In addition to the 80-hour training to obtain additional second education, emergency medicine includes certified and structured training in resuscitation (ACLS of the American Heart Association) as well as a certified and structured training Trauma supply (ITLS Advanced Provider). Team resource management is also structured with our partner FactorMensch integrated into the course. Optional offers-such as action in MANV situations-complete the course. Lunch, snacks and drinks, a spa party and also the opportunity to have children looked after in parallel form part of our courses.
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The American Medical Women’s Association (AMWA) is proud to host the Centennial Congress of the Medical Women’s International Association (MWIA). Join us for this unprecedented opportunity to network with medical women from all over the world. This meeting will be in place of the AMWA Annual Meeting, and we will host our annual awards, fellowship convocation, and more at this international Congress.
Registration for NATA 2019 is open!
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The NATA Clinical Symposia offers hundreds of educational sessions in many different learning formats. There is something for everyone.
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For 25 years, the Fellows Course has been providing building blocks for thriving careers in interventional cardiology, through essential education in the foundations of interventional cardiology and the chance to interact with leaders and innovators in the field.
Now it’s your turn to attend the Fellows Course, and take advantage of this invaluable opportunity.
The AOASM and ARP are excited to hold their first combined educational sessions this year, overlapping both the AOASM and ARP conferences. Joint sessions will be held beginning at 1:00 p.m. May 3 and will end at noon on May 4. Individuals registered for either conference can attend these joint sessions. Joint sessions are packed with excellent educational content sure to provide something for everyone!
The Leading Edge is the annual educational conference of the Jefferson Ultrasound Radiology Education Institute. The conference provides updates on the major specialty areas and overviews of the "hot" topics in diagnostic ultrasound. The Leading Edge program has established a reputation for excellence since its debut in 1980. The program is designed to meet the educational and CME needs of physicians, sonographers, vascular technologists, nurse midwives and students. Parallel tracks allow the attendees to create a "custom" program that addresses the areas of most interest to them. The major themes that will be covered in the 2019 Leading Edge program include Women's Imaging, Vascular Imaging and Doppler, a Principles Tune-Up, Musculoskeletal Ultrasound, Contrast Agents and Abdominal Ultrasound.
Participants will understand the hemodynamics of the shunt and apply this knowledge in daily shunt evaluation, interpretation of pressure values, recognition of complications, as well as puncture. They will acquire knowledge of image formation using ultrasonic technology and develop competence to act in ultrasonic shunt puncture and cannula correction.
Under the theme of “Collaboration, Professionalism, Responsibility”, various programs with 32 topics will be prepared including plenary lectures, parallel sessions, special lectures, pre-workshop, exhibition, and social programs. Experience, knowledge and skills shared in and around the conference will be crucial in accelerating health reforms through collective action, and versatile approaches in channeling communities will fill the apparent gaps in emergency medicine. In commemoration of the 30th Anniversary of the KSEM in 2019, having the ICEM 2019 convened in Seoul would be particularly meaningful. Seoul, the 600-year old capital of the Republic of Korea, is an ineffable international city where traditional and modern cultures coexist side-by-side in perfect harmony. It is the place that you shall have a series of exceptional opportunities to experience cultures and friendly atmosphere during your stay.
The local organizing committee is sure that the conference will act as a fertile source to open up new horizons in emergency medicine. We seek your kind supports for the ICEM 2019 and look forward to welcoming you all to Seoul in 2019.
2019 AMSSM/Cayuga Medical Center Sports US Cadaver/Injection
Ithaca College Human Anatomy Lab
Mar 15 - Mar 16, 2019
The DMC Sports Medicine program hosts the annual symposium to provide orthopaedic and sports medicine physicians, as well as fellows, residents, physical therapists, athletic trainers and students an opportunity to come together and share best practices. The event includes discussions of current trends in the diagnosis and management of complex orthopaedic injuries, including non-surgical and surgical options, research and evidence-based review, surgical and musculoskeletal ultrasound demonstrations, and breakout sessions.
This two-day course is dedicated to a multi-specialty and multi-faceted approach to the treatment and prevention of sports related injuries. Featuring an esteemed faculty who are leaders in the world of professional Sports Medicine, this symposium is sure to educate you on how to have your athletes lead healthy, active, injury-free lives.