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American College of Physicians
Leading Internal Medicine, Improving Lives

Meeting Site:
Holiday Inn Wichita
549 S. Rock Rd.
Wichita, KS

October 14-16, 2015
Holiday Inn Wichita East
549 S. Rock Rd.
Wichita, KS
Rooms Released 9/14/15

Awards Banquet:
Petroleum Club
100 N. Broadway, Suite 900
• Pre-registrations must be received by October 1, 2015. After that date, you must register on-site and
there is an additional $50 fee —save money by registering now.

Wednesday, October 14

3:00 pm Kansas Governor's Advisory Council Meeting
-Pecan Room
5:00 pm Mahlon H. Delp Welcome Reception - North
-Co-Sponsored by Early Career Physicians

Thursday, October 15

7:00 am

Registration Begins

7:50 am

Welcome - Sue Pingleton, Governor

8:00 am Morning Session Begins - Melissa Gaines, Moderator
8:00 am Infectious Disease SEP Module - Part I
CME accreditation
The American College of
Physicians is accredited
by the Accreditation
Council for Continuing
Medical Education
(ACCME) to provide
continuing medical
education for
The American College of
Physicians designates
this live activity for a
maximum of 10.75 AMA
PRA Category 1

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

-Jennifer Jackson & Paul Ndunda,
9:30 am BREAK - Please visit displayers
10:00 am Prudent Prescribing of Long-Term Controlled
Drugs: A Universal Precautions Approach
- Theodore Parran - Mahlon H. Delp Lecturer
10:45 am Just Shoot Me: GeYng to the Point of Adult
Vaccines - Valerie Creswell
11:30 am Non-Invasive Methods for Staging Liver Fibrosis
- Nathan Tofteland
11:50 am Endoscopic Ultrasound in Pancreatic Cancer
Evaluation, Staging and Management
- William Salyers, Jr.
12:15 pm LUNCH - Washington Update - Bob Doherty

Thursday, October 15

1:45 pm Afternoon Session Begins - Rami Mortada, Moderator
1:45 pm Resident Plenary Session - TBD
2:45 pm BREAK - Please visit displayers
3:15 pm Poster Session #1
4:00 pm Current Controversies in Internal Medicine 2015
- Molly Cooke
6:30 pm Mahlon H. Delp Awards Banquet
Petroleum Club
100 N. Broadway, Suite 900

Mahlon H. Delp, MD, MACP was named
first Master of the Kansas Chapter in 1971.
His philanthropic foundation continues his
legacy by substantially supporting various
activities within the chapter.

Top Attractions -

Friday, October 16

8:00 am Morning Session Begins - Leigh Eck, Moderator
8:00 am The Road to Recognition: Patient Centered
Medical Home Panel Discussion
- Eyad Al-hihi & Melissa Gaines
8:45 am Don't Let Anchoring Sink Your Diagnosis:
A Case Discussion - Megan Dingwall
9:30 am BREAK - Please visit displayers
10:00 am Poster Session #2
10:45 am From DPP4-I to SGLT2-1: New Type II Diabetes
Drugs - Rami Mortada
11:30 am LUNCH - TOWN HALL MEETING - Sue Pingleton
12:45 pm Afternoon Session Begins
-Samuel Akidiva, Moderator
12:45 pm

How to Say No...And Still Maintain Strong
Patient Satisfaction Ratings

Theodore Parran - Mahlon H. Delp Lecturer
1:30 pm Fostering Excellence in Internal Medicine
Molly Cooke
2:15 pm BREAK - Please visit displayers
2:45 pm Infectious Disease SEP Module - Part II
-Najla Itani & Donna Sweet, Moderators

Wichita’s Sedgwick County Zoo -

Samuel K. Akidiva, MD, is a native of Kenya. He completed his medical school training at Moi
University, Eldoret, Kenya. He completed his Internal Medicine residency training at the
University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita. He became a faculty member in 2013 as an
instructor and was Board Certified in Internal Medicine that same year. He is currently an
Assistant Professor of Medicine. He also is a busy clinician seeing patients at the Midtown
Clinic at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita. He is a member of the American
College of Physicians and the Sedgwick County Medical Society.

