Search Criteria : Conferences in 2020
May 25 - 29, 2020 | CME : 20 | Sarasota, Florida
Critical Care And Pulmonary Medicine: A Comprehensive Review And Update Webinar is organized by American Medical Seminars (AMS), Inc. and will be held from May 25 - 29, 2020. This Course has been approved for a maximum of 20 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. All AMS 2019-2020 CME conferences are Live, Half-day, Commercial-Support Free and are approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Additional accreditation information available on our website. All of our medical meetings are clinically useful evidence/case-based, guideline-driven, Primary Care content that is immediately applicable to your practice. All of our CME conferences, both live and recorded, can be found at www.AmericanMedicalSeminars.com. AMS CME meetings are held in both Sarasota, FL and San Diego, CA, and are designed for Primary Care Practitioners in the specialties of Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Emergency Medicine, and even Specialists who would like practical and clinically relevant reviews and updates in Primary Care Medicine. Can’t attend our Live CME conferences? Check out our Self Study Travel CME courses on our website at www.AmericanMedicalSeminars.com. Narrative Description: Following this course, the participant should be able to assess the common presentation and patient complaints for the various pulmonary disorders described; implement a diagnostic work-up appropriate for each presented disorder, considering a practical and cost-effective approach; employ a cost-effective method of treatment, follow-up and long-term care when indicated. This activity is expected to improve competence in making an appropriate diagnosis and providing effective treatment and referral or follow-up care with the overall goal of improving patient outcomes. The emphasis will be on current guidelines and evidence-based medicine, as indicated within each topic’s specific objectives, with a focus on diagnosis, treatment and when to refer. Practitioners are expected to be competent in the fundamentals of many specialized areas of medicine and rely upon the specialist only when necessary. Since the specialty of Pulmonary and Critical Care are frequently encountered in many clinical settings to include EM, FP and IM, this course was designed as a review and update for health care providers at the level of a practicing physician. Day 1: COPD - Overview of Patient Management: Parts I & II. COPD is a common and important clinical entity. We will review the current status of its diagnosis and treatment. Evidence-based practice parameters will be reviewed. We will review the latest GOLD guidelines during this presentation. Upon completion of this session, the participant should be able to: GL COMP • Describe the pathophysiology of COPD. • Characterize the natural history and clinical features of COPD. • Outline the adverse health effects of cigarette smoking and present recommendations for helping patients “kick the habit”. • Utilize many aspects of outpatient management including long term oxygen therapy, pulmonary rehabilitation and pharmacologic treatment. We will present a treatment algorithm and discuss indications for specialist referral. • Assess surgical treatment options for emphysema. What’s New in Asthma: Parts I & II. This session will review the current status of asthma diagnosis and management based on the most recent recommendations from the GINA asthma guidelines. Upon completion of this session, the participant should be able to: GL COMP • Characterize the pathophysiology of this inflammatory disease. • Evaluate different ways of diagnosing asthma including identification of atypical presentations and understanding the various modalities used to diagnose asthma • Develop a stepwise approach to treatment of asthma using pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic means • Demonstrate the proper use of the various inhalers available in asthma • Discuss indications, patient selection, and identify possible complications from asthma biologics Day 2: “Nuts and Bolts” of Pulmonary Function Testing. We will review the “nuts and bolts” of pulmonary function testing in an easy to understand fashion with an emphasis on outpatient office spirometry. American Thoracic Society Guidelines will be referenced. Upon completion of this session, the participant should be able to: GL COMP • Identify the components of PFTs including spirometry, lung volumes and diffusion. • Characterize the indications for PFTs. • Describe when bronchodilator and bronchoprovocation studies are useful. • Develop a stepwise approach to PFT interpretation and be able to distinguish common patterns. • Recognize different patterns of upper airway obstruction. • A variety of actual PFTs will be presented for interpretation and review. Approach to the Patient with Chronic Cough. Cough is a very