos on how to perform every aspect of surgical hair restoration including hairline design, donor harvesting & closure, and recipient site creation. Special chapters cover topics on medical hair loss, female hair restoration, crown design and execution, case studies, team leadership, photography, among many other topics. Volume 2 written by Dr. Karamanovski is dedicated to the hair transplant assistant, which is the first book of its kind. Also included are 4 DVDs with 10 unique and practical videos. Topics include how to interview prospective hires, a new approach to staff training, graft dissection, graft placement, quality control, body ergonomics, and emotional coaching for team health.

Practical Anatomy and Surgical Education

Saint LouiS univerSity

Hair Restoration Workshop

A Hands-On Cadaver Workshop and 3D Lecture Workshop

3839 Lindell Boulevard St. Louis, MO 63108-3413

October 14–16, 2011

http://pa.slu.edu

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