Masters of Medicine 2020 is organized by Association of Black Cardiologists (ABC), Heart Institute of the Caribbean (HIC) and will be held from Jan 17 - 19, 2020 at The Spanish Court Hotel, Kingston, St. Andrew, Jamaica. This Course has been approved for a maximum of 16 CME Credits.
The Masters of Medicine conference has assembled leaders from their respective medical fields from all over the world with the intension of sharing expertise and knowledge which includes practices and technology the region has never seen before.
We have enlisted an esteemed panel of speakers and international opinion leaders in Medicine and Society who have already confirmed their attendance and participation. Keynote Lectures will be delivered by Mark Anderson, MD. Ph.D., Chair of Medicine at Johns Hopkins and Osler Professor of Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University and Professor Sir Hilary Beckles, Vice Chancellor of the University of West Indies
Other confirmed speakers include Edward (Ed) Miller, MD, Cardiology Program Director at Yale University, Vic Ferrari, Chair of the Penn Imaging from University of Pennsylvania, Marie Crosbie, MD, PhD, University of Pennsylvania, Martha Gulati, MD, Chief of Cardiology at University of Arizona, Elizabeth Ofili, MD, Chief of Cardiology at Morehouse University, William (Bill) Novick, MD, Chairman of Novick Global Cardiac Alliance, Professor Michael Boyne, Head of Dept of Medicine at the University of West Indies and Chyke Doubeni, MD from Mayo Clinic among others.
Masters of Medicine 2020 will focus on advances in Medical Care and applications of those advances
in the care of patients in low resource nations through technology transfer and human capital development under the theme "Medicine and Society". The aim of the conference is to explore the intersectionality between society and medicine while exploring various structural, cultural and socioeconomic determinants that mitigate access to care in developing countries.
The Masters of Medicine conference offers a unique opportunity to continue exploring mechanisms to improve access, options and quality of care to all Jamaicans and strengthening mechanisms for development of appropriate and sustainable healthcare infrastructures, options and systems to position Jamaica as a preferred destination for health and medical tourism. We hope that you will join the robust attendance and participation from the medical community and civic society that is expected as we embark on a very consequential dialogue on the opportunities and future of healthcare and society.
Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
|Contact No. :||1 876 906-2105-219
January 06, 2020
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|Course Fee||16 Jan,2020||USD 399.00|