common outpatient problem, which can be difficult to manage. An evidence-based approach to diagnosis and treatment from the ACCP will be reviewed based on the American College of Chest Physicians Guidelines. Upon completion of this session, the participant should be able to: GL EBM COMP • Characterize the pathophysiology and clinical aspects of the most common etiologies of cough. • Specify pertinent features of a focused history and physical. • Develop an evidence- based and cost-effective approach to diagnosis and treatment. Disorders of Sleep - Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Others. Sleep apnea is a common disorder seen in general practice. Evidence-based practice parameters will be reviewed. Upon completion of this session, the participant should be able to: EBM COMP • Describe the epidemiology of obstructive sleep apnea. • Identify the clinical presentation and how to take a thorough “sleep history.” • Characterize the diagnostic work-up including overnight polysomnography, HST. • Differentiate treatment modalities including CPAP, dental appliances, surgery & others. • Assess obesity hypoventilation syndrome, central sleep apnea, Cheyne Stokes breathing, narcolepsy and periodic leg movements of sleep. Preoperative Pulmonary Assessment. The primary care provider is commonly asked to “clear” a patient with lung disease for surgery. Evidence-based practice parameters from the ACP will be reviewed, recent anesthesia society guidelines and special consideration to thoracic surgeries. Upon completion of this session, the participant should be able to: GL EBM COMP • Characterize the respiratory effects of anesthesia and surgery with emphasis on patients with at-risk complications. • Describe the perioperative risk factors associated with post-op pulmonary complications. • Identify the elements of appropriate preoperative evaluation including the role of spirometry. • Describe preoperative and post-operative measures that can minimize postoperative respiratory complications in at-risk patients. Day 3: Approach to Acid-Base Disturbances. Upon completion of this session, the participant should be able to: COMP • Identify primary metabolic and respiratory acid- base disturbances and their compensatory mechanisms. • Prepare a formal, stepwise approach to the interpretation of any acid-base problem. • Describe the differential diagnosis of the major simple and mixed acid-base disturbances. Several illustrative case studies will be discussed Acute Respiratory Failure and Mechanical Ventilation. We will provide a practical review of this exciting topic. We will cover the basics of mechanical ventilation and weaning. Evidence-based recommendations will be reviewed- we will also be referencing ARDS net study and the role of lung protective mechanical ventilation. Upon completion of this session, the participant should be able to: GL EBM COMP • Characterize the pathophysiology and differential diagnosis of acute hypoxemic and hypercapnic respiratory failure. • Identify the basic concepts of management for patients on mechanical ventilation. • Differentiate commonly used ventilator modes. We will also discuss the use of positive end expiratory pressure (PEEP). • Identify the indications for and complications of mechanical ventilation. • Characterize general principles and strategies for liberation from mechanical ventilation. Shock and Hemodynamic Monitoring. Shock is a common problem in the intensive care unit. Differentiating the type of shock is crucial in the management of the critically ill patient. Upon completion of this session, the participant should be able to: COMP • Define shock and describe the pathophysiology of the different types. • Appraise basic resuscitation techniques including volume replacement and the use of vasopressors/inotropes. • Describe the use and limitations of the different modalities of hemodynamic monitoring including point of care ultrasonography/echocardiography and pulse wave contour analysis. Community Acquired Pneumonia. We will review the diagnosis and treatment of this common disorder with emphasis on the most up-to-date evidence-based published guidelines. Upon completion of this session, the participant should be able to: GL EBM COMP • Differentiate patients with respect to severity of illness. • Develop a strategy to triage patients - outpatient therapy, hospitalize or ICU. • Characterize the different pathogens that commonly cause community-acquired pneumonia. • Identify the current status of diagnostic work-up including the use of cultures, gram stains, serology and bronchoscopy. We will emphasize a cost-effective approach. • Demonstrate how to properly use antibiotics for community-acquired pneumonia. Day 4: Lung Cancer for the Front-Line Provider Primary lung cancer remains a major cause of morbidity and mortality, hence the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ approval of coverage for Low Dose