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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 Adriatic and Aegean Array CME AWAY® Cruise

On Board Oceania Sirena

DermatologyEmergency Medicine

Sailing April 19th, 2022 - April 29th, 2022

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Faculty & CME Details

Dr. Richard Haber

Dr. Richard Haber

Specialty:

Dermatology

About The Speaker

Dr. Richard Haber is a Professor of Medicine at the University of Calgary and the past dermatology division head at the University. He is past chair of the Dermatology Specialty Committee and past chief examiner of the dermatology fellowship examinations for RCPSC. He received the Professional Association of Resident Physicians of Alberta (PARA) 2014—2015 award for excellence in clinical teaching for the university of Calgary and the Canadian Dermatology Association Award of Merit in 2019.

Dr. Mitchell Shulman

Dr. Mitchell Shulman

Specialty:

Emergency Medicine

About The Speaker

Dr. Mitch Shulman (or Dr Mitch as he’s known to his many fans on radio, TV and print) has always loved teaching and been actively involved in teaching medical students (he’s an Assistant Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at McGill), residents (he’s an attending physician in the emergencies at the 2 campuses of the McGill University Health Center) and his peers. He teaches regularly at McGill’s Thursday evening lecture series and its lunchtime webinars and yearly at the McGill Refresher Course for Family Physicians and many other professional meetings. He is also actively engaged in educating the public. He appears daily on Bell Media Radio, monthly on Global TV Montreal’s This Morning and has a regular column in the largest English language weekly in Quebec, The Suburban. He volunteers his time speaking at many charitable events throughout the year. After completing his undergraduate training at Harvard, he came back home to Montreal to attend McGill Medical School and then do a residency in Emergency Medicine (where he was Chief Resident). He was among the first Royal College certified Emergency Medicine specialists (1983) and served as an examiner for the Royal College for many years. He was acting Director of the Emergency Department and served as its Research Director. He’s been a community doc and an occupational health physician. Currently, as well as his emergency department clinical responsibilities, he also serves as a medical scientist on an ethics review committee and works at the McGill Student Health Center. His commitment to his community runs deep. He was its Medical Director responsible for First Response and coached hockey to the Junior level. He still refs local ice hockey and plays. His philosophy on teaching has always been that we all have valuable knowledge to share and so he sincerely looks forward to hearing your own experiences as we share the learning at Sea Courses.

CME Topics

Emergency Medicine & Dermatology

Dr. Haber
  • Up to Date Review on Acne Vulgaris
  • Up to Date Review on Atopic Dermatitis
  • Up to Date Review on Psoriasis Vulgaris
  • Up to Date Review on Rosacea/Periorificial Dermatitis
  • Cutaneous Infection Pearls
  • Hair and Nail Pearls
  • Fifty Shades of Yellow: A Review of Xanthodermatology (Yellow Skin Lesions)
Dr. Shulman
  • Concussion: It’s Not Just About Athletes
  • Office Emergencies: You And Your Staff Are At Risk! Do You Know What To Do?
  • ENT Emergencies: From Nose Bleeds To Orbital Cellulitis: What You Need to Know to Handle Common and Uncommon ENT Emergencies
  • Emergency Procedures For Non-Emergency Docs: Tricks to Manage the Airway and Access the Circulation When your Patient is Crashing
  • Red Flags: Uncommon Diseases Masquerading as Common Ones. Things You Must Not Miss
  • In-Flight Medical Emergencies: Is There A Doctor On Board?
  • Managing Pain: Useful Tips from the Emergency Room That You Can Apply Elsewhere

This course is designed for family physicians, specialists, and allied health care professionals. The aim is to provide evidence-based material, as well as practical and relevant clinical pearls that will be easy to implement into one’s own medical 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
Specialist $1345
Resident, Retired, NP, RN, PA, Other $1145
Conference Tuition Book Before July 15th, 2021 Book After July 15th, 2021
FP $1195 $1345
Specialist $1195 $1345
Resident, Retired, NP, RN, PA, Other $995 $1145

Venue Information

Create a legacy of happy memories that includes the impossibly beautiful coastline of Amalfi, the magnificent walled city of Dubrovnik and a fantastic overnight in captivating and legendary Venice.

