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PROGRAM AGENDA

Denotes College-sponsored session

Approved for ECNU recertification CME credit

WEDNESDAY, MAY 16

8:00 am – 12:00 pm

PRE-CONGRESS SESSION I

 

W11: A Contemporary Approach to the Management of Diabetes as a Cardiovascular Disease
Chair: Yehuda Handelsman, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Scirica
  • Review current data supporting cardiovascular effects of diabetes drugs
  • Explore potential non-glycemic mechanism of CV benefit of new diabetes drugs
  • Integrate new diabetes drugs into current treatment algorithms to reduce CV risk
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Barkis
  • To become familiar with BP lowering agents effective in reducing CV events in diabetes
  • To become familiar with BP lowering agents that slow nephropaty progression in diabetes
  • To become familiar with how to initiate combination single agents for BP lowering in diabetes
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Ginsberg
  • Participants will have a better understanding of the basis of the diabetic dyslipidemia
  • Participants will be better able to optimize plasma lipids in people with diabetes
  • Participants will understand better the evidence for lowering plasma lipids and reducing CVD risk in people with diabetes
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES – DeFronzo
  • Review the pathophysiologic abnormalities responsible for T2DM
  • Review the treatment of T2DM based upon its pathophysiology
  • To review the impact of CVOTs on the selection of antidiabetic agents for the treatment of T2DM
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Handelsman
  • Know which are the relevant Guidelines to controls Diabetes and CVD
  • Understand the Impact that CVOT may have on guidelines
  • Be able to incorporate guidelines recommendation to practice

Meeting Room: 210
CME Code: 5961

W21: Practical Thyroid Cancer Update: Molecular Genetics, Clinical Science and the Cutting Edge
Chair: R. Mack Harrell, MD

  • New Concepts in Endocrine Surgery
    Sareh Parangi, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Fagin
  • Describe the genetic basis of papillary thyroid cancer
  • Explain the consequences of driver mutations on tumor biology and response to therapy
  • Describe events associated with tumor progression.
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Tuttle
  • To describe a rational approach to active surveillance in low risk thyroid cancer
  • To describe proper patient selection for active surveillance
  • To describe a framework for selection of thyroid cancer patients for lobectomy
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Parangi
  • Understand the utility of preoperative molecular tests on surgical decision making
  • Understand innovative surgical techniques for thyroid surgery
  • Understand the evolution of safe surgical practices for thyroid surgery
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Harrell
  • Demonstrate practical understanding of how integrative thyroid cancer practice works
  • Understand how molecular data complements US, Cytology and other imaging
  • Understand how imaging data enhances the thyroid cancer surgeon's decision-making

Meeting Room: 312
CME Code: 3666

 

W31: Advanced Bone Disease: Bone Density and Beyond
Chairs: Rachel Pessah-Pollack, MD; Daniel Hurley, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Bilezikian
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Miller
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES – Cohen
  • To recognize distinctions in diagnostic criteria for premenopausal osteoporosis
  • To review evaluation for secondary causes in this population
  • To recognize limitations of available data regarding treatment outcome in premenopausal women.
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Watts
  • Understand restrictions in bone density testing for men
  • Describe how to identify men at high risk of fracture
  • Discuss treatment options to reduce fracture risk in men

Meeting Room: 311
CME Code: 8328

 

W41: The Practice of Obesity Medicine
Chair: Ken Fujioka, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Bray
  • Understand the historical framework for treatment of obesity
  • Know some examples of drugs which have failed
  • Understand some of the mechanisms for these failures.
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Fujioka
  • Be able to complete a useful work up of the overweight patient
  • Be able to target a work up for specific medical or surgical treatments
  • Understand the important accountable care metrix
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES- Martin
  • Know about apps and online platforms designed to improve weight management and track and modify physical activity
  • Understand the pros and cons of different apps and activity monitors
  • Know how to implement effectively user-friendly apps, activity monitors, and other approaches into clinical practice
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Perreault
  • Discuss published studies conducted for diabetes prevention
  • Understand option for diabetes prevention using weight loss vs anti-diabetic medication
  • Review the literature for prevention micro and microvascular disease by treating people with pre diabetes

Meeting Room: 207
CME Code: 2997

9:45 am – 10:15 am

Coffee Break

1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

PRE-CONGRESS SESSION II

 

W12: Using Diabetes Technology in the Real World: Problem-solving in Our Practices
Chair: George Grunberger, MD
Panel: Dace Trence, MD; Timothy Bailey, MD; George Grunberger, MD

  • Diabetes Technology 2018: What Can we Offer to Our Patients?
    George Grunberger, MD
  • Practical Case Solving Discussion
    Timothy Bailey, MD; George Grunberger, MD; Dace Trence, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES:
  • Use technology to gather essential glycemic information from patients' devices
  • Interpret device-generated reports to advance patient care
  • Choose appropriate diabetes technology software for use in the office

Meeting Room: : 302/304
CME Code:2952

W22: Clinical Thyroidology - Beyond the Basics
Chair: Mark Lupo, MD

  • Uncommon Presentations of Thyroid Dysfunction
    Part 1 Part 2
    Douglas Ross, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Ross
  • Understand drug effects on thyroid function and assays
  • Understand the interation between iodine and thyroid disease
  • Understand the use of TRAb is management of Gvares' disease
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Lee
  • Evaluation of benign nodules and goiter beyond US and biopsy
  • Long-term management of "benign" nodules
  • Which thyroid nodules do not require follow-up for cancer
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Alexander
  • Understand the complexity of defining maternal hypothyroidism during pregnancy
  • Review the approach to treatment of maternal hyperthyroidism during pregnancy
  • Discuss the question of population screening for thyroid dysfunction during pregnancy
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Lupo
  • Review Ultrasound and FNA codes
  • Discuss aspects of a thyroid-only practice
  • Highlight recent coding changes in thyroidology

Meeting Room: 210
CME Code: 9574

 

