30th Annual Perspectives in Urology: Point Counterpoint

Humphreys Half Moon Inn
San Diego, California
March 10-12, 2023

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Overview

Join leading specialists in urology, medical oncology, and radiation oncology at the 30th Annual Perspectives in Urology: Point Counterpoint conference. Engage in dynamic discussions on the latest men’s health, general urology, and genitourinary cancer topics through lectures, pro/con debates, case presentations, panel discussions, and interactive audience response technology. Among the featured topics are lower urinary tract symptoms, localized and advanced prostate cancer, bladder cancer and immunotherapy, upper tract cancer management, renal cell carcinoma, MRI and imaging, and other relevant urologic subjects.

The goal of PCP 30 is to address key questions on practice-changing developments in these topics, and to examine the next generation in diagnosis and treatment. The conference’s format includes not only didactic lectures, but also debates, point-counterpoint discussion panels, and unique-case presentations.

Program Co-Chair

E. David Crawford, MD

E. David Crawford, MD

Professor of Urology
University of California,
San Diego
La Jolla, California

Program Co-Chair

Manoj J. Monga, MD, FACS

Manoj J. Monga, MD, FACS

 Chairman of Urology
University of California,
San Diego
La Jolla, California

Agenda

The 30th Annual Perspectives in Urology: Point Counterpoint (PCP 30) conference offers a robust program with multi-track sessions, debates, discussion panels, and more. Join us March 10-12, 2023, in sunny San Diego, California.

This is a working agenda and subject to change. Please check back often for the latest updates.

