1st Advances in Men’s Health

Lodge at Whitefish, Whitefish, Montana
August 22-25, 2021

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Conference Overview and Educational Goals

Providing healthcare to men can be a challenge. Typically, they are reluctant consumers; they make fewer appointments than women and are far less likely to have a regular source of medical care. Consequently, they tend to present with later-stage illnesses than their female counterparts and die more often from 14 of the 15 leading causes of death. In spite of their relative apathy, once men are in a care environment they often have remarkably high expectations. As such, it behooves those interested in men’s health to remain up-to-date, and Advances in Men’s Health will provide relevant education to both primary care and urology providers, utilizing speakers who are both leaders in their field and skilled teachers. It is hoped that a dialogue will ensue between PCPs and urology specialists that will enhance everyone’s quality of men’s healthcare delivery.

This meeting is being held in a beautiful lakeside lodge minutes from Glacier National Park, and the agenda will allow attendees and their families to explore and participate in the ample recreational opportunities of this Montana paradise. 

Program Director

Steven N. Gange, MD, FACS

Steven N. Gange, MD, FACS

Director of Education
Summit Urology Group
Co-Founder and President
Utah Healthy Living Foundation
Salt Lake City, Utah

Keynotes from Primary Care Physicians and Urology Experts

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Connect with Peers and Experts

Agenda

Advances in Men’s Health will provide relevant education to both primary care and urology providers, utilizing speakers who are both leaders in their field and skilled teachers. Join us from August 22-25, 2021, in Whitefish, Montana.

Sunday, August 22, 2021 – All times Mountain Standard Time (MST) 

2:00pm–6:00pm

Registration Desk Opens/Exhibitor Sign-in/Set Up

4:00pm–6:00pm

Exhibits Open

6:00pm–7:30pm

Welcome Reception – Lakeside Pavilion

Monday, August 23, 2021 – All times Mountain Standard Time (MST) 

6:30am–7:15am

Industry-Sponsored Breakfast Symposium (#1) – TBD

7:15am–7:30am

Welcome and Opening Remarks
Steven N. Gange, MD, FACS

7:30am–9:00am

Session 1: General Men’s Health And Lifestyle

7:30am–8:00am

One Way to Optimize Modern Healthcare: Focus on Men’s Health
Andy Peiffer, MD, PhD

8:15am–8:45am

Men’s Health, Nutrition, and Supplement Update
Mark A. Moyad, MD, MPH

8:45am–9:00am

Panel Discussion: What More Can Urologists Do for Men?
Peter C. Fisher, MD, Steven N. Gange, MD, FACS, Peter J. Walter, MD, FACS

9:00am–10:00am

Session 2: What’s Hot

9:00am–9:30am

Keynote Speaker
The History of Penile Enlargement and the Advent of Penuma
James J. Elist, MD, FACS

9:30am–9:50am

Marketing for Men’s Health
Neil H. Baum, MD

9:50am–10:00am

Panel Discussion: Do We Know What Men Really Want?
William O. Brant, MD, FACS, FECSM, Steven N. Gange, MD, FACS, Andy Peiffer, MD, PhD

10:00am–10:30am

Refreshment Break With Exhibitors

10:30am–12:00pm

Session 3: BPH/LUTS: The Case For Early Intervention

10:30am–10:50am

No Man Left Behind: The Quest for Filling the Gaps in BPH Care
Theodore C. Lamson, PhD

10:50am–11:20am

Emerging BPH Drug Side Effects and Polypharmacy
Peter J. Walter, MD, FACS

11:20am–11:30am

The Art and Science of “Deprescribing”
Lori B. Lerner, MD

11:30am–11:50am

Surgical Disobstruction versus Meds versus MIST for BPH?
Thomas Mueller, MD

11:50am–12:00pm

Panel Discussion: Can We Shift the BPH Paradigm? Do We Need To?
Peter A. Caputo, MD, Lori B. Lerner, MD, Theodore C. Lamson, PhD, Thomas Mueller, MD

12:00pm–1:00pm

Industry-Sponsored Lunch Symposium (#2) – TBD

1:00pm

Adjourn/Recreational Activities

Tuesday, August 24, 2021 – All times Mountain Standard Time (MST) 

6:30am–7:30am

Industry-Sponsored Breakfast Symposium – (#3) TBD

7:30am–9:00am

Session 4: Staying Healthy

7:30am–7:50am

Strategies That Can Optimize Men’s Health
Andy Peiffer, MD, PhD

7:50am–8:20am

Physician Burnout, and Life After Death
Peter C. Fisher, MD

8:20am–8:40am

Panel Discussion: Physician Heal Thyself
Andy Peiffer, MD, PhD, Peter C. Fisher, MD

