Purpose
This course is designed to encourage discussion and promote improved patient outcomes in all our practices. We have chosen topics and presenters to cover the latest in familiar topics as well as map out areas of frontier exploration. There will be interaction between Primary Care and Electrophysiology physicians and plenty of time for questions.
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Objectives
At the end of this session, learners should be able to:
  • Interpret basic ECG
  • Outline the most common arrhythmias & their diagnosis
  • Compare advantages of pharmaceutical vs. device treatment
  • Determine the need to refer patients to EP
  • Describe Updates in Current Arrhythmia Management Strategies
target audience
Target Audience
This symposium is designed for family practitioners, internists, cardiologists and hospitalists who diagnose, treat and manage patients with arrhythmia disorders. It will also be of interest to fellows, residents, PAs, MAs and other allied health professionals.
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This is a CME Conference
This CME activity has been designed to change medical knowledge and patient care, two of the six competencies embraced by the American Board of Medical Specialties.
Conference Director
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Mohamed Djelmami-Hani, MD

Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine,

University of Wisconsin School of Medicine & Public Health;

Electrophysiologist, Aurora St. Luke

Conference Co-Director
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Jodi Zilinski, MD

Electrophysiologist, Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center,

Advocate Aurora Health Care, Milwaukee WI.

Faculty
Jasbir Sra, MD, FACC, FHRS
Clinical Adjunct Professor of Medicine,* Director, Electrophysiology; Director, Electrophysiology Research Laboratory, Aurora Sinai Medical Center; Associate Program Director, Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellowship, Milwaukee WI.**
Tanvir Bajwa, MD, FACC, FSCAI
Clinical Adjunct Professor of Medicine,* Associate Head, Cardiovascular Disease Section, Director, Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory; Director, Interventional Fellowship Program; Advocate Aurora Health Care; Milwaukee WI.**
Atul Bhatia, MD, FHRS
Clinical Adjunct Professor of Medicine, * Chief of Cardiology, Aurora St. Luke Medical Center, Milwaukee; Director of Electrophysiology Laboratory, Aurora Summit Medical Center; Electrophysiologist; Milwaukee WI.**
Jacob L.Bidwell, MD
Designated Institutional Official & Vice President of Academic Affairs, Advocate Aurora Health Care; President, AUWMG, Milwaukee WI.
Ryan Cooley, MD, FHRS
Clinical Adjunct Assistant Professor of Medicine, * Electrophysiologist; Milwaukee WI.**
Anwer Dhala, MD, FHRS
Clinical Adjunct Associate Professor of Medicine, * Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, Pediatric Electrophysiology, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin; Electrophysiologist; Milwaukee WI.**
Arshad Jahangir, MD, FHRS, FAHA, FACC
Adjunct Clinical Professor of Medicine; Director, Center for Advanced Atrial Fibrillation Therapies; Milwaukee WI.**
Jennifer MacGaffey, MD
Internal Medicine, Advocate Aurora Health Care, Milwaukee WI.
M.Eyman Mortada, MD, FACC, FHRS
Clinical Adjunct Professor of Medicine;* Program Director, Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellowship; Aurora Sinai & St. Luke’s Medical Center, Milwaukee WI.
Vikram Nangia, MD, FHRS
Clinical Adjunct Professor of Medicine* Director, Cardiac Electrophysiology Laboratory, Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center. Milwaukee WI**
Mouyyad Rahaby, MD, FHRS
Cardiac EP Consultants, Libertyville, IL.
* Clinical titles affiliated with the UW School of Medicine and Public Health.
** Advocate Aurora Cardiovascular & Thoracic Services
Speakers and topics subject to change without notice.
Saturday, October 26, 2019
7:00 am
Registration & Continental Breakfast
7:55 am
Welcome and Introduction
8:00 am
Morning Session: Case based learning
  • Moderator: Mohamed Djelmami-Hani, MD
  • Panels Include Jacob L. Bidwell, MD, Jennifer MacGaffey, MD and Electrophysiologists
    • Panel Discussion: Case presentation – Atrial Fibrillation
    • Panel Discussion: Workup Ask EP: AF initial work up: risk factors, monitoring, testing Vikram Nangia, MD
    • Stroke Prevention Panel Discussion Ask EP: Anticoagulation choice M. Eyman Mortada, MD
9:40 am
Break and Exhibits
10:00 am
Panel Discussion Continues
    • Treatment: Rate vs rhythm control
    • Ask EP: Rhythm control vs rate control modality Jodi Zilinski, MD
    • Ask EP: AF Ablation Mohamed Djelmami-Hani, MD
    • Left Atrial Appendage Closure Tanvir Bajwa, MD
    • ECG Interpretation: Pitfalls Speaker to be determined
    • Early repolarization Athul Bhatia, MD
11:40 am
Lunch
12:20 pm
Featured Lunch Lecture: EP in Milwaukee – History and Future
    Jasbir Sra, MD
1:20 pm
Afternoon Session: Various Topics
    • Long QT: Who’s to Blame – Genes or Meds Arshad Jahangir, MD
    • Doc, Is Sport Safe for My Child? Anwer Dhala, MD?
    • Pacemaker or ICD: What’s Needed Jodi Zilinski, MD
    • What’s New in Pacemakers Mouyyad Rahaby, MD
    • Why My Patient is Dizzy and Fainting Ryan L.Cooley, MD
3:00 pm
Questions and Answers
3:20 pm
Adjourn
Conference Fees
(Check appropriate category)
Physician/DO/PhD/PharmD/Industry 130.00
Allied Staff/NP/RN/MA 35.00
Retired Discounted fee 25.00
Fellows/Residents/Students Gratis
*Conference fees cover tuition, materials, breaks and lunch as well as a $25.00 non-refundable registration fee. Participants may cancel up to 72 hours in advance of the symposium to receive a refund (less the $25). No refunds will be made after that time.
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Location
The Ingleside Hotel (formerly Country Springs)2810 Golf Road | Pewaukee, WI 53072
Conference Attire
To ensure your comfort in the conference room, please bring a sweater or jacket to accommodate temperature variations.
Conference Information
Contact Laurel Landis at 414-219-7684 or email to laurel.landis@aurora.org.
Refunds
Course fees include a $25 nonrefundable registration fee. Should you cancel up to 72 hours prior to the symposium, all but the $25 registration fee will be refunded. Refunds will not be given after that time.