W32: Reproductive Endocrinology in Daily Endocrine Practice
Chair: Kathleen Wyne, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES – Hayes
  • Describe the endocrine evaluation of hirsutism
  • Explain options for therapy of hirsutism
  • Explain when young women should pursue detailed evaluation of hirsutism
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Dunaif
  • Understand that PCOS is a non-mendelian, complex genetic disorder
  • Identify disease susceptibility loci
  • Identify reproductive and metabolic phenotypes in male as well as female first-degree relatives
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Irwig
  • Recognize the advantages of different testosterone formulations
  • Recognize the disadvantages of different testosterone formulations
  • Know the age-appropriate testosterone goal for therapy
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Tannock
  • Understand the indications for androgen therapy
  • Understand risks and benefits of transgender therapy
  • Discuss social implications of gender transition

Meeting Room: 311
CME Code: 4157

 

W42: Nutritional-Herbal New Perspectives
Chair: Scott Isaacs, MD

  • Best Nutrition Practices for Chronic Weight Management
    Scott Kahan, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Kahan
  • Become familiar with basic nutrition and dietary pattern recommendations for weight management
  • Have increased comfort to engage in nutrition counseling with patients for weight management
  • Be able to identify common nutrition and weight loss myths
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Isaacs
  • How to run a medically-supervised weight loss program
  • Medical management of patients on LCDs and VLCDs
  • Using weight loss medications with LCDs and VLCDs
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Kashyap
  • Identify nutritional deficiencies associated with gastric bypass and sleeve gastrectomy
  • Identify monitoring of nutrient deficiencies short and longterm following surgery
  • Identify determinants of metabolic bone disease following surgery
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Shane
  • List popular dietary supplements and review AACE guidelines on supplement use
  • Discuss problems with supplements such as side effects, interactions, and complications
  • Review data for and against disease management with supplements

Meeting Room: 208
CME Code: 2174

1:00 pm – 5:30 pm

W52: AACE Lifelong Learning Board Review Course
Co-Chairs: Elise Brett, MD; Romesh Khardori, MD
Panel: Elise Brett, MD; Romesh Khardori, MD; Matthew Levine, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE
  • Review cases and questions on endocrine topics including diabetes, bone, thyroid, adrenal, lipids, pediatric, pituitary reproductive and hypoglycemia.

Meeting Room: 207
CME Code: 9897

2:45 pm – 3:15 pm

Coffee Break

5:30 pm – 7:45 pm

WSS1: Hypoparathyroidism: Guideline-based Treatment Approaches to Reduce Disease Burden
Supported by an educational grant from Shire
Sheraton Boston Hotel, Grand Ballroom, 2nd Floor

 

WSS2: Advancing Diagnosis and Treatment of X-Linked Hypophosphatemia
Supported by an educational grant from Ultragenyx
Sheraton Boston Hotel, Constitution Ballroom, 2nd Floor

THURSDAY, MAY 17

6:30 am – 6:00 pm

Attendee Registration

5:15 am – 7:30 am

TSS1: CGM Category Update: Clinical Outcomes, New Technologies, Therapeutic Dosing and Patient Access
Supported by an educational grant from Dexcom
Sheraton Boston Hotel, Grand Ballroom, 2nd Floor

7:00 am – 6:00 pm

CME Station Hours

8:00 am – 8:30 am

General Session Announcements and Awards

8:30 am – 9:15 am

TGS1: New Dimensions in Insulin Action and Why They are Important to Know
Moderator: George Grunberger, MD
Speaker: C. Ronald Kahn, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • To understand the interaction of genes and environment in the development of diabetes
  • Where the gut microbiome fits in this picture.
  • How changing the microbiome can change insulin sensistivity
Ballroom A-C
CME Code: 5969

9:15 am – 10:00 am

TGS2: Cushing's Syndrome
Moderator: Jonathan Leffert, MD
Speaker: Beverly MK Biller, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Identify the risk of recurrent Cushing's disease
  • Describe the best diagnostic tests for recurrence of Cushing's disease
  • Select among treatment options for Cushing's syndrome based on the pros and cons of each
Ballroom A-C
CME Code: 1679

9:45 am – 2:15 pm

Exhibit Hall Hours

10:00 am – 11:00 am

Coffee Break in Exhibit Hall

10:00 am – 11:00 am

Young Investigator Poster Session in Exhibit Hall

10:15 am – 11:00 am

Product Theaters in the Exhibit Hall

11:15 am – 12:00 pm

TGS3: New Insights into Thyroid Hormone Action
Moderator: Jeff Garber, MD
Speaker: Anthony Hollenberg, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Understand how thyroid hormone acts on different cell types
  • Realize that many effects of thyroid hormone on cell types are not reflected in the TSH level
  • Demonstrate that thyroid hormone regulates novel pathways that control metabolism and aging.
Ballroom A-C
CME Code: 2398

12:00 pm – 12:45 pm

Oral Poster Presentations in the Exhibit Hall

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Lunch with Exhibitors

12:15 pm – 2:00 pm

Women's Luncheon (Non-CME)
Moderator: Christine Twining, MD
Speaker: Saralyn Mark, MD

Meeting Room: 302/304/306

12:45 pm – 2:00 pm

Product Theaters in the Exhibit Hall

2:15 pm – 3:15 pm

MEET-THE-EXPERTS SESSION I

 

T11: Strategies for Transgender Hormone Care: The Endocrinologist as Expert
Moderator: Elizabeth Holt, MD
Speaker:Joshua Safer, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Articulate the change in understanding regarding the underlying explanation for transgender identity
  • Outline transgender hormone
  • Consider transgender hormone monitoring strategies

Meeting Room: 311
CME Code: 3049

T21: Provocative Questions in Thyroid Nodule Evaluation
Moderator: Hossein Gharib, MD
Speaker: Erik Alexander, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Review the optimal approach to thyroid nodule evaluation
  • Understand the use of molecular markers for the evaluation of thyroid nodules
  • Understand that thyroid cancer risk in a nodule, and how to continually reassess