8:50am–12:00pm

Session 5: Firsthand Experience

8:50am–9:10am

Keynote Speaker
Where Do All the Really Good Ideas Come From? The Process of Medical Technology Innovation
Theodore C. Lamson, PhD

9:10am–9:50am

Why I Chose UroLift for My LUTS
Peter J. Walter, MD, FACS

9:50am–10:00am

Panel Discussion: Is TURP Still King?
Steven N. Gange, MD, FACS, Thomas J. Mueller, MD, FACS, Peter J. Walter, MD, FACS

10:00am–10:30am

Refreshment Break With Exhibitors

10:30am–11:00am

AUA Guideline Development from the Perspective of a Committee Member
Lori B. Lerner, MD

11:00am–11:50am

PSA: Past, Present, and Future
Michael K. Brawer, MD

11:50am–12:00pm

Panel Discussion: The Future is of LUTS Management is Bright
Michael K. Brawer, MD, E. David Crawford, MD, Lori B. Lerner, MD

12:00pm–1:00pm

Industry-Sponsored Lunch Symposium – (#4) TBD

1:00pm

Adjourn/Recreational Activities

Wednesday, August 25, 2021 – All times Mountain Standard Time (MST) 

6:30am–7:30am

Industry-Sponsored Breakfast Symposium – (#5) TBD

7:30am–12:00pm

Session 6: The Cutting Edge

7:30am–7:50am

ED Update: Are Regenerative Therapies Ready for Prime Time?
William O. Brant, MD, FACS, FECSM

7:50am–8:10am

Managing Male Stress Incontinence 
William O. Brant, MD, FACS, FECSM

8:10am–8:40am

Peyronie’s Disease
Peter C. Fisher, MD

8:40am–8:50am

Panel Discussion

8:50am–9:20am

Advancement in Treatment for mCSPC
Neeraj Agarwal, MD

9:20am–9:50am

Advancement in Treatment for mCRPC
Neeraj Agarwal, MD

9:50am–10:00am

Panel Discussion

10:00am–10:30am

Refreshment Break With Exhibitor

10:30am–12:00pm

Session 7: Minimizing Morbidity In Prostate Cancer Care

10:30am–10:50am

From In-Office Transrectal to Transperineal Prostate Biopsies
Peter A. Caputo, MD

10:50am–11:20am

Advances in Radiation Therapy for Prostate Cancer
John K. Hayes, MD

11:20am–11:50am

Focal Therapy for CAP
Michael K. Brawer, MD

11:50am–12:00pm

Panel Discussion: What’s Next in Prostate Cancer Care?
Peter A. Caputo, MD, Neeraj Agarwal, MD, John K. Hayes, MD

12:00pm–1:00pm

Industry-Sponsored Lunch Symposium – (#6) TBD

1:00pm

Adjourn/Recreational Activities

1:00pm–5:00pm

Glacier Or Bust: Wilderness Medicine Certificate Course (OPTIONAL)
Richard J. Ingebretsen, MD, PhD

Accommodations & Transportation

The Lodge at Whitefish Lake
1380 Wisconsin Avenue
Whitefish, MT 59937

Inspired by the grand lodges of the past, with all the conveniences of the present, The Lodge has returned a sense of leisure and grace to the Montana travel experience. Surrounded by mountains with the pristine waters of Whitefish Lake at our back door, and all the amenities of a full-service resort hotel, The Lodge provides the perfect location for your next visit to Whitefish and northwest Montana.

With outstanding service and deluxe accommodations, you will be able to enjoy all that Whitefish and northwest Montana has to offer. The Lodge is only minutes from downtown Whitefish, ten minutes from the ski slopes of the Whitefish Mountain Resort, and less than a 30-minute drive to the scenic wonders of Glacier National Park.

ROOM RESERVATIONS:
http://lodgeatwhitefishlake.com/groupslogin

Group ID: MENURO21
Password: WHITEFISH

ROOM RATES:

  • A 1 King Classic Room or a 2 Queens Classic Room in the Viking Lodge is $289/night
  • A 1 King Standard Room in the Main Lodge is $298/night
  • A 1 King Lakefront Standard Room or a 2 Queens Lakefront Standard Room in the Main Lodge is $365/night
  • A 1 King Lodge Studio Suite or a 2 Queen Lodge Studio Suite in the Main Lodge is $355/night
  • A 2-Bedroom Lakefront King + 2 Twins Lakefront Condominium is $545/night
  • A 2-Bedroom Lakefront King + Queen Lakefront Condominium is $545/night

8% Montana Accommodations Tax, 3% Resort Tax, 1% Tourism Promotion Assessment, 1% Whitefish Lake Institute Assessment, and 7.75% Resort Services Fee (20.75% total) not included in room rates. Applicable taxes & fees are subject to change.

