12th Urology Today Conference

Omni Grove Park Inn  •  Asheville, North Carolina
October 25-27, 2024

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Grand Rounds in Urology Presents the 12th Urology Today Conference

The 12th Urology Today conference will keep urologists, urologic oncologists, and other healthcare providers educated on the most pertinent issues in urology practices. Areas of focus include urologic oncology, men’s health and reconstruction, female urology, pediatric urology, kidney stones and related conditions, and methods of providing the best care amidst the required logistics of the business side of medicine.

Program Director

Ryan P. Terlecki, MD, FACS

Ryan P. Terlecki, MD, FACS

Professor and Vice Chair of Urology
Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology
Director, Men’s Health Clinic
Director, Fellowship in Urologic Reconstruction, Prosthetic Urology, and Infertility
Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center
Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Agenda

Join us from October 25-27, 2024, in Asheville, North Carolina.

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

TimeCourse TitleSpeaker(s)
Friday, October 25th, 2024 (All Times Eastern Daylight Time)
11:00am–1:00pmRegistration
12:00pm–1:00pmIndustry-Supported Lunch Symposium
11:00am–7:00pmExhibits Open
1:00pm–1:15pmWelcome and Introduction
1:15pm–3:00pmSession 1:
1:15pm–1:30pmThe Ever-changing Menu of MIST Therapies: What to Choose in PracticeRahul D. Mehan, MD
1:30pm–1:45pmTestosterone Replacement: Understanding Risk for Patient Selection and CounselingThomas J. Walsh, MD, MBA, MS
1:45pm–2:00pmEmbracing the Practice of Interventional UrologyArdeshir R. Rastinehad, DO
2:00pm–2:15pmResources for Career Development for APPsSarah R. Stanley, MS, MHS, PA-C
2:15pm–2:30pmStrategies to Optimize your Efficiency in Clinical PracticeRyan P. Terlecki, MD, FACS
2:30pm–3:00pmPanel Discussion: How to Stay Informed, Updated, and Effective (Meetings, Publications, Guidelines, Forums, Etc.)
3:00pm–3:30pmBreak & Visit Exhibits
3:30pm–5:15pmSession 2:
3:30pm–3:45pmTroubleshooting Emergencies in Men's HealthThomas J. Walsh, MD, MBA, MS
3:45pm–4:00pmEffectively Leveraging Social Media as a UrologistRahul D. Mehan, MD
4:00pm–4:15pmThe Expanding Procedural ‘Scope’ of APPsSarah R. Stanley, MS, MHS, PA-C
4:15pm–4:30pmBlood-based Determinations in Prostate CancerBrant A. Inman, MD, MS
4:30pm–4:45pmPhysician ResilienceWayne M. Sotile, PhD
4:45pm–5:15pmPanel Discussion: Provider Characterization of Practice Settings (Locums, VA, Employed, Etc.)
6:00pm–7:00pmWelcome Reception
Saturday, October 26th, 2024 (All Times Eastern Daylight Time)
7:00am–12:00pmExhibits Open
7:00am–8:00amIndustry-Supported Breakfast Symposium
8:00am–9:45amSession 3:
8:00am–8:15amDeciphering the Role of MRI in Prostatic DiseaseArdeshir R. Rastinehad, DO
8:15am–8:30amCould the Clinic be ‘One-stop Shopping’ for Prostate Cancer?Rahul D. Mehan, MD
8:30am–8:45amIs the Salvage Prostatectomy an Endangered Species?Brant A. Inman, MD, MS
8:45am–9:00amWhen to Consider Salvage XRT in Delayed BCRBart A. Frizzell, MD
9:00am–9:15amAPP-directed Prostate Cancer ManagementSarah R. Stanley, MS, MHS, PA-C
9:15am–9:45amPanel Discussion
9:45am-10:15amBreak & Visit Exhibits
10:15am-12:00pmSession 4:
10:15am–10:30amIntravesical Therapy beyond BCG for NMIBCBrant A. Inman, MD, MS
10:30am–10:45amThe ‘Who’ and ‘What’ of Focal Therapy for Prostate CancerArdeshir R. Rastinehad, DO
10:45am–11:00amBladder Preservation in Patients with Muscle-invasive TCCBart A. Frizzell, MD
11:00am–11:15amThe Current State of Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy in Urothelial CancersBenjamin W. Rush, MD
11:15am–11:30amTips for Surgical Management of Upper Tract TCCBrant A. Inman, MD, MS
11:30am–11:45amMicro-Ultrasound for Prostate Cancer: Promising or Fool’s Errand?Ardeshir R. Rastinehad, DO
11:45am–12:00pmPanel Discussion / Q&A
12:00pm–1:00pmIndustry-Supported Lunch Symposium
7:00pm–9:00pmFaculty Dinner
Sunday, October 27th, 2024 (All Times Eastern Daylight Time)
7:00am-12:00pmExhibits Open
7:00pm-8:00amIndustry-Supported Breakfast Symposium
8:00am–9:45amSession 6:
8:00am–8:15amAlgorithm for Personalized Management of Female Pelvic Organ Prolapse in 2024
8:15am–8:30amOffice Management of Interstitial Cystitis and Female Stress Urinary IncontinenceRobert J. Evans, MD
8:30am–8:45amOAB Management Beyond Behavioral Therapy and Drug MonotherapyGopal H. Badlani, MD, FACS, FRCS
8:45am–9:00amUpdate in Prosthetic Urology: New Toys and Voodoo in the O.R.Thomas J. Walsh, MD, MBA, MS
9:00am–9:15amFocal Treatment of Metastatic Disease in UrologyBart A. Frizzell, MD
9:15am–9:45amPanel Discussion / Q&A
9:45am–10:15amBreak & Visit Exhibits
10:15am–12:00pmSession 7:
10:15am–10:30amWho are These Kids? Pediatric Urology 101 for Adult UrologistsMarc Colaco, MD
10:30am–10:45amClinic-based Male Fertility for Community PracticeThomas J. Walsh, MD, MBA, MS
10:45am–11:00amTips, Tricks, and New Toys for Percutaneous Management of StonesColin E. Kleinguetl, MD
11:00am–11:15amFemale Sexual Health
11:15am–11:30amNavigating the Use of Novel Imaging in Urologic OncologyBenjamin W. Rush, MD
11:30am–12:00pmPanel Discussion / Q&A
12:00pmClosing RemarksRyan P. Terlecki, MD, FACS

