Presented by the Division of Transplant Surgery and The Heart & Lung Transplant Program UCSF Medical Center University

of California, San Francisco

University of California San Francisco

What’s New, What Matters, What’s Next: UCSF Transplant 2010

September 22-24, 2010




John P. Roberts, MD Professor of Surgery University of California, San Francisco

Laurie Carlson, RN, MSN Transplant Coordinator University of California, San Francisco Christine Mudge, RN, MSN, PNPc Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Liver Transplant University of California, San Francisco

physician assistants. MFT) This course meets the qualifications on an hour-forhour basis of continuing education credit for MFTs and/or LCSWs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. kidney. and HIV and organ transplant. and pancreas transplant. This CME activity meets the requirements under California Assembly Bill 1195. . waitlist management strategies. continuing education and cultural and linguistic competency. and provides information relevant to multiple practice specialties. Prescribed credit from AAFP. this conference encompasses heart. lung. and • Foster greater levels of compliance with the regulatory issues impacting solid organ transplant. San Francisco School of Medicine (UCSF) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.PCE 1272.What’s New. California September 22-24. and AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ from organizations accredited by the ACCME. Physician Assistants AAPA accepts category 1 credit from AOACCME. Sir Francis Drake Hotel San Francisco. Nurses For the purpose of recertification. OBJ EC TIVE S Upon completion of this course. TARGET AUDIENCE Designed for a broad cross-section of health care professionals. nurses. an attendee will be able to: • Apply into practice the advances in therapeutic management of transplant donors and recipients.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM. including new immunosuppressive medications. and pharmacists. kidney. • Improve competence in the prevention and management of infectious disease complications following organ transplantation. 2010 ACCREDITATION The University of California. Plenary sessions will address topics relevant to transplantation in general. • Improve current strategies to increase access to transplantation. transplant coordinators and administrators. Physicians.term complications associated with immunosuppressive therapy. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Transplant Certification: Category 1 Continuing Education Points for Transplant Certification (CEPTCs) have been applied for through the American Board for Transplant Certification (ABTC). UCSF designates this educational activity for a maximum of 13. What Matters. and pancreas will allow practitioners to focus on the current issues and patient management strategies within their area of specialization. Clinical tracks for heart. What’s Next: UCSF Transplant 2010 UCSF transplant surgeons and physicians are acknowledged leaders in the field of solid organ transplantation. liver. programs to increase access to transplant. Approval No. nurse practitioners. liver. • Improve competence in managing the immunological challenges involved in organ transplantation. as well as social workers and case managers interested in expanding their knowledge of transplantation. • Improve patient communication regarding allocation policies and their impact on access to transplants. This 21/2 day conference provides a unique opportunity to hear these experts present on the latest trends in transplantation. islet cell transplantation. Social Workers (LCSW. lung. • Apply new strategies to manage the long. are encouraged to attend. the American Nurses Credentialing Center accepts AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM issued by organizations accredited by the ACCME.

