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8TH ANNUAL JOSEFINA MAGNO CONFERENCE SERIES

October 23­25, 2006 Fairview Park Marriott Falls Church, VA Advancing Skills and Knowledge in Palliative Care

THE MANY FACES of PAIN in PALLIATIVE

There is a critical and growing need for healthcare professionals who are knowledgeable and competent in effective, evidence-based strategies and techniques in pain management for advanced disease.

Who Should Attend?

Healthcare professionals involved in the care of patients experiencing pain with advanced disease from settings including hospitals, palliative care services, home or inpatient hospice, home health care, skilled nursing facilities, or assisted living facilities will benefit from this program. This conference is designed for: · Physicians · Advanced practice nurses · Nurses · Social workers, and bereavement and other counselors · Pastoral care providers, pastoral counselors, chaplains, and faith leaders

THE MANY FACES of PAIN in PALLIATIVE CARE

offers you those strategies and techniques.

Pain, universally and across the ages, causes undue human suffering. It is considered a major health problem in the US and worldwide, and has now become an important priority in healthcare. In fact, in November 2000, Congress mandated that 2001­2010 be designated as the "`Decade of Pain Control and Research,"* effectively demanding more energy, research, and focus on better management of all types of pain. Halfway through this decade, it is imperative to ask, "What has been accomplished?" and, more importantly, "How are recent advances in treatment for pain improving the quality of life for patients in our care?" This insightful conference, THE MANY FACES of PAIN in PALLIATIVE CARE, addresses these questions. THE MANY FACES of PAIN in PALLIATIVE CARE offers: · New evidence and best practices regarding pain assessment and methods of controlling pain for patients with advanced disease · Impact of culture on pain management · Variables regarding pain management for children with advanced disease · Recommendations to surmount barriers to effective pain management · Personal pain: approaches to management

* H.R. 2344, Title VI, Section 1603

Learn from the Best!

The faculty for THE MANY FACES of PAIN in PALLIATIVE CARE is a veritable "Who's Who" of internationally recognized experts in palliative care. There will be presentations and interactions with: · Mary Wright Baylor, MSN, RN, Executive Director, Institute for Education and Leadership at Capital Hospice · Anne Berger, MD, MSN, Chief, Pain and Palliative Care Service, NIH · Susan Lowell Butler, Executive Director, DC Cancer Consortium · Eleanor Clift, Journalist, Newsweek Contributor · Malene Davis, MBA, MSN, RN, CHPN, President and Chief Executive Officer, Capital Hospice; Chairperson Elect, Board of Directors, National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization · John F. Dombrowski, MD, Director, The Washington Pain Center, Associate Professor Georgetown University; Director, Pain Medicine Services, Georgetown University Hospital · Betty Ferrell, PhD, RN, FAAN, Research Scientist, City of Hope National Medical Center; principal investigator of the End-of-Life Nursing Education Consortium (ELNEC) · Frank Ferris, MD, Medical Director, Palliative Care Standards and Outcome Measures, San Diego Hospice; Co-principal of the Education for Physicians on End-of-Life Care (EPEC) ProjectTM · Perry Fine, MD, Medical Director, National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization; Past President of the American Pain Society · Gary Gardia, MEd, LCSW, Director of the Center for Compassionate Care, Las Vegas, NV · Gregory Gagnon, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Radiation Medicine, Georgetown University Hospital

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October 23­25, 2006 · Fairview Park Marriott, Falls Church, VA Conference Co-Sponsors

Hospice and home care volunteers Therapists (physical, occupational, art, music and complementary) Hospice, palliative care, and nursing home administrators Certified nursing assistants

Georgetown University Hospital, Office of Post-Graduate Education Virginia Nurses Association Association of Social Work Boards California Board of Behavioral Sciences Association of Professional Chaplains

Continuing Medical Education credits appropriate to physicians and nurse practitioners and contact hours appropriate to nurses, social workers and chaplains are awarded for attendance at THE MANY FACES of PAIN in PALLIATIVE CARE.