Meeting Room: 312
CME Code: 8512

 

T31: Horse or Zebra: Unusual Lipid disorders
Moderator: Kathleen Wyne, MD
Speaker: Linda Hemphill, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Recognize Familial Chylomicronemia Syndrome (FCS)
  • Recognize Lysosomal Acid Lipase Deficiency (LAL-D)
  • Understand therapy options for FCS and LAL-D

Meeting Room: 310
CME Code: 9307

 

T41: Challenging Pituitary Cases
Moderator: Lisa Nachtigall, MD
Speaker: Laurence Katznelson, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Identify pituitary hormone disorders associated with pituitary masses
  • Understand the biochemical approach to hypercortisolism disorders
  • Identify the use of radiology to diagnose pituitary diseases

Meeting Room: 207
CME Code: 3691

 

T51: Bone Turnover Markers: Emerging Tool in the Management of Postmenopausal Osteoporosis
Moderator: Gary Edelson, MD
Speaker: Pauline Camacho, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • To discuss the commonly used bone turnover markers
  • To discuss advantages and disadvantages of using bone turnover markers
  • To discuss the role of bone turnover markers in the management of osteoporosis

Meeting Room: 208
CME Code: 4911

 

T61: Inpatient Diabetes Management
Moderator: Joseph Aloi, MD
Speaker: Guillermo Umpierrez, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Management of Clinical Diagnoses in an acute setting
  • T2D Insulin Management
  • Multicultural Management

Meeting Room: 210
CME Code: 6507

 

T71: Demystifying Autonomic Imbalance
Moderator: David Bell, MD
Speaker: Aaron I. Vinik, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Recognize impact of autonomic imbalance on functioning of every organ in the human body
  • Learn to carry out and interpret bedside measures of autonomic function and quantifying balance between the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems
  • Learn appropriate measures of precision-based management of autonomic disorders based upon case presentations

Meeting Room: 309
CME Code: 7270

3:15 pm – 3:30 pm

Coffee Break

3:30 pm – 4:30 pm

MEET-THE-EXPERTS SESSION II

 

T12: Thyroid and Pregnancy
Moderator: Leslie Eldeiry, MD
Speaker: Elizabeth Pearce, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Understand the intperpretaiton of thyroid funciton tests in pregnant women
  • Diagnose and treat hypothyroidism in pregnancy
  • Diagnose and treat hyperthyroidism in pregnancy

Meeting Room: 210
CME Code: 4289

 

T22: Unusual Neuroendocrine Tumors
Moderator: Ved Gossain, MD
Speaker: Karel Pacak, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Learn about the presentation of somatostatinoma
  • Educate attendees about glucagonoma
  • Learn about VIPoma

Meeting Room: 309
CME Code: 9074

T32: Parathyroid Imaging and Representative Cases
Moderator: Johanna Pallotta, MD
Speaker: Barry Sacks, MD, FSIR

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Understand appropriate order of studies
  • Benefits and pitfalls of the individual studies
  • Additional helpful techniques in complicated cases

Meeting Room: 208
CME Code: 4410

 

T42: Strategies for Transgender Hormone Care: The Endocrinologist as Expert
Moderator: Elizabeth Holt, MD
Speaker:Joshua Safer, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Articulate the change in understanding regarding the underlying explanation for transgender identity
  • Outline transgender hormone strategies
  • Consider transgender hormone monitoring strategies

Meeting Room: 311
CME Code: 3319

T52: Provocative Questions in Thyroid Nodule Evaluation
Moderator: Hossein Gharib, MD
Speaker: Erik Alexander, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Review the optimal approach to thyroid nodule evaluation
  • Understand the use of molecular markers for the evaluation of thyroid nodules
  • Understand that thyroid cancer risk in a nodule, and how to continually reassess

Meeting Room: 312
CME Code: 7828

 

T62: Horse or Zebra: Unusual Lipid Disorders
Moderator: Kathleen Wyne, MD
Speaker: Linda Hemphill, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Recognize Familial Chylomicronemia Syndrome (FCS)
  • Recognize Lysosomal Acid Lipase Deficiency (LAL-D)
  • Understand therapy options for FCS and LAL-D

Meeting Room: 310
CME Code: 4596

 

T72: Challenging Pituitary Cases
Moderator: Lisa Nachtigall, MD
Speaker: Laurence Katznelson, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Identify pituitary hormone disorders associated with pituitary masses
  • Understand the biochemical approach to hypercortisolism disorders
  • Identify the use of radiology to diagnose pituitary diseases

Meeting Room: 207
CME Code: 8380

4:45 pm – 5:45 pm

MEET-THE-EXPERTS SESSION III

 

T13: Bone Turnover Markers: Emerging Tool in the Management of Postmenopausal Osteoporosis
Moderator: Gary Edelson, MD
Speaker: Pauline Camacho, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • To discuss the commonly used bone turnover
  • To discuss advantages and disadvantages of using bone turnover markers
  • To discuss the role of bone turnover markers in the management of osteoporosis

Meeting Room: 311
CME Code: 8523

 

T23: Inpatient Diabetes Management
Moderator: Joseph Aloi, MD
Speaker: Guillermo Umpierrez, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Management of Clinical Diagnoses in an acute setting
  • T2D Insulin Management
  • Multicultural Management

Meeting Room: 207
CME Code: 3951

 

T33: Demystifying Autonomic Imbalance
Moderator: Victor Roberts, MD
Speaker: Aaron I. Vinik, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Recognize impact of autonomic imbalance on functioning of every organ in the human body
  • Learn to carry out and interpret bedside measures of autonomic function and quantifying balance between the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems
  • Learn appropriate measures of precision-based management of autonomic disorders based upon case presentations

Meeting Room: 310
CME Code: 9881

 

