Uma Borate, M.D., M.S.
Assistant Professor, Acute Leukemia Translational Research Lead
Medical Director, OHSU Knight Cancer Network
Title: Are We BEATing AML?
1. Learn about Acute Myeloid Leukemia, clinical presentation, pathogenesis, classification
2. Learn about targeted therapies in AML
3. Learn about clinical trials in AML.
Michael McClung, M.D.
Founding Director at Oregon Osteoporosis Center
Title: Long-term Osteoporosis Therapy: How Did the ACP get It So Wrong?
Attendees to this program will
1. Understand the objectives of osteoporosis therapy
2. Review the efficacy and safety of long-term therapy with bisphosphonates and denosumab
3. Appreciate the skeletal effects of discontinuing osteoporosis therapy
4. Be familiar with the concept of “Goal-directed Osteoporosis Therapy”
Matt McCarthy, M.D.
Assistant Professor of Medicine, Weill Cornell
Title: Stumped; A Novel Approach to Medical Ethics
1. Attendees will learn how the hidden curriculum in medicine affects medical students and residents.
2. Attendees will learn how hospitalists impact the hidden curriculum
3. Attendees will learn about the most common ethical issues in inpatient medicine
Sara Schwanke Khilji, MD, MPH, FACP
Title:Learning from our Partners: Global Health Education in Thailand
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Gordon Mills, M.D., Ph.D.
Title: Delivering on the Promise of Precision Oncology
1.To understand the promise that precision medicine offers to improving patient outcomes
2. To understand the challenges faced in the implementation of precision medicine
3. To understand the needs and opportunities for combination therapy in improving patient outcomes.
Sergio Fazio, MD, PhD
Title: Preventive Cardiology at OHSU: The birth of a Sub-Specialty
Patricia Ritze, MD. & Pavan Chopra, MD, MS
Morbidity & Mortality Conference
Dekey Lhewa, MD
Title:Alcohol Related Liver Disease
1. Understand the epidemiology and pathophysiology of alcohol related liver disease
2. Review diagnosis and assessment of severity of disease
3. Discuss current management and latest evidence for emerging treatments
Mark Gurnell, MD, PhD
Title:Occult pituitary disease: negotiating the pitfalls…
1. Recognize common pitfalls in the interpretation of pituitary function tests
2. Appreciate when to consider and how to approach rarer causes of pituitary dysfunction
3. Understand how functional imaging with molecular PET tracers can be used to localize pituitary adenomas when MRI is indeterminate
Esther Lerman Freeman, PsyD
James Hancey, MD
Sean Stanley, MD
Title: Dr, Calmdown (or: how we learned to stop worrying and use benzodiazepines judiciously)
1. Compare generational influences on benzodiazepine prescribing practices.2. Describe benzodiazepine anxiolytics’ indications in anxiety disorders.3. Examine characteristics and risks of various benzodiazepine anxiolytics.
Title: Moving from reactive to proactive stategies to address the crisis of opioid-related harms
1. Describe the shift from prescription to illicit opioids in the evolving crisis of opioid-related harms.2.Identify the opportunities and impact from increasing access to medications for opioid use disorder.3.Discuss prescription opioid supply, harm reduction, and treatment of
Marcel Curlin, MD
Title: Influenza: Update on an old and unpredicable pathogen
1. Know current vaccination recommendations for influenza2. Know treatment options for influenza3. Understand the basis for variable vaccine efficacy and unpredictable pathogenicity of influenza
Christopher M. Jones, PharmD, DrPH, MPH
Title:The Evolving Overdose Epidemic in the U.S.: The Federal Perspective and Response
Mark Shapiro, MD
Title: Physicians in a Disaster: A survival guide
Janis Orlowski, M.D.