Academic Sponsors

· John A. Gilbert, Jr., Director, Hyman, Phelps, and McNamara, PC · Carlos Gomez, PhD, MD, Associate Director, Institute for Education and Leadership at Capital Hospice · Bernice Catherine Harper, MSW, MPH, Medical Care Advisor, Health Care Financing Administration · Charles Harrison, MD, Medical Director, Hospice and Palliative Medicine, VA Maryland Healthcare Systems · Joan Harrold, MD, MPH, FAAHPM, Medical Director, Hospice of Lancaster County; National Council Hospice and Palliative Professionals (NCHPP) Section Leader, Physician · Jessica Heintz, MD, Hospice Medical Director and Fellowship Director, Capital Hospice · Mary Lynn McPherson, PharmD, BCPS, Associate Professor, University of Maryland School of Pharmacy · J. Cameron Muir, MD, Vice President, Medical Services, Capital Hospice; President-elect, American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine · Tomasz Okon, MD, Fellowship Director, Palliative Care Service, Marshfield Clinic, Marshfield, Wisconsin · Susan K. Rogers, MS, BSN, RN, CHPN, Associate Director, Institute for Education and Leadership at Capital Hospice · J. Donald Schumacher, PsyD, President and CEO, National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization · Hank Willner, MD, Associate Fellowship Director, Capital Hospice · Beth Westbrook, BS, Executive Director, Hope Street Kids · Joanne Wolfe, MD, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School Georgetown University, Center for Clinical Bioethics Georgetown University, School of Medicine Georgetown University, School of Nursing and Health Studies

Corporate Sponsors

Baxter Healthcare Corporation Halozyme Therapeutics Hospice Pharmacia Tom and Susan Jordan Sunrise Senior Living Toyota Motor Sales, USA

Special Exhibits: The Art and Science of Palliative Care

Pain and Suffering in History--Narratives of Science, Medicine and Culture exhibit, John C. Liebeskind History of Pain Collection at the Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library, UCLA. Hospice: A Photographic Inquiry, by Jack Radcliffe, exhibited at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, 1996.

Evidence-Based Palliative Care Institute Pre-Conference in Dementia

Jointly Sponsored by Baxter Healthcare Corporation and Halozyme Therapeutics

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Relevant, practical, and applicable, the pre-conference, INTERVENTIONAL PAIN MANAGEMENT in PALLIATIVE CARE, focuses on interventional techniques for treatment of regional, uncontrolled, or intractable pain. Several therapeutic methods will be discussed at length, including mechanical, adjuvant pharmacological, subcutaneous infusion, alternative, complementary and radiation therapies. Presentations will also feature discussion of appropriate reasons for utilization of pain therapies, an overview of best-practice modalities, expected outcomes and case studies with interactive discussion. Agenda--Monday, October 23, 2006 9:30am­10:00am 10:00am­10:15am Registration Welcome and Opening Remarks Carlos Gomez, PhD, MD Opening Plenary Interventional Modalities: Changing Times for Pain in Palliative Care John Dombrowski, MD Charles Harrison, MD Lunch Pain: Politics and Policy John A. Gilbert, Jr. General Plenary Hope for the Future: Evidence Pending Modalities Tomasz Okon, MD Hank Willner, MD General Plenary Current Pain Studies Carlos Gomez, PhD, MD Interactive Workshop Challenging Case Study Application J. Cameron Muir, MD General Plenary Alternative and Complementary Therapies for Pain Ann Berger, MD, MSN General Plenary Interventional Radiation for Pain in Palliative Care Gregory Gagnon, MD Jessica Heintz, MD Reception Sponsored by: Toyota Motor Sales, USA and The Big Tattoo Wines

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Conference Agenda

Tuesday, October 24, 2006 7:30am­8:30am Continental Breakfast 8:30am­8:45am Opening Remarks Mary Wright Baylor, MSN, RN 8:45am­9:45am Opening Plenary The Mandate to Control Pain J. Donald Schumacher, PsyD 9:45am­10:45am General Plenary From the Bench to the Bedside Perry Fine, MD 11:00am­12:00 noon General Plenary Reviewing Essentials of Pain Management Frank Ferris, MD 12:00 noon­1:30pm Josefina Magno Excellence in Education and Leadership Awards Luncheon Award Recipients: Betty Ferrell, PhD, RN, FAAN; Frank Ferris, MD; Gary Gardia, MEd, LCSW 1:30pm­2:30pm Panel Discussion In Our Own Voices: Pain and Life from the Consumer's Perspective Susan Lowell Butler Beth Westbrook 2:30pm­3:30pm General Plenary Pain Management Within the Interdisciplinary Team Gary Gardia, MEd, LCSW 3:45pm­4:45pm Closing Plenary Pain and the Human Condition Tomasz Okon, MD 4:45pm­5:00pm Closing Remarks