T43: Unusual Neuroendocrine Tumors
Moderator: Ved Gossain, MD
Speaker: Karel Pacak, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Learn about the presentation of somatostatinoma
  • Educate attendees about glucagonoma
  • Learn about VIPoma

Meeting Room: 309
CME Code: 5945

 

T53: Thyroid and Pregnancy
Moderator: Leslie Eldeiry, MD
Speaker: Elizabeth Pearce, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Understand the intperpretaiton of thyroid funciton tests in pregnant women
  • Diagnose and treat hypothyroidism in pregnancy
  • Diagnose and treat hyperthyroidism in pregnancy

Meeting Room: 210
CME Code: 9700

T63: Parathyroid Imaging and Representative Cases
Moderator: Johanna Pallotta, MD
Speaker: Barry Sacks, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Understand appropriate order of studies
  • Benefits and pitfalls of the individual studies
  • Additional helpful techniques in complicated cases

Meeting Room: 208
CME Code: 5842

T73: Meet the Legend: Dr. John Potts on Hyperparathyroidism
Moderator: Henry Kronenberg , MD
Speaker: John Potts, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES:

Meeting Room: 312
CME Code: 6923

6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Domestic & International Chapter Receptions
Sheraton Boston Hotel, various rooms

7:15 pm – 9:30 pm

TSS3: Addressing Postprandial Glucose Excursions: An Update on the Implications and New Management Strategies for Patients with Diabetes
Supported by an educational grant from Novo Nordisk
Sheraton Boston Hotel, Grand Ballroom, 2nd Floor

 

TSS4: Reflecting on the Data Pool: Emerging Roles for SGLT1 and SGLT2 Inhibition in T1DM
Supported by an educational grant from Sanofi and Lexicon Pharmaceuticals
Sheraton Boston Hotel, Constitution Ballroom, 2nd Floor

FRIDAY, MAY 18

5:15 am – 7:30 am

FSS1: Cardiovascular Risk Reduction in Patients with Diabetes: New Opportunities and Options To Guide Your Practice
Supported by an educational grant from Amarin
Sheraton Boston Hotel, Grand Ballroom, 2nd Floor

 

FSS2: Non-Insulin Injectable Therapies for Diabetes Management: New Options for Improved Outcomes
Supported by an educational grant from Novo Nordisk
Sheraton Boston Hotel, Constitution Ballroom, 2nd Floor

7:30 am – 6:30 pm

Attendee Registration

7:30 am – 6:30 pm

CME Station Hours

8:00 am – 8:20 am

Award Presentations
Ballroom A-C

8:20 am – 9:05 am

FGS1: Beta Cell Regeneration
Moderator: Vivian Fonseca, MD
Speaker: Andrew Stewart, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES:
Ballroom A-C
CME Code: 4757

9:15 am – 12:00 pm

IN-DEPTH SYMPOSIA SESSION I

 

F11: CV Disease for the Endocrinologist
Chair: Aaron Vinik, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Nesto
  • Understand the mechanisms in diabetes responsible for residual risk despite current CVD prevention strategies
  • Assess the current relative risk of CVD in diabetes compared to the past
  • Consider extending diabetes-like CV prevention treatments to prediabetes
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES – Kosiborod
  • Review data from the completed cardiovascular outcomes trial of glucose-lowering medications
  • Discuss the complementary role and data from real world evidence studies examining cardiovascular outcomes with novel glucose lowering agents
  • Review currently ongoing clinical trials evaluating cardiovascular outcomes with nvel T2D therapies
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES -Sloan
  • Understand mechanisms of how the Kidney impacts cardiac function.
  • Understand mechanisms of how newer diabetes medicines can impact cardiorenal disease.
  • Review Management strategies to prevent cardiorenal dysfunction in diabetes.

Meeting Room: 210
CME Code: 2555

 

F21: Evolution of Diabetes Technology: Towards Closed Loop in Our Practice
Chair: George Grunberger, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Grunberger
  • Understand the principles behind continuous insulin delivery and continuous glucose monitoring
  • Identify the currently available insulin delivery and glucose monitoring devices
  • Discuss place and usefulness of diabetes technology for management of patients in their practices
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Hirsch
  • Review basic infrastructure required and principles used for downloading diabetes technology
  • Review different types of sensor/pump examples for downloading interpretation
  • Review different current and future platforms for diabetes downloading
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Bergenstal
  • Diabetes Management
  • The Evolution of the Diabetes Management
  • Automated Insulin Delivery Systems

Meeting Room: 207
CME Code: 9983

 

F31: Pituitary Disorders through the Life Cycle
Chair: Susan Samson, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Katznelson
  • Identify the role of growth hormone for fertility and pregnancy management
  • Describe the algorithm for pituitary hormone dosing during pregnancy
  • Describe the approach to fertility in a patient with hypopituitarism
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Laurie Cohen
  • Recognize the challenges of transition of childhood cancer survivors from pediatric to adult care
  • Recognize the risk of growth hormone deficiency and the outcomes of its therapy in childhood cancer survivors
  • Recognize the risk of other anterior pituitary hormone deficiencies in childhood cancer survivors
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Kevin Yuen
  • Selecting appropriate patients and utilizing biochemical tests to diagnose adult GHD
  • Selecting and/or adjusting GH therapy following assessment taking individual patient needs into consideration
  • Highlighting new developments in the diagnosis and treatment of adult GHD

Meeting Room: 208
CME Code: 9220

 

F41: Obesity Treatment 2018: Behavioral and Nutrition Tools, Pharmacology, Endoscopic and Bariatric Procedures
Chair: Christos Mantzoros, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES – Apovian
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES – Mantzoros
  • Update audience on new medications for obesity
  • Update audience on underlying mechanisms
  • Update audience on medications in pipeline
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES – Sullivan
  • Understand the current bariatric surgical procedures to treat obesity
  • Understand the current endoscopic procedures to treat obesity
  • Learn about obesity procedures under investigation.

