BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//Des Moines University - ECPv4.2.6//NONSGML v1.0//EN CALSCALE:GREGORIAN METHOD:PUBLISH X-WR-CALNAME:Des Moines University X-ORIGINAL-URL: X-WR-CALDESC:Events for Des Moines University BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20140326T180000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20140326T210000 DTSTAMP:20160927T002656 CREATED:20130227T173530 LAST-MODIFIED:20160614T143018 SUMMARY:Marjean Reed Cancer Conference DESCRIPTION:\nInnovative Strategies in Cancer Treatment\nThis annual cancer conference honors the memory of Marjean Reed.\nClick here to view the pictures from the 2014 Marjean Reed Cancer Conference.\n \n\n[notice]Attend onsite at Des Moines University or online![/notice]\n\nIf you are attending online\, please register at\n\n \nTarget audience\nDes Moines University students\, staff\, and faculty\, physicians\, nurses\, social workers\, other medical professionals\, healthcare community\, and families who have been affected by cancer.\nPurpose\nClinical oncology is a rapidly evolving field characterized by continual advances in cancer detection\, diagnosis\, and treatment.  With the advent of advanced imaging\, genomic profiling\, and targeted molecular therapies\, today’s healthcare providers are equipped to battle cancer in more ways than ever before.\n\nBy developing an awareness of this ever-expanding field\, healthcare providers will be able to direct their patients toward the latest treatment modalities and to gain insight into future directions within the field.  Doing so provides an opportunity to improve the quality of care for cancer patients and to advance the continual battle against this once-devastating disease.\nObjectives\n\n\tList and describe the variety of emerging treatment modalities available to patients.\n\tRecognize the role of each oncology subspecialty in the advancement of cancer treatment.\n\tDiscuss the direction of future cancer research efforts.\n\nAgenda\n\n\n\n5:30 p.m.\nRegistration\n\n\n6 p.m.\nDinner\n\n\n6:30 p.m.\nMelanoma as a Model in Innovation in Cancer Care\n\nMohammed Milhem\, M.B.\,B.S.\, University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics\n\n\tReview current trends in melanoma treatment.\n\tExplore both immune mediated treatment and molecular oncology in melanoma.\n\tDiscuss how these changes will impact future cancer care.\n\n\n\n\n7:30 p.m.\nCancer Panel Discussion\n\n\n9 p.m.\nAdjourn\n\n\n\nKeynote speaker\nMohammed M. Milhem\, M.B.\,B.S.\nClinical Associate Professor of Internal Medicine  - Hematology\, Oncology and Blood and Marrow Transplantation\, University of Iowa; Deputy Director of Clinical Services at the Holden Comprehensive Cancer Center; Director of Melanoma and Sarcoma Program\, University of Iowa \n\nEducation\n\n\tM.B.\,B.S\, Jordan University\, Amman\, Jordan\n\tInternship\, Palestine Hospital\, Amman\, Jordan\n\tInternship\, Al-Bashir Hospital\, Amman\, Jordan\n\tInternal Medicine Residency\, University of Illinois at Chicago\n\tHematology/Oncology Fellowship\, University of Illinois at Chicago\n\tBone Marrow Transplant Fellowship\, University of Illinois at Chicago\n\nClinical profile\n\nDr. Milhem indicated he has no financial relationships to disclose relevant to the content of this CME activity.\nCancer Panel Members\n\nAndrew Nish\, M.D.\nVascular and Interventional Radiologist\, Iowa Radiology\, P.C.\n\nOriginally from Elgin\, Illinois\, Dr. Nish is a graduate of Carleton College and the University of Chicago Medical School. He completed a residency in diagnostic radiology and a fellowship in interventional radiology at Henry Ford Hospital in Michigan. When not focused on vascular and interventional radiology\, Dr. Nish enjoys bicycling and gardening.\n\n \nJustin Anderson\nBrain Cancer Survivor\n\nIowa native Justin Anderson was diagnosed with brain cancer at the age of 26.  In 2011\, after completing surgery along with an intensive regimen of radiation and chemotherapy\, Justin took off for Nepal to climb to the base camp of Mount Everest\, along with 18 other cancer survivors.   Justin's incredible adventure was the subject of a 2011 documentary and CNN story.  Today\, Justin serves as Program Director for Des Moines\, Iowa based non-profit\, Above + Beyond Cancer.  In addition to leading cancer survivors on incredible journeys around the world\, Justin's recent advocacy work was instrumental in getting 2013's Medicaid expansion passed in Iowa\, enabling cancer patients more access to healthcare.  Justin was the recipient  of the 2012 "Outstanding Young Iowan" award\, and has been honored by the Iowa Senate for his efforts in cancer advocacy.  