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Wednesday, October 25, 2006 7:30am­8:30am Continental Breakfast 8:30am­8:45am Opening Remarks Susan K. Rogers, MS, BSN, RN, CHPN 8:45am­9:45am Opening Plenary Why Does It Continue to Be So Hard? Barriers to Pain Management Malene Davis, MBA, MSN, RN, CHPN 9:45am­10:45am General Plenary Children and Pain Joanne Wolfe, MD 11:00am­12:00 noon General Plenary Cultural Influences in Pain Management Frank Ferris, MD Mary Wheeler, MSN, RN, CHPN 12:00 noon­1:30pm Lunch The Media and End of Life Eleanor Clift 1:30pm­2:30pm General Plenary Professionalism and Pain Management Joan Harrold, MD, MPH, FAAHPM 2:30pm­3:30pm General Plenary Pain Management and Addiction Mary Lynn McPherson, PharmD, BCPS 3:45pm­4:45pm Closing Plenary Our Ethical Response to Pain and Suffering Betty Ferrell, PhD, FAAN 4:45pm­5:00pm Closing Remarks

Three Good Wines for One Great Cause

The wine comes from two brothers, Alex, a wine importer, and Erik, a tattoo artist, who wanted to pay homage to their late mother, Liliana, who passed away from cancer. With their combined talent and effort, they created Big Tattoo Wines. For every bottle sold, 50 cents is donated, in the name of Liliana S. Bartholomaus, to 501(c)3, nonprofit organizations with missions that focus on breast cancer research and hospice care. The project has already raised $500,000 in donation funds. More information is available at www. bigtattoowines.com Thanks to the generosity of Big Tattoo Wines, the Institute for Education and Leadership at Capital Hospice is pleased to offer a tasting of these wines at a Welcome Reception and Wine Tasting, Monday evening, October 23, 2006.

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Registration Instructions

Early registration is strongly encouraged to qualify for discounted conference fees. Additionally, space is limited. You can register for the conference in any of these easy ways: · Register online at www.capitalhospice.org/institute · Register by mailing or faxing the attached, completed Registration Form, or call directly Via Fax: 703.538.2069 Via Mail: Institute for Education and Leadership at Capital Hospice, 6565 Arlington Blvd., Suite 501, Falls Church, VA 22042, Attn: Institute Registrar Via Phone: 703.531.6247 Payment Options Online or phone payment is accepted via Visa, Mastercard or American Express. Fax or mail payment is accepted via Visa, Mastercard, American Express, check or money order. Checks must be made payable to The Institute for Education and Leadership at Capital Hospice. Group Registration/Discount When five or more participants from the same organization register on or before October 13, 2006, there will be a 10% discount off the applicable registration fee. To receive this discount, all participants must register online at www.capitalhospice.org/institute, at the same time, with payment in full. Use the discount code "Group Discount." Cancellation Policy Capital Hospice will refund your tuition, less a $50 administrative processing fee, when written notice of your withdrawal is received on or before October 13, 2006. After October 13, 2006, we will be unable to issue a refund. You may, however, substitute a colleague without penalty.

Additional Conference Information

Location

The conference will be held at the Fairview Park Marriott, 3111 Fairview Park Drive, in Falls Church, Virginia, located 20 minutes from both Dulles International and Reagan National Airports. The hotel and conference facilities are conveniently located off the Capital Beltway, five minutes south of Tyson's Corner Mall. The hotel offers complimentary shuttle service to and from the Dunn Loring Metro Station (Orange Line) every hour on the half hour, during the day (beginning at 6:30am and ending at 8:30pm). Driving Directions: From the Capital Beltway (I-495), go to Exit 50B (Rt. 50 East/Arlington Boulevard). Follow signs to Fairview Park Development; then follow to Fairview Park SOUTH. The hotel is on the left at 3111 Fairview Park Drive. Ample free parking is available. Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), with the joint sponsorship of the Georgetown University Hospital Office of PostGraduate Education and Capital Hospice. The Georgetown University Hospital Office of Post-Graduate Education is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The Georgetown University Hospital Office of Post-Graduate Education designates this educational activity for a maximum of 19.8 hours in Category I credit toward the Physician's Recognition Award of the American Medical Association. Physicians should claim only those hours he/she actually spends in the conference. Nurses: Capital Hospice awards a maximum of 23.4 contact hours for all three days for nurses for this program and is approved as a provider of continuing education in nursing by the Virginia Nurses Association, which is accredited as an approver of continuing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. Social Workers: Capital Hospice, provider #1088, is approved as a provider for social work continuing education by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) through the Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program. Capital Hospice maintains responsibility for the program. Social workers may receive a maximum of 19.8 continuing education hours for participating all three days of this conference. California Marriage and Family Therapists (MFT); Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSW); Licensed Educational Psychologists (LEP); MFT Interns and Associate Clinical Social Workers (ASW): Capital Hospice is approved by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences to provide continuing education hours, until May 31, 2008. According to Article 1887.5, one hour of instruction is equal to one hour of continuing education credit. MFT, LCSW, LEP and ASWs may receive a maximum of 19.8 continuing education hours for participating all three days of this conference. Chaplains: The Institute for Education and Leadership at Capital Hospice has applied for Continuing Chaplaincy Education (CCE) hours from the Association of Professional Chaplains (APC).

