Search Criteria : Conferences in 2020
Mar 11, 2019 - Jun 19, 2020 | CPD Hours : 30 | GBP £1,000.00 | London, England
Pearls, Pitfalls and Professional Development for the Practitioner Group Course is organized by British Orthodontic Society (BOS) and will be held from Mar 11, 2019 - Jun 19, 2020 at British Orthodontic Society, London, England, United Kingdom. Accreditation: CPD 6 Hours Per day Course Dates: Monday 11 March 2019: Clinical records- Scanning, Photography and CBCT update. Informed consent and Decision making Tuesday 11 June 2019: Integrating Removable, Functional and Fixed appliances. Aligner Orthodontics Wednesday 16 October 2019: Bracket prescriptions and variations, Anchorage management, Ortho-Perio interface and wire bending Thursday 5 March 2020: Orthodontic trouble shooting. How to avoid pitfalls and strategies for coping when the unexpected occurs Friday June 19, 2020: Finishing, Retention, and Responsibility, quality assurance and audit Note: Pay £400 now and pay the balance of £600 by 6 September Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Sep 09, 2019 - Jun 08, 2020 | London, England
RCPsych Leadership & Management Fellow Scheme 2019/20 is organized by Royal College of Psychiatrists (RCPSYCH) and will be held from Sep 09, 2019 - Jun 08, 2020 at Royal College Of Psychiatrists, London, England, United Kingdom. Scheme Outline: The Leadership and Management Fellow Scheme will support the formation of a national network of emerging medical leaders and combines a bespoke, high impact leadership development training programme with an apprenticeship model. Fellows proactively engage in local leadership projects and are mentored by senior medical leaders within their organizations. Occurring in-program and utilizing special interest time over a 12 month period, the scheme is inclusive and open to all higher specialty trainees in any psychiatric sub-specialty. Fellows will be better equipped to lead their teams and better prepared and encouraged to pursue more advanced leadership roles in the future. Programme: Day 1: 9 September 2019 - The Evolving Leader Day 2: 10 September 2019 - Leading Teams Day 3: 2 December 2019 - Leadership Projects Day 4: 10 February 2020 - Systemic Leadership (1) Day 5: 11 February 2020 - Systemic Leadership (2) Day 6: 27 April 2020 - Group Supervision Day 7: 8 June 2020 - Celebrating Success and Looking Forward. Key features: • Designed specifically for psychiatrists • Expert and inspirational speakers from a diversity of backgrounds • Experiential workshops to raise self-awareness • Content shaped by Fellows reflecting your unique needs • Dedicated support to help you rethink and refocus your evolution as a leader • Develop a personalised portfolio of learning resources • An ideal platform for future leadership roles Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Nov 08, 2019 - Jun 20, 2020 | CE Credits : 56 | CAD $8,995.00 | Toronto, Ontario
Advanced Principles for Implantology – Toronto 2019-2020 is organized by The Institute for Dental Excellence (T.I.D.E.) at Toronto, Ontario, Canada. This CME Conference has been approved for a maximum of 56 CE credits. Course Dates: June 14-15, 2019 Module 1: Indirect & Direct Sinus Grafting Sept 20-21,2019 Module 2: Horizontal Bone Augmentation December 6-7, 2019 Module 3: Immediate Anterior & Posterior Implant Placements April 17-18, 2020 Module 4: (Live Patient) Description: Scientific research and technology progress have contributed to advancements in clinical procedures for implantology. As a result, dentists are able to regenerate the biological foundation for accurate implant placement and provide immediate same day provisionalization and occlusal loading. Considering this, the patients and dental practitioners can benefit from improved success rates with predictable clinical prognosis and outcomes. This advanced course is designed for experienced dentists in the field of implantology who are ready to elevate the next learning level. Main topics to be covered: • Digital solutions for diagnostics, CBCT interactive software implant and grafting planning, CAD/CAM applications in implantology • Immediate anterior implant placements with implantology provisionalization and loading • Immediate posterior implant placements • Surgical atraumatic flapless extractions of the non-restorable tooth • Indirect sinus grafting with simultaneous implant placements • Direct or lateral window sinus grafting with staged implant placements • Management of complications for indirect/ direct sinus grafting • Horizontal augmentations utilizing guided bone regenerations, ridge splitting and autogenous block grafting techniques • Advanced soft tissue management and grafting protocols • Applications of platelet rich fibrin and platelet rich plasma (PRF/ PRP) for augmentation • Management of complications in implantology; treatment options for peri-implantitis, retrieval of fractured implant prosthetic screws, removal of failed implants and management options for re-treatment protocols • Review of implant occlusion for various implant prosthesis • Management of parafunctional habits • Introduction of immediate full arch implant retained with immediate loading concepts Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Nov 12, 2019 - Jun 09, 2020 | USD $200.00 | Rochester, New York
