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"The goal of a CME AWAY® conference by Sea Courses is to provide the very best opportunity for health care professionals to not only LEARN but to CONNECT with peers in a stimulating yet RELAXING environment."

10-Night Italy and France CDE AWAY® Cruise

On Board Celebrity Edge


Sailing October 14th, 2022 - October 24th, 2022

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Faculty & CE Details

Dr. Brian Jafine

Dr. Brian Jafine



About The Speaker

Dr. Brian Jafine graduated with a Bachelor of Science and received his DDS degree from the University of Toronto Faculty of Dentistry in Ontario, Canada. He has been a practicing Endodontist for 30 years, and received his post graduate degree in Endodontics from the Tufts University School of Dental Medicine in Boston, MA. Dr. Jafine’s emphasis is on patient comfort, as well as keeping up-to-date with the latest advancement in endodontic techniques, enabling him to provide the best quality of care for his patients. He has a wide range of experience in different areas of endodontics, from root canal treatments to microsurgery. His expertise is also frequently called upon by referring dentists for endodontic retreatment. Dr. Jafine is a member of the Canadian and Ontario Dental Associations, as well as the American Association of Endodontics. He is also a member, and has served as President, of three specialty organization: the Canadian Academy of Endodontics, the Ontario Society of Endodontists and the George Hare Endodontic Study Club. Dr. Jafine’s specialty practice, Partners in Endodontics, strives to utilize the best in current sterilization and endodontic treatment techniques. Specialty equipment in his two office locations includes surgical operating microscopes and digital radiography systems in order to provide the optimum in endodontic care for patients requiring root canal treatment.

Dr. Oliver Pin-Harry

Dr. Oliver Pin-Harry



About The Speaker

Dr. Oliver Pin-Harry is a board certified Prosthodontist in both Canada and USA. He is in fulltime private practice at Burlington Prosthodontics and M Prosthodontics, his referral-based clinics, specialized in Implants, Esthetic and Reconstructive Dentistry.

Dr. Pin-Harry earned his DDS from L’Université de Montpellier, France and his Master of Science in Prosthodontics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA where he serves as Adjunct Assistant Professor in Graduate Prosthodontics. He is a Clinical Instructor at The University of Toronto in Graduate Prosthodontics and has operating privileges at the Joseph Brant Memorial Hospital in Burlington.

His accolades include a Research Fellowship Award from the American College of Prosthodontists for his clinical research as principal investigator on implant therapy of the edentulous maxilla. He continues to dedicate time to clinical research and advanced technology to achieve optimal patient-centered outcomes.

He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Prosthodontics, Fellow of the American College of Prosthodontists, Fellow and appointed Examiner of the Royal College of Dentists of Canada. Dr. Pin-Harry is a published author and frequently invited speaker at national and international meetings on implants, digital workflow and esthetics.

CE Topics

Endodontics: What’s Old, What’s New & What Works

Dental related emergency visits and injuries as the result of trauma are commonly seen in the hospital emergency departments. The literature indicates that approximately one third of preschool children and one quarter of school aged children suffer a traumatic dental injury at least once in their lifetime. The practice of dentistry and medicine are closely intertwined. It is well documented that oral health is an integral factor in the patients overall health. The practice of dentistry is evolving and new treatment protocols and procedures are constantly introduced to provide the best possible treatment outcomes and patient satisfaction. This continuing education program will provide the practitioner with new insights and  protocols to elevate the treatment they provide their patients. We will examine the restoration of the compromised dentition from the endodontic and prosthodontic perspectives. We hope to provide a stimulating discussion which will be thought provoking and question how we practice and should we alter our thought process. Both medical and dental practitioners will gain insight into new techniques and treatment solutions for situations we encounter on a daily basis.