Eyad M. Al-hihi, MD, FACP, finished his residency training in Internal Medicine at University of
Missouri-Kansas City in 2001 and a Primary Care Faculty Development Fellowship at Office of
Medical Education, Research & Development (OMERAD), College of Human Medicine,
Michigan State University in 2002. He is the Chief Ambulatory Officer, Vice Chair for
Ambulatory Services & Associate Professor of Medicine in the Department of Medicine at
Kansas University Medical Center. He is a Patient Centered Medical Home Certified Content
Expert by NCQA, leading his department at KU through successful recognition by NCQA for
Patient Centered Medical Home at the highest level in 3/2013. He practices inpatient and
outpatient Internal Medicine and has an oversight over ambulatory clinical operations in the
KU Department of Internal Medicine with over 220 providers.
Molly Cooke, MD, MACP, is a graduate of Stanford University and received her medical degree
from Stanford University School of Medicine. She did her residency training at the University
of California, San Francisco, where she also served as Chief Resident in Medicine and did a
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation Fellowship focusing on ethics. She was elected to the
Institute of Medicine of the National Academies in 2013. She is Professor of Medicine and the
inaugural Director of Education for Global Health Sciences across the five UCSF schools
(Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Nursing, and the Graduate Division). She is a practicing
internist with a special interest in HIV and other complex chronic illnesses. She has been
repeatedly selected by her peers as one of "America's Best Doctors.” She is the Immediate
Past President (2013-14) of the American College of Physicians (ACP). She also served as
Governor of the Northern California chapter of the ACP from 2004 to 2009.

Valerie A. Creswell, MD, FACP, attended the University of Kansas for undergraduate, medical
school and then did an Internal Medicine residency at the University of Kansas School of
Medicine in Wichita. Her Infectious Disease training was at the University of Oklahoma. She is
an Associate Professor at KU and currently the Medical Director of Infection Prevention and
Antibiotic Stewardship at Wesley Medical Center in Wichita, KS.

Megan A. Dingwall, MD is a native of Wichita who completed medical school at the University
of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita. She remained at KU-Wichita for her Internal
Medicine residency and is currently a Chief Resident in her third year of post-graduate
training. She has been active in quality improvement projects and has presented her work at
local and national conferences. After completing her residency training, she hopes to work as
a hospitalist in the Wichita area.

Robert B. Doherty, SVP of Governmental Affairs & Public Policy, got the American College of
Physicians, the largest physician specialty society and second largest medical organization in
the United States. ACP represents 137,000 Internal Medicine physicians and medical students.
Mr. Doherty has more than 33 years of health policy experience and is an accomplished
presenter at health conferences. From 1979 to 1998, Mr. Doherty worked in the governmental
affairs department of the American Society of Internal Medicine, and with the merger of ASIM
and ACP in June, 1998, joined the ACP as Senior Vice President for Governmental Affairs and
Public Policy. He has senior staff management responsibilities for ACP's departments of
legislative affairs, public policy, regulatory affairs, and public affairs.

Leigh M. Eck, MD, FACP, pursued her Internal Medicine residency training as well as
Endocrinology fellowship training at the University of Kansas. Dr. Eck joined the faculty in the
Department of Internal Medicine at KUMC following completion of her fellowship. Since
joining the faculty, she has been involved in medical student mentoring as well as Internal
Medicine residency training. Dr. Eck has worked as an Associate Program Director in Internal
Medicine since 2008 and she assumed the role of Program Director of the Internal Medicine
Residency Program at The University of Kansas in 2014. In addition to these educational
pursuits, Dr. Eck maintains a busy clinical practice in endocrinology - both in the ambulatory
and inpatent seffing.

Melissa A. Gaines, MD, FACP is an Associate Professor with the University of Kansas SOMWichita and is board certfied in Internal Medicine and Hospice and Palliatve Medicine. She
divides her tme teaching medical students and residents at Wesley Medical Center on the KU
Hospitalist service and in primary care at KU Adult Medicine Clinic. She is the Director of
Internal Medicine Educaton at Wesley Medical Center and the clerkship director of
the Geriatrics Clerkship for the third year medical students in Wichita. She obtained her
medical degree and completed residency at the University of Kansas SOM-Wichita and is a
graduate of Pittsburg State University.

Najla Itani, MD, is a recent graduate from the Internal Medicine program at the University of
Kansas in Wichita. Her undergraduate educaton took place at the American University of
Beirut where she completed a major in Biology and a minor in Psychology. She also received
her medical degree from the American University of Beirut. She subsequently spent one
additonal year in Lebanon in order to finalize her research on osteoporosis in the Middle East
and Africa. She is currently completng a PGY-4 Chief Resident positon at the Robert J. Dole
Veteran's Hospital in Wichita and is directly involved in the supervision of inpatent resident
practce as well as quality improvement. She hopes to pursue a fellowship in Hematology and
Oncology in the upcoming year.