CONFERENCE ATTIRE:
Attire is business casual. Since meeting room temperatures and personal comfort levels vary, it is recommended that you bring a sweater or jacket to the educational activities.

For information about summer activities in Whitefish, see this page from The Lodge at Whitefish Lake: https://lodgeatwhitefishlake.com/summer-adventures

Invited Faculty

Steven N. Gange, MD, FACS

Steven N. Gange, MD, FACS

Granger Medical Clinic/Summit Urology Group
Salt Lake City, Utah

James J. Elist, MD, FACS

James J. Elist, MD, FACS

Elist Clinic
Beverly Hills, California

Richard J. Ingebretsen, MD, PhD

Richard J. Ingebretsen, MD, PhD

University of Utah
Salt Lake City, Utah

Andy Peiffer, MD, PhD

Andy Peiffer, MD, PhD

Men’s Health Center
Salt Lake City, Utah

Neeraj Agarwal, MD

Neeraj Agarwal, MD

Huntsman Cancer Institute
Salt Lake City, Utah

Neil H. Baum, MD

Neil H. Baum, MD

Tulane University
New Orleans, Louisiana

William O. Brant, MD, FACS, FECSM

William O. Brant, MD, FACS, FECSM

Veterans Affairs Medical Center
Salt Lake City, Utah

Michael K. Brawer, MD

Michael K. Brawer, MD

Nanospectra Biosciences Inc.
Seattle, Washington

Peter A. Caputo, MD

Peter A. Caputo, MD

University of Utah
Salt Lake City, Utah

Peter C. Fisher, MD

Peter C. Fisher, MD

St. Mark’s Hospital
Salt Lake City, Utah

John K. Hayes, MD

John K. Hayes, MD

GammaWest Brachytherapy
Salt Lake City, Utah

Theodore C. Lamson, PhD

Theodore C. Lamson, PhD

NeoTract, Inc.
Alamo, California

Lori B. Lerner, MD

Lori B. Lerner, MD

VA Boston Healthcare System
Boston, Massachusetts

Mark A. Moyad, MD, MPH

Mark A. Moyad, MD, MPH

University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, Michigan

Thomas J. Mueller, MD, FACS

Thomas J. Mueller, MD, FACS

New Jersey Urology, LLC / Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine / Jefferson Health New Jersey
Stratford, New Jersey

Peter J. Walter, MD, FACS

Peter J. Walter, MD, FACS

Western New York Urology Associates
Jamestown, New York

CME Information

Joint Providership Statement: This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Utah Medical Association through the joint providership of the Utah Healthy Living Foundation and the Carden Jennings Publishing Co., Ltd.  The Utah Healthy Living Foundation is accredited by the Utah Medical Association to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The Utah Healthy Living Foundation designates this course activity for a maximum of 17 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™.  Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

The learning objectives for this program are:

  1. Apply unique considerations and skills in managing health of men 
  2. Review science relating to current use of dietary supplements and nutrition; learn how to live healthier and longer from the experience seen in Blue Zone populations
  3. Appreciate men’s interest in cosmetic procedures
  4. Learn how some clinicians effectively and ethically utilize medical marketing to enhance their practices, and consider application to your circumstances
  5. Discuss emerging and available treatment options for BPH and the value of early definitive intervention for BPH and LUTS, as well as the epidemic of polypharmacy 
  6. Evaluate and manage the impact of urethral obstruction on bladder health
  7. Understand the principles surrounding development and ultimate commercialization of a good idea
  8. Explain the use of and guidelines for testosterone and hereditary cancer testing
  9. Describe the current process (and limitations) of Guideline development in medicine

Registration

During these times, Grand Rounds in Urology and Advances in Men’s Health are committed to you. This live event has been planned in accordance with state and local guidelines to meet the highest safety standards.

Support Opportunities

To inquire about support opportunities, please contact:

Marc Weathersby, Chief Marketing Officer
Tel: 434-817-2000, x193    Cell: 434-989-5508
Fax: 434-817-2020    mweathersby@cjp.com

Exhibit and Sponsor Prospectus

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