Dr. Jafine

  • Apexogenesis, Apexification & Regenerative Endodontics
  • Dental Trauma & First Aid
  • Pain Management in Endodontics
  • New Innovations in Endodontics
  • Implants vs Endodontics: An Endodontist’s Perspective

Dr. Pin-Harry

  • Dental Implant Therapy in the Anterior Zone: Criteria defining an Esthetic Smile
  • Congenitally missing teeth: Rehabilitation of Young Patients with Oligodontia
  • Etiology of Tooth Loss: Systemic, Genetic and Local Oral Risk Factors
  • Full Mouth Dental Implant Reconstructions: Restoring Terminal Dentitions
  • Digital Technology and Workflow in Dentistry: Present & Future

Drs. Jafine & Pin-Harry

  • Severe Tooth Wear, Bruxism & Erosion: Rehabilitation of the Worn Dentitio
  • The Structurally Compromised Tooth: Restore or Extract? - Decision Tree, Prognosis and Treatment

The aim of this course is to provide evidence-based material, as well as practical and relevant pearls that will be easy to implement into one’s own practice. Conference attendees will be invited to complete a pre-course Needs Assessment to assist the faculty with the development of their presentations.

Conference Tuition Price
FP $1345
Dentist $1345
Specialist $1345
Dental Hygienist $1145
Resident, Retired, NP, RN, PA, Other $1145
Conference Tuition Book Before January 12th, 2022 Book After January 12th, 2022
FP $1195 $1345
Dentist $1195 $1345
Specialist $1195 $1345
Dental Hygienist $995 $1145
Resident, Retired, NP, RN, PA, Other $995 $1145

Venue Information

This spectacular destination has a bounty of treasures waiting to be discovered, from mouthwatering cuisine and stunning landmarks to ancient ruins and unforgettable sights. Our Italy cruises visit the country’s most beautiful destinations. Dive into the azure ocean off the islands of Sicily and Sardinia. Explore famous ruins and works of art in Rome. Witness the spectacular vistas of the Mediterranean Ocean.

Get swept up in the glamour of Cannes, best known as the home to the ritzy annual film festival. Feel like a Hollywood star as you walk down the airy La Croisette promenade, where you can shop at upscale boutiques or people-watch in an outdoor cafe. Head to one of the surrounding beaches and swim in the cool Mediterranean Sea. Go on a scenic drive to other seaside towns in the French Riviera, including Antibes, Nice, and Monaco.

Embark on exciting shore excursions that include in-depth city tours, wine tastings, cooking classes, and more. There’s no shortage of beauty and wonder awaiting you.

Always Included

Vacations should be effortless from the start. That’s why every Celebrity cruise includes drinks, Wi-Fi, and tips – always. It’s that simple!

Additional Noteworthy Features

Celebrity Cruises

For modern travelers, it’s about being fully immersed in new destinations and cultures without sacrificing comfort and style. We set the standard for modern luxury travel and now we’ve made the destination experience even more immersive, starting right on board. Predictability and convention are stripped away, returning luxury sea travel to its very essence: simple, beautiful, imaginative encounters that leave you relaxed, refreshed, and inspired by the world around you. We brought together teams of world-class architects, interior designers, stylists, and even landscape artists to create a showcase of the most inspiring spaces at sea, custom designed just for you.


More than a room. Exhilarating days of discovering the world deserve an equally wonderful place to recharge. Revel in stylish design. Sink into exquisite bedding. Bask in the breathtaking views. Our array of luxurious accommodations has been artfully created to make your stay warm and welcoming.


Our menus, crafted by Michelin-starred chef, Cornelius Gallagher, are inspired by, and locally sourced from, the amazing  regions we visit. Choose casual or upscale, sushi or Italian, dining room or alfresco under the stars. With up to a dozen specialty restaurants, and an array of bars, lounges, and clubs, every experience takes you on a journey. And with Celebrity's Select Dining, when you dine, and with whom, is entirely up to you.


We're opening up the world with over 270 destinations. From the castles of Europe and the ancient civilizations of Asia, to the contrasting shores of the Americas, Australia, Antarctica, and the rugged beauty of Alaska—there's no limit to what you can do.