Invited Faculty

Gopal H. Badlani, MD, FACS, FRCS

Gopal H. Badlani, MD, FACS, FRCS

Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center
Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Marc A. Colaco, MD

Marc A. Colaco, MD

Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center
Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Robert J. Evans, MD

Robert J. Evans, MD

Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center
Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Aleece R. Fosnight, MSPAS, PA-C, CSCS, CSE, IF, NCMP, HAES

Aleece R. Fosnight, MSPAS, PA-C, CSCS, CSE, IF, NCMP, HAES

Fosnight Center for Sexual Health
Asheville, North Carolina

Bart A. Frizzell, MD

Bart A. Frizzell, MD

Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center
Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Brant A. Inman, MD, MS

Brant A. Inman, MD, MS

Duke University
Durham, North Carolina

Colin E. Kleinguetl, MD

Colin E. Kleinguetl, MD

Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center
Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Amr Sherif El Haraki, MD

Amr Sherif El Haraki, MD

Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center
Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Rahul D. Mehan, MD

Rahul D. Mehan, MD

East Valley Urology Center
Mesa, Arizona

Ardeshir R. Rastinehad, DO, FACOS

Ardeshir R. Rastinehad, DO, FACOS

Northwell Health
New York, New York

Benjamin W. Rush, MD

Benjamin W. Rush, MD

Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center
Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Wayne M. Sotile, PhD

Wayne M. Sotile, PhD

Center for Physician Resilience
Davidson, North Carolina

Sarah R. Stanley, MS, MHS, PA-C

Sarah R. Stanley, MS, MHS, PA-C

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Thomas J. Walsh, MD, MBA, MS

Thomas J. Walsh, MD, MBA, MS

University of Washington
Seattle, Washington

Ryan P. Terlecki, MD, FACS

Ryan P. Terlecki, MD, FACS

Program Director

Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center
Winston-Salem, North Carolina

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Accommodations

Omni Grove Park Inn
290 Macon Avenue
Asheville, North Carolina, 28804

Serving guests for over a century, The Omni Grove Park Inn welcomes you with a tradition of southern hospitality amidst the beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Asheville, NC. Relax in our unique subterranean spa with an indoor pool or enjoy a round of championship golf on our Donald Ross-designed course. When it’s time to dine, enjoy one of our four restaurants featuring locally-sourced ingredients. We know you’ll enjoy the stunning views, classic comfort, and modern convenience of our Asheville resort.

RESERVATION GUARANTEE:
All reservations must be guaranteed by a valid major credit card, which will be supplied at the time of reservation. Any guaranteed reservation not canceled seven days (7 days) prior to arrival will be subject to one night room and tax cancellation fee. Regardless of how reservations are made, any reservations that fail to arrive on the scheduled arrival date will be considered No-Shows and a charge of one night room and tax will be posted to the Master account or to the individual Attendee’s credit card on file.

DEPOSIT:
In order to confirm a room assignment for your attendees, we will require them to provide a first night’s non-refundable deposit. Checks and major credit cards are acceptable to establish prepayment. 

CHECK-IN/CHECK-OUT:
Check in time is 4:00 PM and check-out time is 11:00 AM. Omni will make every effort to accommodate requests, but cannot guarantee an early check-in or late departure. 

CUT-OFF DATE:
The cut-off date for accepting reservations into this room block is Friday, September 20, 2024. Reservation requests received after 5:00PM local time at the Hotel on the cut-off date will be accepted based on guest room availability at the prevailing transient rates. At the time of cut-off, all unused rooms and suites will be automatically released for general sale. 

EARLY DEPARTURE FEE:
An early departure fee of one night’s room and tax will apply if an attendee checks out prior to their checkout date.