Chest CT for Lung Cancer Screening to catch this deadly disease at an early stage. The Primary Care Providers or the Hospitalists are often in the front lines dealing with the various presentations and complications of lung cancer itself or its therapies. Upon completion of this session, the participant should be able to: COMP • Discuss patient selection for lung cancer screening • Identify patient and nodule risk factors for lung cancer • Illustrate the basic clinical aspects of lung cancer including staging, natural history, and associated extrapulmonary syndromes. • Prescribe current treatment options for small cell and non-small cell lung cancer. • Discuss the differential diagnosis of a patient with lung cancer presenting in the emergency room with respiratory distress with appropriate referral specialist Critical Care Cases, Parts I & II. A variety of Critical Care cases will be presented with audience participation. X-rays and other diagnostic studies will be shown in an attempt to emphasize some of the common problems seen in the ICU. Cases will include a variety of pulmonary as well as non-pulmonary topics and evidence-based sources will be referenced. The session will be interactive. Upon completion of this session, the participant should be able to: EBM COMP • Formulate a differential diagnosis for common cases in the ICU • Discuss basic, evidence-based approach to the management of common cases in the ICU • Evaluate some of the controversies that underlie management decisions of common cases in the ICU Pulmonary Hypertension PH hypertension is a relatively under-diagnosed condition with high morbidity and mortality. In this session we will discuss early identification, diagnosis and referral for pulmonary hypertension. We will present ERS 2015 guidelines for the diagnosis and management of pulmonary hypertension as well as latest CHEST guideline update for PAH (Pulmonary arterial hypertension). Upon completion of this session the participant should be able to: GL COMP • Recognize early suspicion, evaluate patient population and prescribe a basic diagnostic workup for pulmonary hypertension. • Identify the major categories of pulmonary hypertension. • Recognize PAH and evaluate the newer drugs available for treatment. Day 5: Venous Thromboembolism. Venous thromboembolism is very common, often difficult to diagnose problem with devastating consequences if not treated promptly. Evidence based approaches to diagnosis and treatment of DVT and PE, including ACCP guidelines, will be presented. Upon completion of this session, the participant should be able to: GL EBM COMP • Describe the epidemiology, risk factors, & clinical presentation of PE & DVT. • Identify the role of DVT and PE prevention and current recommendations to accomplish it. • Formulate the diagnostic work-up including V/Q scanning, lower extremity studies, CT scanning, pulmonary angiography and others. • Develop treatment modalities including anticoagulation, thrombolysis & vena cava filters, with special consideration to catheter based thrombolysis. Pulmonary Cases for Review. A wide variety of cases will be discussed in order to review some of the important points outlined during the week. We will also present some new evidence-based information that was not formally covered in the previous sessions. Upon completion of this session, the participant should be able to: EBM COMP • Identify and properly evaluate a patient with occupational asthma. • Generate a differential diagnosis and treatment algorithm for a patient with chronic cough. • Recognize the causes and evaluation of a solitary pulmonary nodule. Interstitial Lung Disease. The focus of the discussion will be on sarcoidosis and idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis. These are two disorders a primary care provider should be familiar with. We will review the recent literature so that upon completion of this session, the participant should be able to: GL COMP Characterize the spectrum of interstitial lung disease. • Develop a basic understanding of the diagnostic work-up, which can include high resolution CT scanning and tissue biopsy. • Identify the clinical and radiographic manifestations of sarcoidosis. An overview of management will be provided. • Illustrate the typical presentation of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis as well as management issues. • We will present a variety of cases with x-rays, CT scans and pathology to illustrate important features. The discussion will focus on basic concepts and will include guidelines on specialist’s referral. Hemoptysis. A common, and occasionally life-threatening, emergency. Upon completion of this session, the participant should be able to: COMP • Determine the causes for hemoptysis. • Evaluate the severity of a bleeding episode. • Identify the diagnostic modalities available. • Prescribe acute basic therapy and evaluate indications for specialist referral.