Chief Health Care Officer, AAMC
Title: The Role and Impact of Students in Advancing Tomorrow’s Healthcare
• Academic Medicine’s societal influence on health care • the role of technology in medical education and how its transforming health care practices• how this and future generations of students will continue to advance the health care of populations throughout the nation
Kaveh Sharzehi, MD
Leah Wilson, MD
David Woodland, MD
Title: Total Pancreatectomy with Islet Auto Transplantation
Jesse Keller, M.D.
Title: Calciphylaxis: Updates in Diagnosis and Management
1. To appreciate the many risk factors of calciphylaxis outside of elevated calcium and phosphate and conceptualize them as contributing to a “pretest probability” prior to examining the patient.
2. To recall the variety of endocrine, hematologic, dermatologic, and radiographic tests that can be considered in a workup for cutaneous necrotic ulceration.
3. To understand that calciphylaxis is often a diagnosis of exclusion and can be treated empirically in a patient with suggestive risk factors after an exhaustive search for other causes of cutaneous necrotic ulceration has come up empty.
Matthew Riddle, MD
Title: Individualizing Insulin Therapy for Type 2 Diabetes
David I. Daikh, MD, PhD
Gout - New trials and tribulations for a very old disease
1. Recognize challenges in managing gout
2. Appreciate new treatment targets for gout
3. Understand current treatment guidelines for gout
David Dorr. M.D.,M.S.
Title: Improving research through informatics: changing opportunities in data, algorithms, and models of research
• Understand realities and goals of research informatics, focusing on data, information, and knowledge.
• Explore use of algorithms and data at OHSU to facilitate improved care and knowledge generation.
• Define data-driven models of research and the path to being a learning organization.
Katie Artis, M.D.,M.P.H.
Title: Outpatient Medical Specialty Telemedicine: Do or Don't?
Andy Seaman, MD
TITLE: Dawn of a New Era of Hepatitis C: A Path Toward Elimination
-Understand the current state of hepatitis C in Oregon
-Understand the concept of HCV macro and microelimination
-Introduction to treatment of HCV in people who use drugs
-Describe current and planned innovations in HCV elimination in Oregon
-YOUR role in hepatitis C elimination
Thomas Deloughery, MD
TITLE: Thin Air, Thick Blood: High Altitude Medicine
Bethany T. Samuelson Bannow
Title: Women’s Health, VTE and Anticoagulation
Develop familiarity with associations between various estrogen therapies and risk of VTE
Review management of estrogen-associated VTE
Discuss anticoagulant-associated uterine bleeding
Nathan R. Selden
Title: The Rhetoric of Medicine: Lessons on Professionalism from Ancient Greece
After the lecture, attendees will be able to:
1. Describe similarities in the impact of money on medical practice in ancient Greece and modern America.
2. Identify the implications of the Hippocratic Case Studies and Thucydides for understanding physician burnout.
3. Describe opportunities to improve modern medical practice by understanding assumptions arising from ancient medical rhetoric.
Robert F. Klein
Title: Primary Hyperparathyroidism
At the completion of this activity, the participant will be able to:
• DESCRIBE the burden, clinical presentation, and diagnostic features of primary hyperparathyroidism• RECOGNIZE the pathophysiologic consequences that can accompany autonomous secretion of parathyroid hormone • INTEGRATE current evaluation and management guidelines into the care of patients with primary hyperparathyroidism
Paul Yeaton, MD
Title: Pancreatitis Perspectives from an Interventionalist
1. Distinguish between acute and chronic pancreatitis2. Distinguish between alcohol and gallstone pancreatitis3. Understand methods to assess severity of pancreatitis
Punag Divanji, MD, FACC
Title: New Paradigms in Acute Coronary Syndrome
Great strides have been made in the last > 25 years in the diagnosis and treatment of acute coronary syndrome.
- In the last few years, we have gained ground with more nuanced testing and treatment decisions.
- High sensitivity troponin will help us to better identify and risk stratify patients with suspected acute coronary syndrome. Protocol coming to OHSU soon.
- Acute coronary syndrome remains a leading cause of morbidity and mortality, requiring further research into prevention and treatment.