Meeting Room: 311
CME Code: 3335

F51: Thyroid Cancer 2018: A Collaborative Program between AACE, ACE and the American Head and Neck Society Endocrine Surgical Section - Key Topics in Thyroid Cancer
Chair: Peter Singer, MD

  • Pitfalls and Advancements in the Management of Advanced Thyroid Cancer
    Naifa Busaidy, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Schlumberger
  • Selection of patients for surgery
  • Selection of patients for active surveillance
  • Extent of initial treatment according to prognostic factors
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES – Busaidy
  • Learn about the follow up and controversies of management of advanced thyroid cancer
  • Learn about the adaptation of the updates in guidelines
  • Learn how to practically choose various systemic therapies
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Randolph
  • To provide improved preoperative ability for clinicians to recognize thyroid lesions which may ultimately be diagnosed as NIFTP
  • To obtain a better understanding as to which thyroid cancers may be observed without surgery
  • Have a better understanding of the role of lobectomy in thyroid cancers
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Chen
  • Identify high(er) risk thyroid cancer
  • Discuss preoperative work up
  • Discuss optimal surgical management

Meeting Room: 312
CME Code: 9703

 

F61: In-Depth Symposium for Endocrine Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners
Chairs: Ji Hyun Chun (CJ), MPAS, PA-C, BC-ADM; W. Reid Litchfield, MD

  • Strategies to Integrate Non-Physicians into an Endocrine Practice
    W. Reid Litchfield, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Mehta
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Umpierrez
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Berga
  • Delineate the hormonal excursions of a normal menstrual cycle
  • Define the term perimenopause and the associated changes in menstrual cycle hormone levels
  • Understand the role of AMH as a marker of ovarian aging and fertility
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Chun
  • Acknowledge the commonalities and differences in NP and PA's training and scope of practice.
  • Review the roles of NP/PA and the collaborating endocrinologist for successful team-based practice.
  • Delineate the benefit/risk of incorporating NP/PAs into your endocrine practice.
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES – Litchfield
  • identify practice strategies the improve integration of non-physicians into the practice
  • identify strategies that the supervising endocrinologist can adopt to improve integration of the non-physician into their practice
  • identify strategies that the non-physician can implement to improve their integration into an endocrine practice

Meeting Room: 309
CME Code: 3282

10:30 am – 2:15 pm

Exhibit Hall Hours

12:00 pm – 12:45 pm

Oral Presentations in the Exhibit Hall

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Lunch in the Exhibit Hall

12:30 pm – 2:15 pm

Fellows-in-Training Luncheon

Meeting Room: 302/304

12:45 pm – 2:00 pm

Product Theaters in the Exhibit Hall

2:15 pm – 5:00 pm

IN-DEPTH SYMPOSIA SESSION II

 

F12: Metabolic Bone Disease – The Common and Not So Common
Chair: Pauline Camacho, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Whyte
  • Understand the etiology and pathogenesis of this metabolic bone disease
  • Know how diagnosis hypophosphatasia
  • Appreciate treatment possibilities
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Camacho
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Cusano
  • Evaluate patients with hypercalcemic and normocalcemic primary hyperparathyroidism.
  • Identify patients with primary hyperparathyroidism who meet criteria for parathyroid surgery.
  • Manage patients with primary hyperparathyroidism who do not meet criteria or decline parathyroid surgery.

Meeting Room: 312
CME Code: 9652

 

F22: Nutrition 2018 – Is it All Apples and Oranges?
Chair: Dace Trence, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Hu
  • Understand relationship between dietary intake of nutrients/foods and health outcomes
  • Describe multiple dietary patterns for prevention of chronic disease
  • Understand biological mechanisms underlying the benefits of a healthy diet
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Guerin
  • Articulate what is a Plant Based diet
  • Describe the Science behind it
  • Be knowledgeable on how to start, maintain, and understand the challenges
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES – Manson
  • To review the evidence for benefits and risks of the major types of dietary supplements
  • To provide guidance for use of dietary supplements during specific life stages
  • To describe the role of supplementation targeted to high-risk subgroups (health conditions, use of specific medications)

Meeting Room: 210
CME Code: 9949

 

F32: Exploring the Sea of Salt and Water Metabolism
Chair: Cheryl Rosenfeld, DO

  • Salt and Water: The Interaction of the Posterior Pituitary and the Kidney
    Mark Zeidel, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES – Zeidel
  • The mechanisms of control of thirst and water excretion by brain centers, and how thirst is integrated into other aspects of homeostasis
  • Novel insights into how salt homeostasis is regulated, and the potential role of peripheral storage of salt in control of blood pressure
  • Future approaches to therapeutics to be derived from an improved understanding of brain control of somatic functions
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES – Stratakis
  • Understand the genetics of diabetes insipidus
  • Offer proper genetic testing
  • Treat genetic forms of diabetes insipidus properly
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Verbalis
  • To summarize the differential diagnosis of hyponatremic disorders, and particularly the criteria for diagnosing the syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone section (SIADH).
  • To illustrate the pathogenesis of hyponatremic symptoms and the importance of brain volume regulation and the pathogenesis of osmotic demyelination and the importance of blood-brain barrier disruption.
  • To describe updates to current guidelines for therapy hyponatremia based on the recently published Expert Panel Recommendation in 2013, and how these differ depending on the etiology of the disorder, the duration of the disorder, and the presence of neurological symptoms

Meeting Room: 207
CME Code: 3857

 