BSN breakout sessions 3:15-3:45 Dana McGlothlin. PhD Sang-Mo Kang. PhD Qizhi Tang. EdD Mary Ellen Kleinhenz. BSN (CTDN) Flavio Vincenti. NP. Figueroa. What Matters. MD Martha Ruelas. SEPTEMBER 23. MD. PhD breakout sessions 2:15-2:45 breakout sessions 2:45-3:15 Celia Rifkin. MD Lee Ann Baxter-Lowe. RN. RN MSN Panel Lynne Martin Nathan Bass. and LAS LIVER Indications for Liver Transplant (cont'd) KIDNEY & KIDNEY/PANCREAS Why So Sensitive? Desensitizing Protocols for Living Donor Kidney Transplant HEART Special Considerations for Special Populations: Congenital Heart Disease LUNG Special Special Considerations for Special Populations: Cystic Fibrosis LIVER Guilty as Charged! Hepatitis C and Liver Transplant KIDNEY & KIDNEY/PANCREAS Linking the Gift of Life: National Kidney Registry – Paired Exchange HEART Exciting Times: Advances in Heart Failure LUNG Exciting Times: Advances in Lung Failure LIVER The Before and After of Hepatocellular Carcinoma Management KIDNEY & KIDNEY/PANCREAS Creating a Seemless Payer/Transplant Partnership – UCSF/Kaiser Model Michael Abecassis. MPA Compliance into Practice 4:30-5:00 Transplant's Adaptation to an EMR Robin C. MD.What’s New. Ascher. LVAD. MD. MD Norah Terrault. What Matters What’s Next Nancy L. MD. 2010 7:30am Registration and Continental Breakfast PLENARY SESSION 8:00-8:30 Transplant Center Regulations in the Context of Health Care Reform 8:30-9:00 Trends in Organ Donation . MS Kerry Kumar. PhD Stephen J. PhD THURSDAY. MD Robert Kerlan. The Bad. BSN Nathan Bass.A National. 2010 4:00-5:00pm 5:00-5:45 Pre-Registration Welcome Reception Transplantation: What’s New. Alphabet Soup? LIVER Indications for Liver Transplant KIDNEY & KIDNEY/PANCREAS Will It Ever Be Fair? UNOS Kidney Allocation Policy HEART & LUNG Unlocking the Listing Codes 1A. PhD Peter Stock. What’s Next: WEDNESDAY. Regional. 2. MD Allison Meadows MD Valerie Bosco. PhD Laurie Carlson. RN. MD Denise Kinder. RN. RN. The Unexpected 12:30-1:30 Box Lunch: Mock Selection 1:45-2:15 HEART & LUNG ECMO. SEPTEMBER 22. MD Diana Zographos. and Local Perspective 9:00-9:30 Ushering in a New Era of Immunosuppression 9:30-10:00 HLA Antibodies and Their Role in Graft Loss 10:00-10:30 Coffee Break 10:30-11:00 Regulatory T Cells and Transplantation 11:00-11:30 Stem Cells: Hype or Hope? 11:30-12:15pm HIV and Transplant: The Good. MS Francis Yao. MD. MD Sally Mclaughlin. BS 7:00 Optional event: San Francisco Dine Around (separate fee) . 1B. CBA breakout sessions 3:45-4:00 Coffee Break PLENARY SESSION 4:00-4:30 Survival Kit: Integrating Regulatory Carolyn Vessechia Light. Tomlanovich. MD Peter Stock.