Nathalie Pamir, PhD
Title: Lp(a), Plasminogen, and Cellular Sterol Regulation: Tip of the Iceberg
1) how do plasma lipids contribute to CVD risk?
2) understand the new metrics to measure HDLs contribution to CVD risk
3) understand the role of lipoprotein (a) in CVD risk
Jonathan Lindner, Professor
Title: The Coronary Microcirculation: A Critical Target in Cardiovascular Medicine
Tyra L Fainstad, M.D.
Renata Thronson, M.D.,FACC
Title: The Feedback Alliance: Lessons and confessions from fixed-mindset faculty
- Reframe traditional understanding of feedback as top-down information delivery to a bi-directional “Feedback Alliance” - Explore a framework to support the Feedback Alliance - Discuss evidence-based strategies to encourage growth mindset in learners and credible coaching in faculty
Peter Ubel, M.D.
Title: Sick to Debt: How Smarter Markets Lead to Better Care
John M. Townes, MD Professor of Medicine, Interim Division Head Division of Infectious Diseases, OHSU
Bill B. Messer, M.D., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology, School of Medicine, Molecular Microbiology and Immunology Graduate Program, School of Medicine, Program in Molecular and Cellular Biosciences, School of Medicine
Molly Hale, M.P.H. Dir, Infection Prevention & Control HC.Infection Control
2019 Novel Coronavirus: update on and evolving pandemic
Shehzad Rehman, M.D.
Title: Use of HCV Positive Donor Organs in Kidney Transplantation
Upon completion of this lecture, participants will be able to:
Jeff Gold, M.D.
Title: Physician workflow and the EHR. It’s a Sprint NOT a Marathon to 2025!
Thomas Deloughery, M.D.
Title: Do’s and Don’ts of DOAC
1. Understand the basic pharmacology of these anticoagulants
2. Learn which patients are appropriate and inappropriate for these new drugs
3. Learn to deal with practical issues such as reversal and need for monitoring.
Tom Beer, M.D.
Title: Tackling testosterone to vanquish prostate cancer
1.To understand the role of androgen signaling in prostate cancer and the therapeutic opportunity it represents
2. Utilizing enzalutamide, to illustrate the path from pre-clinical experiments to change in standards of care
3. To review the opportunity for learning presented by large phase III trial data sets
Esther Choo, M.D.
Title: Can We Create a Healthcare Culture of Trust and Excellence?
-To define and describe the occurrence of gender inequity and harassment in healthcare
-To discuss the impact of these problems on the healthcare workforce
-To discuss potential approaches to these problems
Shahana Baig-Lewis, MD, MPH; Kimberly Chesteen, MD; Patricia Liu, MD; Riana Wurzburger, MD, MPH
Title: Women in Leadership
Donna Hansel, MD,PhD; Daniel Streblow, PhD; Guang Fan, MD,PhD; Mick Scanlan, M.D.
Title: SARS-CoV-2 Test Development and Applications
-Explain the current understanding of SARS-CoV-2 pathophysiology
-Describe the role of PCR testing in the setting of acute SARS-CoV-2 infection
-Understand antibody testing platforms, utility, including limitations of use
Andrea Cedfeldt, M.D., Sydney Ey, PhD, Kai Roller, M.S.W., Abigail Lenhart, M.D., Megan Furnari., M.D./M.S.
Title: Wellness in the time of COVID-19
Matthew DiVeronica, M.D., Bryn McGhee, M.D., Anne Smeraglio, M.D., Chris Terndrup, M.D.
Title: Videoconferencing: A steep learning curve for curricula & meetings
1. Describe what videoconferencing offers for medical educators.2. Create materials best suited for videoconferencing.3. Host a videoconference session successfully and professionally.4. Show best practices in videoconferencing.
Suzanne Watnick, M.D.
