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FACULTY FACULTY

Program Director: William C. Roberts, MD Program Director:

Executive Director, Baylor Heart and Vascular Institute William C. Roberts, MD Dean, A. Webb Roberts Center for Continuing Medical Education Executive Director, Baylor Heart and Vascular Institute, and Baylor University Medical Center for Continuing Medical Education, Dean, A. Webb Roberts Center Baylor University Medical Center, Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas Editor in Chief, The American Journal of Cardiology and Editor in Chief, The American Journal of Cardiology and the Baylor University Medical Proceedings Baylor University Medical Center Center Proceedings

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Charles S. Roberts, MD Chief, Section of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery Faculty (cont): The Heart S. Roberts, MD Charles and Vascular Center Winchester Medical Center and Cardiovascular Surgery Chief, Section of Thoracic ValleyHeart and Vascular Center The Health System Winchester, Virginia Winchester Medical Center James T. Willerson, MD Valley Health System President and Medical Director Winchester, Virginia Texas Heart Institute George W. Vetrovec, MD Houston, Texas Martha M. and Harold W. Kimmerling Chair of Cardiology Chairman, Division of Cardiology REGISTRATION FEES & INFORMATION VCU Pauley Heart Center Richmond, Virginia REGISTRATION FEES Discounted..................................$425 Kittie Wyne, MD, PhD If payment received by November 13, 2011. Director, Clinical Research Diabetes Research Center Regular........................................$525 If payment Hospital Research Institute 2011. Methodist received after November 13, Weill Cornell Medical College Nurses/Residents/Students.............$200 The Methodist Hospital *proof of eligibility must accompany registration Houston, Texas Retired Physicians.............$200 Clyde W. Yancy, MD Registration Professor of Medicine Magerstadt Fee Includes: Admittance to scientific sessions, conference materials and all functions as specified in the program. Chief, Division of Cardiology Cancellation: For registration fees to be refunded, written notice of Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine cancellation must be received at the A. Webb Roberts Center by Chicago, Illinois November 13, 2011. Substitutions are accepted with written notification. After November 13, 2011, no refunds willOBJECTIVES EDUCATIONAL be made.

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William E.Chief, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine Clinical Boden, MD Clinical Chief,of MedicineCardiovascular Medicine Professor Division of and Preventive Health Professor of Medicine and Preventive Health & Public Health University of Buffalo Schools of Medicine University of Bu alo Schools of Medicine & Public Health Medical Director, Cardiovascular Services, Kaleida Health Medical Director, Cardiovascular Services, Kaleida Health Chief of Cardiology, Buffalo General and Chief of Cardiology, Bu alo General and Millard Fillmore Hospitals Millard Fillmore Hospitals Bu Buffalo, New York alo, New York

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Robert O. Bonow, MD Robert O. Bonow, MD Goldberg Distinguished Professor of Cardiology Goldberg Distinguished Professor Director, Center for Cardiovascular Innovation Chief, Division of Cardiology Feinberg School of Medicine Northwestern University Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Chicago, Illinois Northwestern Memorial Hospital Caldwell B. Chicago, IllinoisEsselstyn, Jr., MD Preventive Medicine Consultant Cleveland Clinic Wellness Robert M. Doroghazi, MD Institute Lyndhurst, Ohio Cardiologist (retired) Columbia, Missouri Author of The Physician's Guide to Investing: A Practical Approach to Paul A. Grayburn, MD Building Wealth. Springer. Director, Cardiology Research Publisher of "The Physician Investor Newsletter" Baylor University Medical Center Clinical Professor of Medicine Kenneth M. Kent, MD University of Texas Southwestern Medical School Director, Washington Cardiology Center Dallas, Texas Clinical Professor of Medicine GeorgetownKowey, MD Peter R. University Medical Center Washington, DC Chief of Cardiology, Main Line Health William Wikoff Smith Chair in Cardiovascular Research Peter R. Kowey, MD of Medical Research Lankenau Institute Chief of Cardiology, Main and Clinical Pharmacology Professor of Medicine Line Health William Wiko Smith Chair in Cardiovascular Research Thomas Jefferson University, Jefferson Medical College Lankenau Institute of Medical Research Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Professor of Medicine and Clinical Pharmacology Author of Lethal Rhythm, 2010 Thomas Je erson University, Je erson Medical College Barry J. Maron, MD Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Director, Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Center Author of Lethal Rhythm, 2010 Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation Barry J. Maron, MD Minneapolis, Minnesota Director, Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Center Adjunct Professor of Medicine Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation Mayo Clinic Minneapolis, Minnesota Rochester Minnesota Adjunct Professor of Medicine Franz H. Messerli, of Medicine Tufts University SchoolMD Director, Hypertension Program Boston, Massachusetts Professor of Clinical Medicine Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons Peter A. McCullough, MD Division of Cardiology Consultant Cardiologist and Chief, Division of Nutrition and St. Luke and Roosevelt Hospital Preventive Medicine New York, New School William Beaumont York of Medicine and Hospital Royal Oak, Michigan

