Update in Cardiology and Emergency Medicine
Cardiology and Emergency Medicine
October 18-28, 2017
A Tahitian Cruise is the epitome of relaxation, with postcard ready beaches in every direction you look, sun, sand, and tropical themed drinks all the stresses of work and life are easily abandoned. Let your hair down, tuck a Tiare flower behind your ear,
and explore all you can, from underwater lagoons to mountainous view points. Swim with the fish, and dine like royalty aboard the m/s Paul Gauguin. Tahiti, Tuamotus, Marquesas and the Society Islands are some of the most sought after islands and motus in the world for good reason. Enjoy smiling faces and cheerful hospitality of the locals ashore and during lovely onboard cultural presentations. Here, you really can have it all...
This trip includes roundtrip economy air between Los Angeles & Papeete, Tahiti
- Atrial Fibrillation
- Cardiology Interventions - without instruments
- Cardiology Interventions - with instruments
- Going Home
- Hot off the press (internet)
- Magical bullets
- Less common diagnoses
- Cardiac testing
- Pediatric Trauma Updates
- Bad Ass Headaches: Potential Pitfalls
- Why We Should Be Ditching the Stethoscope in the ED
- The Geriatric Patient: The EM Perspective
- Pediatric Ortho Cases: Potential for Easy Misses
- Cognitive Loading in the ED
- Controversies in Head and Neck Trauma
- Trauma Resuscitation: When the Crap Hits the Fan
- The Challenges of an MD and Co.
CERTIFICATION This program will offer up to 19.25 hours of continuing medical education. Contact Sea Courses for details regarding certification for family physicians and specialists. In order to provide unbiased education this CME conference has not received any pharmaceutical industry sponsorship.