May 25 - 26, 2020 | Innsbruck, Tyrol
AOTrauma Master Course Elbow with Practical Exercises on Anatomical Specimens is organized by AOTrauma and will be held from May 25 - 26, 2020 at Innsbruck, Tyrol, Austria. Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
May 25 - 28, 2020 | CE Credits : 48 | Santo Domingo, National District
Sinus Lift Live Patient Program is organized by Implant Training Center (ITC) Seminars and will be held from May 25 - 28, 2020 at Implant Training Center (ITC) Seminars, Santo Domingo, National District, Dominican Republic. Accreditation: This Seminar has been approved for a maximum of 48 CE Credits (ADA, AGD, Dental Board of California, Dental Board of Florida). Program Overview: This program is specifically designed to teach dental practitioners how to successfully approach and treat a wide range of advanced implant/bone grafting surgical procedures for 4 full days under our faculty supervision Upon Completion, You Will Be Able to: • Provide Diagnosis, Prognosis and Properly Sequenced Comprehensive Treatment Plans. • Apply the Recommended Guidelines for a Safe and Appropriate Dental Implant Placement. • Perform Advanced Surgical Implant Procedures (Sinus Lifts) With Maximum Confidence and Competency. • Perform Comprehensive Examinations, Collect Clinical Data, and Document the Patient’s Dental and Medical Condition. • Understand the Indications, Guidelines and Surgical Protocols for Sinus Bone Grafting: Lateral and Crestal Approach. • Perform Sinus Bone Grafting With Delayed and Simultaneous Implant Placement. • Understand the Anatomy, Biology and Wound Healing of Sinus Bone Grafting. • Recognize, Manage and Prevent Intraoperative and Postoperative Complications Associated With Sinus Bone Grafting Why Itc Seminars? • We teach only inside Universities and Dental Facilities. • Our patients are guaranteed to be 100% restored. • Our teaching ratio is 1:4 for optimum learning & dedication. • ITC Programs meet CE requirements by the ADA, AGD, Dental Board of California, and Dental ard of Florida.Dental Board of Florida. • We ensure scientific integrity and are free of commercial bias.
May 25 - 29, 2020 | Maui, Hawaii
This conference has been CANCELLED. Critical Care: The Team Approach is organized by Northwest Seminars and will be held from May 25 - 29, 2020 at Maui, Hawaii, United States of America. Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
May 25 - 26, 2020 | CEUs : 32 | ZAR R3200 | Johannesburg, Gauteng
Paediatric Advanced Life Support for Experienced Providers (PALS EP) Course is organized by Academy of Advanced Life Support and will be held from May 25 - 26, 2020 at Academy of Advanced Life Support, Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa. Target Audience: The Course is available to any healthcare professional who is registered as a Medical or Dental Practitioner, Intern, Junior Intern, Professional Nurse or Advanced Life Support Paramedic Although not mandatory, prior participation on an ACLS Course is recommended. CPD Accreditation: 32 Continuing Education Units, including 2 CEU's for Ethics. Course Structure: PALS is a practical, case-based Course that will enhance one's skills in the evaluation and management of an infant or child with respiratory compromise, circulatory compromise or cardiac arrest. Ideal performance is initially demonstrated via video and Instructor. Learning is facilitated by extensive hands-on practice, with each participant getting several opportunities to lead their team in simulated clinical scenarios, guided by positive and constructive feedback. Aims and Objectives: Candidates will be able to perform a systematic approach to the assessment of a seriously ill or injured child, recognize and manage a child in respiratory distress and failure, compensated and hypotensive shock. Participants will be able to recognize and manage a child with a life-threatening bradyarrhythmia, tachyarrhythmia or arrest rhythm, and prevent further deterioration during stabilization and transfer. Candidates will be able to perform effective respiratory management skills, including the use of oxygen delivery devices, ventilation and intubation, as well as the appropriate use of electrical therapy, including defibrillation and synchronized cardioversion, and IV access techniques including intra-osseous and fluid bolus administration.