F42: Controversies to Realities in the Metabolic Syndrome (SMNE/AACE Joint Session)
Co-Chairs: Jaime Davidson, MD; Alejandro Romero-Zazueta, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES – Mehta
  • Understand the differing definitions of the metabolic syndrome
  • Controversial aspects of the metabolic syndrome
  • Usefulness of metabolic syndrome in clinical practice
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES – Ramos
  • Explain effect of artificial sweeteners on metabolic disorders in humans
  • To understand the role in patients with overweight or obesity of artificial sweeteners consumption in clinical practice
  • Evaluate the safety of artificial sweeteners in clinical practice
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES -Ku
  • Discuss the prevalence of microvascular complications in the metabolic syndrome
  • Review the pathophysiology of microvascular complications in metabolic syndrome
  • Learn how and when to screen for microvascular complications in patients with metabolic syndrome
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES – Libman
  • Define the metabolic syndrome in youth
  • Identify the consequences of the metabolic syndrome in youth
  • Gain understanding of the management of the metabolic syndrome in youth

Meeting Room: 310
CME Code: 7298

F52: Thyroid Cancer 2018: A Collaborative Program between AACE, ACE and the American Head and Neck Society Endocrine Surgical Section - Multidisciplinary Tumor Board Panel
Chairs: Jeffrey Mechanick, MD & Gregory Randolph, MD
Panelists: Peter Singer, MD; Martin Schlumberger, MD; Naifa Busaidy, MD;
David Terris, MD; Brendan Stack, MD; Catherine Sinclair, MD

  • Thyroid Cancer Tumor Board Cases -The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
  • Thyroid Cancer Jeopardy

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Sinclair
  • Demonstrate the range of thyroid carcinoma presentations
  • Distinguish between invasive and non-invasive thyroid carcinoma
  • Describe management options for invasive thyroid caricnoma
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Schlumberger
  • Definition of refractory thyroid cancer
  • When to start systemic treatment
  • How to manage systemic treatment and when to stop.
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES – Stack
  • Know more about current thyroid cancer guidelines
  • Understand changes made in recent guidelines
  • Appreciate that less surgey and even observation can be acceptable with contemporary thyroid cancer management

Meeting Room: 311
CME Code: 5110

 

F62: The Basics to Survive Your Endocrine Career: For Fellows-In-Training and Young Physicians
Chairs: Kathleen Figaro, MD; Ricardo Correa, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Caldarella
  • Understand RVUs as to how it implies to your practice
  • Understand MACRA and Quality Payment Program
  • Participate in Quality Payment Program
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES – Narula
  • Review various career options for Endocrinology fellows
  • Understand basics of compensation package for Endocrinology
  • Review a timeline for getting "the Right Job'
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Reddy
  • Assess one's work environment
  • Develop a support system
  • Implement an adaptible long-term career development plan

Meeting Room: 208
CME Code: 9280

 

F72: Practice Management and Member Advocacy
Chair: Richard Haas, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Grajower
  • Be aware of available online applications for PA
  • Be familiar with how to use these applications
  • Streamline communication between physician and office staff to enter required information
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Lurvey
  • What is likely and unlikely to change with Medicare rules and regulations
  • Understanding Medical review and Targeted Probe and Educate
  • Dealing with documentation and denials
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Rathbun
  • Understand the impact of the possible changes in Medicare requirement(s) for diabetes care; be better prepared to address in your practice
  • Gain knowledge regarding the 2019 Quality Payment Programs Changes and how to scale your practice's ramp-up.
  • Become prepared for how Congressional actions could trickle down and impact the daily practice of an endocrinologist
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Cohen

Meeting Room: 309
CME Code: 4781

4:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Poster Viewing and Wine & Cheese Reception in Exhibit Hall

5:30 pm – 6:15 pm

Product Theaters in the Exhibit Hall

7:00 pm – 9:15 pm

FSS3: Individualizing the Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes with a Focus on Cardiovascular Outcomes
Supported by an educational grant from Merck
Sheraton Boston Hotel, Grand Ballroom, 2nd Floor

7:00 pm – 9:15 pm

FSS4: Broadening Horizons: Managing Diabetes with Centrally Acting Therapeutic Targets
Supported by an educational grant from Salix, a division of Valeant Pharmaceuticals North America, LLC
Sheraton Boston Hotel Constitution Ballroom

SATURDAY, MAY 19

6:15 am – 8:00 am

College Breakfast: Meet the Masters

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Identify current treatment options for osteoporosis
  • Understand potential risks and benefits of osteoporosis drugs
  • Identify new directions in osteoporosis treatments

Meeting Room: 302/304/306

6:45 am – 7:30 am

Product Theaters in the Exhibit Hall

7:30 am – 5:00 pm

Attendee Registration

7:30 am – 6:00 pm

CME Station Hours

8:00 am – 8:15 am

General Session Announcements and Award Presentations

8:15 am – 9:00 am

SGS1: Current and Evolving Approaches for Osteoporosis Treatment
Moderator: Pauline Camacho, MD
Speaker: Sundeep Khosla, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Identify current treatment options for osteoporosis
  • Understand potential risks and benefits of osteoporosis drugs
  • Identify new directions in osteoporosis treatments
Ballroom A-C
CME Code: 2748

9:10 am – 9:15 am

Award Presentation

9:15 am – 10:00 am

SGS2: Undiagnosed Disease Program - Accelerating Endocrinologic Discovery through the Undiagnosed Diseases Network
Moderator: Susan Samson, MD
Speaker: Ashok Balasubramanyam, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Describe the goals of the Undiagnosed Diseases Network with regard to endocrine disease
  • Understand the utilization of RNA sequencing, whole exome sequencing, genome sequencing, metabolomics and genomics for the diagnosis of new endocrine diseases or expansion of endocrine disease phenotypes
  • Give examples of how the genotype to phenotype approach as led to new endocrine discoveries
Ballroom A-C
CME Code: 6745

9:45 am – 1:00 pm

Exhibit Hall Hours

10:00 am – 10:15 am

Award Presentations

10:00 am – 11:00 am

Coffee Break in Exhibit Hall

10:00 am – 11:00 am

Late-Breaking Poster Sessions in Exhibit Hall

10:15 am – 11:00 am

Product Theaters in the Exhibit Hall

11:15 am – 12:00 pm

SGS3: Thyroid Cancer Towards a Selective Use of Post-Operative Radioiodine in Thyroid Cancer Patients
Moderator: Gregory Randolph, MD
Speaker: Martin Schlumberger, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Better know the objectives of postoperative radioiodine
  • Select patients for postoperative radioiodine
  • Use the appropriate protocol for postoperative radioiodine
Ballroom A-C
CME Code: 1174

