Benign Pancreas Disease CME Conference
Continuing Medical Education
Benign Pancreas Disease: Updates in Treatment and Research
Saturday, March 18, 2023
7:15am – 4:00pm
Breakfast and lunch provided
Full Program *Subject to change
OHSU Knight Cancer Research Building Auditorium
2720 S. Moody Avenue, Portland, Oregon, 97201
Free for OHSU members; $100 for community members who wish to receive CME credit
The School of Medicine, Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU), is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 6.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Primary care physicians, Specialty physicians, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners – in internal medicine, gastroenterology, pancreas surgery, general and trauma surgery; from OHSU and the Pacific NW/Alaska community
This conference is designed to update for primary and specialty care providers in clinical practice on the current diagnostic and treatment approaches to acute and chronic pancreatitis. OHSU and guest faculty will provide an overview of the latest screening criteria, diagnosis technologies, and treatment options for this debilitating disease, along with how current research is translating into clinical care. We will cover hydration, pain management and nutrition as well as hereditary risk and complications. We will also demonstrate the collaborative approach between multiple disciplines by examining complex cases of other benign pancreas conditions. Finally, we aim to build bridges with the community and give providers information on the latest research opportunities available to their patients.
At the conclusion of the activity, participants will be able to:
• better classify pancreatitis and its severity
• apply best practice hydration, pain management and nutrition for their acute and chronic pancreatitis patients
• understand the role and timing of evidence-based medicine interventions (endoscopy, IR and surgery)
• promote awareness of higher risk pancreatitis and pancreatic cancer risk
Stephen J. Pandol, M.D.
Gastroenterologist; Director, Basic and Translational Pancreas Research Program; Director, Gastroenterology Fellowship Program – Cedars-Sinai, Los Angeles, California
*REFUNDS: $5 processing fee for all refunds. Please send refund requests to Brenden-Colson Center.
7:15AM -- Breakfast (morning CME sign-in – max. 4.25 hrs)
7:45AM -- Welcome & Introduction (Sheppard)
8:00AM -- Imaging of acute and chronic pancreatitis – CT vs. MRI, what's best? (Foster)
8:30AM -- Modern resuscitation strategies in pancreatitis (Hoops)
9:00AM -- Pain management in pancreatitis (Mauer)
9:30AM -- Pancreatitis – Nutrition and exocrine pancreatic insufficiency (Martindale)
10:00AM -- Vascular complications of pancreatitis – Imaging and intervention (Kaufman)
10:30AM -- Break
10:45AM -- Cases & Panel Discussion: Managing pancreatic pseudocysts, fistulas
10:30AM -- KEYNOTE: Emerging therapies for pancreatitis diseases
Stephen J. Pandol, Cedars-Sinai, Los Angeles, CA
12:30PM -- Lunch with the Expert (afternoon CME sign-in – max 2.5 hrs)
1:30PM -- Unprovoked pancreatitis – What to do next? (Jazrawi)
2:00PM -- Overview of hereditary pancreatitis (Lin)
2:30PM -- Chronic pancreatitis – Is TPIAT the answer? (Sharzehi)
3:00PM -- Early detection of pancreatic cancer – A fool’s errand? (Sheppard)
3:30PM -- Cases & Panel Discussion: Managing pancreatic stones, strictures
4:00PM -- Concluding Remarks