TimeCourse TitleSpeaker(s)
Friday, March 10, 2023 (All Times Pacific Daylight Time)
11:00am – 1:00pmRegistration
12:00pm – 12:45pmIndustry-Supported Lunch SymposiumTBD
12:45pm – 6:30pmExhibits Open
1:00pm – 1:10pmWelcome and IntroductionE. David Crawford, MD
1:10pm – 2:30pmSESSION I: Men’s Health: The When and HowModerator:
1:10pm – 1:20pmTestosterone Update on Oral ProductsT. Mike Hsieh, MD, MBA
1:20pm – 1:30pmGermline Screening and Polygenic Risk ScoresChristopher J. Kane, MD
1:30pm – 1:40pmProstate Cancer Early DetectionE. David Crawford, MD
1:40pm – 1:50 pmUpdate on Testosterone and Treatment for Diabetes Mellitus: T4DM Australian StudyT. Mike Hsieh, MD, MBA
1:50pm – 2:00pmBPH Medical Therapy
2:00pm – 2:10pmDeveloping Clinical Pathways to Improve Management and Outcomes in Men’s HealthShirley H. Lee, CRNP-FNP, MPH
2:10pm – 2:30pmPoint-Counterpoint: Erectile Dysfunction After Local TherapiesPDE5 inhibitors and early penile rehab improves ED recovery following Radical SurgeryPro: Christopher J. Kane, MDCon: Aditya Bagrodia, MD, FACS
2:30pm – 4:00pmSESSION II: Aspects of Women’s HealthModerator: Jennifer T. Anger, MD, MPH (Virtual)
2:30pm – 2:40pmPrimer on Testosterone Therapy for Women: Treatment of HSDD
2:40pm – 2:50pmRequests for Same-Gender ProvidersEdward S. Cohen, MD
2:50pm – 3:00pmRecurrent UTIsJennifer T. Anger, MD, MPH (Virtual)
3:00pm – 3:10pmAssessment of the Urinary MicrobiomeJennifer T. Anger, MD, MPH (Virtual)
3:10pm – 3:20pmBioTE and Other Hormonal Replacements
3:20pm – 3:40pmDeveloping Clinical Pathways to Improve Management and Outcomes in Women’s HealthShirley H. Lee, CRNP-FNP, MPH
3:40pm – 4:00pmPoint-Counterpoint: PCR and NGS is the New Standard for Clinical Evaluation, not Culture and SensitivityPro: Jennifer T. Anger, MD, MPH (Virtual)Con: Shirley H. Lee, CRNP-FNP, MPH
4:00pm – 4:30pmBreak & Visit Exhibits
4:30pm – 6:00pmSESSION III: Controversies in Prostate CancerModerator: Christopher J. Kane, MD
4:30pm – 4:40pmClinicians Need to Eliminate Active SurveillanceE. David Crawford, MD
4:40pm – 5:00pmPoint-Counterpoint: Active Surveillance for Intermediate-Risk DiseasePro: Aditya Bagrodia, MD, FACSCon: Christopher J. Kane, MD
5:00pm – 5:20pmPoint-Counterpoint: Surgery vs. Brachytherapy for Intermediate and High-Risk Prostate CancerSurgery: Christopher J. Kane, MDRadiation: Mira Keyes, MD, FRCPC* (Virtual)
5:20pm – 5:30pmImproving Outcomes and Revenue with Patient NavigationShirley H. Lee, CRNP-FNP, MPH
5:30pm – 5:50pmThe Value of Advanced Practice Providers: Increasing Revenue, Improving Operations, and Decreasing Physician BurnoutEdward S. Cohen, MD
5:50pm – 6:00pmPanel Discussion / Q&AChristopher J. Kane, MDAditya Bagrodia, MD, FACSE. David Crawford, MDMira Keyes, MD, FRCPC (Virtual)Shirley H. Lee, CRNP-FNP, MPH
6:00pm – 7:00pmResident Competition: UC San Diego vs. Navy Medical Center Urology
7:00pm – 8:00pmWelcome Reception: Exhibit Hall
Saturday, March 11, 2023 (All Times Pacific Daylight Time)
7:00am – 12:00pmExhibits Open
7:00am – 8:00am
7:00am – 8:00amIndustry-Supported Breakfast SymposiumE. David Crawford, MD
8:00am – 9:10amSESSION IV: Urothelial Carcinoma - Bladder & Upper TractModerator: Alan H. Bryce, MD
8:00am – 8:10amClinical Trials for BCG-Naïve and BCG-Unresponsive NMIBCAmirali H. Salmasi, MD
8:10am – 8:20amBiomarkers for Bladder CancerAmirali H. Salmasi, MD
8:20am – 8:30am(Neo)Adjuvant Therapy for Localized Upper Tract Urothelial CarcinomaTyler F. Stewart, MD
8:30am – 8:40amRole of Circulating Tumor DNA and Adjuvant Therapy in Urothelial CarcinomaTyler F. Stewart, MD
8:40am – 9:10amPoint-Counterpoint: Cystectomy vs. Trimodal Therapy for Muscle Invasive Bladder CancerCystectomy: Aditya Bagrodia, MD, FACSTrimodal Therapy: Tyler F. Stewart, MDWhat Really is Best: Alan H. Bryce, MD
9:10am – 9:30amBreak & Visit Exhibits
9:30am – 11:30amSESSION V: Approaches to Urologic DisordersModerator: Manoj J. Monga, MD
9:30am – 9:50amPoint-Counterpoint: Next Generation Sequencing vs. Standard CultureNGS: Seth K. Bechis, MDStandard Culture: Karen L. Stern, MD
9:50am – 10:10amPoint-Counterpoint: Holmium vs. Thulium LaserHolmium: Seth K. Bechis, MDThulium: Karen L. Stern, MD
10:10am – 10:30amPoint-Counterpoint: Mini PCNL vs. Standard PCNLMini-PCNL: Karen L. Stern, MDStandard PCNL: Manoj J. Monga, MD
10:30am – 10:50amPanel Discussion / Q&AManoj J. Monga, MD
10:50am – 11:10amPoint-Counterpoint: 24-Hour Urines vs. Empiric Therapy24-Hour Urines: Karen L. Stern, MDEmpiric Therapy: Manoj J. Monga, MD
11:10am – 11:30amPoint-Counterpoint: HOLEP vs. GreenLight™ PVPHOLEP: Karen L. Stern, MDGreenLight™ PVP: Seth K. Bechis, MD
11:30am – 12:10pmSESSION VI: Resident & Fellow Highlighted PresentationsModerator: Manoj J. Monga, MD
12:10pm – 12:50pmBreak & Visit Exhibits
Sunday, March 12, 2023 (All Times Pacific Daylight Time)
7:00am – 10:30amExhibits Open
7:00am – 8:00am
8:00am – 9:30amSESSION VII: Imaging for Prostate CancerPhillip J. Koo, MD
8:00am – 8:10amCurrent Status and Appropriate Use of PSMA PET in the United StatesPhillip J. Koo, MD
8:10am – 8:20amTherapeutic Radiopharmaceuticals in Prostate Cancer: What the Urologist Needs to KnowPhillip J. Koo, MD
8:20am – 8:30amCase Study: Implementation of the Imaging ModalitiesE. David Crawford, MD
8:30am – 8:40amRADAR VI: A New Pathway ForwardE. David Crawford, MD
8:40am – 8:50amOptimizing Multidisciplinary Care in Prostate CancerPhillip J. Koo, MD
8:50am – 9:10amPoint-Counterpoint: Will Conventional Imaging Become Obsolete?Pro: Phillip J. Koo, MDCon: Tyler F. Stewart, MD
9:10am – 9:30amPanel Discussion: The Role of Fluciclovine Given the Approval of PSMAModerator: Phillip J. Koo, MDPanelists: Alan H. Bryce; MD, Aditya Bagrodia, MD, FACS; E. David Crawford, MD
9:30am – 11:00amSESSION VIII: The PCP “Basics in 7” (4-minute Summary with 3 minutes of Q&A)Moderator: E. David Crawford, MD
9:30am – 9:37amPrevention of BPH and Prostate Cancer
9:37am – 9:44amMarkers in UrologyE. David Crawford, MD
9:44am – 9:51amImaging in UrologyPhillip J. Koo, MD
9:51am – 9:58amStone Disease Workup and TreatmentManoj J. Monga, MD
9:58am – 10:05amManagement of Advanced Prostate CancerAlan H. Bryce, MD
10:05am – 10:12amManaging the Side Effects of ADTTyler F. Stewart, MD
10:12am – 10:19amSuperficial Bladder Cancer
10:19am – 10:26amUse of the GLP-1 Agonists in MetS and Obesity
10:26am – 10:33amPenile CancerAditya Bagrodia, MD, FACS
10:33am – 10:40amTesticular CancerAditya Bagrodia, MD, FACS
10:47am – 11:00amPanel Discussion / Q&A
11:00am – 11:45pm
11:45pm – 12:00pmClosing RemarksE. David Crawford, MD