The Ship

On a Celebrity vacation, you're not just sailing with our ships—you're sailing with our service. For 25 years that's been our calling card—the main reason why our guests cruise with us year after year. From your stateroom attendant to our attentive pool butlers, we're always there with a smile and a helping hand. Our outstanding customer service and on board services are intuitive, so you can enjoy your vacation to its fullest." Our crew is as diverse and captivating as the places to which we travel. And each one of them believes that modern luxury means providing service that's intuitive about what would make you happiest before you've even requested it. The chocolate on your pillow each night? That's just the icing on the cake. Celebrity Edge® marks a turning point in our approach to ship design. From the very first sketches to experiencing those designs in a virtual reality setting, every step was done in 3-D. From the incredible new Magic Carpet℠ to the private plunge pools in our new 2-story Edge Villas, we could design the most refined ship at sea. The unique outward facing design breaks from traditional ship design. Aboard, you’ll feel more connected with the sea and the places you’ll visit in a variety of spaces ranging from our Edge® Staterooms with Infinite VerandasSM, to our reimagined, terraced pool deck that offers even greater views of the destinations and shimmer of ocean. A new class of ships, designed to shatter expectations.
  • Knowledgeable, personalized, genuine service
  • Suite class butlers
  • Certified sommeliers in every restaurant
  • Twice daily makeup and turn down service
  • Nearly 2:1 guest to crew ratio
  • Crew from over 50 diverse cultures dedicated to creating a world class experience for each guest, every time

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Itinerary & Schedule

Date Port / Location Arrival Time Departure Time Notes / CE Details
October 14th Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy 5:00 PM
October 15th Florence/Pisa(La Spezia), Italy 8:00 AM 7:00 PM
October 16th Cannes, France 8:00 AM 8:00 PM
October 17th Provence (Toulon), France 8:00 AM 6:00 PM
October 18th Barcelona, Spain 8:00 AM 8:00 PM
October 19th At Sea 8:00 AM—12:30 PM; 1:30 PM—4:30 PM
October 20th Cagliari, Sardinia 7:00 AM 7:00 PM
October 21st At Sea 8:00 AM—12:00 PM; 1:00 PM—4:15 PM
October 22nd Sicily (Messina), Italy 8:00 AM 6:00 PM
October 23rd Naples, Italy 8:00 AM 6:00 PM
October 24th Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy 5:00 AM

Detailed Port Descriptions

Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy

Civitavecchia was settled in 108 A.D. by the Emperor Trajan and has since served faithfully as a gateway to Rome, the capital of Italy. Once the center of the Ancient World from which emperors ruled over nearly all of western civilization, Rome is still a cultural mecca. Only a few cities in the world can boast such a well-preserved level of architecture, art, and religious iconography. There’s an enormous wealth of culture and history to discover on a cruise to Rome. Visit the ancient halls of the 50,000-seat Colosseum, gaze upon the ceilings of Sistine Chapel in Vatican City, and stroll the Capitoline Museum. Roman culinary prowess is well respected and beloved the world over. Experience authentic pizza, hearty bowls of fresh pasta, excellent cheeses, wines, seafood, and delightful desserts like tiramisu and gelato at family-run trattorias that have been preparing these traditional dishes for centuries. Walk the cobblestoned piazzas making your way to narrow side streets where you’re sure to find craftsman shops and beautiful boutiques filled with gorgeous handmade accessories and homewares for keepsakes and souvenirs.

Florence/Pisa(La Spezia), Italy

La Spezia, which lies between Genoa and Pisa, and is just minutes to the east of Cinque Terre-the five fishing ports that enjoy National Park status-is home to the Palio del Golfo, an annual boat race that sees the Gulf of Poets; 13 historic villages face off against one another in celebration of the annual Festa del Mare. The town also offers fantastic shopping opportunities, as well as plenty of trattorias to enjoy local, Ligurian cuisine

Cannes, France

With long boardwalks, massive yachts anchored in the harbor, and sunny plazas, Cannes personifies the charismatic French Riviera. Its balmy climate, deep blue Mediterranean waters, and views of the magnificent Alps in the distance, have made this city an alluring retreat for wealthy aristocrats since the mid-1800s. Today, the once small fishing village is world-renowned for its annual film festival and luxurious shopping. This unequivocal playground for the rich is the perfect locale to splurge and pamper yourself accordingly on your French Riviera cruise. And as you stroll the palm-shaded Promenade de la Croisette, you’ll find a wealth of boutiques filled with gorgeous haute couture and deluxe garments for fabulous keepsakes and souvenirs. A short distance away from the promenade you can pick up a few provisions at the Marché Forville, a great indoor food market with a fine  selection of the freshest oysters, French cheeses, bread, olives, and much more for a ravishing lunch on the beach. Afterward, hop a ferry to both Sainte-Marguerite and Saint-Honorat Islands for some light hiking or visit Fort Royal where the story of the Man in the Iron Mask originated.