A seven session monthly seminar - Topics in Psychotherapy: A series for collaborative learning is organized by Rochester Area Group Psychotherapy Society (RAGPS) and will be held Nov 12, 2019 - Jun 09, 2020 at Ann Betz, LCSW, Rochester, New York, United States of America. Description: 11/12/19: Overview of Modern Psychoanalysis Originally developed by Hyman Spotnitz to treat narcisstic disorders, Modern Psychoanalysis focuses on how unexpressed feelings effect the mind. We will discuss basic theoretical concepts and techniques while considering Modern Psychoanalysis as a treatment modality to use with our individual patients and groups in our practice. 12/10/19: Transference and Countertransference The experience of a patient redirecting their feelings about a significant other in their life towards us is imbedded in our daily work as therapists. We will explore the impact this therapeutic process has on both our patients and ourselves. We will discuss identifying transference and explore opportunities to work with this in the treatment. 01/14/20: Projection, projective identification, and enactment These three channels of communication convey information about our patients' emotional states through non-symbolic, unspoken expression of feelings, and are some of the most challenging concepts in analytically informed psychotherapy. We will expand our working knowledge and comfort with these ideas and explore how to attend to them in the treatment. 02/11/20: Treatment resistances Patients come to therapy with the hope of changing something in their lives. However, in all of us are forces that oppose the desire for change despite the powerful motivational element of one's lived misery. We will explore various resistances and how to work with them, as well as the resistances that are stimulated within us, as therapists, in the treatment. 04/14/20: Assessment for readiness for group The group therapist has a responsibility for the wellbeing of the individual patient as well as the wellbeing of the group. Group calls upon the individual to tap into different developmental skills than in individual treatment. We will consider the factors of readiness for a patient entering a newly forming or ongoing group. 05/12/20: Sharing the patient with other care providers One patient might be in individual, couples and/or group treatment simultaneously. We might be the only provider or we might share the patient with another therapist. We will consider how sharing the patient adds additional layers of complexity to the treatment. 06/09/20: Couples treatment and couples group Bringing partners together to work on unresolved conflict and stress in their relationships can at times seem like both a science and an art. We will look at couple's treatment from a Modern Psychoanalytic perspective and discuss the use of couple's group therapy.
Feb 07 - Jun 08, 2020 | CME : 11.5 | USD $425.00 | Sonoma, California
Pediatric Dermatology and Ophthalmology 2020 is organized by Stanford Center for Continuing Medical Education and will be held from Feb 07 - 08, 2020 at The Lodge at Sonoma Renaissance Resort & Spa, Sonoma, California, United States of America. This course has been approved for a maximum of 11.5 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Target Audience: • Dermatology • Family Medicine & Community Health • Ophthalmology • Pediatrics Course Overview: The overall goal of this CME course is to provide current clinical advances in pediatric dermatology and ophthalmology. The faculty will present a variety of topics in lectures and panels that will include, in part, such topics as: rashes, asthma, pediatric glaucoma, acne, drug related hypersensitivity, periocular hematomas, alopecia, genetic skin diseases, and many more relevant topics. This course is designed to provide pediatric and family medicine practitioners with increased knowledge and competence in these common and not-so-common conditions in pediatric dermatology and ophthalmology. Course Objectives: At the conclusion of this activity, participants should be able to: • Differentiate between several different rashes in infancy. • Develop a strategy to prevent blindness from glaucoma in the child. • Differentiate between genetic and bacterial skin diseases and develop a strategy to treat each. Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Feb 22 - Jun 21, 2020 | CE Hours : 88 | USD $9,200.00 | Los Angeles, California
