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Pediatric Critical Care Medicine 2006 - A Review for Board Preparation, Recertification, and Comprehensive Update (3/25/2006 - 3/28/2006)

This course has been organized

to provide preparation for the Pediatric Critical Care Subspecialty Examination of the American Board of Pediatrics (ABP) and to provide a comprehensive update in the diagnosis, monitoring, and management of the critically ill pediatric patient.

*REGISTER EARLY! Advance Registration Discount of $150*! For a limited time, participants who preregister for the Pediatric Critical Care Medicine 2006 course taking place March 25 - 28, 2006 at The Ritz Carlton, Tysons Corner, in McLean, Virginia, will receive an ADVANCE REGISTRATION DISCOUNT of $150*! [More]

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Clinical Infectious Disease Update Course 2006 – Ninth Annual Management Review for the Practicing Physician (3/31/2006 – 4/2/2006)

This course is designed to

provide an update in important areas, utilizing a faculty of nationally recognized experts who can communicate practical advice to clinicians. Special case history sessions will afford attendees the opportunity to learn from practical application of theories and therapeutic techniques, as well as a chance to interface with faculty and peers.

*REGISTER EARLY! Advance Registration Discount of $100*! For a limited time, participants who preregister for the Clinical Infectious Disease Update Course 2006 taking place March 31 – April 2, 2006 at the Millennium Broadway Hotel in New York, New York, will receive an ADVANCE REGISTRATION DISCOUNT of $100*! [More]

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Skin Curriculum Overview for Physician Extenders
(4/28/2006- 4/30/2006)

SCOPE is an integrated continuing medical education course for dermatology

physician assistants and nurse practitioners. The goal of this CME program is to provide a comprehensive dermatology course in a relaxed meeting environment intended to maximize educational and social interactions between the dermatologist and physician extender.

REGISTER EARLY! SPACE IS LIMITED! [More]

2nd Annual NYU Seminars in Gastroenterology
(04/01/2006)

This course has been organized to provide a one-day, intensive seminar-based course on 4 important topics in gastroenterology.

Topics Include:
 • Colon Cancer
 • Liver Disease
 • Inflammatory Bowel Disease
 • Future of Endoscopy.

Register by 2/15/06 and save! Participants who register early for this course will receive a discount. [More]


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Advances in Treatment of Early Multiple Sclerosis (SELF STUDY)
SELECTED HIGHLIGHTS FROM ECTRIMS 2005

Important new data on the efficacy and tolerability of disease-modifying treatment for patients with evidence of early multiple sclerosis (MS) were recently presented at the European Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis (ECTRIMS) meeting. The ECTRIMS meeting is the largest congress in the world that focuses entirely on MS: more than 200 talks and 600 posters on MS are presented annually. This Rapid Reporter presents selected highlights from the recent ECTRIMS meeting. [More]

 


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Management of Antiretroviral-Related Metabolic Disorders (SELF STUDY)
Highlights from a CME Satellite Symposium to Clinical Infectious Disease 2005

Antiretroviral therapy has improved the clinical course and survival of patients with HIV infection. A variety of metabolic complications are associated with certain antiretrovirals. This educational program will discuss how to monitor these derangements, distinguish those that cause clinically important sequelae, and prevent and manage such complications. [More]

 


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Treating Chronic Hepatitis B in Practice:
Increasing Options
Improving Outcomes

CME-certified Satellite Symposium

Presented for attendees of the 56th AASLD Annual Meeting, this symposium will provide delegates with the opportunity to critically evaluate the available treatment strategies for chronic hepatitis B.

A panel of international speakers will review the latest data on immune-based and antiviral treatments for chronic hepatitis B, with emphasis on those therapeutic options which appear to provide longer-term benefits. Our panel of experts will deliver interactive presentations, debate the rationale behind current treatment strategies and highlight options that will best benefit patients.

The goal of this CME-certified symposium is to take you through the evaluation of recent clinical evidence on approved and investigational therapies in the context of treatment decisions that face physicians in everyday clinical practice.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

  • Physicians specializing in Internal Medicine
  • Infectious disease physicians
  • Hepatologists
  • Gastroenterologists

Course Director and Chairman: Michael W Fried, MD

Date and Time: 13 November 2005, 6.30–8.30pm
Location: San Francisco Marriott, Yerba Buena Ballroom Salon 1–8
CME hours: CBC designates this educational activity for a maximum of 1.5 hours in Category 1 credit towards the AMA Physician’s Recognition Award

There is no pre-registration or registration fee for this meeting

Infectious Disease 2006 Board Review Course – 11th Annual Comprehensive Review for Board Preparation (9/13/2006 – 9/17/2006)

This course is designed specifically for physicians planning

to certify or recertify in the Infectious Disease Subspecialty of the American Board of Internal Medicine and is also suitable for physicians planning to take Infectious Disease sections of the internal medicine board examination. This comprehensive course will cover clinical aspects of diseases likely to be encountered by infectious disease specialists in internal medicine. [More]
Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Symposium 2005
(12/07/2005 - 12/11/2005)

Presented by Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Society (PCICS) and Congenital Cardiac Anesthesia Society (CCAS)

Featuring more than sixty distinguished faculty members, well known for their clinical expertise and teaching abilities in the fields of pediatric cardiology, pediatric intensive care, cardiac surgery, neonatology, adult cardiology, adult intensive care, cardiovascular nursing and more.... [More]
Winter Clinical Dermatology Conference Hawaii™ 2006 (1/13/2006 - 1/17/2006)

The 2006 Winter Clinical Dermatology Conference-Hawaii(TM) is a 5-day program aimed to provide

the practicing dermatologist with a comprehensive update on the diagnosis and treatment of a variety of conditions that face dermatologists on a daily basis.

The conference agenda has been carefully developed to provide pearls of knowledge for daily use to the practicing dermatologist in an intimate environment designed to maximize faculty/registrant interactions.
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CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE 2006 ADVANCED REGISTRATION (4/22/2006 - 4/26/2006)
This course has been organized to provide a comprehensive update in the diagnosis, monitoring, and

management of the critically ill patient and to provide preparation for the Critical Care Subspecialty Examination of the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM).

*REGISTER EARLY! Special 20th Anniversary Prices PLUS $150 off* with advance registration! ! For a limited time, participants who preregister for the Critical Care Medicine 2006 course, taking place April 22-26, 2006 at The Ritz Carlton, Tysons Corner, in McLean, Virginia, will receive an ADVANCE REGISTRATION DISCOUNT of $150*! [More]

* discount off full regular registration price

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