As of 8 November 2014, the cut-off date for guaranteed reservations at the group rate for the 2014 AMSUS Annual Continuing Education Meeting has passed. The hotels will continue to honor the specially negotiated AMSUS rate on a space-available basis only. Please contact the hotels directly for reservation assistance and identify yourself as being part of the AMSUS group.
901 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20001
Contact: Ms. Azeb Argaw
Group Account Coordinator | Marriott Marquis Washington DC
Renaissance Washington, DC Downtown Hotel
999 Ninth Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001
BREAKING NEWS — SECOND JHOC COURSE ADDED — ONLY 30 SEATS AVAILABLE
THURSDAY, 4 DECEMBER – FRIDAY, 5 DECEMBER
For directions on course registration, please click here.
Wound Care Skills Labs
New this year, AMSUS and Federal Interdisciplinary Skin Integrity Group (FISIG) have collaborated with select exhibiting companies to support their own skills labs. Located directly in the back of the exhibit hall in a designated area, seven companies will have skills labs running concurrent with the exhibit hall hours. Be sure to stop by and participate in the different hands-on skills labs when you visit the exhibit hall.
Look for each supporting company’s objectives in the AMSUS Meeting Program.
This year AMSUS is introducing a (free) Mobile App for the meeting. Download it before the event so you’re ready to go. You’ll also have the opportunity to win prizes at the meeting once you install it.
The government isn’t funding my attendance/travel, why should I take part in the 2014 AMSUS Annual Continuing Education Meeting?
Ebola Sessions at AMSUS Annual Meeting:
- The USPHS Experience in West Africa
Wednesday, December 3, 7 a.m. – 8 a.m.
(tentative speaker, RADM Scott Giberson, Deputy Surgeon General USPHS)
- DoD Deployment to West Africa
Thursday, December 4, 7 a.m.-8 a.m.
The Military Medical Department Ebola Virus experience (speaker TBD)
- Global Health Track will feature a multi-agency panel discussion on Ebola in the U.S.
Friday December 5, 8:00 a.m.-9:45 a.m.
Presentations by renowned specialists and policy makers. Due to rapidly evolving responsibilities and events,
final speakers TBD (invited agencies include: DoD, CDC, DoS, DHS, USPHS)
Register for the meeting to hear the latest about this emerging global disease threat.
Additional Ebola education announcement from AHA & ACCME.