Fall Derm Update
Continuing Medical Education
Faculty of Medicine
The University of British Columbia

Fall Dermatology Update 1998 for Family Practitioners
Saturday, October 3, 1998
G.F. Strong Rehabilitation Centre, 4255 Laurel Street, Vancouver, BC
Auditorium

Sponsored by: Division of Dermatology and Division of Continuing Medical Education, University of British Columbia

 Contents  
 Comments From Previous Registrants Contents 
 
  • "focus on practical information"
  • "topics are very current"
  • "hair loss talk was very informative"
  • "worthwhile and informative course"
 
 Course Description Contents 

In response to requests by participants in previous years, we have changed the format of the present meeting, at least in the morning, to small group interactive sessions. Experts in the field will discuss three of the more common skin problems which have to be dealt with in general practice: the common eruptions of the face, skin breakdown, and the surgical approach to discrete facial lesions. In the afternoon we revert to a lecture format with the opportunity for questions after the session. The subjects to be covered in this section comprise the treatment of eczema in infancy through to adolescence, the diagnosis of drug eruptions and how to handle hair loss.

 Benefits of Attending Contents 

Upon completion of this course, you would be able to:

  • discriminate between the various common facial eruptions as a prelude to offering specific therapy;
  • be familiar with the essentials of healing ulcers whether of venous, arterial or pressure type;
  • recognize the common facial lesions amenable to surgical therapy and be able to undertake some of these personally;
  • know the therapy available for childhood eczema and for hair loss;
  • have a heightened awareness of the many forms which drug eruptions can take and a respect for the significant morbidity they can cause in the skin.
 Program: October 3, 1998 Contents 
 
 Moderator:  Dr. R.L. Coupe  
 0800  Final Registration -
 Coffee and Muffins  Auditorium Foyer
 0840  Opening Remarks  Dr. R.L. Coupe
 0845  Small Group Sessions:  Dr. J. Shapiro
 A. The Differential Diagnosis
 of Common Facial Eruptions
 Dr. R. Crawford
 B. How to Heal Ulcers  Dr. B. Kunimoto
 C. Facial Lumps and Bumps -
 What to Treat and How
 Dr. D. Zloty
 0945  Intermission  Auditorium Foyer
 1005  Repeat Small Group Sessions
 1110  Repeat Small Group Sessions
 1215  Lunch  Staff Cafeteria
 
 Moderator:  Dr. J. Prendiville  
 1315  The Treatment of Atopic Dermatitis
 in Infants & Children
 Dr. J. Prendiville
 1340  Think Drug Eruptions!  Dr. M. Lupin
 1405  Hair Loss and its Treatment  Dr. J. Shapiro
 1430  Questions
 1445  Closing Remarks  Dr. J. Shapiro
 1440  Completion of Course Evaluation
 Questionnaire
 1445  Course ends. Have a safe
 journey home!
 
 Accommodation Contents 
 
A block of bedrooms has been reserved at the Plaza 500 Hotel, 500 West 12th Avenue, Vancouver, BC. Room rates are $94.00 Cdn. (single or double). Parking is $8 per day. Please contact the Plaza 500 directly, 604-873-1811 or toll free 1-800-473-1811, and specify that you are attending the "UBC Fall Dermatology" program. Reservations must be made by September 2, 1998, as rooms will not be held beyond that date, except on a space available basis.
 
 Refund and Cancellation Policy Contents 

The Division of Continuing Medical Education exercises the right to offer this course based on meeting a minimum enrollment. This course may be cancelled twenty (20) days prior to the course date. Each registrant will be notified by telephone, with written notification and a full refund following. The University of British Columbia is not responsible for any costs, including but not limited to airline or hotel penalties. If written notice of withdrawal and original tuition receipt are received by September 4, 1998, the registration will be refunded less a $50 handling charge. No refunds will be granted for withdrawal after this date.

 Accreditation Contents 

This educational program meets the criteria of 5 credit hours of MAINPRO M1 of the College of Family Physicians of Canada. As an organization accredited to sponsor Continuing Medical Education for physicians by both the Committee on Accreditation of Canadian Medical Schools and the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education of the United States, the Division of Continuing Medical Education, UBC, designates this educational program as meeting the criteria of 5 credit hours in Category 1 of the Physician’s Recognition Award (PRA) of the American Medical Association (AMA) or any other organization that recognizes Category 1 credits.

In consideration of others, no smoking is permitted in the meeting rooms.
Please do not use a pager or cellular phone during the lectures as a courtesy to others.
The Division of Continuing Medical Education.

Registration Application: ME7820

 
 Tuition:
 Before
 September 4/98
 By
 September 25/97
 
 On site
 Physicians  $139  $155  $165
 UBC Faculty  $115  $125  $135
 UBC Residents/Nurses  $69  $69  $69

(Tuition includes course materials, lunch and refreshments)

To ensure course materials are ready for you at the course, your registration must be received by 4:00 p.m., September 25, 1998. Registrations not received by this point will be charged the on-site rate.

 Course Planning Committee Contents 
  • Dr. Robert Coupe, Clinical Associate Professor, Division of Dermatology, Department of Medicine
  • Dr. David Dyment, Family Practitioner, Burnaby, BC
 UBC and Local Faculty Contents 
  • Dr. Richard Crawford, Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
  • Dr. Brian Kunimoto, Clinical Assistant Professor, Division of Dermatology, Department of Medicine
  • Dr. Mark Lupin, Consultant Dermatologist, Vancouver Hospital and Health Sciences Centre (VHHSC)
  • Dr. Julie Prendiville, Clinical Associate Professor, Division of Dermatology, Department of Paediatrics
  • Dr. Jerry Shapiro, Clinical Associate Professor, Division of Dermatology, Department of Medicine
  • Dr. David Zloty, Clinical Instructor, Division of Dermatology, Department of Medicine
 Registration Form Contents 

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