12:15 pm – 2:00 pm

AACE Annual Business Meeting Luncheon
Sheraton Boston Hotel, Grand Ballroom, 2nd floor

2:15 pm – 3:15 pm

MEET-THE-EXPERTS SESSION I

 

S11: Hyperthyroidism: Guidelines and Beyond
Moderator: Howard Lando, MD
Speaker: Douglas Ross, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Understand new paradigms for determining the etiology of hyperthyroidism
  • Understand new paradigms for managing hyperthyroid woman desiring pregnancy
  • Understand new paradigms for peri-operative management of surgyer for hyperthyroidism

Meeting Room: 210
CME Code: 6878

 

S21: Current Controversies in Osteoporosis Management
Moderator: Daniel Hurley, MD; Jad Sfeir, MD
Speaker: Sundeep Khosla, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Defines management of osteoporosis in patients with diabetes
  • Understand the role of drug holidays in osteoporosis treatment
  • Define the role of sequential treatment for osteoporosis

Meeting Room: 312
CME Code: 1483

 

S31: Type 1 Diabetes in the Pediatric and Adolescent Patient
Moderator: Jay Cohen, MD
Speaker: Joseph Wolfsdorf, MB, BCh

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Appreciate that management of type 1 diabetes in children and adolescents occurs in a developmental context
  • Insulin resistance normally occurs during puberty
  • Parental/family involvement and support contributes to better glycemic control during adolescence

Meeting Room: 310
CME Code: 9442

 

S41: Current Lipid Management: The AACE Guidelines
Moderator: Sandra Weber, MD
Speaker: Paul Jellinger, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Understand the important new Recommendations within the 2017 AACE Lipid Guidelines
  • Review the recognition and treatment of the "Extreme Risk Category described for the first time.
  • Using case based examples, apply the latest evidence for the treatment of dyslipidemia

Meeting Room: 207
CME Code: 1333

 

S51: Meet the Legend: Dr. Gordon Williams on Hyperaldosteronism from a Historical Perspective
Moderator: Anand Vaidya, MD
Speaker: Gordon Williams, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

Meeting Room: 311
CME Code: 8119

 

S61: Obesity Pharmacotherapy and Alice in Wonderland: Which Cake Will Make You Smaller?
Moderator: Janet McGill, MD
Speaker: Timothy Garvey, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Understand the principles of a complications-centric approach to obesity management in the context of the AACE obesity guidelines
  • Appreciate when and how to use obesity medications as well as the targeted outcomes of therapy I
  • In the context of case discussions, better understand selection of various obesity medications and individualization of the patient care plan

Meeting Room: 208
CME Code: 9254

 

S71: #Medicine and #Socialmedia: Untapped Potential
Moderator: David Lieb, MD
Speaker: Armand Krikorian, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Discuss the applications of various social media platforms to the practice of medicine
  • Appraise the potential pitfalls of social media use as it relates to medicine
  • Design a social media strategy to enhance their professional goals

Meeting Room: 309
CME Code: 8270

3:15 pm – 3:30 pm

Coffee Break

3:30 pm – 4:30 pm

MEET-THE-EXPERTS SESSION II

 

S12: Atypical and Ketosis-Prone Diabetes Ketosis
Moderator: Daniel Einhorn, MD
Speaker: Ashok Balasubramanyam, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Identify the different phenotypic forms of Ketosis-Prone Diabetes
  • Understand the classification of Ketosis-Prone Diabetes
  • Understand the natural history and rationale management of the different forms of Ketosis-Prone Diabetes

Meeting Room: 210
CME Code: 5271

 

S22: The Work-up of Kidney Stone Formers for the Endocrinologist
Moderator: William Zigrang, MD
Speaker: Naim Maalouf, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Identify major risk factors for commonly encountered kidney stones
  • Become familiar with the recommended evaluation of first-time and recurrent stone formers
  • Assess the impact of lifestyle and pharmacological interventions on the risk of stone recurrence

Meeting Room: 208
CME Code: 7112

 

S32: Transition Medicine for the Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia patient
Moderator: Rachel Pessah-Pollack, MD
Speaker: Richard Auchus, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Order and interpret laboratory tests for adults with congenital adrenal hyperplasia
  • Compare and contrast different glucocorticoid therapies for congenital adrenal hyperplasia
  • List the important components of the physical exam for adults with congenital adrenal hyperplasia

Meeting Room: 309
CME Code: 9385

 

S42: Current Controversies in Osteoporosis Management
Moderator: Daniel Hurley, MD; Jad Sfeir, MD
Speaker: Sundeep Khosla, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Defines management of osteoporosis in patients with diabetes
  • Understand the role of drug holidays in osteoporosis treatment
  • Define the role of sequential treatment for osteoporosis

Meeting Room: 312
CME Code: 2189

 

S52: Type 1 Diabetes in the Pediatric and Adolescent Patient
Moderator: Jay Cohen, MD
Speaker: Joseph Wolfsdorf, MB, BCh

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Appreciate that management of type 1 diabetes in children and adolescents occurs in a developmental context
  • Insulin resistance normally occurs during puberty
  • Parental/family involvement and support contributes to better glycemic control during adolescence

Meeting Room: 310
CME Code: 4952

 

S62: Current Lipid Management: The AACE Guidelines
Moderator: Sandra Weber, MD
Speaker: Paul Jellinger, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

Meeting Room: 207
CME Code: 7796

 

S72: Updates in Primary Hyperaldosteronism
Moderator: David Bimston, MD
Speaker: Anand Vaidya, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Review the physiology of primary aldosteronism
  • Review the biochemical diagnosis and localization of primary aldosteronism
  • Review evidence to support optimal therapies for primary aldosteronism

