This is for COLORECTOAL Category - MIS PHYSICIANS ONLY, on March 30 and 31.
If you are a Resident, Medical Student, NP/PA, Sugical Assistant, or OR Nurse or Other Allied Health Professional please call 800-230-2273 to register between 8:00am-4:30pm Mountain Standard time.
Minimally Invasive Surgery – The Next Generation
University of Arizona College of Medicine
Banner University Medical Center - Phoenix
A fresh approach to Minimally Invasive education with an emphasis on evidence-based protocols and the most current, state-of-art innovations in the operating room. The program is designed to provide a comprehensive in-depth and detailed overview of Minimally Invasive Surgery. Invited speakers are nationally and internationally renowned experts in fields of Minimally Invasive Colorectal and Gynecologic Surgery. It involves compelling lectures, surgical video presentations, a lively discussion and debate by world-renowned experts. Topics will include surgical anatomy, prevention of surgical complications, simulation medicine, practical approach to teaching vaginal hysterectomy, choice of hysterectomy route, discussion of open power morcellation, management of pelvic floor relaxation and stress urinary incontinence, as well as an opportunity to practice laparoscopic suturing, sling placement and perform a simulated TVH on the Hopkins low fidelity model. Featuring distinguished local faculty from Banner Health/University of Arizona as well as guest faculty from the Mayo Clinic, Columbia University, Johns Hopkins and Harvard.
Who should attend?
MIS Surgeons MIS Fellows
Practicing OB/GYN Physicians
Nurse Practitioners and PAs
Residents and Medical Students
At the end of this Conference attendees will understand
1. Pelvic anatomy as it relates to minimally invasive surgery.
2. Prevent and recognize surgical complications.
3. Review of current and future technology in the OR
4. Understand the basics of laparoscopic suturing and apply learned techniques in the lab
5. Understand advanced techniques in minimally invasive myomectomy
6. Review current recommendations for morcellation techniques
7. Principles of laparoscopy in the obstetrical patient.
8. Use of minimally invasive techniques in the management of cervical insufficiency.
9. Management of pelvic floor relaxation in a minimally invasive way.
10. Review the different modalities and recommendations for the management of stress urinary incontinence.
11. The role of simulation medicine and have the opportunity to perform a simulated TVH on Hopkins low fidelity model.
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint sponsorship of Banner Health. Banner Health is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Banner Health designates this live activity for a AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Banner Health strives for balance, independence, objectivity and scientific rigor in all sponsored educational programs. Faculty and program planners are required to disclose any financial conflict of interest relevant to their involvement with the symposium. If potential conflicts of interest have been reported by planners and faculty they have been assessed and resolved according to Banner Health Policy.
We will have a fantastic group of exhibitors who wish to tell you about their services and/or products. They will be at the conference for all three days. Attendees will have their morning breakfast, breaks and two lunches with the exhibitors.
Take some time to visit with them and get to know more about them. Exhibitors are a vital part of this conference.
Thursday evening we will hold a cocktail hour with the exhibitors. During this time we will serve Cocktails and Hors d 'Oeuvres.
Should you wish to exhibit, please contact Sheaky Sallis at 602.839.4379 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wi-Fi and Electronic Devices
Wi-Fi will be available in the meeting room during the conference. We strongly urge you to consider bringing an electronic device to take notes instead of using paper. Your notes will be easier to read and organize when you return home. Participants will be able to keep their electronic device charged in the conference room.
What to Wear
Men should dress comfortably in trousers and shirts/polos and pants; ladies in skirts or pants and knit tops/blouses. The conference room is air-conditioned and it is sometimes difficult to keep a moderate temperature for all. We recommend that you bring a jacket or sweater.
Hotel reservations can be made by calling the Talking Stick Resort at 1-866-877-9897. You should identify yourself as an attendee for the
"Banner Health 2018 MIS Conference" or booking code "14541" to reserve your room.and receive the discounted room rate. This rate will be honored three days before and three days after the symposium based on availability. We recommend that you register early should you wish to extend your stay.
Group Rate is $239/night
Check-in time is 4:00PM and check-out time is 11:00AM
To get additional information about the hotel and its location, visit www.talkingstickresort.com. Click on “Local Area” on the landing page for a listing of places to dine, shop and information on local attractions.Lunch::
On March 30th we will be offering Round Table lunches with our renowned speakers. If you would like to participate in this you MUST register and pay a $35 fee. If you are attending the Gynecology breakout session you will have the option of signing up with a speaker based off of the schedule with speaker and topic. If you are signing up for the Colorectal breakout sessions we will offer Round Tables also, however these will not be assigned in advance. If you chose not to participate in the Round Table a boxed lunch will be provided in the Exhibit Hall. On March 31st everyone will be welcomed to the buffet lunch in the Exhibit Hall. Snacks and beverages will be provided throughout the conference.
Talking Stick Resort - Ballroom
Upstairs in the Main Conference area in Salt River 1
9800 E. Talking Stick Way
Scottsdale, AZ 85256
Unable to Attend? You May Purchase Conference Materials
If you are unable to attend the 2018 conference in person, you may purchase the educational materials used for the conference. This information will be sent to you approximately two weeks after the conference closes. The cost is the same as shown in this brochure. No CME/CEU credit is offered. To purchase call Sarah Selby at 602.839.3832 or email Sarah.Selby@bannerhealth.com.
A photographer will be on-site taking candid shots during the conference. When you register, you are giving us permission to take and use these photos for future advertisements, brochures, social media etc.
Prices listed below are the Early Bird Prices for GYN on March 30 & 31 and will be increasing after Febuary 1st:
Med Students $100
NP's and PA's $200
OB Nurses and Other Allied Health Professional $200
Surgical Assistants $400