MBA Gloria Horns. MD Linda Moczkowski. RN breakout sessions 10:30-11:00 11:00-11:30 breakout sessions 11:30-12:00pm Jeffrey Golden.NP Allison Webber. MD John Roberts. SEPTEMBER 24. JD Sandy Feng. Why. PNP . MD Ryutaro Hirose. PHN Anne Fukano. MD Jasleen Kukreja. MSN. LCSW Sherry Laemmermann.UCSF Transplant 2010 September 22-24.RN. MD Chris Freise. MD Melanie Macaraig. Where? Referral to listing HEART & LUNG Updates in the Care of Post Heart and Lung Transplant Patients LIVER Immunosuppression Withdrawal: Hit or Miss? KIDNEY & KIDNEY/PANCREAS 5000 Patients-Are You Kidding?! Managing the UCSF Kidney Waitlist Coffee Break HEART In it for the Long Haul: Managing Long-term Issues – Post Heart Transplant LUNG In it for the Long Haul: Managing Long-Term Issues – Post Lung Transplant LIVER Two Halves Make a Whole: Living Liver Donors KIDNEY & KIDNEY/PANCREAS Mail the Get Well Cards Home!! Effectively Managing Shorter Length of Stays and Maintaining Excellent SRTR Data HEART & LUNG Case Review 1. MD. DO breakout sessions 12:00-12:30 Charles Hoopes . 2010 8:00am Continental Breakfast PLENARY SESSION 8:30-9:15 Transplant Tourism: Buying and Selling Organs Point/Counterpoint 9:30-10:00 HEART & LUNG The Sands of Time – Outcomes for Heart and Lung Transplant LIVER Staying Alive – Long Term Outcomes KIDNEY & KIDNEY/PANCREAS Making the List: Who. MD Charles Hoopes. MD Sarah Tuttleton Arron. RN. MS. New Challenges: Tackling the Peaks and Valleys of Kidney Post Transplant Care HEART & LUNG More than a Medical Question: Psychosocial and Financial Issues in: Transplantation LIVER More Than a Medical Question: Psychosocial and Financial Issues in Transplantation KIDNEY & KIDNEY/PANCREAS More Than a Medical Question: Psychosocial and Financial Issues in Transplantation Teresa DeMarco. MD. RN. MD Myrah Graham. RN. RN. LCSW Nikki Galin. MSW 12:30-1:45 Lunch (On your own) PLENARY SESSION 1:45-2:15 What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You: Infections in Transplant Recipients 2:15-2:45 Skin Cancer in Organ Transplant Recipients: Challenges and Opportunities 2:45-3:00 Coffee Break 3:00-3:30 Bariatric Surgery: A Bridge to Transplant 3:30-4:00 Clinical Islet Cell Transplant: A Treatment Just Around the Corner 4:00-4:15 Closing Remarks Peter Chin-Hong. PhD Andrew Posselt. FNP-BC Brian Lee. ECMO as a Bridge to Transplant 2. MD breakout sessions Mario Sanchez Andrea Baird. MD breakout sessions 10:00-10:30 Jennifer Cademartori. ACSW Robert Blackmond Kurtis Alphonse Sarah Rapp. New Life. 2010 FRIDAY. BAC and Lung Transplant LIVER Split Myself in Two KIDNEY & KIDNEY/PANCREAS New Kidney. RN David Wojciechowski. MD Ana Marie Torres. When. PhD Christine Mudge. MD Andrew Posselt.