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Accommodations

Humphreys Half Moon Inn
2303 Shelter Island Drive
San Diego, California 92106

Experience the comfort and convenience of our tropical waterfront San Diego hotel when you reserve your stay at Humphreys Half Moon Inn. Guests staying with us can expect to find all the comforts of home in our tropical location. Explore the features and amenities that make each stay at Humphreys Half Moon Inn a pleasure.

With a convenient location close to Highway 5 and downtown throughways, our guests enjoy easy access to major attractions, shopping and dining in the San Diego area. Our hotel is the perfect home base for business and leisure travelers seeking luxurious boutique accommodations and resort amenities just minutes away from the most popular attractions in the area such as our famous Zoo, SeaWorld, the San Diego Convention Center, the Gaslamp District and the USS Midway Museum.

ROOM RESERVATIONS:
https://tinyurl.com/PCP2023

ROOM RATES*:
Run of House – $229.00
Luxury Jr. Suite – $289.00
Garden View Suite – $319.00
Marina View Suite – $359.00

*Humphreys Half Moon Inn offers a mandatory Half Moon Pass fee of $17.00 (plus tax) per day. It includes 20% off breakfast, 10% off lunch and dinner, bicycle rentals, high-speed wi-fi, waived cover charge at our lounge (waived fee excludes National Acts), and more.

DEPOSIT/CANCELLATION POLICY:
Reservations canceled less than 24 hours prior to arrival will be charged one night’s room plus taxes/fees. No-show reservations are subject to one night’s room and tax.

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.

Transportation

GROUND TRANSPORTATION:
The hotel is three miles from San Diego’s Lindbergh field—a short 10 minute drive.

The Inn does not provide shuttle service to and from the airport.

Taxis and Ubers are abundant at the airport and hotel.

PARKING:
Parking is available onsite at the hotel. Overnight guest parking is $20.00 per vehicle per night. Discounted daytime parking is $15.00 per vehicle per day. Parking prices are subject to change.

Activities

San Diego Zoo

Discover San Diego’s most famous animal attraction and family-friendly visitor destination during your stay at our hotel near San Diego Zoo. From majestic African Elephants, exotic Komodo Dragons, and endangered Giant Pandas to imposing Polar Bears, bizarre Cassowaries, and hairy Tarantulas, this legendary zoo is home to more than 4,000 rare and endangered animals. Featuring cageless exhibits designed around natural habitats, the zoo’s animals enjoy unmatched freedom while visitors enjoy up-close animal encounters, all highlighted by a huge botanical collection of over 700,000 exotic plants.