Additional Noteworthy Features

Oceania Cruises

Each of our voyages is an invitation to discover your next travel story and reignite your passions. Experience faraway places that you have always dreamed of. Encounter new ways of looking at the world and travel to the far corners of the globe. Savor your experience with imaginative insider tours that immerse you in the heart of the destination’s culinary and cultural traditions. Thousands of reasons – one passion. There are as many reasons to travel as there are travelers in this world. It’s your turn to embrace your passion for travel with Oceania Cruises.

Staterooms

The generous dimensions of our suites and staterooms afford the ultimate in luxury. Interiors are decorated with traditional hardwoods, rich fabrics, fine furnishings and original art. A fashionable color palette blends sea, sky and comforting earth tones to create a soothing environment. Plump the goose-down pillows of the Prestige Tranquility Bed, an Oceania Cruises exclusive, and relax in bed while reading the latest bestseller. Stretch out on the plush couch and watch live news broadcasts or the latest Hollywood blockbuster on the flat-screen television. Relax on the private teak veranda, a feature of the vast majority of accommodations.

Dining

Memorable dining begins with open-seating, as it allows you to dine when you are ready and with whomever you choose. Regardless of which of our restaurants you select, there are no dining surcharges. Enjoy Toscana’s authentic Italian dishes, Polo Grill’s steakhouse fare, Continental cuisine in the Grand Dining Room, and made-to-order American favorites in the Terrace Café. You may also indulge in delicate pastries and freshly made sandwiches along with illy® specialty coffees at Baristas. Vegans will love the options available to them on the Oceania Sirena! Vegan menus are available for all meals in the Grand Dining Room, and upon request in the Terrace Café. The extensive, delicious vegan options are provided on a separate menu and no pre-order is required. Click here to see the menu now.

Experiences

From reading comfortably in the library to sipping fine vintages at a wine tasting, a wonderful spectrum of enriching activities awaits you on board. Attend an engaging guest lecture in anticipation of your next destination or enjoy the upper deck as you improve your golf game on the putting green. Spend the afternoon with friends at a lively trivia contest or bridge tournament. Or simply lose yourself in deep relaxation with one of Canyon Ranch® Spa signature treatments.

The Ship

Sleek and elegantly charming, Sirena's decks are resplendent in the finest teak, custom stone and tile work, and her lounges, suites and staterooms boast luxurious, neo-classical furnishings. Sirena offers every luxury you may expect on board one of our stylish ships.

What's Included?

  • Roundtrip economy airfare included from major North American gateways*
  • In-port shuttle service
  • Specialty restaurants
  • Unlimited internet
  • Unlimited soft drinks and bottled water
  • Unlimited cappuccino, espresso, teas and juices
  • Room service menu 24 hours a day
  • Complimentary Fitness Classes by Canyon Ranch Spa
  • Taxes & fees
  • Prepaid gratuities
*Premium economy and business class prices available on request

Plus Pick One OLife Choice Per Stateroom!

  • 6 free shore excursions
  • Free house select beverage package (unlimited wine and beer with lunch and dinner) for 1st and 2nd passengers | *$20 additional per person per day charges to full drink package
  • $600 shipboard credit

Click here for the latest health and safety protocols from Oceania Cruises!

Itinerary & Schedule

Date Port / Location Arrival Time Departure Time Notes / CME Details
April 19th Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy 6:00 PM
April 20th Positano, Italy 8:00 AM 6:00 PM
April 21st Syracuse (Sicily), Italy 9:00 AM 7:00 PM 7:30 AM—9:00 AM
April 22nd Crotone (Calabria), Italy 7:00 AM  4:00 PM
April 23rd Dubrovnik, Croatia 8:00 AM 4:00 PM
April 24th Venice, Italy 1:00 PM 8:00 AM—12:00 PM
April 25th Venice, Italy 5:00 PM
April 26th Cruising the Adriatic Sea 8:00 AM—12:00 PM; 1:00 PM—4:00 PM
April 27th Katakolon, Greece  9:00 AM  6:00 PM
April 28th Santorini, Greece  11:00 AM  8:00 PM 8:00 AM—11:15 AM
April 29th Athens (Piraeus), Greece 8:00 AM

