Stop in after picking up your registration packet and say high to old and new friends during the Thursday evening reception. You'll have a chance to visit with sponsors and exhibitors, play our Go for the Gold raffle prize game, and nosh on some heavy appetizers and grab a free drink.
Friday February 25 Morning
6:30-7:15 AM The Breakfast Club (Exhibit Hall - Upper Pavilion) We'll have a nice breakfast available for registrants, hot coffee, and exhibitor booths open. 7:15-10:30 AM CME SESSION I (Education Hall - Lower Pavilion) 7:15-8:15 AM Expedition Medicine: Preparation and Treatment Challenges, Howard Donner, MD, CFI 8:15-8:30 AM Coffee Break in Exhibit Hall 8:30-9:30 AM Pediatric Update, Thomas Patterson, MD, Family Medicine Health Center 9:30-10:30 AM High Altitude Illness: Recognition and Current Treatment, Howard Donner, MD, CFI
Friday Mid-Day Break
10:30 AM-4 PM Open Time 11-3 PM Cross Country Skiing at WhiteTail The Whitetail Club is offering us access to its exclusive groomed trails on Friday for just $15 per skier. Shore Lodge will provide a shuttle to/from the private Whitetail golf course at 11, Noon and 1:15, returning at 12:15, 1:30, and 3 PM. Signups will be made available closer to the event. Register here. 3-4 PM Afternoon Snack Break (Exhibit Hall - Upper Pavilion) Enjoy some light and healthy snacks and continue to complete your Go For the Gold raffle entry form with exhibitors.
4-7 PM CME SESSION II (Education Hall Lower Pavilion) 4-5 PM Marijuana Clinical Applications and Update, Ananth Shenoy, MD, Virginia Mason Franciscan Health 5-6 PM Surgical Management of Metastatic Colorectal Cancer, Leah Stockton MD, Saint Alphonsus Surgical Oncology 6-7 PM Humor, Medicine, and Resilience, Amish Dave, MD, Virginia Mason Franciscan Health
7-8:30 PM Reception and Raffle Prize Drawings (Exhibit Hall - Upper Pavilion) Come grab some dinner and make your way around the exhibitor booths to complete your "Go For the Gold" raffle entry forms. Turn in your form by 8:10 PM and we will start our prize drawings at 8:15.
Feb 26 Saturday Morning
6:30-7:15 AM The Breakfast Club (Education Hall - Lower Pavilion) We'll have a nice breakfast available for registrants and hot coffee. 7:15-10:30 AM CME SESSION III (Education Hall - Lower Pavilion) 7:15-8:15 AM 2022 Updates in Rheumatology, Amish Dave, MD, Virginia Mason Franciscan Health 8:15-8:30 AM Coffee Break in Exhibit Hall 8:30-9:30 AM The Most Common Condition of All? Management Update on Obesity for PCPs, Jonathan Stoehr, MD, PhD, Virginia Mason Franciscan Health 9:30-10:30 AM Adverse Childhood Experiences and COVID, Thomas Patterson MD, Family Medicine Health Center
Saturday Mid-Day Break 10:30-6 PM
1-2:30 PM The Weight of Gold optional viewing (Education Room - Lower Pavilion) Free The Weight of Gold is an HBO Sports Emmy nominated documentary exploring the mental health challenges that Olympic athletes often face. The film comes during a time when the COVID-19 pandemic has postponed the 2020 Tokyo Games — the first such postponement in Olympic history — and greatly exacerbated mental health issues. It may spark discussion of similar challenges elite performers like physicians also face. Register here.
Feb 26 Saturday Evening
5:30-6:45 PM Social Reception (Exhibit Hall - Upper Pavilion) Come by and grab a complimentary mixed drink, beer or wine and share about the day's activities you enjoyed with other attendees.
7-9 PM Evening Banquet and Activity (Exhibit Hall - Upper Pavilion) Enjoy a dinner buffet featuring chipotle rubbed flat iron stake, butterflied pan seared shrimp, roasted sweet pepper and potato gratin, Mediterranean ratatouille, roasted forest mushrooms, braised red lentils and a variety of soup, salads and dessert. Drink options including domestic and imported micro beers and selected wines. $65 each (tax/gratuity included.) Register Here
Guest Speaker: Dr. Mickey Myhre - "A Stroll Through the Fungal Forest."Dr. Myhre is a retired pathologist, former Pathology Department Chairman at St. Alphonsus, founder of IDX Pathology and former President of both ACMS and of the IMA. In this talk he hopes to explain his route from pathologist fungophobe to mycology fanatic and explore the myriad ways in which the study of this fascinating biological Kingdom can benefit physicians, their patients, and even the health of the planet.
6-10 PM Family Movie Night (Shore Lodge Theater) Due to a lack of interest, we have cancelled the pizza party but still showing a double header celebrating the Olympics. We'll show Cool Runnings, the 1993 fictionalized comedy about the Jamaican bobsled team. We'll follow it with the 2004 Miracle, the retelling of the Miracle on Ice story of the US vs. USSR Olympic Hockey Championship in 1980. Both are rated PG, but parents are advised to review IMDB listings. Register Here.
Feb 27 Sunday Morning
6:30-7:15 AM The Breakfast Club (Education Hall - Lower Pavilion) We'll have a nice breakfast available for registrants and hot coffee. 7:15-10:30 AM CME SESSION IV (Education Hall - Lower Pavilion) 7:15-8:15 AM "Skin Deep" - An Update in Common Skin Conditions for PCPs, Steven Mings, MD, Gem State Dermatology 8:15-8:30 AM Coffee Break in Exhibit Hall 8:30-9:30 AM Shared Medical Decision Making with Diabetic Patients, Jonathan Stoehr, MD, PhD, Virginia Mason Franciscan Health 9:30-10:30 AM Early Resolution and Disclosure of Unanticipated Medical Outcomes, Kathy Kenady MIEC Insurance Conclusion of Education