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Gaslamp Quarter

Situated in the heart of downtown San Diego, the historic Gaslamp Quarter is the place to go for food, festivals, and fun. Home to over 150 restaurants, bars, and nightclubs, 100 shops, and boutiques, and hosting top Southern California events like ShamRock and the San Diego Film Festival, this 16-block landmark district offers visitors and locals a virtually endless array of dining, shopping, and entertainment options all year long.

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History and Heritage

From its Native American roots and Spanish Missionary heritage, to cultural milestones and military influence, San Diego’s role and contribution in shaping the region can be found when exploring its complex and fascinating history. For an overview of San Diego’s beginning, start at Old Town State Park featuring 17 museums and historical sites. For a comprehensive look at San Diego’s history, head over to Balboa Park and the San Diego History Center located along the Prado. If you like your history with a dose of celebrity, Coronado and the Hotel del Coronado should be on your radar. And no trip to San Diego would be complete without a walk through the historic Gaslamp Quarter.

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Sea World San Diego

SeaWorld® is a world leader in animal care and conservation. Through up-close animal encounters, incredible shows, or hands-in attractions like the all-new Explorer’s Reef®, you’ll be inspired to connect with and care for the natural world. Soar, dive and twist like a ray on our Manta® coaster or take a spin on Shipwreck Rapids®. Plus, discover the remarkable rescues and groundbreaking research that makes SeaWorld so important. SeaWorld has rescued, treated & returned to the wild over 26,000 animals and counting. For more than 50 years – SeaWorld Cares®.

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On the Water

With 70 miles of sun-soaked coast, calm bay waters, and plenty of placid lakes, it’s easy to spend a day on or in the water. Escape to the bright side of San Diego, where these water adventures will have you smiling from ear to ear: kayaking, snorkeling, paddleboarding, sailing, fishing, surfing, scuba diving, boat tours, whale watching, and more.

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Point Loma

Point Loma is a beautiful San Diego region full of history, notable sights, and pretty views. Located between Mission Bay and San Diego Bay, the peninsula is right in the heart of the city and well worth a visit during your stay in San Diego. Although you won’t find a beach in Point Loma, it’s home to many other activities and attractions. If you’re wondering what to do in Point Loma, check out the Cabrillo National Monument, Sunset Cliffs, Liberty Station, Shelter Island, and more.

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Balboa Park, Museums, and More

Often referred to as the “Smithsonian of the West,” Balboa Park is the largest urban park with cultural institutions in the United States. 17 museums devoted to topics as varied as anthropology, art, aviation, natural science, and technology are spread throughout the pristine gardens and historic Spanish Colonial architecture in Balboa Park.

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Nightlife

Follow the music to San Diego, where the nightlife is one of the most buzzing scenes on the West Coast. The nightclubs are bumping with world-class DJs, the craft cocktails are true works of art and dance floors are filled with people soaking up the bright vibes of San Diego after sundown. It all starts in the Gaslamp Quarter with 16 walkable blocks packed with over 180 restaurants, 50 bars, and 10 nightclubs.  But the good times are rolling throughout the city, from sunset to sunrise and back again. The party is on in San Diego and you’re invited.  

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Liberty Station

Eclectic and fun, Liberty Station is Point Loma’s local town square filled with inspiring things to do for all ages. What was once the Naval Training Center is now a community catering to the arts and imagination of the people around them. Head to Liberty Station in San Diego for the trendiest shopping in town. Embark on a culinary trip around the world at diverse restaurants and eateries. Watch a sunset, visit a wellness center or spa, have a picnic in the grass on a sunny day, or simply sign up for an art class, as dozens of galleries make Liberty Station home.

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Invited Faculty

E. David Crawford, MD

E. David Crawford, MD

Program Co-Chair

Professor of Urology
University of California,
San Diego
La Jolla, California

Manoj J. Monga, MD, FACS

Manoj J. Monga, MD, FACS

Program Co-Chair

Chairman of Urology
University of California,
San Diego
La Jolla, California

Jennifer T. Anger, MD, MPH

Jennifer T. Anger, MD, MPH

Virtual

Professor and Vice Chair of Research,
Department of Urology
University of California,
San Diego
San Diego, California

Aditya Bagrodia, MD, FACS

Aditya Bagrodia, MD, FACS

Associate Professor of Urology
Disease Team Co-Leader, Genitourinary Cancer
University of California,
San Diego
La Jolla, California

Seth K. Bechis, MD

Seth K. Bechis, MD

Associate Clinical Professor of Urology
University of California,
San Diego
Encinitas, California