Accommodations

Located in a scenic park-like setting, the Fairview Park Marriott is a fullservice, luxury facility offering several restaurants, indoor pool, sauna, whirlpool, health club and jogging path. A block of rooms has been reserved for conference participants at a special rate of $174.00 per night (exclusive of state and local taxes) for the nights of October 21 thru October 25, 2006. In order to receive this special group rate, individual guests should reserve their rooms directly with Marriott Reservations at 1.800.228.9290 and request the Palliative Care Conference rate. Standard check-in time is 4:00pm; check out time is 12:00pm. Any individual cancellations or changes must be made before 6:00pm on the arrival date to avoid a penalty. The reservation cut-off date is October 15, 2006. Reservations received after this date will be accepted on a space and rate available basis.

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

If you require any special accommodations to ensure your full participation in this activity, please provide that information to Capital Hospice by October 15, 2006 so that appropriate arrangements may be made.

Continuing Education--CME Credits and Contact Hours

Physicians: This conference has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and Policies of the Accreditation

For more information or questions about this conference, please contact the Institute Coordinator, at Capital Hospice, 703.531.6247 or visit our website at www.capitalhospice.org/institute

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Participant Information

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Pre-Conference: Mon., Oct. 23 / Conference: Tues. and Wed., Oct. 24 and 25

Remember, Group Rate available (see previous page)

Early Bird Standard Last Minute Jul. 15­Sept. 8 Sept. 9­Oct. 13 After Oct. 13 1-Day Pre-conference Professional Rate $130 $175 $205 1-Day Pre-conference Student Rate* $99 $99 $99 Pre-conference Institute and 2-Day Conference Professional Rate $360 $470 $495 Pre-conference Institute and 2-Day Conference Physician Rate $385 $495 $520 Pre-conference Institute and 2-Day Conference Student Rate* $210 $260 $280 2-Day Conference Professional Rate $260 $320 $350 2-Day Conference Physician Rate $285 $325 $365 2-Day Conference Student Rate* $175 $175 $175 1-Day Conference Professional Rate $205 $205 $260 1-Day Conference Physician Rate $230 $250 $275 1-Day Conference Student Rate* $99 $99 $99

*Students must provide a current Student ID Card at registration and be currently registered for 12 or more credits at an accredited college/university.

Social Security Number (Required for those applying for social work continuing education hours or CME credits. Number may be provided onsite at the conference.) Discipline Organization Address City Daytime Phone Email State Fax Zip

Yes, I will be attending the conference as indicated below. I am unable to attend, but would like to make a donation to the Institute for Education and Leadership at Capital Hospice.

Check all that apply: Professional Rate: Pre-conference Institute Pre-conference and Full Conference Full Conference 1-Day pass: October 24 October 25 Physician Rate: Pre-conference Institute Pre-conference and Full Conference Full Conference 1-Day pass: October 24 October 25 Student Rate: Pre-conference Institute Pre-conference and Full Conference Full Conference 1-Day pass: October 24 October 25 Donation Total Due:

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Payment Method

Check/Money Order Enclosed (Checks should be made payable to The Institute for Education and Leadership, Capital Hospice.) VISA MasterCard American Express Credit Card Number (Visa/MC/AmEx) Name as it appears on Card Expiration Date

Four Ways to Register!

Mail registration form to: Registrar Institute for Education and Leadership at Capital Hospice 6565 Arlington Boulevard, Suite 501 Falls Church, VA 22042 Fax registration form to 703.538.2069 Register online at www.capitalhospice.org/institute Call to register at 703.531.6247

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Special Exhibits on The Art and Science of Palliative Care Pain and Suffering in History--Narratives of Science, Medicine and Culture exhibit, John C. Liebeskind History of Pain Collection at the Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library, UCLA. Hospice: A Photographic Inquiry, by Jack Radcliffe, exhibited at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, 1996.

8th Annual Josefina Magno Conference Series

THE MANY FACES of PAIN in PALLIATIVE CARE

October 23­25, 2006 · Fairview Park Marriott, Falls Church, VA

Register Online at www.capitalhospice.org/institute by faxing or mailing the attached registration form, or by calling 703.531.6247

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