May 25 - 29, 2020 | EUR €590 | Heidelberg, Baden-Wurttemberg
EMBL Course: Hands-on Flow Cytometry - Learning by Doing! is organized by European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) and will be held from May 25 - 29, 2020 at EMBL Advanced Training Centre, Heidelberg, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. Audience: The course is designed for researchers at any step of their career and will cover the subject from basic principles to complex assays. Prior basic working knowledge of Flow Cytometry, data acquisition or analysis software (DIVA + FlowJo) is of advantage, but not strictly a must. Course Overview: Flow Cytometry is one of the most powerful single cell analysis methods used throughout the life sciences and medicine. Utilising Flow Cytometry we can identify and quantify many different parameters from heterogeneous samples, analyse the corresponding state of proliferation or simply detect the expression of fluorescent reporters. In line with the suggestions from our course in 2017, we will significantly enhance the number of analysis sessions together with our partners from FlowJo. We will cover the theory of Flow Cytometry and corroborate this information intensively with the practical issues of the most frequent assays as part of our practical course curriculum. Modules/Resources: • In-depth principles of Flow Cytometry • Quality assessment and instrument validation • Analysis of cell cycle profiles in fixed and live cells • Proliferation and cell division assessment • Apoptosis assays • Tissue staining of cell surface and intracellular antigens • Principles and guidelines for experimental design, especially for multi-colour Flow Cytometry • Essential of gating and gating controls • Detailed multi-sessions on analysing data from Flow Cytometers in cooperation with FlowJo • Guidelines to prepare flow cytometry data for publication Learning Outcomes: Our goal for this course is to teach the basic of this technology with a very big emphasis on practical work at the instruments. Nothing is better than learning by doing. We have a great set of experienced trainers in this technology delivering lectures and accompanying you into the lab doing flow on your own. We will have support from FlowJo delivering the basics and some advanced features in multiple sessions. This in-depth five-day course will push your knowledge and skills preparing you for any flow projects ahead on your research path. Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
May 25 - 27, 2020 | CPD : 23 | Credits : 40 | USD $2950 | Gold coast, Queensland
Ultrasound in Rural Medicine Core - 3 Day Course is organized by Australian Institute of Ultrasound (AIU) and will be held from May 25 - 27, 2020 at Australian Institute of Ultrasound, Gold coast, Queensland, Australia. Accreditation: ASUM This course accredited for 23 Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours as complying with ACEM standards and policies for AAA, E-FAST, BELS (including cardiac arrest), Hepatobiliary, Renal Tract Ultrasound Detection and Pregnancy (1st trimester). ACRRM Approved for 30 PDP points; 30 points PRPD; 30 pts MOPS Radiology; 30 pts MOPS Emergency Medicine CICM Lectures – Category 2A, points per hour 1; Demonstrations – Category 2B, points per hour 2; Skills – Category 3B, points per hour 3 RACGP Activity Number: 142574, 40 Category 1 points. Specific Requirement Eligibility – Diagnostic radiology Grant Approved Training – 3 days under Emergency Medicine, Anaesthetics, Obstetrics and Surgery. Description: Limited time is the daily routine of a general practitioner. However, an informed use of point of care ultrasound can risk stratify many difficult decisions. Is this heart failure? Renal colic, cholecystitis or an abdominal aortic aneurysm? Pneumothorax? Should I refer this patient? All these questions can be answered at the bedside, with nothing more than a hand-held ultrasound. This three-day course provides a basic introduction to problem solving for these low risk-high stakes questions. This course targets important branch points in management decisions rather than a deep dive into any one system. Take these tools home, practise in your own environment, then work with us toward credentialing in those protocols that will have the highest yield in your job. Conference Objectives are : At the end of this course the attendees should be able to: • Identify the parameters of safe application of ultrasound and its limitations in medical diagnosis • Identify the physical principles, artefacts and the steps for image optimisation while performing ultrasound. • Practice “hands on” ultrasound scanning skills required to maximise diagnostic ability in answering relevant clinical questions • Recognise the sonographic appearances of normal and abnormal structures required to answer common clinical questions • Perform AAA, DVT, E-FAST, BELS, Biliary, Hydronephrosis and • Renal Calculi and Vascular Access ultrasound techniques • Acquire images obtained on normal adult volunteers & phantoms • Differentiate normal from abnormal proximal lower limb vein (thrombosis) • Interpret images from normal adult volunteers • Recognise the variants and abnormalities from presentations and case-based learning. • Document the ultrasound findings • Equip the learner with the foundation skills to begin to incorporate the ultrasound skills with the clinical situation to make appropriate management decisions Course Content: • Basic Physics principles • Abdominal aortic Aneurysm (AAA) • E-FAST protocol • Biliary • Renal hydronephrosis and calculi • Basic Echo in Life Support (BELS) • Vascular access Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
May 25 - 28, 2020 | CE Credits : 48 | Santo Domingo, National District
Dental Implant Live Patient Program is organized by Implant Training Center (ITC) Seminars and will be held from May 25 - 28, 2020 at Implant Training Center (ITC) Seminars, Santo Domingo, National District, Dominican Republic. Accreditation: This Seminar has been approved for a maximum of 48 CE Credits. Program Overview: This program is an exceptional opportunity to become skilled at dental implant placement and regenerative surgery; it is specifically designed to teach dental practitioners how to successfully approach and treat a wide range of dental implant cases on live patients under the constant supervision of professional Implantologists. At ITC Seminars’ international dental implant training facilities, participants will receive one-on-one training and perform the surgical procedures of their choice over a large patient selection. Don’t miss this exceptional opportunity to become skilled at dental implant placement and regenerative surgery. Learn how to successfully approach and treat a wide range of dental implant cases on Live Patients. Upon Completion, You Will Be Able to: • Provide Diagnosis, Prognosis and Properly Sequenced Comprehensive Treatment Plans. • Apply the Recommended Guidelines for a Safe and Appropriate Dental Implant Placement. • Perform Advanced Surgical Implant Procedures (Sinus Lifts) With Maximum Confidence and Competency. • Perform Comprehensive Examinations, Collect Clinical Data, and Document the Patient’s Dental and Medical Condition. Why Itc Seminars? • We teach only inside Universities and Dental Facilities. • Our patients are guaranteed to be 100% restored. • Our teaching ratio is 1:4 for optimum learning & dedication. • ITC Programs meet CE requirements by the ADA, AGD, Dental Board of California, and Dental ard of Florida.Dental Board of Florida. • We ensure scientific integrity and are free of commercial bias.