Implant Dentistry Continuum Lectures, Hands-on & Cadaver Workshops is organized by Implant Seminars and will be held from Feb 22 - Jun 21, 2020 at Los Angeles, California, United States of America. Dates: • SESSION 1: February 22-23, 2020 • SESSION 2: March 21-22, 2020 • SESSION 3: April 18-19, 2020 • SESSION 4: June 20-21, 2020 CE Hours: 88 Description: Implant Dentistry Continuum™ offers a comprehensive implant training program, spread across 4 weekends, focused on equipping you with the clinical and technical foundation you need to add implant dentistry to your practice. What makes Continuum so unique and valuable is the way it combines in-depth lectures on all aspects of Implant Dentistry with hands-on workshops. Using specially designed surgical, soft tissue and prosthetic models (including a cadaver specimen) you will sharpen your skills under the watchful eyes of a caring faculty before you return to the office. SESSION 1 • Biology of Osseointegration. • Patient Evaluation for Dental Implants • Step-by-Step Treatment • Planning for Dental Implants • Review of Graft Materials • Review of Membrane Barriers • Socket Preservation • Techniques after Tooth • Extractions SESSION 2 • Soft Tissue Grafts and Soft Tissue Management • Suturing • Pig Jaw Workshop • Impression techniques • Abutment Selection and Preparation • Removable Prosthetic Options with Lecture SESSION 3 • Implant Placement from A-Z • Pharmacological Agents for Implant Surgeries • Selecting Implants, Motors, and Guides for Implant Surgeries • Cadaver Specimen Workshop SESSION 4 • How to Increase Implant Placement with a Marketing Plan • Improve Dental Implant Case Acceptance • Recruiting and Training Your Staff for Implant Dentistry • How to Avoid and Handle Implant Complications • Phlebotomy and PRP hands‑on workshop
Mar 14 - Jun 07, 2020 | CE Hours : 88 | USD $9,200.00 | Boston, Massachusetts
Implant Dentistry Continuum Lectures, Hands-on & Cadaver Workshops is organized by Implant Seminars and will be held from Mar 14 - Jun 07, 2020 at Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America. Dates: • SESSION 1: March 14-15, 2020 • SESSION 2: April 10-11, 2020 • SESSION 3: May 2-3, 2020 • SESSION 4: June 6-7, 2020 CE Hours: 88 Description: Implant Dentistry Continuum™ offers a comprehensive implant training program, spread across 4 weekends, focused on equipping you with the clinical and technical foundation you need to add implant dentistry to your practice. What makes Continuum so unique and valuable is the way it combines in-depth lectures on all aspects of Implant Dentistry with hands-on workshops. Using specially designed surgical, soft tissue and prosthetic models (including a cadaver specimen) you will sharpen your skills under the watchful eyes of a caring faculty before you return to the office. SESSION 1 • Biology of Osseointegration. • Patient Evaluation for Dental Implants • Step-by-Step Treatment • Planning for Dental Implants • Review of Graft Materials • Review of Membrane Barriers • Socket Preservation • Techniques after Tooth • Extractions SESSION 2 • Soft Tissue Grafts and Soft Tissue Management • Suturing • Pig Jaw Workshop • Impression techniques • Abutment Selection and Preparation • Removable Prosthetic Options with Lecture SESSION 3 • Implant Placement from A-Z • Pharmacological Agents for Implant Surgeries • Selecting Implants, Motors, and Guides for Implant Surgeries • Cadaver Specimen Workshop SESSION 4 • How to Increase Implant Placement with a Marketing Plan • Improve Dental Implant Case Acceptance • Recruiting and Training Your Staff for Implant Dentistry • How to Avoid and Handle Implant Complications • Phlebotomy and PRP hands‑on workshop
May 26 - Jun 04, 2020 | USD $1,245.00 | Barcelona, Catalonia
This conference has been POSTPONED. The revised dates will be updated soon after they are confirmed. 9-Night Western Mediterranean Cruise CME Away™ is organized by Sea Courses Inc and will be held from May 26 - Jun 04, 2020 at Celebrity Constellation, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. The target audience for this medical event is family physicians, specialists, and allied health care professionals. Course Description : 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. Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
May 29 - Jun 14, 2020 | CE Hours : 100 | USD $3,750.00 | San Antonio, Texas