Title: Shifting Kidney Care with the COVID Pandemic
1) Share how patient care was transformed for a vulnerable (dialysis) population
2) Describe how policy translates to practice during a pandemic
3) Outline the importance of medical leadership during a time of crisis, and how we can provide it
Avital O'Glasser, M.D., Jacqueline Levene, M.D., Jenna Anderson, M.D., Kelly Jensen, M.D., Simone Dekker M.D., Derrick Tao, M.D.
Title: Best of Resident Scholarship
Rebecca Silbermann, MD
Title: Myeloma Precursor Disease: Evolving Definitions and Treatment Paradigms
1) Define high risk MGUS
2) Define smoldering myeloma
3) Identify risk factors of high risk smoldering myeloma
Reem Hasan, MD
Title: Pediatric to Adult Transition: Current State, Next Steps
1.Define pediatric to adult transition
2.Describe the landscape of pediatric to adult care at OHSU
3.Outline the elements of a formal transition program
Deborah Meyers MD, FRACP, FACC
Title: Peripartum Cardiomyopathy and Pre-eclampsia - Are these immune mediated vascular diseases?
1.Understand the incidence and prevalence of peripartum cardiomyopathy and pre-eclampsia
2. Understand the issue of micro-chimerism as a normal in normal pregnancies
3. Understand that pregnancy complications impact subsequent cardiovascular disease in women
Dayle Hodge MD, MS, PhD
Title: Health Problems In Urban Communities
1. Understand historical context for modern day health disparities2. Understand the effect of Environment on Health Disparities3. Understand the effect of Social Policy and Legislation on Health Disparities
Joaquin Cigarroa MD
Title: Cardiovascular Disease and Social Disparities. A Need for Intentional Action
1. Understand the interaction between social determinants of health and health disparities.2. Assess whether clinical care differs based on race and ethnicity.3. Assess whether clinical outcomes differ based on race and ethnicity.
Katherine Mackey, MD
Title: Evidence Synthesis in the Era of COVID-19
1. To identify the limitations of evidence regarding COVID-19, particularly in regards to “pre-prints”
2. To recognize what components of observational studies must be reported to evaluate whether the study results are reliable
3. To demonstrate an approach to discussing COVID-related uncertainty with patients
Juliana Bernstein, MPAS, PA-C
Emily Morgan, MD
Sarah Goodlin, MD
Katie Drago, MD
Title: Too Many to Just Right: The how, when & why of deprescribing
1. Enhance ability and comfort with deprescribing medications across stages of later life and settings of care
2. Access evidence based tools for safe and successful deprescribing
3. Describe OHSU’s efforts to support safer prescribing for older adults
Marcia A. Friedman, MD
Title: ANCA Vasculitis: beyond the guidelines
1. Vasculitis refresher: when to suspect vasculitis?
2. Plasmapharesis (in addition to standard therapy) is likely not effective for severe ANCA vasculitis.
3. Blocking IL-5 is a new treatment available for eosinophilic GPA
Andre Mansoor MD, Joseph Nugent MD
Title: The Art and Science of the Jugular Venous Pulse
1. Learn how to identify the jugular venous pulse2. Learn how to perform a quantitative assessment of the jugular venous pulse3. Learn how to perform a qualitative assessment of the jugular venous pulse
Catherine "Terri" Hough, MD MSc
Title: Outcomes after critical illness
1. Review early and late impairments among survivors of critical illness
2. Recognize risk factors associated with post-ICU impairments
3. Identify potential opportunities to improve outcomes after ICU
David Ellison, MD
Title: Integrating evidence and physiology to use diuretics effectively
1.Pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic differences between loop diuretics and their implications for treatment.2.Mechanisms of distal nephron adaptation to chronic loop diuretic use and implications for diuretic treatment.3.The difference between functional acute kidney injury and true kidney damage in the setting of diuresis
Monica Sikka, MD; Luke Strnad, MD
Title: Managing complex bacterial infections in individuals with poverty, housing insecurity, and substance use disorders
1. Summarize the growing burden of social determinants of health in those with severe bacterial infections. Describe the cascade of these determinants' interactions with infectious diseases.