Sunday, December 6, 2009 Tuesday, December 8, 2009 at The Williamsburg Conference Center Williamsburg, Virginia

Sunday, December 4, 2011Tuesday, December 6, 2011 at

CONFERENCE LOCATION At the conclusion of this conference, participants should be able to:

·Williamsburg Lodgeconcepts in cardiovascular disease prevention, Apply contemporary (Host Hotel)

patient assessment, and management to their clinical practice 310 South England Street ·Williamsburg, Virginiaclinical implications of recent cardiovascular Review findings and 23185 PHONE: (757) 229 -1000 clinical trials

3500 Gaston Avenue, Dallas, Texas 75246 WWW.CMEBAYLOR.ORG

A. Webb Roberts Center for Continuing Medical Education

· Highlight important concepts in management of heart failure.

CORPORATE SUPPORT

Health Care System

Guest rooms are available at a discounted rate. Reservations may heart disease be made directly for any of the o cial Colonial Williamsburg Hotels · phoning (800) 261-9530. To to the the group rate, coronary by Outline practical approaches receivemanagement of it is and valvular heart disease important to reference The 36th Annual Williamsburg Conference · Heart Disease and strategies for arterial narrowing, particularly onDiscuss preventionthe group code THAL09B. All rates are based atherosclerosis, occupancy use of not include tax of 10% plus on single/double through theand do lipid-lowering agents, stents and per room per night. $2.00 lifestyle adjustment Reduced room rates are guaranteed until October 30, 2011. After this date, postedsudden death in on · Discuss hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and rates are based availability. young athletes

· Examine the role of systemic hypertension to prevent heart failure ACCOMMODATIONS · Compare management strategies for acute and chronic ischemic

The Williamsburg Conference Center

Williamsburg, Virginia Program Director William Cli ord Roberts, MD

Program Director

Co-sponsored by

William Clifford Roberts, MD

Several options are available to companies interested in supporting this conference. For more information, please contact NaBrina Webb CORPORATE SUPPORT at (214) 820 2115 or [email protected]

Several options are available to companies interested in WWW.CMEBAYLOR.ORG supporting this conference. For more information, please contact NaBrina Webb at (214) 215-8302 or [email protected]

A. Webb Roberts Center for Continuing Medical Education

Health CareSponsored by System

PROGRAM

olonial Williamsburg is one of those special places, particularly during the holiday season, for learning and lingering. With the exception of 2005, the present program, the 38th of its type, has been held annually in Williamsburg, Virginia, since 1973. The holiday season begins with the Grand Illumination ceremony on Sunday evening, December 4. Each of the 37 previous programs and the present one attempt to provide both the physiologic and structural bases for cardiac dysfunction and ischemia, and therapeutic means to reverse them or to slow their progress. The primary focus is on coronary artery disease, its treatment, and its prevention, but other topics also will be discussed. The program is designed for cardiologists, internists, generalists, and cardiovascular surgeons. The breakfasts, coffee breaks and lunch hopefully will provide the atmosphere for professional enrichment and pleasurable interchange among the enrollees and faculty. The meeting site is only a few steps from the historic buildings and colonial taverns and shops. Just as it was more than two centuries ago, late fall is a perfect time to visit the capital city of colonial Virginia. The weather is usually good this time of year. Williamsburg is easy to get to. It is 15 miles from the Patrick Henry Airport in Newport News, and the Norfolk International Airport and Richmond's Bird International Airport are within an hour's drive. All 3 offer regular limousine service to Williamsburg. The room rates for this meeting are much less than at other times of the year and special rates are provided for attendees of this course. In December the shops are aglow with charming gifts for holiday shoppers. It is hoped that this program will allow the recapturing of some lost knowledge, the rejuvenating of some of our less used mental cells, and the relaxing of some tired bones. All sessions will be held in the Williamsburg Conference Center Auditorium, Williamsburg Lodge, Williamsburg, Virginia. The hotel telephone number is (757) 229-1000.