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Posselt. Transplant and Immunocompromised Host Infectious Diseases Program Teresa De Marco. NP EdD Heart Disease Nurse Coordinator Heart and Vascular Center Jennifer Cademartori. MD Chief. MSN Transplant Coordinator Christine Mudge.COURSE DIRECTOR UCSF FACULTY (CONT’D) UCSF FACULTY (CONT’D) John P. MSN. MD HSC Clinical Professor of Medicine Jasleen Kukreja. San Francisco) Kurtis Alphonse Outreach Pre-Kidney Transplant Financial Counselor Nancy L. MS. Lung Transplant Service. ACSW Liver Transplant Clinical Social Worker Brian Lee. Pancreas Transplant Debbie Faiman Endowed Chair in Transplantation Allison Webber. RN. Associate Director Surgical Residency Program Charles Hoopes. MD Professor of Medicine and Surgery. RN Director of Clinical Operations Division of Transplantation Karen Rago. BSN Kidney Transplant Coordinator Mario Sanchez Heart & Lung Transplant Financial Case Manager Peter G. Roberts. Logan Endowed Chair in Cardiology. FAAMA. Bass. MD Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery. BSN Living Donor Liver Transplant Coordinator Sarah Tuttleton Arron. FNP-BC Nurse Practitioner Post Liver Transplant Peter Chin-Hong. FACS. Fukano. RN. RN. MD. MD Professor of Clinical Medicine and Surgery. MSN. Director. FACS Professor of Surgery. LCSW Liver Transplant Clinical Social Worker Martha Ruelas. Transplant Division Anne K. FAAN Liver Transplant Pediatric Nurse Practitioner GUEST FACULTY Michael Abecassis. BSN Clinical Nurse III Robert Kerlan. MD. PhD Associate Professor of Surgery Division of Transplantation Sarah Rapp. MD. Division of Infectious Diseases. Liver Transplantation Diana Zographos. Pulmonary Hypertension. Director. Figueroa. RN. Director. MD. PNPc. FACC Professor of Clinical Medicine and Surgery. RN. BSN Lung and Heart/Lung Transplant Coordinator Sherry Laemmermann. Medical Director. MD. Liver Transplant Program Division of Gastroenterology Lee Ann Baxter-Lowe. Ascher. MD. Heart Failure and Pulmonary Hypertension Programs. Division of Organ Transplantation Dean. MPA. RN. PhD Associate Professor of Surgery Director. LCSW Heart and Lung Transplant Clinical Social Worker Jeffrey Golden. Department of Surgery Director. Abdominal Transplant Surgery Fellowship Chris E. RN. MPH Assistant Professor of Surgery Kerry Kumar. LCSW Heart and Lung Transplant Clinical Social Worker Nathan M. RH and Jane G. Director of Clinical Research. MD Professor of Radiology and Surgery Mary Ellen Kleinhenz. PhD Professor and Chair of Surgery Isis Distinguished Professor of Transplantation Andrea Baird. MD Assistant Professor of Medicine Medical Director. Pediatric Renal and Adult Pancreas Transplant Qizhi Tang. Freise. BSN Vice President Clinical Operations. PhD Professor of Medicine Associate Medical Director. RN. MD. MD. Medical Director. Immunogenetics and Transplantation Laboratory Robert Blackmond Liver Transplant Financial Counselor Valerie Bosco. Medical Director. Medical Director Kidney Transplant Ana Marie Torres. MD. Heart and Lung Transplant Gloria Horns. MD. MD Assistant Professor of Radiology and Pediatric Cardiology Linda Moczkowski. PhD Assistant Professor of Surgery Director. MD Professor of Clinical Medicine and Surgery. PhD Assistant Clinical Professor of Dermatology. DO Assistant Professor of Medicine Transplant Nephrologist Francis Yao. PHN Outreach Kidney Transplant Coordinator Ryutaro Hirose. MS. Interstitial Lung Disease (ILD) Myrah Graham. Transplantation Research Laboratory Norah Terrault. MD. CNS Heart Transplant Coordinator Pauline Rogers. FACCA Executive Director Service Lines UCSF FACULTY (University of California. RN. MPA Transplant Data and Finance Manager Melanie Macaraig. MD Associate Professor of Surgery Director. BSN Kidney Transplant Coordinator . MBA. Stock. MAS Associate Professor. Mechanical Circulatory Support Program Dana McGlothlin. CNN Kidney Transplant Coordinator Andrew M. MS Advanced Lung Diseases Nurse UCSF Heart and Vascular Center Alison Meadows. diplomate ABHI Professor in Residence. MD. MD Assistant Professor of Medicine Transplant Nephrologist Carolyn Vessechia Light. AANP-C Nurse Practitioner Post Kidney Transplant Lynne Martin Manager. Medical Director. BS Consultant Freed and Associates Denise Kinder. Transplant Service Professor of Surgery COURSE CO-CHAIRS Laurie Carlson. PhD. JD Lung Transplant Coordinator Sang-Mo Kang. High Risk Skin Cancer Program. PhD Professor of Surgery Surgical Director. MD Professor of Medicine and Surgery. RN. Clinical Affairs Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Robin C. MD Associate Professor of Medicine and Surgery Director. Heart Failure and Transplantation Programs Sally Mclaughlin. MBA Heart Transplant Coordinator Nikki Galin. California Transplant Donor Network COURSE ADVISORS Amy S. Heart Transplantation Sandy Feng. Peele. Tomlanovich. FACPE J Rosco Miller Distinguished Professor Departments of Surgery and Microbiology-Immunology Chief.. FRCS(C). PhD Associate Professor in Surgery Director Intestinal Rehabilitation and Transplantation Mary Kennedy-Breiner. RN. Dermatologic Surgery and Laser Center Flavio Vincenti. CBA General Manager Kidney and Pancreas Transplant Janine Sabatte-Caspillo. Viral Hepatitis Center Stephen J. Cardiac Care Unit Associate Director. MD Assistant Professor of Medicine Transplant Nephrologist David Wojciechowski. MSW Kidney Transplant Clinical Social Worker Celia Rifkin RN. You may also reach us by calling the Office of CME at 415) 476-4251 or emailing info@ocme. CA 94143-0742 For more information. . visit our website at www.0569 Office of Continuing Medical Education UCSF Box 0742.ucsf. LH-450 San