Detailed Port Descriptions

Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy

Travel to Rome and revel in the magnificent monuments, from the ancient Roman Forum and Coliseum to the splendor of St. Peter's Basilica with Michelangelo's Pietà and his breathtaking frescoes in the Sistine Chapel. Or enjoy a drive through the lush farmlands of the Roman countryside to lovely medieval Castelgandolfo.

Positano, Italy

Visit enchanting Amalfi to admire the 12th century Capuchin monastery and see the beautiful 11th century cathedral and cloister. Then discover chic Positano with its relaxed, sophisticated air and white Moorish-style houses clinging to steep slopes around a sparkling bay filled with colorful fishing boats.

Syracuse (Sicily), Italy

The greatest Greek city and most beautiful of them all,” is how Cicero described Syracuse, once the largest city in the ancient world. Travel back in time on the island of Ortygia, where Syracuse was founded by the Greeks in 734 BC. Nearly 3,000 years later, this UNESCO site is one of Sicily’s greatest archaeological treasures. In between spectacular ancient relics, treat your palate to cheese, olives and cured meats from street vendors or delicious gelato from a gelateria. Looming in the distance is Sicily’s most famous attraction, Mount Etna, which nourishes the rich soils that produce some of the best wines, fruits and nuts in the world.

Crotone (Calabria), Italy

A city of soaring castles and scenic coastline, Crotone boasts an eventful history dating to 710 BC. Standing on a promontory overlooking the sea, Capo Colonna Archaeological Park holds some of the most ancient remains, including a column of the temple of Hera Lacinia from the fifth century BC. The town cathedral is notable for its 12th century baptismal font and the icon of the Black Madonna brought from the East when the church was first built. Traverse a narrow strip of land to visit Le Castella, an ancient citadel constructed on a small island, or explore the museum in the imposing 16th century Castle of Charles V.

Dubrovnik, Croatia

Enjoy a walk through this famous walled medieval city and its exquisite Venetian monuments. See the Franciscan monastery and explore the Rector's palace and the cathedral. Or explore the countryside with a visit to lovely Cavtat, an enchanting seaside resort that began life as a Greek and then Roman colony. Then visit a local family in a Konavle Valley village and enjoy their hospitality over a traditional welcome of brandy and figs with a serenade by local musicians.

Venice, Italy

Savor the majestic beauty of this amazing city as you glide along its canals and under its bridges, opulent palazzi and elegant churches lining the route. Discover Venice's secret quarters down narrow alleys opening into spacious campos. Admire the Doge's Palace and St. Mark's Basilica. Visit lovely Burano and the glass factories on Murano. Or enjoy the scenic countryside with its stunning Palladian villas.

Katakolon, Greece

Visit ancient Olympia where the Olympic Games began in 776 B.C. and stroll around this deserted sanctuary, admiring the temples, altars and treasuries, and stand on the ground where ancient athletes practiced before competing. Or enjoy a pleasant drive through the countryside past quaint villages to a local vineyard and sample the wines, local cheeses and other foods.

Santorini, Greece

Visit the beautiful whitewashed hilltop towns of Oia and Fira and their breathtaking views of the caldera below. See the stunning artifacts in Fira's museum, including recent finds from the excavation of Akrotiri, thought by many to be the legendary city of Atlantis, or visit a winery. Stroll through the winding streets with fantastic views around every corner.

Athens (Piraeus), Greece

Climb up the magnificent Acropolis and stand in awe of the Parthenon, the beautiful temples and the view over Athens stretched out before you. See city highlights including the new and old Olympic stadiums. Journey to Cape Sounion and the temple of Poseidon overlooking the sea, or visit ancient Corinth and the narrow Corinth Canal cut through miles of solid rock.

Pre-And-Post Trip Information

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