Meeting Room: 311
CME Code: 3217

4:45 pm – 5:45 pm

MEET-THE-EXPERTS SESSION III

 

S13: Hyperthyroidism: Guidelines and Beyond
Moderator: Elise Brett, MD
Speaker: Douglas Ross, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Understand new paradigms for determining the etiology of hyperthyroidism
  • Understand new paradigms for managing hyperthyroid woman desiring pregnancy
  • Understand new paradigms for peri-operative management of surgyer for hyperthyroidism

Meeting Room: 312
CME Code: 8172

 

S23: Diabetes Care Across America: Results from AACE Multi-City Transcultural Endocrinology Summits
Moderator: R. Mack Harrell, MD
Speaker: Jeffrey Mechanick, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • to be able to formulate a transcultural approach to diabetes
  • to be familiar with the important evidence for transcultural adaptations of diabetes care
  • to understand the key mechanistic drivers for transcultural differences in disease expression and response to therapy in patients with diabetes

Meeting Room: 310
CME Code: 9604

 

S33: Obesity Pharmacotherapy and Alice in Wonderland: Which Cake Will Make You Smaller?
Moderator: Michael Bush, MD
Speaker: W. Timothy Garvey, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

Meeting Room: 210
CME Code: 1351

 

S43: Atypical and Ketosis-Prone Diabetes
Moderator: Daniel Einhorn, MD
Speaker: Ashok Balasubramanyam, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Identify the different phenotypic forms of Ketosis-Prone Diabetes
  • Understand the classification of Ketosis-Prone Diabetes
  • Understand the natural history and rationale management of the different forms of Ketosis-Prone Diabetes

Meeting Room: 207
CME Code: 4409

 

S53: The Work-up of Kidney Stone Formers for the Endocrinologist
Moderator: William Zigrang, MD
Speaker: Naim Maalouf, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Identify major risk factors for commonly encountered kidney stones
  • Become familiar with the recommended evaluation of first-time and recurrent stone formers
  • Assess the impact of lifestyle and pharmacological interventions on the risk of stone recurrence

Meeting Room: 208
CME Code: 5858

 

S63: Transition Medicine for the Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia Patient
Moderator: Dody Cobin, MD
Speaker: Richard Auchus, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Order and interpret laboratory tests for adults with congenital adrenal hyperplasia
  • Compare and contrast different glucocorticoid therapies for congenital adrenal hyperplasia
  • List the important components of the physical exam for adults with congenital adrenal hyperplasia

Meeting Room: 309
CME Code: 6385

 

S73: Meet the Legend: Agony and Ecstasy of Translational Medicine in Vitamin D from a Historical Perspective
Moderator: Vin Tangpricha, MD
Speaker: Michael Holick, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Provide insight for how vitamin D metabolites were identified
  • How methodology can make a difference in clinical diagnoses
  • Novel uses of vitamin D

Meeting Room: 311
CME Code: 8524

6:30 pm

ACE Convocation
Sheraton Boston Hotel, Republic Ballroom, 2nd floor

7:30 pm

President’s Gala
Sheraton Boston Hotel, Grand Ballroom, 2nd floor

SUNDAY, MAY 20

7:00 am – 11:00 am

Attendee Registration

7:30 am – 12:00 pm

CME Station Hours

8:00 am – 8:15 am

General Session Announcements/Award Presentations

8:15 am – 9:15 am

SGS4: 2018 Bariatric Surgery and its Implications: Part One
Moderator: Jeff Mechanick, MD

  • Novel Surgical Approaches Towards the Bariatric Patient
    Travis McKenzie, MD

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - McKenzie
  • List common bariatric operations
  • Explore novel surgical options for weight loss
  • Understand outcomes of these novel surgical approaches
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Mechanick
  • To know how to formulate an endocrine and nutritional care plan for the patient who has had bariatric surgery
  • To be familiar with the key evidence that guides decision making for endocrine and nutritional care after bariatric surgery
  • To understand the main pathophysiological mechanisms for common endocrine and nutritional problems after bariatric surgery
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES – Bilezikian
  • Integrate the most recent understanding about the burden of disease, its diagnosis, and clinical presentation
  • Summarize the benefits and challenges with calcium and vitamin D therapy
  • Evaluate the role of replacment therapy wtih parathyroid hormone: Integrate new guidelines on management
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES - Hurley
  • Identify the CV risk factors improved by bariatric surgery
  • Cite the bariatric surgery outcomes for CV morbidity and mortality
  • Discuss how the types of bariatric surgery procedures affect CV health

Ballroom A-C
CME Code: 1528

9:15 am - 10:00 am

SGS5: 2018 Bariatric Surgery and its Implications: Part Two
Moderator: Jeff Mechanick, MD
Panel: Travis McKenzie, MD; Jeffrey Mechanick, MD; John Bilezikian, MD; Daniel Hurley, MD

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  • See SGS4: 2018 Bariatric Surgery and its Implications for Educational Objectives

Ballroom: A-C
CME Code: 9989

9:50 am – 10:20 am

Coffee Break

 

President’s Remarks by Dr. Leffert

10:15 am – 11:30 am

SGS6: Pituitary and Neuroendocrine tumors: Diagnostic Challenges
Panel: Adriana Ioachimescu, MD;  Richard Auchus, MD;    Ed Laws, MD

  • Current Pituitary Adenomas
  • Pituitary Adenoma Imaging – Orthotopic and Ectopic
  • Pre-Treatment Debate: Dotatate for Therapy-Tumor Selection?

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  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • Identify the challenges of diagnosis and management of functional pituitary tumors
  • Understand the value of a multidicplinary approach to diagnosis and management of neuroendocrine and pituitary disorder.
  • Discuss the incorporation of new imaging techinology such as Gallium 68 dotatate scans into diagnostic and treatment approaches to Neuroendocrine disorders

Ballroom A-C
CME Code: 9189

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