He lives in Clear Lake\, Iowa with his wife Alicia and their dog Cujo.\n\n \nLori Tassin\nLung Cancer Survivor\n\nLori was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer in September 2010 at the age of 39. She was not a smoker\, nor around 2nd smoke. Just 13 months after her diagnosis\, her husband was diagnosed with brain cancer. He was very fortunate\, he had the tumor removed and recently celebrated 2 years cancer free. While Lori has continued chemo and radiation treatment the past 3.5 years. Just recently it was found that Lori has a rare mutation that allows a highly affective targeted therapy. Best case for the worst scenario.\n\nLori and her husband have traveled world wide and last summer participated in a marathon which 45 of their friends and family stood by cheering them on as they have through their cancer journey. Lori has looked at the diagnosed as a chronic condition and has over come the statistics. She uses her positive attitude to help and give hope to others diagnosed with cancer. This led her to mentor through Imerman Angels\, give others diagnosed with lung cancer hope.\n\nCraig and Lori have 4 boys ranging from ages 7 to 19. There have been ups and downs the past 3.5 years. This family has overcome so much\, but it only makes them stronger and best of all\, closer.\n\n \nTrace Kendig\nHodgkin's Lymphoma Survivor\n\nTrace was diagnosed with Stage 4 Hodgkins Lymphoma in August of 2008.  After a year and a half of chemotherapy and radiation the lymphoma continued to come back.  A stem cell transplant at Mayo was next.  Trace had his final treatment in May of 2010 and has been cancer free since then.  Trace participated in the first Above and Beyond Cancer mountain trek to Mt. Everest Base Camp in 2011.  Trace and his family work to assist families who are affected by cancer.  Each year they organize an adopt a family for a family that is being affected by the disease.  Trace is a Lieutenant at the Windsor Heights Iowa Police Department.  He lives in Windsor Heights Iowa with his wife and daughter.\nRegistration\nThere is no cost to attend but registration is strongly encouraged.\n\n\tIf you are attending online\, please register at\n\tIf you are attending at DMU\, please complete the registration form below.\n\n[gravityform id="66" name="Marjean Reed Cancer Conference" title="false" description="false" ajax="true"]\nCommercial Support\nEducational grants are not being accepted for this activity.\nCME Credit\nMD:  This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with ACCME® Essential Areas and Elements and Iowa Medical Society (IMS) policies. Des Moines University is accredited by the IMS to provide continuing medical education for physicians. Des Moines University designates this live activity for a maximum of 2.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.\n\nDO: Des Moines University is accredited by the AOA and approves this live activity for a maximum of 2.5 hours of AOA Category 2-A CME credits.\n\nNursing: Des Moines University Continuing Medical Education is Iowa Board of Nursing approved provider #112. This live activity has been reviewed and approved for 3.0 continuing education contact hours. No partial credit awarded.\n\nMedical Assistants: 2.5 Clinical/General continuing education hours.\n\nOther: This live activity is designated for 2.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.\nDisclosure\nEveryone in a position to control the content of this educational activity will disclose to the CME provider and to attendees all relevant financial relationships with any commercial interest. They will also disclose if any pharmaceuticals or medical procedures and devices discussed are investigational or unapproved for use by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Determination of educational content for this program and the selection of speakers are responsibilities of the activity director. Firms providing financial support did not have input in these areas.\n\nDes Moines University (DMU) prohibits discrimination in employment\, educational programs\, and activities on the basis of race\, national origin\, color\, creed\, religion\, sex\, age\, disability\, veteran status\, sexual orientation\, gender identity\, or associational preference. The University also affirms its commitment to providing equal opportunities and equal access to University facilities. Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend DMU sponsored activities. If you have questions/concerns\, please contact the DMU CME office at 515-271-1596 or URL: LOCATION:3200 Grand Avenue\, Des Moines\, IA\, 50312\, United States ORGANIZER;CN="Continuing%20Medical%20Education" END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR