Audio from the 65th Annual Medical Conference


Click on the links below to listen to the audio from the 2010 OSMS Confrence.


Day 1: Wednesday, May 12


Welcome and Announcements


1. What's New in My Specialty
Controversies in PSA Screening - Tyler Christensen, MD
Latest in Bariatric Surgery - Steve Simper, MD
Controversy of Tight Glucose Management - Jack Wahlen, MD
What's New in Orthopaedics - Dann Byck, MD


2. Life in the Balance
A Physician's Memoir of Life, Love, and Loss with Parkinson's Disease and Dementia
Thomas B. Graboys, MD


3. Earlier Diagnostics and Biological Markers for Alzheimer's Disease
Mony de Leon, EdD


4. Proactive Dementia Care:
Beyond Standard Treatment to Prevent Crises
Norman Foster, MD


5. Panel Discussion - Firing Line on Health Care Reform
Paul Mero - The Sutherland Institute
Joseph Jarvis, MD - Utah Health Care Initiative
Jessica Kendrick - Utah Health Policy Project
Michelle McOmber, MBA, CAE - UMA
Questions and Answers




Day 2: Thursday, May 13


1. What's New in My Specialty
HPV Vaccine/What's New in Pap Smears? - David Degener, MD
Cardiac Electrophysiology for the Primary Care Doctor - John Lund, MD
Robotic Surgery - Joseph Graham, MD
What's New in Rehabilitation? - Bradley Melville, MD


2. Bipolar Disorders:
Diagnosis, Treatment and Outcome
Jan Fawcett, MD


3. Resident Program Presentation
Resident 1
Resident 2
Resident 3
Resident 4
Resident 5
Resident 6


4. Suicide in Medical Practice
Jan Fawcett, MD


5. Collaborative Management of Progressive Chronic Kidney Disease or Primary Clinicians are from Venus, Nephrologists are from Mars
Andrew Narva, MD


6. Evaluation and Treatment of Acute Kidney Injury
Christopher Rich, MD


7. Can End Stage Kidney Disease Be Prevented?
Alfred K. Cheung, MD


8. The Top 10 Things Nephrologists Wish Every Primary Care Physician Knew
Harry O. Senekjian, MD




Day 3: Friday, May 14


1. What's New in My Specialty?
Latest Treatment of Head Injury - Dennis Winters, MD
Radiation Oncology - Roger Hansen, MD
Buprenorphine/Naloxone for Opiate Withdrawal - John Reis, MD


2. Business Meeting
New Officers - Annual Report
Robert Whipple, MD


3. Mental Health Services Policy:
The Stepchild in Health Care Reform
David Mechanic, PhD


4. MD Participation in Capital Punishment
David Waisel, MD


5. The Uncertain Future of Primary Medical Care
David Mechanic, PhD


6. Prevention of Depression in At-Risk Adolescents
Richard Martini, MD


7. How Vulnerability for Addiction Informs Treatment Decisions
Marvin Seppala, MD


8. What the Primary Care Provider Needs to Know About Genetics
Bruce Korf, MD




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