UCSF CME: New Jobs, Novel Technologies, and Changing Hazards at
Work and in the Environment and Updates in OEM

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Overview Objectives Accreditation Course Outline
Chairs Faculty Travel & Lodging Cancellation Policy

Department: Medicine, Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine
Course Number: MDM21N01
Activity Start Date: March 11, 2021
Activity End Date: March 13, 2021
Location: Interactive Webiner - Live Stream Conference
Fees:

MD $600 Physicians- Full Course
AHP
 $550 Advanced Health Practitioners - Full Course
MDT
 $425 Residents/Fellows- Full Course

MD Day 1 $275 New Jobs, Novel Technologies, and Changing Hazards at Work and in the Environment (3/11 only)
AHP Day 1 $225 New Jobs, Novel Technologies, and Changing Hazards at Work and in the Environment (3/11 only)
MDT Day1 $200 New Jobs, Novel Technologies, and Changing Hazards at Work and in the Environment (3/11 only)

MD Day 2-3 $350 Updates in OEM (3/12 & 3/13 only)
AHP Day 2-3
 $300 Updates in OEM (3/12 & 3/13 only)
MDT Day 2-3
 $225 Updates in OEM (3/12 & 3/13 only)

 

Overview:

These courses are presented by the Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine in the Department of Medicine at the University of California San Francisco. They provide targeted reviews of one topic area along with a broader update of current topics in occupational and environmental health. The curriculum is designed for occupational and environmental health professionals, including occupational physicians and nurses, and industrial hygienists. It also meets the needs of primary care providers and others engaged in practice and research including physicians (family physicians, practitioners, internists, emergency medicine specialists), advanced practice nurses and other nursing professionals, and physician assistants. Policy makers and medical-legal practitioners also benefit from the curriculum offered.

The first day of the 2021 course, “New Jobs, Novel Technologies, and Changing Hazards at Work and in the Environment,” addresses the evolving nature of work today arising from changing jobs, the introduction of newer technologies, and the emergence and re-emergence of a range of physical and chemical hazards. This will also be placed in a broader environmental health context. A poster session the evening before the first conference day will supplement this content, including case reports and research data. The second day and final half-day of the course will cover a multi-topic theme: “Updates in Occupational and Environmental Medicine.”

TARGET AUDIENCE
This course is designed to provide the experienced clinician with a review of the epidemiology, and the evaluation of occupational and environmental diseases and injuries. The curriculum will also include a substantial component focused on issues specifically pertinent to occupationally and environmentally- related disease. Most attendees will be occupational physicians, but some are specialists in related fields who will profit by an In-depth presentation of occupational and environmental medicine topics. Thus, although registration is targeted for physicians, some non-physicians, in particular graduate nurses, usually attend and benefit from the curriculum. Some attendees are from developing countries where physicians are not available to provide consultation to industry for the development of health and safety programs; others have been U.S. nurse practitioners who play a pivotal role in occupational health.

 

Hybrid Meeting IconLIVE STREAM MEETING
This course will be offered as a live stream interactive conference. Login instructions along with the digital syllabus will be shared with attendees 1 week prior to the meeting. Included in your registration fee is access to the course recordings on demand after the conference and for 30 days after the course.

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Objectives:

An attendee completing this course will be able to:

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Accreditation:

The University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine (UCSF) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

UCSF designates this live activity for a maximum of 18.00 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM.

Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

This CME activity meets the requirements under California Assembly Bill 1195, continuing education and cultural and linguistic competency.

Geriatric
The approved credits shown above include 3.75 credits toward meeting the requirement under California Assembly Bill 1820, Geriatric Medicine

Pain Medicine
The approved credits shown above include 1.75 Pain Credits towards meeting the requirement under California Assembly Bill 487, Pain Management and Care for the Terminally Ill.

Trauma
The approved credits shown above include 3.75 credits toward satisfying the American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma requirement for trauma-related continuing medical education.

Nurses
For the purpose of recertification, the American Nurses Credentialing Center accepts AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM issued by organizations accredited by the ACCME.