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM

Sunday, December 4

9:00 am 1:00 pm 1:05 pm

CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION

The A. Webb Roberts Center for Continuing Medical Education of Baylor Health Care System, Dallas designates this educational activity for a maximum of 16.5 AMA PRA Category 1 credit(s)TM. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. The A. Webb Roberts Center for Continuing Medical Education of Baylor Health Care System, Dallas, is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

$200

$200

$425

$525

Visa

2:30 pm 4:00 pm 5:30 pm 5:45 pm

PAYMENT METHOD

*Proof of eligibility must accompany registration

Nurses/Residents/Students

Discounted........................................................................$425 If payment received by November 13, 2011. Regular ..............................................................................$525 If payment received after November 13, 2011. Nurses/Residents/Students ...........................................$200 *proof of eligibility must accompany registration Retired Physicians ...........................................................$200 Registration Fee Includes: Admittance to scientific sessions, conference materials and all functions as specified in the program. Cancellation: For registration fees to be refunded, written notice of cancellation must be received at the A. Webb Roberts Center by November 13, 2011. Substitutions are accepted with written notification. After November 13, 2011, no refunds will be made.

Retired Physicians

Discounted:

Full/Onsite:

7:30 am 8:00 am 9:30 am

11:00 am 11:30 am 1:00 pm 2:00 pm

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM REGISTRATION

Last 4 digits of SSN

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7:30 am 8:00 am 9:30 am

1:00 pm

City/State/Zip code/ Country

Preferrred Mailing Address

Cardiology Research

11:00 am 11:30 am

Institute/Department

Continental Breakfast Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy: The Second 50 Years...and Sudden Death in Young Athletes Barry J. Maron, MD Why Should We Worry about Glucose Control Since it Does Not Prevent Cardiovascular Events? Kittie L. Wyne, MD Coffee and Conversation Treating the Cause of Coronary Artery Disease* Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr, MD Adjourn

Endocrinology Surgery

All rates are based on single/double occupancy and do not include tax of 10% plus $2.00 per room per night. Reduced room rates are guaranteed until November 3, 2011. After this date, posted rates are based on availability. www.CMEBAYLOR.org www.williamsburgheartconference.org

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* Spouses and friends invited to attend

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Specialty:

Vegetarian Diet

Guest rooms are available at a discounted rate. Reservations may be made directly for any of the official Colonial Williamsburg Hotels by phoning (800) 261-9530. To receive the group rate, it is important to reference The 38th Annual Williamsburg Conference on Heart Disease and the group code 15380.

FAX

Tuesday, December 6

ACCOMMODATIONS

Internal Medicine Other:

5:00 pm

DEGR EE:

3:30 pm

Williamsburg Lodge (Host Hotel) 310 South England Street Williamsburg, Virginia 23185 PHONE: (757) 229 -1000

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CONFERENCE LOCATION

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Continental Breakfast Cardiac Safety of Non-Cardiac Drugs: What You Don't Know Can Hurt You Peter R. Kowey, MD Evaluation and Management of Ischemic Left Ventricular Dysfunction Robert O. Bonow, MD Coffee and Conversation Treatment of Heart Failure: a Cornucopia of Choice What to Use, When and How Clyde W. Yancy, MD Lunch Evaluation of Patients with Prosthetic/Bioprosthetic Heart Valves and Current Status of Percutaneous Aortic and Mitral Valve Therapies Paul A. Grayburn, MD Managing Hypertension for Optimal Blood Pressure Control Franz H. Messerli, MD Adjourn

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Monday, December 5

If payment is received after November 13, 2009

If payment is received by November 13, 2009

Registration Welcome William C. Roberts, MD How Do Trials like COURAGE and BARI-2D Inform Clinical Decision-Making in Stable Ischemic Heart Disease? William E. Boden, MD Update in Interventional Cardiology George W. Vetrovec, MD Surgical Treatment of Atherosclerosis, Aneurysms, and Valvular Heart Disease Charles S. Roberts, MD Adjourn Witness "The Grand Illumination" Fireworks

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