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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."

7-Night Antigua CME AWAY® Resort

Sandals Grande Antigua

Physician WellnessRespirology

From November 13th, 2021 - November 20th, 2021

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Faculty & CME Details

Dr. Alan Kaplan

Dr. Alan Kaplan

Specialty:

Family Medicine

About The Speaker

Dr. Kaplan is the Chairperson of the Family Physician Airways Group of Canada and a Board member of the International Primary Care Respiratory Group. He is the President of the IPCRG 5th biennual world scientific meeting, “Making Every Breath Count” Toronto June 2-5, 2010 and chair of the Council of Organizing Members of the Canadian Network for Respiratory Care. Dr. Kaplan is also a representative of the College of Family Physicians of Canada to the SARS clinical working group and a member of Chronic Respiratory Disease Surveillance Advisory Committee (Public Health Agency of Canada) , the Health Canada Section on Allergy and Respiratory Therapies and the Canadian Metropolitan Tuberculosis Subcommittee. Dr. Kaplan is an international editor for Nature’s Primary Care Respiratory Journal and for the Italian Journal of Primary Care.

Dr. Gerald Levine

Dr. Gerald Levine

Specialty:

Family Medicine

About The Speaker

Dr. Gerald Levine graduated from the University of Toronto Medical School in 1982 and the University of Toronto Family Medicine School in 1984. From 1985 to 2017 he ran his family medical practice in Barrie, Ontario, and has focused on stress management, burnout prevention and mindfulness facilitation since 2006. He has conducted stress management/burnout prevention staff training for the Canadian Mental Health Association York Region, Canadian Mental Health Association Simcoe, York Support Services Network and Simcoe County Elementary Teachers Federation. He has also hosted workshops on stress management/burnout prevention for many family practitioners and specialists, the General Practitioner Psychotherapy Association of Canada, Ontario Social Workers Association, Georgian Bay Cancer Support Network, Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit and many more.

CME Topics

COPD, Asthma, Smoking Cessation, Approach to Cough, Practice Management, Physician Burnout & the Mindful Physician

Sea Courses is pleased to invite you to a 7-day CME AWAY® program at Sandals Antigua. Dr. Alan Kaplan and Dr. Gerald Levine (Family Physicians from Ontario) have developed a new program on topics that are both relevant and practical for  family physicians and specialists.

Dr. Kaplan will review the many causes of cough and dyspnea including COPD, asthma, heart failure, vaping and e-cigarettes. He will also review the use of cannabinoids and provide an update on vaccines.

Dr. Levine will share pearls of practice management, time management, physician stress and burnout. He will describe some coping mechanisms and lead a discussion on how to deal with the day-to-day stressors of medical practice.

Dr. Kaplan and Dr. Levine are looking forward to seeing you at Sandals Antigua.

Dr. Kaplan

  • Spirometry
  • COPD: What Is New in COPD, From Breathlessness to Exacerbations
  • Preschool Asthma
  • Adult Asthma
  • Inhaler Devices
  • Smoking Cessation
  • Chronic Cough

Dr. Levine

  • Physician Stress and Burnout
  • Concepts of Mindfulness for Self Care
  • Applied Mindfulness: Listening and Communication
  • Applied Mindfulness: Thoughts and Emotions
  • Applied Mindfulness: Burnout Prevention
  • Mindful Time Management
  • The Mindful Physician

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 $1295
Specialist $1295
Resident, Retired, NP, RN, PA, Other $1095
Conference Tuition Book Before January 1st, 1970 Book After January 1st, 1970
FP $1145 $1295
Specialist $1145 $1295
Resident, Retired, NP, RN, PA, Other $945 $1095

Venue Information

ADULTS ONLY

Sandals Grande Antigua is located on Antigua’s best and most famous beach, Dickenson Bay. Explore the Caribbean Beachfront Village, a charming seaside garden oasis graced by meandering pathways, majestic palms and cooling Trade winds. Then step into a realm of chic sophistication where European grandeur unfolds from the hillside to villas-by-the-sea at the Six-Star, all-suite Mediterranean Oceanview Village. Come relax on silky-soft, pure white sands and let the warmth of the Caribbean fill your senses. One grand resort. All included.

Additional Noteworthy Features

All Included, All Unlimited, All The Time

Dining

Bayside
  • Discover Diversity. The Bayside Restaurant represents the culinary diversity of an equally diverse locale. With flavorsome Caribbean cuisine, guests from near and far can enjoy Bayside by day for buffet-style breakfast and lunch; and bask in its enchanting essence with dining by night for an exquisite a la carte dinner. The character of Bayside's terrace setting overlooking the pier and Caribbean Sea is charming. Watch the sailboats pass by, indulge in a candlelit dinner, or view the fiery sunset while the cool, sea breeze washes over you.

Eleanor's
  • Lady Eleanor used her collection of exotic recipes and her massive Georgian dining room to create the most lavish banquets Jamaican colonial society had ever seen. Her recipes cemented her place in culinary history and she became known as the best cook in the Caribbean! Eleanors cuisine is served in an atmosphere reminiscent of Eleanor's very own great house dining room so that her legacy as the best cook in the Caribbean will never be forgotten. The enchanting, old-world charm of Eleanors captivates guests from the moment they walk through the doors. But it's the delectable cuisine inspired by this 18th century matriarch that leaves a lasting impression with a calypso of flavors such as Tamarind Grilled Beef Tenderloin (tamarind-infused red wine reduction), Roasted Pumpkin Soup, Caribbean Grilled Lobster, Jamaican Jerk Chicken, West Indian Curried Lamb, and Rasta Pasta (penne pasta tossed with chef's choice of vegetables, ackee, spinach, and coconut cream sauce).
Café de Paris
  • Discover a Little Bit of Paris in the Caribbean. Whitehouse has always been known for its 365 beaches and romantic settings. Now, Café de Paris is helping to make it known for fine, Parisian treats. When the café concept was first introduced in Paris in the 17th century, people fell in love with the neighborhood feel of the café, which over the years became a place to relax. The same semblance is found at Café de Paris, the social pulse of Whitehouse. Flowers, bright colors, and lovely patio furniture with umbrellas adorn the outside of the café. But the chic décor and romantic ambience aren't the only things to savor at this superb café.
Mario's 
  • Discover the Lombardia Region of Italy. Italian gastronomy is made up of 21 diverse regional cuisines. Mario's draws its cooking style from the beautiful region of Lombardia, where E.A.. Mario, grandfather to the restaurant's first authentic Italian chef, was born to a family of humble means. Growing up in a family of six in a small apartment behind his father's barbershop, everyone in his family needed to pull their weight to get by. Mario was in charge of preparing dinner and his delicious dishes would bring his whole family together every night. Mario instilled that same sense of passion for his love of food and family into his children and grandchildren.

Itinerary & Schedule

Date Location Notes / CME Details
November 13th St John's, Antigua
November 14th St John's, Antigua 8:00 am—12:30 pm
November 15th St John's, Antigua 9:00 am—12:00 pm
November 16th St John's, Antigua
November 17th St John's, Antigua 8:00 am—12:00 pm
November 18th St John's, Antigua 8:00 am—12:15 pm
November 19th St John's, Antigua
November 20th St John's, Antigua

Pre-And-Post Trip Information

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