Provence (Toulon), France

The distinct Italian accent you'll find here is a remnant of the 2nd century B.C. Romans. Finding the climate and inland of what is now known as Provence so inviting, they stayed and Toulon didn't become part of France until the 15th century.

Barcelona, Spain

Formerly a sleepy Spanish city, Barcelona has recently been reborn as an eclectic fusion of the modern and medieval. This coastal city exudes European charm and welcomes multitudes of travelers every year. It’s a major destination with must-see architectural gems that date back some 2,000 years. You’ll encounter fascinating examples from the Roman Empire, the Middle Ages, the Modern masters like Gaudî, and many Cataluñian greats. Outstanding art museums can be found throughout the city, proudly displaying the works of world-renowned artists and countrymen, including Goya, Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dalî, and Joan Miró. For a respite from the hustle and bustle of the city center, venture to the awaiting Mediterranean Sea and all the seaside has to offer. Maybe a brisk hike in the nearby forest covered Collserola Hills or the hilltop in Montjuïc with its botanical gardens is the perfect recharge for a rollicking evening in one of the premier party capitals of the world. Round out your cruise to Barcelona dining at a tapas bar and savor a variety of delicious small dishes to share—from traditional Spanish to the more innovative.

Cagliari, Sardinia

As you approach this lovely port from the sea, you’ll marvel at the castles and cathedrals, perched on successive terraces. Originally settled over 2,700 years ago, Cagliari retains much of its original seaside charm. Pristine waters and white sand beaches surround the island, offering great opportunities to scuba, snorkel, and swim in the Tyrrhenian Sea on your Cagliari cruise. Once home to Italian nobility and aristocrats, this ancient city boasts the 3,000-year-old ruins of Nora, ancient temples and thermal baths of Sardinia, and the Neolithis Nuraghic Village of Su Nuraxi di Barumini.Savor the distinct Italian flavor of Cagliari cuisine with pasta feasts, fresh seafood, and prime meats on menu at bistros and restaurants throughout the city. A stroll down Vias Garibaldi and Manno will bring you to the finest artisan shops and boutiques. Lovely handcrafts, regional cheeses, and island wines can be found at the open-air markets around the city for delightful keepsakes and souvenirs. With every Vespa that zips by and every golden-domed palazzi you see, you will come to realize that Cagliari is the most Italian of the Sardinian islands.

Sicily (Messina), Italy

Located in northeastern Sicily on the slopes of the Peloritani Mountains, Messina is an ancient place with a fascinating history. Walk by the ruins of the Santa Maria Alemanna Church, built in 1220 A.D. You'll also want to see the Duomo, a Romanesque and Norman cathedral that includes a display of artifacts in its treasury.

Naples, Italy

Framed by Mount Vesuvius along a dramatic skyline, the 2,800 year-old port city of Naples is chock full of historical sites, churches, and museums that make it a fascinating place for you to explore. For all of Rome’s notoriety and reputation, Naples, with its historic city center deemed a UNESCO World Heritage Site, has just as many important archeological sites and landmarks. Visit the Museo Archeologico Nazionale for a world-class collection of Egyptian and Graeco-Roman artifacts. And, if you’d like to venture a little deeper on your Naples cruise, then exploring Naples from below the ground is a must. Start with a trip into the basement of the San Lorenzo Maggiore church where you’ll find a partially excavated Roman market and a little deeper, just below the Roman ruins, you’ll find remnants from the Greeks to discover. And in the region where pizza was first invented, you know the food is going to be incredible. Whether you’re looking for a thin, wood-fired Margherita pie, spaghetti alle vongole or a zeppole dusted with confectioner’s sugar, Naples and her bountiful edible treasures is sure to please. Only 35 miles down the coast, Salerno offers you a rich history, but also boasts a marvelous collection of parks, natural wonders, and unique vantage points to take in the beauty of the Tyrrhenian Sea. Two cities. One incredible stretch of Italian coastline.

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