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1 Practical Update in Cardiology 2017 A Comprehensive Review of the Latest Breakthroughs and Advances in Cardiovascular Medicine from a Practical Viewpoint Saturday, Nov. 11 Detroit Marriott Troy Troy, Michigan Supported by The Lois Walts Farrell Education and Training Fund

2 INTRODUCTION Practical Update in Cardiology 2017 is designed to provide attendees with a comprehensive review of the latest breakthroughs and advances in cardiovascular medicine. The course will focus on practical management of common cardiovascular conditions such as coronary artery disease, atrial fibrillation, valve disease, and congestive heart failure. With a combination of didactic lectures, case presentations and panel discussion, faculty will also highlight cutting-edge therapies and discuss common challenges encountered in daily clinical practice. Objectives By attending this conference, attendees should improve their ability to: review the 2017 guidelines on the evaluation of syncope understand the importance of diet and physical activity in promoting cardiovascular health discuss new advances in the management of pulmonary embolism discuss strategies to reduce cardiovascular risk in diabetes recognize how to manage a patient with a dilated aortic root discuss how to manage new onset atrial fibrillation Target Audience This CME conference has been designed to meet the educational needs of cardiologists, cardiac care providers, internists and family practitioners. CME Accreditation and Credit Designation William Beaumont Hospital is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. William Beaumont Hospital designates this live activity for a maximum of 6.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s) TM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Non-physician professionals should check with their individual credentialing bodies to confirm that participation in this CME activity will be approved for credit. CME credits can be used to meet the continuing education requirements needed for Michigan physician assistant and nursing relicensure without limitation. Acknowledgement This conference will be partially supported by display fees from commercial supporters.

3 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS General Session Moderator: Terry Bowers, M.D Welcome and Introduction Terry Bowers, M.D Evaluation of Syncope: New Recommendations and Guidelines David Haines, M.D Patent Foramen Ovale Amr Abbas, M.D Update on Infective Endocarditis Robert Levin, M.D Case Presentation: Management of New Onset AF Brian Williamson, M.D. and Panel Case Presentation: Bleeding While on a NOAC, VKA or DAPT Florian Bukovec, M.D. and Panel Q&A Exhibits General Session Moderator: Florian Bukovec, M.D Diet and Heart Disease Kavitha Chinnaiyan, M.D Cardiovascular Risk Reduction in Diabetes Simon Dixon, MBChB Physical Activity and Cardiovascular Health Justin Trivax, M.D Case Presentation: Acute MI Abdul Halabi, M.D Lunch General Session Moderator: Simon Dixon, MBChB Evaluation of Chest Pain in the ER Michael Gallagher, M.D The Dilated Aortic Root Robert Safian, M.D PERT: A New Age in Guiding Pulmonary Embolism Care Terry Bowers, M.D Case Presentation: Acute PE Daniel Rothschild, M.D Future Innovations in Cardiovascular Medicine Steve Almany, M.D Q&A Conclusion Simon Dixon, MBChB

4 FACULTY Directors Beaumont Faculty Terry R. Bowers, M.D. Director, Vascular Medicine Oakland University William Beaumont (OUWB) School of Medicine Florian A. Bukovec, M.D. Hospitalist, Internal Medicine Simon R. Dixon, MBChB Chair, Department of Cardiovascular Medicine Dorothy Susan Timmis Endowed Chair of Cardiology Professor of Medicine Amr E. Abbas, M.D. Director, Interventional Cardiology Research Steve L. Almany, M.D. Director, Cardiac Catheterization Lab Director, Anticoagulation Management Service Beaumont Hospital, Troy Kavitha M. Chinnaiyan, M.D. Director, Advanced Cardiac Imaging Education Michael J. Gallagher, M.D. Director, Clinical Cardiology Fellowship Director, Advanced Cardiac Imaging Beaumont Hospital, Troy David E. Haines, M.D. Director, Heart Rhythm Center Professor of Medicine Robert N. Levin, M.D. Clinical Cardiologist Daniel P. Rothschild, M.D. Cardiology Fellow Robert D. Safian, M.D. Director, Interventional Cardiology Fellowship Director, CIRC Program Lucia Zurkowski Endowed Chair for The Center for Innovation and Research in Cardiovascular Disease (CIRC) Professor of Medicine Justin E. Trivax, M.D. Interventional Cardiologist Brian D. Williamson, M.D. Director, Heart Rhythm Center Beaumont Hospital, Troy Abdul R. Halabi, M.D. Interventional Cardiologist DISCLOSURE: All planning committee members and speakers have been asked to disclose any significant relationships they may have with commercial companies within the past 12 months that are relevant to their presentation. The presence or absence of relationships as well as off-label discussion of products will be disclosed at the time of the meeting.

5 INFORMATION Location The Troy Marriott is the official hotel for the Practical Update in Cardiology conference. During your stay, you may be contacted at: Troy Marriott Hotel 200 West Big Beaver Road Troy, MI Phone: Conference Registration Register on or before Oct. 27, 2017 to take advantage of reduced registration rates! Register Online: GOING GREEN In accordance with our efforts to be environmentally responsible, we are taking a Go Green approach to conference materials. We will not provide printed presentation materials. Instead, you may access presentations after the conference on our website via exclusive attendee-only access. Early bird registration fees are available until 10/27/17. Online registration closes on 11/10/17. After 11/10/17, you may register onsite at the Beaumont Health registration desk located near the Grand Ballroom of the Troy Marriott Hotel. Conference registration fee includes access to online syllabus, sessions, continental breakfast, lunch and breaks and CME credits. Name: q MD q DO q PA-C q NP q RN q Other: Address: City: State/Province: Zip: Institution - for name badge City, State/Province - for name badge (if different from above): Telephone: Fax: Specialty: q Clinical Cardiology q Interventional Cardiology q Family Practice q Beaumont Fellow/Resident q Other: Form of Payment q Check payable to Beaumont Health Credit Cards Accepted: q American Express q Discover q MasterCard q Visa Card Number: Exp. Date: / / Security Code: Name on Card: Registration Fees On or before 10/27/17 After 10/27/17 TOTAL Attending physician $100 $150 $ NP, RN, PA-C and other healthcare providers $75 $100 $ Residents and Students $25 $50 $ Beaumont fellows-in-training Complimentary Complimentary $ SUBTOTAL $ To Register TOTAL $ ONLINE: MAIL: Completed registration form and payment to: QUESTIONS? FAX: Beaumont Health Contact Heart and Vascular Department of Cardiovascular Medicine Conference Department Attn: Shannon Herrington West Thirteen Mile Road or via at Royal Oak, MI Early bird registration rates are available until October 27, 2017 Online registration will close on November 10, Cancellation deadline is October 27. By registering for the conference, you are indicating you have read and accept the following cancellations terms. To be valid, Beaumont must receive notification of your cancellation in writing; cancellations received on or before Oct. 27 will be fully refunded. Beginning Oct. 28, no refunds will be given.

6 Department of Cardiovascular Medicine 3601 West 13 Mile Road Royal Oak, MI Practical Update in Cardiology 2017 A Comprehensive Review of the Latest Breakthroughs and Advances in Cardiovascular Medicine from a Practical Viewpoint Saturday, Nov. 11 Detroit Marriott Troy Troy, Michigan Supported by The Lois Walts Farrell Education and Training Fund