Physician Assistants
AAPA accepts category 1 credit from AOACCME, Prescribed credit from AAFP, and AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM i from organizations accredited by the ACCME.

Pharmacy
The California Board of Pharmacy accepts as continuing professional education those courses that meet the standard of relevance to pharmacy practice and have been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™.

Family Physicians
Application for CME credit has been filed with the American Academy of Family Physicians. Determination of credit is pending.

American Board of Preventive Medicine
The American Board of Preventive Medicine (ABPM) has approved this activity for a maximum of 18.00 LLSA Credits towards ABPM MOC Part ll requirements.

California Division of Workers Compensation – Medical Unit (QME Credit)
The California Division of Workers Compensation – Medical Unit for Qualified Medical Evaluator credit has been approved for a maximum of 18.00 credits.

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Course Outline:

Wednesday, March 10, 2021
6:30pm-8:30pm Virtual Evening Poster Session Pre-Conference
Thursday, March 11, 2021
New Jobs, Novel Technologies, and Changing Hazards
7:45 AM Welcome & Overview Course Leaders
8:00 Changing Technologies in the History of Occupational and Environmental Health Paul D. Blanc, MD, MSPH
8:50 G From Piece Work to Gig Work - Plus Ҁa Change Mary Gray, PhD
9:40 Break
10:10 Climate Change and Classic Occupational/Environmental Hazards: Wildland Fires, Heat Stress, Infection, and Allergens John Balmes, MD
11:00 Endocrine Disruptors, Microplastics, and 5G Technology: Are these Hazards for the 21st Century? Gina Solomon, MD, MPH
11:50 Lunch Break
1:10 PM G Keynote: The Lessons of COVID-19: Emerging  Robert Kosnik MD
Pathogens and High Risk Workers
2:10 P The New Built Environment – Materials, Spaces, and the Human Condition Cristina Banks, PhD
3:00 Break
3:30 Rx New or Exotic Poisons and Toxicants – More than Just Answers to Stump Test Questions Jacob Lebin, MD
Anita Mudan, MD
4:20 T From Outer Space to Work on The Ground: NASA Insights for Astronaut Occupational Healthcare. Ronak V. Shah, DO, MBA, MPH Mary Van Baalen, PhD
5:10 Closing Panel: New Jobs and Novel Technologies - Has Anything Really Changed? Moderator: 
Robert Harrison, MD, MPH
Panelists:
Ronak V. Shah, DO, MBA, MPH,
Mary Van Baalen, PhD,
Cristina Banks, PhD
6:00 Adjourn
Friday, March 12, 2021
7:50 Welcome & Overview Course Leaders
Updates in Occupational and Environmental Medicine
8:10 RxG A Primer on Vaccinations and Immunity from the OEM Perspective Rahmat Balogun, DO, MS, MPH
9:00 Why Should an Occupational Provider Care about Pediatrics? Mark Miller MD, MPH
9:50 Break
10:20 Attribution and Causality – What an OEH Practitioner Needs to Know  David Caretto, MD, MPH
11:10 PT Injuries that Can be Overlooked as Being Work-Related: from Tennis Leg to Arterial Dissection Sandra Domeracki, RN, MSN, FNP-BC, COHN-S, FAAOHN
12:00 PM Lunch on own
1:30 T What Military Service Teaches Us About Civilian Work Hazards Patrick Laraby, MD, MPH, MBA
2:30 G How Reasonable is Reasonable Accommodation? Leslie M. Israel, DO, MPH, FACOEM
3:30 Break
4:00 OEM Published Research: The Year in Review Samuel Goldman, MD, MPH  
4:50 Adjourn
Saturday, March 13, 2021
8:15 Welcome & Overview  Course Leaders
Updates in Occupational and Environmental Medicine
8:30 Why Immigrant, Asylum Seeker, and Refugee Health is Germane of Occupational Health Xóchitl Castañeda
9:20 T Homicide on the Job Bruce Bernard, MD, MPH
10:10 Break
10:30 Slavery, Indentured Service, and Migrant Workers from an Occupational Health Perspective Sergio Iavicoli, MD, PhD
11:20 Closing Panel – What are the Social Challenges for Occupational and Environmental Medicine in 2021 and Beyond? Moderator: 
  Samuel Goldman, MD, MPH  Panelists:
Sergio Iavicoli, MD, PhD    
Xóchitl Castañeda
Patrick Laraby, MD, MPH
12:00 Adjourn