Jennifer A. Jackson, MD, serves as the Associate Program Director for Internal Medicine at KU
Wichita. She teaches on the medical wards and is the Director of the outpaient resident
clinic. She works with Via Chris: hospitals to implement new models of care in transiional
medical services while maintaining an acive role in local hospice care. Her hobby and passion
is research and implementaion of sustainable agricultural pracice as it relates to human
health and environmental issues. In the summer of 2013, she and her family relocated to a
farm to start a grass fed beef and free range poultry business implemening local distribuion
and "beyond organic" farming pracices.

Rami A. Mortada, MD, is an Assistant Professor with the University of Kansas SOM-Wichita and
is board certified in Internal Medicine and Endocrinology. He is the Clinical Director of the KU
Wichita Specialty Clinic, the Polycysic Ovary Syndrome Clinic, and is the Director of student
health for the medical and pharmacy students in Wichita. He obtained his medical degree
from the Lebanese University, Faculty of Sciences and completed residency at the Lebanese
University in Obstetrics and Gynecology and the University of Kansas SOM-Wichita in Internal
Medicine and earned his Endocrinology fellowship from the University of California-Davis.

Paul M. Ndunda, MBChB, received his MD at Moi University School of Medicine, Eldoret,
Kenya. His residency was at Kansas University School of Medicine - Wichita. He joined KUSMWichita as a clinical instructor and hospitalist in July 2015. He has also been accepted into the
academic fellowship program and will pursue a Master of Science Clinical Research degree at
the KUSM-Wichita beginning August 2015. His main areas of interest are Hospital Medicine
(paricularly cardiovascular medicine), clinical research and medical educaion.

Theodore V. Parran, Jr., MD, FACP, is the 2015 KS ACP Mahlon H. Delp Lecturer. He received
his MD from Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, Cleveland, OH and
completed a residency in Internal Medicine at the Balimore City Hospital of Johns Hopkins
University School of Medicine. Following his residency, Dr. Parran was selected to be the
Medical Chief Resident. In 1988 he returned to Cleveland and CWRU School of Medicine and
established the Addicion Fellowship Program in 1994. He teaches on the Addicion Psychiatry
Fellowship faculty, co-directs the current Addicion Medicine Fellowship Program at St. Vincent
Charity Hospital, and is Co-Director of the Foundaions of Clinical Medicine Course. He is the
Medical Director of Coninuing Medical Educaion, and in 2007 was named as the Isabel and
Carter Wang Professor and Chair in Medical Educaion, all at CWRU School of Medicine.

William J. Salyers, Jr., MD, began his medical training at the University of Kansas School of
Medicine in Kansas City and completed his clinical training years in Wichita, KS. Following his
residency training in Internal Medicine at the University of Kansas School of Medicine Wichita, he joined the faculty with KUSM-W Internal Medicine Department as an Assistant
Professor. Prior to starting his fellowship training in Gastroenterology, Dr. Salyers completed a
Master of Public Health degree through the University of Kansas School of Medicine and
obtained board certification in Hospice and Palliative Medicine. He completed his fellowship
training in Gastroenterology at the University of Florida College of Medicine in Jacksonville, FL
and returned to the University of Kansas School of Medicine - Wichita, where he is currently
Chief of the Division of Gastroenterology and Program Director for the Internal Medicine
Residency Program.

Donna E. Sweet, MD, MACP, is a Professor of Internal Medicine at the University of Kansas
School of Medicine-Wichita, KS. She is a Master in the American College of Physicians and is
the Immediate Past Chair of the American College of Physicians Foundation Board as well as
Chair Emeritus of the American College of Physicians Board of Regents. Dr. Sweet is also an
AMA delegate for the ACP and is a member of the Council on Medical Service of the AMA.
She is certified as an HIV specialist by the American Academy of HIV Medicine and national
Co-Chair of the CDC HRSA AIDS Advisory Council (CHAC). She is also the Principal Investigator
and Director of the Kansas AIDS Education and Training Center.

Nathan D. Tofteland, MD, received his medical degree through the University of Kansas
School of Medicine and completed dual residency training at the University of Kansas School
of Medicine-Wichita Internal Medicine/Pediatrics Residency Program. He completed his
Gastroenterology Fellowship training at the Kansas City campus of the University of Kansas
School of Medicine in 2014. In July 2014, Dr. Tofteland returned to the University of Kansas
School of Medicine-Wichita as Assistant Professor in the Department of Internal Medicine's
Division of Gastroenterology and took over as Internal Medicine/Pediatrics Residency
Program Director.

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— Socrates

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