The government isn’t funding my attendance/travel, why should I take part in the 2014 AMSUS Annual Continuing Education Meeting?
There are multiple reasons.
Ebola Sessions at AMSUS Annual Meeting:
• The USPHS experience in West Africa (tentative speaker, RADM Scott Giberson, Deputy Surgeon General USPHS)
• DoD deployment to West Africa: the Military Medical Department Ebola Virus experience (speaker TBD)
• In addition, the Global Health Track will feature a multi-agency panel discussion on Ebola in the U.S. (invited agencies include: DoD, CDC, DoS, DHS, USPHS)
Register for the meeting to hear the latest about this emerging global disease threat directly from the people dealing with it in the field, as well as those responsible for national health policies.
Additional Ebola education announcement from AHA & ACCME.
Walter E. Washington Convention Center
2-5 December 2014-Washington, DC
New and Exciting Addition!
Lewis Hofmann, MD
Monday 1 December, 2014
Session A. 800 – 1200
Session B. 1300 – 1700
Quickly delivering rapid pain relief with minimal side effects can have great advantages in all clinical arenas. This practical, hands-on workshop is designed to teach a simple and highly effective protocol to reduce pain utilizing auricular acupuncture. Students will learn to place indwelling needles in 5 specific points on each ear and leave the course conﬁdent to immediately utilize this technique in their practice. Limited to 30 persons per course.