G = Geriatric
P = Pain
Rx = Pharmacotherapeutic
T = Trauma

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Chairs:

Paul D. Blanc, MD, MSPH
Professor of Medicine, Endowed Chair and Division Chief
Occupational and Environmental Medicine
University of California, San Francisco

Robert Kosnik, MD, DIH
Professor of Medicine; Medical Director, UCSF Occupational Health Services
Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine
University of California, San Francisco

Samuel M. Goldman, MD, MPH
Professor of Medicine and Neurology
Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine
University of California, San Francisco

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Faculty:

(University of California, San Francisco unless indicated)

John Balmes, MD
Professor of Medicine Emeritus

Rahmat Balogun, DO, MS, MPH
Occupational Health Clinic - Clinical Lead
University Health Services
University of California Berkeley

Cristina Banks, PhD
Director, Interdisciplinary Center for Healthy Workplaces (HealthyWorkplaces)
Senior Lecturer, Haas School of Business
University of California Berkeley

Bruce Bernard, MD, MPH
Captain, United States Public Health Service (ret); 
Consultant, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,
Atlanta, GA

David Caretto, MD, MPH
Occupational Medicine
Mercy Medical Group – Dignity Health 
Sacramento, CA

Xóchitl Castañeda
Associate Director Health Initiative of the Americas
School of Public Health
University of California Berkeley

Sandra Domeracki, RN, MSN, FNP-BC, COHN-S, FAAOHN
Associate Clinical Professor and Family Nurse Practitioner
UCSF School of Nursing, Community Health Systems
Occupational and Environmental Health Nursing Graduate Program

Mary Gray, PhD
Senior Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research Faculty Associate
Harvard University’s Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society

Robert Harrison, MD, MPH         
Clinical Professor of Medicine;
Public Health Medical Officer,
California Department of Public Health

Sergio Iavicoli, MD, PhD             
Research Director, INAIL (National Institute for Insurance against Accidents at Work),
Rome, Italy 

Leslie M Israel,  DO, MPH, FACOEM
Medical Director, Occupational Health Services
Human Resources, LA Department of Water and Power

Patrick Laraby MD MPH MBA
Medical Officer, US Navy (ret)

Jacob Lebin, MD
Medical Toxicology Fellow,
California Poison Control System,
San Francisco Division

Mark Miller MD, MPH
Co-director, Western States Pediatric Environmental Health Specialty Unit
Director, California EPA Children's Environmental Health Center
Associate Clinical Professor
Public Health Medical Officer, OEHHA, Cal EPA

Anita Mudan, MD
Medical Toxicology Fellow,
California Poison Control System,
San Francisco Division

Ronak V. Shah, DO, MBA, MPH
Medical Director of Clinical Services
NASA Johnson Space Center

Gina Solomon, MD, MPH
Clinical Professor of Medicine

Mary Van Baalen, PhD
Lead Lifetime Surveillance of Astronaut Health
NASA Johnson Space Center

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Travel & Lodging:

Hybrid Meeting IconLIVE STREAM MEETING
This course will be offered as a live stream interactive conference. Login instructions along with the digital syllabus will be shared with attendees 1 week prior to the meeting. Included in your registration fee is access to the course recordings on demand after the conference and for 30 days after the course.

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Cancellation Policy:

Cancellations received in writing before March 10, 2020 will be refunded, less a $75 administrative fee. No refunds will be made on cancellations received after that date.

Please email your requests to RegEmail@ucsf.edu

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