RESORT SERVICE CHARGE:
The prevailing resort charge will apply to all group rooms. Currently, the resort charge is $30.00 per night (taxable), which includes; toll-free and local calling, in-room high-speed Internet access, entrance to our fitness center, in-room coffee and tea, guided history tour of The Omni Grove Park Inn, and newspaper available upon request. These items are subject to change.

HOTEL RESERVATIONS:
To make hotel reservations for this conference, you MUST first complete a registration for the conference using the link below:

Your registration confirmation email will contain a link to the group hotel block, enabling you to make a room reservation.

ROOM RATES:
$409/Resort View Room – 2 Double Beds
300-350 Sq.Ft.

$409/Classic Room – 1 Queen Bed
200-250 Sq.Ft.

$409/Premium Resort Room – 2 Queen Beds
300-350 Sq.Ft.

$409/Premium Resort Room – 1 King Bed
300-350 Sq.Ft.

$469/night – Mountain View Room– 1 King Bed
300-350 Sq.Ft.

$469/night – Mountain View Room– 2 Double Beds
300-350 Sq.Ft.

$529/night – Premium Mountain View – 1 King Bed
300-350 Sq.Ft.

$529/night – Premium Mountain View – 2 Queen Beds
300-350 Sq.Ft.

$789/night – Executive Junior Suite – 1 King Bed
1,000 /Sq.Ft. • Living Room • Balcony

$859/night – Club Room – 1 King Bed
550 Sq.Ft. • Loung Access

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

AIRPORT TRANSPORTATION:

The Omni Grove Park Inn has several transportation options for your convenience. Please contact the company directly to book transportation to and from the resort.

Luxury Cars, Town Cars & Limousine Services
Blue Ridge Limo: (828) 232-4046
Brays Professional Transport: (919) 545-4749
Asheville Premier Transportation: (828) 407-0221
Diamond Executive: (828) 281-8139

Luxury and Large Passenger Vans
Pegasus Airport Limousine: 828.281.4660 | 828.275.3023
GrandyCo Transportation: (828) 691-0504
SilverFox Limos: (704) 622-9944
Tumblestone Tours: (828) 242-5563

Taxi Service
AVL Taxi: 828.333.1976
Diamond Executive: 828.713.7555
Grandy Co. Asheville Area Transportation: 828.691.0504

PARKING:
Check website for parking fees.

Activities

The Biltmore Estate

Nestled within 8,000 acres of pristine Blue Ridge Mountain beauty, Biltmore is a one-of-a-kind destination. From the magnificent house, orchid-filled Conservatory, thrilling art exhibition, and award-winning Winery to myriad dining and shopping venues, 20+ miles of nature trails, and distinctive overnight properties, Biltmore offers an unforgettable escape from the everyday.

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The Blue Ridge Parkway

Named “America’s Favorite Highway,” the Blue Ridge Parkway connects The Great Smoky Mountains National Park in North Carolina to the Shenandoah National Park in Virginia. Just a short drive from The Omni Grove Park Inn, this 469-mile stretch showcases some of America’s best natural beauty and rich cultural heritage. Enjoy stunning vistas, mountain meadows, old farms, historic attractions, and diverse flora and fauna. Discover hiking trails, picnic areas, and scenic overlooks.

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Spa and Wellness

Loosen up at The Spa at The Omni Grove Park Inn. Twenty water features, including numerous mineral-based pools, complement our subterranean spa with cavernous rock walls, arches, and tunnels. Enjoy 43,000 square feet of peace and quiet along with two therapeutic waterfall pools as well as a lap pool blanketed with 6,500 fiber-optic stars and underwater music. End your day by grabbing a warm blanket, light snack, and hot organic tea one of our three fireside lounges as you enjoy one of Condé Nast Traveler’s top resort spas in North America.

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Beer Scene Tours, Tastings, & Tips

With more than 50 brewery locations, Asheville has so much for the beer lover or casual beer enthusiast to explore. There are unique ways to experience the beer scene in Asheville: Beer City USA.

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Galleries and Studios

Known for being an epicenter of art in the southeast, Asheville’s eclectic galleries and artist studios are brimming with handmade crafts and captivating exhibits.

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Shopping

Open-air markets and independent boutiques mix together with favorite national brands to provide a unique character for Asheville’s diverse retail scene. Stroll through our many tree-lined shopping districts to discover independent bookstores, vintage apparel, craft galleries, and other specialty shops you won’t find anywhere else.

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CME Information

In support of improving patient care, this activity will be 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 healthcare teams.

This conference will be accredited by Medical Education Resources for an estimated 11.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™, 11.5 ANCC nursing contact hours, as well as 11.5 AAPA Category 1 CME Credits.

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.

REGISTRATION NOTES:
  • If using, the promo code goes at the top left before the ticket list.
  • Please scroll through all the ticket options before making a selection.
  • Review the form before submitting it to make sure that all required information is supplied.

Requests for registration refunds must be received by email at meetings@grandroundsinurology.com by at least 30 business days before the activity begins (October 25, 2024). 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. 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.

Support Opportunities

To inquire about support opportunities, please contact:

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

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