IV Sedation Training Program for Dentists is organized by Conscious Sedation Consulting and will be held from May 29 - June 14, 2020 at Embassy Suites by Hilton San Antonio Airport, San Antonio, Texas, United States of America. Accreditation: Total CE credits will be approximately 100 hours. Description: Parenteral Sedation Dentistry We are providing IV dental sedation training for dentist nationally. This IV sedation dentistry course is a comprehensive “mini-residency” and includes a minimum of 60 hours of didactic / classroom education and direct participation in administering IV sedation to 20 – 30 clinical dental cases while being observed. Advanced training in airway management and medical emergencies included. This course is designed to prepare the dentist to incorporate intravenous sedation into the dental practice. Developed and presented in accordance with the American Dental Associations Guidelines for Teaching Pain Control and Sedation to Dentists and Dental Students 2016 and Practice Guidelines for Sedation by Non-anesthesia Providers by the American Society of Anesthesiology. Prerequisites The participant must hold a dental or medical degree, must be licensed to practice dentistry or medicine in a given state and have current malpractice insurance. Current BCLS certification must be obtained prior to the course. Please bring proof of malpractice insurance coverage to first meeting. Course Structure •The didactic portion of this course will consist of at least 60 hours of instruction, in the form of lecture, powerpoint presentations, demonstrations, and hands-on practice utilizing simulation and live participant volunteers. • In addition to 60 hours of didactic training participants will receive Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) certifications, along with intensive hands-on airway management training utilizing simulation and be able to demonstrate proficient ventilation with multiple airway devices. • Following completion of the introductory phase of the lecture/demonstration series, the participant will begin the clinical participation component at which time he/she will improve his/her IV sedation and venipuncture techniques. Anesthesia providers and sedation trained dentists will be supervising at all times. • Successful completion of a written exam will be required at the completion of the didactic and clinical portions of the program. • Assisting/Monitoring staff will be encouraged to attend portions of the training. Program is over 3 sessions as follows: #1 May 29, 30 & 31 (Didactic) # 2 June 5, 6 & 7 (Didactic) # 3 June 12, 13 & 14 (Clinical) Learning Objectives: • To prepare the dentist to incorporate safe IV sedation administration into practice • Properly access and obtain appropriate medical history and assessment of patients to determine the suitability of moderate sedation • Understand the regulations and requirements of state legislation / dental boards, to adhere to national standards and guidelines • To explain and understand agonist-antagonist effects and pharmacokinetic properties of commonly used sedative agents • To recognize and react to medical emergencies while providing leadership and direction to others involved in resuscitative efforts • Manage the airway using basic and advanced equipment and techniques • Effectively utilize monitoring, pharmaceuticals and rescue equipment
Nutrition 2020 is organized by American Society for Nutrition (ASN) and will be held from May 30 - Jun 02, 2020 at Washington State Convention Center, Seattle, Washington, United States of America. Description: At Nutrition 2020 over 3,500 of the top scientific researchers, practitioners, global and public health professionals, policymakers and advocacy leaders, industry, media, and other related professionals will assemble to elevate nutrition science and its practical implementation. Nutrition presents the latest and best nutrition research information. It will also provide the opportunity to bestow research, network with peers, know about the latest products and technology in the exhibit hall. Nutrition is an immersive experience shaping the great minds in nutrition science, superior research, interactive exhibits, technology, and endless opportunities for networking in a welcoming environment. Program Features • Scientific symposia and educational assemblies are organized regarding the following themes: ○ Cellular and Physiological Nutrition/ Metabolism ○ Clinical and Translational Nutrition ○ Global and Public Health Nutrition ○ Population Science ○ Food Science and Systems • Original research studies are presented in oral and poster sessions • From Research to Practice you can clinically track to review the latest science and practical applications that are used by the health care providers to gear up their career • Distinctive lectures and addresses are delivered by some of the most recognized persons in the field of nutrition • Invaluable networking opportunities Why should you attend? • Have access to the information provided by some exceptional delegates in nutrition science. This will help you be inspired and learn from the most influential leaders • Discover the latest scientific researches that selected for presentation through a comprehensive review process • Craft your own learning experience! As nutrition is flexible, it's customizable format will allow providing the freedom to pick sessions that matter most to you • Learn and play in a completely novel way with hands-on displays at our interactive exhibits • Discover and employ the latest, cutting-edge technologies • Network with peers and build connections Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.