Alan H. Bryce, MD

Alan H. Bryce, MD

Medical Director of the Genomic Oncology Clinic 
Mayo Clinic
Scottsdale, Arizona

Edward S. Cohen, MD

Edward S. Cohen, MD

President, Genesis Healthcare Partners
La Jolla, California

T. Mike Hsieh MD, MBA

T. Mike Hsieh MD, MBA

Professor of Urology and Director, Men’s Health Center
University of California, San Diego
La Jolla, California

Christopher J. Kane, MD, FACS

Christopher J. Kane, MD, FACS

Dean of Clinical Affairs, UCSD School of Medicine
CEO, UC San Diego Health Physician Group
University of California,
San Diego
La Jolla, California

Mira Keyes, MD, FRCPC

Mira Keyes, MD, FRCPC

Virtual

Clinical Professor,
Radiation Oncology
University of British Columbia
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Phillip J. Koo, MD

Phillip J. Koo, MD

Director, Chief of Diagnostic Imaging
Banner MD Anderson
Cancer Center
Phoenix, Arizona

Shirley H. Lee, CRNP-FNP, MPH

Shirley H. Lee, CRNP-FNP, MPH

Director of Chronic Care Management
Genesis Healthcare Partners
Torrance, California

Amirali H. Salmasi, MD

Amirali H. Salmasi, MD

Asoociate Professor of Urology
University of California,
San Diego
San Diego, California

Karen L. Stern, MD

Karen L. Stern, MD

Urologist
Mayo Clinic
Phoenix, Arizona

Tyler F. Stewart, MD

Tyler F. Stewart, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine
University of California,
San Diego
La Jolla, California

Maria Uloko, MD

Maria Uloko, MD

Virtual

Assistant Professor of Urology
University of California, San Diego
San Diego, California

CME Information

In support of improving patient care, this activity has been planned and implemented by Medical Education Resources (MER) and Carden Jennings Publishing. MER is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.

Physician Credit: Medical Education Resources designates this live activity for a maximum of 10.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Nursing Credit: Medical Education Resources designates this live activity for a maximum of 10.5 ANCC nursing contact hours. Nurses will be awarded contact hours upon successful completion of the activity.

Medical Education Resources is a provider of continuing nursing education by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider #CEP 12299, for 11 contact hours.

Physician Assistant Credit: Medical Education Resources has been authorized by the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA) to award AAPA Category 1 CME credit for activities planned in accordance with AAPA CME Criteria. This activity is designated for 10.5 AAPA Category 1 CME Credits. Physician Assistants should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation.

Registration

By registering for this conference, you agree to our standard Conference Registration and Attendance Terms and Conditions agreement, which is available online at: Conference Registration and Attendance Terms and Conditions.

Requests for registration refunds must be received by email at meetings@grandroundsinurology.com by at least 30 business days before the activity begins (January 27, 2023). Requests received after the refund deadline will not be processed. Cancellations are subject to a $100 administrative fee deducted from the registration fee paid to cover guarantees and other expenses. Requests should be emailed to meetings@grandroundsinurology.com. The organizer reserves the right to cancel activities, not less than 10 business days before the scheduled date, if extenuating circumstances make it necessary. Registrants will be notified by email given at registration.

COVID-19 DISCLAIMER: An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 and other more common contagions exists in any public place where people are present. COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and even death in a small percentage of the population, especially those with weakened immune systems. For your safety and convenience, we are endeavoring to take appropriate precautions, as detailed above. Even with our best efforts, however, there is no guarantee that you can avoid exposure to COVID-19 or other common pathogens, whether at our conference or elsewhere. Please note that, as further detailed in our Conference Registration and Attendance Terms and Conditions Agreement (the “Registration Agreement”), which must be reviewed and agreed to during the registration process, all conference attendees voluntarily assume ALL RISKS related to any possible exposure to COVID-19. We encourage you to read the Registration Agreement carefully, as it contains other important terms, including other disclaimers and limitations on liability.

Support Opportunities

To inquire about support opportunities, please contact:

Denise Castetter, Senior Director of Corporate Relations
Cell: 973-769-1020
Fax: 434-817-2020  • dcastetter@cjp.com

Exhibit and Sponsor Prospectus

Meeting organized by Grand Rounds in Urology, a division of Carden Jennings Publishing, Co., Ltd.

Jointly provided by Medical Education Resources and
Carden Jennings Publishing Co., Ltd.

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