2. Outline novel care models to enhance treatment of bacterial infections in these vulnerable populations highlighting novel care models implemented at OHSU.
3. Brainstorm limitations around current care models and ways to advance the care of vulnerable populations in our community.
Jeffrey A. Gold, MD; Pavan Chopra, MD
Title: The potential pitfalls of turning medicine into a “Game of Phones”
1. Summarize the integration of telehealth into clinical practice
2. Review potential adverse outcomes associated with telehealth model of care
3. Analyze the factors associated with disparities in health care access and quality in telehealth
Silvio de Melo, MD
Title: New Frontiers in Endoscopic Ultrasound
1. Elaborate of areas of unmet needs for endoscopic ultrasound
2. Describe the pros and cons for an endoscopic approach
3. Identify patients who are not candidates for an endoscopic approach
Craig Williams, PharmD
Title: Use drugs, not too much, mostly ones that work
1. Understand current use and costs of prescription drugs in the U.S. Healthcare system.2. Analyze trials of a couple commonly used drug classes and discuss their true benefits and costs.3. Recognize a couple common cognitive biases in prescription drug use and techniques for their mitigation.
Abigail Khan, MD, MSCE
Title: Adult congenital heart disease care in 2020: Expanding access and addressing disparities
1. Learn to recognize adult congenital heart disease (ACHD) and understand the need for disease-specific follow-up.
2. Understand the challenges faced by ACHD patients in managing lifelong illness and accessing appropriate care.
3. Discuss the basic principles of ACHD management for non-ACHD health care providers.
Jessica Yu MD, MS, Andrea Stroud MD, Farah Husain MD, Jonathan Purnell MD
Title: Obesity Management: A multidisciplinary approach
1) Understand surgical and non-surgical options for primary weight loss2) Understand strategies for weight regain3) Understand the multi-disciplinary approach available OHSU
Title: COVID Coagulopathy
Kerry Kuehl MD DrPH MS
Title: Effects of Work Related stress on the Brain and How to Reduce Impact and Improve Well-Being
1.Learn impact of occupational stress
2.Define effects of acute and chronic stress on brain function
3.Implement health promotion strategies for stress related illness
Melissa Begay, MD
Title: COVID-19 in the remote Navajo Southwest
Learning Objectives:1. Gain a basic understanding of the unique relationship the Navajo Nation has with the United States Government and how it influences its health care system2. Learn how COVID-19 has disproportionately affecting the Navajo Nation3. Discuss how contributing factors have led to its emerging outbreak
Anya Solotskaya, MD
Title: Bias In Medical Documentation and Patient Care
Learning Objectives: - Outline common biases encountered in clinical care - Discuss the effects of structural violence on health - Learn ways to document race, ethnicity, gender and other social determinant of health in the EHR
Monica Peek, M.D., M.P.H., M.S., F.A.C.P.
Title: Structural Inequities and Diabetes: Challenges and Solutions
1. To understand the types of health disparities in the U.S. and integrated approaches to address them2. To understand how structural inequities contribute to diabetes health disparities3. To know how to engage patients in clinical settings and community settings to promote diabetes self-management
Kalani L. Raphael, MD MS
Title: Metabolic acidosis in chronic kidney disease – from physiology to alkaline diets
William Hersh, MD, FACP, FACMI, FAMIA, FIAHSI
Title: The Informatics Response to COVID-19
1. Define the field of informatics and its role in addressing COVID-19
2. Describe the major informatics responses to COVID-19
3. Discuss the critical initiatives of informatics going beyond COVID-19
David Lewinsohn, MD, PhD
Title: There’s Nothing Latent about Latent TB
1) Understand the global impact of TB, and how the natural history of this disease makes it so difficult to eradicate.
