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Dec 17, 2018 - Apr 05, 2019 | CME 20.00 | Telluride, Colorado
AEI - The 2018-19 Medical-Dental-Legal Update is organized by American Educational Institute (AEI) and will be held weekly from Dec 17, 2018 - Apr 05, 2019 at Bear Creek Lodge At Mountain Village, Telluride, Colorado, United States of America. The target audience for this medical event is Physicians, Dentist and other Healthcare Professionals. This CME Conference has been approved for a maximum of 20 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits, 20 ABIM MOC, 16.75 AAFP Credits, 20 AOA Category 2-B Credits. Conference Description: You practice in a dynamic and challenging environment. While keeping clinically current is imperative, it isn't enough. You must also acquire the skills necessary to navigate a professional liability minefield, manage a more effective and efficient practice, and navigate a maze of healthcare laws and regulations. The 2018–19 Medical-Dental-Legal Update Update is designed to assist you in that endeavor. The course, offered weekly in 32 enviable destinations, is a unique, 20-hour survey of the intersection of medicine and law as well as selected clinical topics. Produced in state-of-the-art production studios with broadcast-grade, HD digital technology. Conference Objectives are: • Understand and avoid malpractice litigation. • Identify and reduce healthcare office risk. • Understand and start a direct patient care practice. • Protect professional and personal assets. • Utilize non-pharmacologic techniques for managing chronic stress. • Utilize a variety of clinically relevant but relatively unknown treatments. • Consult patients on the benefits of a longevity diet. • Utilize aspirin as a primary prevention agent for CVD, stroke and colon cancer. • Understand risks and benefits of cannabis and cannabinoids in pain management. • Understand and utilize common imaging modalities and techniques. • Identify and avoid legal and ethical pitfalls of treating unreasonable patients. • Implement new type 2 diabetes practice guidelines aimed at cardiovascular risk reduction. • Interpret chest X-rays for common clinical conditions. • Improve practice profitability through more efficient patient flow. • Reduce professional financial stress by better benefit planning. • Understand and reduce medication nonadherence. • Understand Alzheimer’s disease and better interact with afflicted patients. • Understand and manage malpractice litigation stress. • Incorporate the relationship between diabetes and oral health into patient care. Meetings Dates: Every Week, Monday - Friday 7:30 - 9:30 am. & 4:00 - 6:00 pm Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Feb 24 - Mar 01, 2019 | CME 20.00 | USD $1895 | Telluride, Colorado
American College of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons (ACOMS) & FACES 32nd Annual Winter Meeting is organized by American College of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons (ACOMS) and will be held during Feb 24 - Mar 01, 2019 at The Peaks Resort and Spa, Telluride, Colorado, United States of America. The target audience for this medical event is oral and maxillofacial surgeons, orthodontists, general practice dentists, and other interested medical and dental specialists. This CME Conference has been approved for a maximum of 20 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. COURSE OVERVIEW The program provides educational sessions and at least six hours of skiing daily. Each day features two lectures on diverse topics, including orthognathic surgery on growing children, virtual surgical planning, virtual navigation in implant dentistry, TMD management, craniofacial robotics, and latest advancements in the treatment of head and neck oncology. LEARNING OBJECTIVES • Review the basic principles of growth including the sequence and direction of growth in different areas of facial structures. • Explain how various facial types respond differently to corrective facial surgery. • Construct a rationale for justification of surgery on very young growing children. • Review the workflow for data collection with CBCT and optical scanner. • Describe the digital transfer of data and printing splints locally. • Explain the use of occlusal based and bone borne cutting guides to guide osteotomies. • Illustrate the management of segmental surgery in the absence of a splint. • Summarize the salient concepts of cleft orthognathic surgery. • Identify and evaluate inflammatory conditions of the maxillofacial skeleton in children • Review how virtual navigation works, interfaces with CB and CT scan, and can deliver precise surgical planning of dental implant cases without the use of rigid guides. • Discuss the future applications of virtual navigation in oral and maxillofacial surgery. • Discuss the etiology of the acute and chronic TMJ patient not requiring open arthroplasty. • Review new intra-articular medications along with a multidisciplinary approach for comprehensive treatment. • Explain the risks and benefits of open arthroplasty and total joint replacement. • Summarize and understand the contemporary care of the craniofacial surgery patient. • Summarize and understand key concepts related to the management of the patient presenting with a complex fracture. • Review key concepts in the management of patients with OSA. • Discuss the implications of surgical airway problems in patients with a syndromic diagnosis and the presence of cleft palate. • Describe an effective surgical method to facilitate stable, accelerated orthodontic tooth movement. • Discuss how to combine this method with orthognathic surgery to achieve accelerated but stable results. • Discuss changes in the demographics and etiology of oral, head and neck cancer and learn how this is changing approaches to treatment. • Explain how improved understanding of immune response to cancer has led to the development of novel immunotherapies, which have resulted in, for the first time, improved survival for patients with oral, head and neck cancer. Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.