May 25 - 28, 2020 | CE Credits : 48 | Santo Domingo, National District
4-6 Full-Arch Implant Surgery with Immediate Loading Live Patient Program is organized by Implant Training Center (ITC) Seminars and will be held from May 25 - 28, 2020 at Implant Training Center (ITC) Seminars, Santo Domingo, National District, Dominican Republic. Accreditation: This Seminar has been approved for a maximum of 48 CE Credits (ADA, AGD, Dental Board of California, Dental Board of Florida). Program Overview: This program is specifically designed to teach dental practitioners how to successfully approach multiple full arch implant cases with immediate loading. For 4 full days, you will treat multiple All-on-4® and All-on-6® cases and deliver the final prostheses under our faculty supervision. This Program covers the treatment planning, surgical, prosthetic and laboratory phases of the full arch immediate load prostheses for edentulous patients and those with terminal dentition. Upon Completion, You Will Be Able to: • Apply the Recommended, Evidence-based Guidelines for a Safe and Appropriate Full-Arch Implant Surgery With Immediate Loading. • Learn How to Properly Place the Implants in the All-on-4® and All-on-6® Configuration. • Learn How to Take an Open Tray and Closed Tray Impressions for the All-on-4® and All-on-6® Prosthetic Solution. • Learn How to Do the Bite Registration. • Learn Prostheses Design. • Learn Biomechanics for the All-on-4® and All-on-6®. • Learn the All-on-4® and All-on-6® Occlusion. • Learn How to Fabricate Provisional and Permanent Prosthetic Options. • Learn How to Deal With Possible All-on-4® and All-on-6® Complications. • Learn Hygiene Requirement and Protocol for Long-term Success. • Provide Diagnosis, Prognosis and Properly Sequenced Comprehensive Treatment Plans. • Perform Comprehensive Examinations, Collect Clinical Data, and Document the Patient’s Dental And Medical Condition. Why Itc Seminars? • We Teach Only Inside Universities and Dental Facilities. • Our Patients Are Guaranteed to Be 100% Restored. • Our Teaching Ratio is 1:4 for Optimum Learning & Dedication. • ITC Programs meet CE requirements by the ADA, AGD, Dental Board of California, and Dental Board of Florida. • Ensure scientific integrity and are free of commercial bias.
May 25 - 27, 2020 | USD $3500 | San Diego, California
USA Aesthetic Medicine Training Certification Course - Step 2 is organized by American Board of Aesthetic Medicine (ABAM) and will be held from May 25 - 27, 2020 at San Diego - ABAM Regional Training Center, San Diego, California, United States of America. Description: Graduates of The American Board of Aesthetic Medicine (ABAM)’s Step 1 program or those who already have the basic skills in aesthetic medicine can participate in our Step 2 training. Participants will increase their knowledge in aesthetic medicine and acquire the newest and most up to date aesthetic techniques. Facial contouring using botox and dermal filler, and advanced laser and light therapy procedures will enable graduates of our Step 2 to take their skills in aesthetic medicine to the next Step. Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.