2) Understand the full spectrum of human infection with Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
3) Understand how targeting of those at risk to develop TB might facilitate TB eradication
Eric Herman, MD
Title: Population Health – 2021
1. What is public health vs. population health2. How was population health leveraged during the pandemic3. What is OHSUs infrastructure and vision for population health
Shivaani Kummar, MD, FACP
Title: Translating discoveries to Cures: Process of drug development
1.Learn the steps in the drug development pipeline
2. Overview of early phase clinical trial endpoints
3. Concept of Optimal biologic dose
Daniela Ghetie, MD
Title: Idiopathic Inflammatory Myopathies- from diagnosis to management
1. Able to recognize clinical and pathological features of inflammatory myopathies2. Updates on Myositis Specific Antibodies and identifying different clinical phenotypes3. Advances in treatment on inflammatory myopathies
Emery Lin, MD
Title: Eosinophilic Esophagitis: Updates in Diagnosis and Management
1. Be aware of other diseases that can cause esophageal eosinophilia2. Understand role of dietary, medical, and endoscopic intervention in treatment of EOE3. Knowledge of therapeutic algorithm for clinical management of EOE
Adrienne Kovacs, PhD
Title: Behavioral Cardiology: The Why and the How
1. Describe the bidirectional relationship between psychological and cardiovascular well-being.2. Explain benefits of an integrated approach to behavioral cardiology3. Be able to apply this approach to other medical specialties
Jonathan Purnell, MD
Title: Obesity and Preventative Cardiology
1. To understand obesity’s contribution to premature CAD risk and mortality2. To describe the physiologic links between obesity, central obesity, and risk for CAD3. To formulate therapeutic approaches to weight management that reduce adverse cardiovascular outcomes by targeting pharmacologic and surgical weight loss
Patricia Ritze, MD
Mikhael Hendricks, MD
Title: Department of Medicine M&M
1. Highlight inter-hospital transfer as a critical transition of care2. Recognize transfer requests as an opportunity to ensure care for the right patient, at the right time, in the right place3. Outline the transfer process at OHSU
Sonnet Jonker, PhD
Knight Cardiovascular Institute, OHSU
Title: Normal and anemia-driven growth of the perinatal heart
1. Understand the unique growth pathways of the developing heart2. Appreciate the responsivity of the fetal heart to intrauterine stress3. Consider the life-long implications of prenatal environment for adult health
Aaron Wightman, MD, MA
Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Title: Cognitive Ability as Rationing Criteria: a Critical Examination as Criterion for Solid Organ Transplant Candidacy
1. Recognize the relevant state and federal laws and professional and institutional guidelines that impact the use of cognition as criterion for transplant candidacy. 2. Identify the ethical considerations in the use of cognition as a criterion for transplant candidacy. 3. Reflect critically on the use of cognition as rationing criteria.
Jason Webb, MD, DFAPA, FAAHPM Thomas LeBlanc, MD, MA, MHS, FAAHPM Areej El-Jawahri, MD
Title: Integrated Palliative Care in Hematologic Malignancies
1. Identify the unmet palliative care needs in hematologic malignancies2. Review barriers to palliative care integration in hematologic malignancies3. Discuss integration strategies and models of care for palliative care in hematologic malignancies
ABMS member boards require an assessment in order to award MOC Part II points.
Instructions for earning MOC points for this course
You will be asked to provide a short (25 word minimum) reflection of what you learned at this session. The reflection should take the form of a clinical pearl from the talk that you will take back to your practice or share with a colleague. This reflection is separate from the speaker evaluation and should refer to your learning, rather than the content or quality of the talk. The reflections will be anonymized and shared with other participants.
Successful completion of this CME activity, which includes participation in the evaluation component, enables the participant to earn up to 1.0 Medical Knowledge MOC points in the American Board of Internal Medicine's (ABIM) Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program. Participants will earn MOC points equivalent to the amount of CME credits claimed for the activity. It is the CME activity provider's responsibility to submit participant completion information to ACCME for the purpose of granting ABIM MOC credit.